Angus Graham

Angus Graham, born in Skipness in 1892, lived there as a boy, went back as occasion offered in later years, and maintained a close connection with the place until 1922, when, after education at Oxford and war service with the Highland Light Infantry, he went to Canada, being the youngest son, to earn his living in forestry. Returning home in 1933, he was appointed Secretary of the Royal Commission on the Ancient monuments of Scotland in 1935, and was also for many years Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. He died in 1980 and is buried at Skipness.