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1929 Dissolution Honours

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1929 Dissolution Honours

The 1929 Dissolution Honours List was issued on 28 June 1929 at the advice of outgoing Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin.

Contents

Earldom

  • Rt Hon William Peel, 2nd Viscount Peel, GBE
  • Viscountcy

  • Rt Hon Sir William Joynson-Hicks, Bt, MP
  • Baronies

  • Rt Hon Sir Hamar Greenwood, Bt, KC, for political and public services.
  • Sir George Lawson Johnston, KBE, JP, for philanthropic and public services.
  • Sir Gilbert Wills, Bt, OBE, JP, for public and political services.
  • Major Robert Yerburgh, for political and public services.
  • Privy Council

  • Douglas Hewitt Hacking, OBE, MP
  • Captain Rt Hon Francis Curzon, 5th Earl Howe, CBE, VD, RNVR, for political and public services.
  • Commodore Henry Douglas King, CB, CBE, DSO, VD, RNVR, MP.
  • Sir Francis William Lowe, Bt.
  • Rt Hon Ivor Windsor-Clive, 2nd Earl of Plymouth
  • Sir Philip Sassoon, Bt, GBE, CMG, MP
  • Roundell Palmer, Viscount Wolmer, MP
  • Baronets

  • Albert James Bennett, JP, MP, for political and public services.
  • Henry Bucknall Betterton, CBE, MP
  • Sir Alfred Butt, MP, for political and public services.
  • Sir Patrick Ford, MP, for political and public services in Scotland.
  • Geoffrey Stores Fry, CB, CVO, for services to the former Prime Minister since 1923.
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Philip Richardson, OBE, VD, MP, for political and public services.
  • Knighthoods

  • Captain George Edward Wentworth Bowyer, MC, MP
  • George Thomas Broadbridge, for political and public services.
  • Julien Cahn, for philanthropic and public services.
  • Major Philip Arthur Sambrooke Crawley, JP, for political and public services.
  • James Malcolm Monteith Erskine, JP, for political and public services.
  • Sydney Herbert Evershed, JP, for political and public services in the Borough of Burton-on-Trent.
  • Frederick George Penny, MP
  • Colonel Edwin King Perkins, CBE, VD, for political and public services.
  • Ernest Whittome Shepperson, JP, MP, for political and public services.
  • Alderman Frederick Smith, JP, for political and public services.
  • John James Withers, CBE, MA, MP, for political and public services.
  • Companion (CB)

  • Philip Tonstall Farrer, Private Secretary to the Marquess of Salisbury, late Leader of the House of Lords.
  • Knight Grand Cross (GBE)

  • Sir Harold Bowden, Bt, for philanthropic and public services.
  • Rt Hon Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, KBE, MC, MP.
  • Commander the Rt Hon Sir Bolton Eyres-Monsell, RN (Retired), MP
  • Commander (CBE)

  • The Rev Richard James Basil Patterson-Morgan, for political and public services in Northwich.
  • Officer (OBE)

  • Maggie Mitchell, for political and public services.
  • Member (MBE)

  • Miss Eileen Cecilia Feiling
  • George Newburn, for political and public services.
  • References

    1929 Dissolution Honours Wikipedia


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