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Edward Thomas John

(1857—1931) ironmaster and Welsh nationalist


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JOHN, Edward Thomas (1857 - 1931)

John, Edward Thomas (1857-1931), ironmaster and Welsh nationalist

LLOYD, Thomas Edward John (1856 - 1937), DL; JP; Land owner

1839 (6) To John, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Linnell, Edward Calvert, John Giles and Thomas Palmer

Edward Dodd i (1705 - 1810) and John Dodd (1752 - 1839) and Thomas Dodd (1764 - 1834) and James Dodd ii (1792 - 1865) and Edward Dodd iii (1792 - 1843)

Fisher, Frederic John, Charles Thomas Fisher, William Andrew Fisher, Lawrence P. Fisher, Edward Francis Fisher, and Alfred Joseph Fisher

PHILLIPS, Edward Thomas John (1930 - 2005), Controller, English Language and Literature Division, British Council, 1985–89; Consultant, British Executive Service Overseas, 1990–2000

PULLAN, John Marshall (1915 - 1998), Hon. Surgeon, St Thomas’ Hospital, London; late of King Edward VII Hospital, Bolingbroke Hospital, London and Royal Masonic Hospital, London

PERKINS, Joseph John (died 1928), Consulting Physician St Thomas’ Hospital, Brompton Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, and King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst

Criminal Churchmen in the Age of Edward III: The Case of Bishop Thomas de Lisle. By John Aberth. University Park, Pa.: The Pennsylvania University Press, 1996. 280 pp. $45.00

CHIGNELL, Anthony Hugh (born 1939), Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon: St Thomas’ Hospital, 1973–99; King Edward VII Hospital, 1985–2000; Hospitaller, St John of Jerusalem, 2002–08

John Aberth. Criminal Churchmen in the Age of Edward III: The Case of Bishop Thomas de Lisle. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. 1996. Pp. xxiv, 280. $45.00

HEALY, Thomas Edward John (born 1935), Professor of Anaesthesia, 1981–97, now Emeritus, and Head, School of Surgical Sciences, 1991–95, University of Manchester

FURLONG, Ronald (John) (1909 - 2002), Hon. Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon: St Thomas’ Hospital; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead; and lately to the Army

Richardson, John Samuel (1910 - 2004), President, General Medical Council, 1973–80; Hon. Consulting Physician: St Thomas’ Hospital; King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers; Consultant Emeritus to the Army; Consulting Physician: Metropolitan Police, 1957–80; London Transport Board, since 1964

BATTLE, Richard John Vulliamy (1907 - 1982), Plastic Surgeon, retired 1972; Hon. Consultant in Plastic Surgery: St Thomas’ Hospital; Westminster Hospital; Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Consultant in Plastic Surgery to the Army, 1955–71

“Non-Germans” under the Third Reich: The Nazi Judicial and Administrative System in Germany and Occupied Eastern Europe, with Special Regard to Occupied Poland, 1939–1945, Diemut Majer, translated by Peter Thomas Hill, Edward Vance Humphrey, and Brian Levin (Baltimore; London: Johns Hopkins University Press in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2003), 1,088 pp., $149.95.

LYNN-THOMAS, John (1861 - 1939), Consulting Surgeon to King Edward VII Hospital and to Welsh National Memorial Association (King Edward VII); late Consulting Surgeon Western Command, Hamadryad Hospital, Cardiff Dispensary, Porth Hospital, and the Bridgend Hospital; Col AMS; Deputy Inspector Military Orthopædics; Orthopædic Surgeon Roehampton House and Founder, Prince of Wales Hospital for limbless sailors and soldiers, Cardiff; Founder of Rookwood Hospital, Cardiff and Cardigan Memorial Hospital; Member of Council Royal College of Surgeons, England

Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, John Fiennes (1830 - 1907), [this Baron was 21st in descent from Geoffrey de Saye, who opposed King John and was one of the twenty-five Barons entrusted with enforcement of Magna Carta; 8th in descent was Joan, who m Sir William Fiennes, whose g s became 1st Baron, who when a prisoner in the Tower was dragged out by Jack Cade’s mob and beheaded in Cheapside, 1451; 2nd Baron landed with Edward IV, when preparing to regain the crown, but fell at Barnet, 1471; 8th Baron was a Commissioner for the Public Safety in the time of Charles I, and a distinguished Parliamentarian; 9th Baron’s d of Elizabeth m John Twisleton, 4th in descent from whom was Thomas Twisleton, who became 10th Baron]

 
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