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John Middleton, of Kilhill (deceased)

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Helen Middleton (deceased)

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George Middleton (c.1660 - 1708)

Mentioned 27 March 1642 in Aberdeen. (Records of Old Aberdeen MCLVII-MCMIII, page 15.) Mentioned 22 August 1662 as 'Dr. George Middleton, brother-german to Mr. Alexander Middleton.' - Reg. of Deeds (...

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Alexander Middleton, D.D. (c.1610 - 1685)

Pricipal of Kings College, Aberdeen Graduated at King's College, Aberdeen 1630. Regent and Procurator Laudoniensis 30 June 1634 Sub-Principal of King's College 10 March 1641. Admitted minister of the...

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Iwer Gregoriussen Middelthun (c.1751 - 1831)

Either he came to Norway, or his father did before he was born. Iwer/Iver/Ivar is a Norse name, which indicates that it was perhaps his father (related to the 1745 Jacobite rebellion?), and that Iwer w...

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Laurence Middleton of that Ilk (b. - c.1490)

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Robert Middleton (deceased)

'the granters son,' witness to an assignation by Robert Middleton of Caldham 16 July 1639.

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Alexander Middleton (b. - c.1533)

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Gilbert Middleton (deceased)

Entered Scots College at Paris in 1635, became a Jesuit, and died a young man.

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Laurence Middleton (deceased)

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Andrew Middleton (b. - 1706)

No issue. Mentioned in Memoranda for the Use of Those Relatives who May Succeed Him by James Middleton Paton, 1875.

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George Middleton (deceased)

Servitor to Thomas Cheyne [2nd] in Shetland, 1621-1623. - "Diplomatarium Orcadense et Hialtlandense", "Orkney and Shetland Records", page 14 and 19. Mentioned 16 October 1647 as 'George Middleton og ...

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George Middleton (deceased)

Alive in 1688.

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James Middleton (deceased)

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Francis Middleton (c.1652 - d.)

According to this record on familysearch he was born in 1612, but that must be wrong, since his father is a younger brother of John (ca 1609) and Alexander (ca 1610). Was Sir James born in 1612? The or...

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Gregorius Middelthun (1778 - 1830)

Norways first coin engraver at Kongsberg, 1814. Født i Danmark, 1778 (Beregnet fra alder ved begravelse). Lærlingbrev hos bokbinder Christoph Lösch i Bergen, 16. feb. 1793. ...

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Francis Middleton (deceased)

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Anne Middleton (deceased)

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Maria Constantia van Mander (1615 - d.)

"Anno 1661 den 8 agusti haffuerjeg giffuet Mig j den h[el]l[ige] tree foldighedts Navn udj Ectescabstand udj Carel van Manders hus udj Estergaden [Østergade] y Koppenhagen Med Meget dødig...

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Henry Middleton, of Clerkhill (deceased)

Acquired the lands of Cramondgorth, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1553. Port Henry constructed by Henry Middleton of Clerkhill under supervision of George 5th Earl Marischal. In existence by 1593.

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John Middleton, 1st Earl of Middleton MP (1609 - 1674)

JOHN MIDDLETON, 1ST EARL OF MIDDLETON belonged to a Kincardineshire family which had held lands at Middleton since the 12th century. In early life he served as a soldier in France; later he fought ag...

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Anna Middleton (deceased)

Youngest daughter of Thomas Forbes of Waterton. Parents mentioned in Memoranda relating to the family of Forbes of Waterton (1857) , on page 10.

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Elizabeth Middleton (deceased)

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Margaret Middleton (b. - c.1595)

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Robert Middleton of Caldhame (c.1572 - 1645)

Lived at Caldhame

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Gilbert Middleton (c.1493 - d.)

Held, together with his wife, the Temple Lands of Middleton, Fettercairn, and Benholm according to a charter dated 1519.

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Grizel Middleton (1651 - d.)

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William Middleton of that Ilk (b. - c.1425)

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Alexander Middleton (deceased)

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Elizabeth Middleton (deceased)

Mentioned in Memoranda for the Use of Those Relatives who May Succeed Him by James Middleton Paton, 1875.

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Charles Middleton (b. - 1699)

Joined his cousin, Earl Middleton, in France and died there. Mentioned in Memoranda for the Use of Those Relatives who May Succeed Him by James Middleton Paton, 1875.

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Johan Julius Middelthun (1819 - d.)

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Sir James Middleton (b. - 1672)

Knighted before 1662, probably the Cornet James Middleton to whom in 1646 the Parliament granted 600 merks for his pains and expenses for carrying letters to and from the Lord-General to the Parliament...

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William Middleton (deceased)

As Captain William Middleton he is men- tioned in several deeds, 1669 and 1670. - Ibid. (Dab.), 20 December 1669 - Ibid. (Dundee), 18 June 1675 On 8 April 1672 he was admitted a Burgess of Aberdeen '...

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Violet Middleton (b. - c.1500)

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George Middleton (deceased)

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Julius Olavus Middelthun (1820 - 1885)

Norwegian sculptor. He worked first as an apprentice goldsmith in Christiania, and then studied under Herman Wilhelm Bissen from 1840 to 1851 at the Kunstakademi in Copenhagen. Here he adopted a conser...

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John Middleton (b. - c.1618)

No issue, according to Douglas's peerage.

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Walter Middleton (deceased)

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Andrew Middleton of Balbegno (b. - 1699)

Andrew, of Pitgarvie (afterwards of Balbegno), styled ' brother-german to John, Earl of Middleton.' - Gen. Reg. Sasines, 1 October 1673 He was Hon. Muster-Master ... - Reg. of Deeds (Mack.), vi. f. 1...

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Robert Middleton of Balbegno (c.1684 - 1710)

"He died without issue in 1710, and bequeathed the property to his brother-in-law, John Ogilvy, advocate", according to The history of Fettercairn . Married before he became of age. Mentioned in Me...

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Gilbert Middleton of that Ilk (deceased)

The name derives from lands at Middleto(u)n near Kincardine, granted in 1094 by King Duncan II to Malcolm, Son of Kenneth, who was the first to be known by the surname.

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David Middleton (deceased)

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Alexander Middleton (deceased)

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Margaret Middleton (deceased)

Mentioned 16 October 1647 as 'George Middleton og Margaret Robertsoun, his wife' - "The Records of the Sheriff court of Aberdeenshire" (July 1904), page 516. Laurence' father was named George Middlet...

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Anna Cicilie Middelthun (1813 - 1891)

Bryllup (Nederst). Begravelse (Nederst).

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