Sir James Carnegie

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James Carnegie, 9th Earl Of Southesk
... James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk KT (16 November 1827 – 21 February 1905), known as Sir James Carnegie of Kinnaird and of Pitcarrow, Bt and de jure Earl of Southesk from 1849 to 1855 ... Born in Edinburgh, Southesk was the son of Sir James Carnegie, 5th Baronet and Charlotte Lysons ... On his father's side he descended from David Carnegie, son of Hon ...
Earl Of Southesk - Carnegie Baronets, of Pittarrow (1663)
... Sir David Carnegie, 1st Baronet (born before 1674–1708) Sir John Carnegie, 2nd Baronet (1673–1729) Sir James Carnegie, 3rd Baronet (c. 1715–1765) (de jure 6th Earl of Southesk) Sir David Carnegie, 4th Baronet (1753–1805) (de jure 7th Earl of Southesk) Sir James Carnegie, 5th Baronet (1799–1849) (de jure 8th Earl of Southesk) Sir James ...
Sir James Carnegie, 3rd Baronet - Family
... On 5 July 1752, he married Christian Doig, eldest daughter of David Doig, and by her had two daughters and four sons ... Carnegie died and was buried at Stamford, Lincolnshire ...
JHK
... multiple meanings, as described below James Herbert Keenan, more famously known as Maynard James Keenan, singer of bands Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer John Harvey Kellogg ...
James - Other
... Epistle of James, part of the New Testament James Cycle Co, a British cycle and motorcycle manufacturer ...

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    I would as soon leave my son a curse as the almighty dollar.
    —Andrew Carnegie (1835–1919)

    ‘Shall we fight or shall we fly?
    Good Sir Richard, tell us now,
    For to fight is but to die!
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    Where liberty dwells there is my country.
    —Anonymous. Latin phrase.

    Adopted as a motto by U.S. patriot and orator James Otis (1725-1783)