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SCOTS WHO ARE HONOURED.



LIFE PEERS

Sir Naren Patel. Consultant Obstetrician, Ninewells Hospital Dundee.

PRIVY COUNSELLORS

Adam Paterson Ingram, JP, MP for East Kilbride. Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office The Northern Ireland Office (or NIO; (Irish: Oifig Thuaisceart Éireann) is a department of HM Government of the United Kingdom, responsible for Northern Ireland affairs. .

Walter Menzies Campbell, CBE, QC, MP for Fife North East Fife North East may mean or refer to:
  • North East Fife (UK Parliament constituency)
  • Fife North East (Scottish Parliament constituency)
.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

George Ross Mathewson, CBE. Group chief executive, Royal Bank of Scotland Group The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (LSE: RBS) is a British banking and insurance holding company based in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.[1] It includes The Royal Bank of Scotland plc [2]) founded in 1727 by a Royal Charter of King George I.  plc.

James Shand, MBE. Accordionist and Scottish Country Band Leader.

LVO

John Barry Bingham Stewart, OBE. High Constable of Holyroodhouse.

ORDER OF THE BATH

Geoffrey Richard Scaife. Chief executive, NHS in Scotland.

MVO

Beverley Ann Wilson. Clerk to the Lieutenancy, City of Edinburgh.

ORDER OF BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Professor Roger Stanley Crofts. Chief executive, Scottish Natural Heritage For the inorganic ion -SnH, see Organotin

Scottish Natural Heritage (Scottish Gaelic Dualchas Nàdair na h-Alba) is a Scottish public body. It is responsible for Scotland's natural heritage, especially its natural, genetic and scenic diversity.
.

Margaret Elizabeth Farquhar. Lord Provost, Aberdeen City Council.

Brian Gammell Ivory. Chairman, Highland Distillers plc.

Professor John David Michael Henry Laver. Professor of Phonetics, University of Edinburgh (body, education) University of Edinburgh - A university in the centre of Scotland's capital. The University of Edinburgh has been promoting and setting standards in education for over 400 years. .

Professor William Robert Lee. Lately Professor of Ophthalmic Pathology, University of Glasgow The University of Glasgow (Scottish Gaelic: Oilthigh Ghlaschu, Latin: Universitas Glasguensis) was founded in 1451, in Glasgow, Scotland. .

Robert Ferguson Lees. Lately Regional Procurator Fiscal, Lothian and Borders Lothian and Borders is an area in south-east Scotland consisting of the East Lothian, City of Edinburgh, Midlothian, West Lothian areas (collectively known as Lothian) along with the Scottish Borders. , Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (Oifis a' Chrùin agus Seirbhis Luchd-casaid a' Chrùin in Gaelic) provides an independent public prosecution service, investigates sudden and suspicious deaths and handles complaints against the Police in Scotland. .

William Alexander Macgregor. Lately chief Agricultural Officer, Agriculture, Environment and Fisheries Department, Scottish Office.

John Anthony Markland. Chief executive, Fife Council.

Professor Andrew Miller. Principal, University of Stirling The University of Stirling (Scottish Gaelic: Oilthigh Sruighlea) is a campus university, founded in 1967, in Stirling, Scotland. It is a national centre for teaching and research, with an international reputation. .

Robert McDowall Murdoch. Head teacher, Earnock High School, Hamilton.

Craig Collins Reedie. Chairman, British Olympic Association The British Olympic Association (BOA) is responsible for the United Kingdom's participation in the Olympic Games. It was formed on 24 May 1905 by the House of Commons. The first chairman of the association was Lord Desborough. .

Sir Michael Strang Steel, Forestry commissioner.

E. Michael Walker. Chairman, Walker Group Ltd.

James Nicol Walker, Joint managing director, Walkers Shortbread Ltd.

OBE

John Anderson. Lately chairman, Wise Group.

Constance Barbara Ballinger. Lately consultant Psychiatrist, Royal Dundee Liff Hospital.

