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Davies, Gwendoline Elizabeth [Gwen] (1882–1951), philanthropist and patron of the arts, was born on 11 February 1882 at Plas Dinam, Llandinam, Montgomeryshire, the second of the three children of Edward Davies (1852–1898) and his wife, Mary (d. 1888), daughter of the Calvinistic Methodist minister the ...

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Graham, William (1817–1885), collector and art patron, was born on 25 August 1817 in Glasgow, the eldest son of William Graham (1795/6–1855), a merchant of Burnshiels, Renfrewshire, and Catherine, daughter of J. Swanston. He was educated privately and at Glasgow University, and succeeded his father as senior partner in the family business, ...

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Frances Jane Horner, Lady Horner (1854/55–1940) by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, 1879 Christie's Images Ltd. (2004)

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Horner [née Graham], Frances Jane, Lady Horner (1854/5–1940), hostess and patron of the arts, the fourth daughter and sixth of the eight children of William Graham (1818–1885), MP, India merchant, and art patron, and Jane Catherine, daughter of John Lowndes of Renfrewshire...

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Kennedy, David, tenth earl of Cassillis (1727–1792), patron of architecture and landowner, was born on 25 June 1727, the eighteenth child and third surviving son of Sir John Kennedy of Culzean, second baronet (d. 1742), and Jean Douglas (d. 1767), daughter of ...

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John Patrick Crichton- Stuart, third marquess of Bute (1847–1900) by Thomas Rodger [in the robes of rector of St Andrews University] © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Stuart, John Patrick Crichton-, third marquess of Bute (1847–1900), civic benefactor and patron of architecture, was born at Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland, on 12 September 1847. He was the only child of John Crichton-Stuart, second marquess (1793–1848), and his second wife, ...