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Lady Kinnoull's three children
by Bassano Ltdwhole-plate film negative, 11 December 1936Given by Bassano & Vandyk Studios, 1974NPG x152495
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Countess Mora - Korytowska
24 March 2017, 12:55
The 15th Earl of Kinnoull was the kindest and most generous person that I had ever met. He always reached out a hand to people in distress. He was extremely caring towards all human beings. A truly good Soul. He was so very proud of his Scottish Ancestry. An absolute Noble Gentleman.
caroline Hames ( Countess Mora - Korytowska )
15 June 2016, 17:19
I was a Friend of William The Earl of Kinnoull for over 20 years - he was a Dear Friiend of my Family
caroline hames ( The Countess Mora - Korytowska )
15 June 2016, 17:11
This is a Portrait of The 3 Kinnoull Children : seated in The Middle is William Patrick Arthur George Hay ( inherited Title aged 3 - 15th Earl of Kinnoull. On the left : Lady Venetia Hay. Seated on Right : Lady June Hay
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