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  History of Scotland - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
In 1320 a remonstrance to the Pope from the nobles of Scotland (the Declaration of Arbroath) finally convinced Pope John XXII to overturn the earlier excommunication and nullify the various acts of submission by Scottish kings to English ones so that Scotland's sovereignty could be recognised by the major European dynasties.
Scotland advanced markedly in educational terms during the fifteenth century with the founding of the University of St Andrews in 1413, the University of Glasgow in 1450 and the University of Aberdeen in 1494, and with the passing of the Education Act 1496.
Scotland was to have 45 seats in the House of Commons, and a representation in the House of Lords.
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 Osmanlı Tarihi Kültürü Medeniyeti Edebiyatı Sanatı
Edmund was initially eager to participate in "The first decent battle since I reached puberty," but, observing the combatants from afar, he came to the shocking realisation that fighting could lead to death.
Edmund, Percy and Baldrick were carried on wooden racks to their place of execution in the presence of an obviously excited crowd.
Edmund's protestations that Philip was twisted by unbridled ambition, haunted by insatiable greed, the most evil man in the world and a mindless killer, and that he murdered his own parents, only increased Philip's standing in the eyes of the Black Seal members.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Scotland
Scotland was an independent kingdom until James VI succeeded to the English Crown in 1603; and it continued constitutionally separate from England until the conclusion of the treaty of union a century later.
The proposal was favourably received in Scotland; but while the eight-year-old queen was on her way from Orkney, and the realm was immediately divided by rival claimants to the throne, John de Baliol and Robert Bruce, both descended from a brother of William the Lion.
Scotland was the last state in Christendom to adhere to the antipope, and only in 1418 declared her allegiance to the rightful pontiff, Martin V.
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 Scots around the world - Links to USGenWeb Archives on Scots Descenants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Dalrymple is a native of Scotland, born on the 13th of July, 1863, his parents being James and Agnes (Patton) Dalrymple, who were likewise natives of the land of hills and heather, where they spent their entire lives, the father devoting his attention to coal mining.
Was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, on the 16th of February, 1861, and received his educational discipline in the excellent schools of his native land, where he remained until he had attained the age of twenty-one years, when he severed the home ties and came to America.
Scotland, May 9, 1848, a son of John and Anna Almond, who were likewise natives of the land of hills and heather.
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 Ed Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Edmund held against Canute's attack on London, lost at Sherstone as Edric of Shropshire convinced the amy Edmund was dead, lost at Ashington on Oct 18, and the weary armies agreed to negotiate at the battle at Deerhurst in Gloucester.
Edmund met his death when he was killed at Pucklechurch, north of Bath in Gloucestershire, by a robber, outlaw Leolf who stabbed Edmund to death at a banquet to St Augsutine.
Edmund intervened in the battle and was stabbed.
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 Edmund of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edmund (Etmond mac Maíl Coluim) (after 1070–after 1097) was a son of Máel Coluim mac Donnchada and his second wife Margaret.
On the death of Edmund's father and his heir-designate, Edward, his eldest son by Margaret, in November 1093, Máel Coluim's brother Domnall Bán took the throne.
Edmund and his younger brothers Edgar, Alexander and David fled abroad, to England, to join their half-brother Donnchad at the court of William Rufus.
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 Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
District in the south-west of Scotland, comprising the counties of Kirkcudbright and Wigtown.
In 1298, Patrick was appointed the King's Lieutenant in Scotland, and in 1300 was at the siege of Caerlaverock.
Northeastern Scotland; the fertile coastal regions from the northern approach to Loch Ness in the west, to Aberdeen in the east.
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 Talk History - Resource
Malcolm I (Máel Coluim mac Domnaill), the son of Donald I of Scotland, became the King of Scotland in 942 or 943 after his cousin King Constantine II of Scotland abdicated and became a monk.
Malcolm was a prince of great abilities and prudence, and Edmund I of England courted his alliance by ceding Cumbria, the consisting of Cumberland and part of Westmorland, to him, in the year 945, on condition that he would defend that northern county, and become an ally of Edmund.
