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A death

From: Sarah Staniforth <sarah.staniforth>
Date: Wednesday, June 30, 2004
It is with great sadness that I am passing on the news of the death
of Nigel Seeley.  His family have requested that following notice
should be posted.

    Nigel John Seeley, conservation scientist, was born in London on
    25 April 1942.  He received a BSc in chemistry and physics and a
    PhD in inorganic chemistry from Birkbeck College, University of
    London. He was a Senior Scientific Officer in the London
    Metropolitan Police Forensic Science  Laboratory 1969-73; Head
    of Department of Archaeological Conservation and Materials
    Science, London University (from 1986 University College London)
    1974-89; Surveyor of Conservation, National Trust 1989-99, Head
    of Conservation 1999-2002; Honorary Research Fellow, University
    College London 1992-2003; Professor, University College London,
    Centre for Sustainable Heritage, 2003-. Nigel died in London on
    21 June 2004 leaving his wife Mary-Ann Pulle (married 1972) and
    their three sons Alexander, Julian and Mark.

    An obituary was published in The Independent newspaper on
    Saturday 26 June 2004 <URL:

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Sarah Staniforth
Head Conservator
The National Trust
33 Sheep Street
Cirencester GL7 1RQ
+44 1285 884763

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:4
                  Distributed: Thursday, July 1, 2004
                        Message Id: cdl-18-4-001
Received on Wednesday, 30 June, 2004

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