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GOSSET, Francis Russell (1849 - 1930), Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons, 1885; retired 1929

MARTIN, Edward Fowell (1875 - 1950), Sergeant at Arms, Legislative Assembly, W Australia, 1932–50

SMITH, Henry Robert (1843 - 1917), JP; Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons, Ottawa, since 1892

TOWSE, (Ernest) Beachcroft (Beckwith) (1864 - 1948), Gordon Highlanders, retired; Sergeant-at-Arms in Ordinary to His Majesty, 1900, Gentleman-at-Arms 1903, retired 1939

HOWARD, Charles Alfred (1878 - 1958), King’s Royal Rifles, retired; Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons, 1935–56, retired

GEARY, Benjamin Handley (1891 - 1976), Sergeant-at-Arms, Ontario Legislature, 1947–71, retired; historian for the Legislature, retired

EDWARDS, Fleetwood Isham (1842 - 1910), PC 1895; Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Lords, and Extra Equerry to His Majesty King Edward VII from 1901

LE MOINE, Juchereau de St Denis (1850 - 1922), Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate of Canada

CORKRAN, Charles Edward (1872 - 1939), DL (Berks); JP; Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Lords, since 1936

BROAD, George Alexander (1844 - 1915), Captain, RN, retired; Sergeant-at-Arms in Ordinary to HM from 1914; Keeper of the Cottage, Virginia Water, from March 1912

TALBOT, Patrick Wellington (1817 - 1898), Colonel; Sergeant-at-Arms in the House of Lords from 1858; Vice-President of Wellington College; Hon. Colonel of 3rd and 4th Battalions South Staffordshire Regiment

HOLMES, Richard Rivington (1835 - 1911), Vice President of Society of Antiquaries; Lieutenant-Colonel late 1st Volunteer Battalion Royal Berks Regiment; Sergeant-at-Arms to Queen Victoria and to King Edward VII from 1898; Commander of Order of Frederick of Würtemberg


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The House of Representatives and Senate each elect a sergeant at arms to enforce the rules and regulations and to oversee the protection of members, staff, and visitors. On April ...

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