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David Ian Liddell-Grainger, KStJ, DL, FSA Scot (b. 26 January 1930 — d. 12 March 2007), a former Scottish politician, was the son of Henry Liddell-Grainger and Lady Muriel Felicia Vere Bertie, daughter of Montague Bertie, 12th Earl of Lindsey.
- Ian Richard Peregrine Liddell-Grainger (born 23 February 1959)
- Charles Montagu Liddell-Grainger (born 23 July 1960)
- Simon Rupert Liddell-Grainger (born 28 December 1962)
- Alice Mary Liddell-Grainger (born 3 March 1965)
- Malcolm Henry Liddell-Grainger (born 14 December 1967)
Liddell-Grainger and Christine de la Rue (née Schellin) conducted an affair in the 1970s that was open knowledge. As a result, Liddell-Grainger and his then wife, Anne, were divorced in 1981. Christine de la Rue was also married but moved into the Liddell-Grainger family home, Ayton Castle, near Eyemouth. The couple had two children, (David) Henry Liddell-Grainger (born 31 January 1983) and Maximilian Liddell-Grainger (born 1985; died 1998) and subsequently married on 18 October 1996. Despite this, when Christine Liddell-Grainger's first husband, Sir Eric de la Rue, became terminally ill, he was moved into Ayton Castle, where he stayed until his death.
When Liddell-Grainger died in 2007, Ayton Castle and its 6000 acre estate were left to the surviving son of his second marriage, not to the children of his first marriage.
In June 2011, Ayton Castle was put up for sale by Christine Liddell-Grainger.
In 1955, he was created an Officer of St John of Jerusalem and later a Knight of that order in 1974 and served in the Royal Company of Archers between 1955 and 1983. He was a member of Berwickshire County Council from 1958 and 1973. and Deputy Lieutenant of Berwickshire between 1963 and 1985.
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