Dawe

Dawe may refer to the following:

  • Bruce Dawe, an Australian poet
  • Bryan Dawe, an Australian comedian and satirist
  • Carlton Dawe, an author born in Adelaide, Australia
  • George Dawe, an English portrait artist
  • Gerald Dawe, a Northern Irish writer and poet
  • Jason Dawe (ice hockey), a professional ice hockey player
  • Jason Dawe (television), a presenter on the Top Gear television show
  • Leonard Dawe (1889–1963), English amateur footballer, who later compiled crosswords for the Daily Telegraph newspaper
  • Tom Dawe, a writer from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
  • Dawe, a town in southern Ethiopia

Other articles related to "dawe":

Canadian Pond Hockey Championships - Men's Canadian Championship
2009 Officetrax Vandals Brampton Ontario Brandon Dawe (C), Danny Gould, Mike Cross, Matty Moore, Stace Page, Kenny Sousa 2010 Officetrax Vandals Brampton Ontario Brandon Dawe (C ...
Philip Dawe
... Philip Dawe was an English mezzotint engraver, artist and political cartoonist who is thought to have been born in the 1730s, the son of a city merchant in London ... they had 6 children, 3 of whom also became artists George Dawe born 6 February 1781 in Piccadilly, Henry Edward Dawe born 24 September 1790 in Kentish Town and James Philip Dawe born 26 ... It is said that Dawe was the only person to maintain a strong friendship with George Morland through both the ups and downs of the latter’s life ...
Homecoming (poem)
... "Homecoming" is a 1968 poem by Bruce Dawe ... sentiment in "Homecoming" is more direct than in Dawe's other well-known war poem, "Weapons Training", written two years later ... the poem was written in 1968, the year Dawe left the Royal Australian Air Force, it had its origins, according to Dawe's biographer Peter Kuch, in Dawe's earlier "p ...
Carlton Dawe
... William Carlton Lanyon Dawe, generally known as Carlton Dawe (30 July 1865 – 30 May 1935), was a prolific Australian author of over seventy-seven books including romance, mystery and crime ... Dawe was born in Adelaide and came from an old Cornish family ... Dawe came to Melbourne with his parents around 1880, and in 1885 published in London Sydonia and other Poems ...
Strand School - History - Strand and The D-Day Crossword
... MI5 became involved and called on Leonard Dawe, Telegraph crossword compiler and creator of the puzzles in question, at his home in Leatherhead ... Dawe was also headmaster of Strand School ... Dawe recalled the episode in a BBC TV interview in 1958 ...