Hope Simpson

Hope Simpson may refer to:

  • John Hope Simpson (1868-1961), British politician
  • Robert Edgar Hope-Simpson (20th century), general practitioner

Other articles related to "hope, hope simpson, simpson":

Robert Edgar Hope-Simpson - Working Life
... Hope-Simpson was prepared for questions about his Quaker views, especially as he’d discussed them with his disapproving father the year before ... However Hope-Simpson was very surprised at the brevity of his interview with Dr Lake ... So Hope-Simpson left Beaminster in 1945 for Cirencester ...
List Of Airports By IATA Code: Y - Y
... CTU2) Fontanges, Quebec, Canada YFH CYFH Fort Hope Airport Fort Hope, Ontario, Canada YFL CYFL Fort Reliance Airport Fort Reliance, Northwest Territories, Canada YFO CYFO Flin Flon Airport Flin Flon ... YGG Ganges Water Aerodrome (TC CAX6) Ganges, British Columbia, Canada YGH CYGH Fort Good Hope Airport Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories, Canada YGJ RJOH Miho-Yonago Airport Yonago, Tottori ... Ohio, United States YNH CYNH Hudson's Hope Airport Hudson's Hope, British Columbia, Canada YNI CYNI Nitchequon Airport Nitchequon, Quebec, Canada YNJ ZYYJ ...
Port Hope Simpson - History - Early Settlement and Founding
... The earliest signs of habitation in the Port Hope Simpson area are marks dating from 1773 carved in a rock known as the "stamp from our past" when a few inhabitants were wintering at various places on Alexis ... It was not until 1934 that Port Hope Simpson was founded as a logging town by John Osborn Williams, owner of the Labrador Development Company, which set-up a pitwood cutting and exporting operations on ... He was supported in his venture by Sir John Hope Simpson, Commissioner of Natural Resources and Acting-Commissioner of Justice 1934-36 ...
John Hope Simpson
... Sir John Hope Simpson (23 July 1868 – 10 April 1961) was a British Liberal politician who served as a Member of Parliament (MP) and later in the Government of Newfoundland ... Born in Liverpool, Simpson held numerous governmental posts before his retirement in 1916, having been acting chief commander of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands ... He authored the Hope Simpson Report in 1930, following the widespread 1929 Palestine riots ...

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