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20120601Jubilee1PR 
 $ Jubilee window display at Ferriers the florists in Arbroath for theQueen Elizabeth diamond Jubilee celebrations 
 Keywords: Angus 2012, Scotland, Arbroath, jubilee celebration, Ferrier, florist, display
20120601Jubilee2PR 
 $ Jubilee window display at Ferriers the florists in Arbroath for theQueen Elizabeth diamond Jubilee celebrations 
 Keywords: Angus 2012, Scotland, Arbroath, jubilee celebration, Ferrier, florist, display
20120601Jubilee3PR 
 $ Jubilee window display at Ferriers the florists in Arbroath for theQueen Elizabeth diamond Jubilee celebrations 
 Keywords: Angus 2012, Scotland, Arbroath, jubilee celebration, Ferrier, florist, display
20120601Jubilee4PR 
 $ Jubilee window display at Ferriers the florists in Arbroath for theQueen Elizabeth diamond Jubilee celebrations 
 Keywords: Angus 2012, Scotland, Arbroath, jubilee celebration, Ferrier, florist, display

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Images made in towns and cities and images of specific buildings
16527621 
 Glamis Church
Kirkwynd, Glamis
Angus, Scotland 
 Keywords: glamis, church, kirk, village, elizabeth, queen, late, mother, scotland
20131209Mortuary 1PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 1PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

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In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.

It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 1PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 2PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 2PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 2PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 3PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 3PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 3PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 4PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 4PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 4PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 5PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 5PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 5PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 6PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 6PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk....see metal clamps on building

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 6PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 7PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 7PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk....sandstone detail lost

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 7PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 10PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 10PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 10PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 11PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 11PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 11PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 13PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery which has been declared a building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 13PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry....pic shows Patrick Allan-Fraser

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 13PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery which has been declared a building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 14PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

Pic shows the sundial on the south side of the building.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, sundial, time
20131210Mortuary 14PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

Pic shows the sundial on the south side of the building.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, sundial, time
20131210Mortuary 14PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

Pic shows the sundial on the south side of the building.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, sundial, time
20131210Mortuary 15PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
Pic shows a gargoyle on a corner of the building

....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, gargoyle
20131210Mortuary 15PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
Pic shows a gargoyle on a corner of the building

....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, gargoyle
20131210Mortuary 15PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
Pic shows a gargoyle on a corner of the building

....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, gargoyle
20131210Mortuary 8PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 8PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 8PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 9PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 9PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 9PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
MortuaryPR3 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR4 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR5 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR6 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR7 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR8 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group....
Pic shows one of the many figures around the building ..this one above the entrance.pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
MortuaryPR9 
 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group...
Pic shows one of the many figures around the building..pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;

Arts and Entertainment > Literature and Visual Arts (3 files)

Artists, authors, painting, sculpture, exhibitions, antiques, books, poetry and libraries
20160701Lamb10 PR 
 The William Lamb Studio in Montrose, Angus which houses a unique collection by the sculptor William Lamb who was born in Montrose in 1893. Lamb sculptured portraits of many well-known local artists and society figures – the most famous of whom were the Queen Mother (then the Duchess of York) together with her young daughters, HM The Queen and HRH Princess Margaret, which are on display in the Studio
Pic shows HRH The Princess Elizabeth, The Queen
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: The William Lamb; Studio;sculptor;artist;art;Montrose, Angus; collection; 1893; the most famous of whom were the Queen Mother;Duchess of York;, HM The Queen and HRH Princess Margaret;
7245180 
 William Lamb statue on Montrose's High Street
William Lamb was born in a small cottage in Mill Street, Montrose on the 1st June 1893. At the age of thirteen, he was apprenticed to his older brother James as a stone mason and monumental sculptor. During his apprenticeship, Lamb attended continuation classes at Montrose Academy and was encouraged by his art teacher, Lena Gaudie.

