(c. 1620—1667) naval officer
Bourne, John Cooke (1 September 1814)
Bourne, John Cooke (1814 - 1896), painter, lithographer
Bourne, John (bap. 1620, d. 1667), naval officer
BOURNE, John Cooke (1814 - 1896), Watercolourist, lithographer, photographer
Bourne, Sir (John) Wilfrid (1922-1999), barrister and civil servant
John Cooke Bourne, Working Shaft Kilsby Tunnel, 8 July 1837.
Wash drawing, 19.5 × 20.4 cm. National Railway Museum, York.
622 From James Taitt in Chelsea, London, to John Bourne in Mundon, 1 March 1816
BOURNE, Clive (John) (1942 - 2007), Founder, Seabourne Shipping, 1962; Life President, Seabourne Group plc, since 1999
john kucich and jenny bourne taylor (eds). Oxford History of the Novel in English: Volume 3: The Nineteenth-Century Novel 1820-1880.
624 From Ann Burder [in St Andrew Holborn, London] to [John] Bourne in Mundon, 3 February 1821
638 From A[nn] Burder in [St Andrew Holborn] London to [John] Bourne in Mundon, 21 April
623 From Ann Burder [in St Andrew Holborn, London] to John Bourne in Mundon, 9 April 1820
BOURNE, Edward John (1922 - 1974), Professor of Chemistry in the University of London, Royal Holloway College, since 1956
BOURNE, (John) Wilfrid (1922 - 1999), QC 1981; Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, and Permanent Secretary, Lord Chancellor’s Office, 1977–82
BOURNE, (Frederick) John (born 1937), Professor of Animal Health, University of Bristol, 1988–2007, now Emeritus
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