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 History of the Bean Family Page 5.

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likely to benefit his tenantry and gained a reputation for knowledge of estate problems and afforestation. At the outbreak of the present war, he joined the Cameron Highlanders and for some months was engaged in recruiting in his own county and in Elginshire. He was most successful: not one eligible ...
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History of the Bean Family Page 5.
[ Continued from Page 4 James Ogilvie Grant ]

likely to benefit his tenantry and gained a reputation for knowledge of estate problems and afforestation. At the outbreak of the present war, he joined the Cameron Highlanders and for some months was engaged in recruiting in his own county and in Elginshire. He was most successful: not one eligible male is left at his place, Cullen House. He had served roughly seven or eight months in the trenches, returning once when called on official business to Edinburgh. He was offered a staff appointment last July 1915 but would not accept it. He had been expected home the week before he was wounded, but leave was postponed at the last minute.

The Seafield title and estates will go to the late Earl's only child Nina Caroline, born in 1906. His brother the Hon. Trevor Ogilvie Grant is heir presumptive to the barony of Strathspey and to the baronetcy. He also married a New Zealand lady, a Miss Hardy-Johnston of Christchurch, New Zealand.

John and Janet Bean had a son named John, who was brough up to the Church of England but never took orders. He was born about 1715. This son John was married twice. First ...


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