Fraser-Tytler, Edward Grant, Lieutenant-Colonel, 1856-fl1908
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Edward G. Fraser-Tytler, 09 March 1908
Scope and Contents Fraser-Tytler states that he approves of Ewart's 'scheme' and that he has seen his letter to Haldane. He hopes that the War Office will take the crofters' ponies at three years old.
Dates: 09 March 1908
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Grant Fraser-Tytler, 07 May 1908
Scope and Contents Fraser-Tytler states that he is sending Ewart the pedigrees and travelling particulars of the stallions which demonstrate how they are working in the district.
Dates: 07 May 1908
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Grant Fraser-Tytler, 20 May 1908
Scope and Contents Fraser-Tytler writes that it is a shame Ewart will miss meeting Majors McNeill and Schofield to see the ponies being bred in the Highlands and Islands before they write their report. He recommends contacting Lord Lovat for any help he might be able to provide. He wonders if Major McNeill is the old friend of his who used to be in the 16th Lancers.
Dates: 20 May 1908
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Grant Fraser-Tytler, 02 March 1913
Scope and Contents Fraser-Tytler confirms arrangements for visiting Devonshire with Ewart and his wife, and asks whether Ewart will be seeing the Polo and Riding Pony Show. He disagrees with the men who wish to start a new stud book for Highland Ponies.
Dates: 02 March 1913