St George

(c. 228—303) patron saint of England

'St George' can also refer to...

Banner of St George

Brotherhood of St George

Charles George William St John (1809—1856) sportsman and naturalist

College of Fort St George

George Augustus Eliott Heathfield, 1st Baron (1717—1790) army officer

George Calvert Baltimore, 1st Lord (c. 1580—1632)

George Eden Auckland, 1st earl (1784—1849) politician and governor-general of India

George Frederick Robinson Ripon, 1st Marquis (1827—1909) politician

George Legge Dartmouth, 1st Baron (1648—1691)

George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (1737—1806) diplomatist and colonial governor

George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608—1670) army officer and naval officer

George of St Martins Dallas (c. 1636—1701) lawyer

George St Lo (1658—1718) naval officer and official administrator

Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander (1891—1969) army officer

Henry St George Tucker (1772—1851) East India Company servant

James of St George (c. 1250—1308)

James St George (c. 1236—1307) military engineer

Master of the Guild of St George

Master of the Legend of St George (fl. c. 1460—1490)

Master of the St George Codex (c. 1310—1345)

Middleton St George

Order of St George

Order of St Michael and St George

Philip St. George Cooke (1809—1895)

Sir George St Patrick Lawrence (1804—1884) army officer

Sir Harry St George Ord (1819—1885) army officer and colonial governor

Sir Henry St George (1581—1644) herald

Sir John St George (1812—1891) army officer

Sir Lumley St George Skeffington (1771—1850) fop and playwright

Sir Richard St George (1555—1635) herald


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Pseudo-historical saint probably originating from Palestine or Cappadocia, alleged to have been martyred in 303. His cult became widespread from the 6th century, and from the 11th century the dragon ...

Subjects: Christianity — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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