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Macdonald, Sir Georgelocked

(1862–1940)
  • A. O. Curle
  • , revised by L. J. F. Keppie

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Macdonald, Sir George (1862–1940), classical scholar and civil servant, was born at Elgin on 30 January 1862, the third son of James Macdonald, a master at Elgin Academy and an antiquary, and his wife, Margaret Raff. He was educated at Ayr Academy, of which his father was then rector, and at ...

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Proceedings of the British Academy