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Who was born in the same town as David Hagen?

  • David Carruthers
    David Carruthers

    David Carruthers (born September, 1957 in Edinburgh, Scotland), the CEO and a board member of online gambling company BETonSPORTS plc

  • Danny Alexander
    Danny Alexander

    Daniel Grian Alexander (born 15 May 1972), the Scottish politician and the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey

  • Daniel Wilson
    Daniel Wilson
    Daniel Wilson

    Sir Daniel Wilson (January 5, 1816 – August 6, 1892), the Scottish-born Canadian archaeologist, ethnologist and author

  • David Christie
    David Christie

    David Christie, PC (October 1, 1818 - 14 December 1880), the Canadian politician

  • David Dalrymple
    David Dalrymple

    Sir David Dalrymple, 3rd Baronet, Lord Hailes (October 28, 1726 – November 29, 1792), the Scottish advocate, judge and historian, born in Edinburgh

  • David Maxwell Fyfe
    David Maxwell Fyfe

    David Patrick Maxwell Fyfe, 1st Earl of Kilmuir GCVO, PC, KC, known as Sir David Maxwell Fyfe from 1942 to 1954 and as The Viscount Kilmuir from 1954 to 1962, the British Conservative politician

  • Ian Murray
    Ian Murray

    Ian William Murray (born 20 March 1981), the Scottish professional association football player who plays for his home town club

  • Craig Gordon
    Craig Gordon

    Craig Sinclair Gordon (born 31 December, 1982 in Edinburgh), the Scottish footballer, currently playing as a goalkeeper for both Sunderland and the Scotland national team

  • Craig Dargo
    Craig Dargo
    Craig Dargo

    Craig Peter Dargo (born 3 January 1978 in Edinburgh), the Scottish professional footballer who joined Dundee FC of the Scottish 1st Division on a two year contract as of May 2011 after being released by SPL team St Mirren

  • Charles Middleton
    Charles Middleton

    Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham PC (14 October 1726 - 17 June 1813), the British naval officer and politician

  • Charles Alexander Stevenson
    Charles Alexander Stevenson
    Charles Alexander Stevenson

    Charles Alexander Stevenson (born 1855, Edinburgh; died 1950), the lighthouse engineer who built twenty three lighthouses in and around Scotland

  • George Swinton
    George Swinton
    George Swinton

    Captain George Sitwell Campbell Swinton, DL (10 May 1859-17 January 1937), the long serving Scottish politician and officer of arms

  • Charlie Aitken
    Charlie Aitken

    Charles Alexander Aitken (Charlie) (born 5 January1942 in Edinburgh, Scotland), the Scottish footballer

  • Colin Nish
    Colin Nish
    Colin Nish

    Colin Nish (born 7 March 1981, in Edinburgh), the Scottish professional footballer currently playing for Scottish Premier League club Kilmarnock

  • Christophe Berra
    Christophe Berra

    Christophe Michael Berra (born 31 January 1985 in Edinburgh), the Scottish international footballer who plays as a defender for Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • Ian Charleson
    Ian Charleson

    Ian Charleson, the Scottish actor in whose honour The Ian Charleson Awards, the established Born and raised in Edinburgh, Charleson attended the Royal High School and then went on to attend the University of Edinburgh

  • David Monro
    David Monro
    David Monro

    The Honourable Dr Sir David Monro (27 March 1813 - 15 February 1877), the New Zealand politician

  • Francis Maitland Balfour
    Francis Maitland Balfour

    Francis Maitland Balfour (November 10, 1851 - July 19, 1882), the British biologist

  • Francis Jeffrey
    Francis Jeffrey

    Francis Jeffrey, Lord Jeffrey (October 23, 1773 - January 26, 1850), the Scottish judge and literary critic

  • Hew Lorimer
    Hew Lorimer

    Hew Martin Lorimer (22 May 1907 – 1 September 1993), the Scottish sculptor

  • Frederick Innes
    Frederick Innes
    Frederick Innes

    Frederick Maitland Innes (11 August 1816 – 11 May 1882), Premier of Tasmania from 4 November 1872 to 4 August 1873

  • Garry O'Connor
    Garry O'Connor

    Garry Lawrence O'Connor (born May 7, 1983), the Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Lokomotiv Moscow in the Russian Premier League

