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FIELD, Anne (1926 - 2011), Deputy Controller Commandant, Women’s Royal Army Corps, 1984–92 (Director, 1977–82); Chairman of Council, 1991–97, and Life Vice President, 1999, WRAC Association (Vice President, 1984–97)

HOBKIRK, Elspeth Isabel Weatherley (1903 - 1990), WRAC (retired); Governor of HM Prison and of HM Borstal for Girls, and of HM Young Offenders Institute, Greenock, 1955–69; also appointed Woman Adviser to Scottish Home and Health Department on conditions of detention of Women and Girls in Scotland, 1956, retired from Scottish Prison Service, August 1969

WARR, Charles Laing (1892 - 1969), Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland and Dean of the Order of the Thistle since 1926; Chaplain to the Queen since 1952 (to King George V, 1926–36, to King Edward VIII, 1936, to King George VI, 1936–52); Chaplain to HM Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers) since 1937; Sub-Prelate of Order of St John of Jerusalem since 1947 (Chaplain since 1942); Hon. Member of Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 1951; Chaplain: Royal Scottish Academy; Convention of Royal Burghs of Scotland; Royal Highland and Agricultura. Soc.; Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; Merchant Company of Edinburgh; Pres., Eglise Protestante Française d’Edinburgh; Mercahnt Company of Edinbourg; Hon. President Scottish Association of Boys’ Clubs; Vice-President Scot. Nat. Inst. for War Blinded, Roy. Scot. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Scottish Church Soc., and Trin. Coll. of Music London; Vice-Patron, ATS and WRAC Benevolent Funds; Hon. Governor Glasgow Academy

 

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abbr. Women's Royal Army Corps (in the UK, until 1993).

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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