A. P. Herbert

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Herbert, A. P.

(Sir Alan Patrick Herbert), 1890–1971, English author and member of Parliament. He was a regular contributor to the comic magazine Punch from 1910 until his death. Herbert served in Parliament from 1935 until 1950 as a representative for the Univ. of Oxford and was largely responsible for the bill (1937) liberalizing English divorce law. His numerous books include The House by the River (1921), The Water Gipsies (1930), and The Singing Swan (1968). He was knighted in 1945.

Bibliography

See his autobiography A. P. H.: His Life and Times (1970).

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Loving wife of the late Alan Herbert, precious mum of Colin, Kevin, Andrew and Carol, dear mother in law of Julie, Valerie and Paul, proud Nanna of Zoe, Lauren, Aaron, Kristian, Kiernan and Kerrie.
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He had been one of those who came forward when there was a project to set up a community facility in the Riverside area of the city, said Alan Herbert of the charity Communities First.
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Hugh and Alice had three children; Alan Herbert Hughes, Alice Hughes and Gladys Hughes and all lived in the South Shields or Newcastle upon Tyne area.
Dean travelled on a fake passport under the name of Alan Herbert Rose, and arrived in India in early 1977.
On Saturday April 14 it hosts an Evening of Popular Irish and Country Music featuring Shaun Michael and Alan Herbert with the Charlie Landsborough Band.
Despite this decision, it remains to be seen what the overall impact will be in Wales says Alan Herbert, managing director at National Britannia's health and safety division.
According to Shooting Times, Puckeridge Hunt Supporters' Club chairman Alan Herbert bashfully admitted: "I'm not supposed to be out in tweed or green.