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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Henry Kitchener, 3rd Earl Kitchener, British soldier and aristocrat, died he was 92.

Major Henry Herbert Kitchener, 3rd Earl Kitchener DL TD , styled Viscount Broome from 1928 to 1937, was a British peer  died he was 92.. He was the son of Captain Henry Franklin Chevallier Kitchener, Viscount Broome, only son of Henry Kitchener, 2nd Earl Kitchener. His great-uncle was the renowned military commander Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener.

(24 February 1919 – 16 December 2011)

He was educated at Winchester and Trinity College, Cambridge. He succeeded his grandfather in the earldom on 27 March 1937. In 1937, he was a Page of Honour to King George VI at his coronation. Lord Kitchener served in the Royal Corps of Signals, retiring with the rank of major, and was President of the Lord Kitchener National Memorial Fund from 1950 until his death. In 1972, he served as Deputy Lieutenant of Cheshire. Like his uncle before him, he was an English Freemason. In 2005, he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Royal Confraternity of Sao Teotonio. He was a Vice President of The Western Front Association.
Lord Kitchener's interest in the application of evidence-based research was demonstrated by his role of President and a Trustee of the Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour[1] (formerly Natural Justice) a UK charity conducting scientific research into the effects of nutrition on brain function and behaviour. Kitchener was associated with the charity for over 20 years serving under two chairmen, the late Bishop Hugh Montefiore and the current chairman, Mrs Frances Jackson. He took a keen, detailed, interest in IFBB's scientific work, interrogating scientists robustly at Board Meetings on the progress of their research and was a keen and perceptive reader of academic journal articles and papers.
Henry Kitchener was also a committed supporter of the organic movement and took up a role with the charity Garden Organic (formerly the Henry Doubleday Research Association - HDRA). Having joined the charity’s founder, Lawrence Hills’, band of enthusiasts in July 1958, as member number 171, Henry Kitchener became its president in 1973, a position he was to occupy for the next thirty-five years. In 2008, during Garden Organic’s 50th anniversary year, Earl Kitchener left the organisation as President and was replaced by Professor Tim Lang. However Earl Kitchener remained interested in the organic movement and regularly wrote and updated the organisation whenever a subject arose that he felt passionately about.
Lord Kitchener was unmarried, and, upon his death in 2011[2] the title Earl Kitchener became extinct.[3]
His niece Emma Joy Kitchener is a lady-in-waiting to Princess Michael of Kent and is the wife of actor/screenwriter Lord Fellowes of West Stafford, (known as Julian Fellowes). On May 9, 2012, the Queen issued a Royal Warrant of Precedence declaring that Lady Fellowes "shall henceforth have, hold and enjoy the same title, rank, place, pre-eminence and precedence as a daughter of an Earl" as she would have received if her father had survived her uncle and "succeeded to the title and dignity of Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and Broome." [1].

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