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ROXBURGH, Eleanor Mary Ann (died 1929), Hon. Secretary The Queen’s Work for Women Fund

75 [Queen’s House, London] [c.22 March 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

79 [Queen’s House, London] [11 April 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

80 [Queen’s House, London] [14 April 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

88 [Queen’s House, London] [16 May 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

89 [Queen’s House, London] [post 17 May 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

92 [Queen’s Lodge, Windsor] [ June 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

CONNELL, Margaret Mary (born 1949), Principal, Queen’s College, London, 1999–2009

THIRLWALL, Kathryn (Mary) (born 1957), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 2010

ANDREWS, Geraldine (Mary) (born 1959), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 2013

COX, Laura (Mary) (born 1951), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 2002

LONGLEY, Edna Mary (born 1940), Professor of English Literature, Queen’s University Belfast, until 2002, now Emerita

McGEOWN, Mary Graham (1923 - 2004), Professorial Fellow, Queen’s University of Belfast, since 1988

82 [Queen’s House, London] [c.15–22 April 1788]: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

85 [Queen’s House, London] [c.22 April–30 April 1788]: Letter to Georgiana Mary Ann Port

114 Queen’s Lodge, Windsor, 29 September–9 October [17]88: To Georgiana Mary Ann Port

OLIVER, Matthew William Baillie (died 1926), Surgeon to the Central London Ophthalmic Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Queen’s Hospital for Facial Injuries, Sidcup, and the Royal National Orthopædic Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Italian Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Italian Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon to Queen Mary’s Auxiliary Hospital, Roehampton

LOW, Vincent Warren (died 1942), Vice-President and Consulting Surgeon, St Mary’s Hospital; Late Chief Consulting Surgeon to London, Midland and Scottish Railway Co.; Member of Council, King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; late President, Royal Society of Medicine; late Vice-President, Royal College of Surgeons; late Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital; late Member of Court of Examiners, Royal College of Surgeons; late Examiner in Surgery, London, Cambridge, and Liverpool Universities and Queen’s University, Belfast; Civil Surgeon, South African War, 1900–02 (Queen’s medal and 7 clasps); Colonel AMS; late Consulting Surgeon to HM troops in Mediterranean

BOULTON, Harold (Edwin) (1859 - 1935), Knight of Justice of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; late Capt. Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, Militia; Captain, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders, 1914–17 (British War Medal); Hon. Treasurer Queen Mary’s Royal Naval Hospital, Southend, 1914–19; Chairman Queen Mary’s Hostels for Nurses, 1915–21; President of the Scottish Literature and Song Association, Aberdeen, 1929; a Director of the Royal Academy of Music, 1931; an ovate bard of Wales (title Prydydd Genheddloed Prydain)

HEWER, Christopher Langton (died 1986), Consulting Anæsthetist to St Bartholomew’s Hospital and to Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London; late Senior Anæsthetist, The Queen’s Hospital for Children, Hackney Road; Seamen’s Hospital, Royal Albert Dock; St Andrew’s Hospital, Dollis Hill; late Anæsthetist to Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, Ministry of Pensions, Brompton Chest Hospital and Anæsthetic Specialist RAMC; Examiner in Anæsthesia to Royal College of Surgeons of England and Royal College of Physicians; late Consultant Anæsthetist to West Herts Hospital, Hemel Hempstead, to Luton and Dunstable Hospital, and to Harpenden Hospital

 

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The four ladies named Mary attendant on Mary Queen of Scots. The list is variously given, including: Mary Seton, Mary Beaton, Mary Livingstone, Mary Fleming, Mary Hamilton, and Mary Carmichael. They are frequently mentioned in Scottish ballads.

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