David Barry


'David Barry' can also refer to...

David fitz David Barry (1605—1642) nobleman

David fitz James Barry (1550—1617) soldier

Sir David Barry (1780—1835) army surgeon and physiologist

Barry, David (1580–1629)

Lyons, David Barry (1935–)

David Barry Lyons (1935)

Sanders, Barry David

BARRY, Charles David (died 1928), KC

Barry, Sir David (1780-1835), army surgeon and physiologist

BARRY, Thomas David Collis (died 1943), IMS and RAF, retired

Barry, David fitz David, first earl of Barrymore (1605-1642), nobleman

Barry, David fitz James, de facto third Viscount Buttevant (1550-1617), soldier

PRICE, Barry David Keith (1933 - 2013), intelligence consultant, since 1993; Co-ordinator, National Drugs Intelligence Unit, 1987–92

BARRY, David Thomas (1870 - 1955), Professor of Physiology, University College, Cork, 1907–42, emeritus since 1942; Chevalier de la Légion d’ Honneur, 1929

David Barry Gaspar and David Patrick Geggus, editors. A Turbulent Time: The French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean. (Blacks in the Diaspora.) Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 1997. Pp. 262. $35.00

David Barry. Women and Political Insurgency: France in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. New York: St. Martin's; in association with the University of Durham. 1996. Pp. xii, 213. $49.95

BARRY, (James) David (born 1949), Professor of Molecular Parasitology, 1996, now Honorary Senior Research Fellow, and Director, Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology, 1999–2012, University of Glasgow

WILLIAMS, Williams David Barry (1931 - 1995), QC 1975; a Circuit Judge, since 1979; Deputy Senior Judge (non-resident), 1983–95, Acting Senior Judge, since 1995, Sovereign Base Areas, Cyprus

A Turbulent Time: The French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean. Ed. by David Barry Gaspar and David Patrick Geggus. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997. xvi, 262 pp. $35.00, ISBN 0-253-33247-8.)


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