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George Hume

(c. 1479—1549) nobleman


'George Hume' can also refer to...

George Hume Weatherhead (c. 1790—1853) physician

Sir George Hopwood Hume (1866—1946) politician

HUME, George Alexander (1860 - 1905), KC

Hume, George Basil (1923–99)

Hume, George Basil (1923–99)

BARNE, George Hume (born 1882), Painter

Hume, George Basil (1923–99)

Hume [Home], George, fourth Lord Hume (d. 1549), nobleman

Weatherhead, George Hume (1790?-1853), physician

Hume, Sir George Hopwood (1866-1946), politician

LYON, George (born 1956), Senior Consultant, Hume Brophy, since 2015

Hume, George Haliburton [name in religion Basil Hume] (1923-1999), cardinal and Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster

HUME, George Hopwood (1866 - 1946), JP; Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple

HUME, Cardinal (George) Basil (1923 - 1999), Archbishop of Westminster, (RC), since 1976

From ‘David Hume’ (i.e., George Dempster and Andrew Erskine), Tuesday 15 February 1763

Plays, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings Associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham. Edited by Robert D. Hume and Harold Love. 2 vols.

Plays, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings Associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham. Ed. by Robert D. Hume and Harold Love.

SIEVWRIGHT, Andrew George Hume (1885 - 1956), 3rd Class Iraqian Order of the Rafidain, 1935; JP Southampton County, 1942; Retired Inspector General of Customs and Excise, Iraq

HUME, George Haliburton (1845 - 1923), Consulting Surgeon to Royal Victoria Infirmary, Hospital for Sick Children, Maternity Hospital, City Asylum, Newcastle-on-Tyne and Barrasford Sanatorium

 
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