The Roxburgh Group takes its name from the family heritage of its founder, Anthony Lowe. Shrouded in the many legends of the County of Roxburgh in medieval Scotland was a battle fought during the 14th Century. The exact dates were never recorded but according to English records, they succeeded in capturing Roxburgh Castle (once seat of the Scottish King David I. grandson of Macbeth's King Duncan).
At some point during the battle, Anthony's ancestors were allegedly captured by the English (unconfirmed) and resettled as farmers in the occupied Scottish lowlands. Over many generations they took up the name Lowe, with a Robert Lowe (there were two) taking an unplanned seven year holiday aboard the second convict fleet to Sydney in 1790.
Several historians have recently proposed that Roxburgh Castle was the original site of King Arthur's legendary city, Camelot. The current Duke of Roxburghe has declined numerous requests from archaeologists to either prove or disprove the claim. We choose to believe the legend.