Clan Hay descends from the Norman family of de la Haye (de Haya). The progenitors of the Scottish clan were William II de Haya and his wife, Eva of Pitmilly William II de Haya was the son of William I de Haya and his Norman wife, Juliana de Soulis, sister to Ranulf I de Soules.
Ronald Arthur Lamont. For services to Education. Peter Bede Landles, Senior Convener, Transport and General Workers Union, Port of Felixstowe. For services to the Port of Felixstowe. Anthony Charles Lane, Chairman, Henley Midnight Matinee Committee. For services to the community in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
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