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The Honourable Sir William Macpherson of Cluny (and Blairgowrie), KB (1983), TD, MA. 27th Hereditary Chief of the Clan Macpherson (Cluny-Macpherson); b. 1.4.26; m., Sheila McDonald Brodie (deceased 2003); 2 s.; 1 d.
Education: Summer Fields, Oxford; Wellington College; Trinity College, Oxford (Hon. Fellow, 1991).
Scots Guards, 1944-47 (Captain); 21st Special Air Service Regiment (TA), 1951-65 (Lt.-Col. Commanding, 1962-65); Honorary Colonel, 21st SAS, 1983-91. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1952; Queen's Counsel, 1971-83; Recorder of the Crown Court, 1972-83; Member, Senate and Bar Council, 1979-83; Bencher, Inner Temple, 1978; Judge of the High Court of Justice (of England and Wales), Queen's Bench Division, 1983-96; Honorary Member, Northern Circuit, since 1987. Member, Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers), since 1976, Brigadier, 1989, Ensign, 2002, Lieutenant, 2003; Vice President, Royal Scottish Corporation; President, Highland Society of London, 1991-94; Hon. LLD, Dundee University, 1999.
Recreations: golf; fishing; rugby football; archery.
Address: (h.) Newton Castle, Blairgowrie, Perthshire PH10 6SU.
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