|article dated Monday, November 21, 1932|
I have transcribed the caption from the photograph:
ANGUS SPORTSMEN who took party in Edzell GunClub's shooting match on Saturday. Left to right--Mr J.
Fenton, Balintore Castle, Glenisla; Mr W. Smith, Fetter-
cairn; Mr G. Caithness, Craigendowie, Lethnot; and Mr
D. Howe, Marykirk. Messrs Caithness and Howe are
While the two figures on the right may be international shots, Mr. J. Fenton from Balintore Castle (on the left) is the standout because he is rocking his look of baggy tweed suit and tweed hat placed backwards on his head. It is unclear if Mr. Fenton is the owner of the castle, the shooting tenant, the gamekeeper or a relative of the gamekeeper. Around this time, there was a gamekeeper called W. Fenton whose name, we found written on one of the shutters.
I would like to think that as a later resident of Balintore Castle that I have picked up the style mantle. But I don't think this!