Martin Furnival Jones
|Sir Martin Furnival Jones|
|Rank||Director-General of MI5|
Knight Bachelor (1967)
|Born||7 May 1912
|Died||1 March 1997
|Occupation||Intelligence officer, Solicitor|
|Alma mater||Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge|
A well-liked member of the community in the Hampstead Garden Suburb where he lived, Jones was a tennis player and bird watcher and loved to perform in amateur theatre in both the local groups; the Play and Pageant Union and Speedwell Players. It was during a production of I Remember Mama that he first met his wife, Margaret.
- "No. 41089". The London Gazette. 13 June 1957. p. 3378.
- "No. 44326". The London Gazette. 10 June 1967. p. 6269.
- Obituary: Sir Martin Furnival Jones New York Times, 16 March 1997
- The Defence of the Realm, by Christopher Andrew, Page 330, Published by Allen Lane, 2009, ISBN 978-0-7139-9885-6
- Andrew, Page 853
- Nora Packer, writing in Garden Suburb Theatre newsletter edition 47, May 1997
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