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Bromsgrove

Richard Bromsgrove (c. 1398—1434) abbot of Evesham

Bromsgrove (England/UK)

Bromsgrove (England/UK)

Bromsgrove, Richard (d. 1434), abbot of Evesham

DANCE, James (1907 - 1971), MP (C) Bromsgrove, since 1955

CAREY, Lionel Mohun (1911 - 1988), JP; Headmaster of Bromsgrove School, 1953–71

EARLE, John Nicholas Francis (1926 - 2014), Headmaster, Bromsgrove School, 1971–85

TONGE, David Theophilus (1930 - 1995), Chaplain to the Queen, since 1984; Vicar of St Godwald’s, Finstall, Bromsgrove, 1976–92

HADFIELD, Antony (born 1936), Deputy Chairman, NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group, since 2013; Senior Partner, Hadfield Associates, 1997–2005

JAVID, Sajid (born 1969), PC 2014; MP (C) Bromsgrove, since 2010; Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and President, Board of Trade, since 2015

ROBERTS, Paul Ernest (1873 - 1949), Fellow, Vice-Provost, History Lecturer, of Worcester College, Oxford; Senior Tutor, 1920–45, Junior Bursar, 1919–36; Senior Bursar, 1941–46; Delegate of Local Examinations; Governor of Bromsgrove School

DALLY, John Frederick Halls (died 1944), Consulting Physician to Mount Vernon Hospital; Senior Physician to St Marylebone and Western General Dispensary and Director of the Children’s Supervisory Centre for Rheumatism and Rheumatic Heart Disease; Medical Supt Bromsgrove Emergency Hospital, Worcestershire; Consulting Physician to Sutton War Emergency Hospital, to Philanthropic Society’s School, Redhill and to the Shriners Hospital, Montreal; Editor, West London Journal; Vice-President Chelsea Clinical Society; Member of St Marylebone War Committee; late Chairman, Special Neurological Board of Ministry of Pensions

 

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