Edred of England, the brother and successor of Edmund, accordingly applied for, and obtained, the aid of Malcolm against Anlaf, king of Northumberland, whose country, according to the barbarous practice of the times, he wasted, and carried off the people with their cattle.
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 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of November 16
The fisherman is contrasted with a queen, Margaret of Scotland.
Edmund then became involved in a dispute with Otto over the king's practice of leaving benefices unoccupied so the crown could collect their revenues.
Margaret was the daughter of the exiled Aetheling Prince Edward (of the line of Saxon kings and son of King Edmund Ironsides) and Agatha (kinswoman of Saint Stephen of Hungary--in the line of the Roman emperors).
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 Scotland Royalty - Scottish Genealogy of the Kings & Queens Royal Family Trees
The Gospel was brought to Scotland almost from the beginning of the dispensation of the Apostles of Christ.
This family line is the most ancient in Scotland's royal history, all of the successive Kings and Queens of Scotland are descended from this family root.
England apparently was not as forthcoming as France and Scotland was in sending their Knights and Noblemen to fight for the Christian Crusades, and England had often been reprimanded by Rome to cease squandering their resources fighting their neighbors and to instead concentrate their attention to the spreading of the Christian Faith.
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 Our Family - pafc316 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Edmund was murdered in 946 by Leofa, an exiled thief.
In 945, Edmund conquered all of Cumbria, giving it to King Malcolm of Scotland on the condition of an alliance.
The mormaers, or chiefs, of Kenneth were engaged throughout his reign in a contest with Sigurd the Norwegian, earl of Orkney, for the possession of Caithness and the northern district of Scotland as far south as the Spey.
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 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
Combated the Norse Vikings in Northumbria and subdued them in Cumbria and Strathclyde.
He entrusted these lands to an ally, Malcolm I of Scotland.
Edmund met his death when he was killed at Pucklechurch, in Gloucestershire, by a robber.
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 Edmund Hoyle
Since 1746, when Edmund Hoyle published his first rule book for games, his name has been synonymous with...
Edmund Hoyle (1672 - August 29, 1769) author and teacher...
Edmund Shaa was a native of Dukinfield (then...
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 (Donald I - Edmund )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Donald III Bane (of Scotland) (ABT 1033 - ABT 1099)
Duncan I (of Scotland) (ABT 1010 - 14 Aug 1040)
Duncan II (of Scotland) (ABT 1060 - 12 Nov 1094)
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 Edmund Cluett Contemporary Patchwork Biography
After leaving the monastery in 1994, I settled in Scotland and began designing and making patchwork wall-hangings and fabric collages.
Traditional patchwork quilts and techniques were the starting point of my earliest efforts, but my attitude and approach were significantly altered on seeing a small, framed quilt amongst large, functional quilts at an exhibition in the United States.
Inspired by this, I found a direction and since1999, I have exclusively made small pieces: the smallest being 4inches (10cm) square, the largest 11inches (28cm) by 24inches (60cm).
www.edmundcluett.com /Biography/biogindex.htm   (141 words)

  
 Scotland, Donald I King --to-- Scott, William Rowe
Scotland, Edgar King Of (ABT 1074 1075 - 08 Jan 1106)
Scotland, Edward Prince Of (1068 - 16 Nov 1093)
Scotland, Sibyl Elizabeth Queen (ABT 1090 1100 - 12 Jul 1122)
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 Burt's Letters: From the North of Scotland:Edmund Burt; Edward Burt; Charles W. J. Withers:1874744904:eCampus.com
In 1730, Captain Edmund Burt, an officer of the English army, was sent to Scotland to work as a contractor.
These are vivid, often witty and satirical descriptions of the Highland and Highlanders intended for a wider English audience, to whom the north of Scotland was seen almost as a foreign country Burr had an insatiable curiosity and wrote about cooking and personal hygiene, weddings, funerals, public executions, and even the activities of witches.
While he was critical of many things, he draws a very sympathetic picture of the hardship and poverty faced by so much of the ordinary population.
