John Baxter

(b. 1939)

'John Baxter' can also refer to...

John Baxter (1896—1975) film director and producer

John Baxter (1781—1858) printer

Baxter, John (1939– )

Baxter, John (1767–98)

Baxter, John (1781-1858), printer

Heydon [formerly Baxter], John (d. 1479), lawyer

Baxter, John Philip (1896-1975), film director and producer

V, 94.1. Replaces Summary. to John Baxter Langley, 17 June 1847

BAXTER, John (born 1951), Group Engineering Director, BP plc, 2004–15

BAXTER, John Babington Macaulay (1868 - 1946), Chief Justice of New Brunswick since 1935

BAXTER, (John) Philip (1905 - 1989), Chairman, Sydney Opera House Trust, 1968–75

BAXTER, John Lawson (born 1939), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of County Londonderry, 2002–14

BAXTER, John Stephen (born 1939), Head Master, Wells Cathedral School, 1986–2000

Allan H. Simmons, John G. Peters, Richard Niland, Mary Burgoyne, and Katherine Isobel Baxter (volume eds), Joseph Conrad, Contemporary Reviews

RAVEN, John Albert (born 1941), Boyd Baxter Professor of Biology, University of Dundee, 1995–2008, now Emeritus

BAXTER, John Walter (1917 - 2003), Consultant, G. Maunsell & Partners (Partner, 1955, Senior Partner, 1959–80)

LOUIS, John Jeffry (1925 - 1995), Jr; Director: Air Wisconsin, Inc., since 1984; Baxter Travenol Laboratories, since 1984; Gannett Company, Inc., since 1984; Johnson’s Wax, since 1961

PAYNE, (John) Anson (1917 - 1987), Chairman, FMC, 1974–75 (Executive Vice-Chairman, 1972–74); formerly Director: FMC (Meat); C. & T. Harris (Calne); Marsh and Baxter, and other cos

BAXTER, Dr Christina Ann (born 1947), Principal, St John’s College, Nottingham, 1997–2012 (Dean, 1988–97); Chairman of House of Laity, General Synod of Church of England, 1995–2010 (Vice-Chairman, 1990–95)


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(1939– ),

born Sydney, is a film historian, biographer and novelist, was publicity director of the Australian Commonwealth Film Unit 1968–70 and lecturer in film and theatre in Britain and the ...

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