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King Bruce

(1922—1997)


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King Bruce

KING, Jeremy Richard Bruce (born 1954), restaurateur

Michael Penman. Robert the Bruce: King of the Scots.

Robert I [Robert Bruce] (1274-1329), king of Scots

Robert the Bruce: King of the Scots, by Michael Penman

Robert I (Bruce), king of Scotland (1274–1329)

Bruce, Robert (I), King of Scotland (1272–1329)

RONALDSON, James Bruce (1886 - 1952), Cons. Physician, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor

TULLOCH, James Bruce Gregorie (died 1946), late King’s Own Yorks LI

LENDON, Penry Bruce (1882 - 1914), Captain 3rd Battalion King’s Own Regiment

BRUCE, Henry Harvey (1862 - 1948), President Metropolitan Area, British Legion; Chairman King’s Roll Clerks Association

GILBERD, Bruce Carlyle (born 1938), Bishop of Auckland, 1985–94; Chaplain, King’s School, Remuera, 1997–2000; retired

King, Bruce. The Internationalization of English Literature, 1948–2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Oxford English Literary History, 13), 2004. xiv + 386 pp. £30. ISBN 0–19–818428–X

Bruce R. O'Brien. God's Peace and King's Peace: The Laws of Edward the Confessor. (Middle Ages Series.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1999. Pp. xv, 305

OMAND, David (Bruce) (born 1947), Visiting Professor, King’s College London, since 2006; Security and Intelligence Co-ordinator and Permanent Secretary, Cabinet Office, 2002–05

PEARSON, Rupert Samuel Bruce (1904 - 1974), Hon. Consulting Physician, King’s College Hospital and Woolwich Group of Hospitals; late Senior Specialist Physician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados

BRUCE, John Mitchell (1846 - 1929), Consulting Physician, Royal Scottish Hospital, King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst, Charing Cross Hospital, and Brompton Hospital; FZS; Soc. Onorario, Accadem. Fisico-Chem. Italiana

TORRANCE, James Bruce (1923 - 2003), Professor of Systematic Theology, King’s College, University of Aberdeen, and Christ’s College, Aberdeen, 1977–89 (Dean of the Faculty of Divinity, 1978–81), then Professor Emeritus

SANDERS, Thomas Andrew Bruce (born 1949), Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 1994–2014, now Emeritus, and Head, Diabetes and Nutritional Sciences Division, 2010–14, School of Medicine, King’s College London

 

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B. 3 June 1922, Jamestown, Ghana, d. 12 September 1997. Bruce first became interested in music while studying accountancy in London in the late 40s. He taught himself to play ...

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