Prominent British Stones in the 1920's
The following data is extracted from Stone Family History.
SIR CHARLES STONE: Kt., cr. 1920; J.P., London, 1922; b. 1850; s. of Thomas; educ., privately, City of London School; solicitor, 1872; chairman for some years Greenwich War Pensions Committee and of Blackheath and Kidbrook Schools. Add.: London.
CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS: D.S.O., 1918; M.C.; author; London editor of The Gramophone; b., Eton, 1882; y. s. of late Rev. E. D. Publication: Rigour of the Game. Add.: London.
REV. DARWELL: M.A., D.D.; Principal of Pusey House since 1909; b. 1859; s. of Rev. G. L.; educ., Merton Coll., Oxford. Publication: Christ and Human Life, 1901. Add.: Oxford.
BRIG.-GEN. FRANCIS GLEADOWE: R.A.. C.M.G., 1917; b. 1857; s. of Robert N.; served Afghan War, 1879-80; appointed to command 18th Division Artillery with rank Brig.-Gen., 1914: commanded 40th Divisional Artillery. Publication: Tactical Studies from Franco-German War. Add.: London.
GEORGE FREDERICK: Managing Editor and chief leader writer, Western Daily Press, Bristol, since 1921; b. 1855; s. of late Frederick; educ., Bristol Trade and Mining School. Publication: Bristol as It Was and as It Is. Add.: Bristol.
REV. HENRY CECIL. BROUGH: C.B.E., 1919; M.A.; Senior Chaplain Indian Ecclesiastical Establishment (retired); 2nd s. of late Very Rev. W. H.; educ., Dublin Univ. Add.: Yorks.
HERBERT: Honorary M.A., Cantab.; b., Birmingham; s. of James Henry; educ., High School, Birmingham; specialist in the study of wood; late Lecturer on Wood, Univ. Cambridge. Publication: Timbers of Commerce. Add.: Cambridge.
JOHN WILLIAM: C.B.E., 1918; Chief Surveyor of Lands, Civil Engineer-in-Chief, Dept.; b. 1852; s. of late John William; educ., private schools; trained as Architect and Surveyor. Add.: London.
SIR JOSEPH HENRY: Kt., cr. 1919; C.I.E., 1913; M.A.; b. 1858; educ., King's Coll., Cambridge; Special Deputy-Director of Public Instruction, 1912.
COL. LIONEL GEORGE TEMPEST: C.M.G., 1918; C.B.E., 1926; mem. Inst. Transport; b. 1874; s. of late Edward Coutts Tempest; educ., Wren's Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst; Commissioner Ministry of Transport, 1920-21. Add.: London.
BRIG.-GEN. PERCY VERE POWYS: C.M.G., 1918; D.S.O., 1917; b. 1883; s. of Percy Goddard; educ., Blundell's, Sandhurst; joined 2nd Battalion Norfolk Regt. in S. Africa, 1902; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Secretary Norfolk Territorial Army Assn., 1922-23. Add.: Isle of Wight.
MAJOR ROBERT GRAHAM WILLIAM HAWKINS: D.S.O., M.C.; Royal Engineers; b., Dover, 1890; o. s. of Brig.-Gen. F. G.; educ., Wellington Coll.; served in District Mounted Troop, Aliwal North, during last six months of S. African War, 1902. Add.: London.
WILLIAM GEORGE RUSH: Managing Director and Editor Worcestershire Echo and Worcester Herald; b. 1855; worked as journalist in Devonshire, Northamptonshire; President Worcester Chamber of Commerce, 1919-20. Add.: Worcester.
Source: Stone Family History