People from Aberdeenshire

Posted Oct 27, 2009
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  1. People from Aberdeen

    People from Aberdeen

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  2. People from Banff and Buchan

    People from Banff and Buchan

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  3. People from Buchan

    People from Buchan

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  4. People from Ellon, Aberdeenshire 4 views

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  5. People from Formartine

    People from Formartine

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  6. People from Fraserburgh

    People from Fraserburgh

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  7. People from Garioch

    People from Garioch

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  8. People from Huntly

    People from Huntly

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  9. People from Inverurie

    People from Inverurie

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  10. People from Kincardine and Mearns

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  11. People from Marr

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  12. People from Banff, Aberdeenshire 0 views

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  13. People from Peterhead

    People from Peterhead

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  14. People from Stonehaven

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  1. James Fleet
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    James Fleet

    530 views

    James Edward Fleet (born 11 March, 1954) is an English actor. He is most famous for his roles as the bumbling and well-meaning Tom in the 1994 British romantic comedy film Four Weddings and a Funeral, and the dim-witted Hugo Horton in the BBC situation comedy television series The Vicar of Dibley.


  2. Amy Manson
    #2

    Amy Manson

    2,191 views

    Amy Manson (born 9 September 1985) is a Scottish actress, known for portraying Alice Guppy in Torchwood, Abby Evans in Casualty, Lizzie Siddal in Desperate Romantics, Daisy Hannigan-Spiteri in Being Human and Medea in Atlantis. Manson is set to play Princess Merida in the fifth season of the ABC fairy tale drama series Once Upon a Time.


  3. Queen Victoria Eugenia
    #3

    Queen Victoria Eugenia

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    Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg (Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena; 24 October 1887 – 15 April 1969) was Queen consort of Spain as the wife of King Alfonso XIII. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and the first cousin of King George V of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Marie of Romania, Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany and Queen Sophia of Greece. She was first cousin once removed to Queen Louise of Sweden. King Felipe VI of Spain is her great-grandson.


  4. Margaret Mann
    #4

    Margaret Mann

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    Margaret Mann (4 April 1868 Aberdeen, Scotland - 4 February 1941 Los Angeles, California), was a Scottish-American actress.


  5. John Forbes
    #5

    John Forbes

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    John Forbes (born 29 January 1970) is an Australian sailor. He was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder.


  6. Yvie Burnett
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    Yvie Burnett

    54 views

    Yvie Burnett (born 8 August 1968), is a Scottish mezzo-soprano and vocal coach, best known for her work with Simon Cowell on television shows The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent and also The Big Reunion and The Voice UK.


  7. Sir Ewan Forbes, 11th Baronet
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    Sir Ewan Forbes, 11th Baronet

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    Sir Ewan Forbes of Craigievar, 11th Baronet (6 September 1912 – 12 September 1991) was a Scottish nobleman, general practitioner and farmer. At birth, he was christened "Elizabeth Forbes-Sempill", and officially registered as the youngest daughter of John, Lord Sempill. After an uncomfortable upbringing, he began living as a man at the start of his medical career in 1945. He formally re-registered his birth as male in 1952, adopting the name of "Ewan Forbes-Sempill", and was married a month later.


  8. B. C. Forbes
    #8

    B. C. Forbes

    51 views

    Bertie Charles Forbes (/fɔːrbz/; May 14, 1880 – May 6, 1954) was a Scottish-born American financial journalist and author who founded Forbes magazine.


  9. Joseph Watt
    #9

    Joseph Watt

    33 views

    Joseph Watt, VC (25 June 1887 – 13 February 1955) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He achieved the award during service in the Strait of Otranto and as a result of his meritorious service also received the French Croix de Guerre and the Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour.


  10. Pete Cashmore
    #10

    Pete Cashmore

    29 views

    Pete Cashmore (born 18 September 1985) is the CEO and founder of the popular blog Mashable, a Technorati Top 10 blog worldwide. He grew up in Banchory, and founded Mashable in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2005 at age 19.


  11. Arthur King (footballer)
    #11

    Arthur King (footballer)

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    Arthur King (6 August 1887–?) was a Scottish professional footballer who played for Aberdeen, Tottenham Hotspur, Belfast Celtic and Dumbarton.


  12. William Barclay
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    William Barclay

    16 views

    William Barclay (1873 or 1874–1945) was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland.


