• Douglas Strutt Galton

    Sir Douglas Strutt Galton, KCB MStJ FRS (2 July 1822 – 18 March 1899) was a British engineer. He became a captain in the Royal Engineers and Secretary to the Railway Department, Board of Trade. In 1866 he was a member of the Royal Commission on Railways. From 1869 to 1875 he was Directory of Public Works and Buildings.

  • Frank Wallace Galton

    Frank Wallace Galton (2 November 1867 – 9 April 1952), sometimes known as Frank Wallis Galton, was an English political writer and journalist who was secretary to Sidney and Beatrice Webb and later to the Fabian Society. In 1929, he was appointed to the Royal Commission on Transport.

  • Leah Galton

    Leah Galton

    Leah Galton (born 24 May 1994) is an English footballer who currently plays as a forward for FA WSL club Manchester United.

  • Galton Laboratory

    The Galton Laboratory was a laboratory for research into eugenics and then into human genetics based at University College London in London, England. It was originally established in 1904, and became part of UCL's biology department in 1996.

  • Samuel Galton

    Samuel Galton may refer to:

  • The Galton Case

    The Galton Case is the eighth book in the Lew Archer Series by Ross Macdonald. It was published in 1959. Macdonald thought with this book he found his own voice as a writer.

  • Galton (name)

    Galton is a surname and occasionally a given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • David J. Galton

    David J. Galton

    David Jeremy Galton (born 2 May 1937) is a British physician and researcher in molecular genetics and metabolic disease, primarily the hyperlipidemias and diabetes mellitus. He is an authority figure in his field.

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