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Ross Campbell

(1910—1982)


'Ross Campbell' can also refer to...

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

Alan Strode Campbell Ross (1907—1980) linguist

Campbell, Ross (1910–82)

ROSS, Alan Campbell (1878 - 1937)

CAMPBELL, Ian Ross (1900 - 1997)

ROSS, George Campbell (1900 - 1993), retired

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

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

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

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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