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MacDonald, (James) Ramsaylocked

(1866–1937)
  • David Marquand

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MacDonald, (James) Ramsay (1866–1937), prime minister, was born on 12 October 1866 in a ‘but-and-ben’ cottage in Lossiemouth, a small fishing port on the coast of Moray in north-east Scotland. He was the illegitimate son of Anne Ramsay, a Lossiemouth farm servant, and ...

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