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Sir Charles Kimber, 3rd Baronet


Sir Charles Dixon Kimber soccer designs for t shirts, 3rd Baronet (7 January 1912 – 10 April 2008) was one of the Kimber baronets.

Charles Dixon Kimber was born at Godstone, Surrey, on 7 January 1912. His father was Henry Dixon Kimber. He was educated at Eton College and Balliol College, Oxford, where he read history. He was at the debate at the Oxford Union in 1933 where the House resolved that it would not fight for King and Country. He was a conscientious objector during the Second World War during which he ran a market garden in Devon bpa free glass water bottles. He was secretary of the Labour Party in Totnes.

Kimber first married Ursula Bird, the daughter of a member of parliament with whom he had three sons. In 1950, he married Margaret Bonham and the couple had a son and a daughter. The couple divorced in the early 1960s lemon lime squeezer.

Kimber succeeded to the baronetcy in 1950. His father’s son by his first marriage was killed in the First World War.

Charles Dixon Kimber died on 10 April 2008. He was survived by two of his sons from his first marriage, and by his daughter from his second marriage juventus football shirt. His eldest son, Sir Timothy Roy Henry Kimber, succeeded to the baronetcy.


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