Thomas Duncan

(1807—1845) history and portrait painter

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Thomas Duncan Bourdillon (1924—1956) mountaineer and physicist

Duncan C. Thomas

DUNCAN, Thomas (1807 - 1845), Painter, draughtsman

DUNCAN, Thomas Andrew (1873 - 1960), JP; farmer

Statistical Methods in Genetic Epidemiology By Duncan C. Thomas ISBN 0-19-515939-X, Oxford University Press, New York, New York (Telephone: 800-445-9714, Fax: 919-677-1303, Website: http://www.oupusa.org), 2004, 464 pp., $65 (Hardcover)

Bourdillon, Thomas Duncan (1924-1956), mountaineer and physicist

Duncan, Thomas (1807-1845), history and portrait painter

thomas g. duncan, ed. A Companion to the Middle English Lyric.

RHIND, (Thomas) Duncan (1871 - 1927), The Royal Scots; Statistical Adviser to Ministry of Pensions

Statistical Methods in Genetic Epidemiology. Duncan Thomas, Oxford University Press, 2004, £42.50, ISBN 0-19-515939-X.

NORMAN, Duncan Thomas (1889 - 1972), JP Liverpool; Hon. President, Owen Owen Ltd, and associated Companies (retired as Chairman and Managing Director, 1964; 40 years service)

DUNCAN, Thomas Young (1836 - 1914), Minister of Lands and Agriculture and Commissioner of State Forests for New Zealand, 1900–07

Higher Ground: New Hope for the Working Poor and Their Children By Greg J. Duncan, Aletha C. Huston and Thomas S. Weisner Russell Sage Foundation. 2007. 166 pages. $24.95 cloth

Thomas G. Duncan (ed.), A Companion to the Middle English Lyric. Pp. xxv + 302. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2005. £50.00 (ISBN 1 84384 065 0).

THOMAS, Elbert Duncan (1883 - 1953), High Commissioner for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (with personal rank of Ambassador), since 1951; United States Senator from Utah, 1933–50

HALL, Frederick Thomas Duncan (1902 - 1988), Chairman, West Midlands County Council, 1977–78 (Member, 1974–82); Lord Mayor of Birmingham, May 1972–May 1973

STOUT, (Thomas) Duncan (Macgregor) (1885 - 1979), Hon. Cons. Surgeon, Wellington Hospital; Past Member Council and past Chancellor, Victoria University of Wellington; Past Member: Senate, University of New Zealand; Council, Massey Agricultural College; Trustee, NZ Cancer Societies; Past President, Wellington Branch (NZ) British Empire Cancer Campaign

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