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MOORE, Arthur Crompton (died 1954), Archdeacon of Norfolk and Canon of Norwich since 1934; Proctor in Convocation; Secretary, Standing Committee of the Church Congress; Examining Chaplain

STOWELL, Thomas Edmund Alex (died 1970), Diploma, Industrial Diseases (h.c.), Buenos Aires; Diploma in Industrial Health (h.c.), Soc. of Apothecaries; Hon. Surgeon, Victoria Infirmary, Northwich; Senior Hon. Surgeon and Radiologist Mid-Cheshire Orthopædic Clinic, Northwich; Traumatic Surgeon Messrs. Brunner Mond & Co. Ltd; formerly Surgeon, Queen Mary’s Hosp., Sidcup; Chm. of British Committee of International Congresses on Industrial Health and Safety; Lecturer and Examiner, St John Ambulance Association and BRCS; Member British Social Hygiene Council; Member of House of Laity National Church Assembly; Member of Ministry of Pensions Cttee on rates of compensation for specific injuries sustained by members of HM Forces

THOMSON, Arthur (1858 - 1935), Dr Lees Professor of Anatomy, 1919–34, and student of Christ Church; Professor of Human Anatomy, University of Oxford, 1893, and Reader, 1901; Lecturer on Anatomy in Relation to Art, Royal College of Art, S. Kensington; Professor of Anatomy, Royal Academy, 1900–34; Representative of the University of Oxford on the General Medical Council, 1904–29; associé étranger of the Anthropological Society of Paris; past President Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland; President Anatomical Section; International Medical Congress, London, 1913; President of the Oxford Medical Graduates Club; Doyne Memorial Lecturer, 1928; President of the Oxford Art Society, 1922

ROBERTS, Alexander William (1857 - 1938), Ex-Senator in the Union Parliament of South Africa, Senior Member of the permanent Native Affairs Commission; Emeritus Missionary, Lovedale, South Africa; Member of a Commission to enquire into the Native Riots at Port Elizabeth, 1920; Member of a Commission to enquire into the system of Land Surveying in South Africa, 1921; Chairman of a Commission to enquire into the Bondelzwarts rebellion in the South-West Protectorate, 1922; Chairman of a Commission to enquire into the origin and influence of Native Churches in South Africa, 1923; South African Representative on the International Congress of Astronomers, Cambridge, 1926; member of a Commission to enquire into the economic condition of the native people in South Africa, 1930


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A series of unofficial gatherings of Anglican Churchmen which were held between 1861 and 1938 (annually down to 1913, and less regularly thereafter). The first meeting (1861) was at Cambridge. ...

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