The Reverend Dr Walter
Gregor, a founder member of the Folklore Society, was one of the most
outstanding men of his day, combining the life of a parish minister with
that of a prolific scholar of international repute, a not unusual state
of affairs in Victorian times. A brief biography of him is shown
Here is some of his
We also found some of his
The Folk-Lore Journal
In which he wrote a number of articles.
Counting Out Rhymes of Children
Mills, Millers, Meal and Bread
Notes on the
Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland
In Notes on the Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland you'll find
Boy Code of Honour
About the Human Body
Dreama, Divination, &c.
Evenings at the Fireside
"Black Airt" and Devil Compacts
Place and Family Characteristics
Animal and Plant Superstitions
Times and Seasons and Weather
Christmas, New Year's Day, &c.
Boats and Fishing