  • Henry Brougham
    Henry Brougham

    Henry Peter Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, 1778-1868, British statesman, b. Edinburgh

  • Francis Cadell
    Francis Cadell

    Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell RSA (12 April 1883 - 6 December 1937), the Scottish Colourist painter, renowned for his depictions of the elegant New Town interiors of his native Edinburgh, and for his work on Iona

  • Ewen Bremner
    Ewen Bremner

    Ewen Bremner (born 23 January, 1972), the British actor of Scottish descent

  • Horatius Bonar
    Horatius Bonar

    Horatius Bonar (December 19, 1808 – May 31, 1889), the Scottish churchman and poet

  • David Mountbatten
    David Mountbatten

    The Most Honourable David Michael Mountbatten, 3rd Marquess of Milford Haven, styled Viscount Alderney before 1921 and Earl of Medina between 1921 and 1938, the son of the 2nd Marquess of Milford Haven and Countess Nadejda de Torby

  • Edmund Ironside
    Edmund Ironside

    Field Marshal William Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside GCB, CMG, DSO, (6 May 1880 - 22 September 1959), the British Army officer who served as Chief of the Imperial General Staff during the first year of the Second World War

  • Edmund Montgomery
    Edmund Montgomery

    Edmund Duncan Montgomery (March 19, 1835 – April 17, 1911), the Scottish philosopher, scientist and physician

  • Edwyn Collins
    Edwyn Collins

    Edwyn Collins (born August 23, 1959 in Edinburgh), the Scottish musician

  • Edmund Yates
    Edmund Yates
    Edmund Yates

    Edmund Hodgson Yates (July 3, 1831 - May 20, 1894), the British novelist and dramatist

  • Catriona Matthew
    Catriona Matthew
    Catriona Matthew

    Catriona Matthew (née Lambert) (born 25 August 1969), the Scottish professional golfer who plays mainly on the U.S. based LPGA Tour and is also a member of the Ladies European Tour

  • Charles Neaves
    Charles Neaves

    Charles Neaves, Lord Neaves FRSE (1800–1876), the Scottish advocate, judge, theologian and writer

  • Alan Combe
    Alan Combe

    Alan Combe (born 3 April 1974), the Scottish professional footballer and goalkeeper currently without a club having been released by Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premier League

  • Alexander Runciman
    Alexander Runciman

    Alexander Runciman (1736-October 4, 1785), the Scottish painter of historical and mythological subjects

  • James Graham
    James Graham

    James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose (1612 – 21 May 1650), the Scottish nobleman and soldier, who initially joined the Covenanters in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, but subsequently supported King Charles I as the English Civil War developed

  • Alexander Stuart
    Alexander Stuart
    Alexander Stuart

    Sir Alexander Stuart (Born Edinburgh, March 21, 1824; Died London June 16, 1886

  • James David Forbes
    James David Forbes
    James David Forbes

    James David Forbes FRS (20 April 1809 – 31 December 1868), the Scottish physicist who worked extensively on the conduction of heat, seismology and glaciology

  • Alexander Melville Bell
    Alexander Melville Bell

    Alexander Melville Bell (March 1, 1819 - August 7, 1905), teacher and father of Alexander Graham Bell (the inventor of the telephone), born in Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Alexander Mackenzie
    Alexander Mackenzie
    Alexander Mackenzie

    Sir Alexander Campell Mackenzie (22 August 1847 -- 28 April 1935), the Scottish composer best known for his oratorios, violin and piano pieces and works for the stage

  • Alexander Crum Brown
    Alexander Crum Brown

    Alexander Crum Brown FRSE FRS (26 March 1838 – 28 October 1922), the Scottish organic chemist

  • Albert Lothian
    Albert Lothian

    Albert James Lothian (1895-1952), the architect, first half of the 20th Century

  • James Dundas
    James Dundas
    James Dundas

    James Dundas VC (12 September 1842 – 23 December 1879), the Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces

  • James Denham-Steuart
    James Denham-Steuart

    Sir James Denham-Steuart, 7th Baronet (21 October 1712 - 26 November 1780), the British economist

