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British Record Society


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British Record Society

British Record Society

JENKINSON, (Charles) Hilary (died 1961), Member, Royal Commission on Historical MSS; Vice-President, British Records Association; President: Society of Archivists; Surrey Record Society; Surrey Archæological Society; Vice-President, Jewish Historical Society of England (President, 1954–55); Member, Records and Ancient Monuments Committee, Surrey County Council, and Records Committee, West Sussex County Council

The British Delegation and the Synod of Dort (1618–1619). Edited by Anthony Milton. Pp. lix + 411. (Church of England Record Society, 13.) Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2005. isbn 1 84383 157 0. £60/$110.

CLARK, George (1890 - 1979), Hon. Fellow: Trinity College, Dublin, 1953; Trinity College, Cambridge, 1955; Balliol and Oriel Colleges, Oxford, 1957; All Souls College, Oxford, 1975; Trustee, British Museum, 1949–60; Member, University Grants Committee, 1951–58; President of the British Academy, 1954–58; President, Northamptonshire Record Society, 1958–65

KENYON, Frederic George (1863 - 1952), Fellow of Winchester College, 1904, Warden, 1925–30; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1888; Hon. Fellow, 1906; Hon. Fellow, New College, Oxford, 1913; President of British School of Archæology at Jerusalem since 1920; of the Bibliographical Society, 1924–26 (Gold Medal, 1935); of the Navy Records Society, 1924–48; Chairman of Soc. for Protection of Science and Learning, 1938–44; Pres. Surrey Record Soc. 1943–50, and of Surrey Archæological Society, 1944–50; Chairman of Friends of the National Libraries, 1931–50; of National Central Library; Trustee of War Museum, 1920–46; Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod of the Order of the British Empire, 1918–52

MACKIE, John Duncan (1887 - 1978), HM Historiographer in Scotland since 1958; Professor of Scottish History and Literature in the University of Glasgow, 1930–57, retired; Dean of Faculties (Deputy-Principal), 1940–45; visiting Canadian and S. African Universities on British Council travel grants; Member Scottish Records Advisory Council and Chairman, Scottish National Register of Archives; a Vice-President, of Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1949–53; President of Scottish History Society; President of Historical Association of Scotland, 1949–53; Member, Scottish National Portrait Gallery Advisory Committee; President of Glasgow Archæological Society, 1936–39

JAMES, Montague Rhodes (1862 - 1936), Provost of Eton since 1918; a Trustee of the British Museum; Hon. DLitt Dublin; Hon. LLD St Andrews; Hon. DCL Oxford; Hon. MRIA; Commissioner of the Exhibition of 1851; Member of Royal Commissions on Public Records, on the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and on Historical Monuments; Officier de l’Instruction Publique, Commander Order of Leopold; Gold Medal of Bibliographical Society, 1929

 

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Founded in 1888 as the Index Society, it publishes indexes of historical records, such as Chancery proceedings, inquisitions post mortem, wills, and marriage licences.

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