Person    | Male  Born 1806  Died 1884

Duke of Buccleuch

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Scotland

Walter Francis Montagu Douglas Scott. Also had the title: 7th Duke of Roseberry. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition, 1951.

Born Dalkeith House, Midlothian. Died at Bowhill, Selkirk. Inherited extremely wealth. He has a statue on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh.

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Duke of Buccleuch

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