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BELLERBY, Alfred Courthope Benson (1888 - 1979), Headmaster, King Edward School, Witley, Surrey, 1926–51; retired, 1951

JOICEY, James John (1870 - 1932), Naturalist and Entomologist, having one of the largest collections of Lepidoptera in the world at the Hill Museum, Witley, Surrey; Member of the Council of the Entomological Society, 1920–23

HYSLOP, Theo Bulkeley (died 1933), FRSEd; late Physician Superintendent to Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem; PMO King Edward’s Schools, London and Witley; Lecturer on Psychological Medicine, St Mary’s Hospital, and London School of Medicine for Women; Gaskell Scholar in Psychological Medicine

KIRKE, Walter Mervyn St George (1877 - 1949), Colonel Comdt, Royal Artillery, 1934–46; Hon. Colonel 70th A-A Regt (now 470th HAA Regt TA) 1934–39; and 2/5th The Queen’s Royal Regiment, 1939; President, Witley and District Branch of British Legion and RA Association, Surrey; Vice-President, RUSI and Old Contemptibles, Godalming

PORTER-PHILLIPS, John George (died 1946), late Physician Superintendent of Bethlem Royal Hospital; Consulting Physician and late Physician for and Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Examiner in Mental Diseases to the Royal College of Physicians, London; Lecturer in Mental Pathology at London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women; Physician at the Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Lambeth Road, SE1; Principal Medical Officer at King Edward’s School, Witley; Examiner in Mental Diseases at the RAM College; Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine; Member of the British Medical Association; late examiner in Psychological Medicine and Mental Diseases, and Educational Secretary of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association

 

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