William Milne


William Milne

William Milne could refer to:

* William Milne (missionary) (1782-1834), British
* William Milne (politician) (1822 - 1895), styled "Sir", Australian politician
* William Milne (sport shooter) (born 1852), British
* William J. Milne (educator) (1843-1914), American, also administrator
* William Johnstone Milne (1892-1917), Canadian soldier
* Billy Milne (1895-1975), Scottish footballer


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  • William Milne (missionary) — William Milne (1785 – June 2, 1822) was the second Protestant missionary to China, after his colleague, Robert Morrison [Wylie (1867), p. 12 21] .cottish rootsMilne was born near Huntly, in the rural parish of Kennethmont in Aberdeenshire,… …   Wikipedia

  • William Milne (politician) — William Milne (1822 1895) was an Australian entrepreneur and politician. References [http://gutenberg.net.au/dictbiog/0 dict biogMa Mo.html#milne1 MILNE, SIR WILLIAM (1822 1895)] in Dictionary of Australian Biography …   Wikipedia

  • William Milne (sport shooter) — William Milne (born March 23, 1852, date of death unknown) was a British sport shooter who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics and in the 1912 Summer Olympics.In the 1908 Summer Olympics he participated in the following events:* disappearing… …   Wikipedia

  • Milne (surname) — Milne /ˈmɪln/ is a surname of Scottish origin, and may refer to: In military: Sir Alexander Milne, 1st Baronet, British admiral Archibald Berkeley Milne (1855–1938), admiral of the Royal Navy Sir David Milne, British admiral Duncan Grinnell Milne …   Wikipedia

  • MILNE, Sir William (1822-1895) — politician was the son of William Milne, a merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth McMillan. He was born at Wester Common, near Glasgow, on 17 May 1822, and was educated at the high school, Glasgow. On leaving school he entered his father s office, but …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • William Henry Bundey — Sir William Henry Bundey (30 January 1838 – 6 December 1909) was an Australian politician and judge. NOTOC Early lifeBundey was born in Exbury, Hampshire, England, the second son of James Bundey and his wife Harriett née Lockyer. The family… …   Wikipedia

  • William Johnstone Milne — VC (December 21, 1892 ndash; April 9, 1917), was a Canadian soldier in World War I who posthumously received the Victoria Cross for the highest gallantry against the enemy during action in France on 9 April, 1917.DetailsMilne was born December 21 …   Wikipedia

  • William Larkin — (early 1580s 1619) was an English painter active from 1609 until his death in 1619, known for his iconic portraits of members of the court of James I of England which capture in brilliant detail the opulent layering of textiles, embroidery, lace …   Wikipedia

  • William J. Milne (educator) — William James Milne (1843 1914) was an American educator, academic administrator, and author. He was known for heading two teachers colleges in New York State, and writing numerous mathematics textbooks.In 1871, Milne became principal of what had …   Wikipedia

  • William J. Milne — may refer to:* William J. Milne (educator) (1843 1914), American, also administrator * William Johnstone Milne (1892 1917), Canadian soldier * William J. Milne (demographer) (fl. late 20th century), Canadian …   Wikipedia


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