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Nicholas Cross

(1615—1698) Franciscan friar, missionary, and writer


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YOUNG, Nicholas (Charles) (born 1952), Chief Executive, British Red Cross, 2001–14

Cross, Nicholas [name in religion Nicolaus à Santa Cruce] (1614/1615-1698), Franciscan friar, missionary, and writer

CROSS BROWN, James (1884 - 1969), Director of several Companies; Member, Council of St Nicholas School for Girls, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire; Co-Founder Anglo-Portuguese Soc., 1939; Chairman to 1967, now Hon. Dep. President

THORNE, Nicholas Alan (born 1948), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; International Relations Adviser to the Chief Executive Officer, Internet Corporation for the Assignment of Names and Numbers, California, 2008–11; consultant on issues related to governance of the Internet, since 2011; International Organisations Adviser to British Red Cross, since 2008

ROERICH, Nicholas K. (1874 - 1947), Commander, Order of Imperial Russians of St Stanislas, St Anne and St Vladimir; Commander, First Class of Swedish Order of the Northern Star; French Legion of Honour; Yugoslavian St Sava I Class Grand Cross; Hon. President Roerich Museum, New York; President-Founder Master Institute of United Arts, New York; President-Founder International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York; Hon. President Union Internationale pour le Pacte Roerich, Bruges; Hon. Member of Bose Institute, Calcutta, and of Yugoslavian Academy of Art and Science; Vice-President of Archæological Institute of America; Academician of Russian Academy of Fine Arts; Member of Academy of Rheims, Sociétaire of Salon d’Automne, Paris, etc; Hon. Protector and President of 71 Roerich Societies in the world

 
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