Atholl


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Atholl

(ăth`əl), successively an earldom, a marquisate, and a dukedom of Scotland. For Scottish nobles so entitled, use Stuart, John, and Murray, John.
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Then of course there's Queen Victoria's stay at the castle, which led to the creation of Europe's only surviving private army, the Atholl Highlanders.
The Duke of Atholl inherited an estate and his own private army when he'd just been a man who ran a shop.
Sometimes finding the legitimate heir involves going further afield, which was the case with South African Bruce Murray, who became the 12th Duke of Atholl in 2012.
This follows deployment of FTTH services by Fibrehoods in Craighall, Craighall Park, Atholl, Inanda, Illovo, and Dunkeld expected to be complete by 2015-end.
Charles Ingram, 70, had camped at the side of the A9 near Pitlochry in Perthshire since 2012, when he claims a neighbour dispute drove him out of nearby Blair Atholl.
We had made the long drive north to visit Atholl Estate, one of Scotland's best-known Highland sprawls.
Comment on Atholl Anderson's 'Traditionalism, interaction and long-distance seafaring in Polynesia'.
ATHOL - Although the 10th duke of Atholl died May 15, the Atholl Highlanders regiment and pipe band is in town this week and is expected to offer something special for the Athol High School graduating class.
uk/, which promotes a popular international Scout camp - the Blair Atholl International Jamborette - was judged to be 'dull and old fashioned' in a competition run by Easyspace to find the worst looking website in Britain.
We had some beautiful looking items for sale including a Hornby, three rail set of LMS loco Duchess of Atholl and two carriages.
The 26-year-old of Blair Atholl, was later traced by officers.