George Davis

George Davis may refer to:

  • George Davis (actor) (1889–1965), Dutch-born American actor
  • George Davis (analyst), American environmental policy analyst
  • George Davis (robber) (born 1941), British armed robber
  • George Davis (art director) (1914–1998), American art director
  • George Davis (editor) (1906–1957), American fiction editor and minor novelist
  • George Davis (footballer) (1881–1969), England international footballer
  • George Davis (racing driver), retired NASCAR Grand National driver
  • George Davis (pitcher) (1890–1961), American baseball player
  • George Davis (politician) (1820–1896), Confederate States Attorney General
  • George Davis (shortstop) (1870–1940), American baseball player and manager
  • George Andrew Davis, Jr. (1920–1952), United States Air Force major and Medal of Honor recipient
  • George E. Davis (Medal of Honor) (1839–1926), American Civil War officer and Medal of Honor recipient
  • George E. Davis (1850–1907), British founding father of the discipline of chemical engineering
  • George Fleming Davis (1911–1945), United States Navy commander, Medal of Honor recipient
  • George M. Davis, American malacologist and Editor-in-Chief of Malacologia
  • Mark Davis (fisherman) (George Mark Davis, born 1963), bass fisherman
  • George R. Davis (New York) (1788–1867), Speaker of the New York State Assembly 1831 and 1843
  • George R. Davis (1840–1899), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • George Roscoe Davis, Washington, DC lawyer
  • George S. Davis aka The Singing Miner (1904–1992), American country singer
  • George T. Davis (1810–1877), U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
  • George Whitefield Davis (1839–1918), American general and military Governor of Puerto Rico
  • George Davis IV (born 1987), American soccer player
  • George Davis (senior pastor), Evangelical Free Church of Hershey, Hershey, PA

Famous quotes containing the word davis:

    Night is a curious child, wandering
    Between earth and sky, creeping
    In windows and doors, daubing
    The entire neighborhood
    With purple paint.
    —Frank Marshall Davis (b. 1905)