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Christ's Hospital

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SAUNDERS, Richard (born 1937), Partnership Consultant, Christ’s Hospital, 1993–96

FRANKLIN, John Richard (born 1953), Head Master, Christ’s Hospital, since 2007

SEAMAN, Clarence Milton Edwards (1908 - 1974), Headmaster of Christ’s Hospital, 1955–70

LAYBOURNE, Alan Watson (1898 - 1977), DL; a Governor and Almoner of Christ’s Hospital

HAIG-BROWN, William (1823 - 1907), Master of Charterhouse, 1897; member of Governing Body of Charterhouse School, 1897; Governor of Christ’s Hospital, 1864

HUTTON, Reginald Maurice James (1899 - 1973), Clerk to the Governors, Christ’s Hospital, Sherburn, 1953–64

MORGAN, Walter Vaughan (1831 - 1916), Alderman of City of London; one of HM Lieutenants for the City; Treasurer of Christ’s Hospital

COOKE, David John (1955 - 2014), Clerk and Chief Executive, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham, 2009–13

GREEN, Frank (1835 - 1902), Governor and Almoner of Christ’s Hospital; Lord Mayor of London, 1900–01; founder and senior partner firm of Messrs Frank Green & Co., paper merchants

FLECKER, H. L. O. (1896 - 1958), Principal of Lawrence College, Murree Hills, Pakistan, 1955–58; Headmaster of Christ’s Hospital, 1930–July 1955; Member Royal Commission on Marriage and Divorce, 1951

MESSENT, Philip (1895 - 1976), Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Royal Adelaide Hospital, since November 1953; President, World Convention, Churches of Christ, Adelaide, 1970; Chairman, Churches of Christ Federal Overseas Mission Board of Australia, since 1942

GEDGE, Sydney (1829 - 1923), solicitor; head of Gedge, Fiske, and Gedge; Governor and Almoner Christ’s Hospital; Governor Westfield College, Ridley Hall, and Wycliffe Hall; Director Henley’s Telegraph Works Co.

HUGHES, Herbert Francis (died 1939), DLCC; member of London Stock Exchange since 1904; member London Chamber of Commerce; Member Court of Common Council, City of London; Member two City Livery Companies and City Livery Club; Governor, Christ’s Hospital; Life Governor, Royal Hospital, Richmond; Vice-President Surrey and London Prisoners’ Aid Society

BELL, George Charles (died 1913), Canon of Sarum from 1887; Rector of St Michael, Cornhill, St Peter le Poer, and St Benet Fink from 1906; Honorary Fellow of Worcester College, 1896; Almoner of Christ’s Hospital from 1890; Member of Council of Marlborough College, 1903; Governor of Dulwich College, 1909, and of the Grey Coat Hospital, 1910

SAVORY, Joseph (1843 - 1921), DL, JP; Lieutenant and Alderman of City of London, 1883; Chairman of Almoners of Christ’s Hospital since 1891; Chairman of Princess Helena College; Governor of Queen Anne’s Bounty; Royal Holloway College, St Bartholomew’s, and St Thomas’ Hospitals

AYLWEN, George (1880 - 1967), Treasurer, St Bartholomew’s Hospital Old Voluntary Board, since 1937; Treasurer and Chairman, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1937–60; President, Medical Coll. of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1937–60; elected hon. Perpetual Student, 1960; Member of Council, King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London, since 1944 (Member Management Cttee, 1944–60); Gov. Christ’s Hospital

 

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