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    Margaret Batty
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    0952689243
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    978-0952689249
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    Published on behalf of the Wesley Historical Society (Scottish Branch) by George W. Davis (2000)
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Intractable Dr. Memis of Aberdeen (1721-1791).

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Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, in the County of Aberdeen, in the County of Meath and in the County of Argyll, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 4 January 1916 for John Hamilton-Gordon, 7th Earl of Aberdeen. The Gordon family descends from John Gordon, who fought as a Royalist against the Covenanters in the Civil War. In 1642 he was created a baronet, of Haddo in the County of Aberdeen, in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia

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Margaret Bentley Margaret Bentley (born Ebery), 1721 - 1791. Margaret Bentley was born in 1721, at birth place. Margaret married Samuel Bentley. They had 5 children: Richard Bentley, Edward Bentley and 3 other children.

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William Henry West Betty (13 September 1791 in Shrewsbury – 24 August 1874 in London) was a popular child actor of the nineteenth century, known as "the Young Roscius. Both of William's parents were very wealthy due to inheritance. His mother inherited money from Shropshire and his father inherited money from the north of Ireland. According to legend, Betty's father frivolously spent his money on anything, which resulted in his losing a large portion of his inheritance.

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