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Stuart, James Gray, first Viscount Stuart of Findhornlocked

(1897–1971)
  • R. D. Kernohan

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Stuart, James Gray, first Viscount Stuart of Findhorn (1897–1971), politician, was born at 2 Belford Park, Edinburgh, on 9 February 1897, the third son and third of the four children of Morton Gray Stuart, seventeenth earl of Moray (1855–1930), and his wife, Edith Douglas Palmer (...

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J. Burke, A general [later edns A genealogical] and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the United Kingdom [later edns the British empire] (1829–)
Camden Society
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