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TAYLOR, Lionel Robert Stewart (1915 - 1972), Civilian Consultant in Otolaryngology to Royal Navy, since 1962; Cons. ENT Surgeon: Charing Cross Hospital since 1950; Royal Masonic Hospital since 1962; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers, since 1963

BLACK, William George (1857 - 1932), Member of Panel of ex-Officers Employment Bureau, Clement’s Inn; Vice-Chairman of St Mungo’s College, Glasgow; Chairman of Ophthalmic Institution, Glasgow; a Trustee of the Navy League; Member of Executive Committee of Navy League, and Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch; Ex-President of Glasgow Archæological Society; local Secretary for Scotland of Society of Antiquaries of London; late Member of Council of Congress of Archæological Societies, London; late Member of Committee of Management of Philip Stott College (Unionist Association); Chairman of Glasgow Good Government League; Member of Council of Scottish Branch of British Red Cross Society; JP

Roper-Curzon, Christopher John Henry (1896 - 1972), King Haakon Cross of Liberty; Younger Brother of Trinity House; formerly a Deputy Speaker of House of Lords and Deputy Chairman of Committees; HM Lieutenant of the City of London; a Director of British Sailors Society; a Governor and Member of Managing Committee of Royal National Lifeboat Institute, Chancellor of the Primrose League, 1948; Member, Council, Navy League; Member Post Office Advisory Board; Member of Court of Directors of Royal Exchange Assurance

CROSS, Alexander Galbraith (1908 - 1996), ophthalmic surgeon; lately Dean of the Medical School, St Mary’s Hospital; Civilian Consultant in Ophthalmology, Royal Navy, 1946–76; Consultant Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital, 1947–73; Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, St Mary’s Hospital, 1946–73; Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital, 1954–73; Ophthalmic Surgeon, St Dunstan’s, 1946–84; Hon. Consultant Ophthalmologist, Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1968–82

GALLOWAY, James (1862 - 1922), Colonel AMS; Senior Physician, and Lecturer on Medicine, Charing Cross Hospital; Censor, Royal College of Physicians; Consulting Physician, Metropolitan Asylums Board; Examiner in Medicine, University of London; late Consulting Physician, 1st and 2nd Armies, BEF, and Chief Commissioner for Medical Services, Ministry of National Service; Examiner Conjoint Board, Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, England; Member Examining Board, Royal Navy, Medical Service

ALLBERRY, Albert Spenser (1880 - 1949), Assistant Editor, The Field, April 1946, and Advisory Editor Golf Illustrated; Publicity Officer to Air Ministry and Head of Branch for RAF Exhibitions in liberated countries until April 1946; Editor of Citizen Service (incorporating Rising Strength); Assistant Editor The Navy; Editor-in-Chief Red Cross and St John Emergency Committee, 1939; Pilot Officer RAFVR, 1940, resigned owing to health; in 1942 flew Atlantic in bomber on special mission to USA for the Air Ministry; Free Lance Journalist; Press Liaison Officer, Sea Power, Empire Art and other important Art Exhibitions; Editor-in-Chief Holiday Travel; Editor of This Homeland of Ours, 3 vols; Editor of Piccadilly, 1929–30; late Editor-in-Chief of the Bystander; Acting Editor, 1916; Assistant Editor and Art Editor, 1909

ROGERS, Lambert Charles (1897 - 1961), Professor of Surgery, University of Wales; Director of Surgical Unit, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff Royal Infirmary; Consultant in Neuro-surgery to Royal Navy; Surgeon to United Cardiff Hosps.; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Prince of Wales Orthopædic Hospital, Cardiff; Adviser in Surgery, Welsh Regional Hospital Board; External Examiner in Surgery for Fellowship of RCS (I) and RCS (Edin.); Mem. Council RCS of Eng., 1943–59 (Examiner in Anatomy for Fellowship); Fellow of Anatomical Society of R. Soc. Med. and of Assoc. of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (Pres. 1951–52); Hon. Mem. Soc. of Brit. Neurological Surgeons (Pres. 1948–50), Moynihan Chirurgical Club (Hon. Sec. 1940–50, Pres. 1950–52); BMA Pres. Section of Surgery, 1953. Pres. S. Wales and Mon. Branch, 1960–61; Cardiff Medical Soc. (Pres. 1954–55) and of Welsh Surgical Soc. (Pres. 1953–58); Pres. local branch of Royal College of Nursing, 1955–56; Pres. Section of Surgery, Roy. Soc. Med., 1960–61; Hon. Mem. Society of Australasian Neurological Surgeons; Membre Honoraire Étranger de la Soc. Belge de Chirurgie; Member International Soc. of Surgery (British Delegate, 1947–); Hon. Life Mem., and Vice-Pres. Glamorgan Branch, British Red Cross Society; Vice-Pres. Cardiff Business Club


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U.S. military decoration awarded for valor in combat against an armed enemy of the United States. Established on February 4, 1919, the Navy Cross may be awarded to personnel serving ...

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