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Industrialist with worldwide interests in the manufacture of pulp and paper; previous owner of Ellon Castle
An attempt in 1558 to foretell the duration of the the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Diplomat, artist and collector; owner of Ellon Castle from 1880s.
A short story written by H. G. Wells and published in 1897, about the fate of two men who steal a treasure map from a Chinaman.
A short story written by H. G. Wells and published in 1897, about a man who comes to believe that he is being visited by the spirit of his dead wife.
Witch of St. Albans, best-known for her salve to restore the hymen.
The last short story written by H. G. Wells, published in 1937, about an Archbishop who develops doubts about his relationship with God.
16th-century Scottish woman convicted of the murder of her first husband, Alexander Cant.
Edinburgh merchant and property investor convicted of murdering her son-in-law in 1535.