Ginsberg

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Ginsberg, Ginsburg, Gensburg, Ginsburgh, Ginsparg, Ginzberg, Ginzborg, and Ginzburg are variants of the same surname.

Ginsburg[edit]

  • Chad I. Ginsburg (born 1972), lead guitarist and mixer/producer of the modern rock band CKY
  • Charles Ginsburg (1920-1992), leader of a research team that developed one of the first practical videotape recorders
  • Charlotte Lucy Ginsburg, best known as Charlotte Gainsbourg (born 1971), English-French actress and singer-songwriter, daughter of Serge Gainsbourg
  • Christian David Ginsburg (1831–1914), Polish-UK Hebrew language scholar
  • Douglas H. Ginsburg (born 1946), Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
  • James Steven Ginsburg (born 1965), American classical music producer
  • Lucien Ginsburg, best known as Serge Gainsbourg (1929-1991), French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director
  • Moe Ginsburg, birth name of Mark Gayn (1902-1981), Russia-born American left-wing journalist
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg (born 1933), American jurist and United States Supreme Court justice
  • Saul Moiseyevich Ginsburg (1866-1940), Russian author and historian
  • Seymour Ginsburg (1927–2004), computer science pioneer of automata, formal language, and database theories
  • William H. Ginsburg (1943-2013), American lawyer
  • Solomon L. Ginsburg, (1860–1926) Southern Baptist Missionary in Brazil. Autobiography: "A Wandering Jew in Brazil"

Ginsburgh[edit]

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Ginzberg[edit]

  • Rabbi Louis Ginzberg (1873-1953), one of the outstanding Talmud scholars of the twentieth century.

Ginzborg[edit]

Ginsborg[edit]

Ginzburg[edit]

Ginsparg[edit]

  • Paul Ginsparg, physicist, founder of the first-ever online scientific papers repository, arXiv.org

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