Michael Marks

(1859—1907) retailer and chain store founder

'Michael Marks' can also refer to...

Marks, Michael (1920 - 1998)

Mark, Michael L(aurence) (1 Dec 1936)

Mark, Michael L. (born 1936), music educator, scholar

Marks, Michael (1859-1907), retailer and chain store founder

STREATFEILD, Henry Bertram (1852 - 1922), Vicar of St Mark’s, Milverton, Leamington, 1901–20; Hon. Canon of St Michael’s, Coventry

HOLMAN, Michael Mark (born 1954), Principal, Heythrop College, University of London, since 2012

LYNTON, Michael Mark (born 1960), Chairman and Chief Executive, Sony Pictures Entertainment, since 2004

MARKS, Dennis Michael (1948 - 2015), broadcaster, lecturer, writer and film-maker, since 1997

WOOLFSON, Michael Mark (born 1927), Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of York, 1965–94, now Emeritus

ROBERTS, Michael (1902 - 1948), author; Principal, College of St Mark and St John, Chelsea, SW10, since 1945

MARKS, Michael John Paul (born 1941), Founding Partner, NewSmith Capital Partners LLP, 2003–14

LEIGH, Mark Andrew Michael Stephen (born 1946), Partner, since 1977, and Senior Partner, since 1998, Hempsons; Solicitor Advocate of the Supreme Court, since 2005

SACHER, Michael Moses (1917 - 1986), Vice-Chairman, Marks and Spencer plc, 1972–84 (Joint Vice-Chairman, 1982–84)

SIEFF, Michael David (1911 - 1987), Director, Marks & Spencer, 1950–78 (Joint Managing Director, 1971–76; Joint Vice-Chairman, 1972–76)

Michael Herbert and Susan Sellers (eds), Virginia Woolf, The Waves.Mark Hussey (ed.), Virginia Woolf, Between The Acts.

Queer Christianities: Lived Religion in Transgressive Forms, by Kathleen T. Talvacchia, Michael F. Pettinger, and Mark Larrimore.

PRISK, (Michael) Mark (born 1962), MP (C) Hertford and Stortford, since 2001; Prime Minister’s Investment Envoy to the Nordic and Baltic Nations, since 2014

One Nation Divisible: What America Was and What It Is Becoming. By Michael B. Katz and Mark J. Stern (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006. xi + 349 pp. $37.50)

The First Commentary on Mark: An Annotated Translation. Translated by Michael Cahill. Pp. xiv + 154. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. isbn 0 19 511601 1. £33.50

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