David Mackenzie

'David Mackenzie' can also refer to...

Mackenzie, David

(David) Neil MacKenzie (1926—2001) scholar of Iranian languages

MACKENZIE, David James (1855 - 1925), advocate

Ogilvy, David Mackenzie (1911-1999), advertising executive

David Neil MacKenzie, 1926–2001

MACKENZIE, David Alexander Laurance (1897 - 1976), Brigadier, retired, Indian Army

MacKenzie, (David) Neil (1926-2001), scholar of Iranian languages

WILSON, David (Mackenzie) (born 1931), Director of the British Museum, 1977–92

MACKENZIE, Lorimer David Maurice (born 1940), Director, Development Strategy for Enterprises, European Commission, 1996–2002

MACKENZIE, David John (born 1929), Royal Navy, retired 1983; Director, Atlantic Salmon Trust, 1985–97 (Life Vice-President, 1998)

MacKENZIE, David Neil (1926 - 2001), Professor of Iranian Studies, University of Göttingen, 1975–94, Professor Emeritus since 1994

WATERSON, David (died 1942), Bute Professor of Anatomy, St Andrews University since 1914; Hon. Consultant James MacKenzie Institute; Town Councillor

MacKENZIE, David Alexander (1922 - 1989), General Secretary, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association, 1973–77; Civil Servant, 1980–86

OGILVY, David Mackenzie (1911 - 1999), Founder, Ogilvy and Mather, 1948, Chairman to 1973; Chairman, WPP Group, 1989–92

MACKENZIE, Hector David (1893 - 1958), JP, DL, Ross and Cromarty; Lord Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty, 1936–55; Member of County Council of Ross and Cromarty

David Mackenzie, editor. Canada and the First World War: Essays in Honour of Robert Craig Brown. Buffalo, N. Y.: University of Toronto Press. 2005. Pp. xii, 452. Cloth $85.00, paper $35.00

MACKENZIE, David James Masterton (1905 - 1994), Colonial Medical Service, retired; Hon. Research Associate, Department of Medical Microbiology, Medical School, University of Cape Town, 1970–84; Visiting Scientist, Malaria Eradication Program, Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1965–69


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Literature


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

A clergyman who visited Australia 1835–45 and 1848–52, published an account of his experiences, Ten Years in Australia (1851), which was an expansion of his The Emigrant's Guide: Or, Ten ...

Subjects: Literature.

Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.