  • Alexander Gordon Laing
    Alexander Gordon Laing

    Major Alexander Gordon Laing (27 December 1793 – 26 September 1826), the Scottish explorer and the first European to reach Timbuktu via the north/south route

  • Angus Morrison
    Angus Morrison
    Angus Morrison

    Angus Morrison, QC (January 20, 1822 - June 10, 1882), the Ontario lawyer and political figure

  • Ann Drummond-Grant
    Ann Drummond-Grant
    Ann Drummond-Grant

    Ann Drummond-Grant (1905 - September 11 1959), the English singer and actress, best known for her performances in contralto roles of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

  • James Hamilton
    James Hamilton
    James Hamilton

    James Hamilton, 6th Duke of Hamilton KT Doctor of Civil Laws(DCL) (10 July 1724-17 January 1758), the Scottish peer

  • Adam Black
    Adam Black

    Adam Black (February 10, 1784-January 24, 1874), the Scottish publisher

  • Basil Hall
    Basil Hall
    Basil Hall

    Basil Hall, FRS (31 December 1788 – 11 September 1844), the British naval officer from Scotland, a traveller, and an author

  • James Archer
    James Archer
    James Archer

    James Archer (1823-1904), the portrait-painter, born in Edinburgh

  • Bill Struth
    Bill Struth

    Bill Struth (1876–1956), the second manager of Rangers Football Club, leading the Club for 34 years between 1920 and 1954, as well as the holder of a number of other positions, including director

  • James Carnegie
    James Carnegie
    James Carnegie

    Sir James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk, 9th Baron Carnegie of Kinnaird and 9th Baron Carnegie, of Kinnaird and Leuchards KT, known as Sir James Carnegie of Kinnaird and of Pitcarrow, 6th Baronet and de jure of the other titles, from 1849 to 1855

  • James Braidwood
    James Braidwood

    James Braidwood (1800–1861) founded the world's first municipal fire service in Edinburgh in 1824, and, the first director of the London Fire Engine Establishment (the brigade which was eventually to become the London Fire Brigade)

  • Adam Gifford
    Adam Gifford
    Adam Gifford

    Adam, Lord Gifford (1820-20 January, 1887), the Scottish judge, born in Edinburgh

  • Tony Blair
    Tony Blair

    Tony Blair, UK politician and Prime Minister 1997 - 2007

  • James Grant Wilson
    James Grant Wilson
    James Grant Wilson

    James Grant Wilson (April 28, 1832 - February 1, 1914), the American soldier, editor, and author

  • Archibald Geikie
    Archibald Geikie
    Archibald Geikie

    Sir Archibald Geikie, OM, PRS (December 28, 1835 - November 10, 1924), Scottish geologist, born in Edinburgh

  • Harold Segerson Mahony (born February 13, 1867 in Edinburgh - died June 27, 1905), the male tennis player from Ireland

  • James Geikie

    James Geikie (23 August 1839-1915), the Scottish geologist and younger brother of Sir Archibald Geikie, he, born in Edinburgh

  • Henry Dunning Macleod (1821 - July 16, 1902), the Scottish economist

  • James Frederick Ferrier (June 16, 1808 - June 11, 1864), Scottish metaphysical writer, born in Edinburgh, the son of John Ferrier, writer to the signet

  • Ian Liddell-Grainger

    Ian Richard Peregrine Liddell-Grainger, Baron of Ayton (born 23 February 1959), the politician in the United Kingdom

  • Ivan Terrance Sanderson (January 30, 1911 – February 19, 1973), the naturalist and writer born in Edinburgh, Scotland

  • John Duncan Mackie CBE MC Hon. LLD (Glasgow) (1887-1978), the distinguished Scottish historian who wrote a one-volume history of Scotland as well as several works on early modern Scotland

  • John "Jack" Docherty (born 1962, Edinburgh), the Scottish comedian, writer and former television presenter

  • Ian Stewart

    Ian Macpherson M Stewart (born 15 July, 1929, Edinburgh), the Scottish Formula One driver

  • James Craig (born February 1, 1912 in Nashville, Tennessee; died June 28, 1985 in Santa Ana, California), the American actor

  • James Fraser McLuskey MC DD, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1983

