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John Carnegie

(1579—1667) nobleman


'John Carnegie' can also refer to...

Carnegie, John Douglas (1895 - 1975)

Sonnet to John Carnegie, Esq.

JERVIS, John Cyril Carnegie (1898 - 1929), late KRRC

BROWN, Ivor John Carnegie (1891 - 1974), author and journalist

Brown, Ivor John Carnegie (1891-1974), theatre critic and writer

Carnegie, John, first earl of Northesk (1578/1579-1667), nobleman

Carnegie, David John MacRae (1954 - 2010), estate manager/owner

ROBERTSON, John Carnegie (1917 - 1994), Director of Army Legal Services, Ministry of Defence, 1973–76

MITCHELL, John Malcolm (1879 - 1940), Secretary, Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, 1919–39; late Lt-Col Regular Army Reserve of Officers

WILSON, John Carnegie Dove- (1865 - 1935), Judge President of Natal Division of the Supreme Court of South Africa, 1911–30

MERRIAM, John Campbell (1869 - 1945), President, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1921–38, President Emeritus since 1939; palæontologist, educator, administrator

PEDDIE, John Ronald (1887 - 1979), lately Secretary and Treasurer of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland; retired December 1957

THOMPSON, (John) Eric (Sidney) (1898 - 1975), retired from staff of Department of Archaeology, Carnegie Institution of Washington (1935–58)

COPPOCK, John Terence (1921 - 2000), Secretary and Treasurer, 1986–2000, and Curator designate, Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

Carnegie, David John (1865 - 1921), DL; JP, Captain 3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment since 1888; a Representative Peer for Scotland

NAYLOR, (Charles) John (born 1943), Secretary and Treasurer, then Chief Executive, Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, 1993–2003; Chair, Office of Scottish Charity Regulator, 2006–11

FLEXNER, Simon (1863 - 1946), Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford; Director Emeritus Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research; Trustee, Johns Hopkins University, 1937–42; Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1910–14; Rockefeller Foundation, 1913–28

HARRIS, John Frederick (born 1931), Curator, British Architectural Library’s Drawing Collection and Heinz Gallery, 1960–86; Consultant: to Collection, Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1986–88 (Member Advisory Board, 1983–88); Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie, 1991–94; Victoria and Albert Museum Primary Galleries Project, 1996–2001

MACALISTER, Donald (1854 - 1934), Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Glasgow University, 1907–29, Chancellor since 1929; Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge; late Senior Tutor and Linacre Lecturer of Physic; Consulting Physician to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge; late Chairman of British Pharmacopœia Committee; Crown Governor, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; late Trustee of Iona Cathedral; Vice-Chairman, Carnegie United Kingdom Trust and Member Carnegie Trust for Scottish Universities; late Chairman Standing Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals; late Chairman Medical Consult. Council Scottish Board of Health, 1920; late Chairman of Universities Bureau of British Empire; late Member Medical Advisory Boards, Ministry National Service, and Ministry of Pensions; late Manager of Royal Infirmary and Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow; Hon. President Franco-Scottish Society, Glasgow Centre; President Gypsy Lore Society, 1915

 
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