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RIGG, Richard (1877 - 1942), Barr Inner Temple and King’s Inns, Dublin; Mayor of the City of Westminster, 1939–40; Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem

BROWN, Sydney Lawrence (1880 - 1947), Canon Residentiary and Master of the Fabric, Worcester, since 1944; Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Worcester and Director of Religious Studies, 1944; Commissary to Bishop in Jerusalem, 1938; Fellow of King’s College, 1943

STEVENSON, John Horne (1855 - 1939), KC; Marchmont Herald since 1925; Official Inspector of Flags for the Girl Guides, Scotland, since 1923; Knight of Justice of Order of St John of Jerusalem; Member King’s Bodyguard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers; Unicorn Pursuivant, 1902–25; member of Edinburgh Education Authority, 1915–25

HICKS, (Frederick Cyril) Nugent (1872 - 1942), Bishop of Lincoln since 1933; Chaplain and Sub-Prelate of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, 1928; Order of St Sava (1st Class) of Yugoslavia, 1932; Cross of the Order of the Redeemer (Greece), 1933; Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Roumania, 1935; Governor of Harrow School, 1927; Visitor Eton College and King’s College, Cambridge, Brasenose and Lincoln Colleges, Oxford; Hon. Fellow of Keble College, Oxford, 1933; Member of Council of Keble College, 1934; Select Preacher, Oxford University, 1934

NORRIS, William Foxley (1859 - 1937), Dean of Westminster since 1925; Dean of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath since 1926; Hon. Chaplain to the Royal Academy; sub-Prelate of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Fellow of King’s College, London; Member of Ecclesiastical Commission Board; Member of Advisory Council of Victoria and Albert Museum; Chairman Central Council for care of Churches; Chairman, House of Clergy in National Assembly to 1930; Chairman of the Governors of Westminster School; a Governor of Charterhouse

BADGEROW, George W. (1872 - 1937), formerly Dean and Surgeon, Hospital for Diseases of Throat and Ear, Golden Square, W.; Officer of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in London; Aural Surgeon Royal Normal College and Academy of Music for the Blind; Consulting Surgeon for Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Reedham Orphanage, Purley, and Hon. Laryngologist and Aurist, Warehouse Clerks’ and Drapers’ Schools, Russell Hill, Purley; Member Education Committee (LCC) of the King’s Residential Open Air School for London Children, Bushey Park; Hon. Lt-Col (CAMC) (despatches); Consulting Surgeon Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Duchess of Connaught’s Red Cross Hospital, Cliveden, Taplow, Bucks, and the Milton Hill Sectional Hospital, Steventon, Berks; the Ontario Military Hospital, Orpington; the King’s Canadian Hospital, Bushey, and the Officers’ Hospital (Daughters of the Empire); Consulting Surgeon in Throat, Nose, and Ear to the Livingstone Hospital, Dartford; Member of the Imperial War Graves Commission

PIXLEY, Francis W. (1852 - 1933), JP Bucks and County of London; one of HM’s Lieutenants for the City of London; DL Bucks; Hon. Col, late Lt-Col commanding 1st Cadet Batt. King’s Royal Rifle Corps; late Treasurer and Member of Headquarters Committee and District Commissioner for South Bucks (Baden Powell) Boy Scouts; a Knight of Justice and Receiver-General of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; late Chairman National Institution of Apprenticeship; Auditor to the Duchy of Lancaster; President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, 1903; represented the Institute at the first congress of the professional accountants of the USA held at the St Louis Exhibition, 1904; Treasurer of the Chartered Accountants Benevolent Association; Registrar of the Standing Council of the Baronetage; Barrister-at-Law; Member of the London Diocesan Fund; Member of Council and Joint Treasurer of the Queen’s Institute of District Nursing and Treasurer of Queen Mary’s Committee of same; Treasurer of Buckinghamshire War Pensions Committee; late Treasurer Buckinghamshire Architectural and Archæological Society; Treasurer Buckinghamshire Lace Association; Treasurer Buckinghamshire Branch National Playing Fields Association; Past Master of seven Masonic Lodges

 

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