Ian Ogilvy-Grant, 8th Earl of Seafield
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Ian Charles Ogilvy-Grant, 8th Earl of Seafield (1851–1884) was a Scottish peer. He resided at Cullen House in Cullen but also owned several houses throughout the valley. The Reidhaven Estate owns several houses in Banffshire and Strathspey. Strathspey is home to Inverallan House near Grantown-on-Spey, a small fishing lodge. In past times it was used as a home for the family of the Factor to the estate up until very recently. Kinveachy Lodge near Carrbridge has also been a house belonging to the Ogilvy-Grants, where up until this day many of the Ogilvy-Grants visit on holidays.
Seafield was involved in the erection of the Church of Scotland church in Grantown-on-Spey which is now dedicated to him. The small hospital and health centre also in Grantown-on-Spey also bears his name as the Ian Charles Hospital.
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John Charles Ogilvy-Grant
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