Government administration

  • Graves, Louis (1883-1965), of Chapel Hill, North Carolina (Chief Engineer's Office, Washington, D.C.)
  • Hanlon, Gilbert (1886-1951), of Canning Town, Essex (municipal clerk, Manchester)
  • Hooper, Johnson Jones (1815-1862), of Wilmington, North Carolina (census taker, solicitor for Alabama's 9th district, Secretary for the Provisional Congress of the Confederacy)
  • Huggins, John Alfred (1896-1962), of Toronto, Ontario (civil servant)
  • Huggins, William Hugh (1863-1928), of Halifax, Nova Scotia (court reporter for the Court Exchequer of Canada in Ottawa)
  • Kempton, Frederick William Wawman (1909-1987), of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (town clerk, clerk of the peace)
  • Kennedy, William (1794-1843), of Chittagong, East India (deputy salt agent)
  • Maclaine, Charles Anthony (1760- ), of The Hague, Netherlands (recorder at the court in Brabant)
  • McClister, Gladys Irene (1899-1946), of Akron, Ohio (deputy clerk, municipal court)
  • Nixon, Humphrey Stewart (1787- ) (high sheriff, county Fermanagh)
  • Read, Herbert Thomas (1897- ), of Birmingham, Warwickshire (civil servant)
  • Stewart, George Vesey, M.B.E., J.P. (1831-1920), of Katikati, New Zealand (immigration agent; chairman, Katikati highway board; chairman, Katikati school board)
  • Stewart, John, Sir, Bart. (1757-1825), of Killymoon, county Tyrone (attorney-general of Ireland, high sheriff for county Tyrone)
  • Stewart, John Marcus, Sir, Bart. (1830-1905), of Newtownlimavady, county Londonderry (high sheriff and deputy-lieutenant, county Tyrone)
  • Stewart, Hugh, Sir, Bart. (1792-1854), of Ballygawley, county Tyrone (high sheriff, county Tyrone; Joint Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, Ireland; deputy lieutuenant, county Tyrone)
  • Stewart, Hugh Houghton, Brigadier General Sir, Bart. (1858-1942), of Ballygawley, county Tyrone (high sheriff and deputy lieutenant, county Tyrone)
  • Stewart, Mervyn, J.P. (1794-1886), of Ballygawley, county Tyrone (high sheriff, county Tyrone)
  • Turner, James (early 19th century), of Greenock, Scotland (town clerk for Greenock, and parliamentary solicitor in London)
  • Wilson, Jack Findlay (1900- ), of Ottawa, Canada (civil servant)
"The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there."—Lesley Poles Hartley (1895–1972), The Go-Between (1953).

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