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charity boards

charity boards

CARÖE, William Douglas (1857 - 1938), Architect to Ecclesiastical Commission, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, the Dean and Chapter of Durham, to Southwell Cathedral, St David’s and Brecon Cathedrals, to the Charity Commission; Consulting Architect to Diocesan Boards of Finance, Lichfield, Canterbury, Bath and Wells, Newcastle upon Tyne; Canterbury Diocesan Board of Education

Gordon, George (1879 - 1965), JP, LCC (P) Peckham, 1910–25; (MR) West Fulham, 1931–34; Alderman (MR), 1925–31; Deputy Chm. of the Council, 1923–24; Chm. of the Parks and Open Spaces Com., 1927–29; Chm. of Town Planning Cttee, 1929–34; co-opted Member of Housing Committee, 1934–37; one of the LCC Representatives on, and Vice-Chairman of, the Greater London Regional Planning Committee, 1929–33, and Chairman of the reconstituted Committee, 1933–34, co-opted, 1934–36; one of the LCC Representatives on the Metropolitan Water Board, 1913–46 (Vice-Chairman of the Board’s Finance Committee, 1919–22, and Chairman of Finance Committee, 1922–25; Vice-Chairman of General Purposes Committee, 1925–28); a Governor (LCC) of the Polytechnic, Regent Street, 1920–46 (City Parochial Foundation), 1947–; Trustee (LCC) for the Crystal Palace, 1914–24, and 1926–51; a Vice-President of the National Council of YMCAs, and late Chairman of its Metropolitan Committee; Vice-Pres. Metropolitan Union YMCA; Chairman of Council of Charity Organisation Society, 1934–37 and 1938–39; a ‘B’ member of Royal Observer Corps, 1939–46 (Head Observer, 1939–43); President National Service Committee, Aberdeenshire, 1939

 

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Lists of the charitable endowments within a parish, painted on boards which normally hang inside the tower or porch of the parish church. They usually date from the 18th and 19th centuries.

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