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ward of court


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Wards, Court of

ward of court

Wards, Court of

Wards, Court of

ward of court

ward of court

ward of court

Wards, Court of

Court of Wards and Liveries

Wards and Liveries, Court of

Wards and Liveries, Court of

WARD, Martyn Eric (1927 - 1991), Judge of the Supreme Court of Bermuda, since 1987

COLLETT, Henry Seymour (1893 - 1971), Member for Bridge Ward, Court of Common Council, 1958–70

LOVELY, Percy Thomas (1894 - 1975), Member of Court of Common Council; Deputy of Tower Ward; Sheriff of the City of London, 1950

WOOD, Gervase E. (1877 - 1954), Member of the Court of Common Council; Deputy for the Ward of Cripplegate Within; HM Lieut City of London, 1950

469 By the King. A Proclamation touching the new Seale of the Court of Wards and Liveries, and the proceedings of that Court. [Oxford 15 January 1644]

HOLMES, Arthur William (1877 - 1960), late Member, Court of Common Council, City of London Corp. (Aldgate Ward)

455 By the King. A Proclamation concerning the due and orderly proceedings in the Court of Wards and Liveries. [Oxford 11 November 1643]

BUTTON, Howard (Stransom) (1873 - 1943), Alderman, City of London for Ward of Tower; one of HM’s Lieutenants and Commissioner of Assize, City of London; DL, JP County Middlesex; Alderman Middlesex County Council; Chairman Central Valuation Committee; Member Cinematograph Advisory Committee; Hon. Col 61st (Middlesex) AA Regt, RA; Military Member Middlesex Territorial Army and Air Force Association and Chairman Buildings Committee; General Commissioner Income Tax; Freeman of City of London; Member Court of Assistants, Guild of Freemen, Renter Warden Worshipful Company of Gardeners; Member of Court Worshipful Companies of Bakers, Broderers and Paviors; Vice-President, United Wards Club and President, City Livery Club; President, National Fire Brigades Association (South Midland District); Member Governing Body, University College School; Chairman Alfred Button & Sons, Ltd, and Associated Companies; Director County Fire Office, Ltd, Uxbridge Maidenhead and Wycombe and District Gas Co. and Ascot Gas Co.; Warden for Middlesex King George’s Jubilee Trust; Member King George’s National Memorial Fund Committee and King George’s Fields Foundation; Member, London Court of Arbitration; Officer of Order of St John of Jerusalem; Life Member, Royal Society of St George

 

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1 A minor under the care of a guardian (appointed by the parents or the court), who exercises rights and duties over the child subject to the general control and discretion of the court.

2 A minor in respect of whom a wardship order has been made and over whom the court exercises parental rights and duties. A child becomes a ward of court when a wardship order is made and remains a ward until he reaches the age of 18 or the court orders that he should cease to be a ward. Any child who is actually in England or Wales (or ordinarily resident in England or Wales) may be made a ward of court, even though he is neither domiciled there nor a British subject. Marriage of a ward does not necessarily terminate the wardship.

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