At the outbreak of the First World War, Lamb enlisted with the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. He was wounded twice and eventually invalided out of the army with extensive damage to his right hand. Undeterred by this trauma, Lamb attended Edinburgh College of Art where he taught himself to draw, paint and sculpt with his left hand.
In 1932 Lamb was commissioned by the Duchess of York, a native of Angus, to model portrait heads of her daughters, the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose. Impressed by his skill, the Duchess also commissioned Lamb to produce a portrait of herself. 
 Keywords: Montrose, statue, High Street, William, Lamb, artist, sculptor, one-handed, queen, mother, duchess, york, elizabeth, margaret, rose
7457664 
 Artist Nicky Bird has donated her new book entitled Imrinted Matter(to compliment the original book on Hospitalfield House, Arbroath held by Arbroath Libraries published in 1894 of which there were only fourteen copies printed. The picture is Portrait of Patrick Allan-Fraser from the original book.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: patrick, allan, fraser, hospitalfield, house, imprinted, matter

Royalty, Politicians, Officials and notable people (4 files)

Persons in the public eye other than sportsmen and entertainment industry
8193690 
 The Earl and Countess of Wessex visit to Eighteen & Under in Dundee

The Earl & Countess of Wessex enjoying the rap by the children.

The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Edward Antony Richard Louis; born 10 March 1964) is a member of the British Royal Family, the youngest child and third son of Queen Elizabeth II. He has held the title of Earl of Wessex since 1999. The Earl of Wessex is currently seventh in the line of succession. 
 Keywords: wessex, earl, countess, prince, edward, eighteen, and, under, queen, shore, dundee
8193691 
 The Earl and Countess of Wessex visit to Eighteen & Under in Dundee

The Earl & Countess of Wessex enjoying the rap by the children.

The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Edward Antony Richard Louis; born 10 March 1964) is a member of the British Royal Family, the youngest child and third son of Queen Elizabeth II. He has held the title of Earl of Wessex since 1999. The Earl of Wessex is currently seventh in the line of succession. 
 Keywords: wessex, earl, countess, prince, edward, eighteen, and, under, queen, shore, dundee
8193693 
 The Earl and Countess of Wessex visit to Eighteen & Under in Dundee

The Earl & Countess of Wessex enjoying the rap by the children.

The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Edward Antony Richard Louis; born 10 March 1964) is a member of the British Royal Family, the youngest child and third son of Queen Elizabeth II. He has held the title of Earl of Wessex since 1999. The Earl of Wessex is currently seventh in the line of succession. 
 Keywords: wessex, earl, countess, prince, edward, eighteen, and, under, queen
IMG 4263pr copy 
 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess of Strathmore Mary villagers

Sport not football (2 files)

Sport and recreation
8648513 
 Born Elizabeth Lynch, Liz was brought up in a family of 9 in Dundee of Irish Catholic extraction where she honed her running skills , she won the gold in the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo, Japan at 10,000 metres, and was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year. She won many other major trophies.

Question of Sport is BBC quiz programme in which sports personalities don disguises to fool the panel. 
 Keywords: Liz McColgan, athlete, athletics, blonde, wig, pyjamas, McColgan, Carnoustie, disguise, act, sport, Angus, BBC
8877275 
 Liz McColgan in her fitness centre near Carnoustie.

Liz McColgan, MBE (born March 24, 1964) is a former Scottish long distance track and road running athlete.Born Elizabeth Lynch, Liz was brought up in a family of 9 in Dundee where she honed her running skills , she won the gold in the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo, Japan at 10,000 metres, and was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year. She also won a gold medal in the 1986 Commonwealth Games, and a silver medal in the Seoul Olympics in 1988.

in 1992, the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships were held for the first time and Liz McColgan won the Women's race.

In 1996, she won the London Marathon with a time of 2 hours, 27 minutes and 54 seconds.

Liz McColgan now coaches young athletes in her home town of Dundee. 
 Keywords: liz, mccolgan, champion, runner, olympics, marathon, dundee, carnoustie, championship, commonwealth

Arbroath (33 files)

20131209Mortuary 1PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

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In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.

