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  1. Major John Strange Spencer-Churchill DSO TD (4 February 1880 – 23 February 1947), known as Jack Churchill, was the younger son of Lord Randolph Churchill and his wife Jennie, and the brother of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Sir Winston Churchill.

    • 23 February 1947 (aged 67)
    • Soldier, Businessman
    • British
    • John Strange Spencer-Churchill, 4 February 1880, Dublin, Ireland
  2. 10 de sept. de 2017 · John Strange Spencer Churchill (Jack) was born in Dublin on 4 February 1880, during the time his grandfather, the seventh Duke of Marlborough, was Viceroy of Ireland, and his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, was serving as his Private Secretary. The family lived there from December 1876 until April 1880.

  3. 27 de may. de 2017 · Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland. Death: February 23, 1947 (67) Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom (heart disease) Place of Burial: St Martin's Church, Bladon, near Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. Immediate Family: Son of Lord Randolph Henry Spencer-Churchill and Jeanette Porch.

    • February 4, 1880
    • February 23, 1947
  4. Major John Strange "Jack" Spencer-Churchill, DSO, TD (4 February 1880 – 23 February 1947) was the younger brother of former Prime Minister of United Kingdom Sir Winston Churchill. Lady Randolph's sisters believed that John's biological father was Evelyn Boscawen, 7th Viscount Falmouth. He was...

  5. John George Spencer-Churchill (31 May 1909 – 23 June 1992) was an English painter, sculptor, and stockbroker who was the nephew of Sir Winston Churchill. [1] Early life Spencer-Churchill was the son of John Strange Spencer-Churchill (1880–1947) and Lady Gwendoline Theresa Mary Bertie (1885–1941).

  6. Major John Strange Spencer-Churchill DSO TD (4 February 1880 – 23 February 1947), known as Jack Churchill, was the younger son of Lord Randolph Churchill and his wife Jennie, and the brother of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Sir Winston Churchill.