Panmure Close Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh

Panmure Close Sign Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh

 Panmure House, is where the Jacobite Earl of Panmure had his town house and later the Countess of Aberdeen before Adam Smith lived and died here(1772-1790). Adam Smith is buried in the Canongate Kirk Graveyard and his statue is in the High Street near to St Giles Cathedral. The poppies on the gates were to show that this was the access to the Lady Haig Poppy factory between 1931 – 1965. Access to Panmure house is at 115 Canongate Little Lochend Close. 

Panmure House 

 Panmure Close Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh  Panmure House from Panmure Close Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh  

             Cadell House

   

 

 Panmure Close Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh Here the Jacobite Earl of Panmure had his town house and garden. The house was later occupied by Adam Smith author of "The Wealth of Nations "  Adam Smith Panmure House Plaque Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh, Panmure House on the east side of this close Adam Smith lived from 1778 to 1790    Panmure Close Canongate Edinburgh Poppy Plaque The Poppies above mark that this close gave access to The Ladt Haig's Poppy Factory from 1931 TO 1965 The factory continues with its work today from Warriston Road Edinburgh  

Cadell House and Panmure House 

Cadell and Panmure Houses in Panmure Close Canongate Royal Mile Edinburgh

Link to Lochend Close