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M’DERMOTT, Peter Joseph (1858 - 1922), Under Secretary, Chief Secretary’s Department, Queensland

CULLINAN, Frederick Fitzjames (1845 - 1913), a retired principal clerk, Chief Secretary’s Office, Dublin Castle

ODELL, Thomas Alexander (1847 - 1909), First Class Clerk, Chief Secretary’s Office, Dublin

HALL, John (1915 - 1966), Chief Secretary, RSPCA, since 1957

FILOSE, Michael (1836 - 1925), Chief Secretary Huzur Durbar, Gwalior, since 1894

DICKSON, James Robert (1832 - 1901), Premier and Chief Secretary, Queensland

WEBSTER, Arthur Harold (1874 - 1902), Private Secretary to Lord Chief Justice

MEAD, Percy James (1871 - 1923), Chief Secretary to the Government, Bombay

Cavendish, Lord Frederick Charles (1836-1882), chief secretary for Ireland

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RAMSBOTTOM, Paul Benjamin (born 1976), Chief Executive (formerly Executive Secretary), Wolfson Foundation, since 2007; Chief Executive (formerly Secretary), Wolfson Family Charitable Trust, since 2007

BARKER, Barry (born 1929), Secretary and Chief Executive, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (formerly Chartered Institute of Secretaries), 1976–89

NEIL, Matthew (1917 - 2008), Secretary and Chief Executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, 1954–83

PARKER, Frederick John (born 1927), Chief Highway Engineer (Under Secretary), Department of Transport, 1988–91

SAUMAREZ SMITH, Charles Robert (born 1954), Secretary and Chief Executive, Royal Academy of Arts, since 2007

 

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The office of chief secretary originated in the 17th century when the holder acted as personal assistant to the lord lieutenant or lord deputy. By the 18th century it had ...

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