Eric Findlater Brandie. Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental Affairs, Tengizchevroil.

Sheila Margaret Brock. Lately Campaign director, Museum of Scotland The Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, is a building which, together with the adjacent Royal Museum, comprises the National Museum of Scotland. It is dedicated to the history, people and culture of Scotland. The museum is on Chambers Street, in central Edinburgh. .

Robert Carlyle. Actor.

Professor Peter Fearnley Dale. President, International Federation of Surveyors.

Professor Ravindra Kumar Dhir. Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Dundee As the above opinion represents, there was a significant movement with the intention of decanting the entire university to Dundee, which the Royal Commission observed was now a "large and increasing town" - or indeed the establishment of a college along very similar lines to the present .

John Dobie. Lately Acting director of Education, City of Edinburgh Council.

Thomas Dixon Connochie Dun. Hill Farmer, Heriot, Midlothian.

Kevin Harry Dunion. Friends of the Earth International Friends of the Earth International (FoEI) is a federation of autonomous environmental organizations from 70 countries around the world.

In contrast to many other NGOs operating internationally, Friends of the Earth is structured from the bottom up as a network of
.

Cecil Thomas Finn, MBE. Lately president, Scottish Fishermen's Federation.

Janette Braid Gardner. Lately chairman, National Schizophrenia Fellowship Scotland.

George Drysdale Goldie. Chairman, National Groups Committee, Institute of Advanced Motorists The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) is a charity based in the United Kingdom whose objective is to improve car driving and motorcycle riding standards, and hence enhance road safety, through the proper use of a system of car/motorcycle control based on Roadcraft (commonly .

John Lyon Goodfellow. Chairman, Board of Management, Angus College.

Professor David Stanley Ingram. Lately Regius Keeper, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.

George McRae Keil. Investigations manager, Office of the Health Service Commissioner for Scotland.

David Andrew George Kilshaw. Chairman, Borders Health Board.

Margaret Anne Marshall Margaret Anne Marshall OBE (born January 4, 1949, Stirling) is a Scottish soprano who has appeared in a number of operatic performances.

Marshall was educated at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow before beginning her professional career.
. Opera and concert singer.

Leslie Catto McBain. Governor, H.M. Prison and Young Offenders' Institution Glenochil.

Samuel McComas. Director and General manager, Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd.

Malcolm McIver. Lately Deputy chairman, Accounts Commission for Scotland.

Professor David Sutherland McKay. Director, JVC Manufacturing UK Ltd.

Patricia Margaret McManus. Health Visitor, Hawick and chairman, Royal College of Nursing The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is a membership organisation with over 395,000 members in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1916, receiving its Royal Charter in 1928, Queen Elizabeth II is the patron.  Scottish Board.

John Boyd McMillan. Rector, Invergordon Academy.

Helen Jean Millar. Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes.

David Graham Pyatt. Principal Scientific Officer, Forestry Commission.

William James Rodger. Lately Principal Scientist, Strathclyde Police Forensic Science Laboratory.

Lt Col Alexander Hendrik Roosmalecocq, MC. Vice president, National Canine Defence League.

Albert Victor Tait. Deputy chief executive, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) is the representative association of Scottish local government and is the employers’ association on behalf of all Scottish councils. It is the equivalent in Scotland of the Local Government Association. .

Professor Urlan Alistair Wannop. Boundary Commission for Scotland.

Professor Robin Gordon Maclennan Webster. Head, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Aberdeen.

MBE

John Agnew. Member, Dumfries and Galloway Dumfries and Galloway (Dùn Phris agus an Gall-Ghaidhealaibh in Gaelic) is one of 32 council areas of Scotland. To the north, it borders onto South Ayrshire, East Ayrshire and South Lanarkshire; in the east the Borders; and to the south the county of Cumbria in England.  Council.

James Alcock. Chairman, Fife Local Medical Committee.

