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Scottish silent film actors


Scottish pornographic film directors


Scottish documentary filmmakers


Scottish rugby commentators and journalists

The most famous of TV commentators until recently was Bill McLaren, a Scotsman from Hawick and one of world rugbys best-loved personalities. He retired in 2002 and died in 2010. Ian Robertson is also a Scottish TV commentator and former Cambridge ...


Scottish columnists


Scottish war correspondents


42nd Regiment of Foot officers


72nd Highlanders officers


73rd Regiment of Foot officers


81st Regiment of Foot (Aberdeenshire Highland Regiment) officers


93rd Regiment of Foot officers


Garde Ecossaise officers


Queens Own Cameron Highlanders officers


Queens Own Highlanders officers


Royal Scots Fusiliers officers


Royal Scots Greys officers


Scottish generals


Seaforth Highlanders officers


Scottish Mormon missionaries


Scottish Protestant missionaries


Scottish Roman Catholic missionaries


Scottish Benedictines


Scottish Dominicans


Scottish Friars Minor


Scottish Jesuits


Forfeited dukedoms in the Peerage of Scotland


Earl of Abercorn


Earl of Aberdeen


Earl of Argyll


Earl of Arran and Cambridge


Earl of Buccleuch


Earl of Bute


Earl of Campbell and Cowall


Earl of Cassilis


Earl of Dalkeith


Earl of Dysart

Earl of Dysart is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1643 and has been held continuously since then by twelve descendants.


Earl of Ethie


Earl of Gifford


Earl of Huntly


Earl of Kelso


Earl of Kinghorne


Earl of Lanark


Earl of Lauderdale

Earl of Lauderdale is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. The current holder of the title is Ian Maitland, 18th Earl of Lauderdale. The title was created in 1624 John Maitland, 2nd Lord Maitland of Thirlestane, Berwickshire. The second Earl was c ...


Earl of Melrose


Earl of Montrose


Earl of Roxburghe


Earl of Seafield

Earl of Seafield is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1701 for James Ogilvy, who in 1711 succeeded his father as 4th Earl of Findlater. The earldoms of Findlater and Seafield continued to be united until 1811, when the earldom ...


Earl of Strathtay and Strathardle


Earl of Tweeddale


Dormant earldoms in the Peerage of Scotland

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