John Brady

(b. 1955)

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John Brady (1744—1814) government official and author

Brady, John (b. 1955)

Brady, John (d. 1814), government official and author

BRADY, Thomas John Bellingham (1841 - 1910), Assistant Commissioner of Intermediate Education, Ireland, from 1880

MOORE, John Walter Brady (died 1938), Rector of Kimpton, 1912–34; retired, 1934; Rural Dean of Andover, 1925–33; Hon. Canon of Winchester

BRADY, (John) Michael (born 1945), BP Professor of Information Engineering, Oxford University, 1985–2010, now Emeritus Professor of Oncological Imaging; Fellow of Keble College, Oxford, since 1985

The South Asian Religious Diaspora in Britain, Canada, and the United States, Harold Coward, John R. Hinnells, and Raymond Brady Williams (eds.). Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000, 301 pp. $62.50 (cloth), $20.95 (paper)

Henderson, James (Sákéj) Youngblood. The Míkmaw Concordat. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 1997, Brady, Veronica. Can These Bones Live? Annandale, Australia: The Federation Press, 1996 and MacKenzie, John M. (ed.). Imperialism and Popular Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1994

NASH, John Brady (1857 - 1925), Member of Legislative Council, New South Wales, since 1900; Director Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, 1917; Director of Sydney Hospital, since 1905; Member of the Board of Health for New South Wales, 1918; Lieutenant-Colonel, unattached list, Australian military forces

YOUNG, Hugh Hampton (1870 - 1945), Professor of Urology, Johns Hopkins University; Director, Brady Urological Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md, USA; Visiting Urologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA; Editor of Journal of Urology since its foundation in 1917; President, Société Internationale d’Urologie, American Association of Genito-Urinary Surgeons, and American Urological Association; Royal Society of Medicine; Chairman, State Aviation Commission of Maryland; Chairman State Lunacy Commission of Maryland; President Gibson Island Club; Civilian Aide (3rd Corps Area) to Secretary of War


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(b. 1955).

Born in Dublin, Ireland, he attended Trinity College there and graduated in sociology. He came to Canada in 1975 and after a stint as an elementary school teacher is now a full-time writer living in Bradford, Ontario.


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