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Nasmith, David (1799-1839), founder of town and city missions

Howard, Sir Ebenezer (1850-1928), founder of the garden city movement

MILLER, Martin John (1946 - 2013), Chairman, City Diaries, since 1997; Co-Founder and Managing Director, Milroy Estates Ltd, since 1983; Founder, Martin Miller Foundation, since 2012

CLEARY, Frederick Ernest (1905 - 1984), Founder, 1943, and President, since 1983, Haslemere Estates Ltd (Chairman, 1943–83); Chairman and Founder, City & Metropolitan Building Society, 1948, President since 1972

VICK, Graham (born 1953), Founder, 1987, and Artistic Director, Birmingham Opera Company (formerly City of Birmingham Touring Opera)

BOYLE, James (born 1946), Founder and Trustee, Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature, 2004–12 (Chairman, 2004–07)

BIBBY, Joseph (1851 - 1940), founder of J. Bibby & Sons, Ltd, Seed Crushers and Soap Manufacturers, Liverpool; JP City of Liverpool

MORPURGO, Michael Andrew Bridge (born 1943), DL; writer; Joint Founder Director, Farms for City Children, since 1976; Children’s Laureate, 2003–05

HENTSCHEL, Carl (1864 - 1930), Member of Corporation of City of London, 1902–21; Founder and Chairman of Carl Hentschel, Ltd, of London

KING, Harold Samuel (born 1949), Founder and Artistic Director, London City Ballet, 1978–96; choreographer and lecturer; special events consultant

KIRSTEIN, Lincoln Edward (1907 - 1996), Founder, 1934, former Director, latterly President Emeritus, School of American Ballet; General Director, New York City Ballet, until 1989

SKEAPING, Lucie - musician, writer and broadcaster; Presenter, The Early Music Show, BBC Radio 3, since 1995; Co-Founder, 1973, and Director, since 1978, The City Waites; Founder and Director, The Burning Bush, since 1992

SKEGGS, Clifford (George) (born 1931), Founder, 1952, and former Chairman and Chief Executive, Skeggs Group; Director of various public and private companies; Mayor, Dunedin City, 1978–89

 

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Founders were chiefly important before Alexander (3) the Great in the case of colonies (see apoikia), founded under the leadership of an oikist (οἰ̑κιστής), whose achievements frequently led to his ...

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