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Young - Scottish Surname
Young – Scottish Surname
1st June 2017
Black - Scottish Surname
Black – Scottish Surname
1st June 2017
Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172152

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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As the name implies, the blood of ancient monarchs may well indeed flow through the veins of present day bearers of the proud surname of King.
It is in Scotland that a truly royal race of Kings had their origins, and where many fought in bloodthirsty clan feuds and gave their lives on the battlefield in the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart.
In later centuries, and on different shores, Martin Luther King was the charismatic black American civil rights leader whose assassination in 1968 stunned the world.
On the tennis court, Billie Jean King, born in 1943 in California, is the name the now divorced Billie Jean Moffat took when she married Lawrence King in 1965.
She won the first of her six titles at Wimbledon in 1966, a venue where she eventually amassed no less than a total of six singles titles, ten women’s doubles titles, and four mixed doubles titles.
The inspiring tale of the Kings is recounted here.

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King – Scottish Surname

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

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As the name implies, the blood of ancient monarchs may well indeed flow through the veins of present day bearers of the proud surname of King. It is in Scotland that a truly royal race of Kings had their origins, and where many fought in bloodthirsty clan feuds and gave their lives on the battlefield in the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart. In later centuries, and on different shores, Martin Luther King was the charismatic black American civil rights leader whose assassination in 1968 stunned the world. On the tennis court, Billie Jean King, born in 1943 in California, is the name the now divorced Billie Jean Moffat took when she married Lawrence King in 1965. She won the first of her six titles at Wimbledon in 1966, a venue where she eventually amassed no less than a total of six singles titles, ten women’s doubles titles, and four mixed doubles titles. The inspiring tale of the Kings is recounted here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172152

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

As the name implies, the blood of ancient monarchs may well indeed flow through the veins of present day bearers of the proud surname of King.
It is in Scotland that a truly royal race of Kings had their origins, and where many fought in bloodthirsty clan feuds and gave their lives on the battlefield in the ultimately doomed cause of the Royal House of Stuart.
In later centuries, and on different shores, Martin Luther King was the charismatic black American civil rights leader whose assassination in 1968 stunned the world.
On the tennis court, Billie Jean King, born in 1943 in California, is the name the now divorced Billie Jean Moffat took when she married Lawrence King in 1965.
She won the first of her six titles at Wimbledon in 1966, a venue where she eventually amassed no less than a total of six singles titles, ten women’s doubles titles, and four mixed doubles titles.
The inspiring tale of the Kings is recounted here.

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