Buccleuch

Buccleuch may refer to

  • the village of Buccleuch, Scottish Borders
  • Duke of Buccleuch, created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1663. The Chief of Clan Scott, and a claimant to the chieftaincy of the House of Douglas. The current holder of the title is the largest private landowner in the United Kingdom.
  • Buccleuch County, an administrative division in New South Wales
  • Buccleuch, South Australia, a small town
  • Buccleuch Mansion, a historic house museum in New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • Buccleuch, Gauteng, a suburb of Sandton in South Africa

Other articles related to "buccleuch":

Lord Lieutenant Of Roxburghshire
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Buccleuch, South Australia - History
... The town is named after the Duke of Buccleuch ... A school was opened in 1921 and closed in 1942 ...
Walter Scott Of Buccleuch
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Walter Scott Of Branxholme And Buccleuch
... Sir Walter Scott, 1st of Branxholme, 3rd of Buccleuch (c ... His great-grandson was Sir Walter Scott, 1st Lord Scott of Buccleuch, the "Bold Buccleuch" (1565–1611), a border reiver famed for his role in the rescue of Kinmont Willie ...
Buccleuch County
... Buccleuch County is one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales ... Buccleuch County was named in honour of the Duke of Buccleuch (1806-1884) ...