|Statement||by E. Maxtone Graham.|
|LC Classifications||CS479 .M43 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||44017059|
The present house was built about for the then Laird, one Anthony Maxtone. It was designed by the architect Robert Smirke and has been described in critical circles as a “ competent but unexciting Tudor manor house “!The house it succeeded had obviously out grown its original needs and was described in the book “ The Maxtones of Cultoquhey “ by E Maxtone Graham as follows. The Maxtones of Cultoquhey by Graham E. Maxtone and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Oliphants of Gask. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller Robert the Bruce by E.S. Paterson -- Mary, Queen of Scots by E. Maxtone Graham -- James the Sixth by E.S. Paterson -- Montrose by E. Maxtone Graham -- The story of the 'forty-five by E. Maxtone Graham. The Maxtones of Cultoquhey. Never losing or gaining an acre and in unbroken descent from father to son, the Maxtones lived and died at Cultoquhey for years. Robert de Maxtone had a charter of the lands dated , but that the family held the estates from an earlier date is proved by mention of them in other charters.
The present Battleby House was built during the period – for James Maxtone Graham, 13 th Laird of Cultoquhey and 6 th Laird of Redgorton, the surnames Maxtone and Graham originated by intermarriage of the Graemes of Balgowan and . John McWhannel writer and partner in the Perth law firm of Moncrieff and McWhannel, who is mentioned in the book “The Maxtones of Cultoquhey”, was a member of the Littleport family. It is probable that John Bayne McGillequhonyle in Auchnavadie, Parish of Dull, in (probably modern Auchnafauld in Glen Quaich) belonged to an offshoot from. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. pp. Essays and short stories. Published: Hutchinson, London , Second Impression £ Madness, morality, and creativity: Robert Fergusson and the social context of insanity in eighteenth‐century Scotland Article in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 22(2) - October.
The family lived in the house before moving into the new principal estate house in — and that is the building which is now the Cultoquhey House Hotel, while Craigeuan — and the 40 or so acres of land which surround it, available as separate lots if desired — was sold off in The current owners are thought to be only the third occupiers in its approximate year history. Family Genealogy Books of All Family Names Starting with the Letter M The Family Chronicle and Kinship Book. Of Maclin, Clark, Cocke, Carter, Taylor, Maxtones: The Maxtones of Cultoquhey - by Graham, E. Maxtone Edinburgh, Scotland, Price: $ Maxwell. The Maxtones of Cultoquhey. 4to, dustwrapper; Nisbet, A. A System of Heraldry. , 2 volumes, 4to, facsimile edition, original cloth; and 4 more modern volumes (21) Provenance: From the. Los Angeles Family History Library ; Keith W. Hanks, Director; East Temple Way, Los Angeles, California Location Email: [email protected]