Arthur Andrew Anderson. Producer, Landward, BBC, Aberdeen.

Joy Margaret Barlow. Lately assistant director, Aberlour Childcare Trust.

Elizabeth Janet Preston Barrett. The St. Andrews Ambulance Association, Fort William.

Marjory Bett. Organist at H.M. Prison Aberdeen.

Richard Campbell Brickley. For services to Sport for Disabled People.

Edward Brown. Bedellus, University of Strathclyde The University of Strathclyde (Scottish Gaelic: Oilthigh Srath Chluaidh) is a university in Glasgow, Scotland. History
The university originated as Anderson's Institution in 1796.
.

Elizabeth Keen Brown. For services to the community in Garnethill, Glasgow.

Elizabeth Smith Armstrong Carr. Senior Personal secretary, Department of Trade and Industry The Department of Trade and Industry was a United Kingdom government department which was disbanded with the announcement of the creation of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform on 28 June 2007[1]. .

John Carruthers. Chairman, APEX Scotland.

Richard Waugh Chester. Director, National Youth Orchestra of Scotland The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) has provided music education and performance experience for young musicians throughout Scotland since its formation in 1979. .

Father Peter Conniffe. Chairman, Servite Houses.

Richard Corsie. Bowler.

Gary Coupland. Performer, The Singing Kettle.

Robert Kerr Cowan. Financial Adviser, Harmeny Education Trust.

Douglas James Davidson. Lately Special Constable, Tayside Police.

Arthur Delworth. British Limbless Ex-Servicemen's Association in Edinburgh

Barbara Mae Doherty. Head teacher, Langside Nursery School, Glasgow.

Patricia Mary Donald. General Medical Practitioner, Edinburgh.

James Gordon Duncan. Director of External Relations, Queen Margaret College For the Edinburgh, Scotland higher learning institute, see .

Queen Margaret College is an independent Presbyterian all girls high school/college in Wellington, New Zealand. The school was started in 1919 at 53 Hobson Street, Thorndon, Wellington.
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James Kennedy Dunn. For services to the community in Callander, Perthshire.

Hugh Brown Edmond. Lately Regional Supervisor for Scotland, British Potato Council The British Potato Council is a non-departmental public body whose mission is to develop and promote Britain's potato industry.

The BPC promotes the health benefits of potatoes to the general public, showing how potatoes are low in both fat and calories and packed full of
.

Madge Callaghan Elliot. For services to Lawn Tennis in Hawick, Roxburghshire.

Robert Young Scott Elliot. For services to Lawn Tennis in Hawick, Roxburghshire.

Duncan Archibald Ferguson. Scottish Fisheries Museum The Scottish Fisheries Museum is an award-winning museum in Anstruther, Fife that records the history of the Scottish fishing industry and its people from earliest times to the present day.  Development Appeal.

Cilla Fisher. Performer, The Singing Kettle.

Lamont Forbes. Guide Dogs for the Blind This article is about the guide dog school in the United States. For the British charitable organization, see The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.

Guide Dogs for the Blind
 Association, Friockheim, Angus.

Doris Ann Goodchild. Illustrator

Ola Mary Gorie. Designer and jewellery manufacturer.

Stanley Bryan Grieve. Retained Sub Officer, Dumfries and Galloway Fire Brigade.

Geoffrey Hadley. Chairman, Publications Committee, British Mycological Society.

John Phorson Hay. For services to the community in Cockburnspath, Berwickshire.

Kenneth Hedley. Shepherd, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.

Michael Duncan Holmes. Janitor, Central Primary School, Inverness.

Angus Hutchison. Lately Principal Lighthouse Keeper, Fair Isle Lighthouse, Orkney.

Sister Mary Katherine Hyland. Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow The Royal Hospital for Sick Children Yorkhill, Glasgow () is a hospital specialising in Pediatric healthcare. It is commonly referred to simply as Yorkhill. .

Harold Jackson, JP. For services to farming, conservation and to the community in Forfar, Angus.

