Kirkaldy

   KIRKALDY, county of Fife.
   See Kirkcaldy.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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  • Kirkaldy [1] — Kirkaldy (spr. Kerrkáldi), 1) District in der schottischen Grafschaft Fife; 2) Stadt am Frith of Forth; Hafen, Schiffbau, Fabriken in Leinen u. Baumwolle, Visengießereien, Maschinenbau, Salzwerke, Seebäder; Eisenbahnverbindung mit den umliegenden …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Kirkaldy [2] — Kirkaldy (K. von Grange), geb. um 1518 in Schottland, war in auswärtigen Kriegsdiensten u. schloß sich bei seiner Rückkehr nach Schottland der Partei des Grafen von Murray an, obgleich er insgeheim Maria Stuart liebte; 1567 rieth er derselben,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Kirkaldy — (Kerrkäldy), schott. Stadt am Meerbusen des Forth mit 6500 E., Hafen, Salzwerken, Seefahrt, Baumwolle und Eisenfabriken …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Kirkaldy, David — SUBJECT AREA: Metallurgy, Ports and shipping [br] b. 4 April 1820 Mayfield, Dundee, Scotland d. 25 January 1897 London, England [br] Scottish engineer and pioneer in materials testing. [br] The son of a merchant of Dundee, Kirkaldy was educated… …   Biographical history of technology

  • Kirkaldy Testing Museum — infobox London museum name= Kirkaldy Testing Museum established= 1983 location= Southwark, London SE1, England tube= Southwark website= NoneThe Kirkaldy Testing Museum is a museum in Southwark, south London, England, located on the site of David… …   Wikipedia

  • David Kirkaldy — (1820–1897) was a Scottish engineer who pioneered the testing of materials as a service to engineers during the Victorian period. He established a test house in Southwark, London and built a large hydraulic tensile test machine, or tensometer for …   Wikipedia

  • George Willis Kirkaldy — (1873 , Clapham –1910, San Francisco) was an English, entomologist who specialised on Hemiptera.He was educated in England, then went to Hawaii in 1903 to work for the United States Department of Agriculture then for the Hawaiian Sugar Planters… …   Wikipedia

  • Roy Kirkaldy — (born in Australia) was a rugby league player for the Canterbury Bulldogs and for the New South Wales Rugby League team.ources* [http://www.bulldogs.com.au/main.php?page=player id=57 Roy Kirkaldy at bulldogs.com.au] …   Wikipedia

  • Hugh Kirkaldy — (1865–1894) was a Scottish golfer from the Home of Golf St Andrews. He won the 1891 Open Championship, which was played over the Old Course at St Andrews. The tournament was played in October, in rough weather, and his winning score was 166 for… …   Wikipedia

  • Andrew Kirkaldy — was a Scottish golfer. In the 1891 Open Championship his brother Hugh beat him by two shots and he finished second alongside Willie Fernie …   Wikipedia

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