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1874 – Born on the 27th of April in London. 1894 – Educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford but he stopped and not finished his studies there. 1896 – Joined the diplomatic service and was stationed at Vienna, Cairo, in Abysinia, and at Paris and Buenos Aires. 1905 – Married Lady Ethel Keith-Falconer. 1912 ..

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1871 – Born on the 28th of September in Grazzano Monferrato. 1890 – Graduated from military academy. 1895-1898 – Served his first campaign in Africa. 1906 – Attached to the general staff in Rome as a captain. 1911-1912 – Gained battlefield promotion to major in the Libyan campaign he became a lieutenant colonel of the ..

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1781 – Born on the 23rd of September in Blithfield Hall, England. He was the descended from aristocratic English families.  1801 – Admitted to Lincoln’s Inn but, disliking law, he abandoned his studies within a year. He took his MA at Oxford. 1806 – He married Mary Charlotte Anne Wellesley-Pole. 1807 – Bagot took a ..

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1773 – Born on January 14th in Bath, Somerset, England. The son of Lieutenant-General William Amherst and nephew and heir to Lord Jeffery Amherst, self-styled first governor general of British North America. 1797 – Amherst inherited the baronial title of his uncle Jeffrey Amherst. 1809-1811 – Served as British envoy at the court of Naples. ..

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1891 – Alexander was born in London, United Kingdom on December 10, 1891. 1910 – Attended Harrow School and Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. 1911 – Joined the Irish Guards. 1914 – He was part of the original British Expeditionary Force with a rank of lieutenant and platoon commander. 1915 – Received the Military Cross Award ..

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1922 – Alexander was born in Toronto, Canada on the 21st of January. 1940 – Joined the Royal Canadian Air Force during the World War II. 1963 –  1979 was a partner in an Hamiilton , Ontario Law Firm  1965 was appointed as Queen’s councel after having studied at McMaster University (Hamiilton, Ontario) and Osgoode ..

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1847 – Hamilton-Gordon was born on August 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, the third son of the 5th Earl of Aberdeen. 1870 – Following his education at St Andrews and Oxford, he succeeded on his eldest brother’s death to the Earldom, assuming his seat in the House of Lords, where he was a close friend and ..

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