George Brown

George Brown may refer to:


* George Brown, Baron George-Brown (1914–1985), British politician, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
* George Brown (Canadian politician) (1818–1880), Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician
** George Mackenzie Brown (1869-1946), his son and British Member of Parliament
* George Houston Brown (1810-1865), represented New Jersey's 4th congressional district from 1853 to 1855.
* George Brown, Jr., (1920-1999) U.S. Representative from California, 1981–1999
* George William Brown, mayor of Baltimore Maryland from 1860 to 1861
* George L. Brown, Colorado politician
* George W. Brown (1860–1919), Canadian politician and Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan from 1910 to 1915
* Hank Brown (George Hanks "Hank" Brown, born 1940), Senator from Colorado


* George Brown (cricketer) (1887–1964), English cricketer
* George Brown (English footballer) (1903-1948), English footballer
* George Brown (footballer born 1907), Scottish international footballer
* George Brown (footballer born 1928) Scottish footballer ex-Clyde, Hamilton, Airdrie, Stenhousemuir & Kilmarnock
* George Brown (soccer) (born 1935), U.S. soccer player
* George Brown (basketball) (born 1935)
* George V. Brown (1880–1937), sports organizer in United States, starter of Boston marathon, and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee

Other people

* George Brown (bishop) (1438-1515)
* Sir George Brown (British army officer) GCB (1790–1865), British Army officer
* George Brown (Financier) (1787–1859) American banker and a founder of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in Baltimore, Maryland
* George Brown (missionary) (1835–1917), English missionary to Fiji, Samoa
* George Brown (Admiral) (1835-1913) American Admiral
* George Brown (Union official), president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes (c. 1941)
* George Brown (musician) (born 1949), drummer for Kool & the Gang
* G. Spencer-Brown (born 1923), British mathematician
* George Douglas Brown (1869-1902), Scottish novelist
* George H. Brown (Engineer) (1908-1987), American research engineer who developed color television
* George Lindor Brown (1903-1971), British physiologist and Secretary of the Royal Society
* George Mackay Brown (1921-1996), Scottish poet, author, and dramatist
* George Scratchley Brown (1918–1978), Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
* George W. Brown (1815-1895), inventor of the corn planter
* George "Young Tiger" Brown (born 1920), Calypso musician from Trinidad


* George Brown College, applied arts and technology college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Named for the above

ee also

* George Browne (disambiguation)

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