Milner may refer to:

  • Milner, Georgia, United States
  • Milner, British Columbia, Canada
  • Milner Baronets, English peerage

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Milner - People With The Surname
... Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner (1854–1925), British colonial administrator Andy Milner (born 1967), English footballer Brenda Milner (born 1918 ... Milner (1889–1975), Canadian lawyer and businessman James Milner (disambiguation), several people named James Milner Jean-Claude Milner (born 1941), French ...
Sharin Milner
... Sharin Milner (born 27 July 1980 in Melbourne) is an Australian professional basketball player, most recently playing for the Bulleen Boomers in the Women's National Basketball League ... Milner is 162 centimetres tall and plays as a guard ...
Milners Of Leyburn
... Milners of Leyburn, also known as C Milner Sons, is a small family run department store in the market town of Leyburn, Wensleydale, England ... The business was started in 1882 by Christopher Milner, hence the C in the name, with a shop in Hawes, and is now in its fifth generation in the family following ... The first programme in the series, on Milners, was filmed by the BBC from September 2007 to April 2008 ...
Anthony Milner (historian)
... Professor Anthony Milner is an Australian historian of Southeast Asia and a commentator on Australia-Asia relationships ... Currently, Anthony Milner is Basham Professor of Asian History at the Australian National University and Professorial Fellow at Asialink, The University of Melbourne ... Anthony Milner has been concerned with the historical and cultural processes that shape the Asian region, and influence Australia’s opportunities and security ...
St. Mark Passion (Wood) - History
... Sometime during Eastertide 1920, the Revd Dr Eric Milner-White, recovering in the Cambridge Nursing Home after an appendicitis operation, wrote a letter to Charles Wood, asking for him to. 1887) had been regularly performed during Passiontide in Anglican Churches in England, and Milner-White was anxious to provide an alternative to the popular ... Milner-White's ideas for a Passion cantata based on the Gospel of Mark divide the Passion into its five traditional parts, termed "Lessons" the Last Supper, Gethsemane and Betrayal, the Jewish ...