George Cook

George Cook

George Cook may refer to:
*George Cook (opera singer) (1925–1995) English opera singer
*George Cook (footballer) (b.1904), English professional footballer
*George Cook (footballer born 1895) (1895–1980), English professional footballer
*George Cram Cook (1873–1924), American writer
*George Hammell Cook (1818–1889), Rutgers professor
*George Ramsay Cook (b.1931), Canadian historian
*George Rowan Cook (1902–1997), Scottish painter
*George W. Cook (1851–1916), U.S. Representative from Colorado

ee also

*George Cooke

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  • George Washington Cook — (* 10. November 1851 in Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana; † 18. Dezember 1916 in Pueblo, Colorado) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Cook lief im alter von elf Jahren von zu Hause fort und schloss sich dem fünfzehnten Regiment der Indiana… …   Deutsch Wikipedia