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Historical Manuscripts Commission


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Historical Manuscripts Commission

Historical Manuscripts Commission

Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts

Historical Manuscripts, Royal Commission on

Historical Manuscripts, Royal Commission on

KITCHING, Christopher John (born 1945), Secretary, Historical Manuscripts Commission, National Archives (formerly Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts), 1992–2004

SMITH, Brian Stanley (born 1932), Secretary, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 1982–92

BROOKS, (William) Eric St John (1883 - 1955), Editor, historical works, Irish Manuscripts Commission, since 1949

DAVIS, Godfrey Rupert Carless (1917 - 1997), Secretary, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 1972–81

ELLIS, Roger Henry (1910 - 1998), Secretary, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 1957–72

KINGSLEY, Nicholas William (born 1957), Head, Archives Sector Development (formerly National Advisory Services), and Secretary, Historical Manuscripts Commission, National Archives, since 2005

Cozens-Hardy, Herbert Hardy (1838 - 1920), PC 1901; Chairman of Historical Manuscripts Commission since 1907; Master of the Rolls, 1907–18

EDWARDS, (John) Goronwy (1891 - 1976), Director of the Institute of Historical Research and Professor of History, University of London, 1948–60, Professor Emeritus, 1960; Hon. Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, 1949; Chairman, Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, 1955–67; Member, Ancient Monuments Board for Wales, 1959–74; Member, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, since 1953

FERGUSSON of Kilkerran, James (1904 - 1973), JP; Lord Lieutenant of Ayrshire, since 1969; Member: Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers); Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts; Scottish Cttee on the History of Parliament

 

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Established in 1869, as a Royal Commission under the Master of the Rolls, to discover and describe historic papers in private, institutional, and public hands in Britain. The HMC’s ...

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