Tuesday, 8 August 2017
Tour Scotland Video Summer Sunset Robert Douglas Memorial School Scone Perthshire
Tour Scotland Summer video of sunset behind Robert Douglas Memorial School on ancestry visit to Scone by Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. The school is named after the village’s Robert Douglas, who developed the use of the setting agent pectin in jam making to make his fortune in the USA. He became President of the great Certo Corporation, later sold to the giant General Foods Corporation of America. Throughout the years he remembered his birthplace and retained his affection for it.
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