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Examples of "bestall"
2001: Werner Schweizer, Jan Heijs, Darcus Howe, Cliff Bestall, Craig & Damon Foster.
Bestall played 427 league games for Town, only ever beaten by Keith Jobling and latterly John McDermott.
Bestall produced his last Rupert story on 22 July 1965. He retired from the "Daily Express" in July 1965, but continued creating annual publication covers until 1973.
Bestall died on 15 January 1986, aged 93, at Wern Manor Nursing Home in Porthmadog, Wales. He is buried in plot 100 of Brookwood Cemetery.
The artist who brought Rupert the Bear to life for a whole generation Alfred Bestall sketched out his cartoons from his home in Cranes Park, Surbiton Hill.
1999: Alexander J. Seiler, Richard Dindo, Thomas Imbach, Harriet Gavshon, Liz Fish, Cliff Bestall, Nicolaas Hofmeyer, Liza Key, Craig Matthew & Joëlle Chesselet.
In the 1949 King's Birthday Honours, Bestall was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire for services to art and music.
After the formation of the British Origami Society in 1967, Bestall took an active interest, including serving as its president for many years, until his death.
Bestall captained Grimsby to the 1933–34 Second Division title and back in to the First Division after two seasons in the Second. This helped Bestall to earn his only England cap aged 34 years, 226 days against Northern Ireland on 6 February 1935. He is the sixth oldest player to make his England debut and was the first Grimsby player to be capped by England.
John Roderick Bestall (born 25 February 1963) is a former field hockey player from Australia. He competed at both the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics, winning the silver medal with the Australian team in 1992.
He was appointed manager of Doncaster Rovers in August 1944 for the Wartime League, and was replaced by Jackie Bestall in March 1946 as Rovers prepared for the resumption the post war Football League in Division 3 North.
John Gilbert "Jackie" Bestall, (24 June 1900 – 11 April 1985) was an English international footballer, he also played top division football and captained Grimsby Town, and later managed Doncaster Rovers and Blackburn Rovers.
Three Grimsby Town players, forward Jackie Bestall, goalkeeper George Tweedy and defender Harry Betmead each received a solitary England cap during the period 1935–1937. They remain the only players from the club to have received full England honours.
Alfred Edmeades "Fred" Bestall, MBE (Mandalay, Burma, 14 December 1892 – 15 January 1986 in Porthmadog, Wales), wrote and illustrated "Rupert Bear" for the London "Daily Express", from 1935 to 1965.
Bestall also drew illustrations for the Whitcombe's Story Book, a form of children's reader published in Australasia by Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd. These books were undated; but Bestall's work appears in the 500 numbers, possibly published in the 1950s.
Neil Snowden, John Bestall, Craig Davies, David Bell (capt), Warren Birmingham, Treva King, Grant Mitton (sub Dean Evans), Colin Batch, Terry Walsh, Ric Charlesworth, Neil Hawgood (sub Peter Haselhurst)
In 1931 Herbert Tourtel died in a German sanatorium, and Mary herself retired four years later in 1935 after her eyesight and general health deteriorated, and the Rupert Bear strips were continued by a "Punch" illustrator, Alfred Bestall.
When Bestall retired he had numerous jobs in football, coaching at Birmingham City and chief scout, chief scout at Doncaster Rovers, managing Blackburn Rovers and two spells as manager of Doncaster.
Leonard Delabere Bestall (21 November 1895 – 22 March 1959) was a New Zealand architect, draper, museum director and benefactor. He was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on 21 November 1895.
In 1935, Bestall was selected to take over the "Daily Express"’s Rupert Bear stories from Mary Tourtel. Bestall improved the stories and plots of Rupert, but more importantly, he created the most beautifully crafted illustrations in the Rupert Bear annual publications. Much of the landscape in Rupert is inspired by the Snowdonia landscape of North Wales, notably around Beddgelert. He had first visited Beddgelert whilst holidaying with his parents at Trefriw in the Conwy valley in 1912 and 1913, where their holiday home was called 'Penlan'.