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James Goldsmith

(1933—1997) financier and politician


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James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

TURNER, James - Engraver, engraver, goldsmith

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

James Goldsmith (1933–97)

GOLDSMITH, Benjamin James (born 1980), Founding Partner, WHEB LLP, since 2002

Goldsmith, Sir James Michael (1933-1997), financier and politician

GOLDSMITH, James (Michael) (1933 - 1997), Member for France, European Parliament, since 1994; Chief Executive, Goldsmith Foundation, since 1991

HALNON, Frederick James (1881 - 1958), sculptor; Modelling Master, University of London (Goldsmiths’ College), retired

CURZON, Harry Edward James (1880 - 1935), Recognized Teacher of Mathematics, University of London, Goldsmiths’ College, since 1906

WHITEHEAD, Alfred North (1861 - 1947), Professor Emeritus, Harvard University, Professor of Philosophy, 1924–37; Fellow, late Senior Mathematical Lecturer, Trinity College, Cambridge; Professor Emeritus of Imperial College, London; Council of Royal Society, 1914–15; Governor of Borough Polytechnic, Southwark; sometime Senator of University of London and Dean of Faculty of Science; Chairman of the Academic Council, Chairman of the Delegacy Administering Goldsmith’s College; President of the Mathematical Association, 1915–16; President of Section A, British Association, 1916; Tarner Lecturer Trinity College, 1919; Gifford Lecturer, Edinburgh University, 1927–28; 1st recipient James Scott Prize, Royal Society, Edin., 1922; Sylvester Medal, Royal Society, London, 1925; Butler Medal, Columbia University, New York, 1930

LEIGH-WOOD, James (died 1949), a Governor of Christ’s Hospital; Vice-President Royal Empire Society; Chairman British Empire Games Federation; Vice-Pres. Boy Scouts Association; Vice-President, Gordon Boys School; Governor, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Knight of Grace of Order of St John of Jerusalem; one of HM Lieutenants for the City of London; a liveryman of the Goldsmiths’ Company; South African War (despatches twice, Queen’s medal, CMG); European War, General Staff, War Office, 1916–19 (despatches, KBE, CB, Commander of Order of Leopold II)

POLSON, Thomas Andrew (1865 - 1946), Chairman of Butlin’s Ltd, Duffield Iron Corporation, Ltd, James Walker, Goldsmith and Silversmith, Ltd; Pye Ltd and Rolls Razor Ltd; Director of Cairnton Trust and Finance Co. Ltd; MP (Ind) Dover, 1921–22; late Chief Inspector of Clothing, Royal Army Clothing Department (despatches); formerly Major Commanding A Squadron, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders; qualified Q Army List; commanded depôt of the regiment; lent to Air Ministry as personal assistant to late Lord Rothermere (First Secretary of State), and represented the Ministry on Army Agricultural Committee; served on Expenditure of Stores and Supplies Committee; Hon. Treasurer Anti-Waste League; Chairman and Chief Organizer United Empire Party

 
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