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Ross Campbell

(1910—1982)


'Ross Campbell' can also refer to...

Alan Strode Campbell Ross (1907—1980) linguist

John Ross Campbell (1894—1969) political organizer and newspaper editor

ROSS, Alan Campbell (1878 - 1937)

CAMPBELL, Ian Ross (1900 - 1997)

ROSS, George Campbell (1900 - 1993), retired

Campbell, Ross (1910–82)

Ross, Alan Strode Campbell (1907-1980), linguist

CAMPBELL, John Ross (1894 - 1969), Editor, Daily Worker, 1949–59

Campbell, John Ross (1894-1969), political organizer and newspaper editor

CAMPBELL, David Ross (born 1943), Chairman, NHS National Services Scotland, 2004–08

CAMPBELL, Ross (1916 - 1996), Director, International Military Services Ltd, 1979–83, retired

Douglas, Francis Campbell Ross (1889 - 1980), Partner in Douglas & Company, Solicitors

CAMPBELL, Eric Octavius (1885 - 1918), Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs); Brigade Major

MIDDLETON, Campbell Ross (born 1959), Laing O’Rourke Professor of Construction Engineering, University of Cambridge, since 2011

ROSS, Alan Strode Campbell (1907 - 1980), Professor of Linguistics, University of Birmingham, 1951–74 (Professor of English Language, 1948–51)

Geddes, Ross Campbell (1907 - 1975), Chairman: Clerical, Medical and General Life Assurance Society; Monks Investment Trust Ltd; Deputy Chairman, Brixton Estate Ltd

ROSS, Hugh Campbell (1875 - 1926), Director of the McFadden Research Foundation, Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine

CAMPBELL, Ross (1918 - 2007), President, InterCon Consultants Ltd, Ottawa, since 1996 (Senior Partner, 1983–96)

ROSS of that IIk, Charles Campbell, yr (1901 - 1966), QC (Grenada) 1938, (Gibraltar), 1947; Sheriff-Substitute of Elgin and Nairn 1961–65 (at Stornoway and Lochmaddy, 1955–61); Chief-Designate of the Clan Ross

 

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(1910–82),

born Kalgoorlie, WA, was educated at Melbourne University and won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford. Back in Australia, he joined the staff of the Sydney Daily Telegraph, staying with ...

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