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

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

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)

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

[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-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

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

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)

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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