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William Carnegie

Locality: London, United Kingdom
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Andrew Carnegie

The family had a long radical tradition and his father, William Carnegie, was an active Chartist. His material grandfather, Thomas Morrison, had worked ...

William Carnegie

Leading Fireman William Carnegie fell from a roof at a fire in Dundee on Thursday June 14th and died on Sunday July 8th 1962. Crowd sees fireman crash from roof

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Born: 10th Apr 1758: Baptised: Died: 28th May 1831: Buried: Family:

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Andrew Carnegie

Peace Palace Library ... Andrew Carnegie was born on 25 November 1835 in Dunfermline, Scotland.His father William Carnegie was a handloom weaver, for whom the arrival of the ...

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National Museums of Scotland - Decorations, of Admiral Sir William ...

Decorations, of Admiral Sir William Carnegie. These decorations were awarded to Admiral Sir William Carnegie, Earl of Northesk, in between 1805 and 1816 for his achievements during ...

Janus: Brown, William Carnegie (fl 1882-1903)

Personal Names contains: <-- See earlier; Brown, Sir John McLeavy (1835-1926) Knight, commissioner of customs: Brown, Sir Mervyn (b 1923) Knight, diplomat

William Carnegie, Earl of Northesk G C B

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William Carnegie, 1880. Originally published before the turn of the century, this extremely rare book has been reprinted in a high-quality hardback edition by Read Country Books