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Thread: Sir Jack Leslie, of Castle Leslie, has died at the age of 99

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    Default Sir Jack Leslie, of Castle Leslie, has died at the age of 99

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36073642

    A true gentleman, as anyone who was a guest at Castle Leslie, will know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36073642

    a true gentleman, as anyone who was a guest at castle leslie, will know.
    i heard of him out clubbing not so long ago, seen him talk about 1916, would have been his centenary this year too,its a pity he didnt make the 100

    rip jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
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    A true gentleman, as anyone who was a guest at Castle Leslie, will know.
    Fantastic character .never acted his age

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    Shit met the guy at a few weddings down there,used a sword to cut the cake, and looked like a wax work at breakfast next morning. Scary but seemed like nice old guy.
    " The only way to have a friend is to be one "

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    One of those larger-than-life characters that makes the world a better place. Castle Leslie was a fantastic experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidlifeCrisis View Post
    One of those larger-than-life characters that makes the world a better place. Castle Leslie was a fantastic experience.
    Paul McCartney thought so too, once

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
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    A true gentleman, as anyone who was a guest at Castle Leslie, will know.
    Soapy will be devastated. . . . Considering his age I'd say he was probably a good client of hers

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    some time back i was his taxi driver every fri & sat night it was disco night RIP SIR JACK

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    Quote Originally Posted by get20 View Post
    some time back i was his taxi driver every fri & sat night it was disco night RIP SIR JACK
    Are you sure that wasn't John Dumm.
    Some people have to have the last word,
    but they don't actually want you to stop talking,
    as they like the sound of their own voices too much.



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    Quote Originally Posted by amylove69 View Post
    Are you sure that wasn't John Dumm.
    He calls them discotheques. Oul Jack was more of a raver, went clubbing in Ibiza.
    RIP Sir Jack.

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