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League of Red Cross Societies

HODGSON, (Arthur) Brian (1916 - 1999), Consultant, League of Red Cross Societies, 1982–92

HENDERSON, David (1862 - 1921), Director-General, League of Red Cross Societies, Geneva; late Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; Colonel, Highland Light Infantry since 1918

ROUTLEY, Frederick William (1879 - 1951), Exec. Secretary-Treasurer, Ontario Hospital Assoc.; Hon. Consultant, Canadian Red Cross Soc.; Member of Board of Governors and of Exec. Cttee of League of Red Cross Societies

GRANVILLE, Alexander (1874 - 1929), late Member of the Medical Council of the League of Nations; late President, International Quarantine Board of Egypt; Vice-President Alexandria Municipality; late Commissioner, British Red Cross, Egypt, Palestine, and Syria; late President, Labour Disputes Conciliation Board, Egypt

WADDEL, William (1868 - 1946), JP; Member of State Fire Insurance Board, Disabled Servicemen’s Re-Establishment League, Wellington Branch, and of Executive of the Great War Funds Administrative Committee of the Order of St John and the New Zealand Red Cross Society

MARKS, Ernest Samuel (1872 - 1947), JP; Alderman City of Sydney and Chairman of its Health and Recreation Committee; Chairman, British Empire Games Committee (Australian Division); President Noise Abatement League of NS Wales; Chairman United Charities of New South Wales; Deputy Chairman of Australian Red Cross (NSW Division); Chairman, NSW Rugby Football Union

STRONG, Richard Pearson (1872 - 1948), Professor of Tropical Medicine, Harvard University Medical School, 1913–38; Professor Emeritus, 1938; Trustee Carnegie Institution; Consultant Secretary of War, and Director of Tropical Medicine, Army Medical School, Washington; Colonel, MCAHQ, 1942–December 1945 (Legion of Merit 1946); General Medical Director, League of Red Cross Societies, Geneva, 1919–20

BLACK, William George (1857 - 1932), Member of Panel of ex-Officers Employment Bureau, Clement’s Inn; Vice-Chairman of St Mungo’s College, Glasgow; Chairman of Ophthalmic Institution, Glasgow; a Trustee of the Navy League; Member of Executive Committee of Navy League, and Chairman of Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch; Ex-President of Glasgow Archæological Society; local Secretary for Scotland of Society of Antiquaries of London; late Member of Council of Congress of Archæological Societies, London; late Member of Committee of Management of Philip Stott College (Unionist Association); Chairman of Glasgow Good Government League; Member of Council of Scottish Branch of British Red Cross Society; JP

BADEN-POWELL, Agnes (1858 - 1945), National Vice-President of the Girl Guides, Author of Girl Guides Handbook; on Council and Executive of Duty and DisciplineSociety; Vice-President of Westminster Division, British Red Cross, since 1912; Local President, League of Mercy; Vice-President, Sunlight League; a President of Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild; on Executive of The Dante Society; certificated steel engraving; medallist metal repoussé work

OTTLEY, Henry Bickersteth (died 1932), Hon. Canon of Canterbury; Brother of St Katharine’s Royal Chapel, Regent’s Park, 1911; Hon. Chaplain, Sunday Lay Movement, 1905; Hon. Secretary Imperial Sunday Alliance and London Sunday Defence Union, 1908–16; on Service (YMCA) with BEF, St Omer (O. in C., Club for British Officers), 1917; MM, 1917; and for Red Cross, 1918; League of Nations Union, 1920

STILL, Alicia Frances Jane Lloyd (died 1944), Lady of Grace of Order of Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England; Member of Queen Alexandra’s Army Nursing Board and Imperial Nursing Service Committee; President Association of Hospital Matrons, 1919–37; President International Council of Nurses, 1933–37; President Florence Nightingale International Memorial Foundation and Chairman of Committee of Management, 1934–39; Vice-President National Florence Nightingale Memorial Committee and member of Executive Committee; International Florence Nightingale Medal, 1933, of the League of Red Cross Societies

Mountbatten, Louis (Francis Albert Victor Nicholas) (1900 - 1979), Governor of the Isle of Wight, 1965; Lord-Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, since 1974; Personal ADC to the Queen since 1953 (Personal Naval ADC to King Edward VIII, 1936, and to King George VI, 1937–52); Col of the Life Guards, 1965; Col Commandant of the Royal Marines, 1965; Hon. Lt-Gen. and Air Marshal, 1942, and Hon. Colonel: Calcutta Light Horse, 1947; 292 Airborne Field Regt, 1947–55, 289 Parachute Regt, RHA(TA), 1956; 4/5th Bn The Royal Hampshire Regiment (TA), 1964–71; an Elder Brother of Trinity House; Grand President: Brit. Commonwealth Ex-Services League, 1946–74; Royal Life Saving Society; Royal Over-Seas League; Pres. of Council of SSAFA; King George’s Fund for Sailors; Royal Naval Film Corporation, Royal Naval Saddle Club, Sailors Home and Red Ensign Club, Gordon Smith Inst., Liverpool, Training Ship Mercury and Commando Benevolent Fund; Society of Genealogists; Britain-Burma Soc.; Past Pres., Soc. of Film and Television Arts; Mem. and Past Pres., Inst. of Electronic and Radio Engineers; Chm. and Founder, National Electronics Research Council; Commodore Sea Scouts; Mem. and Past Prime Warden Shipwrights’ Company; Hon. Mem. Honourable Company of Master Mariners; Mem. Mercers’, Vintners’ and Grocers’ Companies; Royal Swedish Naval Soc.; Inner Magic Circle; Sword of Honour and Freedom of City of London, 1946; High Steward, 1940, and First Freeman, 1946, of Romsey; Freedom of City of Edinburgh, 1954; Freedom of Paimpol, 1961


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