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GRAVES, John George (1865 - 1945), Alderman and JP for City of Sheffield, and Chairman of J. G. Graves, Ltd

McCORKELL, George Alexander (born 1944), management consultant, G. A. McCorkell Ltd, since 2004; Director, Pensions Change Programme, Department for Work and Pensions, 2001–04

SANDEMAN, Albert George (1833 - 1923), JP for Hertforshire; Chairman of George G. Sandeman, Sons, and Co., Limited, London; late Director of the Bank of England (Governor, 1895–96); one of HM’s Commissioners of Lieutenancy for the City of London; Commissioner of Income Tax for City of London; President of the London Chamber of Commerce, 1898

POWELL, Victor George Edward (1929 - 1997), Senior Partner, Victor G. Powell Associates, Management Consultants, 1963–88; Professor of Management, ILO International Centre for Advanced Training, 1982–88; Director, Mosscare Housing Association Ltd, 1974–88; retired

LAIDLAW, George (1883 - 1969), Chairman, George G. Kirk, Ltd, Glass Merchants and Glaziers, Glasgow, and Branches, 1935–68; Hon. Vice-Pres. Scottish Council of Social Service (a member since inception, 1943; Chm. 1949–54); Member: Glasgow Council for Community Service (Chm. 1932–50); Scottish Housing Advisory Cttee, 1936–48 (Vice-Chm., 1944–46; Chm., 1946–48)

CRICHTON-MILLER, Hugh (1877 - 1959), Founder Tavistock Clinic; retired, Medical Director, Bowden House, Harrow; Vice-Pres., Internat. Cttee for Mental Hygiene; Vice-Pres. Nat. Assoc. for Mental Health; Trustee, King George V Hospital, Malta; Corr. member Swiss Society of Psychiatrists; Vice-Pres. C. G. Jung-Institute Zürich

The Transatlantic Grudges of William Makepeace Thackeray and G. P. R. James1 1 I am indebted to Peggy Haile McPhillips, the Norfolk City Historian, and George C. Riser, from the Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia, for their willingness to sift through a few Norfolk newspapers that I was not able to acquire myself.

 

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Was an Avro Lancaster Mark I bomber, serial number W4783, delivered to No. 460 Squadron, RAAF, in October 1942. By the time it was withdrawn from operational service in April ...

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