Videos tagged with "daughter"
Major William Bruce Gardyne of Middleton Memorial Gravestone Inverkeilor Scotland [00:42]
Tour Scotland video of the Major William Bruce Gardyne of Middleton memorial gravestone on visit to Inverkeilor, Angus. William Bruce Gardyne, Esquire, of Middleton, Major 37th regiment, born 1777, died 15th of June 1846. And his wife Catharine Cameron Bruce Gardyne, born 9th of November 1798, died 9th of October 1871. Also their children Anne, born 1826, died 15th of May 1831. James Macpherson, born 1828, died 23rd of April 1828. Agnes Mary, born 1835, died 25th of March 1847. Even Bruce Gardyne, Esquire, late Major 6th Royals, born 15th of April 1833, died 9th of September 1875, laid to rest in Dalhousie, Punjaub, India. Also Catherine his daughter, born 2nd of August 1873, died 6th of August 1874, laid to rest in Sealkote, Punjaub, India.The chiefly family of Garden or Gardyne of that Ilk are a very ancient family, who were proprietors in Angus from a remote period, and are first recorded in the locality of the Kirkdon of Angus in 1008 when they are called De Garthuen. First referred to, as the Gardyne of that Ilk, in the Ragman Roll of 1296 the clan was centred on Gardyne Castle and their lands of Cononsyth, Lawton and Middleton in the county of Angus.
Raits Of Anniston Memorial Gravestone Inverkeilor Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland video of the Raits of Anniston memorial gravestone on visit to Inverkeilor, Angus. In memory of John Rait Esquire of Anniston born 1748, died at Anniston 1823. And of his wife Elizabeth Guthrie, daughter of James Guthrie Esquire of Craigie who died in 1814 and of their children, William who died at Anniston in 1806, Georgina Henrietta who died in 1812, John who died in 1815, Agnes, wife of George Arbuthnott Esquire of Mavisbank third son of Sir William Arbuthnott, Bart. who died in London in 1842. Alexander who died in 1830 whilst home on sick leave from the Madras Cavalry. Murray who died at Anniston in 1819. JAMES who erected this monument is the only survivor. In loving memory of Walter Garnet Rait son of Arthur Rait of Anniston and of Kathleen Georgina his wife " Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori " And in ever loving memory of Eileen Anna Arbuthnott Rait of Anniston, who died on Thursday the 11th of January 1904, aged 23; only and much beloved daughter of Colonel Rait, CB of Anniston, and his wife Kathleen Georgina, youngest daughter of Walter Arbuthnott of Hatton, Montrose. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God: Matthew. V.VIII. Also Gertrude Jean Rait, daughter of the late James Rait Esquire of Anniston and Lady Clementina Rait his wife and sister of the above Colonel Arthur John Rait CB of Anniston who died at Annesley Arbroath on the 9th day of September 1922.
Mother Of Sir William Wallace Grave Dunfermline Fife Scotland [00:25]
Tour Scotland video of the grave of the mother of Sir William Wallace on visit to old graveyard by Dunfermline Abbey in Fife. W illiam Wallace was born on 1272 in Ellerslie, Scotland. He was the second of three sons of Sir Malcolm Wallace, a minor laird possessing little political power and nobility, and Margaret de Crauford, the daughter of Sir Reginald de Crauford, the Sheriff of Ayr. William Wallace was educated at home by his mother, then given schooling and religious education by the monks of Paisley Abbey. Traditions surrounding Dunfermline tell that Sir William wanted to erect a monument to his mother after her death in 1280, but did not have time to do so, thus he planted a thorn tree instead. The Dunfermline Abbey Kirk Session Burial Register records burials by marking them from that Thorn Tree, a singular honor. The thorn tree stands on a small mound on the northern side of the Kirkyard.
Malcolm Canmore's Tower Dunfermline Fife Scotland [01:06]
Tour Scotland video of King Malcolm Canmore's Tower on visit to Dunfermline, Fife. The remains of this tower can be found in Pittencrieff Glen. It was originally a two storey building measuring 52 feet by 48 feet and is thought to contained twenty small apartments. The Tower is seen on the Burgh Arms of the town of Dunfermline. It was first mentioned in the year 1070, the same year the Malcolm married Margaret. Perched high on a rock it was an impregnable fortress and was used as the residence of Scottish Kings until destroyed by King Edward in 1304. Malcolm was the son of King Duncan I and went into exile in Northumberland when his father was killed by Macbeth in 1040 in Forres, Morayshire. With the support of the English King, Edward the Confessor, and his uncle Earl Siward of Northumbria, he defeated and killed Macbeth at Lumphanan in Aberdeenshire in 1057. Lulach, Macbeth's stepson, took over the throne but Malcolm killed him also in the following year. Malcolm founded the dynasty of the House of Canmore which lasted 200 years until the House of Stewart. By his first marriage to Ingebjørg he had two sons, Duncan II, who became king after Malcolm, and Donald. Ingebjørg was the daughter of the norwegian earl Finn Arnesson at Austrått in Trøndelag. Her mother's father was a brother of the norwegian kings St. Olav and Harald Hardråde. Following Ingebjørg's death, around 1069, he married Margaret, the sister of Edgar Atheling. Edgar would have become King of England if ...
Glamis Castle Angus Scotland [02:13]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of Glamis Castle on a visit to Angus. This Scottish castle has has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century, though the present building dates largely from the 17th century. Glamis was the childhood home of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who married King George VI, and was later known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her second daughter, Princess Margaret, was born there. A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.