It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 1PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 2PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 2PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 3PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 3PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 4PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 4PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 5PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 5PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 6PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk....see metal clamps on building

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 6PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 7PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk....sandstone detail lost

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131209Mortuary 7PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 10PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 10PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 11PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 11PR 
 $ Detail from the Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 13PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry....pic shows Patrick Allan-Fraser

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 13PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery which has been declared a building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

In 1843 Patrick Allan married the widowed heiress to the Hospitalfield estate, Elizabeth Fraser. He was the son of a weaving merchant in Arbroath. After initially embarking on a commercial career he changed to studying art in Edinburgh and then on the Continent. On their marriage he changed his name to Patrick Allan-Fraser. He embarked on a programme of estate management which quickly restored the family fortunes. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 14PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.

Pic shows the sundial on the south side of the building.
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, sundial, time
20131210Mortuary 15PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry...building at risk.

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust.
Pic shows a gargoyle on a corner of the building

....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield, gargoyle
20131210Mortuary 8PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 8PR 
 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
20131210Mortuary 9PR 
 Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemmetry

In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards.The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved.
It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemmetry, Arbroath, grave, graveyard, memorial, chapel, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
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 $ Mortuary Chapel at Arbroath's Western Cemetery - a building at risk. In 1873 the architect Patrick Allan-Fraser's wife, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, died, an event which was the catalyst for the building of the Fraser family Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath Cemetery from 1875 onwards. The building has many elaborate carvings including animals and ferns which Elizabeth loved. It was later gifted to the people of Arbroath as a non-denominational chapel, with maintenance of the structure being the responsibility of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Mortuary Chapel, Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Elizabeth Allan-Fraser, Patrick Allan-Fraser, architect, Hospitalfield
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group.....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group....
Pic shows one of the many figures around the building ..this one above the entrance.pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;
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 Music rang out yesterday (Sunday) in what is believed to be the first ever concert at the Patrick Allan Fraser Mortuary Chapel in Arbroath .

The category A listed building was designed and built by the Scottish painter and architect, Patrick Allan Fraser, in memory of his wife, Elizabeth and took almost nine years to complete. He gifted it to the people of Arbroath in 1880.

Money is currently being raised to restore the Arts and Crafts chapel in order that it can be opened to the public as one of Arbroath's great places of historic interest.

Yesterday's concert was given by the town's FRIENDS musical group...
Pic shows one of the many figures around the building..pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Music ; concert;Patrick Allan Fraser; Mortuary Chapel ;Arbroath Western Cemetery;cemetery;, ; category A ;listed building;Scottish; painter;architect, Patrick Allan Fraser; Elizabeth Allan Fraser;1880;building;sandstone;, fundraiser;fundraising;Arts;Arbroath; historic, FRIENDS; music;

Glamis (56 files)

Glamis Castle, village and the Strathmore family. The Queen Mother was brought up here
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 Glamis Castle and daffodils 
 Keywords: castle, flower, daffodil, tree, glamis, scotland, elizabeth, late, queen, mother
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 The Corner Shop, Glamis
Angus, Scotland 
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his treasured Bentley at Glamis Castle....the Bentley had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows Earl of Strathmore's Bentley which had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, Mary Pamela, car, bentley
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his treasured Bentley at Glamis Castle....the Bentley had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his treasured Bentley at Glamis Castle....the Bentley had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his treasured Bentley at Glamis Castle....the Bentley had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, car, bentley
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his mother Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore and his treasured Bentley at Glamis Castle....the Bentley had a specially made crest for the bonnet in the form of a Glamis lion.
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, car, bentley
20160229Glamis 7PR 
 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his mother Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore in the italian Garden at Glamis Castle.....
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, garden, Italian Garden
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 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his mother Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore in the italian Garden at Glamis Castle.....
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, garden, Italian Garden
20160229Glamis 9PR 
 The 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Michael Fergus Bowes-Lyon, has died after a long illness. He was 58.
The former Scots Guards captain was born on June 7 1957, the Queen’s first cousin once removed and great-nephew to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Pic shows the Earl of Strathmore with his mother Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore in the italian Garden at Glamis Castle.....
Pic Paul Reid...... 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, 2016, Glamis, Glamis Castle, Earlo of Strathmore, Lord Strathmore, royal, Queen, Strahmore, castle, death, Mary Pamela, Dowager Countess of Strathmore, garden, Italian Garden
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 Glamis Castle viewed from the Italian Garden. Glamis Castle near Forfar Angus is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore and is famous as the place where Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother was brought up. 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, snow, winter, Angus, Italian Garden, Garden, Italian
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 Glamis Castle's Italian Garden in full bloom .

