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ISBN

9781852175948

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

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A name that features prominently in the pages of the colourful drama that is the historical record, ‘Murray’ has been present from earliest times.
Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction through a wide range of endeavours and pursuits that include as trusted advisers to royalty, on the battlefield, the stage, and in the worlds of publishing, business, music and sport.
One of its most famous sons is the Scots-born tennis player Andy Murray, whose many triumphs to date include winning the Wimbledon men’s singles title twice, the U.S. Open and an Olympic gold medal on two occasions.
His elder brother Jamie’s triumphs to date as a doubles player include winning the Grand Slam twice and also the Davis Cup.
The stirring tale of the Murrays of both yesteryear and today is recounted here.

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Murray – English Surname

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

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A name that features prominently in the pages of the colourful drama that is the historical record, ‘Murray’ has been present from earliest times. Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction through a wide range of endeavours and pursuits that include as trusted advisers to royalty, on the battlefield, the stage, and in the worlds of publishing, business, music and sport. One of its most famous sons is the Scots-born tennis player Andy Murray, whose many triumphs to date include winning the Wimbledon men’s singles title twice, the U.S. Open and an Olympic gold medal on two occasions. His elder brother Jamie’s triumphs to date as a doubles player include winning the Grand Slam twice and also the Davis Cup. The stirring tale of the Murrays of both yesteryear and today is recounted here.
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Product Details
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852175948

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

Full Product Description

A name that features prominently in the pages of the colourful drama that is the historical record, ‘Murray’ has been present from earliest times.
Many of the name have gained high honours and distinction through a wide range of endeavours and pursuits that include as trusted advisers to royalty, on the battlefield, the stage, and in the worlds of publishing, business, music and sport.
One of its most famous sons is the Scots-born tennis player Andy Murray, whose many triumphs to date include winning the Wimbledon men’s singles title twice, the U.S. Open and an Olympic gold medal on two occasions.
His elder brother Jamie’s triumphs to date as a doubles player include winning the Grand Slam twice and also the Davis Cup.
The stirring tale of the Murrays of both yesteryear and today is recounted here.

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