Videos tagged with "robert"
Pauline Robertson - SEUG 2012 [01:26]
Pauline Robertson, Banner Development Manager at The University of the West of Scotland, speaks about her favourite part of the European User Group Conference.
Roberton War Grave Murie Cemetery Errol Perthshire Scotland [00:44]
Tour Scotland video of Sub Lieutenant, Arthur Allan Jackson Roberton, gravestone in Murie Cemetery on visit to Errol, Perthshire. He served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve aboard HMS Jackdaw and died aged 29, on the 19th of March 1943. He was the son of Lewis Alexander and Mary Roberton; husband of Sarah Beattie McNaught Roberton, of Glasgow. MA
Robert Robertson Gravestone Dunfermline Fife Scotland [00:38]
Tour Scotland video of the Robert Robertson gravestone on visit to the cemetery in Dunfermline, Fife.
Angus Robertson Macgillivray Gravestone Western Cemetery Dundee Scotland [01:07]
Tour Scotland video of the Dr Angus Robertson Macgillivray gravestone on visit to the Western Cemetery in Dundee. Angus, born 1892, died 1955, was an Ophthalmic surgeon in Dundee. During the 1930s he laid claim to the Chieftainship of the Clan MacGillivray His claim was based on his family's connection to the Lagg and Balnain townships on the Dunmaglass estate. His grandfather William was alive during the estate litigations of the 1850s, but, owing to the loss of family papers and prohibitive costs of entering the legal fray, was unable to assert his case at the time. Dr. Angus was the first MacGillivray of the 20th century to officially matriculate personal arms with Lord Lyon, and these were based very closely on designs found on armorial gravestones that can still be seen at the burial ground of the Strathnairn MacGillivrays at Dunlichity Church. However, he was hampered by the same lack of documentation that faced his grandfather and thus was never able to satisfy Lord Lyon's stringent requirements for recognition as Chief.
Henry Alexander Robertson Memorial Window St John's Church Edinburgh Scotland [00:32]
Tour Scotland video of the Henry Alexander Robertson, Chancellor of Newton, memorial stained glass window on visit to St John's Church in Edinburgh, Scotland. Henry was born on the 4th of September, 1841, and died on the 1st of April, 1915.