Baring was appointed a Lord of the Treasury in 1830, a post he held for the next four years until June 1834.
Governor O'Neill appointed him Health Commissioner in 1987, a post he held until 1991.
Having received good references from his patrons, Phillips was appointed second engineer in December 1685, a post with an annual salary of £250.
He was appointed recorder of Boston in 1613, a post he held until his death in 1625.
In 1948, he was appointed chief arbitrator for the longshoremen's union and the employers' group, a post he held until 2002.
Geoffrey was then appointed justiciar of Ireland in 1273, a post he held until 1276.
Handcock was appointed Recorder of Dublin in 1695, a post he held until his death in 1701.
Boulton was appointed a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury in 1940, a post he held for two years.
Ditchfield was appointed Rector of Barkham in 1886: a post that he held until his death.
In 1951 he was appointed a post at Peking University.