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WILLANS, Harry (1892 - 1943), late The Bedfordshire Regt; Director-General, Welfare and Education, War Office, since 1940

REYNOLDS, Deborah (born 1952), Chief Veterinary Officer and Director General, Animal Health and Welfare, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2004–07; Visiting Professor, Royal Veterinary College, since 2008

GOLDFINCH, Philip Henry Macarthur (1884 - 1943), General Manager and a Director of Colonial Sugar Refining Company, Ltd, in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji; Chairman of British Settlers’ Welfare Committee, Sydney

KING, (Frederic) Truby (1858 - 1938), Director of Child Welfare, Dominion of New Zealand, 1921–27; Inspector-General Mental Hospitals and a Member of the Prisons Board, 1925–27

TENNENT, Thomas (1900 - 1962), Medical Superintendent St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton; Examiner in Psychological Medicine, University of London; Chief Consultant Ex-Services Welfare Society; Physician in Psychological Medicine, Miller Hospital, Greenwich; Physician in Psychological Medicine, Northampton General Hospital

TAYLOR, (May Doris) Charity Taylor (1914 - 1998), Assistant Director and Inspector of Prisons (Women), 1959–66, retired; Member, BBC General Advisory Council, 1964–67; President, Newfoundland and Labrador Social Welfare Council, 1968–71


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Congress is granted authority under Article I, section 8 of the Constitution to “pay the debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States.” The ...

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