David the Bruce

(d. 1402)

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David the Bruce (d. 1402)

Weir, David Bruce (born 1931), a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 1985–97

PAYNE, David Bruce (1827 - 1913), Vicar of St George the Martyr, Deal, from 1868; Hon. Canon of Canterbury from 1901

Nelson D. Lankford. The Last American Aristocrat: The Biography of David K. E. Bruce, 1898–1977. Little, Brown. 1996. Pp. xi, 484. $27.95

Letters across Borders: The Epistolary Practices of International Migrants. Bruce S. Elliott, David A. Gerber and Suzanne Sinke, eds. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 320 pp.)

CROWTHER, (David) Bruce (born 1959), Executive Director, The FIG Tree, International Fair Trade Centre, St John’s Church, Lancaster, since 2015; International Fair Trade Towns Ambassador (part-time), since 2013

McNEILL, David (Bruce) (1922 - 1990), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 1979; Member, Restrictive Practices Court, since 1981

Bruce S. Elliott, David A. Gerber, and Suzanne M. Sinke, editors. Letters across Borders: The Epistolary Practices of International Migrants. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, with the Carleton Centre for the History of Migration, Ottawa. 2006. Pp. x, 315. $69.95

The Last American Aristocrat: The Biography of David K. E. Bruce, 1898–1977. By Nelson D. Lankford. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1996. xii, 484 pp. $27.95, ISBN 0-316-51501-9.)

David Palumbo-Liu, Bruce Robbins, and Nirvana Tanoukhi, editors. Immanuel Wallerstein and the Problem of the World: System, Scale, Culture. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2011. Pp. viii, 263. Cloth $84.95, paper $23.95

Irish Immigrants in the Land of Canaan: Letters and Memoirs from Colonial and Revolutionary America, 1675–1815. By Kerby A. Miller, Arnold Schrier, Bruce D. Boling and David N. Doyle (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. xxvii, plus 788 pp.)

Religion and Popular Culture in America, Bruce David Forbes and Jeffrey H. Mahan (eds.). Berkeley, CA: The University of California Press, 2000, xi + 335 pp. $48.00 cloth, $18.95 paper

David Bruce and Diplomatic Practice: An American Ambassador in London, 1961–9, by John W. YoungThe Paris Embassy: British Ambassadors and Anglo-French Relations, 1944–79, ed. Rogelia Pastor-Castro and John W. Young

Band of Brothers. Produced by Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg; directed by Phil Alden Robinson (part 1, Currahee), Richard Loncraine (part 2, Day of Days), Mikael Salomon (part 3, Carentan, and part 10, Points), David Nutter (part 4, Replacements), Tom Hanks (part 5, Crossroads), David Leland (part 6, Bastogne), David Frankel (part 7, The Breaking Point, and part 9, Why We Fight), and Tony To (part 8, The Patrol); screenplay by Erik Jendresen and Tom Hanks (part 1), John Orloff (part 2), E. Max Frye (part 3), Graham Yost and Bruce C. McKenna (part 4), Erik Jendresen (part 5), Bruce C. McKenna (part 6), Graham Yost (part 7), Erik Bork and Bruce C. McKenna (part 8), John Orloff (part 9), and Erik Jendresen and Erik Bork (part 10). 2001, color; 500 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO)

Murray, Mungo David Malcolm (1900 - 1971), Lord Lieutenant of Perthshire since 1960; JP Perthshire and Dumfriesshire; Baron Scone, 1605; Viscount Stormont, 1621; Baron Balvaird, 1641; (Earl of Dunbar, Viscount Drumcairn, and Baron Halldykes in the Jacobite Peerage); Hereditary Keeper of Bruce’s Castle of Lochmaben; Chairman, Edinburgh Board of Royal Insurance Company; President: Perthshire Agricultural Society; Wildfowlers Association of Great Britain and Ireland; Perth Division Conservative and Unionist Association, 1935; Past President, British Empire Union; Chairman, Perth Division Unionist Association, 1945–60; Mem. of Perth County Council since 1935; Mem. of Executive of West India Committee; DL Perthshire, 1947; Brig. Royal Company of Archers (Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland); late Lt 6/7th Black Watch; TA; Major in Home Guard, 1940–43


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(d. 1402),

duke of Rothesay. According to William Worcestre, he was ‘brother of King James of Scotland who was with King Henry V of England’; this St David lies buried in Lindores Abbey near Newburgh in Scotland. He died a martyr, starved to death for lack of food in Falkland castle. There seems to have been no official cult.

William Worcestre, p. 7.

Subjects: Christianity.

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