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Winchester School

Winchester school

DEVINE, Alexander (1865 - 1930), Headmaster and founder of Clayesmore School, Winchester

APPLEYARD, Joan Ena (born 1946), DL; Headmistress, St Swithun’s School, Winchester, 1986–94

DAVIES, (Norah) Olwen (born 1926), Headmistress, St Swithun’s School, Winchester, 1973–86

GANDEE, Jane Sara (born 1968), Headmistress, St Swithun’s School, Winchester, since 2010

FREEMAN, Percy Tom (1891 - 1956), Headmaster, Peter Symonds’ School, Winchester, since 1926

McWATTERS, Stephen John (1921 - 2006), Headmaster, The Pilgrims’ School, Winchester, 1976–83, retired

EVANS, Phyllis Mary Carlyon (1913 - 1990), Headmistress, St Swithun’s School, Winchester, 1952–73

MATHESON, Percy Ewing (1859 - 1946), Hon. Fellow of New College and Fellow of Winchester College; formerly Oxford Secretary of Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board

ACLAND, Theodore William Gull (1890 - 1960), Hon. Curate, St Luke, Stanmore, Winchester, since 1955; Member The Council, Missions to Seamen; Member Board; Church Army; Christian Evidence Society; St Thomas’s Hospital’s representative on Governing Body of St Olave’s and St Saviour’s Grammar School Foundation; Member Standing Committee, National Society

LYSTER, Robert Arthur (died 1955), Lecturer in Public Health and in Forensic Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital (London University), 1911–41; Member of Faculty of Medicine and Board of Studies in Hygiene in the University of London; VP Medical Defence Union, 1911–42; Member Medical Board, Lord Mayor Treloar’s Hospital, Alton; Chairman Nat. Soc. for Prevention of Venereal Disease; Member Public Health Advisory Committee of Labour Party; contested (Lab.) Winchester, 1929 and 1931, Preston, 1935; Lab. Mem. Bournemouth Town Council, 1929–46; Pres. Hants and Isle of Wight Federation Labour Parties, 1930–40; late County MO, Hants; also Chief School MO and Chief Tuberculosis Officer, 1908–29; Editor of Public Health, 1918–25; Pres. Association of County Medical Officers of Health, 1926–27; Specialist Sanitary Officer for Barracks and Camps and Venereal Diseases Officer, in Winchester Area, S. Comd, 1914–18; Member Advisory Com. for the Welfare of Blind Persons (Ministry of Health); Member of Ministry of Health Com. on Sewage Disposal

KENYON, Frederic George (1863 - 1952), Fellow of Winchester College, 1904, Warden, 1925–30; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1888; Hon. Fellow, 1906; Hon. Fellow, New College, Oxford, 1913; President of British School of Archæology at Jerusalem since 1920; of the Bibliographical Society, 1924–26 (Gold Medal, 1935); of the Navy Records Society, 1924–48; Chairman of Soc. for Protection of Science and Learning, 1938–44; Pres. Surrey Record Soc. 1943–50, and of Surrey Archæological Society, 1944–50; Chairman of Friends of the National Libraries, 1931–50; of National Central Library; Trustee of War Museum, 1920–46; Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod of the Order of the British Empire, 1918–52

 

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A style of manuscript illumination of the 10th and 11th centuries originating at Winchester, a city in southern England which became capital of the West Saxon kingdom of Wessex in 519.

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