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living and serving at Freshaeld; horn in Co. Kildare; served for 16 years in Kenya and Uganda: mentioned in despatches and awarded O.B.E. as chaplain in East Africa in World War 11.
BRIGADIER D. A. B. CLARKE. late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
FR. PETER J. BLAKE, SJ., Superior of the Retreat House at Loyola Hall, Rainhill; has given retreats to the armed forces all over the world.
FR. JOHN RUDESIND BROOKES, 03.B., Rector of St. Edward's College, Malta; won the M.C. at Anzio in World War II when chaplain to the Irish Guards. later Senior Chaplain in Italy. Greece and Palestine; served under the late Lord Castlerosse in the Irish Guards in World War 1; A.D.C. to Lord Phimer as Governor of Malta from 1921-24; was housemaster at Ealing and Downside.
Wing-Cdr. P. H. WATERKEYN.
A. J. Brawn (Estate Adaieer to British Waterways); Lt.-Col. R. H. Cuming (Royal Scots Greys); Sister M. Damese (Principal of St. Mary's Institution, Roma, Basutoland); Miss K. Fogarty (matron of Whipps Cross Hospital, London. second largest hospital in Britain).
Miss Mary I4amson (British subject resident in Istanbul, and a sister of the Professor of Inter national Law at Cambridge); Fr. Sidney Lescher (Army Chaplain); Mgr. Lorenzo Mizzi (Rector of the Basilica of St, Augustine of Hippo at Bone); I, M. Moran (W/O Cl. I in the Irish Guards).
Miss L. Murphy (supervising teacher of Leprosy Schools, Ogoje Province. Nigeria, left Liverpool for Nigeria in 1945, hacked through giant grass to build first leper school, and now controls 18 schools with 900 pupils); Bro. A. O'Donnell (Brother of Christian Instruction; headmaster, 31 years in Seychelles).
AIR FORCE CROSS FlaLt. H. H. Thompson.