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  1. John of Islay (or John MacDonald) (1434–1503), Earl of Ross, fourth (and last) Lord of the Isles, and Mac Domhnaill (chief of Clan Donald), was a pivotal figure in late medieval Scotland: specifically in the struggle for power with James Stewart, James III of Scotland, in the remoter formerly Norse-dominated regions of the kingdom.

  2. Subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany; created Duke of York in England in 1605; also Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and Duke of Rothesay from 1612 Marquess of Wigtown: 2 May 1602: Stewart Extinct 27 May 1602: Subsidiary title of the Duke of Kintyre and Lorne: Marquess of Douglas: 14 June 1633: Douglas Extant

  3. Paul McCartney; Paul McCartney nel novembre 2021 ; Nazionalità Regno Unito Genere: Rock Pop: Periodo di attività musicale: 1957 – in attività: Strumento: voce ...

  4. Typescript record of the family compiled 1894-1895 by Robert Balmain. BALVAIRD see JOHNSTON 9. BANKHEAD WIG.AYR.USA 1721-1970 C 3 pages. BANNERMAN NZ. 1853 C 2 pages. BANNERMAN see BLACKBURN. BANNINGAN LKS.IRL.DNB. 1844-c.1900 14 pages OPR extracts and census material. Also mentioned BENNIE

  5. La guerre orangiste en Irlande est le premier des conflits liés aux tentatives de Jacques II pour reconquérir son trône. Elle oppose les jacobites et catholiques irlandais alliés au royaume de France à Guillaume III d'Angleterre, appuyé par les Provinces-Unies, à la tête d'une armée composée d'Anglais, d'Écossais, de Hollandais, de huguenots français, de Danois, de Norvégiens et d ...

  6. The Massacre of Glencoe (Scottish Gaelic: Murt Ghlinne Comhann) took place in Glen Coe in the Highlands of Scotland on 13 February 1692. An estimated 30 members and associates of Clan MacDonald of Glencoe were killed by Scottish government forces, allegedly for failing to pledge allegiance to the new monarchs, William III and Mary II.

  7. Imposing remains of 15th century tower house with later additions. Originally the property of the Clan Stuart, it passed by marriage to Colin Campbell, who had the name changed to Castle Campbell by an Act of Parliament in 1489. Restricted opening times and entrance charges apply. Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire Owned by: National Trust for Scotland