Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne entry: Overview screen.
By about 1792
Carolina Oliphant (later Lady Nairne) first began writing songs.
One of the few datable songs by Carolina Oliphant (later Lady Nairne) was "The Land o' the Leal"
, written upon the death of a friend's eldest child.
26 October 1845
Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne, died at her family home (which had been pulled down and rebuilt since her childhood), in the care of her nephew and his family at Gask
. She was buried there, in the family chapel.