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Lady Mary Scotland Duchess Stewart SRA

Birth:
16 May 1452 Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
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Death:
16 May 1488 1686009, Lanarkshire, Scotland
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Lady Mary Scotland Duchess Stewart SRA's Family Relations



Spouse
Sir James Hamilton Lord Hamilton
1423 – 6 Nov 1479

Children
Lady Elizabeth Loudoun HAMILTON
Mar 1477 – Apr 1531

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Blackford High School (1979), Hartford City, IN - Page 214

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McCoun, Dana, Fr.-109, 132 McDaniel, Robert, Fr.-109 McDaniel, Sherri, Sr.-73 McDonald, Bryan, Jr83, 87, 132, 133, 144, 145, 162, 163 McDonald, Debbie, So.-99, 125 McDonald, Donna, So99, 170 McDougall, Kevin, So.-99, 158, 162 McFarren, Cindy, Fr109, 134 McFarren, Laura. Jr87, 135 Mclntire, Casey, Fr.-53, 109, 124, 144, 160, 177, 187 Mclntire, Mark, Sr.-73 McJunkin. Rhonda, Fr.109 McKee, Debora, Sr.-73 McKee. Tina, Fr.49, 109 McVey, Linda, Jr.-87 McVey, Marie, So.-99 McVey, Tammie, Fr.-109 Maddox, Bryon, Sr.-8, 46, 73, 125, 129, 131, 132, 136, 144, 146, 152, 187 Maddox, Danny, Fr.109, 124, 187 Maddox, Dewayne, Fr.-109 Maddox, Diane, Jr-87, 136, 141 Maddox, Doug, Fr.-109 143, 144 187 Maddox, Gina, So.-99, 124, 138 Maddox, Laura, …

The Duluth Herald, Oct. 29, 1912 , No. 174 (Volume XXX) - Page 22

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Wednesday, THE DULUTH HERALD October 30, 1912 . WeatherRain or snow tonight and Thursday; slightly warmer. MAKES US THiftK WE ARE PRETTY CLOSE TO COLD WEATHER, DOESNT IT? Makes one think of Winter Clothes and especially a good warm Overcoat. Wouldnt it be policy to come in tomorrow and select an Oak Hall Overcoat and have it ready ? Weve a rare lot of Over- coats to show you and there are hundreds and hundreds of themcoats made up on the seasons most fashionable mod- elsloose fitting coats, form fitting coats, English guard coats with inverted plait in back and half-belted, big dou- ble-breasted coats and fur and fur-lined coats. Overcoat fabrics this season are certainly handsomebeau- tifully woven, a soft, warm fin- ish and some of the richest color effects imaginable. A description here could not do them justice and only by seeing them can you realize what pleasing fabrics they are and what thoroughly good and desirable coats they have n10.l0 IIlclUC. Our showing includes Over- coats at all these pricesvalues above the ordinary, every one. $12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00, $28.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00 and $50.00. OAK HALL BLD. LOANS ON DIAMONDS Wat*he*, to., $1.00 to *1.000. We chrge lowest rates In city. KEYSTONE LOAN CCMFAHY 22 West .Superior Street. The full sweet tone of our pianos never fails to hold the attention of an appreciative audience. We make a hobby of tonewhich, in reality, is the soul of a piano. Come in and hear any make of piano sold here and select the one whose tone pleases you best. Every piano sold with a guar- antee and on Easy Fayraents. Howard, Farweil & Co. Oldest Reliable Plano Dealers 120 East Superior Street WILBUR J. ALLEN, M^r. 203 WEST SUPERIOR …

Dictionary of National Biography (Volume 54) - Page 372

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Stewart 358 Stewart was indifferent alike to unpopularity or the reverse, Lis influence on the English history of the first, twenty years of the century wan greater even than it would ?ein to be on the surface. Ho wab always calm and un- rutlled, punctual in his work, accumulating no arrears. Ho was neither guilty of nepotism in his appoint ments nor of corrup- tion, though the expensas of his position ex- ceeded his official salary and appointments, and trenched on a private income never very large. He was religious and charitablc. a patron of letters, and one of the founders of the Dublin Gaelic Society : but his know- ledge outside his public work was, owing to bis exceedingly busy life, very scanty. His portrait was painted by Sir Thomas Lawrence, ami is engraved in the edition of his correspondence published in 1818, and there is also a half-length in the National Portrait Gallery. [The principal authority for Lord London- derry's life is his Correspondence, collected by his brother Charles, and published in twelve volumes in I848-A3, with a memoir. Sir Archibald Alison also had access to the family papers in preparing bis unduly laadatory LivfW of Ix>rd CasMsreagn and Sir Charles Stewart, 1861. For other information see Cornwallis's Carr&spondi'ticn ; llurgliersh's .Memoir of the War of …

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