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DALYELL, Kathleen Mary Agnes (born 1937), National Trust for Scotland Administrator at The Binns, since 1972; Chairman, Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, 2000–05

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MASON, Kenneth Staveley (born 1931), Canon Theologian, Scottish Episcopal Church, 1995–96; Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, 1989–96, now Canon Emeritus

STEWART, Gillian Mary (born 1945), Head of Children and Young People’s Group, Scottish Executive Education Department, 1999–2002

MURRAY, Diana Mary (born 1952), Secretary, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, since 2004

The Cult of Saints and the Virgin Mary in Medieval Scotland, ed. Steve Boardman and Eila Williamson

HOLMES, George Edward Wilmot (1869 - 1937), Rector of All Saints’ Church since 1907, and Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh; Diocesan Inspector of Schools; Warden of Scottish Society of Reparation, Aberdeen; Chaplain Actors’ Church Union

DOUGLAS, Hugh Osborne (1911 - 1986), Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland, 1974–81; Chaplain to The Queen, 1959–81, Extra Chaplain to The Queen, since 1981; Minister at Dundee Parish Church (St Mary’s), 1951–77; Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1970–71

DICKIE, Edgar Primrose (1897 - 1991), Emeritus Professor of Divinity, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, since 1967 (Professor, 1935–67, retired); Extra Chaplain to the Queen in Scotland since 1967 (Chaplain, 1956–67, retired)

COHEN, Mary Gwendolen (1893 - 1962), Vice-President, Scottish Association of Mixed Clubs and Girls’ Clubs (Chairman, 1931–50); Vice-Chairman, National Vigilance Association of Scotland; Vice-President, City of Glasgow Girl Guides Association; President, Glasgow Branch National Council of Women, 1957

BOULTON, Harold (Edwin) (1859 - 1935), Knight of Justice of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England; late Capt. Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, Militia; Captain, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders, 1914–17 (British War Medal); Hon. Treasurer Queen Mary’s Royal Naval Hospital, Southend, 1914–19; Chairman Queen Mary’s Hostels for Nurses, 1915–21; President of the Scottish Literature and Song Association, Aberdeen, 1929; a Director of the Royal Academy of Music, 1931; an ovate bard of Wales (title Prydydd Genheddloed Prydain)

SETON, George (1822 - 1908), sometime of St Bennet’s, Edinburgh; a member of the Royal Scottish Archers; representative of the Setons of Cariston, senior co-heir of Sir Thomas Seton of Olivestob, and heir of line of Mary Seton, one of the ‘Four Maries’ in attendance upon Mary Queen of Scots; exhibited the family characteristic of lofty stature, being 6 feet 5 inches in height

 

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(1933),

a play by Maxwell Anderson. [Alvin Theatre, 248 perf.] Because Catholic Mary Stuart of Scotland (Helen Hayes) represents a genuine political threat to England's Protestant Queen Elizabeth (Helen Menken) ...

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