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Margaret Helen Isla Marion Tennant

Title: 
Lady
Other names: 
Her maiden name was Ogilvie
Dates: 
23 July 1920- 22 January 2014

Margaret Ogilvie was born in 1920, the second of six children of David Ogilvy, Earl of Airlie, and Lady Alexandra Coke. Her brother Angus married Princess Alexandra.

She was educated at home. She joined the Wrens during the Second World War and worked as an ambulance driver.

She married Sir Iain Tennant in 1946 and had three children. Her husband was Lord Lieutenant of Moray, and she was active in the community taking a particular interest in the WRI and McMillan Cancer Support.

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh stayed with Sir Iain and Lady Margaret when visiting Gordonstoun.

Sources
Press & Journal 5 March 1981
Royal actor draws the Queen to Gordonstoun

Lady Ann's Well

Dedicated to: 
Location:
Lady Ann's Well
Lady Ann's Wood
Tillicoultry

Lady Ann's Wood

Dedicated to: 
Designed by: 
Robert Wardlaw Ramsay
Location:
Lady Ann's Wood
By Tillicoultry

Lady Ann Grove

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Location:
Lady Ann Grove
Tillicoultry, FK13 6RF

Ann Lindsay

Title: 
Lady
Other names: 
Her married name was Ramsay.
Dates: 
19 April 1787 -13 Jan 1846

Ann(e) Lindsay was born on 19 April 1787 in Kilconquhar, Fife. She was the youngest child of Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of Balcarres and Elizabeth Dalrymple. Her paternal aunt, also Lady Ann Lindsay, wrote the ballad "Auld Robin Gray"

Lady Ann Lindsay married Robert Wardlaw Ramsay on 15 March 1811 in Haigh Hall Lancashire, England. The couple had two sons. Robert Wardlaw Ramsay bought the Tillicoultry estate in 1814. He had the steeply sloping grounds to the east of the Kirk burn laid out as woodland walks for his wife.

Clarinda Place, Larbert

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Location:
Clarinda Place
Larbert, FK5 4FG

Armour Mews, Larbert

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Location:
Armour Mews
Larbert, FK5 4FF

Armour Place, Tillicoultry

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Location:
Armour Place
Tillicoultry, FK13 6RW

Plaque to Lady Margaret Sackville

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Erected by: 
Historic Environment Scotland
Date: 
2018
Location:
30 Regent Terrace
Edinburgh, EH7 5BS

Margaret Sackville

Title: 
Lady
Dates: 
24 December 1881 – 18 April 1963

Margaret Sackville was born in Mayfair, London, the youngest child of Reginald and Constance Sackville, 7th Earl and Countess De La Warr.

At the outbreak of World War I, she joined the anti-war Union of Democratic Control. In 1916 She published a collection of poems "The Pageant of War" in 1916. It included "Nostra Culpa", which denounced women who betrayed their sons by not speaking out against the war.

She was the first president of Scottish PEN and was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

She died in Cheltenham in 1963.