Diplomat, artist and collector; owner of Ellon Castle from 1880s.
James Gordon was an affluent merchant, baillie of Edinburgh, and owner Fortalice of Ardgith, now Ellon Castle.
Eleanor Velasco Thornton (15 April 1880 – 30 December 1915) was the inspiration for the Rolls-Royce flying lady mascot.
English racehorse owner, businessman and aristocrat
The socialite Gertrude Vernon, Lady Agnew of Lochnaw, gained prestige and notoriety from her portrait by artist John Singer Sargent.
A wealthy banker and owner of the Denbies estate in Surrey.
Hugh Stowell (3 December 1799 – 8 October 1865) was a Church of England clergyman with a reputation as a vigorous firebrand of a preacher.
Geologist, cattle breeder, an active feminist and creator of the MacRobert Trust, a charity that supports the RAF and others
Thomas Sheridan (1775 – 1817), known as Tom Sheridan, was the only son of the playwright and poet Richard Brinsley Sheridan and the soprano Elizabeth Ann Linley
Proprietor of New Spring Gardens, later known as Vauxhall Gardens, a popular pleasure garden in Kennington, London.