There is a diverse list of acknowledgements for the contents of this site. Thanks to the following:

The six new Rector-requested ‘modern’ biographies. The six subjects, Tom Bacciarelli and London Club webmaster Will Dunnett for his expert presentation on their site

Covid Schola Regia participants – three pupils, two FP’s and the Rector, all expertly produced and directed by Ian Cowie

The 1934 Melrose 7’s winners – more than a dozen contributors, including Pam Honoré from Alberta in Canada for much of the content for the story of her father Robert Bisset.

FP Authors – sixteen to date

John Cruikshank VC for his 100th birthday article, to Lucy Krauth for the presentation speech and Ian Cowie for production

The 2020 virtual Prize Giving – Frank Crowe for his FP speech

The Janitors article – Katy Gray, great grand-daughter of ‘Jannie’ (Sergeant) Falconer for her input

The Remembrance article – Val Carson for extensive information about James Lewis Gilmour, Traci Gaven and Terry Brotherstone for Tommie Brotherstone, and Ian Cowie for extensive research on Tommie Brotherstone, and on the fate of Billy Scott and Ronnie Sinclair

The Duke of Kent’s visit in 2020 – Val Tudball MBE DL for enabling this, and the historian for producing a tableful of archival material from his own collection

And as ever, Club President Ian Cowie for his research and support, Tom Bacciarelli for many components in the site, also editing, checking and advice, Will Dunnett (the RHS London Club website administrator) for his support and sharing of topics, John Stables (recently retired School Technician), and Michael Rutherford in his role as email publishing guru for ensuring that all FP’s are advised of changes in the site content.


The RHS digital history acknowledgements page records the names of over 100 individuals who contributed to that product. Its last update was in 2019, and many more names will appear there in future years. Click here to see an image of the digital history contents page.