Council of Oxford

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Oxford, Council of (May 1177)

SHERRINGTON, Charles Scott (1857 - 1952), late Waynflete Professor of Physiology, Oxford; late Member of Medical Research Council of Privy Council

JONES, Idris Deane (1899 - 1947), member of Hebdomadal Council, Oxford University, since 1941

FORD, Charles Edmund (1912 - 1999), Member of Medical Research Council’s External Staff, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford, 1971–78, retired

EDWARDS, William Gilbert (1846 - 1936), Hon. Canon of the Cathedral Church of Christ, Oxford; Surrogate (Bishop’s); Hon. Secretary of Oxford Diocesan Church Schools Appeal Fund; Member of the Oxford Diocesan Conference and Member of the Oxford Diocesan Council of Education

STOBIE, William (1886 - 1957), Honorary Physician United Oxford Hospitals; Hon. Physician, Osler Pavilion for diseases of the chest, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, and Oxford Eye Hospital; Consultant Physician EMS; Cardiologist and Medical Specialist Ministry of Pensions, Oxford Area; Consultant for Tuberculosis, Oxford County Borough Council, and Oxfordshire County Council

MELLANBY, John (1878 - 1939), Waynflete Professor of Physiology, Oxford University, since 1936; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; late Editor of Physiological Abstracts; Member of Medical Research Council since 1936

PORTER, Rodney Robert (1917 - 1985), Whitley Professor of Biochemistry, 1967–85, Fellow, Trinity College, since 1967, University of Oxford; Hon. Director, Medical Research Council Immunochemistry Unit, Oxford, since 1967

WILSON, Robert James (died 1897), Warden of Keble College, Oxford, from 1894; Member of Hebdomadal Council; Hon. Fellow of Merton, 1894

RALEIGH, Thomas (1850 - 1920), KC; Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, since 1876; Member of Council of India, 1909–13

TOYE, John Francis Joseph (born 1942), Chairman, Advisory Council, Department of International Development, University of Oxford, since 2010

WOOD, Thomas (1892 - 1950), composer; Hon. Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford; Member Executive Committee and Chairman Music Panel, Arts Council of Great Britain, since 1949

Robertson, Edmund (1845 - 1911), DL; Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1872; Reader on Law to the Council of Legal Education

STUART-JONES, Henry (1867 - 1939), Principal of University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1927–34; Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales, 1929–31; Hon. Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, 1928; Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, 1935; Hon. Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, 1936; Supernumerary Welsh Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, 1928–29, 1932–33; member of the Council of that body, 1918–21; a representative thereof on the Union Académique Internationale, 1922; Member of the Hebdomadal Council of Oxford University, 1920–27, and of the Councils of St David’s College, Lampeter and Trinity College, Carmarthen; Member of the Council of the National Library of Wales; Member of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales

CAIRNCROSS, Frances (Anne) (born 1944), Rector, Exeter College, University of Oxford, 2004–14; Chairman, Economic and Social Research Council, 2001–07

The Chapter VII Powers of the United Nations Security Council. By Erika De Wet. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2004. xviii + 413 pp. £50

BRUCE, Alice Moore (1867 - 1951), Hon. Fellow of Somerville College, Oxford; Vice-President of GPDST; Member of Council of University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, retired; President of Council of Aberdare Hall, Cardiff, retired

MACKENNAL, Alexander (1835 - 1904), Chairman of the Council of Mansfield College, Oxford, from 1891; Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales, 1887; President of the National Council of the Evangelical Free Churches, 1899–1900; Carew Lecturer Hartford Seminary, Conn, USA, 1901

TREVELYAN, Ernest John (1850 - 1924), Assessor, Chancellor’s Court, Oxford, since 1910; Fellow and Subwarden, All Souls College, Oxford; Member Oxford University Hebdomadal Council, 1914–20; Chairman Court of Referees under National Insurance Act (Unemployment Insurance), Oxford; Chairman Local Munitions Tribunal, Oxford and Reading, 1914–19


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(May 1177).

Following the death in 1176 of Richard fitz Gilbert, alias Strongbow, lord of Leinster, administration of his lands became the responsibility of the English crown during the minority ...

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