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  1. 20/05/2020 · Jon Whiteley, who received an honorary juvenile Oscar for his performance in the 1953 British drama The Kidnappers, has died. He was 75. His death was announced by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford,...

  2. Dr Jon Whiteley. Emeritus Fellow, St Cross College. 1945 - 2020. The College is saddened to announce the death of Emeritus Fellow Dr Jon Whiteley. Dr Whiteley was a distinguished art historian who enjoyed a long career as Assistant Keeper in the Department of Western Art at the Ashmolean Museum, where he was mainly responsible for French ...

  3. 28/05/2020 · Born: February 19, 1945; Died: May 16, 2020. THREE years ago, at the urging of a visiting journalist, Jon Whiteley retrieved, the Oscar he had been received through the post one day in 1955, when...

  4. 20/05/2020 · Winning an Oscar was a feat child actor Jon Whitely had never dreamt of achieving. In fact, at that stage of his life, the Monymusk youngster was not even remotely aware of the prize or the...

  5. 19/05/2020 · ASHMOLEAN Museum staff have paid tribute to the former curator and art historian Dr Jon Whiteley, who has died. Dr Whiteley was a popular teacher at the Beaumont Street museum, and had been an ...

  6. 22/05/2020 · Jon Whiteley, who has died aged 75, was a highly distinguished and exceptionally revered museum curator, whose career in the world of art was preceded by an entirely unexpected backstory as an...

  7. John William Whiteley MBE (20 November 1930 – 13 February 2022) was an English professional rugby league footballer and coach. He played his entire club career with Hull FC making over 400 appearances between 1950 and 1965. He also represented Great Britain at international level, winning the Rugby League World Cup with the team in 1954 and 1960 .