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39 James Nightingale & John Winder Commenda, 29 Nov. 1681

AN ARCHAISM IN JOHN KEATS'S ‘ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE’

NIGHTINGALE, Nicholas John (born 1942), Secretary General, World Alliance of YMCAs, 1999–2002

LACEY, (John) Hubert (born 1944), Professor of Psychiatry, St George’s, University of London, 1991–2011, now Emeritus; Clinical Director and Head of Eating Disorders, Nightingale Hosptial (formerly Capio Nightingale Hospital), London, since 2007; Medical Director, Newbridge House, Birmingham, since 2006

NIGHTINGALE, Anthony John Liddell (born 1947), JP; Director, Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd, since 1994; Managing Director, Jardine Matheson Group, 2006–12

BEATTIE, (William) John (Hunt Montgomery) (1902 - 1993), retired; Consultant Gynæcologist and Obstetric Surgeon, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Gynæcologist: Leatherhead Hospital; Florence Nightingale Hospital

NIGHTINGALE, Florence (1820 - 1910), organiser of nursing in the Crimean war; Lady of Grace of St John of Jerusalem

NIGHTINGALE, John (Cyprian) (1913 - 2002), DL; Chief Constable, Essex, 1962–69 and 1974–78, retired (Essex and Southend-on-Sea Joint Constabulary, 1969–74)

CUNNINGHAM, John Francis (died 1932), Surgeon, Central London Ophthalmic Hospital; Ophthalmologist, Bethlem Royal Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Florence Nightingale Hospital; Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal General Theatrical Fund

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

McCARTHY, (Emma) Maud (1858 - 1949), Lady of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem, Médaille de la Reine Elizabeth avec Croix Rouge, Belgium, Médaille Épidémies en Vermeille and American Red Cross Medal, Florence Nightingale Medal

HOSFORD, John Percival (1900 - 1991), retired; Surgeon, Lecturer on Surgery, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1936–60; Surgeon, King Edward VII Hospital for Officers and Florence Nightingale Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Hospitals at Watford, Leatherhead, Hitchin, St Albans and to the Foundling Hospital and Reedham Orphanage

 
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