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Sir Ivison Macadam
I believe you edited the entry for my late father, Sir Ivison Macadam, to change the order and list all his decorations appearing after his name. The way you have listed them is actually incorrect practice. The only decorations listed after a recipient's name are the most senior of those to which the recipient is elevated (not from minor to major). In my father's case it therefore is KCVO (Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order) which takes precedent over and replaces all other Royal Victorian Order decorations. Likewise the CBE replaces the OBE and is therefor the only Order of the British Empire that should appear after his name. It therefore should read Sir Ivison Macadam KCVO, CBE, FRSE. Can I leave it to you to change this back to the correct style. No major matter but it is the correct style.
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