HEADLAM-MORLEY, Kenneth Arthur Sonntag
Secretary, The Iron and Steel Institute, 1933-67.
Born 24 June 1901; only son of late Sir James Headlam-Morley, CBE (who assumed
additional surname of Morley by Royal Licence, 1917), Historical Adviser to the
Foreign Office, and Else, youngest daughter of late Dr August Sonntag, Lüneburg;
married 1951, Lorna Dione, daughter of late Francis Kinchin Smith; three sons
Eton; New Coll., Oxford (Schol.).
Staff of Dorman, Long & Co. Ltd, 1924; Secretary: Inst. of Metals, 1944-47;
Instn of Metallurgists, 1945-48; Dep. Controller Chrome Ore, Magnesite and
Wolfram Control, Foundry Bonding Materials Control and assoc. Controls of Min.
of Supply, 1940-43. Hon. Life Member: Amer. Inst. of Mining and Metallurgical
Engrs, 1955; Amer. Soc. for Metals, 1955. Hon. Member: l'Assoc. des Ingénieurs
sortis de l'Ecole de Liège, 1955; Verein deutscher Eisenhüttenleute, 1955;
Soc. Française de Métallurgie, 1956; The Indian Institute of Metals, 1963.
Chevalier Order of Vasa (Sweden), 1954; Chevalier Order of the Crown (Belgium),
Field House, Whorlton, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham DL12 8XA. Telephone: Teesdale
Died 28 October 1982.
HEADLAM, Maurice Francis
CB 1923; CMG 1929; MA Oxon.
Eldest son of late Francis John Headlam, Stipendiary Magistrate of Manchester;
born 19 October 1873; married 1922, Lady Vera Grimston, youngest daughter of 3rd
Earl of Verulam; three sons.
Eton (KS); Corpus Christi College, Oxford (scholar).
Clerk, Board of Trade, 1897; Treasury, 1899; Asst Private Secretary to the
Chancellor of the Exchequer (Rt Hon. Austen Chamberlain), 1903-1905; Treasury
Remembrancer and Deputy Paymaster for Ireland, 1912-1920; an Assistant Secretary
to the Treasury, 1920-1926; Comptroller-General and Secretary of National Debt
Office, 1927-1938; a British representative on the Pacific Cable Board,
1923-1942; Acting Chairman, 1927-1942; Silver Jubilee Medal, 1935; Coronation
A Holiday Fisherman, 1934, 2nd edn, 1949; Rod, Horn, and Gun, 1942; Bishop and
Friend, 1945; Irish Reminiscences, 1947.
Pré Mill House, St Albans. Telephone: St Albans 57586.
Travellers'; St George's Yacht (Kingstown).
Died 2 November 1956
HEADLAM, Rev. Canon Morley Lewis Caulfield
Vicar of Atcham, Shrewsbury; Surrogate.
Born 13 February 1868; son of Morley Headlam and Louisa Kate Beamish; married
1908, Olive Muriel Newton; one son two daughters.
Aysgarth and Durham Schools (Kings Scholar); All Souls College, Oxford (Bible
Clerk); Leeds Clergy School. Lit. Hum., 1891; MA 1896.
Deacon 1894; priest 1895; Curate St Saviour's, Leicester, 1894-1898; Chaplain,
Home Missions, Adelaide, S. Australia, 1898-1902; Warden of Theological College,
1900-1902; Curate of St John's, Middlesbrough, 1902-1904; Vicar, 1904-1906;
Vicar of St John's, Keswick, 1906-1918; Horsham, 1918-1934; Rural Dean,
Surrogate, 1919-1934; Proctor in Convocation, 1928-1929; Prebendary of
Chichester, 1931; Canon Emeritus of Chichester, 1934; Rural Dean of Shrewsbury,
1935-1939; OCF, 1941.
The Vicarage, Atcham, Shrewsbury, Salop. Telegraphic Address: Atcham
Cross Houses. Telephone: Cross Houses 231.
Died 24 November 1953