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- Earlshall Castle is a restored 16th century courtyard castle, near Leuchars Station about 1⁄2 mile (800 metres) east of Leuchars, Fife, Scotland It has...
- Earlshall (73405) was an iron hulled Barque registered in St. John's, Dominion of Newfoundland. It ran aground and wrecked on January 24, 1915 with no...
- his own practice in 1891. His first major restoration commission was Earlshall Castle in Fife for Robert MacKenzie, a friend of his parents. He was influenced...
- manages to convince them to have Jo come along as her tenant. At the Earlshall estate, Beauty learns that her friend Ginger was purchased for the Winthorp's...
- Earl of W – Purchases Beauty and Ginger from Squire Gordon. Lives in Earlshall Park. Lady W – Wife of Lord W. Demands that Beauty and Ginger wear bearing...
- vicar who promises never to sell the pony. Beauty and Ginger are taken to Earlshall Park, home of the Lord and Lady of Wexmire (Peter Cook and Eleanor Bron)...
- House Kinneil House Balcaskie Broomhall House Crawford Priory (ruin) Earlshall Castle Elie House Falkland Palace Hallyards Castle Kellie Castle Leslie...
- Douglas Smith of Duncrub Dunure Ayrshire Brendan Clouston of Dunure 1997 Earlshall Fife Lt Col Paul Veen****jzen Echlin Edinburgh Rainer Kensy 2002 Edingight...
- Cathedral), and three elaborate 16th century memorial stones of the Bruces of Earlshall, the local lairds. One of the latter shows a full length figure of a woman...
- Bonavista. Dunbrody 1875 A barque that foundered off the Labrador coast. Earlshall  Newfoundland 24 January 1915 A Job Bros.& Co iron-hulled barque that...