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Birthday Honours 2002 Friday, 14 June, 2002, 23:00 GMT 00:00 UK
Knights Bachelor etc
Honours creating new Privy Counsellors, Knights Bachelor and the Order of the Companion of Honour, among other awards.

Professor Peter Robert Frank Bell. Professor of Surgery, Leicester. For services to Surgery.
(Leicester, Leicestershire)
Peter Thomas Blake, CBE. Artist. For services to Art. (London, W4)
Brian Anthony Briscoe. Chief executive, Local Government Association. For services to Local Government. (Maidstone, Kent)
Professor Partha Sarathi Dasgupta. Frank Ramsay Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge. For services to Economics. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Robert Dowling. Headteacher, George Dixon Secondary School and Sixth Form College and also of Selly Oak Special School. For services to Special Needs Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Roy Alan Gardner. Chief executive, Centrica plc. For services to the Gas and Electricity Industries. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)
Max Macdonald Hastings. Lately Editor, Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph. For services to Journalism. (Hungerford, Berkshire)
Michael Philip Jagger (Mick Jagger). Singer and Songwriter. For services to popular music.
Professor Ian Kershaw. Professor of Modern History, University of Sheffield. For services to History. (Manchester, Greater Manchester)
Professor Peter Julius Lachmann. For services to Medical Science. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Professor John Stuart Lilleyman. Head, Paediatric Haematology and Oncology, Barts and The London School of Medicine. For services to Pathology. (Keysoe, Bedfordshire)
Professor Colin Renshaw Lucas. Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford. For services to Higher Education. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Philip John Courtney Mawer. Lately secretary General, Archbishops' Council and General Synod of the Church of England. For services to the Church of England. (Welwyn, Hertfordshire)
Thomas Fulton Wilson McKillop. Chief executive, AstraZeneca. For services to the Pharmaceutical Industry. (London, SW1W)
Graham Meldrum, CBE, QFSM. HM chief inspector of Fire Services, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. (Warwick, Warwickshire)
Jonathan Wolfe Miller, CBE. Opera director. For services to music and the arts. (London, W4)
Gulam Kaderbhoy Noon, MBE. For services to Industry. (London, SW1)
Trevor Robert Nunn, CBE. Director. For services to the Theatre. (London, W6)
Peter Rigby. For services to Information Technology and to Business in the West Midlands.
(Solihull, West Midlands)
Robert William Robson, CBE. For services to Association Football. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
David Calvert-Smith, QC. Director of Public Prosecutions. (London)
Brian John Stewart, CBE. Chairman, Scottish and Newcastle plc. For services to Industry.
Anthony John Patrick Vineall. Lately chairman, School Teachers' Review Body. For services to Education. (Guildford, Surrey)
Alfred Cecil Walker, JP. For political and public service. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)
Keith Roderick Whitson. Group chief executive, HSBC Holdings plc. For services to Banking.
(London, SW7)
David Wilmot, QPM, DL. Chief Constable, Greater Manchester Police. For services to the Police. (Cheshire)
Nicholas Raymond Winterton, MP. Member of Parliament for Macclesfield. For services to Parliament. (Congleton, Cheshire)
Ronald Wayne De Witt. Chief executive, North West London Strategic Health Authority. For services to the NHS. (London, SW5)
Anthony Ian Young. Lately Senior Deputy General secretary, Communication Workers' Union; president, TUC; Governor, BBC. For services to Employment Relations. (Middlesex)


Sir Michael Eliot Howard, CBE, MC. Emeritus Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford. For services to Military Studies. (Hungerford, Berkshire)
Harold Pinter, CBE. Playwright. For services to Literature. (London, W10)


Sir (Gerald) Hayden Phillips, KCB. Permanent secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department and Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. (London)

Jon Deacon Shortridge. Permanent secretary, National Assembly for Wales. (Cardiff)
Robin Urquhart Young. Permanent secretary, Department of Trade and Industry. (London, SW1V)

Professor Mansel Aylward. Chief Medical Adviser and Medical director, Department for Work and Pensions. (Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan)
Ian Brooke. Senior Civil Servant, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Mrs Hilary Kay Douglas. Managing director, Corporate Services and Development, HM Treasury.
(Walton on Thames, Surrey)
Peter Garland. Director of Health and Social Care, North, Department of Health. (Ilkley, West Yorkshire)
Douglas Alexander Osler. HM Senior chief inspector of Education, Scottish Executive.
(Haddington, East Lothian)
Alastair Harkness Papps. Lately Associate director, Centre for Management and Policy Studies, Cabinet Office and Operational director, HM Prison Service. (Alnwick, Northumberland)
Ms Alice Elizabeth Perkins (Mrs Straw). Head, Civil Service Corporate Management and Reform, Cabinet Office.
David Francis William Pickup. Solicitor, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (London, SE1)
Godfrey Robson. Director of Policy, Health Department, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)
David James Watkins. For Public Service. (Belfast)


