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Adm. at TRINITY HALL, 1882.
[5th, and youngest] s. of William Columbus, Esq., of Ravenbourne Park, Catford Bridge.
B. July 6, 1863.
School, King's College, London.
Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1883; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1927.
Hon. Fellow, 1916.
Rowing 'blue,' 1887.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1884.
Called to the Bar, Nov. 17, 1887.
M.P. for N. Monmouthshire, 1895-1918.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1905; President, Board of Education, 1907-8; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1908-11 (during which period he did much to prepare the Navy for the war of 1914-19); Home Secretary, 1911-15; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1915-16.
Chairman of the Midland Bank from 1919.
For many years closely associated with the Royal College of Music.
Author, Post-War Banking Policy; What is Banking? Died Sept.
6, 1943, in London.
(Law Lists; Inns of Court; Who's Who; The Times, Sept.
|Reginald MCKENNA |
Approx. lifespan: 18631961
Adm Trinity Hall 1882
5th, and youngest] s. of William Columbu MCKENNA s, Esq., of Ravenbourne Park, Catford Bridge.
Sch: King's College London
Hon. Fellow 1916
Rowing "blue" 1887
Adm. Inner Temple: 1884:01:26
Called to the Bar: 1887:11:17
M.P. for: : N. Monmouthshire 1895-1918
Financial Sec. to: : Treasury 1905
President: Board of Education 1907-08
First Lord of Admiralty 1908-11
(during which period he did much to prepare Navy for war of (1914-19));
Home Sec.: 1911-15
Chancellor of the Exchequer: 1915-16
Chairman of: Midland Bank from 1919
For many years closely associated with the Sch: Royal College of Music
Publ.: Post-War Banking Policy; What is Banking? d. 1943:09:06,in London
( Law Lists; Inns of Court; Who's Who; The Times 1943:09:07)