Person    | Male  Born 16/12/1904  Died 1/10/1982

Sir Ian Bowater

Lord Lieutenant of the City of London in 1939; Sheriff of the City of London in 1985; and Lord Mayor of London 1969 - 1970.

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Sir Ian Bowater

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Guildhall reconstruction

{Beneath the City of London crest:} Lt. Col. and Alderman Sir Ian Frank Bowat...

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