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Old Photograph Bishop's Palace, Kirkwall, Orkney Scotland Samuel Gilliland, 7th great grandfather

Old Photograph Bishop's Palace, Kirkwall, Orkney Scotland Samuel Gilliland, great grandfather

Clan Campbell - The current Clan Chief is the 13th Duke of Argyll,  Torquil Campbell.  He resides here at Inveraray Castle (in Argyll), the ancestral Clan home.

Clan Campbell - The current Clan Chief is the Duke of Argyll, Torquil Campbell. He resides here at Inveraray Castle (in Argyll, Scotland), the ancestral Clan home.

Cassillis House Maybole Ayrshire 1860's

Cassillis House (Castle), Scotland, Home of the Kennedy Clan - My Kennedy Ancestors Sir John Kennedy Lord of Cassillis.

Craigmillar Castle grounds in Edinburgh. Our tips for things to do in Edinburgh: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/12/19/edinburgh-tips

Craigmillar Castle by kim traynor - near to Craigmillar, Edinburgh, Great Britain

Linlithgow Palace, Scotland, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots

Linlithgow Palace, Scotland, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots <--Oh hey, I visited this place last year on my study abroad trip! Even made friends with a lovely pigeon.

Scotland - Tolquhon Castle, Aberdeenshire, the most picturesque of the castles in the Grampian countryside.

Tolquhon Castle (pronounced: "toh-hon", is located in Aberdeenshire built by William Forbes, Laird of Tolquhon from Noted for its highly ornamented gatehouse, Tolquhon is one of the most picturesque of the castles in the Grampian countryside.

Scotney Old Castle,Kent,UK

Scotney Old Castle - Kent, England Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England. It belongs to the National Trust.

Caerlaverock Castle moat bright sunny day

16 Fairytale Castles in Scotland

See fairytale castles in Scotland, from Dunrobin Castle on the north coast to Dunvegan Castle on Skye. See clifftop ruins, turreted palaces and more.

Ludlow Castle

Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, England, UK - is a ruined medieval fortification. The castle was probably founded by Walter de Lacy after the Norman conquest and was one of the first stone castles to be built in England.

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