Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative 1963 to 1964 Sir Alec Douglas-Home Born 2 July 1903, London Died 9 October 1995, Berwickshire Dates in office 1963 to 1964 Political party Conservative Sir Alec Douglas-Home only served as Prime Minister for 363 days but he oversaw the abolition of resale price maintenance and took a tough stance in dealing with the trade unions.
Home of Prime Minister Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home. Member of the House of Lords who gave up his peerage and went into the House of Commons. Not sure if he is our "Douglas" family. Pinned to check.
John F. Kennedy Stamps - Umm Al Qiwain, 1965 - Pres. Kennedy's funeral cortege leaving the White House; Mrs. Kennedy with children and Robert Kennedy following coffin; horse-drawn caisson; Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and Margaret Truman Daniels; Pres. Charles de Gaulle, Emperor Haile Selassie, Chancellor Ludwig Erhart, Sir Alec Douglas-Home and King Frederick IX; Kennedy's family on steps of St. Matthew's Cathedral; honor guard at tomb; and portrait of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
Sandra Howard (nee Paul), married Mr Howard in 1975 after meeting him at a Red Cross Ball. The Howards have a son Nicholas, 27, and a daughter, Larissa, 26 Mrs Howard also has a son, Sholto, from her first marriage to jazz pianist Robin Douglas-Home, the nephew of former Tory Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home, whom she married aged 18.Robin Douglas-Home killed himself three years after the pair divorced.Mrs Howard was later married to David Wynne-Morgan, a publicist.
This is the Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home, now the 15th Earl of Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday 2nd June 1953. As Sir Alec Douglas-Home he was conservative Prime Minister from October 1963 to October 1964. This chap had more names/titles than many criminals I have known, originally known as Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, then…