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Edward Goldie

(1856—1921)


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Goldie, Edward (1856–1921)

Goldie, Edward (1856–1921)

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN, John Senhouse (1838 - 1898), JP; Speaker, House of Keys from 1867; Chairman of the Lunatic, Poor, and Asylum Boards; Isle of Man Railway Board; besides other boards, public and private; Knight of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; a descendant of Edward I; Provincial Grand Master of Freemasons in the Isle of Man

SHANKS, S(eymour) Cochrane (1893 - 1980), Consulting Radiologist to University College Hospital; late Lecturer in Radiology, University College Hospital Medical School (Dean of the Medical School, 1943–49); late Radiologist, Goldie Leigh Hosp.; late Hon. Radiologist: University College, London; Lord Mayor Treloar’s Hosp., Alton; Past Adviser in Radiology to the Ministry of Health; Past Warden of Fellowship, Past President, Skinner and Knox lecturer, and Gold Medallist (1973), RCR; Member, Spens Committee on remuneration of Consultants and Specialists, 1947; Examiner in Radiology to Universities of Durham and Liverpool; Examiner in X-ray Diagnosis, 1942, and in Medicine, 1952, RCR; Examiner in Radiology, RCP, 1940–44; Fellow (Past Hon. Treas.) RSM (PP and Hon. Mem., Section of Radiology); Fellow and Lettsomian Lecturer, Medical Society of London; Hon. Fellow, Royal Inst. of Public Health and Hygiene; Hon. Mem., British Assoc. of Dermatologists; Senior Vice-President, 6th International Congress of Radiology, 1950; Vice-Pres. Emeritus, 7th International Congress of Radiology, Copenhagen, 1953; Past Pres., Medical Defence Union; Past Chm. Institute of Dermatology, British Post-Graduate Medical Federation; Member: British Institute of Radiology; BMA (Past Chm. Medico-legal Sub-Cttee); Distribution Cttee King Edward’s Hosp. Fund, 1949–59

 

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(1856–1921).

English Roman Catholic architect. Born in Sheffield, Yorks., he was articled to his father, George, and designed several important buildings for the Church, including (with Charles Edwin Child (1843–1911) )St James's, Spanish Place, London (1885–90), a very serious and learned work of the Gothic Revival, much influenced by Continental precedents, and especially by Pearson. Other works include Ashorne Hill House, Newbold Pacey, Warwicks. (1895–7), St Alban's, Larkhill, Blackburn, Lancs. (1900–1), and St Mary's Priory, Storrington, Sussex (1904). He was in partnership with his son, Joseph (1882–1953), until his death.

Dinsmoor & Muthesius (1985);A. S. Gray (1985)

Subjects: Architecture.


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