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Birthday Honours 2001 Friday, 15 June, 2001, 23:27 GMT 00:27 UK
Diplomatic Service and Overseas

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
James Galway, OBE. For services to music.

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB
Gerald David Wynn. Director of Operations, GCHQ.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

GCMG
Sir John (Olav) Kerr, KCMG. Head, HM Diplomatic Service.

KCMG
Graham Hugh Boyce, CMG. HM Ambassador, Cairo.
Richard Billing Dearlove, OBE. Chief, Secret Intelligence Service.
David Geoffrey Manning, CMG. Permanent Representative, UKDel, NATO.
Nicholas Vernon Scheele. For services to British motor exports.

CMG
Anthony John Abbott, OBE. Governor, Montserrat.
Professor Michael Parker Banton. UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Stuart Armitage Brooks, OBE. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Edward Paul Ronald Cautley. For services to British Business Interests Overseas.
Anthony Hamilton Millard Kirk-Greene, MBE. For services to the History of Africa.
John Andrew Patrick Hill, CBE. For services to British Trade Overseas.
Peter Lawrence Hunt. Lately HM Consul-General, Istanbul.
Gerard Anthony Lemos. For services to the British Council.
Peter Longworth. British High commissioner, Harare.
Miss Kaye Wight Oliver, OBE. British High commissioner, Maseru.
Professor Jonathan Dermot Spence. For services to the Study of Modern China.
Charles Richard Vernon Stagg. HM Ambassador, Sofia.
Selwyn Charles Cornelius Wheeler. For services to broadcasting and journalism overseas.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE
Dr Howard Archibald Fergus, CBE. Former Speaker, Legislative Council, Montserrat.
Jeffrey Russell James, CMG. British High commissioner, Nairobi.

CBE
Dr Cynthia Ruth Butlin. For services to the eradication of leprosy in India and Nepal.
Albray Victor Butterfield, MBE. For services to the community, Providenciales.
John Charles Galliano. Fashion Designer. For services to the fashion industry.
Neil Trevor Kaplan, QC. For services to international arbitration.
Robert Charles Lane. For services to British commercial and legal interests overseas.
Donald Malpas, OBE. For services to the British community, Sao Paulo.
Dudley Stuart John Moore. For services to Anglo-American film and theatre.
Professor Simon Michael Schama. For services to history and art criticism.
Dr Keith Mortimer Waddell, MBE. For services to the blind in Uganda.
Googie Withers. For services to British theatre, film and television.
Theodore Zeldin. For services to literature and Anglo-French relations.

OBE
Iqbal Ahmed. For services to international trade.
Ms Ann Rosemary Arnott. Director, British Council, Ethiopia.
David Thomas Baldwin. Director, British Council, Syria.
Peter Spencer Bayliff. For services to British education in The Netherlands.
Ms Jane Mallory Birkin. For services to acting and UK-French cultural relations.
Dr Susan Margaret Black. For services to forensic anthropology, Kosovo.
John Douglas Bradley. Lately Senior Adviser, Common External Services, European Commission.
Leslie Bricusse. Writer-composer-lyricist. For services to the film industry and the theatre.
Ian James Campbell. For services to UK Exports.
Patrick Anthony Connolly. Senior Management Officer, British Embassy, Peking.
Richard Ogilby Leslie Fraser Darling. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Barrie Victor Dingle. For services to British commercial interests in Indonesia.
Cecil Raymond Dismont, MBE. For service to the community, Bermuda.
Dr Patrick Duncan. For services to scientific research overseas.
Miss Haruko Fukuda. For services to UK-Japanese relations.
Noel Joseph Guckian. Deputy head of Mission, British Embassy, Tripoli.
Peter Sexty Guest. For services to British commercial interests in Korea.
Bruce Campbell Harris. For services to childcare advocacy in Latin America.
Dr Georgina Wendy Herrmann. Director, International Merv Project, Turkmenistan.
Malcolm Geoffrey Hilson. Lately High commissioner, Vanuatu.
Nigel Mark Anthony Hubbard. For services to the community and British commercial interests in Guatemala.
Sister Barbara Denise Jaggar. For services to nursing education in Uganda.
Dominic James Robert Jermey. Lately British Representative in East Timor.
Robert Jobbins. Director, World Service News and Programme Commissioning, BBC World Service.
John Trevor Jones. For services to exports.
Martin Gerriets Kelsey. For services to Save the Children in South America.
Philip Anthony Knight. British Honorary Consul-General, Antwerp.
Michael David Laidler. Lately head, EU Delegation, South Africa.
Jonathan Bailey Lewis. For services to British commercial interests, Italy.
Everton Byron Merchant. Director, Audit, British Council HQ.
Willie Kong Sang Mok. For services to the welfare of ex-servicemen in Hong Kong.
John Wainwright Newman. For services to the community, St. Helena.
Bertrand Beresford Osborne, MBE. For public service, Montserrat.
Linford Ainsworth Pierson, JP. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Dr Robert Andrew Reekie. Regional Medical Officer, British High Commission, Dhaka.
George James Riches. For services to exports.
Dr Marion Robinson. For public service, Bermuda.
Miss Marion Rosenberg. For services to the British film industry.
Michael Lloyd Ross. For services to British commercial interests in Iran.
Robin Malcolm Smeaton. For services to British interests in Spain.
Andrew Nicholas Stern. For services to British commercial interests, Nigeria.
Terence John Stone. For services to international trade.
Professor Peter Savvas Vanezis. For services to forensic pathology, Kosovo.
Diarmid James Williams. Lately head of Council Secretariat, WEU.
Dr David Balcombe Wingate, MBE. For public service, Bermuda.
Michael Alan Young. For services to international human rights.

