Church Building Society

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Incorporated Church Building Society

Church Building Society

Building a Reformed Church and Society: Clergy, Princes, and Nobles

DOWNING, Henry Philip Burke (1865 - 1947), Member of Committee of Hon. Consulting Architects to the Incorporated Church Building Society and the London Diocesan Fund; Diocesan Surveyor for Chelmsford; Diocesan Architect for Chichester, 1918

McLINTOCK, (Charles) Alan (1925 - 2007), President, Woolwich Building Society, 1995–97 (Director, 1970–95; Deputy Chairman, 1980–84; Chairman, 1984–95); Chairman: Allchurches Trust, 1986–2003 (Director, 1975–2003); Central Board of Finance of the Church of England, 1992–98

NESBITT, Robert Chancellor (died 1944), Chairman, National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Board for Great Britain since 1915; Deputy Chairman, British Law Insurance Co.; Director, Union Bank of Australia; Chairman, London Diocesan Fund; Member, The House of Laity; Member of Central Board of Finance; Member, Church Assembly Committee to consider Penalties of Præmunire; Treasurer of London Diocesan Conference; Chairman, Incorporated Church Building Society; a Governor of Guy’s Hospital; Member, Executive Council, Hospital Saving Association

MANN, James Gow (1897 - 1962), Surveyor of the Queen’s Works of Art since 1952 (of King George VI’s Works of Art, 1946–52); Master of the Armouries, The Tower of London, since 1939; Director of the Wallace Collection since 1936; Hon. Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries (Director 1944–49, President 1949–54); Chairman, National Buildings Record; Member: Advisory Cttee, Royal Mint; Archbishop’s Historic Churches Preservation Trust; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England); Historic Buildings Council for England; a Trustee, College of Arms; a Governor of the National Army Museum

STEVENSON, Edward Daymonde (1895 - 1958), Purse-Bearer to the Lord High Commissioners to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland since 1930; Ensign, Royal Company of Archers, Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland, since 1955 (Brigadier, 1948); Usher of the Green Rod of the Order of the Thistle, 1953; Director: J. Smart & Co. (Contractors) Ltd; Morgan Lyons & Co., Ltd, Cairnton Trust & Finance Co. Ltd; The Investment and Property Trust Ltd; Coca-Cola Bottlers (Scotland) Ltd; Hunter Robertson & Co. Ltd; Scottish Television Ltd; Co-operative Permanent Building Society; Arcadia Nickel Corporation Ltd, Toronto (Representative in Europe)


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Founded in 1818 and incorporated in 1828, the Incorporated Church Building Society has taken an important and continuous part in furthering the construction and repair of Anglican churches in England ...

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