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Murray, Sir James Wolfelocked

(1853–1919)
  • Ian F. W. Beckett

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Murray, Sir James Wolfe (1853–1919), army officer, was born on 13 March 1853, the eldest son of James Wolfe Murray (1814–1890) of Cringletie, near Peebles, Peeblesshire and his first wife, Elizabeth Charlotte (d. 4 Oct 1857), daughter of John Whyte-Melville. The addition of ...

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(1920–)
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