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HARVEY, Thomas Edmund (1875 - 1955), Master of the Guild of St George, 1934–51; Chairman, National Loan Collection Trust

GILES, Roy Curtis (born 1932), Administrative Consultant, Busoga Trust, 1991–2011; Head Master, Highgate School, 1974–89

BEER, Ian David Stafford (born 1931), Head Master of Harrow, 1981–91; Chairman of Trustees, RFU Injured Players Foundation, 2008–11 (Founder, 1993, Trustee, 1993–2008, and Chairman of Trustees, 2005–08, SPIRE Rugby Trust (formerly SPIRE); Chairman of Trustees, RFU Charitable Trust, 2005–08)

NEEDHAM, Raymond (Walter) (died 1965), Master Treasurer, Middle Temple, 1953; Reader (1945) General Commissioner of Taxes, Middle Temple; a Trustee of the Ciba Foundation for Medical and Chemical Research; Hon. Treas Outward Bound Trust

EVERITT, Barry John (born 1946), Master, Downing College, Cambridge, 2003–13 (Fellow, 1976–2003; Hon. Fellow, 2013); Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, since 1997; Provost, Gates Cambridge Trust, since 2013

Wilson, V. J. 2001. Duikers of Africa: Masters of the African Forest Floor: A Study of Duikers, Hunting, People, and Bushmeat. Chipangali Wildlife Trust, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 798 pp, Reprinted in 2005 by Zimbi Books, Pretoria, South Africa (www.zimbibooks.com). No ISBN number, price (hardbound), R650 (trade) and R990 (limited) + shipping to North America, approximately R955

GRIGGS, Frederick Landseer Maur (1876 - 1938), Fellow Royal Society of Painter Etchers and Engravers; Hon. Associate Royal Institute of British Architects; Master Art Workers’ Guild, 1934; Member Executive Committees of the National Trust, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, Council for the Preservation of Rural England

John-Stevas, Norman Antony Francis St (1929 - 2012), PC 1979; FRSL 1966; Master, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1991–96, Life Fellow, 1996; Chairman: Royal Fine Art Commission, 1985–99; Royal Fine Art Commission Educational Trust, since 1985; Sky Arts, 2007–10; Grand Bailiff and Head of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem in England and Wales, since 2000; author, barrister and journalist

BENTLEY, Richard (1854 - 1936), Vice-President and for over a quarter of a century one of the Treasurers of the Royal Literary Fund; Trust and Vice-Chairman of King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor; President, Royal Meteorological Society, 1905–06; Fellow of Society of Antiquaries and of Linnean, Royal Geographical, Statistical, and Royal Botanic Societies; Master of the Worshipful Company of Stationers, 1924–25

BILLIMORIA, Shapoorjee (1877 - 1958), Sheriff of Bombay, 1935; President Parsee Panchayat Funds; Trustee, Sir Jamshedjee Jeejeebhoy Charity Funds and over a dozen other charity trusts and institutions; Member All India Accountancy Board (Chairman Bombay Local Committee); Chairman of Advisory Panel of Accountants; Pres. The Rotary Club of Bombay, 1936; Director, Rotary International, 1943 (Governor, 1939–40) (2nd Vice-Pres.); Grand Supt of the Dist Grand Royal Arch Chapter of India under Scotland; Grand Master of All Scottish Freemasonry in India, Pakistan and Ceylon; Fiscal Agent, for Rotary Internat., India, since 1948

MANN, James Gow (1897 - 1962), Surveyor of the Queen’s Works of Art since 1952 (of King George VI’s Works of Art, 1946–52); Master of the Armouries, The Tower of London, since 1939; Director of the Wallace Collection since 1936; Hon. Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries (Director 1944–49, President 1949–54); Chairman, National Buildings Record; Member: Advisory Cttee, Royal Mint; Archbishop’s Historic Churches Preservation Trust; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England); Historic Buildings Council for England; a Trustee, College of Arms; a Governor of the National Army Museum

STEWART, Frederick (Charles) (died 1950), Chairman of Thermotank Ltd, Thermotank Engineering Co., Ltd, Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Newcastle, of Thermotank (SA) (Pty) Ltd Johannesburg, and of Thermotank (India) Ltd, also President of Thermotank (Canada) Ltd; Chairman: North British Locomotive Co., Ltd, Glasgow and London; North British Locomotive Co. (Africa) Ltd; Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd, Glasgow, London and Basingstoke; Kelvin & Hughes, Ltd; Clyde Confections Ltd; Deputy Chairman; Brown Bros & Co., Ltd; Henry Hughes & Son, Ltd; Director: William Baird & Co., Ltd; The Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank, Ltd; Eagle Star Insurance Co., Ltd; Scottish Industrial Estates Ltd; Hillington Industrial Estates Ltd; Bruas-Perak Rubber Estates Ltd; Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Second Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Third Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd; S. Smith & Sons (England) Ltd; Midland Bank Ltd; Midland Bank Executors & Trustee Co. Ltd; Western Reversion Trust Ltd; Consulting Ventilating Engineer to Ministry of Sea Transport; Past President, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 1941–43 (now Hon. Member); Assessor to the Rector of Glasgow University; Hon. Vice-President: Glasgow County Scout Council; Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts; Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums Associations; Zoological Society of Glasgow; Vice-President Institute of Industrial Administration; Member of Council, Institution of Naval Architects; Governor, Royal Scottish Academy of Music; Member: Clyde Navigation Trust; Lloyds Register of Shipping (Glasgow Committee); Hon. Company of Master Mariners, London; Wardens’ Court, The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, London; Institute of British Engineers; Admiralty Aeronautical Research Advisory Panel; Railway Staff Tribunal; Executive Council (and of Scottish Committee) of Festival of Britain, 1951; etc

Cohen, Henry (1900 - 1977), DL Lancs, JP; Chancellor of Hull University since 1970; Hon. Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge; Hon. Master of the Bench, Inner Temple; Professor of Medicine, University of Liverpool, 1934–65; Consulting Physician, Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, since 1924; President: Royal Society of Health, since 1958; Assoc. Study of Med. Educn; Internat. Acad. Hist. of Med.; (Life), Inst. of Health Education; Liverpool Playhouse, since 1961; Nat. Children’s Bureau, since 1965; Children’s Research Fund; (Life) Brit. Soc. History of Medicine; Assoc. of Sea and Airport Health Authorities, since 1965; Assoc. of Medical Secretaries, UK, since 1968; Hon. Pres., Internat. Congress of History and Medicine, 1972; Vis. Prof. of Med., NY State Univ., 1958; McGill Univ., Montreal, 1959; Chairman: Central Health Services Council, 1957–63; Standing Medical Advisory Cttee, Ministry of Health, 1948–63; several cttees and jt-cttees (Min. of Health), including Gen. Practice, Prescribing, Mental Nursing, Epilepsy, Welfare Foods, Poliomyelitis, Health Educn, Operational Research in Pharmaceutical Service, Safety of Drugs; Flour Panel, Ministry of Food, 1955; Jt-Cttee MRC and Nuffield Trust on Cortisone; RCP on Nomenclature; UK Foundation WHO; Advisory Res. Bd, Spastics Soc.; Advisory Panel on Medical History, Wellcome Trust

 

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1 A name sometimes used by unit-trust managers for their fund of funds.

2 A pool of assets held to support asset-backed securities.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.


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