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Sir Geofroy William Tory KCMG (31 July 1912 – 18 July 2012) was a British diplomat. Tory, the son of William Frank Tory and Edith Wreghitt, was educated at King Edward VII School, Sheffield and Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he took a Double First in French and German and was a contemporary of Donald Maclean. He joined the Dominions Office in 1935, and served as the Private Secretary to Sir Edward Harding, Permanent Under-Secretaries of State for Dominion Affairs, during 1938–39.

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  • Sir Geofroy William Tory KCMG (31 July 1912 – 18 July 2012) was a British diplomat. Tory, the son of William Frank Tory and Edith Wreghitt, was educated at King Edward VII School, Sheffield and Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he took a Double First in French and German and was a contemporary of Donald Maclean. He joined the Dominions Office in 1935, and served as the Private Secretary to Sir Edward Harding, Permanent Under-Secretaries of State for Dominion Affairs, during 1938–39.
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  • Sir Geofroy William Tory KCMG (31 July 1912 – 18 July 2012) was a British diplomat. Tory, the son of William Frank Tory and Edith Wreghitt, was educated at King Edward VII School, Sheffield and Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he took a Double First in French and German and was a contemporary of Donald Maclean. He joined the Dominions Office in 1935, and served as the Private Secretary to Sir Edward Harding, Permanent Under-Secretaries of State for Dominion Affairs, during 1938–39. In 1957, Tory was appointed as the first British High Commissioner to Malaysia, serving there until 1963. Between 1964 and 1967 he was the British Ambassador to Ireland, before serving as the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Malta between 1967 and 1970. In retirement he settled in Ireland. Tory was appointed CMG in 1956 and KCMG in 1958. He was appointed honorary Commander of the Order of the Defender of the Realm of Malaysia in 1963.
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