Frank Cross

'Frank Cross' can also refer to...

Cross, Frank Moore

Frank Leslie Cross (1900—1968) Church of England clergyman and patristic scholar

Frank Moore Cross

FRANK, Leonhard (1882 - 1961), Grand Cross of Federal Republic of Germany, 1957; novelist

Cross, Frank Leslie (1900-1968), Church of England clergyman and patristic scholar

ROSE, F(rank) Clifford (1926 - 2012), Hon. Consulting Neurologist, Charing Cross Hospital, since 1991

COOKE, Henry Frank (1900 - 1973), Chairman, Western Australian Division, Australian Red Cross, since 1961

ASHLEY, Frank (1870 - 1923), British Red Cross Commissioner, Malta (Croix de Guerre)

Qumran Cave 4. XII. 1–2 Samuel. Edited by Frank More Cross, Donald W. Parry, Richard Saley, and Eugene Ulrich.

CROSS, Dr Frank Leslie (1900 - 1968), Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, since 1944

COLYER, Frank (1866 - 1954), consulting Dental Surgeon Charing Cross Hospital, and Royal Dental Hospital of London; Hon. Cons. Dental Surgeon Min. of Pensions

BILLE, Frank Ernest (1832 - 1918), Grand Cross of the Order of Dannebrog; Chamberlain to HM the King of Denmark

Issues in the extraterritorial application of Dodd–Frank’s derivatives and clearing rules, the impact on global markets and the inevitability of cross-border and US domestic coordination

BRANGWYN, Frank (1867 - 1956), Officer and Cross of Legion of Honour, France; Commander and Cross of the Order of St Maurice and St Lazarus, Italy; member of the Institut de France; member of the Reale Accademia di S. Luca, Rome; Hon. Citizen of City of Bruges; Grand Officer Order of Leopold II; Vice-Pres. Poetry Society

CLEMOW, Frank Gerard (died 1939), late Physician to British Embassy, Constantinople; Delegate for Great Britain to the International Board of Health, Constantinople; and to Mixed Commission for Revision of the Ottoman Sanitary Tariff; British Delegate International Sanitary Conferences, Paris, 1903 and 1911–12; in charge of British Red Cross Missions to Montenegro, 1915–16, and to Roumania and Russia, 1916–17; Director of Serbian Relief Fund’s work in Serbia, 1918–19; Member of British Delegation at Lausanne Peace Conference, 1922–23; was British Representative on successive International Commissions to inquire into the sanitary defences of the coasts of Asia Minor, Syria, and Arabia, of the Hedjaz Railway, of Mesopotamia, and the Turco-Persian frontier; Member of British Medical Association; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine; Montenegrin Order of Danilo I.; Montenegrin Red Cross Medal; Russian Order of St Anne, 2nd class with swords, 1917