(May 12, 1905 – December 31, 1998) was a botanist, author, and the seventh and longest serving president of the University of Oklahoma Levy, David W., "University of Oklahoma," Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture (accessed May 26, 2010). from 1943 to 1968. Cross oversaw the expansion and construction of numerous university buildings and helped lead the college through the 1960s protest period. Pittman, Kitty, Cross, George Lynn (1905-1998)," Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture (accessed May 26, 2010).
David Cross (born 8 December 1950) is an English former footballer who played as a striker. He scored 223 goals in 599 appearances in the Football League and the North American Soccer League. Cross was born in Heywood, Lancashire.
01.12.2011 [Birmingham Mail] - His parents, brother, sister, and partner yesterday travelled to Buckingham Palace to receive a George Medal, the third highest gallantry award given to civilians and military personnel behind the Victoria and GeorgeCross. Staff Sgt Linley, aged 29
29.11.2011 [Birmingham Mail] - Surviving holders of the Victoria Cross and GeorgeCross and members of the Royal Household will also be eligible for the Diamond Jubilee medal. "Worcestershire Medal Services were awarded a Royal Warrant in January 2008."
26.11.2011 [Yorkshire Post] - Other lots include a money-can't-buy bottle of House of Commons whisky signed by Prime Minister David Cameron, along with a rare framed poster of Gallantry Awards signed by four Victoria Cross and three GeorgeCross winners, celebrating 100 years of