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- Clan Macnaghten (sometimes spelt as MacNachten, MacNaughton or McNaughton) is a Scottish clan. The Clan Macnaghten are amongst the Scottish clans who...
- Sir Melville Leslie Macnaghten CB KPM (16 June 1853, Woodford, London −12 May 1921) was ****istant Commissioner (Crime) of the London Metropolitan Police...
- Macnaghten may refer to: Edward Macnaghten Elliot Macnaghten Half Hung MacNaghten Melville Macnaghten Clan Macnaghten Macnaghten Baronets William Hay Macnaghten...
- McNaughton (1912–1986), a Scottish professional footballer John Macnaghten (1722–1761), known as Half-Hanged MacNaghten, an Anglo-Irish convicted murderer...
- of the tale portray MacNaghten's victim Mary Ann as his lover whose marriage was forbidden by her over-bearing father. MacNaghten was born into a landed...
- General Sir Dighton Macnaghten Probyn, VC, GCB, GCSI, GCVO, ISO, PC (21 January 1833 – 20 June 1924) was a British Army officer and an English recipient...
- but this distinction is not universal. For example, in the standard MacNaghten edition of One Thousand and One Nights one finds the words marid and ifrit...
- Edward Macnaghten, Baron Macnaghten, GCB, GCMG, PC (3 February 1830 – 17 February 1913) was an Anglo-Irish rower, barrister, Conservative-Unionist politician...
- 2000. Simon William Lord (vocals, lead guitar, drum programming) Alex MacNaghten (b****) James Anthony Shaw (keyboards, drum programming, percussion) James...
- Edmond Macnaghten or Edmund MacNaghten may refer to: Edmond Alexander MacNaghten (1762–1832), Irish Tory politician from County Antrim, MP from 1797–1832...
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