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William of Windsor

Franklyn, William (1480/1481-1556), dean of Windsor

COCKCRAFT, Louis William la Trobe (1880 - 1963), Military Knight of Windsor, since 1940

COUNSELL, John William (1905 - 1987), Managing Director of the Theatre Royal, Windsor, since 1938

SHIPLEY, William Alexander (1857 - 1922), Mayor of Windsor, 1902; County Councillor for Berkshire, 1905

FAIRBANK, William (1850 - 1929), Hon. Surgeon to His Majesty’s Household at Windsor Castle; Mayor of Windsor, 1919–20; Deputy Mayor of Windsor, 1920–21; Hon. Consulting Surgeon to King Edward VII Hospital; late Surgeon to the Police at Windsor Castle; Vice-President of Royal Albert Institute

Slim, William Joseph (1891 - 1970), late IA; Constable and Gov. of Windsor Castle, 1964–70 (Lieut-Gov., 1963–64)

FORTESCUE, John William (1859 - 1933), Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Librarian at Windsor Castle 1905–26

CARTER, William (1848 - 1932), thirteen times Mayor of Windsor; retired District Supt Prudential Assurance Company; JP Berks

HUNT, William George (born 1946), Windsor Herald of Arms, since 1999; Registrar, College of Arms, 2007–14; Genealogist, Order of St John, since 2010; HM Lieutenant, City of London, since 2012

HARRIS, William (1883 - 1973), Organist of St George’s Chapel, Windsor, 1933–61; Professor of Organ and Harmony, Royal College of Music, 1921–53

EVERETT, Oliver William (born 1943), Librarian, Windsor Castle and Assistant Keeper of The Queen’s Archives, 1985–2002, Librarian Emeritus, since 2002; lecturer, since 2005

Cambridge, Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George (1874 - 1957), Governor of Windsor Castle since 1931; Chancellor of London University, 1932–55; Chancellor of Order of St Michael and St George, 1934–36; Grand Master since 1936

COLLINS, William Henry (died 1947), Chairman and Managing Director of Cerebos, Ltd, John Crampton & Co., Ltd, Middlewich Salt Co., Ltd, and Verdin Cooke & Co., Ltd; Chairman Fortnum & Mason, Ltd; Director Carreras Ltd; Chairman of King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor


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King's lieutenant 1369–72, 1374–6, had served with Lionel of Clarence in Ireland in the 1360s and his appointment was a continuation of the policy of military intervention in Ireland financed ...

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