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George Dunn

(1865—1912)


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Dunn, George (1865–1912)

STAPLEDON, (Reginald) George (1882 - 1960), Director of Dunns Farm Seeds Ltd; late Director Grassland Improvement Station, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Stratford-on-Avon

BROWNLEE, George Gow (born 1942), E. P. Abraham Professor of Chemical Pathology, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, 1980–2008; Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, since 1980

WHITEHEAD, Roger George (born 1933), nutrition consultant; Director, Dunn Nutrition Centre, Medical Research Council, Cambridge and Keneba, The Gambia, 1973–98; Fellow of Darwin College, Cambridge, 1973–2001, now Emeritus Fellow

George Washington: Uniting a Nation. By Don Higginbotham. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. xii, 175 pp. $22.95, isbn 0-7425-2208-3.) and George Washington. By James MacGregor Burns and Susan Dunn. (New York: Times, 2004. xx, 185 pp. $20.00, isbn 0-8050-6936-4.)

DUNN, George Willoughby (1914 - 1994), DL; Consultant, Thorntons, WS (formerly Clark Oliver, then Thornton Oliver, Solicitors), Arbroath, since 1984 (Partner, 1939–84); former Chairman: The Alliance Trust; The Second Alliance Trust; Member of Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers)

YOUNG, Frank (George) (1908 - 1988), Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, 1949–75; later Professor Emeritus; Master of Darwin College, Cambridge, 1964–76, Hon. Fellow 1977; Hon. Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, since 1965 (Fellow, 1949–64); Fellow of University College, London

WRIGHT, George Payling (1898 - 1964), Professor Emeritus, University of London, formerly Sir William Dunn Professor of Pathology, Guy’s Hospital Medical School; Hon. Consulting Pathologist, Guy’s Hosp.; Vice-Chm., Council, Imperial Cancer Research Fund; Mem. Expert Cttee on Med. Educ., WHO

 

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 (1865–1912) English book collector,

who had trained as a barrister, was chiefly interested in medieval MSS, early printed books, particularly incunabula, legal works, and stamped bindings. His collection of English ...

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