Ernest East

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East Ernest

EASTES, Arthur Ernest (1877 - 1948)

HAYNES, Ernest Anthony (born 1922), Regional Chairman, British Gas plc, East Midlands, 1983–87

HUTCHINS, David Ernest (1850 - 1920), Chief Conservator of Forests, British East Africa (retired)

LAMBERT, Ernest (1874 - 1951), Clerk to the Justices acting for the Division of Dickering. East Yorks etc

BEVIN, Ernest (1881 - 1951), PC 1940; Lord Privy Seal since 1951; MP (Lab.) Central Wandsworth 1940–50, East Woolwich since 1950

FLETCHER, Ernest Tertius Decimus (1891 - 1961), Consulting Physician: Royal Free Hospital; Middlesex Hospital; Queen Mary’s Hospital for the East End and British Legion; Consultant to the Charterhouse Rheumatism Clinic

History and Historiography of Post-Mongol Central Asia and the Middle East. Studies in Honor of John E. WoodsEdited by Judith Pfeiffer and Sholeh A. Quinn, in collaboration with Ernest Tucker

Lyle, Charles Ernest Leonard (1882 - 1954), JP Bournemouth; President Tate & Lyle, Ltd, sugar refiners; Chairman, West Indies Sugar Co.; Director, Lloyds Bank; Director, Canada & Dominion Sugar Refining Co.; Deputy President Queen Mary’s Hospital for the East End; Treasurer, Royal Wanstead School; Vice-Pres. Lawn Tennis Association

GASCOIGNE, (Ernest) Frederick (Orby) (1873 - 1944), JP, DL, Surrey; Standard Bearer HM’s Body Guard, Hon. Corps Gentlemen-at-Arms; Chairman Army and Navy Stores; Director British Empire Trust Co., East Surrey Water Co., and Frederick Hotels Co.; President Union Jack Club and Union Jack Hostel

LITTLE, Ernest Gordon Graham- (died 1950), Physician in charge of the Skin Department, St Mary’s Hospital, 1902–34 and 1940–41; Consulting Physician, East London Hospital for Children; Member of the Senate, 1906–50; Chairman of the Council for External Students, 1922, retd 1946; Member of the Court since its inception, 1929, retd 1947; Member of other principal Committees, University of London; Consulting Dermatologist to the Benevolent Funds of the NUT, Concert Artistes Association, and Officers of Local Government Board


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B. c. 1905, North Carolina, USA, d. USA. Known chiefly as a fiddler, East also played guitar. In the 30s he became a member of the Camp Creek Boys, an ...

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