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NEWSHOLME, Arthur (1857 - 1943), late Principal Medical Officer, Local Government Board

BALLARD, Edward (1820 - 1897), retired Medical Inspector of Local Government Board

BOURKE, Edmund (1857 - 1939), late Commissioner Local Government Board (Ireland)

WILLCOCKS, G. Waller (died 1918), Chief Engineering Inspector, Local Government Board, 1902–13

CHAMBERLIN, Arthur George (died 1925), late Senior District Auditor Local Government Board

THORNE, Richard Thorne (1841 - 1899), Principal Medical Officer to Local Government Board

BARCLAY, Robert Buchanan (1843 - 1919), General Superintendent of Poor, Local Government Board for Scotland (retired)

RUSSELL, James Burn (1837 - 1905), Medical Member of Local Government Board for Scotland from 1898

PARSONS, Henry Franklin (1846 - 1913), Assistant Medical Officer, Local Government Board, 1892–1911

MacCULLAGH, James Acheson (1854 - 1918), JP; Medical Inspector Local Government Board

JERRED, Walter (Tapper) (1864 - 1918), Assistant Secretary, Local Government Board, since 1910

DOLTON, David (died 1932), late Principal Clerk, Legislative Department, Local Government Board

BROWN, David (died 1935), Assistant Secretary, Local Government Board for Scotland, 1909; retired, 1917

TULLOCH, Hector (1835 - 1922), late Royal Engineers; late Chief Engineering Inspector, Local Government Board

McNEILL, Malcolm (1839 - 1919), late Chairman of the Local Government Board for Scotland; retired

MIVART, Frederick St George (died 1925), late Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board

PITTS, Thomas (1857 - 1919), Assistant Secretary Local Government Board, 1897–1917

POWER, William Henry (1842 - 1916), late Principal Medical Officer to Local Government Board

 

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Created in 1872 to replace the Irish Poor Law Commission. The board, which was made up of the chief secretary, the under‐secretary, a vice‐president, and two commissioners, took over responsibility ...

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