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Robert Erskine Childers DSC (25 June 1870 – 24 November 1922), universally known as ..... Erskine (1870–1922)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

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Mar 11, 2003 ... "F.R.S. Geographer and Surveyor General to the Army of the United States, son of the Reverend Ralph Erskine, late minister at Dunfermline, ...

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(Biography) Thomas, 1st Baron. 1750–1823, Scottish lawyer: noted as a defence advocate, esp in cases involving civil liberties. Collins English Dictionary ...

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Dec 23, 2014 ... ERSKINE--Robert S. Jr., passed away in Essex, Connecticut on December 20, 2014. Born in Bronxville, New York to Robert and Marguerite ...

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Robert Erskine Childers (1870 – 1922), was a prominent Irish nationalist and the author of the novel Riddle of the Sands. He was executed at the Beggar's Bush ...

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Erskine definition, John (Erskine of Carnock) 1695–1768, Scottish writer on law. See more.

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(Robert) Erskine. 1870–1922, Irish politician, executed by the Irish Free State for his IRA activities: author of the spy story The Riddle of the Sands (1903).

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Prorogue definition, to discontinue a session of (the British Parliament or a similar body). See more. ... The English Language Robert Gordon Latham.

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Thomas Erskine facts: Eighteenth-century Scottish jurist and historian Thomas ... by his friend and fellow Scot, Robert Burns: "Erskine a spunkie Norland billie.