As we are notified, the Society records here those members who have passed away. The only source of information we have for these records is you, our members, so please do contact us if you have news of any fellow O.Cs who are no longer with us.  You can sort these records by clicking on any of the column headings below.

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Title Name Started Finished Date Of Death Obituary Email
Mr I.S. Aldridge 1954 1962 Unknown noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr J. Allcroft 1943 1950 11/12/2016 John had a long career, 38 years, working in the aircraft industry for De Havilland, renamed Hawker Sidley and eventually British Aerospace. He started as an apprentice and worked his way up to Chief Performance Engineer. noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr P. Allen 1927 1933 2017 Philip died peacefully at the age of 101 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr R H Asbury 1930 1936 2011 Passed away quietly in his sleep on 11th March aged 92 years. One of the really 'old' 7th, as P/L of the Woodpeckers & always carried his Scout Progress Card with him! He was a Tank Commander in the 8th Army during WWII.
Mr H.V. Badcock 1925 1930 Assumed noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr C.S. Ball 1945 1953 We are sad to pass on news of the death of Colin Ball, a staunch member of the OCS and long-time committee member . Colin rowed as a pupil of the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys, and was a member of the first school crew to win blades, in the town bumps in 1952. He went on to become the School Captain of Boats, and club Vice Captain. After school, Colin went into teaching and spent much of his career at St Bede's School, where he was a founding teacher in 1962 and was deputy head between 1970 and 1988. He had active involvement with the Church and Scouting as well as the Old Cantabrigian Society and was a kind, caring and witty man. He died on 6th May 2020 after a short stay in hospital. koljewel@hotmail.com
Dr J.C. Barham 1946 1954 Unknown Believed to have died in 201314. No further information available. noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
W/Cdr D G A Barham 1938 1945
Dr C.S. Barnard 1930 1938 4th March 2010 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr D.P. Barnard 1929 1933 27th January 2013 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr J.A. Barnes 1935 1941 4th July 2017
Mr R.L. Barnes 1939 1944 Unknown noreply@oldcantabrigianscoiety.org.uk
Mr P.C. Barton 1940 1946 15th September 2015 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr I R Beaton 1953 1960 2011 Robert was a retired veterinary surgeon and died in hospital in Manchester shortly after being diagnosed with multiple cancers.
Mr R Benstead 1935 1943 2012
Mr G.G. Benton 1938 1945 January 2015 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Mr P.A. Bilton 1953 1989 10th May 2016
Mr R.P. Bowyer 1934 1942 Unknown
Sir J.R.G. Bradfield 1935 1942 14th October 2014 Collapsed and died at the age of 89 in the Great Court of Trinity College. From the Cambridge News, Oct 14th 2014: "The founding father of the world-famous Cambridge Science Park, John Bradfield, has died aged 89. He collapsed last night (Ocrober 13th 2014) in the Great Court at Trinity College, his alma mater – on the way to a dinner for tenants of the park. Cambridge born and bred, Sir John came up with the idea of the huge business enterprise – the first of its kind in England – at the start of the 1970s. At the time, he was the bursar of Trinity College, which had owned most of the Science Park land off Milton Road since the mid 16th century. He proposed the scheme to the college in 1970, and building work started a few years later. Today, about 100 companies are based there, including some of Britain's top technology and pharmaceutical firms. As a child, Sir John went to the Cambridge and County High School for Boys, now Hills Road Sixth Form College. He took a scholarship entrance exam for Trinity, and went there in 1942 to study zoology, biology and physiology. After his degree, he took up research work, one of his studies looking at the strength of egg shells – using chickens loaned to him by his mother, and ferried to his lab from the family home in Oxford Road in a basket perched on his bike. Later he became junior bursar at the college, where he was responsible for many building and refurbishment projects, and then became its senior bursar. During his time in that role, he not only got the Science Park off the ground, but was also instrumental in the development of Trinity's land at Felixstowe, helping to turn it into Europe's biggest container port. Tributes have poured in for Sir John, who was knighted in 2006. Between 1993 and 1997, he was chairman of the Cambridge University Hospitals trust. Sir John was also a trustee of the hospital's charity for 14 years. In 1997 he became a founding trustee of the Fund for Addenbrooke's, now called the Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust. He retired as trustee in 2011. In 2008, Sir John won the Cambridge News Business Awards Lifetime Achievement award." noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
Prof C.P. Brand 1932 1940 4th November 2016 noreply@oldcantabrigiansociety.org.uk
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