John Stewart-Murray, styled Marquess of Tullibardine

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John Stewart-Murray, styled Marquess of Tullibardine

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Death: August 31, 1869 (1 day)
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Son of John Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of Atholl and Louisa Stewart-Murray
Brother of Lady Helen Murray Tod; John George Stewart-Murray, 8th Duke of Atholl; Lady Dorothea Louisa Ruggles-Brise; Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray; Maj. Lord George Stewart-Murray and 1 other

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About John Stewart-Murray, styled Marquess of Tullibardine

In this odd juxtaposition of characters, Miss Violet Keith Fraser is seen in the photographer’s tent on the night of the Ball with the heir to the Dukedom of Atholl and his younger brother Lord George Murray.

All three were unmarried in 1897. The future Duke of Atholl was to have a very distinguished future in the military, politics, public affairs, the church and business. Ms Keith Fraser was to marry the 3rd Earl of Stradbroke a year later. Lord George Murray, also a soldier, was killed in action in 1914.

As the sons of a Scottish aristocrat, and soldiers in the 3rd Battalion Royal Highlanders, the brothers appear to be expressing their Scottish patriotism by dressing in costume of the 18th-century when followers of the Stuart dynasty, including their direct ancestor, were trying to remove the protestant Hanoverians from the throne of England. There is a photograph of all three, I chose the photograph with the two brothers

Miss Violet Keith Fraser, later Countess of Stradbroke (d 1949), as ... www.rvondeh.dircon.co.uk/incalmprose/stradbroke.html

As the sons of a Scottish aristocrat, and soldiers in the 3rd Battalion Royal Highlanders, the brothers appear to be expressing their Scottish patriotism by dressing in costume of the 18th-century when followers of the Stuart dynasty, including their direct ancestor, were trying to remove the protestant Hanoverians from the throne of England.

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John Stewart-Murray, styled Marquess of Tullibardine's Timeline

1869
August 30, 1869
August 31, 1869