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boys' companies


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Boys' companies

boys' companies

GARRETT, Richard Anthony (born 1918), company director; Chairman, National Association of Boys’ Clubs, 1980–87, retired

Monck, Henry Wyndham Stanley (1905 - 1982), JP; DL, formerly Company Director; Vice-Chairman, National Association of Boys’ Clubs, 1938–78

The Caroline Hall Companies: Queen Henrietta’s Men, 1626–1642, King’s Revels, 1629–1637, and Beeston’s Boys, 1637–1642

BUNBURY, Evelyn James (1888 - 1965), Knight of Malta; Director, Agricultural Mortgage Corp., Ltd; Chairman, National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd (London Board); director of companies; Member, Agricultural Marketing Facilities Committees for England and Great Britain; Lieut City of London; Treasurer Gordon Boys School

BAINBRIDGE, Emerson (1845 - 1911), MIME, JP for Derbyshire and Ross-shire; consulting mining engineer to colliery proprietor; Director of Sheffield District Railway; Chairman of Mansfield Railway Company, etc.; member of Committee of Sheffield Boys’ Working Home, of Children’s Hospital, of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

WARR, Charles Laing (1892 - 1969), Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland and Dean of the Order of the Thistle since 1926; Chaplain to the Queen since 1952 (to King George V, 1926–36, to King Edward VIII, 1936, to King George VI, 1936–52); Chaplain to HM Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers) since 1937; Sub-Prelate of Order of St John of Jerusalem since 1947 (Chaplain since 1942); Hon. Member of Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 1951; Chaplain: Royal Scottish Academy; Convention of Royal Burghs of Scotland; Royal Highland and Agricultura. Soc.; Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; Merchant Company of Edinburgh; Pres., Eglise Protestante Française d’Edinburgh; Mercahnt Company of Edinbourg; Hon. President Scottish Association of Boys’ Clubs; Vice-President Scot. Nat. Inst. for War Blinded, Roy. Scot. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Scottish Church Soc., and Trin. Coll. of Music London; Vice-Patron, ATS and WRAC Benevolent Funds; Hon. Governor Glasgow Academy

LEIGH-WOOD, James (died 1949), a Governor of Christ’s Hospital; Vice-President Royal Empire Society; Chairman British Empire Games Federation; Vice-Pres. Boy Scouts Association; Vice-President, Gordon Boys School; Governor, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Knight of Grace of Order of St John of Jerusalem; one of HM Lieutenants for the City of London; a liveryman of the Goldsmiths’ Company; South African War (despatches twice, Queen’s medal, CMG); European War, General Staff, War Office, 1916–19 (despatches, KBE, CB, Commander of Order of Leopold II)

HANNON, Patrick Joseph Henry (1874 - 1963), Vice-President, Commonwealth-Industries Association and of Federation British Industries; Deputy Chairman, Sheffields Ltd; late Deputy Chairman Birmingham Small Arms Group of Companies and Daimler Company; late Director James Booth & Co. Ltd; Member Dollar Exports Council; President: Aston Villa Football Club; Midland Assoc. of Building Societies; Past President: Ideal Benefit Society; Birmingham Boys’ and Girls’ Union; Society of Commercial Accountants; Member Court of Governors, Birmingham University; Governor John Fisher School; Vice-President and Member Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; late Member Post Office Advisory Council; Vice-President Royal Eye Hospital, SE1; Hon. Treasurer, Apostleship of the Sea; late Public Morality Council; Chairman Political Committee Constitutional Club, 1927–36 (Chairman of Club, 1936–55, Vice-President, 1955–); late Chairman, Political Cttee Carlton Club

 

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