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Scotland. Cawdor Castle , Inverness

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On the trail of my family tree.
My great-great grandfather was a gamekeeper and worked on the Cawdor Estate in Leadenham Lincs and laterly the Stackpole Estate in Pembs.
His second wife was born in Kincardine O'Neil and they married in London.
I have no idea how they met but as Kincardine O'Neil is close- ish to the Cawdor Estate in Inverness I imagine that she and he may have worked there.
I would like to visit the Cawdor Castle as I am heading to the Black Isle for Whitsun.
I would really like to know if there are any photographs on display of the castle staff and I can't see this information on the website(not surprisingly)
Does anyone know how I can find this out?
With thanks

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