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Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Crail Scotland by 2edinburgh.

Crail Scotland by 2edinburgh.

Erchless Castle, though thus intimately associated with war, has also a traditional romance of love, the story of which is still current in the locality, though dates are lacking. About six miles from the Castle, on the other side of the Beauly River, stands the Castle of Beaufort, the ancient seat of the Clan Fraser. It so happened at one time that Fraser, the Lord of Lovat, had an only daughter whose welfare was his chief concern. Tragic love ended in her death at the hands of her brother

Erchless Castle, though thus intimately associated with war, has also a traditional romance of love, the story of which is still current in the locality, though dates are lacking. About six miles from the Castle, on the other side of the Beauly River, stands the Castle of Beaufort, the ancient seat of the Clan Fraser. It so happened at one time that Fraser, the Lord of Lovat, had an only daughter whose welfare was his chief concern. Tragic love ended in her death at the hands of her brother

Castle Baroque On Rhine River Germany Old 8x10 Reprint Of Photo Castle Baroque On Rhine River Germany Old 8x10 Reprint Of Photo Here is a neat collectible featuring the baroque Castle on the Rhine Riv

Castle Baroque On Rhine River Germany Old 8x10 Reprint Of Photo Castle Baroque On Rhine River Germany Old 8x10 Reprint Of Photo Here is a neat collectible featuring the baroque Castle on the Rhine Riv

Fraser Crest and a bit of history of Castle Fraser

Fraser Crest and a bit of history of Castle Fraser

Carolina Scots-Irish Blog

Carolina Scots-Irish Blog

Castle Fraser was mostly built between 1575 and 1635. Michael Fraser began the construction of the castle but he died in 1588 leaving the castle unfinished. The work was continued by his son, Andrew Fraser, who in 1633 became the first Lord Fraser.  The castle was home to three different families during its history, two branches of the Fraser family and finally the Cowdray family who carried out a restoration of the castle after they bought it in 1921.

Castle Fraser was mostly built between 1575 and 1635. Michael Fraser began the construction of the castle but he died in 1588 leaving the castle unfinished. The work was continued by his son, Andrew Fraser, who in 1633 became the first Lord Fraser. The castle was home to three different families during its history, two branches of the Fraser family and finally the Cowdray family who carried out a restoration of the castle after they bought it in 1921.

The Writers Museum, just off the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.

The Writers Museum, just off the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.

National Wool Week

National Wool Week

Mitchell's Cigarettes "Scottish Clan Series" (set of 25 issued in 1903) #10 Fraser

Mitchell's Cigarettes "Scottish Clan Series" (set of 25 issued in 1903) #10 Fraser

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