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Sir William Fraser

(1816—1898) genealogist and archivist


'Sir William Fraser' can also refer to...

Sir William Augustus of Ledclune Fraser (1826—1898) politician and author

Fraser, Sir William (1816-1898), genealogist and archivist

Fraser, Sir William Augustus, of Ledclune, fourth baronet (1826-1898), politician and author

Fraser, Sir David William (1920-2012), army officer, historian, and novelist

BARROW, Geoffrey Wallis Steuart (1924 - 2013), Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palæography, University of Edinburgh, 1979–92, then Professor Emeritus

DICKINSON, W(illiam) Croft (1897 - 1963), Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palæography in the University of Edinburgh since 1944; Editor of the Scottish Historical Review since 1947

LYNCH, Michael (born 1946), Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palaeography, University of Edinburgh, 1992–2005, then Research Professor, now Hon. Professorial Fellow

FRASER, Alexander Campbell (1819 - 1914), Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, 1856–91, in Edinburgh University in succession to Sir William Hamilton, and later Professor Emeritus; philosophical author

BROWN, Peter Hume (1850 - 1918), member British Academy; Historiographer-Royal for Scotland since 1908; Professor of Ancient (Scottish) History and Palæography, Edinburgh (Sir William Fraser Chair) since 1901; Ford Lecturer, 1913–14; author

DEVINE, Thomas (Martin) (born 1945), Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palaeography, University of Edinburgh, 2005–11, Emeritus, 2014 (Head, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, 2008–10; Director, Scottish Centre for Diaspora Studies, 2008–14; Personal Senior Research Professor in History, 2012–14)

INNES of Learney, Thomas (1893 - 1971), Member of the Royal Company of Archers (Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland); Baron of Aberkerder, Kinnairdy and Yeuchrie; Genealogist to Priory of Scotland in the Order of St John, 1947–70, Preceptor of Torphichen since 1970, KJStJ, 1947; Chairman of Postmaster General’s Stamps Committee (Scotland), 1956–57; Commissioner of Supply for Aberdeenshire, 1926–29; Member of National Building Records Scottish Council since 1941; Member of Council of Scottish History Society, Scottish Record Society, Scottish Ecclesiological Society (President 1957–60), Scottish Ancestry Research Society; Vice-President Scottish Genealogy Society; Vice-President Society of Genealogists; Trustee of Sir William Fraser’s Foundation

 
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