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Amat Lodge, Ardgay
Tain Museum Image Library
Amat Lodge, Ardgay

This picture of Amat Lodge in the 19th Century shows its original form before extensions were built. See picture #93.
Picture added on 30 March 2004
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From some old family letters dated around 1930, I understand that the Marchioness of Conyingham lived at Amat Lodge, at least for part of the year. One of my ancestors worked as a servant for the Marchioness. Does anybody have any more details about the connection between the Marchioness and Amat?

Added by Allan Ferguson on 16 January 2005
From the book A Chieftain's home in the North of Scotland ( http://www.amatsalmon.com/history.htm )

Amat was purchased in 1924 by Major Gustavus Thompson, a London solicitor whose daughter was marrying John Victor Albert Blosse Conygham, "commonly called Lord John Conygham of Slane Castle, County Meath, Eire, a second Lieutenant in the Royal Navy" Amat was apparently the dowry. When Amat was sold in 1945 the seller was "The Most Honourable Antionette Winifred, Marchioness Conygham"


Added by Ross on 19 August 2005
There is a lady sitting outside.
I would like to find earlier fotos or sketches of Amat and the gardens
Added by Jonny Shaw on 02 December 2005
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