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Scottish sea captain who was hired to protect British shipping in the Indian Ocean and then was accused of piracy and hanged (1645-1701)

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WWP) brought injured veterans to tour the USS Kidd as part of its Alumni program.
Kidd, born in Scotland in the mid-1600s, roamed the seas until 1701 when he was executed for piracy.
Queen of the South star Lewis Kidd spent five years in the Hoops youth set-up before being released.
And while mention of her reported break-up with husband of four months David Blakeley is met with a polite but firm "no comment", Kidd is happy to chat about the new programme.
I thought it would be too much to bring him out and back (today)," says Kidd, her eyes brightening as she discusses "Indie".
Background: Kidd received his bachelor's degree in poultry science from the University of Arkansas in 1990, earning his master's degree there in 1991.
The state psychiatric board decided to have Kidd mentally evaluated to determine whether she could be admitted to Pendleton Cottage, a state-run 16-bed secured residence in Pendleton for people who have entered state custody after being found guilty of crimes except for reason of insanity.
He was predeceased by his parents, John and Frances Kidd; in-laws Elory and Hattie Wilder, Eugene Wilder and Sally Kidd.
Samantha Kidd, 44, from Seaford, East Sussex, pleaded guiltily to four counts of assault before she was due to start a two-day trial in June.
Samantha Kidd, 44, pleaded not guilty in January to claims she beat the 54-year-old wheelchair-bound star over a four-month period, and a trial was set to start next Tuesday.
Kidd was detained at Dulles International Airport in 2003 as he prepared to fly to Saudi Arabia to study.
Well, A big huge congratulations to the aforementioned Mr Kidd.
Mr Kidd, who passed away last week at 79, was a matrimonial lawyer and chairman of The Mercantile Building Society.
The earliest stirrings of revival occurred in New England parishes in the 1670s, Kidd observes, as a result of covenant renewal ceremonies or the powerful preaching of such "early evangelicals" as Solomon Stoddard and Samuel Torrey (8).
After his good father's words, Richard Kidd could perhaps have placed John Moores, the pools millionaire and arts' patron, as his second guide.