MBE
Michael John Adams. For services to the arts and the community, Seychelles.
Alexis Jesus George Almeda. For public service, Gibraltar.
Miss Elizabeth Ruth Arnold. Accommodation Officer, British Embassy Washington.
Mrs Sarah Thomas de Benetiz. For services to the education and rehabilitation of street children in Mexico.
The Rev David Francis Bingham. For services to the local community, Sarawak.
Mrs Lesley Blanch. For services to literature.
Ms Jennifer Margaret Bray. Principal, British School, Brussels.
Mrs Joanna Elizabeth Brown. For services to the international community and the Royal Over-Seas League, Geneva.
Brian Edward David Chart. For services to the British community, Colombia.
Miss Sheila Joan Colby. P.A. to Ambassador, British Embassy Mexico City.
Miss Elizabeth Mary Cross. For services to the blind and disabled in poor communities overseas.
Raymond Peter Cunningham. Chief Security Officer, British High Commission Islamabad.
Gwilym Henry Davies. For services to UK-Japanese relations.
Miss Barbara Joan Dent. Films Officer, British Embassy Paris.
Mrs Violet Gumbleton Diallo. For services to the local community, Mali.
David Alexander Donabie. For services to the British community, Saudi Arabia.
Mrs Barbara Ann Pamela Elcock. P.A. to the head of DfID Caribbean Office, Bridgetown.
Brian Albert Field. Lately Senior Defence Economist, Economics Directorate, NATO.
Charles Amphlett Gardner. For services to British interests and the community, Kenya.
Ronald Alexander Glen. For services to the British community, Paris.
Ronald Meredith Green. Web Master, British High Commission Canberra.
Miss Ruth Mary Greene. Lately assistant, Political Affairs Division, WEU Secretariat-General.
Michael Martin Hugo Gross. For services to UK-Israeli relations.
David Stanley Hardy. For services to the British community, Libya.
Miss Margaret Rosary Haswell. For services to rural development in Africa.
Mrs Julia Hausermann. For services to international human rights.
The Rev Canon Jim Hawthorne. For services to the community, Palma de Mallorca.
Jonathan Head. For services to broadcasting, Indonesia.
Mrs Amanda Louise Hughes. For services to healthcare, Romania.
The Reverend Steven Philip Hughes. For services to the local community, Romania.
Mrs Elizabeth Hinson Hurlston. For services to the local community, Cayman Islands.
Sister Wenona Almenia Aduzella Jennings. For services to nursing and heathcare in West Africa.
Daniel Elwyn Jones. For services to international human rights.
Bruce Lebert Anstene Lashley. Driver, British High Commission Bridgetown.
Christopher Jock Murdoch MacKenzie. For services to the local community in Hungary.
Mrs Jessica Cavell March. For services to tourism, St. Helena.
Mrs Margaret Jean Massey. For services to the community, Peru.
Mrs Elizabeth Alison Maxwell. Assistant Commercial Officer, British Embassy Rome.
John Patrick William Buchanan McAuslan. For services to land use and the environment in Africa.
Michael Alan Moore. Director, British Council, Uzbekistan.
Robert Alexander Netherton. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
John Hewlett Nunneley. For services to UK-Japanese relations.
Patrick Thomas O'Callaghan. VSO Programme director, Papua New Guinea.
William Joseph Osborn. For services to British interests in Zambia.
Geoffrey Roger Pearson. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Andrew Robert Potter. For services to the blind in Central and West Africa.
Robert William Potts. For services to British commercial interests in Libya.
Peter Leo Raven. For charitable services in the USA.
Mrs Linda Christine Ricketts. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Alastair Roberts. Consul Commercial, British Consulate General Bordeaux.
Dr Helen Elizabeth Roberts. For services to the blind in Kenya.
Nigel Derek Shaw. Lately Translation Department, WEU Secretariat General.
David Alan Siddle. For services to animal welfare and conservation, Zambia.
Mrs Sheila Winifred Siddle. For services to animal welfare and conservation, Zambia.
Mrs Anne Elizabeth Sunley. For services to the British community, Madrid.
Melvin Tebbutt. For services to the local community, Montserrat.
Mrs Maureen Van Tiggelen. For services to the British community in Belgium.
Peter George Waddell. For services to UK-Saudi Arabian sporting relations.
William Robert Scotland Webb. For services to British interests in Abu Dhabi.
Mrs Pauline Ann Weppler. Executive assistant, British Consulate General, New York.
John William West. Honorary British Representative, Penang.
Miss Karen Lesley Williams. Second secretary and vice-Consul, British Embassy Rangoon.


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