  13. Donald Gordon (Canadian businessman)
    #13

    Donald Gordon (Canadian businessman)

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    Donald Gordon, CC CMG (December 11, 1901 – May 2, 1969) was a Canadian businessman and the former President of the Canadian National Railways from 1950 to 1966.


  14. Ian Henderson (police officer)
    #14

    Ian Henderson (police officer)

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    Ian Stuart McWalter Henderson (alt. Ian Stewart McWalter Henderson, Ian Stewart MacWalter Henderson), CBE GM and bar (1927 – 13 April 2013) was a British citizen known for his role in resolving the Mau Mau crisis in Kenya in the late 1950s and also for managing the Bahraini General Directorate for State Security Investigations from 1966-1998. Henderson was dubbed the Butcher of Bahrain due to the numerous human rights violations that were alleged to have taken place under his command there.


  15. James Gregory (mathematician)
    #15

    James Gregory (mathematician)

    16 views

    James Gregory FRS (November 1638 – October 1675) was a Scottish mathematician and astronomer. He described an early practical design for the reflecting telescope - the Gregorian telescope - and made advances in trigonometry, discovering infinite series representations for several trigonometric functions.


  16. James Milne Wilson
    #16

    James Milne Wilson

    17 views

    Sir James Milne Wilson, KCMG (29 February 1812 – 29 February 1880) served as Premier of Tasmania from 1869 to 1872.


  17. Isabella of Mar
    #17

    Isabella of Mar

    16 views

    Isabella of Mar (modern Scottish Gaelic: Iseabail) (c. 1277 – 12 December 1296) was the first wife of Robert the Bruce and the grandmother of Robert II of Scotland, founder of the royal House of Stuart. She died before Robert was crowned King of Scots, and never became Queen.


  18. Alexander Henderson
    #18

    Alexander Henderson

    15 views

    Alexander Henderson (March 13, 1860 – December 13, 1940) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in British Columbia and Yukon. He represented New Westminster City in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1898 to 1900. Henderson served as Commissioner of Yukon from 1907 to 1911.


  19. Alexander Ogston
    #19

    Alexander Ogston

    12 views

    Sir Alexander Ogston KCVO MB FRS CM MD (19 April 1844 – 1 February 1929) was a Scottish surgeon, famous for his discovery of Staphylococcus. He was the eldest son of Prof. Francis Ogston (1803–1887), Professor of Medical Jurisprudence at the University of Aberdeen.


  20. Don Masson
    #20

    Don Masson

    11 views

    Donald "Don" Sandison Masson (born 26 August 1946 in Banchory) is a Scottish former footballer.


  21. Philippa Tattersall
    #21

    Philippa Tattersall

    17 views

    Major Philippa Joan Angel Tattersall, nicknamed "Pip", is a Scottish soldier, born 1975 in Tarland, Aberdeenshire. She is the first woman (Second was Surgeon Lt Lara Herbert RN) to succeed in the 9-week All Arms Commando Course, joining the main manoeuvre formation, 3 Commando Brigade.


  22. Alexander Gordon
    #22

    Alexander Gordon

    10 views

    Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Alexander Robert Gisborne Gordon GBE DSO PC (NI) (28 July 1882 – 23 April 1967) was a Unionist Member and Senator in the Parliament of Northern Ireland.


  23. James Naughtie
    #23

    James Naughtie

    9 views

    Alexander James "Jim" Naughtie (surname pronounced /ˈnɔːxti/; born 9 August 1951) is known as a British radio presenter and radio news presenter for the BBC. Since 1994 he has been one of the main presenters of Radio 4's Today programme.


  24. Anne McHardy Parker
    #24

    Anne McHardy Parker

    9 views

    Anne McHardy Parker (1770-1840s) was the wife of Richard Parker, the “President of the Fleet” during the 1797 Nore mutiny. She is known primarily for her efforts to prevent her husband’s execution, then after failing this, for her efforts to see his body honored and decently buried. The Nore and related mutinies were part of a decade long series of agitations, protests and revolts against the British monarchy, George III himself, his prime minister William Pitt the Younger and the war on the French revolutionaries and their allies.


  25. George Duncan (golfer)
    #25

    George Duncan (golfer)

    8 views

    George Duncan (16 September 1883 – 15 January 1964) was a Scottish professional golfer. He was also a golf course designer. His much sought-after professional teaching and swing analysis skills lead to him being referred to as "the pro's pro." He won the 1920 Open Championship.


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