David Gordon Allen d'Aldecamb Lumsden
David Gordon Allen d'Aldecamb Lumsden of Cushnie, SMOM, MA, FSAL, FSAS (b. 25 May 1933, Quetta, Baluchistan, Empire of India (now Pakistan) - died 29 August 2008, Fort William, Scotland) was a Scottish businessman, nationalist and sometime Baron of Cushnie-Lumsden (in Aberdeen).
The son of Henry Gordon Strange Lumsden, a Major in the Royal Scots, of Nocton Hall, Lincolnshire and Sydney Mary Elliot, he was educated at Allhallows, Devon; Bedford School; and Jesus College, Cambridge (MA) before serving in the Territorial Army with the London Scottish.
His Requiem Mass in 2008 was the first celebration in St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, since 1969, of Mass in the 1962 form, approved in July of the previous year as an extraordinary form of the Roman Rite.
Nationalist or secular affiliations
- Garioch Pursuivant to the Chief of the Name and Arms of Mar (presently Margaret of Mar, the 30th Countess of Mar), one of the four surviving private officers of arms in Scotland recognised by the Court of the Lord Lyon
- Co-founder, Scottish Historic Organs Trust (1991 - his death)
- Co-founder and Chairman, Castles of Scotland Preservation Trust (1985 - his death)
- President, Scottish Military History Society
- Admiral the Viscount Keppel Association
- Patron of the Aboyne Highland Games (1999 - his death)
- President of the 1745 Association/Scottish Military History Society (1991 - his death)
- Convenor of the Monarchist League of Scotland (1993)
- Member of Lloyd's Register (1985 - 2001)
- Member, Council, Royal Stuart Society