James Hamilton

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Sir Hamilton
... Sir Hamilton can refer to Bill Hamilton (engineer), New Zealander who developed the modern jetboat ... Sir Charles Hamilton, 3rd Baronet, British army officer ... Sir Edward Hamilton, 1st Baronet, Royal Navy admiral Edward Walter Hamilton, political diarist ...
Mary Stewart, Countess Of Arran - Marriages and Issue
... In 1469, Thomas was sent to escort King James's future consort Princess Margaret from Denmark to Scotland during his absence the king became alienated from ... Upon her arrival in Scotland, King James detained her in custody in Dean Castle at Kilmarnock until her marriage was annulled ... James Boyd, 2nd Lord Boyd of Kilmarnock (1469–1484) In early 1474, Mary married secondly as his second wife, James Hamilton, 1st Lord Hamilton, who was almost forty years her senior ...
James Hamilton (bishop Of Galloway)
... James Hamilton (1610–1674), bishop of Galloway, was the second son of Sir James Hamilton of Broomhill, by Margaret, daughter of William Hamilton of Udston and ... he supported the "Engagement", and was urged by his kinsman the Duke of Hamilton to accept a chaplaincy in the army raised for the rescue of the king ... to be good authority for the statement that Sir James Turner, the officer in command, "was obliged to go beyond his instructions to satisfy the bishop" ...
Anne Hamilton, Countess Of Huntly - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Anne Hamilton, Countess of Huntly James Hamilton of Cadzow, 5th Laird of Cadzow James Hamilton, 1st Lord Hamilton Janet Livingston James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran James ...

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