Maxtone and Graham Portraiture and Ephemera
- James Maxtone
- 11th Laird of Cultoquhey
- His eldest son, James
Maxtone, 1765-1800. He was technically
12th Laird for a couple of years, but was never
officially vested in the lands. His brother,
Anthony Maxtone, became 12th Laird of Cultoquhey.
- Material associated with Lord Lynedoch
(Thomas Graham), his wife, Mary - who died in
1792 (The Beautiful Mrs. Graham) and his mother,
Lady Christian Graham.
Graham died off HyŤres in the South of France in 1792.
no children and he never re-married. It is reputed that
after the death of his beloved wife, Thomas Graham could
not bear the pain of living within sight of any of her
however, that he chose to wear her wedding ring for the
rest of his life. He died in 1843.
- Thomas Graham (Lord
- in his later years.
- Thomas Graham's mother,
- Lady Christian Graham.
- A lock of Lady Christian's
The note below is thought to
have been written by Robert Graham.
- The Hon'ble Mrs Graham's Wedding Ring worn
by Lord Lynedoch
- & taken off his finger after he died -
19th Dec'r 1843.
- The ring is very plain and is made
- thin gold wire. In view of the break,
it was presumably cut from his finger.