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Avaitors

There are thirty-three Avaitors called George.

  • George McGovern

    George McGovern is an Avaitor... (extract from the wikipedia article on George McGovern)

  • George Cayley

    George Cayley is an Avaitor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Cayley)

  • George Bolt

    George Bruce Bolt OBE (born 24 May, 1893 in Dunedin, died 27 July, 1963 in Auckland)Dictionary of New Zealand Biography: George Bruce Bolt was a pioneering New Zealand aviator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Bolt)

  • George Lincoln Rockwell

    George Lincoln Rockwell is an Avaitor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Lincoln Rockwell)

  • William George Barker

    William George Barker VC, DSO & Bar, MC & Two Bars (3 November 1894 – 12 March 1930) was a Canadian First World War fighter ace and Victoria Cross recipient.... (extract from the wikipedia article on William George Barker)

  • George Hubert Wilkins

    George Hubert Wilkins is an Avaitor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Hubert Wilkins)

  • George W. Bush

    George W. Bush is an Avaitor... ( from the wikipedia article on George W. Bush)

  • George J. Trautman, III

    Lieutenant General George J. Trautman III (USMC) is the Deputy Commandant for Aviation of the United States Marine Corps.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George J. Trautman, III)

  • George McElroy

    Captain George Edward Henry McElroy MC and Two Bars, DFC and Bar (14 May 1893 - 31 July 1918) was a leading ace fighter pilot of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force during World War I. He was credited with 47 aerial victories.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George McElroy)

  • George Dominic Murray

    George Dominic Murray (July 6, 1889–June 18, 1956) was an American navy admiral and early naval aviator.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Dominic Murray)

  • George Noel Keith

    George Noel Keith, DFC (1921 - 1943) was a war pilot during World War II. He enlisted at the age of 19 in the Royal Canadian Air Force.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Noel Keith)

  • George Bulman (pilot)

    Group Captain Paul Ward Spencer Bulman CBE, MC, AFC and Bar (1896 - 6 May 1963), universally known as George Bulman, was a pilot whose flying life spanned thirty years (1915-1945).... ( from the wikipedia article on George Bulman (pilot))

  • George Paine (civil servant)

    George Paine (civil servant) is an Avaitor... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Paine (civil servant))

  • J. George Mikelsons

    Juris George Mikelsons is a former airline executive and airline pilot in the United States and the founder of ATA Airlines. He was born in Riga, Latvia, in 1938 on the eve of World War II.... ( from the wikipedia article on J. George Mikelsons)

  • Thomas George Lanphier, Sr.

    Thomas George Lanphier, Sr., was a Major in the US Army, and was Commanding Officer of Selfridge Field in Michigan from late 1924 to early 1926.... ( from the wikipedia article on Thomas George Lanphier, Sr.)

  • Oliver George Simmons

    Oliver George Simmons (July 14, 1878 – April 9, 1948) was a pioneering aviator with the Wright brothers.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Oliver George Simmons)

  • George B. Moffat, Jr.

    George B. Moffat, Jr is an author, twice world champion glider pilot, and a member of the U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George B. Moffat, Jr.)

  • George L. Brown

    George L. Brown is an Avaitor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George L. Brown)

  • Gus George Bebas

    Gus George Bebas, born on 24 February 1914 in Chicago, Illinois, received his commission as an ensign in the U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gus George Bebas)

  • George Stainforth

    George Stainforth is an Avaitor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Stainforth)

  • George Jones (RAAF officer)

    George Jones (RAAF officer) is an Avaitor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Jones (RAAF officer))

  • George Arthur Welsh

    George Arthur "Art" Welsh DSO & Bar (28 July 1896 – 16 February 1965) was a Canadian flying ace, farmer and political figure. He represented Muskoka—Ontario in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Progressive Conservative member from 1945 to 1955.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Arthur Welsh)

  • George J. Dufek

    George John Dufek (10 February 1903, Rockford, Illinois - 10 February 1977, Bethesda, Maryland) was an American naval officer, naval aviator, and Arctic expert. He served in World War II and the Korean War and in the 1940s and 1950s spent much of his career in the Antarctic, first with Admiral Byrd and later as supervisor of U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George J. Dufek)

  • Frederick George Miles

    Frederick George Miles (1903-1976) was an English aircraft designer and manufacturer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Frederick George Miles)

  • Frank George Seyfang

    Frank George Seyfang is an Avaitor... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Frank George Seyfang)

  • George Calnan

    George Charles Calnan (January 18, 1900 – April 4, 1933) was a United States Navy officer who also competed for the United States as a fencer. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he earned three bronze medals (Indivudual épée: 1928, Team foil: 1932, Team épée: 1932)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Calnan)

  • George Chisholm MacKay

    George Chisholm MacKay DFC (17 May 1898 – 4 September 1973) was a Canadian First World War flying ace, officially credited with 18 victories.www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Chisholm MacKay)

  • George Allison Whiteman

    2nd Lt. George Allison Whiteman (born October 12, 1919 in Pettis County, Missouri, died December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii) was an American military aviator, and was one of the first American military deaths in World War II.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Allison Whiteman)

  • Harold L. George

    Harold L. George is an Avaitor... ( from the wikipedia article on Harold L. George)

  • George R. Howsam

    George Robert Howsam MC (29 January 1895 –16 April 1988) was a Canadian First World War flying ace, officially credited with 13 victories.http://www.... ( from the wikipedia article on George R. Howsam)

  • George Thomson (RAF officer)

    Canadian airmen were required to complete an Attestation Paper in which they declared an oath of allegiance to King George the Fifth and agreed to serve in any arm of the service for the duration of the war between Great Britain and Germany. aerodrome.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Thomson (RAF officer))

  • George William Beatty

    George William Beatty (August 28, 1887 - February 20, 1955) was a pioneer aviator who set early altitude and distance records, including one record set on the same day that he flew his first solo flight.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George William Beatty)

  • George Hyde (aviator)

    George Hyde (aviator) is an Avaitor... ( from the wikipedia article on George Hyde (aviator))

George

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Farmer

Origin: Greek

Lucky Number: Seven

Popularity: Position 4 in 1911, currently decreasing

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