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St Helier, Lady

LANDER, John St Helier (1869 - 1944), Painter

Life and labour on the St. Helier estate, 1930–20001

Jeune, Francis Henry, Baron St Helier (1843-1905), judge

ST HELIER, (Mary) (died 1931), late Alderman London County Council

DOHERTY, Michael Eunan (born 1939), Chairman, Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust, 2002–07

ELWES, Jeremy (Vernon) (born 1937), Chairman, St Helier NHS Trust, 1990–99

ELLIOTT-BLAKE, Henry (1902 - 1983), Hon. Plastic Surgeon, St George’s Hospital; Emeritus Consultant Plastic Surgeon, St Helier Hospital, Carshalton

SEAFORD, John Nicholas Shtetinin (born 1939), Dean of Jersey and Rector of St Helier, 1993–2005

GOSS, Thomas Ashworth (1912 - 1997), Dean of Jersey, Rector of St Helier, and Hon. Canon of Winchester, 1971–85; Canon Emeritus, Winchester, since 1985

ROBINSON, Ronald Henry Ottywell Betham (1896 - 1973), retired as Senior Surgeon and Urologist, St Thomas’s, SE, and Consultant Urologist, Ministry of Pensions and St Helier Hospital

TRESIDDER, Alfred Geddes (1881 - 1970), Lieutenant-Colonel IMS, retd; late Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon to St Helier Hospital, Surrey, and to Memorial Hospital, Woolwich

WINFIELD, Peter Stevens (1927 - 1999), Senior Partner, Healey & Baker, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, New York, Paris, St Helier, Jersey, 1975–88, Consultant, 1988–97

GILES, Alan Stanley (1902 - 1975), Dean of Jersey and Rector of St Helier, 1959–70; Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral, 1959–71, now Canon Emeritus

 

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