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Robert Clarke

(1622—1675) Latin poet


'Robert Clarke' can also refer to...

Sir Robert Clarke (c. 1550—1607) judge

CLARKE, Robert Joyce (1874 - 1949)

CLARKE, Stephenson Robert (1862 - 1948)

Clarke, Sir Robert (d. 1607), judge

Clarke, Robert (1816 - 1882), inventor

CLARKE, Robert Ffoulke Noel (1853 - 1904), retired

Clarke [formerly Graine], Robert (d. 1675), Latin poet

CLARKE, Dennis Robert (1902 - 1967), Master of the Supreme Court, since 1954

Manners, John Robert Cecil (1923 - 2008), DL; Consultant, Osborne, Clarke & Co., Solicitors, Bristol (Partner, 1952–84)

CLARKE, Robert Coningsby (1879 - 1934), Composer of songs; partner in Carron Iron Works, 1914; elected voting partner and Member of Standing Committee, 1927

CLARKE, John Robert (born 1938), Archbishop of Athabasca, 2003–09; Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert’s Land, 2003–09

Keynes: the Twentieth Century’s Most Influential Economist. By Peter Clarke.Keynes: the Return of the Master. By Robert Skidelsky.

CLARKE, Peter (1922 - 2012), Principal, Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology, Aberdeen, 1970–85; Chairman, Scottish Vocational Education Council, 1985–91

CLARKE, Robert (Cyril) (born 1929), Chairman, Thames Water Plc, 1994–99 (non-executive Director, since 1988)

CLARKE, Robert Sydney (born 1935), Secretary and Director of Training, Hospital Chaplaincies Council, 1994–2000; Chaplain to HM the Queen, 1987–2005

CLARKE, Donald Roberts (born 1933), Finance Director, 3i (formerly Investors in Industry) Group plc, 1988–91

CLARKE, Paul (Robert Virgo) (born 1953), Chief Executive, Clerk of the Council, Keeper of the Records and Surveyor General, Duchy of Lancaster, 2000–13; independent mentor, since 2013

CLARKE, Denzil Robert Noble (1908 - 1985), Chairman, British-American Tobacco Co. Ltd, 1966–70 (Director, 1954–70; Vice-Chairman, 1962); Director, Sun Life Assurance Society, 1966–79

OSMOND-CLARKE, Henry (1905 - 1986), Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon: London Hospital, E1 (Orthopædic Surgeon, 1946–70); Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopædic Hospital, Oswestry (Senior Visiting Surgeon, 1930–70); Hon. Civilian Consultant in Orthopædics, RAF, since 1946; Orthopædic Surgeon to the Queen, 1965–73

 
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