James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh and Woodhouselee (mort en 1581) est un partisan de Marie Stuart qui a assassiné James Stewart, 1er comte de Moray, régent d'Écosse, en janvier 1570,,.↑ (en) « Bothwellhaugh », The Gazetteer for Scotland,‎ 2009 : « James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh assassinated the Regent Moray in Linlithgow in 1570. »↑ Donaldson 1977, p. 93↑ Howie-Stewart 1846, p. 51

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  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh and Woodhouselee (mort en 1581) est un partisan de Marie Stuart qui a assassiné James Stewart, 1er comte de Moray, régent d'Écosse, en janvier 1570,,.
  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh (* unbekannt; † zwischen 1581 und 1585) war ein schottischer Adeliger, der den damaligen Regenten Schottlands, James Stewart, 1. Earl of Moray, am 23. Januar 1570 in Linlithgow erschoss.
  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh and Woodhouselee (died 1581) was a Scottish supporter of Mary, Queen of Scots, who assassinated James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, Regent of Scotland, in January 1570. He shot Moray from the steps of his uncle Archbishop John Hamilton's house in Linlithgow.
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  • A Dictionary of Scottish History.
  • Ayrshire: Discovering a County. Ayr
  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • Scotland Re-formed 1488–1587
  • Scott and Scotland
  • Scottish Kirkyards
  • The Castles of Glasgow and the Clyde
  • The History of Prestwick
  • The Royal House of Stuarts
  • The companion to British history
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  • The Scots worthies revised and enlarged by a clergyman of the Church of Scotland, with notes by William M'Gavin
  • Records of the Burgh of Prestwick in the Sherrifdom of Ayr
  • The Nation Surveyed. Timothy Pont's Maps of Scotland.
  • A Guide to the Memorials in St. Giles' Cathedral Edinburgh
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  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh and Woodhouselee (mort en 1581) est un partisan de Marie Stuart qui a assassiné James Stewart, 1er comte de Moray, régent d'Écosse, en janvier 1570,,.↑ (en) « Bothwellhaugh », The Gazetteer for Scotland,‎ 2009 : « James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh assassinated the Regent Moray in Linlithgow in 1570. »↑ Donaldson 1977, p. 93↑ Howie-Stewart 1846, p. 51
  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh (* unbekannt; † zwischen 1581 und 1585) war ein schottischer Adeliger, der den damaligen Regenten Schottlands, James Stewart, 1. Earl of Moray, am 23. Januar 1570 in Linlithgow erschoss.
  • James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh and Woodhouselee (died 1581) was a Scottish supporter of Mary, Queen of Scots, who assassinated James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, Regent of Scotland, in January 1570. He shot Moray from the steps of his uncle Archbishop John Hamilton's house in Linlithgow.
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