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register of members

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register of members

register of members

register of members

register of members

register of members

register of members

register of members

register of members

WILKIN, (Frederick) John (1916 - 1997), President, National Incorporated Beneficent Society, since 1995 (Member of Council, since 1973); Chairman, The Wickenby Register (12 and 626 Squadrons Association), since 1983

READHEAD, James (died 1930), Chairman and Managing Director of the firm of John Readhead & Sons, Ltd, shipbuilders; Chairman, South Shields Gas Co.; formerly a member of the Board of Trade Committee on Shipping and Shipbuilding; Member of the London Committee of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping; President of many local charitable institutions

ROME, Thomas (1852 - 1938), Director of the Pacific Steamship Navigation Company; Member of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board; of Liverpool Committee of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping; Member of the Committee of the Liverpool and London Steamship Protection Association; on Committee of the Liverpool and London War Risks Association

CARTER, George (John) (1860 - 1922), Managing Director of Cammell Laird and Co. Limited, Birkenhead; Director of Coventry Ordnance Works, Ltd; President of the Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation; was Chairman of the Merchant Shipbuilding Advisory Committee to the Controller of Shipping, and later a Member of the Shipbuilding Council; Member of Council of Institute of Naval Architects, Federation of British Industries; Member of Committee, Lloyd’s Register; Member of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board; Deputy Chairman of Liverpool Munitions Committee

SWIRE, John Kidston (1893 - 1983), Director, John Swire & Sons, Ltd, 1920–68 (Chairman, 1946–66); Hon. President, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd; Member, General Committee, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 1940–68

CRAVEN, Charles (Worthington) (1884 - 1944), Royal Navy (retired); Industrial Adviser to Minister of Production, since 1943; Deputy Chairman and Managing Director, Vickers Ltd; Chairman and Managing Director, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd; World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation, Ltd, Gresham & Craven, Ltd (Chairman), Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd (Chairman), and other Companies; Chairman, Industrial Welfare Society; Member, Committee of Lloyd’s Register; Member, Air Council, 1940

MacENTEE, Seán (1889 - 1984), Member, Dáil Eireann for Dublin South (East), retired May 1969; Member, Council of State; Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister), 1959–65; Minister for Health, 1957–65 (of Social Welfare, 1958–61); a consulting electrical engineer, registered patent agent, company director, etc

KENNEDY, Alexander McAusland (1860 - 1939), JP; Chairman of William Doxford & Sons, Ltd, Sunderland; Chairman of Shipbuilders’ Investment Co., Ltd; Director of Sea Insurance Co., Ltd (Glasgow Branch); Ex-President of The Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation; Chairman of the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd, Govan, Glasgow; Member of Committee of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, etc

STEVENSON, Thomas Henry Craig (1870 - 1932), Superintendent of Statistics (later Statistical Medical Officer), General Register Office, 1909–31; Fellow of University College, London; Fellow, Guy (Gold) Medallist (1920), and formerly Hon. Secretary of the Royal Statistical Society; Jenner medallist, Royal Society of Medicine; Honorary Member of the American Statistical Association

 

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A list of the members of a company, which all UK companies must keep at their registered office or some other address notified to the Registrar of Companies. It contains the names and addresses of the members, the dates on which they were registered as members, and the dates on which any ceased to be members. If the company has a share capital, the register must state the number and class of the shares held by each member and the amount paid for the shares. Entry in the register constitutes evidence of ownership. Thus, a shareholder who loses a share certificate can obtain a replacement from the company provided proof of identity is supplied. However, as legal rather than beneficial ownership is registered, it is not always possible to discover from the register who controls the shares. Currently, the register must be available for inspection by members free of charge for at least two normal office hours per working day; others may inspect it on payment of a small fee. Under the Companies Act 2006 public access to the register will be limited. The register may be rectified by the court if it is incorrect.

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