Ron Climie (born March 4, 1950 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player
Jock Climie is a retired Canadian Football League player. Born 26 Sep, 1968 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Robert Climie (1868 – 3 October 1929) was a Scottish trade unionist and UK politician and member of Parliament
Singer, songwriter, producer. One part of the band Climie Fisher, who earned chart success with Love Changes Everything, and Rise to The Occasion.
Writer, and Magazine editor (UK Mad and Cracked). Father of Simon Climie.
Not so famous owner of this website. From Glasgow, Scotland.
Matt Scott Climie, born Feb 11, 1983, Canada, is an ice hockey goaltender - for the Vancouver Canucks organization of the National Hockey League (NHL) as of July 2011. This website contacted Matt Climie in 2009 for some info, and he kindly got back with an update on his career, and wished the site all the best. Good luck to you Matt!
Henry Westcott Climie came to New Zealand from England in 1875. He worked as a surveyor in the Wellington area and in the Manawatu as did his brother James Climie and father Daniel Climie, an engineer who had previously worked on railways in Britain.Mount Climie was surveyed and named by one of them.
Sister of Simon, and daughter of David Clime, Lisa starred in The Bill & Bergerac on UK TV in late 80s, early 90s.
(1885-1917)Staff Nurse at St Omer, France, during WW1. During a raid Agnes had gone to her ward to calm her patients. She was singing to one of them when she was killed. Agnes is buried in Grave VI. B. 1, Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, France
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Bishop A. Dale Climie serves as the Archbishop of the Western Province for the Conservative Anglican Church of North America. His archdiocese includes Asia and the Military diocese. May the Lord bless our clan. PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR DETAILS TO BE ADDED TO "FEATURED CLIMIE" THANKS!
John Campbell Climie (1828–1916) was a Scottish-born engineer who worked in Australia and New Zealand. He designed and supervised construction of the Darebin Creek Bridge on the Heidelberg Road in 1863-4 and prepared the design for the 1869 stone arch bridge over Deep Creek Bulla.