1922 Committee

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1922 Committee

1922 Committee

Rentoul, Sir Gervais Squire Chittick (1884-1946), founding chairman of the Conservative 1922 committee

COCKERILL, Geoffrey Fairfax (born 1922), Secretary, University Grants Committee, 1978–82

COLLEY, Ian Harris (1922 - 2014), Member, Committee of Management, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, since 1982

HANCOCK, Henry T. (1877 - 1957), Chairman Crosby (Lancs.) Conservative Unionist Assoc. since 1922; Lancashire Education Committee

PRING, David Andrew Michael (1922 - 1991), Clerk of Committees, House of Commons, 1976–87

CAMPBELL, Ian Macdonald (1922 - 1994), Member, Economic and Social Committee, EEC, 1983–90

WILLIAMS, John Henry (1870 - 1936), JP; MP (Lab) Llanelly since 1922; Chairman of Carmarthenshire County Council; Chairman, Public Health Committee of County, and of Child Welfare Committee of County

BELL, James Allen (died 1934), Chairman Norwich Diocesan SPG Committee since 1919; Chairman Local Committee of the Norwich High School (GPDS Trust) since 1922; Chairman Clerical Assistance. Maintenance and Pensions Committee of Norwich Diocesan Board of Finance since 1926

WHITFIELD, John Flett (1922 - 2011), JP; DL; Chairman: Surrey Police Authority, 1985–89; Police Committee, Association of County Councils, 1985–88

BHATT, Ramchandra Madhavram (1874 - 1936), JP, ex-MLC; Member Bombay Municipal Corporation since 1922; Member of the Standing Committee; Landlord and Businessman

LANKESTER, Richard Shermer (born 1922), Clerk of Select Committees, House of Commons, 1979–87; Registrar of Members’ Interests, 1976–87

GREGORY, Henry (1860 - 1940), MHR; member House of Representatives Federal Parliament (Dampier Division), 1913; Swan since 1922; Chairman Commonwealth Public Works Committee, 1917, 1926

BELL, George Milner (1872 - 1947), Rector of Worthen since 1922; Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral, 1928; Surrogate, 1929; member of Salop Educ. Committee, 1928

JAMES, Anthony Trafford (1922 - 2006), Member of Executive Committee of Unilever Research Colworth Laboratory, also Head of Division of Biosciences, 1972–85

DUNNETT, John Jacob (born 1922), President, Football League, 1981–86 and 1988–89 (Member, Management Committee, 1977–89)

GRAY, Albert (1850 - 1928), KC 1905; Counsel to the Chairman of Committees in the House of Lords, 1896–1922

CORBETT, Julian Stafford (1854 - 1922), Barrister-at-law; Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Director of Historical Section, Committee of Imperial Defence


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Committee of the back‐bench members of the Conservative Party in the House of Commons, which acts as a link between the back‐bench and the party leadership. So called because Conservative back‐benchers overthrew their leaders at a meeting in the Carlton Club, London, in October 1922.

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