Bannerman

Bannerman, name of Scottish origin (see Clan Bannerman) and may refer to

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Mairi's Wedding - Origins
... Bannerman was born in South Uist but left aged seven for Glasgow where he later joined the General Post Office (GPO) as a telegraph boy and rose to become general superintendent ... His son, John MacDonald Bannerman became a well known Gaelic broadcaster and singer, but better known as a rugby international (37 caps for Scotland Oxford Blue) and Liberal politician ... Bannerman on other songs destined to become internationally successful ...
Scott Bannerman
... Scott Bannerman (born 21 March 1979 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer currently playing for junior side Bathgate Thistle, who won the Scottish Junior Cup for the first time in season 2008-09 ... Bannerman's best season in senior football was when he was top goal scorer for Greenock Morton in season 2001-2002, in Peter Cormack's hastily put together squad that was relegated in ...
Sir Alexander Bannerman, 11th Baronet
... Major Sir Alexander Bannerman, 11th Baronet (16 December 1871 – 10 March 1934) was a pioneer British military aviator ... Bannerman was born in Brackley in Northamptonshire and educated at Wellington College ... He succeeded to the title of 11th Baronet Bannerman, of Elsick in Kincardineshire on the death of his father the 10th Baronet on 2 December 1901 ...
Bannerman, Edmonton - Surrounding Neighbourhoods
... Kirkness Fraser North Saskatchewan River Hairsine North Saskatchewan River Bannerman Belmont Kernohan North Saskatchewan River ...
Bannerman's Turaco
... Bannerman's Turaco (Tauraco bannermani) is a species of bird in the Musophagidae family ... In French it is known as touraco de Bannerman or touraco doré ... Its scientific and common names honor the ornithologist David Armitage Bannerman ...