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date: 20 October 2019

Carnegie, James, sixth earl of Southesklocked

(1827–1905)
  • Catherine Kerrigan

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Carnegie, James, sixth earl of Southesk (1827–1905), poet and antiquary, was born at Edinburgh on 16 November 1827, the eldest son of the three sons and two daughters of Sir James Carnegie (1799–1849), of Pittarow, fifth baronet, and his wife, Charlotte (1800–1848), daughter of ...

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