Graham, Thomas Dunlop Douglas Cunninghame -1884)

Thomas Dunlop Douglas Cunninghame Graham, of Dunlop in Ayrshire, was the fourth son of William Cunninghame Cunninghame Graham, of Gartmore in Perthshire, and the eldest son by his second wife, a Mrs Bogle. Arms (Quarterly 1 & 4. Or on a pale gules a mullet on a chief sable three escallops (Graham of Gartmore) 2 & 3. Or a fess checky argent and azure in chief a chevron gules (Stewart of Strathearn)) were granted to Sir William Grahame of Gartmoir 1st Baronet of Nova Scotia (Lyon Register 21 July 1673). The second Baronet died insane and without issue and the baronetcy became extinct. His sister married her cousin, Robert Graham of Gallangad who claimed the Earldom of Monteith, and for a time voted as Earl in the elections for Scottish peers, but at last was requested to desist. They also had no issue. Nicol Graham of Gartmore matriculated the arms with a crescent instead of a mullet in the 1st and 4th quarters and supporters of two lions rampant gardant proper 1st October 1772.

Seat / Residence(s): Dunlop House, Ayrshire
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Graham, Thomas Dunlop Douglas Cunninghame (Stamp 1) Motto: For right and reason
Crest: An eagle displayed holding in the dexter foot a sword
Heraldic Charges: eagle displayed, Heraldic Charges: sword