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  1. General Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet GCB (6 December 1757 – 18 August 1829) was a British military leader. He was born at Newbyth House in Haddingtonshire, Scotland, the son of an Edinburgh merchant family,[1] and entered the British Army in 1772. He was sent to India in 1779 with the 73rd (afterwards 71st) Highlanders, in which he was a captain. Immediately on his arrival, Baird was ...

  2. 9 de abr. de 2022 · David Tennent Baird. Internationally renowned reproductive endocrinologist. He was born in Glasgow, UK, on March 13, 1935 and died in Edinburgh, UK on Feb 12, 2022 aged 86 years. “The single most important European clinical scientist in reproductive biology and medicine”, said Professor Johannes Evers in 2002, when granting honorary ...

  3. 31 de jan. de 2019 · Work. Works at Making Life Better w/ David Baird. January 31, 2019 - Present. Founding Pastor at Love Church. 1999 - Present. Campuses in Manassas, Warrenton & Winchester. College. No schools to show. High school.

  4. 24 de mai. de 2018 · General Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet GCB (6 December 1757 – 18 August 1829) was a British military leader. He was born at Newbyth House in Haddingtonshire, Scotland, the son of an Edinburgh merchant family, [1] and entered the British Army in 1772. He was sent to India in 1779 with the 73rd (afterwards 71st) Highlanders, in which he was a ...

  5. David Baird, one of the country’s most eminent figures in the field of obstetrics, gynaecology and reproductive biology, died on 12th February 2022 at the age of 86. Reflections on his life and contributions shared by former colleagues, associates, trainees and patients testify to an unparalleled reputation as a research leader, teacher and ...

  6. Born in Camden, New Jersey to Senator David Baird, Baird Jr. graduated from Lawrenceville School in 1899 and from Princeton University in 1903. Like his father, he engaged in the lumber business and banking in Camden from 1903 to 1929. On November 30, 1929, Baird was appointed as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy ...

  7. This enormous picture was commissioned after Sir David Baird’s death by his wife, Lady Baird, as a private memorial. It took four years to complete, and for Baird’s posthumous likeness, Wilkie turned to a sculpture by the Scottish artist, Laurence Macdonald (NG 2719).