The title Earl of Morton was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1458 for James Douglas of Dalkeith. Along with it, the title Lord Aberdour was granted. This latter title is the courtesy title for the eldest son and heir to the Earl of Morton.
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... Historical residences of the Earl of Morton include Aberdour Castle, Fife Aberdour House, Fife Dalkeith House, Midlothian Dalmahoy House, Edinburgh Loch Leven Castle, Kinross Morton ...
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