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John Irvine

(1903—1964)


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GRAHAM, John Irvine (1862 - 1947)

MURRAY, John Irvine (1826 - 1902)

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LANG-HYDE, John Irvine (1859 - 1940)

IRVINE, John Jeremy (born 1963), Senior International Correspondent, ITN, since 2014

Irvine, John Greer [pseud. St John Greer Ervine] (1883-1971), playwright and novelist

IRVINE, John Dudley (born 1949), Associate Vicar, Holy Trinity, Cambridge, since 2012

IRVINE, Lindsay John (born 1959), Director of Legal Services, Royal Air Force, since 2009

COOK, John Irvine (1892 - 1952), Second Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Northern Ireland, since 1949

IRVINE, (John) Maxwell (1939 - 2012), Professor of Physics, University of Manchester, since 2001

IRVINE, John (1914 - 1997), Director of Medical Services, British Army of the Rhine, 1973–75

IRVINE, John Ferguson (1920 - 2013), financial consultant to local charities, 1995–2002; Chief Executive, Industrial Therapy Organisation (Ulster), 1984–94

IRVINE, (John) Murray (1924 - 2005), Provost and Rector of Southwell Minster, 1978–91, then Emeritus; Priest-in-Charge: of Edingley and Halam, 1978–91; of Rolleston with Fiskerton and Morton and Upton, 1990–91

COLLEE, (John) Gerald (1929 - 2013), Robert Irvine Professor of Bacteriology and Head of Department of Medical Microbiology (formerly Department of Bacteriology), University of Edinburgh, 1979–91, then Emeritus Professor; Chief Bacteriologist to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and Consultant Bacteriologist, Lothian Health Board, 1979–91; Consultant Adviser in Microbiology to Scottish Home and Health Department, 1986–91

 

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(1903–1964),

poet. Born in Belfast, he issued collections from small presses in Belfast and Dublin, among them A Voice in the Dark (1932), Wind From the South (1936), The Quiet ...

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