Person    | Male  Born 8/11/1824  Died 30/9/1912

Sir John George Tollemache Sinclair

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Scotland

Born Edinburgh, grandson of Sir John Sinclair. Caithness Landowner and 3rd Baronet. MP, 1870 - 1885, with a fascination for Mary Queen of Scots and a liking for theatrical gothic. The earliest born person to make a disc recording, in 1906: "The adieu of Mary Queen of Scots" (what else?)

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Sir John George Tollemache Sinclair

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Mary Queen of Scots statue

{On the base of the statue in gothic script:] Mary Queen of Scots

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