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John Brunner

(1934—1995)


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Sir John Tomlinson Brunner (1842—1919) chemical manufacturer and politician

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BRUNNER, Adrian John Nelson (born 1946), QC 1994

Brunner, Sir John Tomlinson (1842–1919)

Brunner, Sir John Tomlinson (1842–1919)

BRUNNER, Felix (John Morgan) (1897 - 1982), Director of various companies, retired

Brunner, Sir John Tomlinson, first baronet (1842-1919), chemical manufacturer and politician

BRUNNER, John Tomlinson (1842 - 1919), PC 1906; DL; MP (L) Northwich, 1885–86, and 1887–1909; Pro-Chancellor Liverpool University, 1909; Chairman, Brunner, Mond and Co., Ltd, alkali manufacturers

BRUNNER, John (Fowler) (1865 - 1929), Chairman of Madeley Collieries, Ltd, and Park Hall Colliery, Ltd; Director of Shirebrook Colliery, Ltd, Oxford and Shipton Cement Co., Ltd; and Co-partnership Tenants, Ltd; Life Member of the Council of Cheltenham College

Broken Spirits: The Treatment of Traumatized Asylum Seekers, Refugees, War and Torture Victims. Edited by John P. Wilson and Boris Drožđek. New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2004. xxx + 706pp. $59.95, ISBN 0 415 94397 3 hb.

STOWELL, Thomas Edmund Alex (died 1970), Diploma, Industrial Diseases (h.c.), Buenos Aires; Diploma in Industrial Health (h.c.), Soc. of Apothecaries; Hon. Surgeon, Victoria Infirmary, Northwich; Senior Hon. Surgeon and Radiologist Mid-Cheshire Orthopædic Clinic, Northwich; Traumatic Surgeon Messrs. Brunner Mond & Co. Ltd; formerly Surgeon, Queen Mary’s Hosp., Sidcup; Chm. of British Committee of International Congresses on Industrial Health and Safety; Lecturer and Examiner, St John Ambulance Association and BRCS; Member British Social Hygiene Council; Member of House of Laity National Church Assembly; Member of Ministry of Pensions Cttee on rates of compensation for specific injuries sustained by members of HM Forces

 

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