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  • James Hargrave (1798 - 1865)
    JAMES HARGRAVE (1798-1865) Chief Factor for the Hudson's Bay Company James Hargrave is the son of Joseph Hargrave, and his second wife, Jane Melrose. He was born on 19 November 1798, at Chesters in...
  • Alfred Galbraith Munn (1856 - 1888)
  • Elizabeth Barnes (1861 - 1953)
    Updated from MyHeritage Match via husband William Barnes by SmartCopy : Sep 17 2014, 13:35:31 UTC * Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Nov 10 2014, 10:47:49 UTC
  • James Welch (1805 - 1859)
  • Robert Powrie, SV/PROG (1784 - 1838)
    Robert Powrie (Pourie), b. 5 May 1784, in Inchture, Perth. He was a shoemaker in Errol, Perthshire. At the age of 19 he enlisted in the Royal Artillery on 25 Nov 1803. He was a NCO in His Majesty's R...

Scots Abroad

The purpose of this project is to note the GENi profiles of Scots abroad. Profiles of Scottish born people who either emigrated to various parts of the world and died there, or who died abroad in other circumstances -conflicts, exploration etc. - can be listed below.

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People of note can be listed in the listing below with notes; others of less notoriety can be linked but not noted.

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New Zealand

South Africa

  • James Rose-Innes (1799-1873) Teacher and first Superintendent-general of Education at the Cape, professor of mathematics - South African

United States

  • James Petrie Chalmers launched and edited the world's first film magazine: "The Moving Picture World" in New York in 1907


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