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Sir James Edward Masterton-Smith KCB (24 August 1878 – 4 May 1938) was a British civil servant. He was the son of Edward Smith, formerly a member of the Stock Exchange. In 1905 Masterton-Smith married Barbara Crosbie-Hill. She was the eldest daughter of W. S. J. Crosbie-Hill, JP, of the Red House, Sevenoaks, Kent. They had one son and one daughter. His first wife died in 1921 in tragic circumstances. In 1923 Masterton-Smith married Marjorie, the only daughter of Hubert B. Marten of 15 Mallord Street, London, SW3. Masterton-Smith was educated at Harrow School and Hertford College, Oxford.

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  • Sir James Edward Masterton-Smith KCB (24 August 1878 – 4 May 1938) was a British civil servant. He was the son of Edward Smith, formerly a member of the Stock Exchange. In 1905 Masterton-Smith married Barbara Crosbie-Hill. She was the eldest daughter of W. S. J. Crosbie-Hill, JP, of the Red House, Sevenoaks, Kent. They had one son and one daughter. His first wife died in 1921 in tragic circumstances. In 1923 Masterton-Smith married Marjorie, the only daughter of Hubert B. Marten of 15 Mallord Street, London, SW3. Masterton-Smith was educated at Harrow School and Hertford College, Oxford.
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  • Sir James Edward Masterton-Smith KCB (24 August 1878 – 4 May 1938) was a British civil servant. He was the son of Edward Smith, formerly a member of the Stock Exchange. In 1905 Masterton-Smith married Barbara Crosbie-Hill. She was the eldest daughter of W. S. J. Crosbie-Hill, JP, of the Red House, Sevenoaks, Kent. They had one son and one daughter. His first wife died in 1921 in tragic circumstances. In 1923 Masterton-Smith married Marjorie, the only daughter of Hubert B. Marten of 15 Mallord Street, London, SW3. Masterton-Smith was educated at Harrow School and Hertford College, Oxford. He entered the Home Civil Service (Class I). His career is summarised: * 1901 Admiralty, * 1904-1908 Private Secretary to the Second Sea Lord, * 1908-1910 Private Secretary to the Permanent Secretary, * 1910-1917 Private Secretary to successive First Lords of the Admiralty (Mr Reginald McKenna, Mr Winston Churchill, Mr Arthur Balfour, Sir Edward Carson, and Sir Eric Geddes, * Sep 1917 - Jan 1919 Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Munitions, * 1919-1920 Assistant Secretary (Additional), War Office and Air Ministry, * 1920-1921 Joint Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour, * 1921-1924 Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, * 1924 retired. He was a member of the official side of the National Whitley Council for the Civil Service;
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