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Fred Leamon In later life he worked as a security guard for the BBC, and it was while working in this capacity that he suffered a heart attack at St Paul's Cathedral during the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Despite attempts by a policeman to resuscitate him, he died on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral.
Leamon Hunt Leamon R. Hunt was a United States diplomat who became the first Director General of the international peacekeeping force, Multinational Force and Observers (MFO). He was assassinated by members the Red Brigades in 1984. Hunt was the first American official to be killed by terrorists in Italy since 1976.
Fred Leamon Frederick William 'Fred' Leamon (11 May 1919–29 July 1981) was a professional footballer, who played in The Football League for Newport County, Bristol Rovers and Brighton & Hove Albion, as well as an international bowls player.
John Leamon John Leamon (1804 – 1866) was an English-born merchant and politician in Newfoundland. He represented Port de Grave in the Newfoundland House of Assembly from 1859 to 1866 as a Conservative.
Leamon Green Leamon Green (born 1959) is an American visual artist who works in different types of media.
Leamon Hunt On February 15, 1984, at 6:45 p.m., Hunt arrived at his gated home in Rome. As he was waiting for the gate to open, three gunmen emerged from a Fiat 128 across the street and opened fire on Hunt's Alfa Romeo armored limousine with automatic weapons. While none of the rounds fired at the limousine penetrated, one gunman jumped on the trunk and fired into the upper edge of the rear window. One of the 7.65mm rounds broke through the rubber and metal window frame and struck Hunt in the skull. He was taken to a local hospital in Rome, where he died an hour later.
Fred Leamon Leamon was a Royal Marines commando and also played for non-League side Bath City before taking up football professionally. He joined Newport County in February 1946, and scored a remarkable 23 goals in 16 unofficial wartime matches for them. On the resumption of League football in the summer of 1946 he played just four games for Newport, scoring three times, before moving to Bristol Rovers. He scored 21 goals in 43 League games during a three-year spell with "The Pirates", and also scored four times in eleven games for Brighton & Hove Albion during the 1949–50 season. He then spent a year with non-League Chippenham Town before finally hanging up his boots in 1951.
Leamon King Leamon King (February 13, 1936 – May 23, 2001) was an American athlete who jointly held the world record for the 100-meter sprint for men from 1956 to 1960.
Leamon King He also jointly held the world 100 yard record with a time of 9.3 seconds.
Leamon King King, along with Murchison, Thane Baker, and Bobby Morrow, won a gold medal at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne in the 4x100 metre relay. He ran the second leg of the race.