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Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert

(1868-1935), Senior Crown Agent for the Colonies

Sitter in 13 portraits

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The Imperial War Cabinet, by Vandyk - NPG x32125

The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32125

The Imperial War Cabinet, by Vandyk - NPG x32126

The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32126

The Imperial War Cabinet, by Vandyk - NPG x32127

The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32127

The Imperial War Cabinet, by Vandyk - NPG x32124

The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32124

The Imperial War Cabinet, by Vandyk - NPG x130051

The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x130051

Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x121237

Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 8 December 1921
NPG x121237

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The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32123

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Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert

by Walter Stoneman
negative, 1919
NPG x66231

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Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert

by Walter Stoneman
negative, 1919
NPG x66232

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Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert

by Walter Stoneman
negative, 1919
NPG x66233

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Dr Ben Knighton

14 June 2019, 11:52

Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert (1868-1935) KCMG CB, son of Henry Thomas Lambert and Georgina Emily Miller. He married Aileen Mary Arthur, daughter of John Raynor Arthur and Hon. Aileen Spring Rice, on 28 September 1892. Eton and New College, Oxford. Colonial Office 1892, 2nd Class Clerk, Chairman of Emigrants’ Office 1895, 1st class clerk 1898, visited Australia 1905, Principal Clerk Jan. 1907, Assistant Under-Secretary, Colonial Office 1917, Dominions Division of the Colonial Office, to Geneva to attend the first meeting of the Assembly of the League of Nations 1920 Senior Crown Agent for the Colonies 1921-32 Authored History of Banstead in Surrey (1912) and co-wrote Godstone: A parish history (1929) and the multi-volume A Historical Geography of the British Colonies. He died on 9 February 1935. His son, Lt.-Col. Roger Uvedale Lambert married Muriel Froude Antrobus, daughter of Sir Reginald Laurence Antrobus (1853-1942) KCMG Principal Clerk in the Colonial Office before 1897, Crown Agent for the Colonies.

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