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|Matt Aitken||Matthew James Aitken (born 25 August 1956 in Coventry, England), is a British songwriter and record producer, brought up in Astley, Greater Manchester, best known as the creative force behind the 1980s songwriting/production trio Stock Aitken Waterman.|
|Bill Aitken||Bill Aitken (15 April, 1947, Glasgow) is a Conservative member of the Scottish Parliament for Glasgow.|
|Robert Hope Moncrieff Aitken||Colonel Robert Hope Moncrieff Aitken VC CB (14 April 1828 ? 18 September 1887) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.|
|Robert Baker Aitken||Robert Baker Aitken Roshi (born June 19, 1917) is a Zen teacher practicing in the Harada-Yasutani lineage living in retirement in O'ahu, Hawaii since 1996.|
|Robert Aitken||Robert Aitken, CM (born August 28, 1939) is a Canadian composer and flautist.|
|Roy Aitken||Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (born 24 November 1958) is a former footballer who went on to become a coach with Leeds United and Aston Villa.|
|Jim Aitken||Jim Aitken (born 22 November 1947 in Penicuik) is a British businessman and former Scotland international rugby union player.|
|Kate Aitken||Kate Aitken (1891 ? December 11, 1971) was a Canadian radio and television broadcaster in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.|
|Robert Aitken||Robert Aitken (1734?1802) was a Philadelphia printer and the first to publish an English language Bible in the newly formed United States.|
|William McKay Aitken||William McKay Aitken (Bill Aitken) is a Scottish born, naturalized Indian travel writer.|
|Johnathan Aitken||Johnathan James Aitken (born May 24, 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman.|
|Brad Aitken||Bradley E.|
|Charlie Aitken||Charles "Charlie" Alexander Aitken (born 5 January 1942 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a former Scottish footballer.|
|James Macrae Aitken||James Macrae Aitken (27 October 1908, Calderbank, Lanarkshire, Scotland ? 3 December 1983) was a Scottish chess player.|
|Robert Ingersoll Aitken||Robert Ingersoll Aitken (May 8, 1878 ? January 3, 1949) was an American sculptor.|
|Adam Jack Aitken||Adam Jack Aitken (1921?1998) was a Scottish lexicographer.|
|George B. Aitken||George B.|
|Andy Aitken||Andrew "Andy" Robert Aitken (born 2 February 1978, in Dumfries) is a Scottish professional footballer who is currently playing for Ayr United following his release from Scottish First Division side Queen of the South.|
|Chris Aitken||Chris Aitken (born September 21, 1979 in Glasgow) is a Scottish footballer currently playing for Scottish First Division side Ayr United.|
|James Aitken||James Aitken (died 1687) was a 17th century Scottish prelate.|
|Robert Aitken||Sir Robert Aitken (16 April 1901 ? 10 April 1997) was a physician and university administrator from New Zealand.|
|George Aitken||George Aitken (1 January 1885 - ?) born in Edinburgh, Scotland, was Scottish football manager, most well known for his time with Italian club Juventus.|
|Peter Aitken||Peter Gerald Aitken (born 30 June 30 1954 in Penarth, Glamorgan, Wales) is an Welsh former footballer.|
|Robert P. Aitken||Robert P.|
|Webster Aitken||Webster Aitken (June 17, 1908, Los Angeles, California ? May 11, 1981, Santa Fe, New Mexico) was an American pianist.|
|George Aitken||George Beairsto.|
|George Aitken||George Aitken (1925 ? 2003) was a Scottish international football player, who played for clubs including East Fife and Sunderland.|
|William Aubrey Aitken||William Aubrey Aitken (1911 - 1985) was the second Bishop of Lynn from 1972 until 1986.|
|Charles Aitken||Charles Aitken CB (12 September 1869 ? 9 August 1936) was a British art administrator and was the third Keeper of the Tate Gallery (1911?1917) and the first Director (1917?1930).|
|John Aitken||John Aitken (born 1870 - "unknown") was a Scottish footballer.|
|Stephen Aitken||Stephen Aitken (born September 25 1976 in Glasgow) is a Scottish footballer who currently plays for Stranraer in the Scottish Football League Third Division.|
|William Aitken||William John Aitken (2 February 1894 ? 9 August 1973) was a Scottish footballer.|
|Brett Aitken||Brett Aitken (born in Adelaide on January 25, 1971) is an Olympic cyclist from Australia.|
|Ralph Aitken||Ralph Aitken (1863 ? 1928) was a Scottish international football player, who played for Dumbarton, Newcastle West End and Scotland.|
|Andy Aitken||Andy Aitken (1934?2005) was a Scottish association football player, who played for Cliftonville, Hibernian, West Bromwich Albion, Falkirk, Raith Rovers and Gala Fairydean.|