Sir John Skene, Lord Curriehill (1549–1617) was a Scottish prosecutor, ambassador, and judge. He was involved in the negotiations for the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark. He was regent in St Mary's College, St Andrews from 1564-5 and became an advocate in 1575.

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  • Sir John Skene, Lord Curriehill (1549–1617) was a Scottish prosecutor, ambassador, and judge. He was involved in the negotiations for the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark. He was regent in St Mary's College, St Andrews from 1564-5 and became an advocate in 1575. (en)
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  • Sir John Skene, Lord Curriehill (1549–1617) was a Scottish prosecutor, ambassador, and judge. He was involved in the negotiations for the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark. He was regent in St Mary's College, St Andrews from 1564-5 and became an advocate in 1575. (en)
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