John Hadfield Net Worth
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$28’000’000. *This information was provided by Calypso, 49 years old. From Bradford, Illinois
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1,84m.*This information was provided by Shalom, 47 years old. Job: (Clerk, Telegraph Service). From Costilla, New Mexico.
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68kg.**This information was provided by Livy Shandy, 43 years old. From Adamant, Vermont.
63kg.***This information was provided by Carly, 33 years old. Job: (Salvage Engineer). From Whiting, Indiana.
John Hadfield information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1907-06-16
Death date: 1999-10-10
John Charles Heywood Hadfield, (June 16, 1907 – October 10, 1999) was a British author and publisher, best known for his novel Love on a Branch Line.Born in Birmingham, he moved to Suffolk just before the closure of the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway branch line from Haughley to Laxfield and it was this that is said to have inspired the novel Love on a Branch Line.After leaving school Hadfield worked as an editor at the publishing firm J. M. Dent in London. During the Second World War he was a Book Officer for the British Council and formed a unit translating books into Arabic. After the war he founded the Cupid Press, which specialised in limited-edition anthologies of verse. In 1957 he published A Book of Britain, an anthology of words and pictures covering 500 years of art, articles and poems celebrating the best of British culture.