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore, but is also well known as the place where Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, was brought up. 
 Keywords: glamis, castle, italian, garden, strathmore, elizabeth, queen, mother
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 Glamis Castle's Italian Garden in full bloom .

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore, but is also well known as the place where Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, was brought up. 
 Keywords: glamis, castle, italian, garden, strathmore, elizabeth, queen, mother
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 Grand Scottish Proms concert in grounds of Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland. National Symphony Orchestra of Scotland conducted by Iain Sutherland

Glamis Castle is well known as the place where Elizabeth, late Queen Mother of the UK and wife of war-time King George VI, was brought up. 
 Keywords: Glamis, Glamis Castle, concert, Angus, Scotland, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother, George VI, Scottish Prom, National Symphoby Orchestra, Iain Sutherland
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there prior to marrying the Duke of York. He later became King George VI 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, strathmore, George VI, Duke, of, York
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 Glamis Castle. The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus, in the snow.

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore, but is perhas better known as the place where Elizabeth, the late queen Mother, lived before marrying the Duke of York 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, queen, mother
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 Glamis Castle view from the Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore, but may be better known as the place where Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother was brought up before marrying the Duke of York 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, queen, mother, elizabeth, duke, York
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there prior to marrying the Duke of York. He later became King George VI 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, strathmore, George VI, Duke, of, York
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 Glamis Castle view from the Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earls of Strathmore, but may be better known as the place where Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother was brought up before marrying the Duke of York 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, queen, mother, elizabeth, duke, York
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 Yew Tree planted at Glamis Castle in memory of the Queen Mother. Left to Right: Geordie Bowes Lyon,Sam Glamis,Canon Dendle French (Glamis Minister),Jock Bowes Lyon, Lord Strathmore & David Bellamy.Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, was brought up at Glamis Castle prior to her marriage to Albert Duke of York - later King George VI 
 Keywords: Elizabeth, Queen, mother, Duke, Albert, York, King, George VI, Glamis, Castle, Yew, Lord, Strathmore, Davis Bellamy, Bowes Lyon
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 One of the restored windows 'St Michael & Alla Angels' from Glamis Castle Chapel just finished restoration by stained glass artist & restorer Patrick Ross-Smith from the Fair Isle.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Chapel, Castle, Angus, Scotland, Strathmore, stained, glass, restoration, restorer, Patrick Ross-Smith, St Michael, Alla, Angels, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 One of the restored windows 'St Michael & Alla Angels' from Glamis Castle Chapel just finished restoration by stained glass artist & restorer Patrick Ross-Smith from the Fair Isle.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Chapel, Castle, Angus, Scotland, Strathmore, stained, glass, restoration, restorer, Patrick Ross-Smith, St Michael, Alla, Angels, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 One of the restored windows 'St Michael & Alla Angels' from Glamis Castle Chapel just finished restoration by stained glass artist & restorer Patrick Ross-Smith from the Fair Isle.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Chapel, Castle, Angus, Scotland, Strathmore, stained, glass, restoration, restorer, Patrick Ross-Smith, St Michael, Alla, Angels, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 Consul Generals visit to Glamis Castle, Angus. Lord Strathmore with Angus Provost Bill Middleton at Glamis Castle,Glamis, Angus

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
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 Lord Strathmore with piper Dave Myles from Forfar waiting at the main door of Glamis Castle, Glamis,Angus for a visiting delegation to arrive.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
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 Family coat of Arms at the main gates of Glamis Castle,Glamis, Angus

Although it is the seat ofthe Earl ofStrathmore, Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
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 Glamis Castle,Glamis, Angus. 'Elizabeth Of Glamis' tulips planted to celebrate the Queen Mothers 100th birthday at Glamis Castles Italian Garden.

