Alexander Buchan (11 April 1829 - 13 May 1907)
The Buchan Spells is a popular term in meteorology that derived from Alexander Buchan, that first noticed these departures from the normal expected temperatures during seasons. He established the weather map as the foundation of weather forecasting
John Buchan (26 August 1875 - 11 February 1940)
A clergyman’s son educated at the universities of Glasgow & Oxford before being called to the Bar in 1901. He is famous for writing ‘The Thirty-nine Steps’ popularised by Alfred Hitchcock in his film of the same name. Buchan served as the 15th Governor General of Canada from 1935 until his death in 1940, at the age of 64.
Clan Buchan Places
Auchmacoy estate in Aberdeenshire has belonged to Clan Buchan for over 700 years. The current Auchmacoy House was completed in 1830, replacing previous buildings.