I. biographical name John 1648-1689 Graham of Claverhouse; Bonnie Dundee; 1st Viscount of Dundee Scottish Jacobite II. biographical name Martha 1893-1991 American choreographer & dancer III. biographical name Thomas 1805-1869 Scottish chemist IV. biographical name William Franklin 1918- Billy Graham American evangelist

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