Robert Morton

(fl. c. 1447—1489) composer

'Robert Morton' can also refer to...

Robert Morton (c. 1435—1497) bishop of Worcester

Robert Morton Nance (1873—1959) Cornish-language scholar

Morton, Robert (1430 - 1479), composer

Morton, Robert (c.1435–97)

Stern, Robert Arthur Morton (1939– )

Stern, Robert Arthur Morton (1939)

Morton, Robert (fl. 1457-1479), composer

DYER, Robert Morton (1878 - 1936), naval architect

Nance, Robert Morton (1873-1959), Cornish-language scholar

Morton, Sir (Robert) Alastair Newton (1938-2004), businessman

Morton, Robert (c. 1435-1497), bishop of Worcester

47 From Robert Morton Church-Lawford, Warws., 6 August 1650?

MORTON-SANER, Robert (1911 - 2001), HM Diplomatic Service, retired

MORTON, (Robert) Alastair (Newton) (1938 - 2004), Chairman, Strategic Rail Authority, 1999–2001

ROBERTS, Sidney Morton Pearson (1860 - 1930), JP Bucks; Consulting Physician, Sheffield Royal Hospital

JAFFRAY, Alistair Robert Morton (born 1925), Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence, 1975–84

Abraham Lincoln and Robert Burns: Connected Lives and Legends. By Ferenc Morton Szasz. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2008. xiv, 242 pp. $27.95, ISBN 978-0-8093-2855-0.)

MORTON, Robert (1847 - 1932), Minister of Original Secession Church, Mains Street, Glasgow; Professor of Systematic Theology and Church History in Theological Hall of that Church since 1898; President of the Scottish Reformation Society, 1932

Cancer Medicine, 4th Edition, Vols. I and II James F. Holland, Robert C. Bast, Jr., Donald L. Morton, Emil Frei III, Donald W. Kufe, Ralph R. Weichselbaum, eds. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1997. Vol. I, 1800 pp., $189; Vol. II, 1800 pp., $189. ISBN 0-683-04095-2

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