David Morgan

David Morgan

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  • David Morgan (department store) — David Morgan Ltd logo David Morgan was an independent department store in Cardiff that ceased operating in January 2005 after 125 years of trading.[1] It opened on October 31, 1879 and closed its doors for the final time on Saturday 30 January… …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (businessman) — David Morgan Born March 1947 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Occupation Former CEO, Westpac Banking Corporation Spouse Ros Kelly David Raymond Morgan AO is the former CEO and Managing Director …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (rugby player) — David Morgan Morgan in Wales jersey Full name David Morgan Date of birth 14 July 1872(1872 07 14) …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan-Mar — Occupation Optical engineer Website http://www.dangermouse.net/ David Morgan Mar (aka DangerMouse) is a Ph.D. graduat …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (sociologist) — David Morgan Born 1937 Fields Sociology Institutions Unive …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan Adams — (23 February 1875 – 19 May 1942) was a British Labour Party politician.[1] [2] He was the son of David Morgan Adams of Ystradowen, near Cowbridge, Glamorgan in South Wales and Bessie Dent of Poplar in the East End of London.[2] He received… …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (journalist) — David Morgan (b. 11 October 1959, Toronto)[1] is a Northern Irish television presenter and journalist. He is currently a Senior Reporter for UTV Live. Journalism career Morgan began his career at UTV in October 2001.[1] Personal life Morgan is… …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (historian) — David Morgan is a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.[1] His book The Mongols is considered a standard in the field.[2] Originally published in 1986, a new expanded edition was published in 2007. Morgan has written… …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan (judge) — David Morgan David Morgan (November 8, 1849 – May 11, 1912) was an American judge who served as a Justice of the Supreme Court of North Dakota from 1901 to 1911. He died in California in 1912 at age 62. External links North Dakota Supreme Court… …   Wikipedia

  • David Morgan Bridge — Other name(s) Third Street Bridge Carries WV 310 (Merchant Street) Crosses Monongahela River …   Wikipedia

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