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... Brigadier Sir Frederick Oliver Chilton CBE, DSO Bar (23 July 1905 – 1 October 2007) was a senior officer in the Australian Army ... in 1905 and educated at North Sydney High School, Sir Frederick studied law at Sydney University, joining the Sydney University Regiment, which produced a number of ... From 1943 to 1945, Sir Frederick, with the rank of brigadier, commanded the 18th Australian Infantry Brigade in Buna, the Ramu Valley and later in Borneo ...
... Mother Livery Company 1901 Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale Grocer 1902 Sir Marcus Samuel 1903 Sir James Ritchie 1904 John Pound 1905 Sir Walter Vaughan Morgan 1906 Sir William Treloar 1907 Sir John ... Sir David Burnett 1913 Sir Vansittart Bowater (later Bt) 1914 Colonel Sir Charles Johnston 1915 Col ... Sir Charles Wakefield 1916 Sir William Dunn, Bt 1917 Charles Hanson 1918 Sir Horace Brooks Marshall (later Bt) 1919 Sir Edward Cooper 1920 James Roll 1921 Sir ...
... Coast of Africa Station Rear Admiral Sir Frederick Grey (1857-1860) Rear Admiral Sir Henry Keppel (1860-1861) Rear Admiral Sir Baldwin Walker (1861-1865) Commodore Sir William Dowell (1867-1871) Commodore ...
... Source The Reverend Sir Frederick Larkins Currie, 2nd Baronet (18 April 1823, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh – 13 November 1900) was an English baronet, the eldest child of Sir ...
... Alexander Frederick Whyte was born on 30 September 1883, the second of eight children, and eldest son born to the Reverend Alexander Whyte DD, and Jane Elizabeth Barbour, who married in 1881 ... Aside from these political roles, Sir Frederick was Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society (1923) and Reindeer Council of the United Kingdom, as ... Sir Alexander Frederick was knighted in 1922, and in 1925 a Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India was conferred in Birthday Honours ...
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