Ronald Fraser Jamieson. For services to surveying and to the construction industry.

David B. Justice. Chairman and chief executive, Quality Scotland Foundation.

Isobel Meikle Kidd. Cancer Care, Galashiels.

Isabella Meldrum Cargill King. Revenue Officer, H.M. Board of Inland Revenue.

Dora Isabella Leitch. Enable in Caithness.

John Lochore. For services to the community in Golspie, Sutherland.

Iain MacArthur. For services to the community in Carloway, Isle of Lewis.

William Alexander MacLeod. Royal British Legion Scotland.

Ewan MacLeod. Stockman, Dalmally Auction Mart.

Malcolm Mackenzie. Reservoir Engineer, West of Scotland Water Authority.

John Thomas Martin. Assistant Firemaster, Strathclyde Fire Brigade.

Harry Brown McArthur. Mobile grocer, Isle of Skye.

Elizabeth Christina McDiarmid. Secretary, Perth and Kinross and Angus Provincial Mod.

Patricia Anne McGinlay.Glen Oaks Housing Association, Glasgow.

Dorothy Roy McKinna. For services to Scouting in Scotland.

Hugh McLafferty. Lately Member, West Dunbartonshire Children's Panel.

Annette Mitchell. Chairman, Shetland Health Council.

Jean Mitchell. For services to International Understanding and to Young People.

William Gordon Corlett Mitchell. Lately Master, MV Dalmarnock

James Mooney. Lately Supervisor, Scottish Prison Service.

Brendan Murphy. For services to economic development and to communications in rural

communities.

John Murray. For services to the Boys' Brigade in Hamilton, Lanarkshire.

Laurie Martin Naumann. Director, Scottish Council for Single Homeless.

Alistair Frank Hunter Nicolson. Lately Flexible Anti-Smuggling Team Member, H.M. Board of Customs and Excise.

Ethel Elizabeth Nunn. Founder, Society of Friends of the Lotus Children.

Guy Bruno Daniel Paget. Steward, Corgarff Castle. For services to Conservation.

George Geddes Parsonage. Glasgow Humane Society.

Annette Bell Paterson. For services to disabled and elderly people in Forres, Morayshire.

Andrew Currie Peaston. Building Control manager, Midlothian Council.

Alison May Preston. Music Tutor, Wardle Primary School, Edinburgh.

Catherine Anne Rafferty. For services to business and to the community, especially cancer charities, in Dumfries.

Helen Rankin. Member, Barrhead Housing Association.

Morag Henderson Robb. WRVS Project Organiser, Inverclyde Hospital, Greenock.

Sylvia Margaret Ross. Senior teacher, Kittybrewster Primary School, Aberdeen.

Ronald Edward Seton Rusack. Managing director, Edinburgh Canal Centre, Ratho.

James Scott. Royal British Legion Scotland,Turriff, Aberdeenshire.

Jean Smith. District nurse, Plean, Stirling.

Judith Anne Spenceley. General medical practitioner, Inverness.

Roger Summers. Prison Officer Band B, Scottish Prison Service.

Alistair Taylor. Chairman, Action for Research into Multiple Sclerosis, Wick.

Jean Thomson. For services to the Angus Riding for the Disabled Group.

Artie Trezise. Performer, The Singing Kettle.

Sydney Walker. For services to Community Arts Education in Montrose, Angus.

Ian Blair Wightman. For services to deprived communities in Dundee.

Walter McGillivray Williamson. Production Training Branch Leader, BP Oil.

David Willing. For services to the community in Findhorn, Moray.

Duncan Robertson Wilson. For services to Angling in Aberdeenshire.

Henry Martin Wuga. For services to sport for disabled people, Glasgow.
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huntyjnr (Member): William Alexander MacLeod. Royal British Legion Scotland 2/2/2011 11:47 PM
Does anyone have any more information on this gentleman? Would love to know his DOB so I know if he is a relative...

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