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WILLCOX, James Henry (1923 - 2013), Clerk of Public Bills, House of Commons, 1982–88

DOIG, David William Neal (born 1950), Clerk of Bills, House of Commons, 2006–08

DAVIE, Henry Augustus Ferguson- (1865 - 1946), late Principal Clerk, Public Bill Office, House of Commons

GRAHAM, Euan Douglas (1924 - 2007), Principal Clerk of Private Bills, House of Lords, 1961–84

MACKENZIE, Kenneth Roderick (1908 - 1991), Clerk of Public Bills, House of Commons, 1959–73

BARCLAY, Hugh Maben (1927 - 2012), Clerk of Public Bills, House of Commons, 1988–91

BIRLEY, Anthony Addison (1920 - 2006), Clerk of Public Bills, House of Commons, 1973–82, retired

GIBBONS, William Kenrick (1876 - 1957), late Principal Clerk of the Public Bill Office and Clerk of the Fees, House of Commons

GREY, John Egerton (born 1929), Clerk Assistant and Clerk of Public Bills, House of Lords, 1974–88

BURROWS, Henry Montagu (1899 - 1979), Royal Navy (retired); Clerk-Assistant of the Parliaments, House of Lords, 1961–63, retired (Reading-Clerk and Clerk of the Journals, 1959–61; Principal Clerk of Public Bills, 1950–59)

STOWE, Leonard (1837 - 1920), Clerk of Parliaments since 1889; Clerk of the Legislative Council since 1865; Examiner of Standing Orders relative to Private Bills since 1888

GIBBONS, William (1841 - 1930), late Principal Clerk, Public Bill Office, House of Commons; retired 1913, after 50 years’ service

SIMEON, Stephen (Louis) (1857 - 1937), Principal Clerk of Committees and Private Bills in the House of Commons, 1913–17, when he resigned

SOMERSET, John Henry William (1848 - 1928), late Principal Clerk of the Private Bill Office, House of Commons

STONOR, Edward Alexander (1867 - 1940), late Chief Clerk and Taxing Master of Private Bills, House of Lords; retired 1932; Secretary of Anti-Socialist and Anti-Communist Union

DAVIDSON, Colin Keppel (1895 - 1943), Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1938; Officer of Order of Nichan-Iftikhar (N Africa), 1922; Clerk of the House of Lords since 1919, Taxing Master, 1933–39; Principal Clerk of Committees and Private Bills since 1939

 

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Bill clerks assign numbers to all bills and resolutions, and they record in the journals any actions that the Senate and House take on that legislation. They also supervise the ...

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