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Frederick Streeter

(1879—1975) gardener and broadcaster


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STREET, Alfred William Frederick (1852 - 1911), IMS (retired)

ORPEN, R. Caulfeild (1863 - 1938), architect, 13 South Frederick Street, Dublin

Streeter, Frederick [Fred] (1877/1879-1975), gardener and broadcaster

SPEAIGHT, Frederick William (1869 - 1942), an Hon. 2nd Lt in HM Army; JP; Hon. Life Gov. Children’s Hospital, Great Ormond Street

ROBERTSON, Frederick Ewart (1847 - 1912), partner, Sir A. M. Rendel Robertson and Rendel, Consulting Engineers, 13 Dartmouth Street, SW

COBB, Henry Frederick (1881 - 1939), practising as Chartered Surveyor and Land Agent; Partner in Messrs Clutton, 5 Great College Street, Westminster, SW1

TERRY, George Frederick (1864 - 1919), Rector of St John’s Church, Princes Street, since 1909, and Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh

1. 'A short appeal to members of Convocation, upon the proposed censure of no. 90. by Frederick Rogers, Fellow of Oriel. London: James Burns, 17, Portman Street, and J. H. Parker, Oxford. 1845.: by Frederick Rogers and J. H. Parker

COSGRAVE, Mary Josephine (died 1941), Member of Dublin Corporation; Chairman of the Meath Hospital Committee; Chairman Co. Dublin Libraries Committee; Chairman Irish Women’s Citizens Association, 24 S Frederick Street, Dublin

HASTINGS, Frederick (1838 - 1937), Minister of South Street Church, Eastbourne; ex-Chairman London Congregational Union; for sixty years a director of the Colonial Missionary Society; Member of LCC for several years

BATTEN, Frederick Eustace (1865 - 1918), Physician to the National Hospital for the Paralysed and Epileptic, Queen Square, and to the Children’s Hospital, Great Ormond Street

GREENAWAY, Percy Walter (1874 - 1956), Chairman of: Daniel Greenaway & Sons Ltd, printers and stationers; Bowles & Sons (Printers) Ltd; Frederick Steel & Co. Ltd, all of 69 Old Broad Street, EC2; a Lieut and JP for City of London

CORBETT, Frederick St John (1862 - 1919), Rector of St George in the East and Vicar of St Matthew’s Pell Street, since 1903; Founder of Church of England Guild of Sponsors, 1911

HOARE, Frederick (Alfred) (1913 - 1986), Managing Partner of C. Hoare & Co., Bankers, of 37 Fleet Street, since 1947; Director: Messrs Hoare Trustees, since 1947; Mitre Court Securities Ltd, since 1963; Mitre Court Property Holding Co., since 1980; Grimersta Estate Ltd, since 1969; Tuscan Development Co., since 1972; Hoare’s Bank Nominees Ltd, since 1936

 
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