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Eden, Geoffrey Morton (1891 - 1955), Governor Star and Garter Home, Richmond

TOLLEMACHE, Lyonel Felix Carteret Eugene (1854 - 1952), a Governor, Star and Garter Home, Richmond

BURNHAM, Cecil (1887 - 1965), Consulting Surgeon to Star and Garter Home, since 1953; Hon. Consulting Surgeon to French Hospital, and to the Homœopathic Hospital, London

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SHEFFIELD, John (1910 - 1987), Commandant of the Star and Garter Home, Richmond, 1975–77, a Governor, since 1977

JOHN, Caspar (1903 - 1984), Vice-President, Star and Garter Home, since 1973 (Chairman, 1967–72); First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, 1960–64

COOPER, (Thomas) Edwin (1874 - 1942), Hon. Member, Lloyd’s; Royal Gold Medallist; Governor of Star and Garter Homes, Richmond and Sandgate; Member of Council, Nations Fund for Nurses, National Trust, London Society

BROOKS, William Donald Wykeham (1905 - 1993), retired; Consulting Physician: St Mary’s Hospital; Brompton Hospital; to the Royal Navy; to the King Edward VII Convalescent Home for Officers, Osborne; Chief Medical Officer, Eagle Star Insurance Co

GUTTMANN, Ludwig (1899 - 1980), Emeritus Consultant, Stoke Mandeville Hospital; Director: National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury, 1944–66; Stoke Mandeville Sports Stadium for the Paralysed and other Disabled, since 1969; Consultant to: Duchess of Gloucester House (Ministry of Labour) 1950; Star and Garter Home for Ex-Servicemen, Richmond (Vice-President, 1976); Chasely Home for Ex-Servicemen, Eastbourne

RAVEN, Ronald William (1904 - 1991), Consulting Surgeon, Westminster Hospital and Royal Marsden Hospital, since 1969; Surgeon, French Hospital, London, 1936–69; Cons. Surgeon (General Surgeon) Eversfield Chest Hospital 1937–48; Cons. Surgeon, Royal Star and Garter Home for Disabled Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen 1948–69

WILLIAMS, Denis (John) (1908 - 1990), Hon. Consulting Neurologist: St George’s Hospital; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Hon. Consulting Physician, National Hospital, Queen Square; Hon. Neurologist, Star and Garter Home, Richmond; Hon. Civil Consultant in Neurology, RAF, British Airways; Civil Consultant in Electro-encephalography, RAF and Army

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

THOMSON, (Matthew) Sydney (1894 - 1969), Hon. Consulting Physician to King’s College Hospital and Camberwell Group of Hospitals; Emeritus Lecturer, King’s College Hospital; retired as Physician for Diseases of the Skin, King’s College Hosp., Belgrave Hosp. for Children, Dulwich, Fulham and St Giles Hosps; was Consulting Dermatologist to the London County Council, EMS, RMIG, St Dunstan’s, Star and Garter Home, Booksellers’ Prov. Inst., etc

RIDOUT, Dudley Howard (1866 - 1941), Borough Councillor, Richmond, Surrey; Governor and Committee of Management Star and Garter Home for Disabled Men; Vice-Chairman Royal Hospital Richmond, Holloway Sanatorium, Virginia Water; Chairman, South Middlesex and Richmond Joint Hospital Board; President Richmond Branch Soldiers and Sailors and Air Force Association, BP Scouts Group and Richmond Division St John Ambulance Brigade; Commissioner of Taxes, Surrey; Member Territorial Association, Surrey

GILLESPIE, A. Lockhart (1865 - 1904), Physician; Medical Registrar, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Medical Officer to Donaldson’s Hospital, the Edinburgh Merchant Company, Association for the Relief of Incurables at their Own Homes, and the Dunlop Cancer Fund; Examiner in Materia Medica for the RCPEd; member of several societies in Scotland; Physician to the English and Scottish Law Life Assurance Association for Scotland; Medical Referee Sun, Star, and New York Life Association


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The star around which a being's or species' homeworld orbits.1939 C. D. Simak Cosmic Engineers Astounding S‐F (Feb.) 142 One of the planets of their old home star, fourth out ...

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