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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

18 Sep 1929

A Dundee Landslide : Perth Laird's Fiancee : Car That Comes To Bits A CHARMING S TUDY—A new portrait of Lady Margaret Douglas-Hamiiton. second daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Hamilton and Brandon, whose fiance is Mr James Drummond-Hay of Seggieden

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

11 Jul 1904

present, that being his last public appearance, and was touching 6ight to see the young beautiful Countess graciously pinning a buttonhole in the old laird's coat, and his evident pleasure at receiving that little favour. From the time his marriage the hon

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

18 Feb 1925

Perthshire. Married Twice. Sir James married twice. His first wife was Mary, daughter of Mr W. Scott Kerr, and who died in 1868. He later married Charlotte, daughter of William Stewart of Ardvorlich. The second Lady Ramsay died in 1904, and is buried in the grounds

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

9 Aug 1949

DEATH OF FRIOCKHEIM LAIRD Captain Evan Bruce- Gardyne, D. 5.0., R.N. (Retd.), who died in Stracathro Hospital at the age of 64, inherited the estate of Middleton, Friockheim, on the death of his cousin, Miss Mary Bruce-Gardyne, in 1927. He entered the

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Feb 1908

two daughters, also his aged mother, who is in France, and his two sisters, one of whom is Mrs Jacobs, the well-known authoress Interloper and Sheep-Stealer, two popular novels. Like his father, he was 42 years of age at his death.

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Dundee Advertiser

Dundee Advertiser Angus, Scotland

6 Aug 1890

Aitillery Militia, Captain and Mrs Carnegie of Lour, Mr and Mrs Lind«ay Carnegy of Kinhlethmont, Mr and Mrs Chalmers Aldbar, Mr and Miss Campbell of Stracathro, Mr and Mrs M. Campbell, Miss Capel and Miss Evelyn Capel, the Very Rev. Dean Crabb and the Misses

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

14 Jul 1909

succeeded to the estate of Invergowrie on the death of his uncle, Mr Alex. Clayhills, in 1865, and he assumed the additional name of Henderson on succeeding his mother's estate of Hallyards, near Alyth. During his possession of the estates the Captain executed

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

25 Mar 1935

Angus Laird's Son Christened: Too Many Herring: Dundee and Perth Weddi ng LAIRD'S SON CHRISTENED—Mr and Mrs John de Bourbel Stansfeld, Dunninald. near Montrose, with their son. John Ralph Wiimot. after his christening in the Church of St Mary and St Peter

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1953

Also attending the wedding will be the factor, Mr P. T. Sutherland, whose son is his assistant. The employees, tenants, feuars and others in the district have subscribed for a wedding gift for the young laird. It will be presented after the honeymoon. The

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

28 Dec 1944

Langtry (Lady de Bathe) and had three sons and one daughter. His heir is Lieut.- Colonel Gcorg-e Iu» , _ Malcolm, ot the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. . When at His Scottish castle Sir l the kilts and trappings of a Scottish laird „d his servants

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

27 Jan 1930

ON TO YOUNG CARSE LAIRD presentation was made on Saturday Mr Jame» Drummond Hay of Perth, by the tenants of the estate on the occasion of his approaching marriage with Lady Margaret Dotxgla# Hariiilton. Seated is tho oM.tr* the Mrs Hay, James Urummond

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

18 Aug 1915

her lips. Why! is that you, Mrs Laird?' she exclaimed, her quick wit ready for the occasion. I suppose you've come down to Peggy about this sad trouble we're in? What,j haven't you heard about it? I And before Mrs Laird could answer, she was dragged

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

24 Aug 1915

get on splendidly. Mrs Laird could hardly speak for her own grief and when at last the guard blew his whistle and waved his flag she gave way and W A t b or^r helped Peggy find her way back the waiting cab, and she was glad of his arm for was a frosty

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

12 Aug 1915

completely for the present. Then the last farewells were said. Take care of our child. Dawson, said Mr Laird, shaking his son-in-law's hand, whilst Mrs Laird stood with Peggy her arms, seemingly unwilling to part with her. Don't forget your mother, dear

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Dundee People's Journal

Dundee People's Journal Angus, Scotland

23 Jun 1888

did ac. “Hates Udny.” Then he dived hi* hand into his pocket, produced the letter and pitched it down beside the bares, adding, “An’ letter frse the Laird Waterton. Ju*t marching off Ligertwood started and crie.l— Hi; stop, my man. l)o you think that#

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Dundee People's Journal

Dundee People's Journal Angus, Scotland

7 Jun 1873

and the with Laird and his family were deep The deceased about of amiable dispoMlion. and much respsetsi hji. * Jackson, the newly to Laird, conducted worship mtheFweCtaßia sSyid feelingly alluded to the eal bemimti which tfceir had Mis. Laird wa. a legatee

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Arbroath Guide

Arbroath Guide Angus, Scotland

10 Dec 1927

of the uprights eonstituted his star Iwrfornuu u in aMu jersey. Increasing calls made upon the young hayfield kerept•r only to gi% e 1.111- i/1111..1V 1.. his 111111 , 11111 i. Merciless at tacks of the ,topoisition I his cliarge bu until just le•fore

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

11 Jul 1924

Foreman. Mr and Mrs G. G. Milne, Milne. Mrs Fad& Mr J. Noel Johnston. MOW tromp Mr Gavin Ralston, Glemis; Mr and Mrs Abel, Ladybridge Mrs Wright. Elie; Mr I). M. Watt. Helerisborgh • Captain Jas. Cumming. Dundee; Mr G. M. Wills, Hillside • Mr H. E. Spew*

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

13 Nov 1928

displeased with the first of his three wives because she had borne hiin five daughters and no son. Tradition, she says, recounts briefly that fell in love with Leslie, and Dame Lilias (his first wife) died. He brought his new bride to the Castle, and

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Montrose Standard

Montrose Standard Angus, Scotland

18 Nov 1932

in birds whose Mr T.C. Lawson, solicitor, representing the Misses A. Glenbervie said that blackhead is an inherited disease, a Bygone Time: The Laird of Balnamoon Hone.; Mr and Mrs A. Burnett ex-Provo t and the Laird of Montbuddo. Mr James The Last Post

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