• George Russell

    George Russell may refer to:

  • Russell, George

  • Russell George

    Russell George

    Russell Ian George (born 1974) is a Conservative Party politician and has been the Montgomeryshire Assembly Member in the National Assembly for Wales since the May 2011 election.

  • George Russell Callender

    George Russell Callender

    Brig. Gen. George Russell Callender (1884–1973) was an American physician and army officer. He was the commandant of the Medical Department Professional Service Schools in Washington, D. C. (now known as the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research ), founding commandant of the Walter Reed Tropical Medicine Course, and author of Malaria in Panama (1929).

  • James George Russell

    James George Russell ISO (28 March 1848 – 5 January 1918) was an Australian lawyer and public servant, who was an acting Supreme Court judge in South Australia.

  • George Russell Boucher

    George Russell Boucher

    George Russell Boucher (December 13, 1899 – November 8, 1970) was a Canadian politician and barrister.

  • Lord George Russell

    Major-General Lord George William Russell GCB (8 May 1790 – 16 July 1846) was a British soldier, politician and diplomat. He was the second son of the 6th Duke of Bedford and brother to John Russell, the Whig and Liberal Prime Minister. His children were Blanche Russell, Francis Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford, Arthur Russell the Whig and Liberal MP for Tavistock and Odo Russell, the British diplomat and first British Ambassador to the German Empire.

  • George Russell Sextet at the Five Spot

    George Russell Sextet at the Five Spot

  • George Russell Sextet in K.C.

    George Russell Sextet in K.C.

    George Russell Sextet in K.C. (subtitled Original Swinging Instrumentals and sometimes referred to by that name) is an album by George Russell recorded (despite the title) in a New York studio and originally released on Decca in 1961. The album contains performances by Russell with Don Ellis, David Baker, Dave Young, Chuck Israels and Joe Hunt. The Allmusic review by Ken Dryden states that "George Russell was at a creative peak in the early '60s as he recorded one memorable small-group session after another".

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