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Lieutenant Colonel John Graham of Duchray and Rednock (d.1790), 42nd Highlanders

Photo credit: The Black Watch Castle & Museum

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The sitter is either Captain John Graeme (retiring as Captain in 1764 after gaining the rank in 1762) or Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Graeme (retiring as Lieutenant Colonel in 1771 after achieving the rank in 1770. Lieutenant Colonel John Graeme of Duchray and Rednock served with the 42nd Highlanders from 1756 until 1763. He served in the North American Campaigns and was wounded at Ticonderoga (7th July 1758) and at Bushy Run (August 1762).

The Black Watch Castle & Museum


  • Medium

    oil on canvas 

  • Measurements

    75.5 x 63.5 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    gift, 2010


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The Black Watch Castle & Museum

Balhousie Castle, Hay Street, Perth, Perth and Kinross PH1 5HR Scotland

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