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John Walker MP (c.1805 - 1857)

Founder of the Johnnie Walker whisky distillery empire.

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Alexander Walker MP (1837 - 1889)

of the Johnnie Walker whisky distillery family. He joined the family business in 1856. Advertising had not yet caught on as a marketing vehicle, so Walker turned to other means to make the product memo...

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John Haig, of Binnington, Midlothian MP (1758 - 1819)

) John Haig opened the Cameron Bridge distillery in Windygates in 1824 and this was the first to produce grain whisky. His cousin, Robert Stein, created the first continuous still while his son, also...

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Samuel Greenlees (1812 - 1886)

"Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950" Name: Samuel Greenlees Gender: Male Christening Date: 14 Dec 1812 Christening Place: CAMPBELTOWN,ARGYLL,SCOTLAND Birth Date: 09 Dec 1812 F...

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William Greenlees MP (1846 - d.)

The table at , has this person as number 93. Not verified or sourced - CJB 12-04-2013

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Samuel Greenlees MP (1850 - 1939)

Deaths Mar 1969 GREENLEES IDA R 86 KENSINGTON 5C 67S   Deaths Mar 1939 Greenlees Samuel 88 Westminster 1a 650 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills ...

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James Greenlees MP (1848 - 1926)

~~~ 1851 - Back Street, Campbeltown Samuel Greenlea 37 Distiller Agness Greenlea 39 Agness Greenlea 8 Cathrine Greenlea 6 James Greenlea 2 Samuel Greenlea 5 Mo Mary Campbell 25. ...

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Robert Haig of Throsk (1593 - 1664)

Robert Haig was censured by his church elders for operating a still upon the Sabbath in 1655. This is the oldest known reference to a whisky distillery. His descendants operated distilleries in England...

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Robert Stein (1770 - 1854)

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James Stein, of Kilbagie (1740 - 1804)

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John Haig of Gartlands MP (1720 - 1773)

Gazetteer for Scotland 1535 Bemersyde House (Scottish Borders) built The Whisky Haigs: As we have seen, John of the Gartlands, younger brother of George, was born in 1720 and married in 1751, 18 mo...

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