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Charles Read

(1715—1774) politician in America


'Charles Read' can also refer to...

Read, David Charles (1790)

Charles Anderson Read (1841—1878) writer

David Charles Read (1790—1851) etcher and painter

Read, Charles [Anderson] (1841–1878)

Read, Charles Anderson (1841-1878), writer

Read, Charles (1715-1774), politician in America

READ, David Charles (1790 - 1851), Draughtsman, engraver

Read, David Charles (1790-1851), etcher and painter

Read, Sir (Charles) Hercules (1857-1929), museum curator

388 Charles Nern, Paul Read & William Gabb Commenda, 2 May 1697

READ, Charles (Frederick) (1918 - 2014), Chief of the Air Staff, RAAF, 1972–75

READ, Francis Charles Jennings (1875 - 1958), City Surveyor, Corporation of London, 1931–44

Moore-Brabazon, Derek Charles (1910 - 1974), Member of the Stock Exchange, London; associated with Read, Hurst-Brown & Co

Extract from John Forster to Charles Dickens and the Rev. Whitwell Elwin, 22 March 1859, Read By CD to the Special Meeting of the Royal Literary Fund On 23 March.

READ, Charles (1902 - 1957), Director Institute of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, British Post-Graduate Medical Federation, University of London; Pres. Roy. Coll. of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Hon. Fellow, American Association of Obstetricians, Gynæcologists and Abdominal Surgeons; Hon. Fellow, American Gynæcological Society; Hon. Fellow Athens Obstetrical and Gynæcological Society; Hon. Member S. African Assoc. of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Surgeon: Queen Charlotte’s Maternity Hosp.; Chelsea Hospital for Women; Hammersmith Post Graduate Hospital; Consulting Gynæcological Surgeon to the Northwood and Pinner Memorial Hospital, the Passmore Edwards Hospital, Wood Green, and St Luke’s Hostel for the Clergy; Surgeon to Out-Patients, and Director of Post Graduate Studies, Chelsea Hospital for Women; Gynæcologist, Bolingbroke Hospital; Gynæcological Surgeon Victoria Memorial Hospital, Barnet, Beckenham Hospital, and Bromley and District Hospital

READ, (Charles) Hercules (1857 - 1929), Past President Royal Anthropological Institute, and President Society of Antiquaries of London, 1908–14, and 1919–24; President, Section H British Association, 1899; formerly Keeper of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography, British Museum, until 1921; Hon. Member, Real Acad., San Fernando, and Real Acad. de la Historia, Madrid; Member, Royal Society Northern Antiquaries, Copenhagen; Academie Royale d’Archéologie de Belgique, Antiquarian and Numismatic Society of Philadelphia, Società di Antropologia d’ Italia. Société d’Anthropologie de Paris, Sussex Archæological Society; Member, Society of Gentlemen of Spalding; a Trustee of Sir John Soane’s Museum; Member of the Society of Dilettanti

 
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