George Reid may refer to:
- Sir George Reid (Australian politician) (1845–1918), Prime Minister of Australia
- George Reid (soldier) (1733–1815), American Revolutionary War general
- Sir George Reid (Scottish artist) (1841–1913)
- Sir George Reid (RAF officer) (1893–1991), World War I flying ace in No. 20 Squadron RAF
- Sir George Reid (Scottish politician) (born 1939), Former Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament
- George Reid (footballer) (1896–?), former Northern Irish footballer
- George Agnew Reid (1860–1947), Canadian artist
- George Croghan Reid (1876–1961), American Medal of Honor recipient
- Sir G. Archdall Reid (1860–1929), Scottish physician and writer
- George Alexander Reid, British Member of Parliament for Windsor
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... George Reid (1762–1838) was originally a farmer at Barquharie or Barquharry near Ochiltree ... In 1786 Burns borrowed Reid's pony to carry him to Edinburgh on 27 November 1786 ... for the late return of the pony returned by John Samson he also sent Agnes Reid a copy of the Kilmarnock Edition ...
... George Reid (1733–1815) was born in Londonderry, New Hampshire, and was a farmer by trade ... Mary Woodburn in 1765 who was noted for her skill in running their farm in George's long service during the American Revolutionary War ... With news of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, George Reid marched with his militia company to Boston, Massachusetts and commanded a company of the 1st New Hampshire Regiment at the Battle of Bunker Hill ...
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