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BLYTH, Charles (born 1940), Chairman, First ScotRail Stakeholder Advisory Board, 2007–15

MASHAM, William George (1843 - 1916), late first-class clerk, Board of Education

NORRIS, George Michael (1841 - 1922), late First Class Clerk, Board of Education

McGINN, Gerry (born 1957), Managing Director, First Trust Bank, since 2011; Chairman, Strategic Investment Board Ltd, since 2013

LOVELOCK, Douglas (Arthur) (1923 - 2014), First Church Estates Commissioner, 1983–93; Chairman, Central Board of Finance of the Church of England, 1983–92

HYDE, (George) Francis (1877 - 1937), Royal Australian Navy; First Naval Member of Australian Naval Board since 1931; Member of Hon. Company of Master Mariners

HARRIS, Ronald (Montague Joseph) (1913 - 1995), First Church Estates Commissioner, 1969–82; Chairman, Central Board of Finance of Church of England, 1978–82

HAY, David (Russell) (born 1927), (first) Medical Director, National Heart Foundation of New Zealand, 1977–92; Cardiologist, Canterbury Hospital (formerly North Canterbury Hospital) Board, 1964–89; Hon. Consulting Physician, Canterbury District Health Board, since 1990

FINLAYSON, John Rankine (died 1935), JP Lancashire; first Chairman of Probation Committee, Division of Manchester, 1925–29; Member of the Board of Trade Committee on Trade Marks, 1933

SPENCE, Basil (Urwin) (1907 - 1976), Member Board of Trustees, Civic Trust; First Hoffman Wood Professor of Architecture, Leeds University, 1955–56; Member, Fine Art Commission, 1956–70

MACKENZIE, Melville Douglas (1889 - 1972), retired as Principal Medical Officer, Ministry of Health; Chief UK Delegate to first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth World Health Assemblies; Chairman of Executive Board, 1953–54

Dalziel, Davison (1854 - 1928), MP (C) Brixton Division, Lambeth, 1910–23, 1924–27; Chairman Pullman Car Company, 1915; President Board of Directors and Managing Committee International Sleeping Car Co., 1919; first introduced motor cabs into London

ELLEN, Eric Frank (born 1930), Chairman and Director, First Approach Ltd, since 1999; Board Member, International Chamber of Commerce Commercial Crime Services, 1999–2001 (Executive Director, 1994–99; First Director: International Maritime Bureau, 1981–99; Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau, 1985–99; Commercial Crime Bureau, 1992–99; Regional Piracy Centre, Kuala Lumpur, 1992–99); Consultant, ICC, 1999–2002

SAWYER, George Alexander (died 1944), Knight of Grace of St John, Knight of the Crown of Belgium, etc. Late Deputy Chairman of the British Empire Film Institute; late Hon. Treasurer of the National Liberal Council for London during Coalition Government; late Chairman of Westminster National Liberal Association (Abbey and St George’s Divisions); a Life Governor and formerly an Hon. Treasurer of the Queen’s Hospital for Children and Member of the Governing Board; organised many Art Exhibitions, amongst which were the First British Sculptors Exhibition, Medallic Art Exhibition, First Official War Photo Exhibition, British Women Artists Exhibition, Belgian Art at the Front Exhibition, Belgian Art at the Front Exhibition and Sculpture Exhibition, 1931; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer of the first British Industrial Art Exhibition, 1933; Hon. Organiser the first Contemporary Industrial Design Exhibition, 1935; Hon. Treasurer, Durham Distressed Area Committee; during European War organised and served with Voluntary Hospitals in France; member of board of London Child Guidance Clinic, etc

STONES, Hubert Horace (1892 - 1965), retired as Professor of Dental Surgery and Director of Dental Education, Univ. of Liverpool, Director and General Consultant, Liverpool Dental Hospital, Consultant, maxillo-facial centre, Broad Green Hospital, Liverpool, 1957; Hon. Consultant Dental Surgeon, Liverpool Regional Board Hospitals and Dental Hospital; Editor-in-Chief (first) of Journal Official de la Fédération Dentaire Internationale

RICHARDSON, Philip John Sampey (1875 - 1963), Editor of The Dancing Times, 1910–57; Vice-President and first Hon. Fellow (1962) of the Royal Academy of Dancing; Director, Royal General Theatrical Fund; President, Official Board of Ballroom Dancing (which he founded, 1929); President, International Council of Ballroom Dancing

 

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