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W. Thomas London


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198. Oxford. Th. 17 Mar. '68. ⟨Thomas⟩ Apperley. Address: To — Apperley Esq. at Sir W. W. Wynne's Bart in Grosvenor Square London. Oriel College.—Hill 1892.

MACNAMARA, Thomas James (1861 - 1931), Member London School Board, W. Lambeth, 1894–1903; editor of The Schoolmaster, 1892–1907

McARA, Thomas W. (1864 - 1942), JP; late Secretary and Technical Adviser to London Newspaper Proprietors Association

189.2. Lichfield. W. 17 June '67. Thomas Lawrence. Address: To Dr Laurence in Essex Street London. Postmark: 19 IV. Houghton.—

UMNEY, John Charles (1868 - 1919), a Managing Director of Wright, Layman, and Umney, Ltd, wholesale druggists, Southwark; Joint-Managing Director of W. Woodward, Ltd, Nottingham and London; Managing Director of Thomas Wilkinson, Ltd, London; Director of R. Carter & Sons, Ltd, London

LOUGH, Thomas (1850 - 1922), PC 1908; Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education, 1905–08; MP (L) Islington, W, 1892–1918; HM Lieutenant of Co. Cavan since 1907; tea merchant in London since 1880

Recurrent and chronic relapsing Guillain-Barré polyneuritis by P.K. Thomas, R.G. Lascelles, J.F. Hallpike and R.L. Hewer. From the Institute of Neurology and National Hospital, Queen Square, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and Guy’s Hospital, London. Brain 1969; 92: 589–606; with An acute axonal form of Guillain-Barré polyneuropathy by T.E. Feasby, J.J. Gilbert, W.F. Brown, C.F. Bolton, A.F. Hahn, W.F. Koopman and D.W. Zochodne. Brain 1986; 109: 1115–1126

 
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