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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORDON, John (c.1655-1730), of Aberdeen

    GORDON, John (c.1655-1730), of Aberdeen Constituency Dates Aberdeen Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held Burgess, Elgin 1682, Old Aberdeen 1719; councillor, Aberdeen, 1705–9, 1714–15, Apr. 1716–19, provost, Aberdeen 1706–8, 1717–18. Biography A substantial Aberdeen merchant, from a local commercial dynasty descended

    FERGUSON, James (1735-1820), of Pitfour, Aberdeen.

    (1735-1820), of Pitfour, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Banffshire 22 Jan. 1789 1790 Aberdeenshire 1790 6 Sept. 1820 Biography Ferguson’s father, a distinguished lawyer, purchased in 1764 part of Earl Marischal’s estates and thus acquired a major interest in Banffshire and Aberdeenshire.

    LIVINGSTON, William (b. c.1650), of Aberdeen and London

    LIVINGSTON, William (b. c.1650), of Aberdeen and London Constituency Dates Aberdeen Burghs 8 Feb 1711 1713 Ofifces Held Burgess, Aberdeen 1673, treasurer by 1679–aft. 1686. Ofifces Held Sub-collector and surveyor of customs, Aberdeen by 1681. Biography Descended from the Livingston

    MAITLAND, Charles (c.1708-51), of Pittrichie, Aberdeen.

    (c.1708-51), of Pittrichie, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Aberdeen Burghs 30 Apr. 1748 16 Feb 1751 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Edinburgh 1747-8. Biography On 23 July 1747 the Duke of Argyll reported to Henry Pelham that at the election for Aberdeen BurghsMr. Maitland,

    MIDDLETON, John (1678-1739), of Seaton and Fettercairn, Aberdeen.

    MIDDLETON, John (1678-1739), of Seaton and Fettercairn, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates Aberdeen Burghs 1713 181715 Aberdeen Burghs 22 July 1715 181722 Aberdeen Burghs 25 Oct. 1722 4 May 1739 Ofifces Held Capt. 3 Ft. 1709; lt.-col. 25 Ft. 1711-17; brevet col.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to Volumes I and III

    230, lines 24-25, delete ', the Royal Engineers' at Brompton ,' 249, line 2 from end, for 'Aberbeen' read ' Aberdeen ' 250, line 23, for 'Dodderidge's' read 'Doddridge's' 262, line 2 from end, for ' Enfield .' read '

    Great Stanmore Church

    cost of £7,855, of which £3,000 was raised by a church-rate and a similar sum given by the earl of Aberdeen and his son, the Hon. Douglas Gordon , who was rector from 1848 until 1857. Henry Clutton , the

    Schools Harrow School Harrow School

    Harrow , 96-98. Laborde, Harrow Sch . 65-66, 176-7; Harrow School -A Brief History , 5. Goderich, Perceval, Peel , Aberdeen , Palmerston, Baldwin , Churchill . Baldwin , determined that his government should be one 'of which Harrow should

    The later middle ages City and citizens

    century, too, despite severe legislation directed against them, 5 there was a fairly steady trickle of Scots, including one from Aberdeen and an Irishman who had lived for ten years in Scotland ; 6 there had been Irish immigrants, too,

    Islington Roman Catholicism

    World War. The Old Roman Catholic Church, founded in England in 1908 , established their British headquarters at no. 16 Aberdeen Road , where they opened a chapel in 1952 . 66 They moved to no. 23 Drayton Park c

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