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  • National Archives of Scotland
    National Archives of Scotland

    The National Archives of Scotland is the government department responsible for the custody and preservation of the records of the government of Scotland. The Archvie h old records spanning the 12th to the 21st centuries, touching on virtually every aspect of Scottish life. More information can be

  • Timothy Neat
    Timothy Neat

    Born: 1943 in Cornwall First Book: Part Seen, Part Imagined: Meaning and Symbolism in the Work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald (Canongate, 1994) Awards: Short-listed for the 1995 McVitie First Book of the Year Award and won a Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year prize

  • John Neil Munro
    John Neil Munro

    John Neil Munro was born in Campbeltown and raised in Stornoway. He studied modern and economic history at Glasgow University then completed a postgraduate journalism course in Cardiff during the late 1980s. His previous publications include The Sensational Alex Harvey (Firefly Publishing,

  • Neil Stacy
    Neil Stacy

    Neil Stacy read History at Oxford (BA, 1962 and DPhil, 1970) and spent many years working in the theatre and TV before returning to historical research. He has produced books on the estates of the abbeys of Glastonbury and Shaftesbury, and contributed articles to scholarly journals and to the

  • Michael Newton
    Michael Newton

    Michael Newton is a lecturer in the Celtic Studies department of St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. He was awarded a Ph.D. in Celtic Studies from the University of Edinburgh and is a leading authority on the literature and cultural legacy of Scottish Highland immigrant communities in

  • Norman S. Newton
    Norman S. Newton

    Norman S. Newton was born and brought up on the south side of Glasgow, emigrating to New Zealand at the age of 12. Moving on to the USA with his family after four years, he attended college and university in Tennessee and Indiana, returning to Scotland in 1971 to start his career as a librarian

  • Neymar Jr and Neymar Sr
    Neymar Jr and Neymar Sr

    Neymar da Silva Santos Junior is one of the most iconic players in football, a superstar for Barcelona FC and the greatest name in modern-day Brazilian sport. But Neymar would not have become the player that he has without his father, Neymar Sr, who has been a steady and influential guide in his

  • W. F. H. Nicolaisen
    W. F. H. Nicolaisen

    W.F.H. Nicolaisen was Head of the Scottish Place Name Survey in the School of Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh from 1956 to 1969. Since his retirement as Distinguished Professor of English and Folklore at the State University of New York in Binghamton in 1992, he has been attached

  • Alexander Nicolson
    Alexander Nicolson

    Alexander Nicolson, later known as Sheriff Nicolson, was born on 27th September, 1827 in Husabost on the Isle of Skye . He was educated at the University of Edinburgh where he abandoned his calling to the ministry of the Free Church of Scotland and worked as a journalist before turning

  • Nige Tassell
    Nige Tassell

    Nige Tassell has been a journalist for more than twenty years. He has written extensively about sport for a range of titles, including FourFourTwo, The Guardian, 220 Triathlon, The Word and BBC History. He was the editor and writer of World in Motion, chronicling the history of the England team

  • Ian Nimmo
    Ian Nimmo

    Ian Nimmo was a newspaper editor for 21 years before his retirement. He spent a lifetime in journalism serving eight newspapers, three of them as editor. In Edinburgh, he was editor of the Evening News for twelve years and the former editor of the old Weekly Scotsman . He also worked for a time

  • Norman H. Reid
    Norman H. Reid

    Norman Reid is an Honorary Research Fellow at the School of History, University of St Andrews. He was previously Head of Special Collections and Assistant Director of Library Services, University of St Andrews.