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  • County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

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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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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

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 Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Jan 1944

consisting of Cmdr. and Mrs Fellowes-Gordon, Major and Mrs M'Kenzie, Mr James M'Gillivray. the Rev. J. Youngson, of Tullynessle, the Rev. T. K. Palmer, of Clatt, and Mr George Taylor. After this Mr Wm. Tough, chairman, introduced Mr M'Gillivray, who as the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Jul 1937

Civic welcome to laird and his bride at Tulloch Castle.— Provost Macrae and Dingwall Town Councillors delivering address of welcome to Mr A D Vickers of Tulloch and his wife, who is a New Zealand lady.

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

30 Jan 1937

between the house of Cluny and the tenants and estate workers, and Mr Linzee Gordon, with his just and kindly ways, his ready sympathy and help and his deep practical interest in his people's material and social welfare, maintained the traditions of the

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Aberdeen Weekly Journal

Aberdeen Weekly Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Nov 1940

The others were Mr John Cook, Mr Charles Cook and Mr Robert Cook. FUNERAL SERVICE Mrs Reid is survived by Dr Walter Reid and three sons—Mr Charles Reid, who is in the London office of Messrs James Meston and Co., chartered ac’countants; Mr Walter Reid, who

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

25 Jan 1937

was addressed by Mrs Gammack. After supper came a musical programme, including solos by Mrs Anderson, Mrs Duthie, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Greig, and Mr Cruickshank; duet by Mr and Mrs Anderson; recitations by Mrs Anderson, Mrs Gammack, and Mr Cruickshank; band

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1905

future to look to, said Mrs Bruce with that Mr.:if calm dignity which never forsook her, and which over-awed even the laird himself, when the lady took a different view from his own. Oh May's future will be all right, said the laird, thinking aloud rather

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 Mar 1936

ceremony are Lady Munro of Foulis, Sir Robert and Lady Brooke of I Fearn, Lady Marjorie Mackenzie of Gairloch, Major and Mrs Munro Ferguson of Assynt, and Major and Mrs Stirling of Stratligarve. A reception will be held at Castle Leod, which Lady Cromartio

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Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Aug 1910

young laird on his right and broader, Mrs Bisset on hi , left. Mr James Mitchell, Kirk- feet of 1 town Mills, and Mr Bagrie, Beggshill, were Bisect i croupiers. buoyant The dinner was a sumptuous one—admirably n prepared and served by Mr and Mrs Gordon

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1929

honoured the laird, Mr Thomas Innes, and his wife, Lady Lucy Innes, yesterday evening. PORTRAIT OF Lady Lucy Innes of Learney presented last night. The artist is Mr Hill Thomson. ■ ELGIN'S REPRESENTATIVES at the Jamboree—Scoutmaster Paterson and his contingent

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1999

11325. PICKET PIECE (NOD Nidalsonl3ll 3 —2522 P. SYMONDS NI (152)J FlzGoralds ID 13 4 P 4125 BRONIIAU.0*(111) Mrs B MANS 103 6 —103'.5 LONG ROOM LADY (IRE) (I) N Tri14t044615 10 0 Upselyn Slew 7- ROAM Pme. Symmis Im, 6.1 Phir UNA *ask 7-1 Lang Row Lack A-

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Jul 1944

Passes to Young Laird By a Staff Reporter WHEN Major David George lan Gordon comes north to take possession of the Haddo House estate, which has been transferred to him by his uiicle, the Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, the new laird will not experience

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jul 1930

proceedings were brought. Sir Alexander Gordon-Cumming gave evidence. Has Mr Behar any right to the picture asked the judge. Sir Alexander —No. Mr Juntice Swift —And you want it back ? —I do. Mr Justice Swift—Then you shall have it. Judgment was afterwards entered

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

17 Dec 1924

much attention towards securing the beautifying his gardens, and in the care of his forests and the culture of his broad acres. A Keen Farmer. Lt.-Col. Ferguson was an ardent supporter of the Aberdeen-Angus breed cattle. As far back as 1869 he founded

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

25 Dec 1969

But, she explained, the laird had lived Kent for than 30 years and all his interests they- included yachting and those his grown-up family were,there, and none of them felt like settling in Aberdeenshire. Although the former laird, the late Commander G

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Apr 1987

Buahell (1«) 87: MUs R, Dunsmulr (8)'88. Mrs 8, Bain (141. Mrs wnyte Mrs J. Davidson <2Bl 69, Mrs C. Higgins (23) Mrs D R. b Scott (19) 71: Mrs O D. Knowles (26). Mrs R Petrie (29). Mrs OF. Webster 1 19) 74. ABERDEEN SCH

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Apr 1927

attendance of ladies and gentlemen. Accompanying the chairman were Oal. Liltburn, Mr and Mrs Farquhar of Craiglarach.; Major Nicol of BaHogie; Capt. Davidson, Balnagask; Colonel Ogilvie, Aberdeen; Col. Forsyth, and Mr Ogilvie, jun. Mrs who is in the south

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1950

estate workers and their families, but also to Lady Sempill and her three daughters, Janet, Bridget and Kirstie. It was Lord Sempill's secret. His recorded message was flown to this country addressed to Mr W. R. D. M'Naughton, the estate factor. None of

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