Anyway, I think the current system is passe and archaic and that the establishment should reconsider automatically awarding posthumous
knighthoods to people like John Lennon.
1981: John Lennon, who'd been shot dead in December 1980, had a posthumous
number one with Woman.
medals went to six individuals, among them civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner, who were slain in 1964 as they participated in a historic voter registration drive in Mississippi.
THE mum of fundraiser Stephen Sutton picked up his posthumous
honorary degree from Coventry University.
Jackson has two Cirque du Soleil shows, his music and his half of the Sony/ATV catalogue to thank for his posthumous
1959 Buddy Holly - It Doesn''t Matter Anymore WRITTEN by Paul Anka and recorded by Buddy Holly, this she song was a posthumous
hit in 1959 shortly after Buddy Holly was killed in a plane crash in February that year.
Here to Party,' sold 150,000 copies in its first week, while Henrix's posthumous
album, 'People, Hell and Angels,' placed second with 72,000 copies, OnTheRedCarpet.
Amy Winehouse's dad attended the BRIT awards in honour of his daughter, who was nominated for her posthumous
album Lioness: Hidden Treasures.
But he was the first actor to receive a posthumous
It was then that she chanced upon a unique procedure called the Posthumous
Sperm Retrieval ( PSR).
THE family of tragic Bee Gee Robin Gibb want him given a posthumous
LAWYERS have launched a campaign to gain a posthumous
pardon for a working-class hero, who was executed nearly 170 years ago.
gives a pocket the weight of syllogism: no posthumous
event can affect
Corporal Lee Brownson, from Bishop Auckland, who died in a blast from an improvised explosive device near Sangin in January, was awarded a posthumous
Conspicuous Gallantry Cross.
Literary afterlife; the posthumous
continuations of 325 authors' fictional characters.