Thomas Branch

(fl. c. 1728—1763) legal writer

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Branch, Thomas (fl. 1738-1753), legal writer

BUTLER, Robert Thomas Rowley Probyn (1882 - 1938), IASC, MT branch

FENTON, (Thomas) Charles (died 1927), late of the Parliamentary Branch, India Office

BARLOW, George Thomas (1865 - 1919), Chief Engineer and Secretary, Government Irrigation Branch, UP, India

JOHNSTON, Thomas Alexander (1888 - 1959), Civil Engineer; Chief of Plant and Service Branches, Operations Division, Corps of Engineers, US Army (Mobile, Ala, District), since 1951 (Chief of Service Branch, 1949–51)

MARSH, Thomas Robertson (1847 - 1929), late head of the engineering and contract branches of the office of the Crown Agents for the Colonies

COTTON-JODRELL, Edward Thomas Davenant (1847 - 1917), DL, JP; County Director, Cheshire Branch, British Red Cross Society, since Aug. 1914

STRANGE, Thomas Bland (1831 - 1925), late Royal Artillery; JP Kerry; Member of Council, National Service League; President Local Branch Tariff Reform League

BROWN, Herbert (1869 - 1946), Organiser, British Farmers Red Cross Fund; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem: in charge of Appeal Branch, French Red Cross, 1918 (in England); Chairman Appeal Branch, Officers’ Association, 1920 and 1921; Chairman Appeal Branch of the British Legion on its formation in 1921; Governor St Thomas Hospital and Member of Star and Garter Management Committee; President National Association of British and Irish Millers, 1922; President, Croydon Hospital; Chevalier Legion of Honour (France); Officier Ordre Léopold (Belgium)

FLITCROFT, Thomas (Evans) (1861 - 1938), Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Bolton Infirmary; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Edgeworth Homes; ex-President of the Lancashire and Cheshire Branch of the British Medical Association, etc.; President of the Bolton Liberal Association

GOODFELLOW, Thomas Ashton (died 1937), Member of Consultative Council on Medical and Allied Services to Ministry of Health; Member of Court of Governors, late Lecturer on Medical Ethics and Conditions of Medical Practice, Victoria University of Manchester; Ex-President Lancashire and Cheshire Branch of British Medical Association

EASTICK, Thomas (Charles) (1900 - 1988), Chairman, Standing Committee, ‘Call to the People of Australia’, 1951–54; President, El Alamein Group (SA), 1946–60; Chairman of Trustees, Poppy Day Fund (Inc.), 1950–77; President of Australia Day Council, S Australian Branch (Federal), 1962–65 and 1976–78; Chairman of Trustees, Services Cemeteries Trust; Deputy Chairman, World War II Fund

STOUT, (Thomas) Duncan (Macgregor) (1885 - 1979), Hon. Cons. Surgeon, Wellington Hospital; Past Member Council and past Chancellor, Victoria University of Wellington; Past Member: Senate, University of New Zealand; Council, Massey Agricultural College; Trustee, NZ Cancer Societies; Past President, Wellington Branch (NZ) British Empire Cancer Campaign

MORRISON, James Thomas Jackman (died 1933), Consulting Surgeon Queen’s Hospital, Birm; Emeritus Professor of Forensic Medicine and ex-Member of Council University of Birmingham; Examiner in Forensic Medicine, University of Glasgow; President, United Kingdom Police Surgeons’ Association; Lt-Col, RAMC (TF), retired; Order of White Eagle, and Order of St Sava, Serbia; Hon. Associate, Order of St John; Surgeon-in-Chief British Hospital Unit to Serbia, 1914–15; Past-President, Birmingham Branch British Medical Association

FAWCETT, John (1866 - 1944), Consulting Physician to Guy’s Hospital; Governor of Medical School, Guy’s Hospital, and of Dulwich College; Member of Council, Medical School, St Thomas’s Hospital; Member of Council of Epsom College; Invalid Children’s Aid Association; Chairman Bermondsey Branch; Representative of Board of Education on General Nursing Council, 1928–32; Member of Senate of University of London, 1920–29; Senior Censor Royal College of Physicians of London, 1923–24

MOORHEAD, Thomas Gillman (1878 - 1960), Consulting Physician to Mercer’s Hosp., Dublin and Steevens Hospital, Dublin; Regius Professor of Physic, Univ. of Dublin, since 1926; Vice-Pres. of Council of Alexandra College; late President Royal College of Physicians of Ireland; President British Medical Association; President Irish Medical Schools and Graduates Association; Member General Medical Council; Member Irish Medical Council; Chairman Dublin Clinical Hospitals Joint Committee; Chairman Board of Governors Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin; late Pres. Assocn of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland; Vice-Pres. Royal Irish Academy; late Director National Cancer Campaign (Ireland); late Visiting Physician, Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital, Dublin, and Royal City of Dublin Hospital; late Pres. Leinster Branch British Medical Association; Consulting Physician National Children’s Hospital, Dublin, and Clonskeagh Hospital; late Hon. Consulting Physician to the Forces in Ireland; late temporary Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC; Professor of Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons; Censor in Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, etc.; King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Member of Board, Trinity College, Dublin

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