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Edmund Bannerman         
Edmund Bannerman (1832 – 17 April 1903) was a journalist, newspaper proprietor, solicitor and man of public affairs in the British colony of the Gold Coast. He was one of many members of the Bannerman family who flourished in the 19th-century Gold Coast in various public activities.
Frances Bannerman         
Frances Jones Bannerman
Frances Bannerman (née Jones) (1855 – 1944) was a Canadian painter and poet. She painted in oil and watercolour and made black and white illustrations.
Edward Ramsay         
  • 7 Darnaway Street, Edinburgh
  • Dean Ramsay's grave, St John's
  • The Dean Ramsay Memorial on [[Princes Street]]
  • Memorial to Dean Ramsay, St John's, Edinburgh
Edward Bannerman Ramsay; Edward Bannerman Ramsey; Edward Ramsey; Dean Ramsay
Edward Bannerman Ramsay FRSE LLD (17 January 1793– 27 December 1872), usually referred to as Dean Ramsay, was a clergyman of the Scottish Episcopal Church, and Dean of Edinburgh in that communion from 1841, has a place in literature through his Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character, which had gone through 22 editions at his death. It is a book full of the personality of the author, and preserves many traits and anecdotes.