Refusal of Honour by Charles Ronald Driver

Alice Ankeny made this Freedom of Information request to Main Honours Advisory Committee

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Dear Main Honours Advisory Committee,

I would like to know if an individual named Charles Ronald Driver (b. 1921 - d. 2009) ever refused an honour offered to him in relation to his service during the Second World War. I would like to view any relevant documents.

Yours faithfully,

Alice Ankeny

FOI Team - Cabinet Office,





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Dear Ms Ankeny


Please see attached the reply to your request.




FOI Team

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B Jeffries left an annotation ()

This story fills gives the full history. Charles Ronald Driver was awarded the DFM but in later life threw it away. He is the father of the actress Minnie Driver according to this link