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George Bull

(1634—1710) bishop of St David's.


'George Bull' can also refer to...

Sir George Buller (1802—1884) army officer

George Stringer Bull (1799—1865) Church of England clergyman and social reformer

Bull, George (1634–1710)

Bull, George (1634–1710)

Bull, George (1634–1710)

BULL, George (1864 - 1929), Managing Director, Woolston and Bull, Ltd, Wellingborough

Buller, Sir George (1802-1884), army officer

BULL, George (1906 - 1986), Senior Partner of Bull & Bull, Solicitors, 11 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn, and 4 Castle Street, Canterbury

BULL, Simeon (George) (born 1934), former Senior Partner in legal firm of Bull & Bull, now retired

Elphinstone, Sir (George) Keith Buller (1865-1941), electrical engineer

Bull, George (1634-1710), bishop of St David's

Bull, George Anthony (1929-2001), journalist and translator

BULL, William Charles (1858 - 1933), Consulting Aural Surgeon to St George’s Hospital

ELPHINSTONE, (George) Keith (Buller) (1865 - 1941), Elect. Engineer; Chairman of Elliot Brothers (London) Ltd

Bull, George Stringer (1799-1865), Church of England clergyman and social reformer

BULL, George Lucien (1876 - 1972), Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Hon. director of the Marey Institute, Paris

BULL, George (Jeffrey) (born 1936), Group Chief Executive, 1993–95, Chairman, 1995–97, Grand Metropolitan PLC; Joint Chairman, Diageo plc, 1997–98 (non-executive Director, 1998–2000)

BULL, George Anthony (1929 - 2001), writer, translator and consultant; Director, Anglo-Japanese Economic Institute, since 1986; Editor, International Minds, since 1989; President, Central Banking Publications, since 1990; Publisher: Insight Japan, since 1992; Euro–Japanese Journal, since 1994; Insight Europe, since 2000; innovation, since 2000

BULL, James William Douglas (1911 - 1987), retired; Honorary Consultant Radiologist (diagnostic): National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square; Maida Vale Hospital for Nervous Diseases; St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton; St George’s Hospital; University Hospital, West Indies; Teacher, Institute of Neurology (University of London); Consultant Adviser in Diagnostic Radiology, Department of Health and Social Security, until 1975; Consultant Neuroradiologist to Royal Navy, until 1975

 

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(1634–1710),

Bp. of St Davids and theologian. He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford, and was ordained deacon and priest on the same day in 1655. In 1659 he became ...

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