Desmond John Bowen. For services to NATO. (London)
Martin Eugene Donnelly. Deputy head, European Secretariat, Cabinet Office. (London)
Peter Michael Mathews. Founder, Black Country Metals Ltd. For services to Export. (Kinver, West Midlands)
William Llewelyn Stow. Deputy permanent Representative to the EU, Department of Trade and Industry. (Kent)
Richard Timmis Turner, OBE. Group Marketing director, Rolls Royce plc. For services to Trade and Investment. (London, W11)


Stephen Mark Jeffrey Lamport, CVO. Private secretary and Treasurer to The Prince of Wales.
Col John Bradford Timmins, OBE, TD, JP. Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester.

Capt Martin John Appleton. Royal Navy, formerly director-General, King George's Fund for Sailors.
Capt Michael Ernest Barrow, DSO. Royal Navy, Gentleman Usher to The Queen.
Michael Edward Kilby Hewlett, LVO. Formerly managing director, Royal Collection Enterprises.
Air Vice-Marshal Barry Hamilton Newton, CB, OBE. Gentleman Usher to The Queen.

Paul Martin Almond, MVO. Assistant to the Crown Equerry.
James William Charles Moir. BBC Royal Liaison.
Mrs Donna Claire Mowbray, MVO. Accountant, Property Services.
Lt Col Nigel John Newman. Chapter Clerk, St. George's Chapel.
Miss Viola Bridget Pemberton-Pigott, MVO. Senior Paintings Conservator, Royal Collection.
Geoffrey Brian Skelsey. Principal assistant Registrar, University of Cambridge.
Miss Gillian Irene Wickham, MVO. Payroll Supervisor, Royal Household.

Dr John David Keith Burton, CBE. Formerly Coroner to the Royal Household.
Sydney William Creamer. R. A. Creamer and Son. For services to the Royal Household.
John Martin Curr. Assistant chief Accountant, Royal Household.
Lt Cdr William Nicholas Entwisle. Royal Navy; formerly Equerry to The Prince of Wales.
Mrs Amanda Jane Foster. Press Officer, The Prince of Wales's Household.
Alec Jacobs. Surveyor of Works, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Richard George Lewis. Gentleman of The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace.
John Douglas Mitchell, OBE. For services to The Prince's Trust.
Miss Elizabeth Jane Potter (Mrs Anslow). Formerly Farrer & Co. For services to the Royal Household.
Grahame Alexander Storey. Accountant, Royal Studs.
Graham Donald Trew. Gentleman of The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace.
Lt Col Richard Alan Waterer, OBE. Commandant, Royal Marines School of Music and Principal director of Music, Royal Marines Band Service.
Capt John Roger Wilson. Public Enterprises Administrator, Balmoral Estate.
David Hugh Farrow, RVM, formerly tractor driver, Sandringham Estate.
John Nelson Hart, RVM, Beat Keeper, Sandringham Estate.
Richard Clive Lines, RVM, painter and decorator, Sandringham Estate.
Adrian Osborne, RVM, foreman electrician, Sandringham Estate.

Roy Keith Barnett. Yeoman Bed Goer, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
Miss Ruby Sandra Capstick. Head Housemaid, Windsor Castle.
Julian Charles George Clare. Assistant Drawings Restorer, Royal Library.
Adrian John Denman. Head Gardener, Windsor Castle.
Mrs Megan Gent. Paper Conservator, Royal Archives.
Michael Robert Hancock. Painter and Decorator, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Constable Robin Arthur Jary. Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
Huw Cefin Jones. Junior Sous Chef, Royal Kitchens.
Joseph Geoffrey Last, BEM. Head Chauffeur, Royal Mews.
Peter James Lea. Formerly Office Keeper, Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood.
David John Oates. Coachman, Royal Mews.
John William Stanyard. Divisional Sergeant Major, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
Neville William Taylor. Divisional Sergeant Major, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
David William Thorne. Ranger, Country Park, Sandringham Estate.
David Edgar Waters. Formerly Woodman, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Thomas William Wells. Estate Foreman, Lancashire Survey, Duchy of Lancaster.
David Frank Westwood. Exhibitions and Maintenance Conservator, Royal Library.
Raymond Wheaton. Page of the Chambers, Master of the Household's Department.

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