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Johnnie Cradock
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  1. Major John "Johnnie" Whitby Cradock, was a cook, writer and broadcaster and the fourth husband of television cook and writer Fanny Cradock

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  2. born on 17 May 1904 Lambeth, London, England

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  3. died on 30 January 1987 Basingstoke, Hampshire, England

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  4. attended Harrow School and served in the British Army, reaching the rank of Major in the Royal Artillery

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  5. best remembered as being the long-suffering stooge for his wife in their popular United Kingdom cooking programmes which were shown from the 1950s to the 1970s

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