James Gillespie Graham

1776 - 1855

Architect. Born in Dunblane. Graham is known for his country houses and churches in the Scottish Gothic style. His particular forte was interiors, such as that of Taymouth Castle and the State Dining Room at Hopetoun House. His churches include St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Highland Tolbooth Church in Edinburgh, together with St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Cathedral in Glasgow. He also planned parts of the later development of the 'Lands of Drumsheugh' to become part of Edinburgh's New Town.

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