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William Lodge

(1649—1689) etcher and landscape draughtsman


'William Lodge' can also refer to...

Lodge, William (1649)

LODGE, Oliver William Foster (1878 - 1955)

LODGE, William (1649 - 1689), Draughtsman, engraver

Lodge, William (1649-1689), etcher and landscape draughtsman

LODGE, Oliver Raymond William Wynlayne (1922 - 2009), Regional Chairman of Industrial Tribunals, London South Region, 1980–92

SPALDING, William F. (1879 - 1963), Author, Retired Banker; Associate City of London College; Fellow Royal Economic Society; Chaplain and PM, Authors Lodge; Hon. Fellow Grand College of Rites (USA)

MAY, Richard William Legerton (1902 - 1967), retd as Surgeon Apothecary to HM Household, Windsor, (1952–65) and to HM The Queen Mother’s Household at the Royal Lodge, Windsor (1956–65); Hon. Cons. Physician to Eton Coll., Royal Holloway Coll. and King Edward VII Hospital; Consultant Physician to King Edward VII Hosp., Windsor

PRESCOTT, William (Henry) (1874 - 1945), Barrister-at-law (Gray’s Inn); Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts; Chairman, Metropolitan Water Board, 1928–40; Chairman, Lee Conservancy Board; Chairman, Lee Conservancy Catchment Board; Member of the Lee Valley Drainage Commission; Past President British Waterworks Association (Inc.); Member, Government Water Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Health; Member Government Roads Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Transport; Past Grand Deacon, United Grand Lodge of England; Past Master, Worshipful Company of Paviors: Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Glaziers; Freeman of the City of London; High Sheriff of Middlesex, 1929; and of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, 1938; Alderman of the Middlesex County Council, Chairman, 1936–37; Chairman of the East Middlesex Drainage Committee; Represents Middlesex County Council on the Metropolitan Water Board; Chairman, Edmonton Petty Sessional Division of County of Middlesex, 1936–42; Governor, Tottenham Grammar School; Governor of the Prince of Wales’ General Hospital (Tottenham); Past Chairman of Tottenham Polytechnic, Girls’ High School, County School, and Grammar School; MP (CU) North Tottenham, Dec. 1918–22; Consulting Civil Engineer

 
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