Tour Scotland Video Tango Dancing Chilli Festival Scone Palace Perth Perthshire



Tour Scotland video of Tango dancing at the Chilli Festival on ancestry visit to the gardens at Scone Palace, by Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. These wonderful dancers run Tango classes in Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Glasgow and Perth. Alenka is from Slovenia and started with stage dance when she was four, later on she continued with ballroom, Latin American, jazz ballet and salsa before she discovered tango. Ariel was born in Buenos Aries, but was raised in Córdoba. His father was an amateur tango singer and he grew up in local milongas. YirajeTango

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Tour Scotland Video Dancer And Drummers Chilli Festival Scone Palace Perth Perthshire



Tour Scotland video of a dancer and drummers at the Chilli Festival on ancestry visit to the gardens at Scone Palace, by Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.

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Old photograph Golf Course Port Seton Scotland

Old photograph of golfers on the golf course by Port Seton, Scotland. This Scottish links golf club was founded in 1912 and originally played on a course extending from the Ship Inn towards Seton Sands.

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Old Photograph Free Church Kildonan Island Of Arran Scotland

Old photograph of the Free Church in Kildonan, Island of Arran, Scotland. The former church now unused was built of random coursed sandstone and harled walls with a slated roof. The eastern gable retains some of the church’s former grandeur, with a rounded doorway framed by projecting post and lintel supports. Originally the eastern gable had a bell housing at the top. Two flat headed windows with triple frames lie on each side of the doorway arch. The nave walls have been altered but may have included similar windows. The western gable wall has been similarly modernized and hosts two simple flat-headed rectangular windows.

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Old Photograph Bothy Cottage Island of Arran Scotland

Old photograph of farm workers outside a Bothy cottage on the Island Of Arran, Scotland. Unmarried farm workers lived in a bothy. Normally they took the job on a six monthly basis seeking new employment at the Spring or Autumn. It was in bothies like this that the bothy ballad originated, expressing the feelings on their living conditions.

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Old Photograph Lucky Scaup Tayport Fife

Old photograph of the Lucky Scaup by Tayport, Fife, across from Dundee, Scotland. This Scottish stone tower was built by Admiral Dougall in 1861. It was used as a marker for ships in the North Sea looking for safe haven. Vice Admiral William Heriot Maitland Dougall was born on 3 July 1819. He was the son of James Maitland Heriot and Margaret Dalgleish. He married Elizabeth Kinnear Dougall, daughter of William Stark Dougall, on 18 December 1851. He died on 7 March 1890 at age 70. He held the office of Justice of the Peace for Fife. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Fife. He was Colonel of the Fife and Stirling Volunteer Artillery, Tay Submarine Mines. He lived at Scotscraig, Tayport.

Children of Vice-Admiral William Heriot-Maitland-Dougall and Elizabeth Kinnear Dougall
Mary Catherine Heriot-Maitland-Dougall died 12 July 1919
William Heriot-Maitland-Dougall born 12 Oct 1852, died 3 June 1916
Frederick Heriot Heriot-Maitland-Dougall boen 17 Jan 1854, died 21 Oct 1916
James St. Leger Heriot-Maitland-Dougall born 17 Januaru 1867, died 11 May 1940

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Old Photograph Howgate Railway Station Scotland

Old photograph of Howgate Railway Station in Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland. This intermediate Scottish train station on the Glasgow to Giffen to Ardrossan line of the former Caledonian Railway was also the junction station for that company's branch to Irvine. It was opened by the Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway on 3 September 1888, closed on 1 January 1917 and was reopened on 1 February 1919. It was renamed Kilwinning East station by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway on 2 June 1924, and closed to regular passenger traffic on 4 July 1932.

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Old Photograph Maryburgh Scotland

Old photograph of cottages in Maryburgh in Perthshire near Kelty in Fife, Scotland. This Scottish village was laid out as a planned estate and mining village in 1730 by the architect William Adam of Blairadam, but never completed, the village takes its name from Adam's wife Mary. William Adam and Mary Robertson had ten surviving children:

Janet, known as Jenny, born 1717, at Linktown, later managed their brothers' London business.
John, born 3 July 1721, at Linktown, took over Blair Adam and the other family businesses, as well as practising architecture.
Robert, born 3 July 1728 at Linktown, architect, and best known of the Adam brothers.
James, born 21 July 1732 architect, business partner of Robert.
William, known as Willie, born 1738.
Elizabeth, known as Betty, with Janet, managed their brothers' London business.
Helen known as Nellie.
Margaret, known as Peggy.
Mary, married John Drysdale, Minister of the Tron Kirk and one time Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, though now chiefly remembered for his friendship with economist Adam Smith.
Susannah, married Sir John Clerk of Eldin, son of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik.
The birth dates of their five younger daughters are not recorded. In addition another son, named William, and two daughters died in infancy.

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