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George Morton

(1585—1624)


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MORTON, Arthur Henry Aylmer (1836 - 1913), an Ecclesiastical Commissioner from 1904; Chairman of St George’s Hanover Square Bench of Magistrates, 1907

WEDD, George Morton (born 1930), South-West Regional Director, Departments of the Environment and Transport, Bristol, 1983–90

MORTON, George Bond (1893 - 1954), Director, Bird & Co. (London), Ltd, National Bank of India, Ltd, Army & Navy Stores Ltd, Grindlays Bank Ltd

GEDDES, William George Nicholson (1913 - 1993), Senior Partner, Babtie Shaw and Morton, Consulting Engineers, 1976–79, retired (Partner, 1950–76)

SMALE, Morton Alfred (1847 - 1916), Hon. Dental Surgeon, King George’s Hospital; Consulting Dental Surgeon, Royal Dental Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital; Dental Surgeon to St Mary’s Hospital, 1891–1907

SMART, Morton (1878 - 1956), Extra Manipulative surgeon to the Queen since 1952 (formerly to King George VI); Consultant in Physical Medicine to RAF; Consultant to the London Clinic for Injuries, 21 Grosvenor Square, W1; late RNVR; Commendador de la Orden Civil de Alfonso XII, 1931; Chevalier of Order of St Charles Monaco, 1913; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine

 

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(1585–1624),

converted to Puritanism by William Brewster, became closely associated with the leaders of the movement in England and Holland. When others went to America, he returned to England to ...

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