Reginald Lindesay-Bethune, 12th Earl of Lindsay
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The eldest son of the 11th Earl of Lindsay and Emily Marian Crosse, he succeeded his father in 1917, and assumed the additional surname of Lindesay in 1919.
Lord Garnock was unsuccessful Conservative parliamentary candidate for Buckrose, East Yorkshire, in 1906. He was a Scottish representative peer in the House of Lords from 1917. He was also Master of Fife Fox Hounds.
- The London Gazette: . 4 February 1902.
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