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James Thomas Walker

(1826—1896) army officer and surveyor


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Walker, James Thomas (1826-1896), army officer and surveyor

222 To Thomas Walker & James Eddy, Philadelphia, 6 December 1756 [f. 197]

WALKER, James Thomas (died 1930), served European War, 1914–19 (despatches, MC, DSO, Italian bronze medal for military valour)

WALKER, James Thomas (1841 - 1923), JP (Queensland); FRCI; Fellow, Institute of Bankers, London; Senator of NSW in Commonwealth Parliament, 1901–13; Director of Bank, NSW (President, 1898–1901), Australian Mutual Provident Society (1887–1921), etc; Chairman, Women’s College Council, and Councillor, St Andrew’s College (both in University of Sydney); Chairman, Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital; Chairman, Finance Committee, Presbyterian Church, 1889–1919; Director of the Burnside Orphans’ Home; Trustee, Infants’ Home, Ashfield, since 1888; President of Australian Golf Club, 1903–19

POLSON, Thomas Andrew (1865 - 1946), Chairman of Butlin’s Ltd, Duffield Iron Corporation, Ltd, James Walker, Goldsmith and Silversmith, Ltd; Pye Ltd and Rolls Razor Ltd; Director of Cairnton Trust and Finance Co. Ltd; MP (Ind) Dover, 1921–22; late Chief Inspector of Clothing, Royal Army Clothing Department (despatches); formerly Major Commanding A Squadron, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders; qualified Q Army List; commanded depôt of the regiment; lent to Air Ministry as personal assistant to late Lord Rothermere (First Secretary of State), and represented the Ministry on Army Agricultural Committee; served on Expenditure of Stores and Supplies Committee; Hon. Treasurer Anti-Waste League; Chairman and Chief Organizer United Empire Party

 
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