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Thubron is an English family name.

Brigadier Gerald Ernest Thubron OBE, DSO was a senior officer in the English Army.

Colin Thubron President of the Royal Society of Literature

Colin Gerald Dryden Thubron, is a British travel writer and novelist.

Harry Thubron OBE was an English artist and art teacher. He made radical innovations in art education which are still controversial today.

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