Glamis Castle is the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, but is perhaps better known as the former home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Angus, Scotland, Scottish, Scot, visit, Strathmore, Lord, Lord Strathmore, Queen, castle, tulip, flower, purple, grow, plant, garden, Glamis, Italian, mother
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Glenmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, lion, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, lion, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, turrets, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, summer, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, strathmore
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 Young bagpiper Colin Jamieson, aged 11, plays a lament and pays tribute to Elizabeth the late Queen Mother near the entrance to Glamis Castle where she was brought up. 
 Keywords: Queen, Mother, Glamis, Castle, piper, bagpiper, Colin, Jamieson, lament, tribute
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 Young bagpiper Colin Jamieson, aged 11, plays a lament and pays tribute to Elizabeth the late Queen Mother near the entrance to Glamis Castle where she was brought up. 
 Keywords: Queen, Mother, Glamis, Castle, piper, bagpiper, Colin, Jamieson, lament, tribute
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 Young bagpiper Colin Jamieson, aged 11, plays a lament and pays tribute to Elizabeth the late Queen Mother near the entrance to Glamis Castle where she was brought up. 
 Keywords: Queen, Mother, Glamis, Castle, piper, bagpiper, Colin, Jamieson, lament, tribute
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 A statue of a lion in a snow scene at Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, snow, winter, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, lion, statue, strathmore
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 A snow covered statue in the grounds of Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, snow, winter, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, Strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, snow, winter, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Glamis Castle, snow, winter, Angus, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother, Strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, seat of the Earl of Strathmore ....The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, Queen, Mother, Elizabeth, Strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, seat of the Earl of Strathmore....The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, Queen, Mother, Elizabeth, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle, seat of the Earl of Strathmore....The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, Queen, Mother, Elizabeth, strathmore
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 Glamis Castle ....The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle, the seat ofthe Earl of Strathmore, is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there. 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, Queen, Mother, Elizabeth, Strathmore, Earl
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 Glamis Castle ....The Italian Gardens, Glamis, Angus.

Glamis Castle, the seat ofthe Earl of Strathmore, is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there. 
 Keywords: Glamis, Castle, Snow, Woods, winter, Italian, Gardens, Angus, Queen, Mother, Elizabeth, Strathmore, Earl
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 Lord Strathmore, a cousin of the Queen, whose family seat is Glamis Castle, Angus pictured in front of his ironmonger shop in Forfar.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Lord Strathmore, Forfar, Strahmore, Lord, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 Lord Strathmore, a cousin of the Queen, whose family seat is Glamis Castle, Angus pictured in front of his ironmonger shop in Forfar.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Lord Strathmore, Forfar, Strahmore, Lord, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 Lord Strathmore, a cousin of the Queen, whose family seat is Glamis Castle, Angus pictured in front of his ironmonger shop in Forfar.

Glamis Castle is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late Queen mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Lord Strathmore, Forfar, Strahmore, Lord, Elizabeth, Queen, Mother
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 Glamis Castle in the autumn.

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Glamis, Angus, autumn, leaves, royal, historic, queen, mother
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 Glamis Castle in the autumn.

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is perhaps better known as the home of Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Glamis, Angus, autumn, leaves, royal, historic, queen, mother
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 Glamis Castle daffodils in the spring.

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late QAueen Mother, who was brought up there 
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 Glamis Castle daffodils in the spring.

Glamis Castle, the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, is well known as the home of Queen Elizabeth, the late QAueen Mother, who was brought up there 
 Keywords: Glamis Castle, Glamis, castle, piper, bagpipes, music, Scot, Scottish, Scotland, Daffodil, flower, yellow, Spring, March, Angus, elizabeth, queen, mother
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 A Grand Scottish Prom to celebrate the Centenary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother at Glamis Castle.Firework display during Handel's ' Music for the Royal Fireworks' 
 Keywords: Glamis, proms, music, castle, outdoor, event, fireworks, crowd, audience, Angus, orchestra
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess of Strathmore Mary villagers
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess of Strathmore Mary villagers

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