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Grace George

(1879—1961)


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George, Grace (1879–1961)

George, Grace (1879–1961)

To his Grace, George Duke of Northumberland

HASTINGS, George (1853 - 1943), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John

de BURGH, Ulick George Campbell (1855 - 1922), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John

BOND, Francis George (1856 - 1930), Knight of Grace Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1918; American Distinguished Service Medal

CRITCHETT, George Anderson (1845 - 1925), Surgeon Oculist to the King, since 1901; Knight of Grace Order of St John; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital, London; 1st President Council of British Ophthalmologists

Amazing Grace: Evangelicalism in Australia, Britain, Canada, and the United States. Ed. by George A. Rawlyk and Mark A. Noll. (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1994. 429 pp. Cloth, $44.95, ISBN 0-7735-1207-1. Paper, $22.95, ISBN 0-7735-1214-4.)

BENNETT, William Henry (1852 - 1931), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Comm. of the Royal Order of the Redeemer of Greece; HM Inspector of Anatomy; Member of Consulting Staff of Osborne; Consulting Surgeon to St George’s Hospital and to Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth; Consulting Surgeon to Seamen’s Hospital, Greenwich; late Member of Court of Examiners, Royal College of Surgeons of England; Chairman Convalescent Homes Committee, King Edward VII, Hospital Fund

Rous, George Edward John Mowbray (1862 - 1947), JP; VD, TD, MA, Lord-Lieutenant for the County of Suffolk, since 1935; Vice-Admiral of Suffolk, since 1890; Knight of Grace of St John; for 32 years Councillor, Alderman, for 12 years Chairman East Suffolk County Council, and Chairman County of Suffolk Territorial Army Association; formerly ADC to King Edward VII (1902–11) and to King George V (1911–29) and President, National Sea Fisheries Protection Association; President of the Council, National Artillery Association

FOWLDS, George (1860 - 1934), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; JP; Ex-President, Auckland University College; Chairman Massey Agricultural College since 1927; Past President Auckland Chamber of Commerce; Ex-Special Commissioner for Rotary International in New Zealand; Ex-Chairman Jubilee Institute of the Blind; Ex-President Auckland Rotary Club; Ex-Minister of Education; Min. of Customs; Min. of Immigration, and Minister-in-Charge of the Hospitals and Charitable Aid, the Mental Hospitals, and the State Fire Insurance Departments

Needham, Charles Francis (1842 - 1915), DL, JP, Representative Peer for Ireland from 1881; Knight of Grace of Order of St John of Jerusalem; Aide-de-camp to the King; [the Viscountcy was conferred on an ancestor of the present Earl by King James I; the Earldom of Kilmorey and Viscountcy of Newry and Mourne were conferred on the great-grandfather of the present Earl by King George IV in 1822]

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

Birdwood, William Riddell (1865 - 1951), President, Clifton College, 1935; Captain Deal Castle, 1935; Hon. Fellow Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1920; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Fellow of the Royal Empire Society and of Royal Society of St George; Freeman of the Borough of Totnes, Devon; Vice-Pres. of the Overseas League and Devonian Association; Trustee unpaid, War Museum; General, Commonwealth of Australia Military Forces, 1920, and Field-Marshal, 1925; Colonel Royal Horse Guards, 1933; 12th Lancers, 1920; 75th A. A. Regiment, RA, 1938. King Edward’s Own Probyns’ Horse (XI Bengal Lancers), 1924, and 6th Gurkha Rifles, 1925; Col Commandant, 13th Frontier Force Rifles, 1930; Colonel-in-Chief, 1st New Zealand Mounted Rifles, Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry, 1925; Colonel 3rd Australian Infantry and 16th Australian Light Horse, Hunter River Lancers, 1930

MACDONOGH, George Mark Watson (1865 - 1942), Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Col Comdt Royal Engineers, 1924; an Imperial War Graves Commissioner; Member, Central Committee for Regulation of Prices, 1939–41; Member, Finnish Aid Bureau, 1940; a Member of Council and Vice-President, 1941–42, Zoological Society of London, 1934–38 and 1939–41; President, China Association, 1930–35; President, Federation of British Industries, 1933–34; Member, War Emergency Committee FBI; President, Anglo-Finnish Society; Vice-President, Finland Fund; President, Institute of Exports, 1938; Vice-President, Japan Society; Chairman, Hospital St John and St Elizabeth, NW8; Member, Royal Commission on Local Government, 1923–29; Member of Council, London Chamber of Commerce, 1936–41; Vice-President and Member, Executive Council, International Law Association; Member Council, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1928–41; Fellow, Institute of Bankers; Barrister-at-law, Lincoln’s Inn, 1897; Member, London Committee, Hong-Kong and Shanghai Bank; Chairman, International Paint and Compositions Co.; Chairman, Watts Fincham (1932), Ltd; Chairman, Scammell Lorries, Ltd; Director, Venezuelan Oil Concessions, Ltd, Director, National Provident Institution

 

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(1879–1961), actress.

The fair‐haired, blue‐eyed beauty was born in New York and educated at a convent, later studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts before making her debut as ...

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