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Titled Grahams

DUKES OF MONTROSE

  • Douglas Graham, 5th Duke of Montrose (1852-1925)
  • James Graham, 6th Duke of Montrose (1878-1954)
    An extensive four-part biography of His Grace was written by W. James (Jim) Nethery. Log in to the Members Only section to download an exclusive 42-page PDF from the archives.
  • James Graham, 7th Duke of Montrose (1907-1992)
    James Graham served as the first chief of Clan Graham Society in North America and is the father of our current "An Greumach Mhor," also named James Graham, 8th Duke of Montrose.

 

OTHER TITLED GRAHAMS

  • Sir William de Graham (12th century)
    Click HERE to read more about "The Oldest Titled Graham" by W. James (Jim) Nethery.
  • Sir John Graham of Dundaff (13th century)
    Click HERE to read more about "The Graham with the Bright Sword" by W. James (Jim) Nethery.
  • James Graham - The Great Marquis of Montrose (1612-1650)
    Special collection of articles commemorating the 400-year birth anniversary will be available for download from the Members Only section. COMING SOON
  • Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham of Gartmore (1852-1936)
    Click HERE to download a PDF article about "Don Roberto" who was also known as "The Uncrowned King of the Scots"; article by W. James (Jim) Nethery; graphic layout by Ekena B. Parkinson; poetry by Father Andrew McDonald Graham
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    Read HERE "A World of Story Rediscovered: R. B. Cunninghame Graham, Scotland's Forgotten Writer" by Alan MacGillivray (story was published in the May 2012 issue of The Bottle Imp, the ezine of the Scottish Writing Exhibitionl; link includes the story on the webpage with downloadable PDF)

    Watch a short video clip of "The Adventures of Don Roberto" on the Caledonia TV website. The full documentary was produced by Julie McCrone, directed by Les Wilson and executive-produced by Ewan Angus and Seona Robertson for BBC Scotland.

    Watch a short video clip of "The Funeral of the Late Mr. R. B. Cunningham Grahame" and read the description on the Scottish Screen Archive website.