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Carlton Club

JEFFRIES, William Francis (1891 - 1969), Secretary of Junior Carlton Club, 1938–58, retired

BAIRD, Alexander Walter Frederic (1876 - 1931), Secretary, Carlton Club; late Gordon Highlanders

Murray, William David (1806 - 1898), Lord-Lieut of Clackmannanshire from 1852; hereditary keeper of palace of Scone; Senior Member of Carlton Club

Cooke, Alistair Basil (born 1945), Consultant and Editor in Chief, Conservative Research Department, 2004–10; official historian, Conservative Party, since 2009; official historian and archivist, Carlton Club, since 2007

Hardinge, Caryl Nicholas Charles (1905 - 1979), Greenshields Incorporated (investment dealers) and Greenshields Ltd; Chairman: Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. of Montreal Ltd; Dale-Ross Holdings Ltd; Member: Montreal Stock Exchange; Canadian Stock Exchange; Toronto Stock Exchange; Director: The Jockey Club Ltd; Mt Royal Jockey Club Inc.; Electra Investments (Canada), Ltd; Holt, Renfrew & Co. Ltd; Phœnix Assurance Company; Markborough Properties Ltd; Trizec Corporation Ltd; International Atlantic Salmon Association; Acadia Life Insurance Co

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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