Category: DEFAULT

Lieutenant Maguire / Donal Maclean

Categories: DEFAULT

9 Replies to “ Lieutenant Maguire / Donal Maclean ”

  1. One recording of Donald MacLean With Lieutenant Maguire’s. Donald MacLean (reel) is also known as Donald MacLean’s.. Lieutenant Maguire’s (jig) is also known as Lieutenant MacGuire’s, Lieutenant MacGuire’s March, Lieutenant Maguire, Lieutenant McGuire, Lt Maguire, McGuire’s, Mrs. MacGuire’s, Mrs. McGuire’s.. Tannahill Weavers IV by The Tannahill Weavers.
  2. Mar 12,  · Donald Maclean, the British diplomat who defected here in after betraying United States atomic secrets, was cremated here today after a brief funeral service at .
  3. Donald Maclean, (born May 25, , London, Eng.—died March 11, , Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), British diplomat who spied for the Soviet Union in World War II and early in the Cold War period. At the University of Cambridge in the s, Maclean was part of a group of relatively privileged young men, among them Guy Burgess, who all shared a fashionable disdain for capitalist democracy.
  4. Also known as Donald MacLean’s. This tune has been recorded together with Alasdair Fraser’s Welcome To Cape Breton, The Bride’s, Chloe’s Passion, Juan Martino’s, Lieutenant Maguire’s, Maggie Cameron, Miss Stewart’s, quecamvingprokovcom.ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.co Of Kilravock’s, Munlochy Bridge, The Pitnacree Ferryman, The Reel Of Bogie, The Seagull, Strop The Razor, Stumpie.
  5. Also known as Lieutenant MacGuire’s, Lieutenant MacGuire’s March, Lieutenant Maguire, Lieutenant McGuire, Lt Maguire, McGuire’s, Mrs. MacGuire’s, Mrs. McGuire’s. This tune has been recorded together with A Fisherman’s Song For Attracting Seals, The Atholl Highlanders, The Curlew, The Curlews, Donald MacLean, Drover Lads, Ffidl.
  6. Bagpipe sheet music on demand from McGillivray Piping. quecamvingprokovcom.ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.co - License Agreement. The website quecamvingprokovcom.ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.co is the first large-scale site of its kind to provide individual pieces of bagpipe sheet music and recorded demonstrations for download.
  7. While 32 Maclean cousins' participation in the D-Day Landings have been confirmed, ongoing research has identified 60 more potential cousins with sirnames from the Septs of the Clan Maclean. The actual number of Macleans who participated in the invasion of Normandy is believed to be closer to
  8. MACLEAN, ALLAN, army officer; b. at Torloisk on the island of Mull, Scotland, third son of Major Donald Maclean, fifth laird of Torloisk, and Mary Campbell; m. 4 Feb. in London, England, to Janet Maclean; d. 18 Feb. in London, without issue. Like many of his Highland contemporaries, Allan Maclean joined the Jacobite army in