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Bryan King

(1811—1895) Church of England clergyman


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King, Bryan (1811-1895), Church of England clergyman

Houston Bryan Roberson. Fighting the Good Fight: The Story of the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, 1865–1977. New York: Routledge. 2005. Pp. xxi, 248. $22.95

WAYWELL, Geoffrey Bryan (born 1944), Professor of Classical Archaeology, King’s College, University of London, 1987–2004; Director, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, 1996–2004

MAGEE, Bryan (born 1930), author; Visiting Professor, King’s College, London, 1994–2000 (Hon. Senior Research Fellow in History of Ideas, 1984–94)

MATTHEWS, Bryan Harold Cabot (1906 - 1986), Professor of Physiology, University of Cambridge, 1952–73, Professor Emeritus, 1973; Life Fellow of King’s College, 1973 (Fellow, 1929–73)

GODFREY-FAUSSETT, Bryan Godfrey (1863 - 1945), has the Orders of the Dannebrog, Leopold of Belgium, Rising Sun of Japan, Crown of Italy, and White Eagle of Serbia; Equerry to King George V, 1901–36, Extra Equerry to King Edward VIII, 1936, and to King George VI since 1937

BRYAN, Charles Walter Gordon (1883 - 1954), Hon. Lieut-Col RAMC; Consulting Surgeon: St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington Green Children’s Hospital, St Luke’s Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital; Fellow of Assoc. of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland

DONKIN, (Horatio) Bryan (1845 - 1927), Member of Prisons Board, and a Director of Convict Prisons; Consulting Physician to Westminster Hospital, and East London Hospital for Children, King George Hospital, 1915; Hon. Member of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association; Member of Advisory Committee to Home Secretary at HM Preventive Detention Prison at Camp Hill, IoW; Member of Society for the Prevention of Venereal Disease

 
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