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John Gennings

(c. 1576—1660) Franciscan friar


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STEAVENSON, Brig.-Gen. Charles John (1867 - 1933)

OLLIVANT, Brig.-Gen.) John Spencer (1872 - 1937)

Monash, Gen Sir John (1865–1931)

Moore, Lt Gen Sir John (1761–1809)

Hood, Lt Gen John Bell (1831–79)

Gennings [Geninges], John (c. 1576-1660), Franciscan friar

Fuller, Maj Gen John Frederick Charles (1878–1966)

Pershing, Gen John Joseph ‘Black Jack’ (1860–1948)

Le Marchant, Maj Gen John Gaspard (1766–1812)

Herbert, Ivor John Caradoc (1851 - 1933), JP; Lord Lieutenant, Monmouthshire; Major-Gen. (retired list) and Hon. Major-Gen. of the Canadian Militia

GENNINGS, John Frederick (1885 - 1955), Commissioner of Labour, Government of Bombay (retired)

MOLE, Charles Johns (1886 - 1962), Director-Gen. of Works, Ministry of Works, 1946–58, retired

SANDERS, John Owen (1892 - 1954), Member for Railways and Ports, 1951, and Gen. Man. Malayan Rly since 1946

PINK, Brig.-Gen.) Francis John (1857 - 1934), late Lt-Col Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regt

BLAKE, John (Lucian) (1898 - 1954), Comptroller-Gen. of Patents, Designs, and Trade-Marks since 1949

FOTHERINGHAM, John Taylor (1860 - 1940), Member of the Senate, Univ. of Toronto; Maj.-Gen. Canadian Militia; Maj.-Gen. CEF; ADMS 2nd Canadian Division, BEF; later, Director-General, Canadian Army Medical Service; Hon. Colonel, Canadian Army Med. Corps, 1924

CHAPMAN, Ernest John Collis (1876 - 1958), Gen. Secretary to British Empire Cancer Campaign from its inception in 1923 until 1946 when elected Member of Grand Council of the Campaign

PHILIPPS, Ivor (1861 - 1940), Governor Pembroke Castle; MP (L) Southampton, 1906–22; Parliamentary Secretary (Military) to the Ministry of Munitions of War, 1915; commanded Pembroke Yeomanry, 1908–12; Major, retired, Indian Army; Brig.-Gen. 1914; Maj.-Gen. 1915; Alderman Pembrokeshire County Council; Vice-Lieutenant Pembrokeshire; Knight of Justice Order of St John of Jerusalem

Gordon, John Campbell (1847 - 1934), Lord-Lieut. of Aberdeenshire since 1880; a Brig.-Gen. of the Royal Company of Archers; a Vice-President of the Royal Empire Society since 1891

 
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