Mccrae

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Mc Crae House - History
... This small limestone cottage, built in 1858, was owned by the McCrae family from 1870 to 1873 ... John McCrae Birthplace Society and began to raise money for its restoration ... Sites and Monuments Board designated both John McCrae as a person of national significance, and the house as a place of national significance ...
Mc Crae House
80°14′42.1″W / 43.536028°N 80.245028°W / 43.536028 -80.245028 McCrae House Established 1966 Location Guelph, Ontario Canada Website guelpharts.c ...
James Mc Crae (footballer) - Career - Playing Career
... Born in Bridge of Weir, McCrae signed professional forms with Clyde in 1912, but his playing career was interrupted by the First World War ... During the War, McCrae joined the Grenadier Guards, playing for their football team, as well as guesting for Clyde, Rangers, and West Ham United ... McCrae joined West Ham United permanently in June 1919, playing in their first ever League game ...
John Mc Crae Secondary School
... John McCrae Secondary School is a public secondary school in Nepean, Ontario, Canada ... John McCrae is attached to the Walter Baker Sports Center ... The school is named for Lieutenant Colonel John Alexander McCrae, MD, a Canadian poet and doctor during World War I who wrote the famous war memorial poem "In Flanders Fields" ...
William Mc Crae
... William McCrae was a farmer and political figure in Upper Canada ... He was the son of Thomas McCrae, who settled in Raleigh Township ... McCrae also owned a farm in that township ...

Famous quotes containing the word mccrae:

    We are the Dead. Short days ago
    We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
    Loved and were loved, and now we lie
    In Flanders fields.
    —John McCrae (1872–1918)

    In Flanders fields the poppies blow
    Between the crosses, row on row,
    —John McCrae (1872–1918)