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  1. James Abercrombie, Abercrombie also spelled Abercromby, (born 1706, Glassaugh, Banffshire, Scot.—died April 23/28, 1781, Stirling, Stirlingshire), British general in the French and Indian Wars, commander of the British forces in the failed attack on the French at Ticonderoga. A lieutenant colonel of the Royal Scots early in his military career, Abercrombie was promoted to colonel in 1746 and ...

  2. British officer. Brother of Ralph and Robert Abercrombie, he served with the Royal Highlanders in America, where he became experienced in forest warfare. He was aide-de-camp to his uncle, James Abercromby, and was later on Jeffery Amherst's staff. He reached the rank of lieutenant colonel in 1770. Abercrombie died on 28 June 1775 of wounds ...

  3. James Abercromby o Abercrombie (1706-1781) fue un general escocés que participó en la Guerra Franco-india. Su principal actuación en la guerra fue en la Batalla de Carillon, un gran fracaso británico. Biografía . Nació en Escocia en una familia adinerada. Entró en el ejército en 1742 y fue ascendido a coronel en 1746.

  4. ABERCROMBY, JAMES, army officer; b. 1706 in Banffshire (now part of Grampian), Scotland, son of Alexander Abercromby and Helen Meldrum; m. Mary Duff, and they had one daughter; d. 23 April 1781 at Glassaugh, Banffshire. James Abercromby started his military career at the age of 11 by entering the 25th Foot as an ensign.

  5. ABERCROMBIE (Abercromby), JAMES, army officer; b. 1732, probably in Scotland; d. 23 June 1775 at Boston, Mass. James Abercrombie’s family origins are uncertain but he may have been a relative of James Abercromby. On 11 June 1744 he was made lieutenant in the 1st Foot, which served in Flanders during the War of the Austrian Succession and in ...

  6. General James Abercromby was a British officer. He was the commander-in-chief of forces in North America during the French and Indian War.

  7. Sir James Abercromby de Birkenbog, segundo baronet (c. 1670 - 20 de septiembre de 1734) fue un baronet y político escocés. Era el hijo mayor de Sir Alexander Abercromby, primer baronet y su tercera esposa Elizabeth Baird, hija de Sir James Baird. Abercromby sucedió a su padre como baronet en 1684.

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