Sir John Gilmour

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Declaration Of Arbroath - Overview
... in 1305 and Bruce was excommunicated by the Pope for murdering John Comyn before the altar in Greyfriars Church in Dumfries in 1306 ... had to be given for the rejection of King John in whose name William Wallace and Andrew de Moray had rebelled in 1297 ... able to defend Scotland from English aggression whereas, by implication, King John could not ...
November 29 - Events
... – Colorado volunteers led by Colonel John Chivington massacre at least 150 Cheyenne and Arapaho noncombatants inside Colorado Territory ... General John Bell Hood is angered, which leads to the Battle of Franklin ... the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of President John F ...
February 24 - Deaths
1637) 1721 – John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, English statesman and poet (b. 1765) 1824 – Sir Albemarle Bertie, 1st Baronet, Royal Navy admiral (b. 1860) 1927 – Sir Edward Marshall Hall, English barrister (b ...
Gettysburg Address - Five Manuscripts
... gave a copy to each of his private secretaries, John Nicolay and John Hay ... After appearing in facsimile in an article written by John Nicolay in 1894, the Nicolay copy was presumably among the papers passed to Hay by Nicolay's daughter Helen upon Nicolay's death in 1901 ... handwritten copy of the Gettysburg Address among the bound papers of John Hay—a copy now known as the "Hay copy" or "Hay draft." The Hay draft differed from the version of the ...
Sir John Gilmour, 4th Baronet - Titles and Honours - Honorary Military Appointments
... Queen's Own Yeomanry Baronetage of the United Kingdom Preceded by John Gilmour Baronet (of Lundin) 2007–2013 Succeeded by Nicholas Gilmour ...

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