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The world is a poorer place for the loss of my intelligent, thoughtful, kind and generous "Uncle David", aka Lord Silsoe QC. The notice reads:

SILSOE David, died aged 75 after a short illness, borne with exemplary fortitude, on 31st December 2005, much loved husband of Bridget, and father of Amy and Simon. Funeral at All Saints , Rotherfield Peppard, near Reading, at 11.30am on Wednesday 11th January. No flowers, please, but donations may be sent to Cancer Research UK, Freepost, NAT 16919, Sheffield S98 IXL. www.cancerresearch.org

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(People): David Silsoe death notice in the Court and Social Register of The Times of London 20060105 p65 mono 2 DHD.tif
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ThumbnailDavid Silsoe at home doing the crossword 1 ANON.jpg (People)

  • david silsoe = David Malcolm Trustram Eve, Lord Silsoe QC, 2nd Baron Silsoe

At Neals Farm with him doing the Times crossword, Chambers Dictionary to hand, taken by his son Simon a few years before David's death.

ThumbnailDavid Silsoe obituary 24 January 2006 The Times Online extract screenshot 1 DHD.png (People)

  • david silsoe = David Malcolm Trustram Eve, Lord Silsoe QC, 2nd Baron Silsoe

This appeared in the online edition of The Times of London:

Silk prized for his skill in handling controversial planning cases

ONE OF the country's top planning silks, David Trustram Eve appeared at numerous important development inquiries. These included the Windscale inquiry into the Thorp reprocessing plant in 1977 and the Heathrow fifth terminal inquiry, which ran from 1995 until 1999.

Trustram Eve's skill in handling complex, controversial issues was greatly valued by the advocates of nuclear power projects and airport expansion schemes. He also played a prominent role in the inquiries into the proposed nuclear power stations Sizewell B and Hinkley Point C, the fourth terminal at Heathrow and the north terminal at Gatwick.


See also online in USENET's alt.talk.royalty (Google Groups), and uk.people.dead, alt.obituaries (www.archivum.info) c/o Michael Rhodes.


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