Richard Harries

'Richard Harries' can also refer to...

Richard Harry Clements (1928—2006) journalist

RAGG, Harry Richard (1889 - 1967)

Richard, Cliff (b. Harry Webb, 1940) [Mus.]

Clements, Richard Harry [Dick] (1928-2006), journalist

CARTER, Richard Harry (1839 - 1911), Painter, watercolourist

Reinhold Niebuhr and Contemporary Politics: God and Power. Edited by Richard Harries and Stephen Platten.

CLEMENTS, Richard Harry (1928 - 2006), author and journalist; Director, Citizens Income Trust, 1993–96

RASHLEIGH, Richard (Harry) (born 1958), management accountant; self-employed, since 1990

EVANS, Richard (Harry) (born 1942), Independent Director, SWF Samruk-Kazyna JSC, Kazakhstan

DAVIES, Richard Harries (1916 - 1995), an Extra Equerry to the Duke of Edinburgh, since 1984

Richard S. Kirkendall, editor. Harry's Farewell: Interpreting and Teaching the Truman Presidency. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. 2004. Pp. xv, 381. $44.95

DICKINSON, Harry Thomas (born 1939), Richard Lodge Professor of British History, University of Edinburgh, 1980–2006, now Emeritus, and Hon. Professorial Fellow, since 2006

DANIELS, Harry Richard John (born 1951), Professor of Education, University of Oxford, since 2013; Fellow, Green Templeton College, since 2013

MIDDLETON, Richard Harry (born 1955), interim Deputy Vice Chancellor, Middlesex University, 2015–Dec. 2016; Chair, Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, since 2015 (Member, 2009–15)

Harries, Richard Douglas (born 1936), Bishop of Oxford, 1987–2006; an Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Southwark, since 2006; Gresham Professor of Divinity, 2008–12

WHATES, Harry Richard (died 1923), journalist; Parliamentary Correspondent Birmingham Post (London office); an assistant editor of The Standard, 1896–1905, retired on the change of proprietorship in 1905

POTTER, Richard Harry (1861 - 1931), Archdeacon of Wangaratta; Rector of St Luke’s, Wodonga, since 1923; Vicar-General of the Diocese of Wangaratta; Rural Dean of Wangaratta

WILLIAMS-BULKELEY, Richard Harry David (1911 - 1992), JP; Lord Lieutenant of Gwynedd, 1974–83 (HM Lieutenant for the County of Anglesey, 1947–74); Member, Anglesey County Council, 1946–74 (Chairman, 1955–57); Mayor of Beaumaris, 1949–51

From Obscurity to Bright Dawn: How Nyasaland Became Malawi: An Insider's Account, Henry Phillips Lying Abroad: Diplomatic Memoirs, Harry Brind Diplomatic Moves: Life in the Foreign Service, Sally James Cocktails, Crises and Cockroaches: A DiplomaticTrail, James Reeve Envoy Extraordinary: A most Unlikely Ambassador, Horace Phillips A Chain of Cities: Diplomacy at the End of Empire, Richard Faber