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Summer House at Edzell (Lindsay family) castle! I want to go to my castle!!!!!!

Summer House at Edzell (Lindsay family) castle! I want to go to my castle!!!!!!

Montrose Area- There's been a castle at Edzell since about 1100, when a wooden structure was erected on top of a motte by the Abbott family. From them the property first passed to the Stirlings of Glenesk, then by marriage to the Lindsay family in 1358. It would stay with the Lindsays until 1715, and almost all of what you see today dates back to their tenure.

Montrose Area- There's been a castle at Edzell since about 1100, when a wooden structure was erected on top of a motte by the Abbott family. From them the property first passed to the Stirlings of Glenesk, then by marriage to the Lindsay family in 1358. It would stay with the Lindsays until 1715, and almost all of what you see today dates back to their tenure.

Guthrie Castle ~ Guthrie, Forfar, Angus Scotland.  Guthrie Castle was built under a warrant issued by King James III of Scotland by Sir David Guthrie in 1468

Guthrie Castle ~ Guthrie, Forfar, Angus Scotland. Guthrie Castle was built under a warrant issued by King James III of Scotland by Sir David Guthrie in 1468

Mini castle This is the gatehouse to Ardverikie Castle, north on the road From Spean Bridge to Laggan - think Fort William towards Aviemore In Scotland  - for those that are wondering - and you can stay in it.

Mini castle This is the gatehouse to Ardverikie Castle, north on the road From Spean Bridge to Laggan - think Fort William towards Aviemore In Scotland - for those that are wondering - and you can stay in it.

Scotney Old Castle, Kent, UK  Visited May 2013. The old castle is only partially intact but thoroughly beautiful and romantic. ~JSH

Scotney Old Castle, Kent, UK Visited May 2013. The old castle is only partially intact but thoroughly beautiful and romantic. ~JSH

Buchanan castle via abandoned Scotland. Located in Stirlingshire; originally the home of the Buchanan family, it passed to the Grahams in the 17th century. The old house burned down in 1850, and the present house was built by James Graham, 4th Duke of Montrose, in 1854. The roof was removed in 1954, but it remains the seat of the Clan Graham.

Buchanan castle via abandoned Scotland. Located in Stirlingshire; originally the home of the Buchanan family, it passed to the Grahams in the 17th century. The old house burned down in 1850, and the present house was built by James Graham, 4th Duke of Montrose, in 1854. The roof was removed in 1954, but it remains the seat of the Clan Graham.

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