Master 1836 - Edward Stillwell
Master 1840 - Henry William Johnson Sarah Johnson
Master 1857 & 58 - Edward S Stillwell
Master 1900 - Col. Sir John Roper Parkington
The Tablet - The International Catholic Newsweekly - 19th January 1924 - 'We regret to record the death of Colonel Sir John Roper Parkington, who passed away on Monday night at his residence, Broadwater Lodge, Wimbledon, in his eighty-first year. He had been ill since the previous Wednesday. Sir Roper Parkington was a convert to the church, and had been a Catholic for many years. He was the son of John Weldon Parkington, and received his education at private schools in England and France. For a long period he was Consul-General for Montenegro, and he took an active park in aiding the work of the Montenegrin Red Cross. Among many offices and distinctions held by him, he was Hon. Colonel of the 7th V.B. Essex Regiment, late Major in the Royal Surrey Militia, a Lieutenant for the City of London, J.P. and D.L. for the County of London, and Vice-President of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce. Sir Roper was an Officier d'Academie Francaise, and the Royal Orders of Serbia, Montenegro, and the Red Cross of Spain; and a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour. He founded, in 1896, the Anglo-French Association, l'Entente Cordiale. A Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Colonial Institute, he was also Past-Master of several City Companies. Sir Roper Parkington was a devoted and generous Catholic, and his death will be widely regretted.
Sir Roper Parkington was on the Courts of the Worshipful Company of Fan-Makers, Glovers, Hosiers and the Tinplate Workers. He was also a active Conservative. His earlier life was very involved with the wine industry.