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Francis Home

(1719—1813) physician


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Home, Francis (1719-1813), physician

GRIFFITHS, Francis Home (1877 - 1961), DL Hampshire; JP Winchester

Aubyn, Francis Cecil St (1895 - 1978), JP; DL; late Major Gren. Guards; Colonel Home Guard

FRANCIS, Charles King (1851 - 1925), JP Home Counties; Metropolitan Police Magistrate, at Westminster, since 1896

CAIRNCROSS, Neil Francis (1920 - 2015), Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Home Office, 1972–80

FOORD, Francis Layton (1874 - 1942), Government Secretary, Basutoland, 1930 and Deputy Resident Commissioner, 1931; retired 1934; Member of Home Guard

GRAHAM-HARRISON, Francis Laurence Theodore (1914 - 2001), Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Home Office, 1963–74

WYLDBORE-SMITH, (Francis) Brian (1913 - 2005), General Officer Commanding, 44th Division (TA) and Home Counties District, 1965–68; Director, Conservative Board of Finance, 1970–92

JARVIS, Charles Francis Cracroft (died 1957), Member of Lloyd’s; DL Lincolnshire; JP Kesteven; formerly of the Yorkshire Regt; late commander 12th Lindsey Home Guard Bn

Francis MacDonnell. Insidious Foes: The Axis Fifth Column and the American Home Front. New York: Oxford University Press. 1995. Pp. ix, 244. $35.00

BATEMAN, Francis John Harvey (died 1920), JP County of London; Civil Surgeon, Lewisham Military Hospital; Senior Medical Officer, Blackheath and Charlton Hospital; Hon. Medical Officer, Belmont Home for Ladies, Lewisham, Dartmouth Home for Crippled Boys, Blackheath, and St Dunstan’s Annexe for Blinded Soldiers, Blackheath; Medical Adviser, Blackheath High School

MURPHY, George Francis (1883 - 1962), AMF; Director Volunteer Defence Corps since 1940; Provost Marshal Allied Land Forces, Australia; Director of Military Prisons and Detention Barracks, Australia; Comptroller-General of Prisons, NSW, 1939–53; Director Home Guard, Army HQ

BEHRENS, Edgar Charles (1885 - 1975), Chairman, Craig Convalescent Home for Children, Morecambe, 1927–67; Director (previously Chairman): Sir Jacob Behrens & Sons Ltd, Bradford, Manchester and Hong Kong; Francis Willey (British Wools, 1935) Ltd, Bradford, and other textile companies in Manchester

Partington, Edward (1836 - 1925), JP, DL Derbyshire; Director of the Manchester and Liverpool District Bank; Officer’s Cross of Order of Francis Joseph of Austria; presented a Convalescent Home to the Borough of Glossop; Freeman of the Borough of Glossop

COX, Michael Francis (1852 - 1926), Physician St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician Children’s Hospital, Temple Street; Linden Convalescent Home; and Our Lady’s Hospice; Member of Senate and Chairman of Convocation, National University of Ireland

Insidious Foes: The Axis Fifth Column and the American Home Front. By Francis MacDonnell. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. xii, 244 pp. $35.00, ISBN 0-19-509268-6.)

FELBERMAN, Louis (1861 - 1927), late Chairman Francis Joseph Institute; Founder and acting President Hungarian Society for Encouragement of Home Industries; Fellow of the Hungarian Geographical Society; Hungarian Ethnographical Society, and several learned Societies; Knight of the Imperial Order Francis Joseph; Officer of the Royal Orders St Sava and Takova

HART, F(rancis) Dudley (1909 - 2004), Physician, and Physician-in-charge Rheumatism Unit, Westminster Hospital, SW1, 1946–74; Emeritus Physician: Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London; Westminster Hospital; lately Consulting Rheumatologist, The Star and Garter Home for Disabled Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen, Richmond; lately Hon. Consulting Physician (Civilian) to the Army

The Parasites of Homo sapiens: an Annotated Checklist of the Protozoa, Helminths and Arthropods for Which We Are Home, 2nd edition. R. W. Ashford & W. Crewe. London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 2003. vii +142 pp. Price £50.00 hardback; £24.99 softback. ISBN 0-415-31118-7 hardback; 0-415-27688-8 softback

 
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