William York Macgregor
He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy from 1875 (Associate R.S.A. 1898; R.S.A. 1921) and twice at the Royal Academy, was a member of the R.S.W.S. 1885–1906 and the New English Art Club in 1892. Macgregor travelled widely on the Continent 1886–90. A member of Glasgow Art Club, work by Macgregor was included in the club's Memorial Exhibition in April 1935, in memory of those of its members who had died since the First World War.
He died in Oban on 28 September 1923. He is buried in Old Logie Kirkyard east of Bridge of Allan. The graveyard lies a few hundred metres north of the modern Logie Cemetery. The grave is against the north wall.
He was married to Jessie Watson (died 1941).
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- Glasgow Herald article 9 April 1935 ‘’Glasgow Art Club – Memorial Exhibition Opened’’ Retrieved 2011-08-17.
- Grave of W Y Macgregor, Logie Kirkyard
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