Brigadier M G Douglas-Withers CBE ADC

Director, Royal Artillery 1996-2000

In 1992, he was Commander, 1st Artillery Brigade, in Germany.

Brigadier MG DOUGLAS-WITHERS CBE (479213) late Royal Regiment of Artillery retires on retired pay 29 May 2000 and is appointed to Reserve of Officers

Others:

Capt. (T./Maj.) Herbert Henry Douglas-Withers. S. Lane. R. awarded the Military Cross, 28 August 1917

 

James Douglas-Withers is an investment manager, graduating from the University of Warwick in 2002 with a BSc (Hons) in Maths and Philosophy. He subsequently worked for Friends Provident for a year before joining Rathbones in 2003, working for the Unit Trust division.

James joined the private client business of Rathbones in 2007 and is a member of Rathbones’ Stock Selection Committee. He has worked for various different investment teams around the business and has gained a thorough knowledge of the services offered by the company.

James has passed the Investment Management Certificate and is also a CFA

 

I HERBERT HENRY DOUGLAS-WITHERS,
, heretofore called and known by the name of
Herbert Henry Withers, of Walton, near Warrington,
in the countv of Lancashire, a Lieutenant in the
South Lancashire Regiment, hereby give public notice,
that on the twenty-first day of September, one 'thousand
nine hundred and fourteen, I determined to
assume and take and thenceforth 'to use the surname of
Douglas in addition and as a prefix to the surname*
of Withers; and I give notice, that by a deed poll,
dated the twenty-first day of September, one thousand
nine hundred and fourteen, duly executed and attested
and enrolled at .the Central Office of the
Supreme Coiirt, on the 22nd day of September, one
thousand nine hundred and -fourteen, I formally declared
that I should at all times thereafter in all
deeds and writings, and in all dealings and transactions,
and on all occasions whatsoever use the surname
of Douglas in addition and as a prefix to the surname of
Withers, and so as to be at all times thereafter called,
known and described by the name of Herbert Henry
Douglas-Withers exclni&ively.—Dated the 22nd day of
September, 1914.
09; HERBERT HENRY DOUGLAS-WITHERS.

 

Major-General John Keppel Ingold Douglas-Withers, CBE, MC, a Forward Observer with 113 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, facing Monte Camino, (1919-1997) CBE 1969