Gavin Hamilton

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Gavin Hamilton

[British Army officer] Captain Gavin John Hamilton MC (died 10 June 1982) was the Officer Commanding (OC) 19 (Mountain) Troop, D Squadron, 22 Special Air Service (SAS) during the Falklands War in 1982. He was killed whilst behind enemy lines on West Falkland on 10 June 1982. Hamilton was a Green Howards officer before passing SAS selection ...
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Gavin Hamilton

[bishop of Galloway] Gavin Hamilton (1561 – 1612), bishop of Galloway, was the second son of John Hamilton of Orbiston, Lanarkshire. The father, descended from Sir James Hamilton of Cadzow, fell at the battle of Langside, fighting for Mary, Queen of Scots (13 May 1568). ==Life== Gavin was born about 1561, and was educated at the universit...
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Gavin Hamilton

Gavin Hamilton was a Scottish painter. He was born in about 1730 at Lanark and died in 1797. He studied at Rome, devoting himself to historic painting. In 1773 he published at Rome a folio volume, The Italian School of Painting, illustrated with splendid plates. His illustrations of Homer are amongst his best productions. He was very successful als...
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Gavin Hamilton

[archbishop of St Andrews] Gavin Hamilton was an early modern Scottish prelate, coadjutor of the Archdiocese of St. Andrews, and Archbishop of St. Andrews. Gavin was the son of James Hamilton of Raploch. He had been Abbot of Kilwinning. In 1555, he was appointed as the coadjutor, i.e. successor, of Archbishop John Hamilton of St Andrews. Ar...
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Gavin Hamilton

[artist] Gavin Hamilton (1723, Lanarkshire – 4 January 1798, Rome) was a British (Scottish) neoclassical history painter, who is more widely remembered for his hunts for antiquities in the neighbourhood of Rome. These roles in combination made him an arbiter of neoclassical taste. ==Biography== Gavin Hamilton was born in Scotland in 1723 ...
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Gavin Hamilton

[cricketer] Gavin Mark Hamilton (born 16 September 1974) is an all-round cricketer who played one Test for England and has appeared in a number of One Day Internationals for Scotland. Hamilton was awarded the Scotland captaincy in April 2009 following the resignation of Ryan Watson, and subsequently retired in 2010. ==Life and career== He b...
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