Arthur Young

[actor] Arthur Young (2 September 1898 – 24 February 1959) was an English actor, notable for roles including Gladstone in the 1951 The Lady with the Lamp. He can be seen as a window cleaner in the film Radio Parade of 1935. He regularly appeared on BBC radio plays and was a member of the Corporation’s Drama Repertory Company in the late...
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Arthur Young

[divine] Arthur Young (1693–1759), was an English clergyman and divine. ==Life== Young was born in 1693, the son of Bartholomew Young (d. 12 August 1724) of Bradfield Combust in Suffolk. He was educated at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, graduating LL.B. in 1716, and proceeding LL.D. in 1728. In 1719 he was instituted to the rectories of Bradfi...
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Arthur Young

[footballer] Arthur Young ({floruit} 1906) was a Scottish footballer. His regular position was as an outside right. He played for Hurlford Thistle and Manchester United. He made his Football League debut on 27 October 1906, when he played in a 2–1 home win over Birmingham. ...
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Arthur Young

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Arthur Young

Arthur Young was an English actor. He was born in 1898 at Bristol and died in 1959.
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Arthur Young

[governor] Captain Sir Arthur Henderson Young, {post-nominals|GCMG|KBE} was born in 1854. He was the son of Colonel Keith Young. On 5 November 1885, Sir Arthur married Lady Evelyn Anne Kennedy, a daughter of Archibald Kennedy, 2nd Marquess of Ailsa, and Julia Jephson. He died on 20 October 1938. ==Education== Young was educated at Edinburgh...
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Arthur Young

[police officer] Colonel Sir Arthur Edwin Young {post-nominals|country=GBR-cats|KBE|CMG|CVO|OStJ|KPM|size=100%}KPM (15 February 1907 – 20 January 1979) was a British police officer. He was Commissioner of Police of the City of London from 1950 to 1971 and was also the first head of the Royal Ulster Constabulary to be styled Chief Constabl...
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Arthur Young

[agriculturist] Arthur Young (11 September 1741 – 12 April 1820) was an English writer on agriculture, economics, social statistics, and campaigner for the rights of agricultural workers. == Biography == === Birth and early life === Arthur Young was born in 1741 at Whitehall, London, the second son of the Rev. Arthur Young, who was chapla...
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Arthur Young

[accountant] Robert Arthur Young (1863-1948) was one of the founders of Ernst & Young, the international accounting firm. ==Career== Born the son of a Glasgow merchant and shipowner, Young was educated at the University of Glasgow where he studied law, was the captain of the University rugby team and played for Glasgow in an inter-city rugb...
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Arthur Young

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