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Edward Bridges

(1892—1969) civil servant


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BRIDGE, Charles Edward Dunscomb (1886 - 1961)

Edward Bridges (1892–1969)

Edward Bridges (1892–1969)

Edward Bridges (1892–1969)

Edward Bridges (1892–1969)

Bridges, Edward Ettingdene, first Baron Bridges (1892-1969), civil servant

Bridges, Edward (1892 - 1969), Chancellor, Reading University, 1959

RICE, Edward Bridges (1819 - 1902), JP; Admiral retired

Bridges, Thomas Edward (born 1927), HM Diplomatic Service, retired

VILLIERS, (Francis) Edward Earle (1889 - 1967), Easter (Chick) Hatchery, Conon Bridge, Ross-shire

MOORE-BRIDGER, Timothy Peter (born 1945), Headmaster, King Edward VI Grammar School, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1997–2010

BRIDGE, Frederick (1844 - 1924), Fellow, Royal College of Music, 1921; King Edward Professor of Music, London University, since 1902; Organist Westminster Abbey, 1875–1918; retired with title Emeritus-Organist of Westminster Abbey; Gresham Professor of Music from 1890; Conductor Royal Choral Society, 1896–1922

FRIPP, Alfred Downing (1865 - 1930), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; Surgeon in Ordinary to the King and to Duke of Connaught; late Senior Surgeon, Guy’s Hospital; late Surgeon in Ordinary to King Edward VII; Consulting Surgeon, Royal Navy; Surgeon to the Hospital for Children and Women, Waterloo Bridge Road; and Chief Civilian Medical Officer, Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, South Africa, 1900 (despatches); Member Advisory Board for Army Medical Services; Member of Visiting Committee of King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; Member of Council of Hospital Sunday Fund; Member of Council of Hospital Saturday Fund

 
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