Gimson may refer to:

  • Alfred C. Gimson (1917–1985), English phonetician
  • Andrew Gimson, British political journalist and writer
  • Ernest Gimson (1864–1919), English furniture designer and architect
  • Franklin Charles Gimson, KCMG, KStJ, (1890–1975), British colonial administrator in Ceylon, Hong Kong and Singapore
  • Robert Gimson, former American football running back
  • Samson Gimson (born 1964), Singaporean professional golfer

Other articles related to "gimson":

Alfred Hoare Powell - Architectural Works
... College, Cambridge and projects with other members of the Gimson school at Pinbury Park and Rodmarton Manor, near Sapperton, and Bedales School in Hampshire ... Arts and Crafts features and original fittings, including some Gimson works ... edited the memorial volume to his friend Ernest Gimson, Ernest Gimson his life and work (1924), with contributions by William Richard Lethaby and F.L ...
Received Pronunciation - Usage
... tried to distinguish between different sub-varieties A.C.Gimson in earlier editions of his book proposed Conservative, General, and Advanced Conservative ... Gimson 2008) use General, Refined and Regional ... "mainstream RP" and "U-RP" he suggests that Gimson's categories of Conservative and Advanced RP referred to the U-RP of the old and young respectively ...
Andrew Gimson
... Andrew Gimson is a British political journalist and writer ... Gimson formerly wrote the parliamentary sketch for The Daily Telegraph and has written a book about Boris Johnson and a book entitled Desired Effect ... Gimson is a former pupil of Uppingham School where he attended West Bank house ...
Leicester Secular Society - History
... members although the Leicester engineer and councillor Josiah Gimson was the main benefactor ... It was Gimson who chose the young and innovative architect, W Larner Sugden, and who engaged the sculptor Ambrose Louis Vago for the five busts on the front of the building ... After Gimson's death in 1883, one of his sons, Sidney Gimson, became the mainstay of the society until shortly before his death in 1938 ...