George Lane

(1620—1683) political administrator and politician

'George Lane' can also refer to...

George Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers (1890—1966) author, anthropologist, and Second World War internee

BLACK, George Cumine Strahan (1882 - 1951), Deputy Chairman, Grosvenor House (Park Lane) Ltd

MOORE-LANE, George Howard (1844 - 1905), Army Pay Department; North Gloucestershire Regiment (retired)

Lane, Lupino [real name Henry William George Lupino] (1892-1959), actor and theatre manager

Rivers, George Henry Lane Fox Pitt- (1890-1966), author, anthropologist, and Second World War internee

Lane, George, first Viscount Lanesborough (1620-1683), political administrator and politician

WILSON, Thomas Needham Furnival (1896 - 1961), psc; of Sandbach and of Coole Lane, Co. Chester; Secretary, King George’s Jubilee Trust, 1948

Lane-Fox, George Richard (1870 - 1947), PC 1926; JP, DL; Barrister; CC and Alderman, West Riding CC, 1898–1928; late Col Yorks Hussars

GROSSMITH, George (1874 - 1935), actor, author, and theatrical manager; Managing Director of Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, since 1931

BANES, George Edward (1828 - 1907), JP; wharfinger and bonded warehouse keeper, Colonial and Granite Wharves, Wapping, E, and 37–38 Mark Lane, EC

[58] To: Mrs. Mary Wilson, to be left at Mr. George Wilson's chambers in Simmond's Inn, Chancery Lane, London; Kendal, 10 May, 1711

[601] To: Mr. George Wilson, at his chambers at Lincoln's Inn, Chancery Lane, London; Kendal, 29 December, 1712

LANE, Harry George (1881 - 1957), Newspaper editor, retired; editor Daily Sketch, 1919–28; editor in chief, Northcliffe Newspapers, Ltd, 1928–32; editor Sunday Dispatch, 1932–33; Director Hull and Grimsby Newspapers Ltd, 1930–46

HINE-HAYCOCK, Trevitt Reginald (1861 - 1953), Vicar of Christ Church, Greyfriars, EC1, and Rector of St Leonard, Foster Lane, since 1912; Hon. Priest to the Queen since 1952 (formerly to King George VI)

PITT-RIVERS, George Henry Lane Fox (1890 - 1966), Owner-Director of the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Farnham, Blandford, Dorset; Life Member and Fellow, and for 20 years Member of Council of Eugenics Society

HUDSON-WILKIN, Rose Josephine (born 1961), Chaplain to the Queen, since 2008; Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, and Priest Vicar, Westminster Abbey, since 2010; Prebendary, St Paul’s Cathedral, since 2013; Priest-in-charge, St Mary at Hill with St Andrew Hubbard, St George Botolph Lane, and St Botolph by Billingsgate, since 2014

MULLINS, George Lane (1862 - 1918), Australian Army Medical Corps; Officer Commanding No 4 Australian General Hospital; Hon. Organising Secretary, Red Cross Society, New South Wales Division; Red Cross Director, New South Wales; Hon. Consulting Physician, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney; Hon. Director, Department of Special Therapeutics, Sydney Hospital, etc

FYNES-CLINTON, Henry Joy (1875 - 1959), Rector of St Magnus the Martyr’s with St Margaret’s, New Fish Street, and St Michael’s, Crooked Lane, City of London; Hon. Chaplain and Past-Master of Worshipful Co. of Plumbers; Chaplain of Roy. Soc. of St George (City Branch); Fellow of Coll. of Guardians of Walsingham; Fellow of Sion College; Chm. of Governors: St Michael’s Sch., Otford; Quainton Hall Sch., Harrow; Dir of Catholic League

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