Samuel Holland

(1803—1892) slate industrialist and railway promoter

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Holland, Samuel (1803-1892), slate industrialist and railway promoter

Samuel Rowland’s ‘Fawnguest’ and Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan

Stephen J. Hornsby. Surveyors of Empire: Samuel Holland, J. W. F. Des Barres, and the Making of The Atlantic Neptune.

SHOVE, Ralph Samuel (1889 - 1966), JP; County Court Judge, Circuit 17 (Lincolnshire), 1945–60, retd; Chairman Quarter Sessions, Parts of Kesteven, from 1946, and Chairman Parts of Holland from 1946; Vice-Chairman Quarter Sessions, Parts of Lindsey, from 1945

SMITH, Bertram Abel (1879 - 1947), ADC to the King, 1926; a Director of M. Samuel & Co. Ltd; Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd; the Shell Transport and Trading Co. Ltd; The Nineteen Twenty-eight Investment Trust Ltd; The Nineteen Twenty-nine Investment Trust Ltd; The Perham Investment Trust Ltd; The English and Dutch Investment Trust, Ltd; Bataafsche Petroleum Company; National Provincial Bank, Ltd; Chairman, Brown Harriman & Co. Ltd

WILSON, Samuel Alexander Kinnier (1874 - 1937), Senior Neurologist, King’s College Hospital; Physician, National Hospital, Queen Square; Consulting Neurologist, Metropolitan Asylums Board (LCC); Croonian Lecturer Royal College of Physicians, London, 1925; Morison Lecturer Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 1930; Officier d’Instruction Publique, RF; Honorary Member, Neurological Societies of Italy, Poland, Denmark, Holland, Paris, Vienna, New York, Philadelphia, Society of German Neurologists, and Medical Society of Copenhagen; Hon. Member, American Neurological Association; Hon. Fellow Royal Academy of Medicine, Turin; Hon. Member Royal Academy of Medicine, Belgium, National Academy of Medicine, Rio de Janeiro; editor, Journal of Neurology and Psychopathology

POWER, D’Arcy (1855 - 1941), Consulting Surgeon and Archivist to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Hunterian Trustee Royal College of Surgeons of England; Hon. Librarian Royal College of Surgeons of England; Foreign Corresponding Member of Academy of Medicine, Paris; Hon. Fellow of American Surgical Association, and of Medical and Chirurgical Society of Buda-Pesth; Hon. Fellow Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association of North America; Corresponding Member of the Dutch Association for the History of Medicine, Physics and Mathematics; President of the Bibliographical Society, 1926–28; The Samuel Pepys Club, 1925–28; President of the Section of Comparative Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1926–28; President of the Section of Surgery, the British Medical Association, 1926–27; President d’honneur at Geneva Congress of International Society of the History of Medicine and of Société Internationale de Chirurgie, 1940; Visiting Lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1930–31; a Manager of the Metropolitan Asylums Board (Min. H), 1922–27; Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC (T)

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