Gaskell may refer to:

  • Charles George Milnes Gaskell (1842-1919), British lawyer and politician.
  • David Gaskell (born 1940), British footballer.
  • Dean Gaskell (born 1983), British rugby league player.
  • Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865), British novelist and biographer.
  • George Gaskell, British social psychologist.
  • Holbrook Gaskell (1813–1909), British industrialist and collector.
  • Holbrook Gaskell II (1846-1919), British chemical industrialist.
  • Holbrook Gaskell III (1878-1951), British chemical industrialist.
  • James Gaskell, (born 1990), Rugby Union player for Sale Sharks
  • James Milnes Gaskell (1810–1873), British Conservative politician.
  • Jane Gaskell (born 1941), British fantasy novelist.* Lady Constance Gaskell (1885–1964), British courtier.
  • Kevin F. Gaskell, (born 1968), New Zealand-born designer and founder of Gaskell Guitars
  • Lucy Gaskell (born 1980), British actress.
  • Michael Gaskell (born 1963), British artist.
  • Walter Holbrook Gaskell (1847–1914), British physiologist.
  • William Gaskell (1805–1884), British minister and educator.
  • Whitney Gaskell (born 1972), American novelist.

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Example of "Peaceful Penetration"
... led by Lieutenant CR Morley and Lieutenant GE Gaskell (each patrol totalling just 4 men) ... The patrol led by Lieutenant Gaskell captured 32 Germans and 3 machine guns ... As a result of leading these patrols, both Lieutenant Gaskell and Lieutenant Morley won Military Crosses, and others on the patrols won Distinguished Conduct Medals ...
Cousin Phillis
... "Cousin Phillis" (1864) is a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell ... Cousin Phillis is also recognized as a fitting prelude for Gaskell's final and most widely acclaimed novel, Wives and Daughters, which ran in Cornhill Magazine from August 1864 to January 1866 ...
Cranford (TV Series) - Broadcast and Reception
... Elizabeth Gaskell's perfect little classic, beautifully and minutely observed, has been beefed up with two more stories ... However, as the extra stories are also by Mrs Gaskell, they transplant pretty naturally.. ... She also manages the Mrs Gaskell trick of making the town itself the main character.. ...
Lucy Gaskell
... Lucy Gaskell (born 10 July 1980 in Wigan) is an English actress ... Gaskell is known for the roles of Ruby Ferris in the BBC1 drama series Cutting It and Kirsty Clements in Casualty ... Gaskell made her professional stage debut in the Oxford Stage Company's production of The Cherry Orchard which toured the UK in June/July 2003 ...
Louis Madarasz - Biography - Early Life
... Madarasz obtained a copy of Gaskell's Compendium of Penmanship when he was in his teens ... led him to Manchester, New Hampshire, the location of Gaskell's penmanship school ... Besides being an accomplished master penman, Gaskell was also a businessman who recognized advertising opportunities ...

Famous quotes containing the word gaskell:

    I would not trust a mouse to a woman if a man’s judgment could be had.
    —Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865)

    How easy it is to judge rightly after one sees what evil comes from judging wrongly!
    —Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865)

    A wise parent humours the desire for independent action, so as to become the friend and advisor when his absolute rule shall cease.
    —Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865)