David Paton

[ophthalmologist] David Paton, MD (born August 16, 1930) is a retired full-time ophthalmologist best known as Founder in 1970 of Project Orbis (now named Orbis International, Inc.) and thereafter as its first Medical Director helping to develop (1970–1982) and then deploy its teaching aircraft for ophthalmologists worldwide, especially in...
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David Paton

[doctor] Lieutenant-Colonel David Paton (1912–2008) was medical officer and the last surviving member of the St Nazaire raid of World War II, sometimes called “The Greatest Raid of All.” == Early life and education == David Paton was born at Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, on 30 July 1912 and was educated at the Hamilton Academ...
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David Paton

David Paton (born 29 October 1949) is a Scottish bass and guitar player, most notably with three different bands: Pilot, The Alan Parsons Project and Camel. He has also worked as a solo artist, session musician, and sometime vocalist. He wrote and sang on Pilot`s two big hits: `January` and `Magic`. Paton was also a member of an early version...
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David Paton

[artist] David Paton was a Scottish artist active between 1660–1700. He is known for his high quality Portrait miniatures and is considered one of the best draughtsmen in late seventeenth-century Britain. He worked mainly in plumbago, pencil and sepia, but also painted portraits in oil. ==Biography== His earliest known works are copies of...
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