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George Barclay

George Barclay British member of parliament (died 1819)

British member of parliament (died 1819)
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro British member of parliament (died 1819)
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Politician
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 1 January 1759
Death 8 June 1819
The details

George Barclay may refer to:

  • George Barclay (Jacobite) (c.1636–1710), leader of a 1696 plot to assassinate King William III of England
  • George Barclay (clergyman) (c.1779–1857), Baptist minister in Upper Canada
  • Sir George Head Barclay (1862–1921), British diplomat
  • George Barclay (sportsperson) (1876–1909), Major League Baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Beaneaters, American football player and coach, inventor of the first football helmet
  • George T. Barclay (1910–1997), head football coach at Washington and Lee University (1949–1951) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1953–1955)
  • George Barclay (RAF officer) (1920–1942), British pilot who was killed in action on the battle of El Alamein; author of Angels 22
  • George Barclay (speedway rider) (born 1937), former motorcycle speedway rider and founder of the National Speedway Museum
  • the pen name of Ronald Kinnoch
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