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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Jan 1963

What had their laird and his lady chosen as. a wedding present from them 0 Mr Q'.adston* told them a ,n that and his wife had chosen to buy . . •u.th the princely sum subscribed bv you . . . 15n-year-o!d water colour b Fielding, two small sketches bv Edward

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Sep 1911

WELL-KNOWN HORTICULTURIST. The death plaoe at his residence Saturday of Mr Robert Laird, the firm of R. B. and Sons, Isfcd., nurserymen and seedsmen, Edinburgh. For some time past Mr I>aird had not been his usual robust health, and on the of last month

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Aug 1930

, Honourable Lady Reid, Mr Udnv, Mrs Harner. Mrs Scott-EMiot, Lady Glivia Evelyn Arthur, Mrs Scott Elliot, Lady Olivia Trevor, Sir Sydney and Lady Gammell. Miss and Janie Luinsderr. Mrs Innes and friend, CoJ. and Mrs Davidson. Mr and View article

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Feb 1937

winter sports at Klosters. Mrs Stewart-Mackenzie, who is a sister of Lord Lyell of Kinnordy, comes of an old Angus family, but she has a link with the Highlands, too, in that her mother, Mrs Lvell, is the eldest daughter of the late Mr Vernon J. Watney of Fannich

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

29 Apr 1927

and Mrs Neil Ross, The Garage. Bridge Street. tenants —Mr John Leys, Oairnhill; Mrs Garden and Mr Fred Garden, Cairnhill Moss;. Mr and Mrs and Mr Youngson. jr., Cross-stone; Mr and Mrs Wm. Henderson, GhapelhaU; Mrs A. Ltavid&on, Claymires Craft; Mr and

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1955

the laird's eldest son. Before the marrianc made public John was d'a Barbara told the laird wife there might be but Lady Busta rr‘i;; accept the marriage. became ill and when her marriage wore missing. Another claimant Many years later by Lady Bu.-ta

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1910

THE YOUNG LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE.” Allan, Stockbridge, then proposed the toast of the afternoon —** Mr Harry Pirie Gordon and his Bride.” He said was about six years ago that they met there lost ou the occasion of Mr Harry Pirie Gordon’s majority. They wished

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1891

said that when his boy succeeded to the estate he hoped he would be on as good terms with them as his father seemed to be, and that, as Mr Robertson had remarked, he would be an improvement on his father. (Laughter i and applause.) Mr Eses next gave the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1891

of Rothie•tst : Cairnhill; and Mr Robertson, Briehca*! ; and on the l«ft by Mr Smith, Mams of Mr Watt, Monedie ; Mr Cowrie, T--norv: and Mr Anderson. North of Scotland The Rer. Mr Allan was After dinner (purveyed by Mrs Steele The gave the usual loyal

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1921

Eallogic and Mrs Nicol; Mr A. F. Irvine of Drum, Mrs Irvine of Stralonh, Mr and Mrs Quentin Irvine; Mr Ogilvie Forbes of Boyndlie and Mrs Forbes; the Hon. Mrs John, Abovne; Mrs Pelliam Clinton, Miss Burnett Ramsay, Mrs Thursby Pelham. Mrs i&oott-Elliott

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Aberdeen Free Press

Aberdeen Free Press Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Apr 1894

laird and Lady Halifax. Captain and l.a lv Sutton, Lady Susan Sutton, Lelv Lip-. I,* Hobhonae, fcadv Clinton, Hon. Misaes Hoo.l, Sir Charles, Laily. I Crawford, Eirl and Counter-- trmwhv, S John.and Lady Oinstance Mr aw) M Sevan Forteacue, Sir R»-dver-«

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1906

LADY HENY GORDON. WHY SHE MARRIED THE LAIRD OF HALLEIF.AD. One of the meet extreerdinary incidents is Gordan°logy 1 the inarrisee of Lady Henrietta Gordon with Robert Gordon of Railhead. Lady Heerietta ass one of the eleven children of William, 'scone

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Mar 1934

during his last illness he constantly spoke to those around him the Doric. He was also no mean player the bagpipes. Keen Curler. All his life he was a gr*eat sportsman and a good man hounds. In his youth he was a well-known amateur jockey, Tiding hi 3 own

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1998

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

26 Oct 1909

ceremony originated in Lady Haddo's drawing-room, when her friend Mrs Skinner suggested that she might send a letter to Mr Donaldson Rose Thom, the secretary of the University. She wrote this letter, and had to thank Mr Thom for his courtesy and kindness

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1928

in person, but Mrs Ainslie took his place. The deputation, sixteen in number, assembled at the Home Farm, and headed by Piper Findlater, V.C., marched to the castle, where thoy were received in the dining-room by Mrs Ainslie, Mr and Mrs Julian Grant Duff

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Aug 1906

THE LAIRD AND HIS OONSORT. Mr Leslie then proposed the health of Mr and Mrs ''Hardy. He was very glad, he said, to see Mr ''Hardy looking so well, and he hoped be would long continue to do so. He thought it a pity that this toast should have fallen

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1900

opinion* expressed about Mr Dufl, as a gentleman and a proprietor. (L beers.) Mr Duncan then called upon Mr Charles Tocher, who has been 62 years a tenant on the Hatton estate, and the oldest in the district, to light the huge bonfire. Mr Moggach generously

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

28 Jun 1955

THE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE The Laird of Pennan and his Dutch bride received a grand welcome home from the village folk last week. Mr David S. Watt, who became the Laird when his father died last year, has been in Holland for the past two years as geologist

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Aberdeen Free Press

Aberdeen Free Press Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Oct 1892

tn© defender. Pursuers agent-Mr H. M‘Lennar., advocate. Defender’s agent—Mr A. Black law, solicitor. Mketixc Scotch Railway M*v.—a of »1I c!of railway men bald in veaterday under the auapioM of Scottish Railway Men's Union. Mr Sampson prt*- sided. Paisley

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