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 Robert I "The Magnificent" Duke Of Normandy, b: 1003 - Normandie
Born: ABT 1033 - Of, Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland Marr: 1067/1069 - Of, Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland Died: 13 Nov 1093 - Alnwick, Northumberland, England Father: Duncan I King Of Scotland Mother: Sibyl FitzSiward Other Spouses:
Born: ABT 1033 - Of, Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland Marr: 1067 - Margaret "Atheling" Queen Of Scotland Died: 13 Nov 1093 - Alnwick, Northumberland, England
Born: ABT 1033/1034 - Of, Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland Died: AFT 1097 -, Rescobie, Angusshire, Scotland
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 (Adáele or Alix - Moses Ballinger )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Donald I (of Scotland) -- to -- Edmund
Edmund Crouchback of Leicester (Earl) -- to -- Elfleda
Isabella -- to -- Kenneth II (of Scotland)
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 Greg Bard's Genealogical Records
Occupation: from 1058 to 1093 King of Scotland Marriage: 1069 Saint Margaret "Atheling" Edwardsdatter, Queen of Scotland
Birth: abt 1079 Dunfermline Abbe, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
Birth: abt 1080 Dunfermline Abbe, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland Marriage: 11 Nov 1100 Henry I "Beauclerc", King of England
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 Ca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Child: David I, King of Scotland m Matilda Countess of Northumbria (25)
Child: Mary Princess of Scotland (-1116) m Eustace III of Boulogne Count of Boulogne
Child: Eadgyth Atherling Princess of Scotland m Henry I Beauclerc
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 John Smibert (1688 - 1751) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
John Smibert was born in Scotland and immigrated to the United States in 1728.
John Smibert, American (born in Scotland), 1688-1751 Mrs.
John Smibert, American (born in Scotland), 1688-1751 Judge Edmund Quincy 1737 Oil on canvas 75.56
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 Edmund Chen - Moviefone
Edmund is one of the leading man of MediaCorp Studios.
Before they hit it big, Matthew McConaughey, Jen Aniston and others hammed it up in horror flicks.
Edmund Chen - Filmography, Biography, News, Photos, Birth date, Relationships, Edmund Chen Film Clips, and Fun Facts on Moviefone.
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 Congregation of Christian Brothers - Iona College
Founder of the Congregation of Christian Brothers Blessed Edmund Rice Icon of Blessed Edmund Rice Discovering Brotherhood Volunteer Programs Associates of Blessed Edmund Rice Edmundian Society Blessed Edmund Rice Prayers Books on Edmund Rice
It was on this tiny island, some 1,400 years ago, that the Irish monk, Saint Columba, established an abbey from which missionaries went forth to teach and evangelize.
They commit themselves to a life of ministry and prayer within the community.
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 'Edmund I' "King of Scotland"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
12 November 1094 Edmund acceded to the throne of King of Scotland.
October 1097 Edmund was deposed as King of Scotland.
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 The Royal Ancestry of Laura Leighton Adams, wife of Charles Bruce Capron - Person Page 31
circa 1059, Principal=Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scotland
1070, Dunfermline, Fife, Fife, Scotland, Principal=Margaret, Princess of England
1070, Dunfermline, Fife, Fife, Scotland, Principal=Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scotland
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 Scotland Yard - Movie Information at filmsandtv.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Cast: Silvio Horta, Ben Silverman, Jose Tamez, James Parriott, and James Hayman.
Director: Norman Foster Starring: Nancy Kelly, Edmund Gwenn, John Loder, Henry Wilcoxon, Melville Cooper, Leo G. Carroll, Gilbert Emery, Norma Varden, Leyland Hodgson, Lionel Pape
Nazis kidnap a London banker and send in his double to gain illegal funding for their war effort, but Inspector Cork (Edmund Gwenn) uncovers the evil plot.
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 I12446: Edmund I of Scotland (____ - ____) (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I12446: Edmund I of Scotland (____ - ____) (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)
Deposed Oct 1097 in favour of his brother.
Last update 2 Dec 2003 at 7:56 AM
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