George Ford

(b. 1936)

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FORD-HUTCHINSON, George Higginson (1863 - 1933), retired pay

CHAMBERLAIN, Father George Ford (born 1940), Parish Priest, St John the Evangelist, Easingwold, York, since 2008

FORD, Lionel (George Bridges Justice) (1865 - 1932), Dean of York since 1925

FORD, Sidney (William George) (1909 - 1983), President, National Union of Mineworkers, 1960–71

FORD, Peter George Tipping (born 1931), Secretary, Medical Protection Society, 1983–90

PUTNAM, Roger George (born 1945), Visiting Professor of Automotive Business, City University, since 2006; Chairman, Ford Motor Co. Ltd, 2002–05

FORD, George Adam (died 1930), TCD; Fellow of Allahabad University, 1904; Rector of Ashill, Norfolk, since 1918; Rural Dean of Breckles to 1929

FORDER, Henry George (1889 - 1981), Professor of Mathematics, Auckland University, 1934–55; Professor Emeritus since 1955

PERKINS, George Forder (1884 - 1972), late The Royal Hampshire Regiment; Aide-de-Camp to the King, 1934–36

FORD, George Johnson (1916 - 2005), DL; Member, Cheshire County Council, 1962–87 (Chairman, 1976–82)

George Buchanan: Poet and Dramatist. Ed. Philip Ford & Roger P. H. Green. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2009. xxxiii + 322 pp. £50.00. ISBN 978–1–905125–36–4

FORD, George Paget (1883 - 1950), Chaplain TA since 1921; Vicar of St Andrew’s, Willesden Green, since 1935; Rural Dean of Willesden since 1940; Prebendary and Canon of Brownswood in St Paul’s Cathedral, London, 1942

DAVIES, John Thomas (1881 - 1938), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1917; Private Secretary to Rt Hon. D. Lloyd George as Chancellor of Exchequer, 1912–15, as Minister of Munitions, 1915–July 1916, as Secretary of State for War, July–Dec. 1916, and as Prime Minister, Dec. 1916–Oct. 1922; Director of the Suez Canal Company since 1922; Director Ford Motor Co.


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(1936–), African American artist. George Cephas Ford was the first illustrator to win a Coretta Scott King Award, for Ray Charles (1973). A longtime resident of Brooklyn, New York, Ford ...

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