'Galloway' can also refer to...

Alexander Galloway (1776—1847) radical and engineer

Christopher Galloway (fl. c. 1611—1655) architect and engineer

Dumfries and Galloway

George Galloway (1861—1933)

Isabel Galloway Emslie Hutton (1887—1960) physician specializing in mental disorders and social worker

Janet Anne Galloway (1841—1909) promoter of higher education for women in Scotland

Janice Galloway (b. 1956)

Jim Galloway (b. 1936)

John Galloway (1804—1894) iron-founder and engineer

John Murie Galloway McCallum Thomson (1909—1931) footballer

Joseph Galloway (c. 1731—1803) colonial politician and author

Norman Hamilton Galloway Robinson (1912—1978)

Patrick Galloway (c. 1551—1621) Church of Scotland minister

Robert Galloway (1752—1794) bookseller and poet

Sir Alexander Galloway (1895—1977) army officer

Sir Alexander Galloway Erskine Hill (1894—1947) lawyer and politician

Sir Archibald Galloway (1780—1850) army officer in the East India Company and writer

Sir William Galloway (1840—1927) mining engineer

Thomas Galloway (1796—1851) mathematician


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A province of mixed Gaelic and Anglo-Scandinavian settlement in southwestern Scotland, once part of the kingdom of Strathclyde. Until the mid 13th century the native rulers of Galloway were successful ...

Subjects: British History — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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