BOOK LEAMINGTON SPA HOTELS

Featured Destination

September 2018: Starry Starry Night, Look You Dark Skies Tourism

What do the Brecon Beacons, NambiRand Reserve in Namibia, Mont Megantic in Quebec, and Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand have in common? At first glance ...More
More Uk destinations

Bernard Spilsbury
- Favourite Briton.

Born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Born on 16th of May 1877
Died on 17th of December 1947

Born 1877. Died 1947 - Pathologist.

More famous Britons here

1 Response to Bernard Spilsbury

From Steve Cherry on 20th August 2009
I have Sir Bernard Spilsbury on my family tree with his family, as many other Spilsburys. John Spilsbury (1739) born in Worcester was the inventor of the Jigsaw Puzzle, his brother Jonathan (1737) was a famous portrait painter who has painting in the National Portrait Gallery and his daughter Maria has paintings in the Tate. Another John Spilsbury on my tree born 1628, married Hannah Hall, daughter of John Hall and Susannah Shakespeare who was daughter of William Shakespeare. All these above plus many more are on my family tree which can be found on http.stevecherry.tribalpages.com Sir Bernard Spilsbury was born in 35 Bath Street, Leamington Spa at his fathers Chemist shop, there is still a Chemist shop on Bath Street which is near the Leamington Priors Parish Church, where the family attended, before moving to London, also it is where I go to ,also I maintain the website there. www.allsaintsleamington.org.uk

Contributors: Do you have a site related to Bernard Spilsbury?
Supply some content for this page and we will gladly add a link to your site. Email here.

5289 views since 21st January 2008

Brit Quote:
No ghost was ever seen by two pairs of eyes. - Thomas Carlyle
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Blore Heath - 1459, Chaplin Returns to England - 1952, 1st British woman News reader - 1955, BBC launches the world's first Ceefax teletext service. - 1974, Steve Redgrave wins 5th Olympic Gold Medal - 2000
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages