Sassoon

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Sassoon Baronets
... Two Sassoon baronetcies, both now extinct, were created in 1890 and 1909 respectively, for members of the Anglo-Indo-Iraqi and Indo-Iraqi branches of the Sassoon family of Baghdadi Jewish descent ... The Sassoon baronetcy, of Kensington Gore, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 22 March 1890 for the Anglo-Iraqi businessman Albert (formerly Abdullah) Sassoon, whose family ... The second baronet Sir Edward Sassoon represented Hythe as a Liberal Unionist Party Member of Parliament from May 1899 to his death in 1912 ...
Sassoon Docks - History
... on reclaimed land, by Albert Abdullah David Sassoon (1818–1896), son of David Sassoon, a Baghdadi Jew and the leader of the Jewish community in Bombay, belonging to the Sassoon family ...
Sassoon - Other Uses
... Sassoon (typeface) David Sassoon Library, in Mumbai, India Sassoon Docks, in Mumbai, India Sassoon Eskell (1860–1932), Iraqi statesman and financier Sassoon Road, in Hong Kong ...
Thornycroft Family
... connected by marriage to the historic Sassoon family ... Thornycroft (1843–1928) Theresa Thornycroft (1853–1947) Siegfried Sassoon (1886–1967) The Sassoon family Alfred Ezra Sassoon (1867–1895) ...
Max Plowman - Life To 1918
... of Rivers' two most celebrated patients, Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon ... In July 1918 Plowman gave a positive review in the Labour Leader to Siegfried Sassoon's anti-war poetry collection Counter-Attack ... It was in response to a request in a letter from Plowman that Sassoon campaigned for Philip Snowden in Blackburn, in the December 1918 General Election ...