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AGNEW, William (1825 - 1910), Chairman of Bradbury, Agnew and Co., printers, publishers and proprietors of Punch; President of the Manchester Children’s Hospital; President of the Whitworth Institute; Vice-President, Children’s Hospital, Great Ormond Street

SPYROPOULOS, Andrea (born 1954), Project Manager, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, since 2012; President, Royal College of Nursing, 2010–14

BARRITT, Dr Gordon Emerson (born 1920), Principal, National Children’s Home, 1969–86; President of the Methodist Conference, 1984–85

EDINGTON, (George) Gordon (born 1945), an Ambassador (formerly Vice-President), Action for Children (formerly NCH, the Children’s Charity), since 1998 (Chair of Trustees, 2001–07)

WATERHOUSE, Herbert Furnivall (1864 - 1931), Consulting Surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital, Victoria Hospital for Children, and Kensington Children’s Hospital; President, Medical Defence Union; Ex-President Clinical Section Royal Society of Medicine

LENDON, Alfred Austin (1856 - 1935), Ex-President, Medical Board of South Australia; Patron and Ex-President, District Trained Nursing Society of SA; Ex-President, Numismatic Society of SA; Consulting Surgeon and Vice-President, Adelaide Children’s Hospital; Patron, Australasian Trained Nursing Association (SA Branch)

HUTCHISON, Robert (1871 - 1960), Consulting Physician to London Hospital and Children’s Hospital, Great Ormond Street, WC; and to Royal Dental Hospital; Ex-President Royal College of Physicians; Ex-President Royal Society of Med

NEWLAND, Henry Simpson (1873 - 1969), Vice-Pres. BMA (Past President of Federal Council) in Australia; Consulting Surgeon, Adelaide Hospital and Adelaide Children’s Hospital

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth (born 1943), working for peace, since 1976; Founder and President, World Centers of Compassion for Children International, since 1997

GERRY, Elbridge Thomas (1837 - 1927), President, New York Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 1876–1901; Counsellor at Law

GARDNER, Nora Beatrice (1866 - 1944), President, Herefordshire Women’s Liberal Association; Vice-President, Women’s Liberal Federation for England; Vice-President, Ladies’ Committee of Congress on Tuberculosis; President, Lydney Women Federation; Vice-President, Essex Needlework Guild; a President of The Children’s Happy Evening Association, of the Soldiers and Sailors Family Association for the Dean Forest, of the Liberal Social League, of the Surrey Ladies Garden Club

MACKAY, Helen M. M. (1891 - 1965), Hon. Consultant Physician Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children; ex-Chairman of the Advisory Cttee of Paediatricians, N.E. Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board; ex-President Section of Disease in Children, of Royal Society of Medicine

COCKAYNE, Edward Alfred (1880 - 1956), President Royal Entomological Soc. of London, 1943–45; Pres., Section for Study of Diseases of Children, Royal Society of Medicine, 1938

DUN, William Gibb (died 1927), FRFPS Glasgow; ex-President, Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow; ex-President, Glasgow Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society; Hon. Physician, Royal Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Physician Glasgow City Mission

HAWARD, J. Warrington (1841 - 1921), Consulting Surgeon to St George’s Hospital, to Cripples Nursery and to Santa Claus Home; Vice-President of Society for Relief of Widows and Orphans of Medical Men; Director Guardian Assurance Company; Director and Member of Medical Board of Royal Sea-bathing Hospital, Margate; Vice-President of Invalid Children’s Aid Association

MACKELLAR, Charles Kinnaird (1844 - 1926), Member of the Legislative Council of New South Wales since 1886; President of the State Children Board New South Wales for 14 years

DARLINGTON, John (1868 - 1947), Vicar of St Mark, Kennington, since 1897; President of St Mark’s Traffic Workers’ Brotherhood since 1904; Hon. Acting Chaplain, Belgrave Hospital for Children, since 1903; Surrogate

UNDERHILL, Charles Edward (1845 - 1908), formerly Physician, Royal Maternity Hospital, Edinburgh; Consulting Physician to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children; President Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

 

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Thirty-five Presidents of the United States and their wives, through Bill and Hillary Clinton, had 89 boys and 61 girls. Six had no children: George Washington, James Madison, Andrew Jackson ...

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