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John Hamilton (“Ham”) Gillespie of the Royal Company of Archers, the sovereign’s bodyguard in Scotland.

James Hamilton (1589-1625) was a Scottish nobleman and 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, son of John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Hamilton and his wife Margaret Lyon. He has served since 1621, the office of Lord High Commissioner to the Parliament in Scotland and from 1624 to 1625 he was Lord Steward of the Household. At times, there was speculation about a marriage between James Hamilton and the Princess Elizabeth. The death of the Marquess to be rumored due to poisoning.

James Marquis was a Scottish nobleman and Marquess of Hamilton. There was speculation about a marriage between James Hamilton and the Princess Elizabeth

Hamilton family crest

Hamilton clan family crest rings for men plus more Hamilton crest jewelry items for your clan.

The Royal Crown

The Duke of Hamilton: Premier Peer of Scotland who raced cars and flew reconnaissance missions over Malaya - Obituaries - News - The Independent

The 10th Dukes Russian Ambassadorial throne & canopy, Hamilton Palace

LOST: Hamilton Palace, Scotland (demolished in The Ambassadorial Throne and Canopy.

John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, Governor of the Province of New York (1770-‘71) and Virginia (1771-‘75), Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1765. Detail

TARTAN: John Murray, Earl of Dunmore, Governor of the Province of New York and Virginia Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1765

James Hamilton, Duke of Châtellerault - Hamilton married in 1532, to the Lady Margaret Douglas, daughter of James Douglas, 3rd Earl of Morton, and Catherine Stewart, herself a natural daughter of James IV. His older half-brother James Hamilton of Finnart paid Morton 4000 marks as part of the marriage settlement.[8] They had the following issue: James Hamilton, 3rd Earl of Arran Lady Anne Hamilton – married George Gordon, 5th Earl of Huntly Lady Jean Hamilton – married Hugh Montgomerie, 3rd…

Armorial stone of the Duke and Margaret Hamilton, Kinneil House, in Renaissance style

Spread out in the Pentland Hills near Edinburgh, the garden at Little Sparta was created by artist and poet Ian Hamilton Finlay over decades, with his wife Sue. Simply put, It is one of the greatest works of art created in Scotland.

Little Sparta: The Garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay

"Goose Hut" made with wood and heather. Recently restored having belonged to Poet Ian Hamilton Finlay in Scotland

Alexander Hamilton | Community Post: 35 Bookplates Belonging To Famous People

35 Bookplates Belonging To Famous People

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