Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose

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John Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose (12 July 1909 – 15 February 1995) was a British nobleman, politician, and newspaper proprietor.wikipedia
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Michael Berry, Baron Hartwell

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His younger brother was Michael Berry (1911–2001).
Berry followed his brother Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose, as Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of the Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers.

The Daily Telegraph

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Berry was Deputy Chairman of The Daily Telegraph 1939-87 and Vice Chairman of Amalgamated Press 1942-59.
On the death of his father in 1954, Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose assumed the chairmanship of the Daily Telegraph with his brother Michael Berry, Baron Hartwell as his editor-in-chief.

William Berry, 1st Viscount Camrose

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Berry was born in Surrey on 12 July 1909, the eldest son of William Berry, later first Viscount Camrose and first Baronet Berry of Hackwood Park, and Mary Agnes Berry, née Corns.
His sons Seymour, the 2nd Viscount, and subsequently Michael, continued to run the newspaper until 1986.

Viscount Camrose

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Berry was born in Surrey on 12 July 1909, the eldest son of William Berry, later first Viscount Camrose and first Baronet Berry of Hackwood Park, and Mary Agnes Berry, née Corns.

List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)

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On 10 March 1941, he was elected Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Hitchin in the [[List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)#37th Parliament .281935.E2.80.931945.29|by-election]] held after Sir Arnold Wilson was killed on active service.
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Hitchin (UK Parliament constituency)

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On 10 March 1941, he was elected Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Hitchin in the [[List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)#37th Parliament .281935.E2.80.931945.29|by-election]] held after Sir Arnold Wilson was killed on active service.

Prince Aly Khan

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Lady Camrose had twice been previously married, first to Loel Guinness, and secondly to Prince Aly Khan, son and heir apparent of Aga Khan III.
After the divorce, Princess Tajuddawlah became the longtime mistress and eventual wife of the newspaper magnate Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose.

Loel Guinness (politician)

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Lady Camrose had twice been previously married, first to Loel Guinness, and secondly to Prince Aly Khan, son and heir apparent of Aga Khan III.
Joan and Khan also divorced and the Prince later married Rita Hayworth, the actress, and Joan married the 2nd Viscount Camrose and died as the Dowager Viscountess Camrose, also known as Joan Berry, Viscountess Camrose.

John Yarde-Buller, 3rd Baron Churston

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At the age of seventy-six, and following a discreet friendship of more than thirty years, Lord Camrose married the Honourable Joan Yarde-Buller, daughter of Sir John Yarde-Buller, 3rd Baron Churston and Jessie Yarde-Buller (née Smither) Baroness Churston, then Jessie FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster, who was perhaps better known by her stage name Denise Orme.

Denise Orme

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At the age of seventy-six, and following a discreet friendship of more than thirty years, Lord Camrose married the Honourable Joan Yarde-Buller, daughter of Sir John Yarde-Buller, 3rd Baron Churston and Jessie Yarde-Buller (née Smither) Baroness Churston, then Jessie FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster, who was perhaps better known by her stage name Denise Orme.

Joan Yarde-Buller

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At the age of seventy-six, and following a discreet friendship of more than thirty years, Lord Camrose married the Honourable Joan Yarde-Buller, daughter of Sir John Yarde-Buller, 3rd Baron Churston and Jessie Yarde-Buller (née Smither) Baroness Churston, then Jessie FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster, who was perhaps better known by her stage name Denise Orme.
Joan Yarde-Buller married lastly Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose, a newspaper magnate, and died as the Dowager Viscountess Camrose, also known as Joan Berry, Viscountess Camrose.

United Kingdom

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John Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose (12 July 1909 – 15 February 1995) was a British nobleman, politician, and newspaper proprietor.

Surrey

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Berry was born in Surrey on 12 July 1909, the eldest son of William Berry, later first Viscount Camrose and first Baronet Berry of Hackwood Park, and Mary Agnes Berry, née Corns.

Berry baronets

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Berry was born in Surrey on 12 July 1909, the eldest son of William Berry, later first Viscount Camrose and first Baronet Berry of Hackwood Park, and Mary Agnes Berry, née Corns.

Eton College

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He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he was tutored by Sir Roy Harrod.

Christ Church, Oxford

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He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he was tutored by Sir Roy Harrod.

Roy Harrod

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He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he was tutored by Sir Roy Harrod.

Fleetway Publications

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Berry was Deputy Chairman of The Daily Telegraph 1939-87 and Vice Chairman of Amalgamated Press 1942-59.

Member of parliament

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On 10 March 1941, he was elected Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Hitchin in the [[List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)#37th Parliament .281935.E2.80.931945.29|by-election]] held after Sir Arnold Wilson was killed on active service.

Conservative Party (UK)

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On 10 March 1941, he was elected Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Hitchin in the [[List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)#37th Parliament .281935.E2.80.931945.29|by-election]] held after Sir Arnold Wilson was killed on active service.

Arnold Wilson

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On 10 March 1941, he was elected Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Hitchin in the [[List of United Kingdom by-elections (1931–1950)#37th Parliament .281935.E2.80.931945.29|by-election]] held after Sir Arnold Wilson was killed on active service.

Labour Party (UK)

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He held his seat until 1945, when it was won by Philip Asterley Jones (Labour).

City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders)

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Coterminously, he served in the City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders).

North African campaign

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He saw active service in North Africa and Italy, rose to the rank of Major, was mentioned in despatches, and was awarded the Territorial Efficiency Decoration (TD).