Charles Purcell Cecil (1893–1944) was a US Navy Admiral who was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions at the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands on 26 October In November 1942, Rear Admiral Cecil assumed command of the . On 6 July he was awarded a Bronze Star Medal and a Gold Star in lieu of a second Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism in action against Japanese forces in the Solomon Islands.
(born 5 July on the island of Tahiti, son of Charles G Stevens – died 27 March 1909, Kensington ) was the lieutenant governor of the province of Bengal, representing the British Raj in India. He is credited for having supervised the foundation of the Sidrapong Hydel Power Station, the first of its kind in Asia.
(1931 – April 22, 1980) was a Liberian political figure who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under President William Tolbert from until the coup d'état by Samuel Doe on April 12, Along with other members of Tolbert's Cabinet, he was promptly put on trial and executed by firing squad ten days after the coup.