William Francis Casey

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William Francis Casey
Born William Francis Casey
(1884-05-02)2 May 1884
Cape Town, Cape Colony
Died 20 April 1957(1957-04-20) (aged 72)
London, England
Education Trinity College, Dublin
Occupation Journalist and editor
Spouse(s) Amy Gertrude Pearson-Gee
Children None


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  • The Times (22 and 24 April 1957)

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Preceded by
Robert Barrington-Ward
Deputy Editor of The Times
1941–1948
Succeeded by
Donald Tyerman
Preceded by
Robert Barrington-Ward
Editor of The Times
1948 - 1952
Succeeded by
William Haley