Videos tagged with "graham"
Graham War Grave Sleepyhillock Cemetery Montrose Scotland [00:40]
Tour Scotland video of Pilot Officer, James Craig Graham, gravestone in Sleepyhillock Cemetery on visit to Montrose. James served with the Royal Canadian Air Force and died aged 27, on the 31st of January 1944. He was the son of Daniel and Annie Graham; husband of Olive Eileen Graham, of Cowichan Station, British Columbia, Canada.
Andrew Graham Gravestone Perth Perthshire Scotland [00:41]
Tour Scotland video of the Andrew Graham gravestone in the Jeanfield and Wellshill cemetery in Perth, Perthshire. Andrew was a Lord Provost of Perth.
Jordann and Graham at Cairngorm National Park in Scotland [01:27]
A brief panoramic view - with commentary - of the Cairngorms near Braemar, Scotland.
Tags: Scotland, Braemar, Cairngorm, Highland, Cairns
Graham Mausoleum Methven Church Perthshire Scotland August 19th [01:03]
Tour Scotland video of the Graham Mausoleum by Methven Church in Perthshire. This is the burial vault for General Thomas Graham of Balgowan, Lord Lynedoch, and his wife who was the Honourable Mary Cathcart, daughter of Charles Cathcart, 9th Lord Cathcart. Deeply affected by the death of his wife, Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, commissioned a Mausoleum to her memory in the kirk yard at Methven, Perthshire. This gave the architect James Playfair, a chance to put to practice his most advanced ideas and the resultant design in the form of a gigantic sarcophagus is truly amazing for its period. After a long life Lord Lynedoch joined his wife in her last resting place in 1848. The Mausoleum is the free standing building in front of the church.
Tags: Graham, Mausoleum, Methven, Church, Perthshire, Scotland, Ancestry, Genealogy, Visit, Travel, Tourism, Cathcart
Ruins Of Buchanan Castle Clan Graham Ancestry Drymen Scotland [01:02]
Tour Scotland video of Buchanan Castle west of the village of Drymen. The house was built by the 4th Duke of Montrose in 1854. The original structure, the ancestral seat of the Clan Buchanan, had burned down in 1852, and Montrose commissioned William Burn to replace it. Burn designed an extravagant manor in the Scottish baronial style. This new house replaced Mugdock Castle as the official seat of the Clan Graham.
Tags: Ruins, Buchanan, Castle, Clan, Graham, Ancestry, Drymen, Scotland, Visit, Travel, Tourism, Genealogy, Scottish