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Mary Knight

(c. 1621—1703) singer


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Mary Ann Knight (1776—1851) miniature painter

Wood, Mary Knight (7 April 1857)

Knight, Mary Ann (1776-1851), miniature painter

KNIGHT, Mary Ann (1776 - 1851), Miniaturist, draughtswoman

Wood, Mary Knight (1857 - 1944), composer, pianist, teacher

Knight, Mary (bap. 1631, d. in or after 1698), singer

The Deathly Conformity of Irish Women: Novels by Mary O’Donnell and Susan Knight

KNIGHT, Herbert Theodore (1869 - 1934), Vicar of St Mary’s, Shortlands, Kent, since 1913; Rural Dean of Bromley since 1930; Proctor in Convocation; Hon. Canon of Rochester

CRITCHETT, George Anderson (1845 - 1925), Surgeon Oculist to the King, since 1901; Knight of Grace Order of St John; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital, London; 1st President Council of British Ophthalmologists

The Chronicle of Prussia by Nicolaus von Jeroschin: A History of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia, 1190–1331. Trans. Mary Fischer. Aldershot: Ashgate (Crusade Texts in Translation 20), 2010. 306 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978–0–7546–5309–7

NASH, Vincent (1865 - 1942), created Knight Commander of the Order of St Gregory the Great by His Holiness Pius the X 1909; High Sheriff of Limerick 1902; received Coronation Medal, 1902; JP, DL; late temporary Major and Registrar of Queen Mary’s Military Hospital, Whalley, Lancashire

WILLCOX, William Henry (1870 - 1941), Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Consulting Physician to St Mary’s Hospital, London, W; Senior Physician, London Fever Hospital and St Luke’s Hostel for the Clergy; Visitor for Privy Council to the Examinations of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain

HANNAY, Walter Fergusson (Leisrinck) (1904 - 1961), Consulting Physician to Hospital Saturday Fund; Knight Chirurgeon to Knights of the Round Table; Medical Consultant to Open Way Clinic; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine; Fellow of Hunterian Society (on council); Past President, Chelsea Clinical Society; Member, Medical Society of London; Member, Harveian Society; Member, Osler Club (Med. writing); Clinical Assistant (Senior Hospital Medical Officer) West End Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery; Clinical Assistant St Mary’s Hospital; Divisional Surgeon St John Ambulance Brigade, London (Prince of Wales’s) District

BOULTON, Harold (Edwin) (1859 - 1935), Knight of Justice of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; late Capt. Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, Militia; Captain, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders, 1914–17 (British War Medal); Hon. Treasurer Queen Mary’s Royal Naval Hospital, Southend, 1914–19; Chairman Queen Mary’s Hostels for Nurses, 1915–21; President of the Scottish Literature and Song Association, Aberdeen, 1929; a Director of the Royal Academy of Music, 1931; an ovate bard of Wales (title Prydydd Genheddloed Prydain)

SMITH, Maynard (1875 - 1928), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital; Surgeon to London Fever Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, St Luke’s House; Hon. Surgeon Royal Masonic Institute for Girls; Consulting Surgeon, King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, Ealing; formerly Senior Assistant Surgeon, Victoria Hospital for Children, and Surgeon in charge of the Orthopædic Department, St Mary’s Hospital; Fellow of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and of the Société Internationale de Chirurgie

The Chronicle of Prussia by Nicolaus von Jeroschin: A History of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia, 1190–1331, tr. Mary Fischer Crusading and Chronicle Writing on the Medieval Baltic Frontier: A Companion to the Chronicle of Henry of Livonia, ed. Marek Tamm, Linda Kaljundi and Carsten Selch Jensen

SHEPPARD, John Tresidder (1881 - 1968), Knight Commander of the Order of the Redeemer (Greece); Provost, King’s College, Cambridge, and Senior Fellow of Eton College, 1933–54; Brereton Reader in Classics, 1931–47; Associate Fellow, Berkeley College, Yale; Hon. Fellow of New College, Oxford, and of Queen Mary College, London

O’DONOVAN, William James (died 1955), Knight of St Gregory the Great; Consulting Physician Skin Dept, London Hosp.; Consultant Whipp’s Cross Hosp.; Dermatologist, St Andrew’s Hosp., Dollis Hill; Cons. Skin Physician, St Paul’s Hosp. and Queen Mary’s Hosp., Stratford; late Pres. Dermatological Section and Chm. Marylebone Div., Brit. Med. Assoc.; Emeritus Dermatologist, St James Hosp., Balham; ex-Pres. Dermat. Sec. Roy. Soc. Med.; late Col RAMC, Adviser in Dermatology, MEF; Chairman Univ. of London Conservative Association, 1934–37, Pres. since 1937; Chm. London Conservative Union, 1947; Member Cttee Convocation, Univ. of London

OPENSHAW, Thomas Horrocks (1856 - 1929), Consulting Surgeon, London Hospital; Senior Consulting Surgeon, Queen Mary’s Hospital for the Limbless, Roehampton House, SW; Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Colonel AMS (retired); late Lecturer on Anatomy and Surgery, London Hospital; Consulting Surgeon Royal National Orthopædic Hospital and late Surgeon (now member of the Committee) Royal Surgical Aid Society; Consulting Surgeon Poplar Accident Hospital, Tilbury Dock Hospital, Sidcup Cottage Hospital, Woolwich Cottage Hospital; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine, Medical and Hunterian Societies; late Consulting Surgeon, Eastern Command; late Surgeon King Edward VII’s Hospital; late Lieut-Colonel Lincolnshire Yeomanry; Territorial Decoration

 
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