Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 -1907)

Thomas Glen Arthur of Garrick House, Ayr was the second son of James Arthur, of Carlung in Ayrshire and Barshaw in Renfrewshire, and Jane second daughter of Thomas Glen of Thornhill in Renfrewshire. He married 26 September 1888, Elizabeth Winthrop, eldest daughter of Sir James Coats, Baronet of Auchendrane in Ayrshire. He was a Justice of the Peace and a Chevalier of The Legion d’honneur. His collection of autograph letters was sold at Sotheby’s 10 April 1893. He died 2 February 1907, and his library was sold at Sotheby’s 15-17 July 1914. His elder brother, Mathew, was created a baronet in 1903.

Library Auction Details: Sotheby's (10 April 1893), (15-17 July 1914)
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 1) Title: Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 1)
Crest: A pelican in her piety
Motto: Fac et spera
Dimensions (height x width): 94mm x 80mm
Monogram: Thomas Glen Arthur
Heraldic Charges: pelican
Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 2) Title: Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 2)
Crest: A pelican in her piety
Motto: Fac et spera
Dimensions (height x width): 89mm x 69mm
Monogram: Thomas Glen Arthur
Heraldic Charges: pelican
Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 3) Title: Arthur, Thomas Glen (1857 - 1907) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions (height x width): 12mm x 13mm
Monogram: T G A