George Freeman

(b. 1927)

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FREEMAN, George (died 1906), Miniaturist

FREEMAN, George Mallows (1850 - 1934), KC 1896; JP

Bruz Freeman (born 1921), Drummer and Von Freeman (born 1922), Tenor saxophonist, leader and George Freeman (born 1927), Guitarist and Chico Freeman (born 1949), Tenor saxophonist, leader

FREEMAN, George Robert (1875 - 1972), Nominal partner, formerly Senior partner, Gane, Jackson, Nelson & Freeman, Chartered Accountants, City-Gate House, Finsbury Square, EC2

FREEMAN, George Sydney (1879 - 1938), Editor, The Times Educational Supplement since 1910

FREEMAN, George Vincent (1911 - 2006), Under-Secretary (Legal), Treasury Solicitor’s Department, 1973–76, retired

Freeman-Thomas, Freeman (1866 - 1941), Lord Warden of Cinque Ports since 1936; Chairman Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Director of London and Lancashire Insurance Co., and of Westminster Bank Ltd; Chancellor of Order of St Michael and St George since 1936

FREEMAN, George William (born 1967), MP (C) Mid Norfolk, since 2010; Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Department of Health, since 2014

Lori Kenschaft. Reinventing Marriage: The Love and Work of Alice Freeman Palmer and George Herbert Palmer. (Women in American History.) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2005. Pp. 279. $35.00

PHILLIPS, McGrigor (1887 - 1967), Una O’r Dyffrynoedd (National Eisteddfod of Wales, August 1933); Vice-Pres. of Yorkshire Dialect Society; Freeman of Arachova, North Greece, 1946; Chevalier of the Order of King George I, 1949

Horder, Thomas Jeeves (1871 - 1955), Deputy Lieut Co. of Hampshire; Extra Physician to the Queen (formerly Extra Physician to King George VI); Consulting Physician to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; KGStJ; Order of Star of Ethiopia; Freeman of Shaftesbury

ARUNDALE, George Sydney (1878 - 1945), President The Theosophical Society (1934); President New India League (1939); Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, London; Freeman of the City of London; Member of the Worshipful Company of Pewterers

MILES, Frederick George (1903 - 1976), Chairman and Managing Director: F. G. Miles Engineering Ltd; Miles-Hivolt Ltd; Chairman: Miles Nautical Instruments Ltd; Hivolt Ltd; Freeman of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators

NEWMAN, George (1870 - 1948), Hon. Freeman Society of Apothecaries of London; Hon. Member of Public Health Association of Australasia; Hon. Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine and Fellow of King’s College, London; Fothergill Gold Medal, 1935; Bisset-Hawkins Gold Medal, RCP, 1935; Formerly Crown Nominee and Treasurer General Medical Council

FELLOWES, Edmund Horace (1870 - 1951), Minor Canon of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, since 1900; Director of the Choir and Master of the Choristers, 1924–27; Hon. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, 1937; Hon. Freeman of Worshipful Company of Musicians, 1937; Librarian, St Michael’s Coll., Tenbury, 1918–48; Pres. Royal Musical Assoc. 1942–47; Pres. Church Music Soc., 1946; Pres. Union of Graduates in Music, 1943–48


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B. 10 April 1927, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Based in Chicago throughout his career, guitarist Freeman has a much lower profile than other family members. During the late 40s, he played ...

Subjects: Music.

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