• Richard George

    Richard George may refer to:

  • George, Richard

  • Richard George Masters

    Richard George Masters

    Richard George Masters VC (30 March 1877 – 4 April 1963) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.

  • Richard George Suter

    Richard George Suter (1827–1894) was an architect in Queensland, Australia. Many of his buildings are now heritage-listed.

  • George Richard Herron

    George Richard Herron (1888–1967) was a New Zealand politician of the National Party.

  • Richard George Voge

    Richard George Voge (4 May 1904 – 1948), born in Chicago, Illinois, was an officer in the United States Navy. He completed the course at Harrison Technical High School in Chicago in 1921, and entered the Naval Academy later that year. He graduated on 4 June 1925 and received his ensign's commission.

  • George Richard Pain

    George Richard Pain (1793–1838) was born into a family of English architects. His grandfather was William Pain, his father James Pain and his brother also James. George Richard served as an apprentice architect to John Nash of London. George Richard and James were commissioned by the Board of First Fruits to design churches and glebe houses in Ireland. He settled in Cork, Ireland. Many of his designs were produced in collaboration with his brother James Pain who practiced in Limerick.

  • George Richard Griffiths

    George Richard Griffiths (25 March 1802 in London – 7 August 1859 at Castle Hill, Englefield Green. Surrey, England, merchant and banker, having spent much of his life in the then Colony of New South Wales. Griffiths was the son of Dr. John Griffiths, one time surgeon to Queen Charlotte 's Household, and Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Neville Hart.

  • Sir Richard George

    Sir Richard William George (24 April 1944 – 23 March 2016) was a British food manufacturer who turned the Weetabix company into a major British brand.

  • George Richard Savage Nassau

    George Richard Savage Nassau (1756–1823) was an English country gentleman, known as a bibliophile,

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