James III


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James III

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(Biography) 1451–88, king of Scotland (1460–88), son of James II
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When you step inside, pause and let your eyes adjust.The stones in front of you are the remains of King James III's tomb - so don't climb on them.
The pair of portrait miniatures sold alongside another single miniature of James Stuart, known as King James III to supporters, which went for PS5,250.
The monarch had granted Paisley burgh status in 1488 and was absolved in Paisley Abbey for involvement in the murder of his father, King James III, at the Battle of Sauchieburn.
The Highland clans, who were generally Catholic, believed his son James III had more right to the throne.
1715 - English pretender to the throne James III lands at Peterhead.
James was the husband of Carol (nee Joyce); father of James III (Ann), Maryalice, Edward (Juli), Donald (Susan), Daniel (Cheryl) and the late John (Jodi); grandfather of 10; great-grandfather of 4; brother of the late Patricia (William) Ryan and survived by many great friends.
Three decades later, his son, Jim Jr., played two varsity seasons at quarterback before a shift to tailback.<br />And then after another three decades passed, James III guided the Barons offense for three years before moving on to Yale University, where he played NCAA Division I lacrosse for four years.<br />That's a lot of passes thrown in a Brighton uniform by someone named Jim Ryan (although Jim III goes by James).<br />The tradition of succession continued to the workplace.
Leonard James III, chair of the NAACP Image Awards committee, said last year that a long record of fighting for civil rights is behind the significant African-American gains.
1488: James III of Scotland is defeated and killed at the Battle of Sauchieburn by rebels who used his young son as a figurehead: the son became king as James IV and wore a heavy iron chain for the rest of his life as penance for his part in his father's death.
After Black Lightning (Cress Williams) and Tobias Whale's (Marvin "Krondon" James III) showdown at Garfield High (http://www.ibtimes.com/black-lightning-episode-12-spoilers-tobias-causes-trouble-garfield-high-video-2670312) last episode , the two will again go head to head with each other in this week's Season 1 finale.
In the 15th century, when King James III was in power, gold coins appeared with the unicorn on them.
While she argues convincingly that the piece should be read as a criticism of James III, her conclusions are sometimes implausible.