  • Ian 'Charlie' McParland (born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 4 October 1961), the former striker who has recently made the step up into management when he became joint caretaker manager with Frank Barlow at

  • Ian Robertson

    Ian MacDonald Robertson (30 October 1912 – 21 July 2005), the High Court of Justiciary judge who contributed greatly to Scottish law

  • James Davis

    James Davis VC (February 1835 - 2 March 1893), the Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces

  • David Harrower (born in 1966 in Edinburgh), the Scottish playwright who (as of 2005) lives in Glasgow

  • Andy Irvine, now (2006) President of the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU), and a former Scottish international rugby player

  • Alexander Keith Johnston

    Alexander Keith Johnston (1844, November 11 in Edinburgh - 1879, June 28 in Tanzania), the Scottish explorer and geographer

  • Archibald Bishop

    Archibald Bishop (September 6, 1829 - April 1901), the Ontario political figure

  • Archibald Pitcairne (December 25, 1652 - October 20, 1713), Scottish physician, born at Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Sir William Benjamin Bowring Gammell, commonly known as Bill Gammell (born 29 December 1952), the Scottish sportsman and industrialist

  • Arthur Woodburn

    Arthur Woodburn (25 October 1890 - 1 June 1978), the Scottish Labour politician

  • Alexander Dyce (June 30, 1798 - May 15, 1869), the Scottish dramatic editor and literary historian

  • Alexander David Ferrier

    Alexander David Ferrier (November 13, 1813 - 1890?), the Ontario political figure

  • Adam Gib

    Adam Gib (April 14, 1714 – June 18, 1788), the Scottish religious leader, head of the Antiburgher section of the Scottish Secession Church

  • A. Thomas Alsbury

    Albert Thomas Alsbury (1904 – 21 July 1990), the 29th mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia from 1959 to 1962

  • Alain Baxter (born December 26, 1973), the professional skier from Scotland

  • Alan Longmuir, (b. June 20, 1949 in Edinburgh, Scotland), the bass guitarist for the massively successful 1970s pop group, the Bay City Rollers

  • Alan McLaren (born 4 January 1971 in Edinburgh), the former Scottish footballer who played for Hearts and Rangers

  • Billy Lyall (born William Lyall, on 26 March, 1953 in Edinburgh, Scotland - died in December, 1989), the keyboard player, and part-time vocalist with Pilot

  • Callum Innes (born 1962), the Scottish abstract painter and former Turner Prize nominee

  • Derek Riordan (born 16 January 1983, in Edinburgh), the professional footballer who currently plays for Scottish Premier League club Celtic F.C having signed in the summer of 2006

  • David McLetchie

    David McLetchie (born 6 August 1952; Edinburgh), the Scottish politician, and was, until 5 May 2011, a Member of the Scottish Parliament for the Edinburgh Pentlands constituency

  • Frederick Charles Thomson

    Sir Frederick Charles Thomson, 1st Baronet, KC (27 May 1875 – 21 April 1935), the Scottish Tory politician and lawyer

  • Frederick Guthrie Tait

    Frederick Guthrie Tait (January 11, 1870 - February 7, 1900), the Scottish soldier and amateur golfer

  • Gael Turnbull

    Gael Turnbull (7 April 1928 – 2 July 2004), the Scottish poet who was an important precursor of the British Poetry Revival

  • David MacRitchie (April 16, 1861 - January 14, 1925), the Scottish folklorist and antiquarian

  • David Hume, the 18th Century Scottish philosopher

  • Claire Goose (born 10 February, 1975), the British actress

  • Christopher Kasparek, the Scottish-born writer of Polish descent who has translated works by Ignacy Krasicki, Bolesław Prus, Florian Znaniecki, Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Marian Rejewski and Władysław Kozaczuk

  • Craig Stuart Sives (born 9 April 1986), the Scottish professional association football player who currently plays for Shamrock Rovers in the League of Ireland Premier Division

  • David Binning Monro

    David Binning Monro (November 16, 1836-August 22, 1905), the Scottish Homeric scholar

  • Professor Adam Jack Aitken (1921-1998), one of a long line of important Scottish lexicographers

  • George Manson (3 December 1850 - 27 February 1876), the Scottish watercolour painter born in Edinburgh

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