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  1. David Charles Carnegie, IV duque de Fife es un noble británico. Es el único hijo del fallecido III duque de Fife y su exesposa, Caroline Dewar. Fue titulado como conde de Macduff hasta 1992, y luego conde de Southesk hasta suceder a su padre el 22 de junio de 2015 como el cuarto duque de Fife. Como descendiente de Eduardo VII, ocupa un puesto en la línea de sucesión al trono británico. Es sobrino tercero de Isabel II.

  2. David Charles Carnegie, 4th Duke of Fife (born 3 March 1961) is a British peer and businessman. He is the only surviving son of the late James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife, and his former wife Caroline Dewar.

    • Charles Carnegie, Earl of Southesk, Lord George Carnegie, Lord Hugh Carnegie
    • 3 March 1961 (age 61), Marylebone, London, England
    • Overview
    • Early life
    • Gold prospecting
    • Exploration

    The Hon. David Wynford Carnegie was an explorer and gold prospector in Western Australia. In 1896 he led an expedition from Coolgardie through the Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts to Halls Creek, and then back again.

    David Carnegie was born in London on 23 March 1871, the youngest child of James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk. He was educated at Charterhouse in Godalming, Surrey but dropped out without graduating, and was thereafter educated by a private tutor. He later entered the Royal Indian Engineering College, but again dropped out without completing the c...

    On arriving in Albany, Western Australia in September 1892, Carnegie and Douglas learned of Arthur Bayley's discovery of gold at Coolgardie, and immediately decided to leave the ship and join the gold rush. Together, they prospected around Coolgardie for a number of months, with little success. Eventually, Douglas left the field to raise finances i...

    Carnegie invested his profits from the two mines in preparations for his major expedition; he proposed to travel almost 1,600 km from Coolgardie to Halls Creek. Much of the area through which he intended to travel was unexplored and unmapped, and Carnegie hoped to find good pastoral or gold-bearing land, and to make a name for himself as an explore...

  3. David Ludovic George Hopetoun Carnegie, XI conde de Northesk (Londres, 24 de septiembre de 1901–Binfield, 7 de noviembre de 1963), es un deportista británico que compitió en skeleton. Participó en los Juegos Olímpicos de Sankt Moritz 1928 , obteniendo la medalla de bronce en la prueba masculina individual.

    • David Ludovic George Hopetoun Carnegie
    • Londres, Reino Unido, 24 de septiembre de 1901
  4. David Carnegie (explorer) (1871–1900), son of 9th Earl, Scottish explorer and gold prospector in Western Australia; David Carnegie, Earl of Southesk (born 1961), son and heir of James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife and 12th Earl of Southesk; Northesk. David Carnegie, 2nd Earl of Northesk (before 1627–1679)

  5. porDavid Carnegie $309.59$428.66 Julius Caesaris possibly the play that opened The Globe theatre. Certainly it was one of the first to be performed there, using the acting resources of the company and the new stage space with dramatic confidence.

  6. Sir David Carnegie, 1st Earl of Southesk, 1st Baron Carnegie of Kinnaird, 1st Baron Carnegie, of Kinnaird and Leuchards (1575–1658) was a Scottish nobleman. He was a member of the Privy Council of Scotland and held the office of Lord of Session. He was created an earl in 1633.

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