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James - English Surname
James – English Surname
1st June 2017
Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

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ISBN

9781852172237

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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In charge of the exchequers into which royal revenues were paid, early bearers of the Chalmers name thrived as loyal and trusted servants of successive monarchs, while others became kinsfolk of the clans of the wild and unruly Western Highlands.
Many were martyred in the cause of their faith during the bitter wars between Crown and Covenant, while others gave their lives in defence of the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart.
In more peaceful times, James Chalmers, born in Arbroath in 1782, was the bookseller, printer, and newspaper publisher who in 1834 invented the adhesive postage stamp, while in the world of broadcasting Judith Chalmers is a versatile popular British radio and television broadcaster who was honoured with an O.B.E. for her services in 1994.
The vibrant and colourful story of bearers of the Chalmers name, both of yesteryear and today, is recounted here.

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Chalmers – Scottish Surname

The origins of the family name Chalmers and their place in history

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In charge of the exchequers into which royal revenues were paid, early bearers of the Chalmers name thrived as loyal and trusted servants of successive monarchs, while others became kinsfolk of the clans of the wild and unruly Western Highlands. Many were martyred in the cause of their faith during the bitter wars between Crown and Covenant, while others gave their lives in defence of the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart. In more peaceful times, James Chalmers, born in Arbroath in 1782, was the bookseller, printer, and newspaper publisher who in 1834 invented the adhesive postage stamp, while in the world of broadcasting Judith Chalmers is a versatile popular British radio and television broadcaster who was honoured with an O.B.E. for her services in 1994. The vibrant and colourful story of bearers of the Chalmers name, both of yesteryear and today, is recounted here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172237

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

In charge of the exchequers into which royal revenues were paid, early bearers of the Chalmers name thrived as loyal and trusted servants of successive monarchs, while others became kinsfolk of the clans of the wild and unruly Western Highlands.
Many were martyred in the cause of their faith during the bitter wars between Crown and Covenant, while others gave their lives in defence of the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart.
In more peaceful times, James Chalmers, born in Arbroath in 1782, was the bookseller, printer, and newspaper publisher who in 1834 invented the adhesive postage stamp, while in the world of broadcasting Judith Chalmers is a versatile popular British radio and television broadcaster who was honoured with an O.B.E. for her services in 1994.
The vibrant and colourful story of bearers of the Chalmers name, both of yesteryear and today, is recounted here.

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