Andrew Aytoun, of Kinglassie
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About Sir Andrew Aytoun, of Kinglassie
Third son of John Aytoun of Kinaldie, was admitted advocate on the 23d March 1639, and nominated an Ordinary Lord on the 14th February 1661. He died at Kinglassie on the 25th March 1670 being ane old man.
Source: An Historical Account of the Senators of the College of Justice: From Its Institution in MDXXXII; by George Brunton, David Haig; 1832; Page 82
Sir Andrew Aytoun, became an Advocate and m. to Rachel, daughter of David Aytoun, of Kinglassie, and sister and heiress of James Aytoun, of Kinglassie, with whom he had a charter of confirmation of the lands of Finglassie on 9 August, 1649, to be held by himself and his heirs, whom failing, by his brother David Aytoun, of Kinnaldie, and his heirs, whom failing, by thier brother William Aytoun. He dsp on 25 March, 1670, and bequeathed his fortune to his niece Rachel Aytoun and her husband James Alexander.