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Grahams of Graemes of the debateable land - their traditional origin considered by Joseph Bain

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Statementby Joseph Bain.
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1 This account of the Grahams of Fintry is taken, unless otherwise stated, from "The Scots Peerage", ed. Sir James Balfour Paul, 9 vols., Edinburgh, ; "Burke's Landed Gentry", 4th edition, London, ; and Louisa G. Graeme, "Or and Sable —The BookFile Size: 2MB. Biography. Graham's father, Albert Grime, was a prosperous tea importer and grocer. His second son, Winston, was born at 66 Langdale Road, Victoria Park, Manchester on 30 June , at 8 a.m. As a child, Winston contracted pneumonia and on medical advice was educated at a local day school, rather than Manchester Grammar School which his father had in mind for him. Mapping the history of Canadian Jews from the arrival of the first settlers before through to the s, Search Out the Land introduces a new set of colourful players on Canada's stage. Ezekiel Solomons, John Franks, Jacob Franks, Chapman Abraham, Rachel Myers, Moses David, Samuel Hart, Elizabeth Lyons, and a host of others now take their appropriate place in Canadian history. Book review: The Debatable Land: The Lost World Between Scotland and England by Graham Robb This quirky account of the empty and overlooked borderland between England and Scotland is full of surprises.