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Welwyn Garden City


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Welwyn Garden City

Welwyn Garden City (England/UK)

Welwyn Garden City (England/UK)

REYNOLDS, Percival Reuben (1876 - 1965), Director BCR Factories Ltd, Welwyn Garden City, 1937

de SOISSONS, Louis (1890 - 1962), Architectural Town Planner, Welwyn Garden City Development Corporation

FIELDHOUSE, Harold (1892 - 1991), Secretary, National Assistance Board, 1946–59, retired; Member of Letchworth Garden City, Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield Corporations, retired

HOWARD, Ebenezer (1850 - 1928), JP; Director of First Garden City Limited and Welwyn Garden City Limited; shorthand writer; President International Federation for Housing and Town Planning

MAYNARD, Charles Gordon (1889 - 1970), CA; JP; Chairman, Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield Development Corporations, 1958–66 (ex-Vice-Chairman)

GRATTAN, Henry William (1872 - 1952), Chairman, Bedford Medical Board, Armed Forces Acts, 1939–45; retired; late MOH, Biggleswade Urban and Rural District, Welwyn Rural and Welwyn Garden City Urban Districts and Hatfield Rural District

GOSLING, Reginald George (1899 - 1958), Director, Co-operative Wholesale Society, since 1942; Chairman: Welwyn Garden City Development Corporation (New Town) since 1948; Hatfield Development Corporation since 1948

JOLL, Cecil Augustus (died 1945), Senior Surgeon to the Royal Free Hospital and Lecturer on Surgery; Senior Surgeon to the Miller Hospital; Senior Surgeon to Royal Cancer Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Royal Bucks Hospital, St Luke’s Hospital, Melton Mowbray Hospital, Welwyn Garden City Hospital, Thames Ditton Cottage Hospital, The Manor House Hospital, Golders Green, and to the Horton Hospital, Epsom; Hunterian Professor, Royal College of Surgeons, 1923 and 1939, and Member of Council, 1939

 

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(pr. ˈWĕllin) Hertfordshire

Satellite town of London, founded in 1920, just S of Welwyn and bypassed by the A1(M). The Scottish novelist James Leslie Mitchell, who wrote as ‘Lewis Grassic ...

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