Barnard


Barnard

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People

urname

* Alfred Barnard (1837 – 1918), British brewing and distilling historian
* Lady Anne Barnard (1750 – 1825), British author of the ballad Auld Robin Gray"
* Baron Barnard, of Barnard Castle in the Bishoprick of Durham, a title created in 1698 in the Peerage of England
* Bill Barnard (1886 – 1958), a New Zealand politician
* Cecil Barnard, the youth name of Hotep Idris Galeta (1941 – ), a South African jazz pianist and educator
* Chester Barnard (1886 – 1961), a telecommunications executive and author
* Christiaan Barnard (1922 – 2001), a South African surgeon, who performed the world's first heart transplant operation
* Claude Barnard (1890 – 1957), an Australian politician
* Edward Emerson Barnard (1857 – 1923), an American astronomer
* Ernest Barnard, President of Major League Baseball's American League, 1927–1931
* Francis Jones Barnard, aka Frank Barnard Sr., pioneer freighting entrepreneur and Member of Parliament in Canada from 1879 to 1887
* Francis Stillman Barnard, aka Frank Barnard Jr., F.J. Barnard's son and Member of Parliament in Canada from 1888 to 1892, and Lieutenant-Governor from 1914 to 1919.
* Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard (1809 – 1889), an American scientist and educationalist
* George Grey Barnard (1863 – 1938), an American sculptor
* George N. Barnard, an American Civil War photographer
* Henry Barnard (1811 – 1900), an American educationalist
* John Barnard (1940s – ), a British race car designer
* John G. Barnard (1815 – 1882), a US Army general during the American Civil War and Chief Engineer of the Defenses of Washington (1863-1864)
* Joseph Osmond Barnard (1816 – 1865), the engraver of the Mauritius "Post Office" stamps
* Kate Barnard (1875 – 1930), an American politician
* Lance Barnard (1919 – 1997), an Australian politician
* Marius Barnard, a South African surgeon, brother of Christiaan Barnard and inventor of critical illness insurance.
* Marius Barnard, a South African professional tennis player.
* Mary Barnard (1909 – 2002), an American poet and translator
* Neal D. Barnard, an American medical doctor, author, and clinical researcher
* Robert Barnard (born 1936), English mystery writer and critic
* Tom Barnard, an American radio talk show host

Given name

* Bernard Courtois (also spelled Barnard Courtois), (1777 – 1838), a French chemist
* Barnard E. Bee, Sr. (1787 – 1853), an early settler and political leader in the Republic of Texas
* Barnard Elliott Bee, Jr. (1824 – 1861), a Confederate Army general during the American Civil War

Places

Australia

* Barnard Island Group National Park, a national park in Queensland

United Kingdom

* Barnards Green, a popular district centre in Great Malvern, Worcestershire, England

United States

* Barnard, Kansas, a city
* Barnard, Missouri, a city
* Barnard, South Dakota, an unincorporated community
* Barnard, Vermont, a town

Extraterrestrial

* Barnard (lunar crater)
* Barnard (Martian crater)
* Barnard 33, another name for the Horsehead Nebula, a dark nebula in the constellation of Orion
* Barnard's Galaxy, NGC 6822, in Sagittarius
* Barnard's Loop, an emission nebula in the constellation of Orion
* Barnard's Star, one of the Sun's nearest neighbours

Other uses

* Barnard Castle, a castle and its surrounding town in Teesdale, County Durham, England
* Barnard College, an American independent college of liberal arts and sciences for women
* Barnard's Express, or B.X. Express, a pioneer freight and stagecoach firm in British Columbia
* Barnard's Inn, the current home of Gresham College in Holborn, London, England
* HMS "Barnard Castle" (renamed "Empire Shelter"), a Castle-class corvette of the Royal Navy (1944 – 1955)
* Barnard (unit), a unit of measurement used in psychological, sociological and anthropological studies

ee also

*Barney
*Bernard


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  • Barnard — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Anne Barnard (1750–1825), schottische Dichterin Bill Barnard (1886–1958), neuseeländischer Politiker Chester Barnard (1886–1961), Manager und Management Theoretiker Christiaan Barnard (1922–2001),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barnard — Barnard, KS U.S. city in Kansas Population (2000): 123 Housing Units (2000): 77 Land area (2000): 0.219931 sq. miles (0.569619 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.219931 sq. miles (0.569619 sq. km) …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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  • Barnard —   [ bɑːnəd, englisch],    1) Chris, südafrikanischer Schriftsteller, * bei Nelspruit 1939; akzentuiert in seiner Kurzprosa die Beziehung von Sexualität und Tod, verwendet mit Vorliebe groteske Erzählelemente. In seinem Roman »Mahala« (1971) wird… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Barnard, MO — U.S. city in Missouri Population (2000): 257 Housing Units (2000): 115 Land area (2000): 0.155357 sq. miles (0.402374 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.155357 sq. miles (0.402374 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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  • Barnard — (spr. Barnörd), Sir Henry Will., geb. 1799 zu Wedbury in Oxfordshire, trat 1814 als Fähnrich in die englische Armee u. diente 1815 unter seinem Oheim Sir Andrew B. in Frankreich u. 1819 f. in Westindien; nachdem er seit 1847 als assistirender… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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