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WATERS, Alfred Charles (1848 - 1912), Chief Clerk, General Register Office

GODFREY, Robert Samuel (1876 - 1953), Registered Architect; Surveyor and Clerk of the Works to the Dean and Chapter, Lincoln Cathedral

Elphinstone, Sidney Herbert (1869 - 1955), Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet since 1944; Chancellor of Order of the Thistle since 1949

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, John Charles (1864 - 1935), Lord-Lieut of Dumfriesshire since 1915; Lord Clerk Register and Keeper of the Signet; Captain-General Royal Company of Archers

Charteris, Francis David (1912 - 2008), President, The National Trust for Scotland, 1967–91, then President Emeritus (Chairman of Council, 1946–69); Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet, 1974–2007

MacDOUGALL, James Patten (1849 - 1919), Keeper of the Records of Scotland, Deputy Clerk Register, and Registrar-General since 1909; Vice-President and Chairman of Local Government Board for Scotland, 1904–09

Mackay, James Peter Hymers (born 1927), Editor-in-Chief, Halsbury’s Laws of England, 1998–2015; Lord High Commissioner, General Assembly, Church of Scotland, 2005–06 and 2006–07; Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet, since 2007

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Walter John (1894 - 1973), PC 1937, Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet since 1956; HM Lieutenant of County of Roxburgh since 1932; Chancellor, Order of the Thistle, since 1966; DL Dumfriesshire; DL Selkirkshire; JP Roxburghshire and Dumfriesshire; Captain-General Royal Company of Archers; President: St Andrew’s Ambulance Association; Scottish Landowners’ Federation; Animal Diseases Research Association; Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution; Commonwealth Forestry Association; Scottish Woodland Owners’ Association

 

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(Scotland).

First seen in 1286 (as clerk of the rolls), the office entailed custodianship of the records of crown charters, the Exchequer, and Parliament. The clerk register initially wrote the ...

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