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King William's College


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WILLIAMS, Martin Lloyd (born 1947), Professor, Environmental Research Group, King’s College London, since 2010

VROOM, Fenwick Williams (1856 - 1944), Dean of Divinity (Emeritus) at King’s College, Halifax, NS

REES-JONES, Geoffrey Rippon (1914 - 2004), Principal, King William’s College, Isle of Man, 1958–79

WILSON, Sydney Ernest (died 1973), retired as Principal of King William’s College, Isle of Man (1935–58)

WALTERS, Frank Bridgman (1851 - 1899), Principal of King William’s College, Isle of Man, from 1886

WILLIAMS, David Iorwerth (1913 - 1994), Dean, King’s College Hospital Medical School, 1966–77, then Dean Emeritus and Fellow; formerly: Consultant in Dermatology, King’s College Hospital; Consultant to Kuwait Health Office, London

WILLIAMS, Charles Harold (1895 - 1981), Emeritus Professor of History in the University of London (Head, Department of History, and Assistant Principal, 1945–63, King’s College); Fellow of King’s College, London

HUDSON-WILLIAMS, Harri Llwyd (1911 - 1998), Professor of Greek in the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (formerly King's College, Newcastle upon Tyne, University of Durham), 1952–76 and Head of Department of Classics, 1969–76; then Emeritus Professor

WILLIAMS, Charles Theodore (1838 - 1912), Consulting Physician to Hospital for Consumption, Brompton, from 1894; and to King Edward VII’s Sanatorium for Consumption; Hon. Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford; Treasurer, President, Royal Meteorological Society (retired)

WILLIAMS, Ralph Paul (1874 - 1939), Medical Officer and Chief Examiner in Hygiene, Board of Education; Lecturer on Hygiene, King’s College Hospital; Lieutenant-Colonel RAF; Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine; Fellow of the Royal Sanitary Institute; British Representative on the International Committee on Open Air Education; President Listerian Soc. of King’s College Hospital, 1933–34; formerly Professor of Public Health, University of Sheffield; Chief School Medical Officer and Deputy Medical Officer of Health, City of Sheffield

GELL, James (1823 - 1905), JP; Clerk of the Rolls, Isle of Man, from 1900, and Acting Governor, July–Oct. 1902; ex-officio Member of the Legislative and Executive Councils, and a Trustee of King William’s College; Chairman of the Insular Justices from 1879; a Church Commissioner, 1895

WILLIAMS, Richard Tecwyn (1909 - 1979), (first) Professor of Biochemistry at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School (University of London), 1949–76, now Emeritus Professor; Deputy Dean, St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, 1970–76; sometime Examiner, Universities of Wales, the West Indies, and Royal Veterinary College, Universities of Glasgow, Liverpool, St Andrews, Ibadan, Nigeria, Ghana, London, King Abdulaziz Univ. Jeddah, and Royal College of Physicians

 

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