'Eccles' can also refer to...

Charlotte Eccles (1863—1911) journalist and novelist

Clancy Eccles (1940—2005)

David McAdam Eccles (1904—1999) businessman and politician

Eccles cake

Eccles’ expectancy model

Henry Eccles (c. 1667—1713) violinist and composer

Isaac Ambrose Eccles (c. 1736—1809) literary scholar

John Eccles (c. 1668—1735) composer

Marriner Stoddard Eccles (1890—1977)

Mary Morley Eccles (1912—2003) literary collector and scholar

Sir John Carew Eccles (1903—1997) neurophysiologist

Sir John Eccles Nixon (1857—1921) army officer

Sir Josiah Eccles (1897—1967) engineer and industrialist

Solomon Eccles (c. 1617—1682) musician and Quaker missionary

William Henry Eccles (1875—1966) physicist and engineer

W.J. Eccles (b. 1917)


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English family of musicians. Solomon Eccles (i) (bc.1617; d London, 2 Jan. 1682) was its most eccentric member. About 1660 he became a Quaker and abandoned his profession as a ...

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