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Cecil Holdsworth Clough

Cecil Holdsworth Clough, British history educator. Fellow in humanities Columbia University, New York City, 1959-1961; Served as officer Royal Air Force, 1949-1951. Guggenheim fellow, 1963-1964; Fellow Society Antiquaries, Royal History Society, Royal Society Arts; Member Church of England.

Background

  • Clough, Cecil Holdsworth was born on February 28, 1930 in Mossley, England. Son of Samuel Holdsworth and Florrie (Mather) Clough.

  • Education

    • 1 child, Matthew Holdsworth. Bachelor of Arts, Exeter College Oxford University, 1954, Master of Arts, 1958, Doctor of Philosophy, 1962.

    Career

    • Editor: Cultural Aspects, 1976. Chairman board governors St. Michael in the Hamlet Primary School, Liverpool, 1982-1988, member advisory board Past American, Inc. Served as officer Royal Air Force, 1949-1951.

    Works

    • Author: Machiavelli Researches, 1967. The Duchy of Urbino, 1981, Federigo da Montefeltno, 1985. Editor: Cultural Aspects, 1976.

      Profession, Vocation, 1982, Household and Parliament in 15th Century England. Board governors Chester College Higher Education, 1980-1990. Chairman board governors St. Michael in the Hamlet Primary School, Liverpool, 1982-1988, member advisory board Past American, Inc.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Conservative Party

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of England

    Membership

    Fellow in humanities Columbia University, New York City, 1959-1961. Served as officer Royal Air Force, 1949-1951. Guggenheim fellow, 1963-1964.

    Fellow Society Antiquaries, Royal History Society, Royal Society Arts. Member Church of England.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Anne James, August 22, 1970. 1 child, Matthew Holdsworth.
    • father: Samuel Holdsworth Clough
    • mother: Florrie (Mather) Clough
    • spouse: Margaret Anne James
    • child: Matthew Holdsworth Clough
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