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Mary Vincent


'Mary Vincent' can also refer to...

Mary Vincent Whitty (1819—1892)

Vincent, Mary Ann

Whitty, Mary Vincent (1819–92)

STEWART, Noel St Vincent Ramsay (1870 - 1940), late 18th (Queen Mary’s Own) Hussars

COOPER, Vincent King (1849 - 1922), Rector of St Mary le Bow, Durham, since 1910

COPE, (Vincent) Zachary (1881 - 1974), Consulting Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, and to Bolingbroke Hospital, Wandsworth Common; Vice-President, BMA

CLARK, Malcolm Aiken (1905 - 2002), Dean, Collegiate Church of St Vincent since 1982; Dean of Edinburgh, 1983–85, Hon. Canon, St Mary’s Cathedral, since 1985

Mary Vincent. Catholicism in the Second Spanish Republic: Religion and Politics in Salamanca, 1930–1936. (Oxford Historical Monographs.) New York: Clarendon Press of Oxford University Press. 1996. Pp. 286. $70.00

NASH, Vincent (1865 - 1942), created Knight Commander of the Order of St Gregory the Great by His Holiness Pius the X 1909; High Sheriff of Limerick 1902; received Coronation Medal, 1902; JP, DL; late temporary Major and Registrar of Queen Mary’s Military Hospital, Whalley, Lancashire

LOW, Vincent Warren (died 1942), Vice-President and Consulting Surgeon, St Mary’s Hospital; Late Chief Consulting Surgeon to London, Midland and Scottish Railway Co.; Member of Council, King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; late President, Royal Society of Medicine; late Vice-President, Royal College of Surgeons; late Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital; late Member of Court of Examiners, Royal College of Surgeons; late Examiner in Surgery, London, Cambridge, and Liverpool Universities and Queen’s University, Belfast; Civil Surgeon, South African War, 1900–02 (Queen’s medal and 7 clasps); Colonel AMS; late Consulting Surgeon to HM troops in Mediterranean

EVANS, E. Vincent (died 1934), RHistS; Member of Council, Editor of Transactions, and Secretary to the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion and the Cymmrodorion Record Series Fund; and Secretary and Editor of the publications of the National Eisteddfod Association (from 1881); Hon. Secretary of the Welsh National Presentation to King George V and Queen Mary, 1893; Governor of the University of Wales; Member of Council and Governor University College of North Wales, Bangor; Member of Council and Governor University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; Member of Council and Governor of the National Museum; Governor and Member of Council of the National Library, Wales; Member of the Board of Celtic Studies, and Chairman of the Archæological Sub Committee; Chairman and Hon. Treasurer of the London Welsh Charitable Aid Society; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the London Welsh Battalions, 1914–18; Hon. Treasurer of National Fund for Welsh Troops, 1915–19; Joint Honorary Treasurer of the Welsh National Fund, 1918; Trustee of the Welsh Troops’ Children’s Fund, 1918–30; Trustee of the National War Museum; Chairman and Treasurer of the London Welsh Belgian Refugees Fund, 1914–15; PM and Treasurer London Welsh Lodge of Freemasons; first WM Gwynedd Lodge; PZ London Welsh Chapter; PGD; and PGAS; Vice-President and Member of Executive Committee of the Cambrian Archæological Association, President 1918; Member of the Council of the Royal Drawing Society; Member of the Executive Committee and Treasurer of the Welsh Folk-Song Society; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Welsh Bibliographical Society; Chairman of the Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, and Member of the Royal Commission on Public Records; Chairman of the Advisory Board on Ancient Monuments (Wales); JP Merioneth; High Sheriff, 1919–20

 
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