Crawford, John Lindsay, Earl of, 1702-1749

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Dates:
Birth 1702-10-04
Death 1749-12-25

Biographical notes:

John Lindsay, earl of Crawford and Lindsay (1702-1749), was a soldier. A Scotsman, he fought all over Europe. He was a captain in the British army and was permitted to join the Imperial army under Prince Eugene. In 1738 he received the rank of general from the Czarina Anna and fought against the Turks. He returned to the imperial forces and continued to fight until the Peace of London of 1748.

From the guide to the Journal of a campaign with the Russian army against Turkey, 1737-1739, 1737-1739, (American Philosophical Society)

John Lindsay, earl of Crawford and Lindsay (1702-1749), was a soldier. A Scotsman, he fought all over Europe. He was a captain in the British army and was permitted to join the Imperial army under Prince Eugene. In 1738 he received the rank of general from the Czarina Anna and fought against the Turks. He returned to the imperial forces and continued to fight until the Peace of London of 1748.

From the guide to the Account of some campaigns of the British army from 1689 to 1712 and a journal of a campaign under Prince Eugene on the Upper Rhine, 1689-1735, 1689-1735, (American Philosophical Society)

John Lindsay, earl of Crawford and Lindsay (1702-1749), was a soldier. A Scotsman, he fought all over Europe. He was a captain in the British army and was permitted to join the Imperial army under Prince Eugene. In 1738 he received the rank of general from the Czarina Anna and fought against the Turks. He returned to the imperial forces and continued to fight until the Peace of London of 1748.

From the guide to the Journal of a voyage from the Thames to Russia and of campaigning with the Russian army, 1738-1739, 1738-1739, (American Philosophical Society)

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Subjects:

  • Beyond Early America

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Places:

  • Ireland (as recorded)
  • England (as recorded)
  • Russia (as recorded)
  • Russia (as recorded)
  • Hungary (as recorded)
  • Great Britain (as recorded)
  • Turkey (as recorded)