James Grant, Laird of Ballindalloch (1720–1806) was a major general in the
British Army during the American War of Independence. He served as Governor
Major General James Grant. Major James Grant (1720-1806), was appointed
Colonel of the 55th Regiment of Foot in December of 1775 and held that position
GRANT, James (1720-1806), of Ballindalloch, Banff. .... He voted with
Administration, and at the general election of 1774 was re-elected after a contest.
While a ...
James Grant joined the British Army in 1741, rose to the rank of major general in
the 1770s, and was on the army payroll as late as 1805, the year before his ...
Apr 17, 2015 ... A former supervisor in the N.J. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
accuses Brig. Gen. James Grant, a former State Police major, ...
Jul 1, 1992 ... Brigadier General James F. Grant is assistant chief of staff for intelligence (J-2),
U.S. Forces, South Korea, and deputy assistant chief of staff for ...
James J. Grant, Chief of the Joint Staff, was promoted to Brigadier General in
front of an overflow crowd at the Lawrenceville Armory on Aug. 21. It was full of ...
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General Residency ... Inventor, 8 Patents Grant Dental Technology Corporation
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Apr 12, 2012 ... John James Grant (Retired) took the oath of office, today, April 12, as the 32nd ...
General James L. Jones, Fmr National Security Advisor to The ...
Although James Grant Chewett's family moved from Cornwall to the new
provincial ... About 1810 he entered the surveyor general's office where his father