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by Sylvia Robertson,Patricia Young

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Sylvia Robertson,Patricia Young
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978-0955623301
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Atholl Publications; 2Rev Ed edition (August 2007)
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Evelyn Stewart Murray, youngest daughter of the 7th. Duke of Atholl. Rejecting the conventional life expected. Evelyn’s collection of Gaelic folktales and her. embroidery have recently begun to attract increasing. attention and she seems destined to become better.

Evelyn Stewart Murray, youngest daughter of the 7th. of aristocratic women, Evelyn devoted her life to intel-. lectual and artistic pursuits, especially the study of. Gaelic folk tales, needlework and embroidery.

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Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray (17 March 1868 – 30 July 1940) was a Scottish folklorist who collected Gaelic folk tales and songs. She was also a skilled needleworker and collector of embroidery and lace. Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray was born at Blair Castle in Perthshire, Scotland on 17 March 1868, the youngest daughter of John Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of Atholl, and his wife, Louisa Moncreiffe, daughter of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 7th Baronet.

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The Nine Trades of Dundee, and Sylvia Robertson and Patricia Young, Daughter of Atholl: Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray 1868-1940. For Whatever Ales Ye': Women as Producers and Consumers in Late Medieval Scottish Towns. This article examines the role of women in the economy of medieval Scottish towns, focussing especially on the brewing industry, an area which was dominated by women. She was the youngest daughter of John Murray, the 7th Duke of Atholl and his wife Louisa. Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray was born at Blair Castle in Perthshire, Scotland on 17 March 1868 Murray received a typical Victorian aristocratic education being tutored b. .

Lady Evelyn Stewart Murray, was a Scottish folklorist who collected Gaelic folktales and songs in 1891 from people who lived on and around the Blair Castle estate in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. Lady Evelyn had the typical upbringing of a Victorian aristocrat but was far from typical for her time and class. During her teenage years she became seriously ill and to keep boredom at bay she began to learn Gaelic. During 1891 she compiled a collection of over two hundred myths and tales.