COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, Sir Thomas.


COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, Sir Thomas.
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Dictionary of Australian Biography by PERCIVAL SERLE. . 1949.

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  • CAMPBELL, Sir Thomas Cockburn (1845-1892) — politician second son of Sir Alexander Thomas Cockburn Campbell, second baronet, and his wife, Grace, daughter of Joseph Spence, was born at Exeter, England, in 1845. He was educated at Heidelberg and left England for Australia in 1864. His… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Thomas Cockburn-Campbell — Sir Thomas Cockburn Campbell, 4th Baronet (18 April 1845 – 27 September 1892) was an English born journalist and politician in Australia. NOTOC Early lifeCockburn Campbell was born in Exeter, the second son of Sir Alexander Thomas Cockburn… …   Wikipedia

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  • Cockburn-Campbell — /ˌkoʊbən ˈkæmbəl/ (say .kohbuhn kambuhl) noun Sir Thomas, 1845–92, Australian journalist and legislator, born in England; elected the first president of the Legislative Council in WA in 1890 …   Australian English dictionary

  • sir — /serr/, n. 1. a respectful or formal term of address used to a man: No, sir. 2. (cap.) the distinctive title of a knight or baronet: Sir Walter Scott. 3. (cap.) a title of respect for some notable personage of ancient times: Sir Pandarus of Troy …   Universalium

  • sir — (Voz inglesa.) ► sustantivo masculino Tratamiento honorífico empleado por los británicos. * * * sir (ingl.; pronunc. [ser]) m. *Tratamiento de respeto usado en Inglaterra delante de un nombre de hombre o para dirigirse a la persona de que se… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Cockburn (surname) — Cockburn, often (or usually) pronounced /ˈkoʊbərn/, is a Scottish surname that originated in the Borders region of the Scottish Lowlands. In the United States most members of the same family have adopted the simplified spelling Coburn . The… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Alexander Cockburn, 12th Baronet — The Right Honourable Sir Alexander Cockburn, Bt QC 1st Lord Chief Justice of England …   Wikipedia

  • Clan Campbell of Cawdor — Crest badge suitable to be worn by members of Clan Campbell of Cawdor. Clan Campbell of Cawdor is a highland Scottish clan. While the clan is recognised by the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, the clan does not have a clan chief recognised by …   Wikipedia

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