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Homer Banks

(1941—2003)


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Douglas-Home, David Alexander Cospatrick (born 1943), Chairman: Coutts & Co., 1999–2013; Coutts & Co. Ltd (formerly Coutts Bank von Ernst, then RBS Coutts Bank Ltd), 2004–15 (Director, 1999, Chairman, 2000, Coutts (Switzerland); Chairman, Bank von Ernst (Switzerland), 2003)

MOBBS, (Gerald) Nigel (1937 - 2005), Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, since 1997; Chairman: Slough Estates plc, 1976–2005; Bovis Homes Group, since 1996; Director, Barclays Bank PLC, 1979–2003

Partington, Edward (1836 - 1925), JP, DL Derbyshire; Director of the Manchester and Liverpool District Bank; Officer’s Cross of Order of Francis Joseph of Austria; presented a Convalescent Home to the Borough of Glossop; Freeman of the Borough of Glossop

COOK, James Allan (1858 - 1933), JP; Director since 1924 and General Manager, 1903–25, Scottish Union and National Insurance Company; Director of National Bank of Scotland, Ltd, and Home and Foreign Investment Trust, Ltd

CHAUVEL, Henry George (1865 - 1945), JP; Inspector-in-Chief Australian Home Guard; Hon. Col 9th (North Auckland) NZ Mounted Rifles, and 10th and 15th Australian Light Horse Regiments; a Director of the National Bank of Australasia and the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society and Chairman of the Australian Board of the General Accident, Fire, and Life Assurance Corporation

DUPRÉ, Maurice (1888 - 1941), PC (Canada) 1930; KC (Quebec) 1922, (Dominion) 1930; member legal firm of Dupré, Gagnon, de Billy, Prévost & Home, 80 St Peter Street, Quebec; Vice-President and Director, Clinic Hardware Co.; Director: Caisse d’Economie Bank, Canadian Industrial Alcohol, Aldermac Copper Corporatio-Limited, Francoeur Gold Mines

WALKER, James Thomas (1841 - 1923), JP (Queensland); FRCI; Fellow, Institute of Bankers, London; Senator of NSW in Commonwealth Parliament, 1901–13; Director of Bank, NSW (President, 1898–1901), Australian Mutual Provident Society (1887–1921), etc; Chairman, Women’s College Council, and Councillor, St Andrew’s College (both in University of Sydney); Chairman, Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital; Chairman, Finance Committee, Presbyterian Church, 1889–1919; Director of the Burnside Orphans’ Home; Trustee, Infants’ Home, Ashfield, since 1888; President of Australian Golf Club, 1903–19

Munro, Robert (1868 - 1955), a Lord-in-Waiting, 1940–45; Chairman: the Select Committee of the House of Lords on the prevention of road accidents; Chinese Bond-holders’ Committee appointed by Governor of Bank of England; Home Office Night Baking Committee, 1936; Executive Committee of the Child Guidance Council; National Council for Mental Hygiene; Scottish Office Committee on Grants to the Scottish Universities; Departmental Committee on Nursing (Scotland); President: Magna Carta Society; Sons of the Manse Society (London); Trustee of the Carnegie Trust; Vice-President: Building Societies Assoc.; Royal Scottish Corp.; Bournemouth Trustee Savings Bank; President of Bournemouth Association for Mental Health and Bournemouth Savings Committee

SCOTT, John Harley (died 1931), JP City and County of Cork; for many years Trustee Cork Savings Bank; senior Alderman of Cork; Harbour Commissioner; Trustee Royal Cork Sailors’ Home; Member of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland (the Irish Church Parliament) for past 40 years; Governor of Cork Eglinton Lunatic Asylum; Poor Law Guardian; Past President Cork Incorporated Chamber of Commerce and Shipping; Chairman of Scott, Harley and Co. Ltd; Trustee and Hon. Secretary Cork Fever Hospital for 40 years past; Trustee Skiddy’s Charity

 

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B. 2 August 1941, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, d. 3 April 2003, USA. A former member of the Soul Consolidators gospel group, in the late 50s Banks worked as a clerk ...

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