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Winston Churchill death

Winston Churchill Death Age

Winston Churchill Was 90 years 1 months 25 days when he passed away

Winston Churchill Cause of Death

Winston Churchill Died Of Stroke

OccupationFormer Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Date of Birth30-Nov-1874
Date of Death24-Jan-65

Winston Churchill Funeral Information


Winston Churchill Date Of Funeral

The funeral of Winston Churchill was held on the 1/30/1965

Was Winston Churchill Buried or Cremated?

He was Buried

What Song Was Played At the Funeral

"The Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Julia Ward Howe was sang at Winston Churchills Funeral was sang at Winston Churchill’s Funeral


Winston Churchill Grave


Where is Winston Churchill Buried?

The Parish Church of Saint Martin Bladon, Bladon, United Kingdom

Can You Visit The Grave?

Yes


Winston Churchill Last Photo


Winston Churchill Last Photo

What were Winston Churchill Last Words?

The alledged last words that Winston Churchill said were "I'm bored with it all" were Winston Churchills last words

When Did Winston Churchill Die?

24-Jan-65

How old was Winston Churchill when passed away?

Winston Churchill Was 90 years 1 months 25 days when he passed away

When Was Winston Churchill’s Funeral

1/30/1965

What Song Was Played At Winston Churchill’s Funeral

"The Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Julia Ward Howe was sang at Winston Churchills Funeral

Where is Winston Churchill Buried?

Winston Churchill is buried at The Parish Church of Saint Martin Bladon, Bladon, United Kingdom

What were Winston Churchill Last Words?

The alledged last words that Winston Churchill said were "I'm bored with it all" were Winston Churchills last words

Did Queen Elizabeth like Winston Churchill?

Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed an enduring friendship with Winston Churchill. The Queen once wrote Winston a handwritten letter when he retired.

Why did Churchill leave office?

He was voted out in a general election but in the General Election of 1951 after Labour was defeated, Churchill became Prime Minister for a second time. He continued to lead Britain but was to suffer from health problems which led him to resign in April 1955.