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Graham Brown


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Brown T. Graham

Thomas Graham Brown (1882—1965) neurophysiologist and mountaineer

T. Graham Brown (b. 1954)

Brown, Thomas Graham (1882-1965), neurophysiologist and mountaineer

Shaw [née Graham], Helen Brown (1879-1964), politician

Brown, George Francis Graham (1891-1942), bishop in Jerusalem

GRAHAM BROWN, Thomas (died 1965), Professor of Physiology, University of Wales, 1920–47; retired, 1947

BROWNE, Graham David (born 1953), Associate, National College for School Leadership; Education Consultant, Brown and Grey Ltd

BROWN, Leonard Graham (1888 - 1950), Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon (Specialist); War Work; Medical Supt Charing Cross Hospital

GRAHAM BROWN, George Francis (1891 - 1942), Bishop in Jerusalem since 1932; Hon. Fellow St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, since 1937

BROWN, John James Graham (died 1925), late President Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; in practice as a Physician in Edinburgh since 1880; Lecturer in Clinical Medicine in Edinburgh University and in School of Medicine of the Royal Colleges, Edinburgh

“Pretends to Be Free”: Runaway Slave Advertisements from Colonial and Revolutionary New York and New Jersey. Ed. by Graham Russell Hodges and Alan Edward Brown. (New York: Garland, 1994. xlvi, 369 pp. $57.00, ISBN 0-8153-1531-7.)

SCOTT-BROWN, Walter Graham (died 1987), Consulting Surgeon, Throat, Nose and Ear Department, Royal Free Hospital, and late Surgeon and Lecturer Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital; late Consulting Aurist and Laryngologist at East Grinstead Cottage Hospital and at the Maxillo-facial unit; and Lecturer to University of London; Fellow Royal Society Medicine and Member Otological and Laryngological Section; Fellow Medical Society of London; formerly engaged in consulting practice in London as oto-rhino-laryngologist

 
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