Nicholas Nuttall
British peer and businessman
Nicholas Nuttall
Sir Nicholas Keith Lillington Nuttall, 3rd Baronet was the heir to the Edmund Nuttall construction and civil engineering business. He also inherited the Nuttall baronetcy on his father's death in 1941, when he was eight years old. After a career in the British Army, he sold the family company in 1978 and emigrated to the Bahamas, where he become involved in marine conservation.
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2007
    Age 73
    Died in 2007.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1978
    Age 44
    The company was bought by Hollandsche Beton Groep (later HBG), a Dutch group, in 1978, and he emigrated shortly afterwards with his third wife, Miranda, moving to Lyford Cay, near Nassau, Bahamas, on New Providence there, although he kept a house in Chelsea.
    More Details Hide Details He became involved in marine conservation and founded the Bahamas Reef Environmental Educational Foundation (BREEF), almost single-handedly transforming local attitudes to maritime conservation. The Nassau Guardian lauded him after his death as a "prominent local environmentalist... at the forefront of a number of important marine conservation initiatives and environmental causes". Nuttall married four times. He died of lung cancer. He was succeeded in the baronetcy by Harry, his son from his first marriage.
    After a career in the British Army, he sold the family company in 1978 and emigrated to the Bahamas, where he become involved in marine conservation.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1968
    Age 34
    He resigned his commission in 1968, on the death of his mother, to take over the family firm.
    More Details Hide Details He held a party at Lowesby Hall in 1959, to celebrate the restoration of a painted ceiling by Antonio Verrio, and held a dance in tents at Lowesby in 1976, shortly before it was sold, emulating a party held by the Shah of Iran in the desert in 1972. Nuttall supported the Labour government's Channel Tunnel project in the 1970s. The company was later involved in the construction of High Speed 1.
  • 1966
    Age 32
    By 1966, he was a major, in command of the Guards Independent Parachute Regiment.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1958
    Age 24
    On his own horse, Stalbridge Park, he won the Grand Military Gold Cup at Sandown Park in 1958, came second in 1959, then third in 1960, won again in 1961, and came second another time in 1962.
    More Details Hide Details He served in Cyprus during the Cyprus Emergency.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1941
    Age 7
    He also inherited the Nuttall baronetcy on his father's death in 1941, when he was eight years old.
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  • 1933
    Born
    Born in 1933.
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