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DIED IN ROME

It is announced from Rome that Joseph Francis Radcliffe, second son of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, of Ruddington Park, near Harrogate, and Irish delegate to the International Institute of Agriculture, died there on Thursday last, March 14, Mr Radcliffe, who has been a Gentleman-in-waiting to His Holiness since 1927, *as born in 1891 and was educated at Downside.

He served throughout the Great War, in which he was wounded, and was an official member of the Anglo-Italian Committee of the Imperial War Graves Commission.

Published by the NEW CATHOLIC HERALD. LTD., at 67, Fleet Street, London. E.C.4, and printed in Great Britain by the BRIGHTON HERALD, LTD„ at Pavilion Buildings, Brighton

Thursday, March 21, 1940.




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