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Ulitzer95 last won the day on May 8 2014

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    1919: George Boscawen, 9th Viscount Falmouth 1920: Nathaniel Fiennes, 21st Baron Saye and Sele Mar 1921: Elizabeth Sutherland, 24th Countess of Sutherland Jun 1921: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Feb 1924: Andrew Bruce, 11th Earl of Elgin May 1924: Malcolm Greenhill, 3rd Baron Greenhill Jul 1924: John Dodson, 3rd Baron Monk Bretton Sep 1924: Edmund Ironside, 2nd Baron Ironside 1925: John Christopher Loder, 3rd Baron Wakehurst 02 Mar 1926: Richard Dickinson, 2nd Baron Dickinson 31 Mar 1926: Michael Brudenell-Bruce, 8th Marquess of Ailesbury May 1926: David Ogilvy, 13th Earl of Airlie 16 Dec 1926: Robert Yerburgh, 2nd Baron Alvingham 27 Dec 1926: Michael Holland-Hibbert, 6th Viscount Knutsford Only wrote this to 1926 but these are the oldest living hereditary peers to have lost their seats in the House of Lords after the 1999 reforms. One or two will be familiar but largely a Who's Who of "Who?". Anyway, DDP gold as they'll all obit, and all turning 93+ next year.
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    World War II Veterans

    Good question. This site is a useful. Seems there were 2937 airmen altogether. 2342 were Brits. 595 were from other nations, so about 20% (if you click on a country it gives you a profile of each airman). Given that the fate of some is still unknown there is a chance that there may be more than 7 surviving Airmen out there but chances are becoming pretty slim now.
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    World War II Veterans

    And for the benefit of everyone who can't mind read, Flt Lt W. R. K. Hughes was one of the last surviving airmen of the Battle of Britain. Brings the number down to just seven. All guaranteed obits now I would think.
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    Political Frailty

    Report of death has now been retracted. Whoops.
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    Oldest Living State Leaders DP

    Turns out the Colombian Vice President prematurely announced his death on Twitter. In which case, he's still alive and I'll take him as my pick please!
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

    Randolph Hokanson died in October...
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    Passed-Punks & No-Wavers

    Why do you doubt it? Do you think he honestly looked like a picture of sound health? https://www.alamy.com/pete-shelley-of-the-buzzcocks-performing-at-weyfest-music-festival-image155148435.html
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    Interesting Ways To Die...

    Link doesn’t work for me. Just goes to their main site.
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    Terrorists & Topical Terrorist Targets

    It names him in the article. Abdul Blahblahblah. Not notable. Next!
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2019

    I tend to agree. Can see Carter getting another few years. I'd put a bet on about 96-98 territory. Though I wouldn't rule out Clinton dying from a sudden heart attack given his own poor slate of health and general appearance. He's 73 next year after all.
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    People Who Are Dead According To Wikipedia...

    Register a username on Wiki. Once you do that you can go to whatever pages you want and click on "add to watchlist". Then you can centrally view your watchlist and it will tell you when and where changes have been made. Really easy.
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    The 13th Death of 2018

    Leslie Phillips for an Xmas Day ding dong!
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    People Who Are Dead According To Wikipedia...

    According to edits in the last week... Hollywood actor Wright King dead at 95. Jazz musician Shep Shepherd dead at 101. Feminist Mildred Persinger dead at 100. Actress and widow of Leonard Rossiter, Gillian Raine dead at 90. Probably all true. And now we wait...
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    Finally confirmed

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