John Lodge

(1692—1774) archivist and genealogist

'John Lodge' can also refer to...

Lodge, David [John] (1935– )

John Lodge Ellerton (1801—1873) composer

Lodge, David [John] (1935– )

Ellerton, John Lodge (1801 - 1873), composer

Ellerton, John Lodge (1801-1873), composer

Lodge, John (1692-1774), archivist and genealogist

LODGE, John (1890 - 1954), Headmaster, Nantwich and Acton Grammar School, 1932–50, retd

NEWELL, Edmund John (born 1961), Principal, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Foundation of St Catherine’s, Cumberland Lodge, since 2013

LODGE, John Robert (born 1958), a Circuit Judge, since 2008; Resident Judge, Basildon Combined Court Centre, since 2011

LODGE, Nicholas John (born 1961), Director General, Benefits and Credits, and a Commissioner, HM Revenue and Customs, since 2012

HOYOS, (Fabriciano) Alexander (1912 - 2001), former Lecturer, Cave Hill, University of the West Indies; retired History Teacher, Lodge School, St John

LODGE, David John (born 1935), writer; Emeritus Professor of English Literature, University of Birmingham, since 2001 (Professor of Modern English Literature, 1976–87, Hon. Professor, 1987–2000)

BRISCOE, John Hubert Daly (born 1933), Apothecary to HM Household, Windsor, and to HM the Queen Mother’s Household at Royal Lodge, 1986–97; Master, Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London, 2000–01

HOVELL, De Berdt (1850 - 1905), Dean of Waiapu, New Zealand, from 1889; Vicar of the Cathedral Parish of St John the Evangelist, Napier, from 1878; Chaplain to the NZ Forces from 1878; Past Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons of New Zealand

CLAYTON, John Pilkington (born 1921), Apothecary to HM Household at Windsor, 1965–86; Surgeon Apothecary to HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s Household at the Royal Lodge, Windsor, 1965–86; Senior Medical Officer, Eton College, 1965–86 (MO, 1962–65)

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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