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Admiral Hon Neville Archibald John Watson Ettrick Napier MP (1904 - 1970)

Anne Napier (Chisholm) MP (deceased)

Biographical Summary " Agnes , who, as his second wife, married the celebrated John Napier of Merchistoun, the inventor of Logarithms, with issue five sons, all of whom founded respectable families, ...

Sir Archibald Napier, 7th Laird of Merchiston MP (c.1534 - 1608)

Archibald, seventh Laird of Merchiston, eldest son of the sixth Laird. Archibald was only 14 when his father died. He obtained permission to feudalise his rights to his paternal barony, although still ...

Booth Napier MP (1692 - 1780)

Booth (Bouth) NAPIER [008] Birth: 1 February 1692, New Kent County, Virginia, British North America Christening: 1 October 1692, New Kent County, Virginia, British North America Death: BEF 21 February ...

Charles Napier of Mildnovan MP (c.1538 - d.)

Charles NAPIER (ABT 1538, Blackyards, Scotland - ?) Married: Margaret Noble, relict of William Semple of Cathcart Elizabeth Watson Without issue by either. Links Sources The B...

Admiral Sir Charles Napier KCB GOTE RN MP (1786 - 1860)

Admiral Sir Charles John Napier KCB GOTE RN (6 March 1786[1] – 6 November 1860) was a Scottish naval officer whose sixty years in the Royal Navy included service in the Napoleonic Wars, Syrian War an...

Christina Napier (Norvell) MP (deceased)

BOOTH13 NAPIER (ROBERT12, PATRICK11, PATRICK10, ROBERT MUNGO9, JOHN8, ARCHIBALD7, ALEXANDER6, ALEXANDER5, ARCHIBALD4, JOHN3, ALEXANDER2, ALEXANDER1) Booth Napier was born 1 October 1692 in New Kent C...

Duncan Napier MP (1315 - 1370)

Duncan Napier, 5th Laird of Kilmahew MP (c.1450 - c.1481)

Duncan Napier, Laird of Kilmahew, flourished 1462. He married Elizabeth Musset (originally Montfichet) and in 1467 restored the Chapel of St. Mahew. His crypt may be seen there today. He was succeeded ...

Elisabeth Boyd (Napier) MP (deceased)

Elizabeth Napier (Booth) MP (c.1641 - 1672)

Information from: The Families of LOU DRAPER & CHARLIE MARTIN of Johnson and Henry Counties, Missouri" by James M McMillen Arlington, Texas Published in .pdf format 13 January 2010 ------------------...

Elizabeth Napier (Champion, 1741-1814) MP (1741 - c.1814)

LDS Baptism: 20 Oct 1999 Temple: OGDEN Endowment: 3 Apr 1998 Temple: PORTL

Francis Napier Woodson MP (1695 - 1777)

Francis Napier, 6th Lord Napier of Merchistoun MP (1705 - 1773)

Born Scott, he succeeded his grandmother Margaret Brisbane, 5th Lady Napier, to the title of 6th Lord Napier and had his last name changed to Napier. In 1725 ‎(age 19)‎ he succeeded his father to the...

Colonel Hon. George Napier MP (1751 - 1804)

Colonel The Hon. George Napier (11 March 1751 – 13 October 1804) was a British Army officer, most notable for his marriage to Lady Sarah Lennox, and for his sons Charles James Napier, William Francis...

Lt.-Gen. Sir George Thomas Napier MP (1784 - 1855)

See Wikipedia... Not sure where he was born due to different info from sources :-)

James Napier, 6th Laird of Kilmahew MP (b. - 1512)

James NAPIER, 6th Laird of Kilmahew (died 1512). Retoured heir of his father in 1478 but resigned in favor of his brother Robert. Father: Duncan NAPIER, Laird of Kilmahew (floruit 1462, Scotland) ...

Janet Napier (Bothwell) MP (b. - 1563)

John Napier of Kilmahew, younger MP (c.1620 - d.)

Parents: John Napier of Kilmahew and Lady Susannah Cuninghame. married Lilias Colquhoun, daughter of Alexander Colquhoun and Annabella Stewart, in 1649. Child of John Napier of Kilmahew, younger ...

Capt. John F. Napier MP (1742 - 1806)

vent: Comment 2 1777 Justice of the County Court (Min. book, pp.3, 4) Event: Comment 1 1777 Vestryman of St. Anne's Church in Albemarle Census: 1782 Heads of Families, 1790 (1908) p. 19) lists John...

John Napier, Laird of Kilmahew MP (1400 - 1462)

John NAPIER, Laird of Kilmahew. Birth: ABT 1400, Scotland. Floruit: 1441, Scotland Death: 1462, Scotland Father: John NAPIER, Laird of Kilmahew (ABT 1370, Scotland - AFT 1407, Scotland) Child 1: ...

Sir John Napier MP (c.1550 - 1617)

The Scots peerage : founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom; Page 417 ( ) John Napier of...

John Napier, Laird of Kilmahew MP (c.1500 - 1548)

John Napier, Laird of Kilmahew, who married in 1516 Margaret Sempill, daughter of Sempill of Fulwood. His grandfather was probably Patrick Maxwell, Baron of Newark, across the River Clyde. This John Na...

John Napier of Kilmahew III MP (c.1550 - d.)

John Napier of Kilmahew married Lady Susannah Cuninghame, daughter of William Cuninghame, 6th Earl of Glencairn and Janet Gordon Child of John Napier of Kilmahew and Lady Susannah Cuninghame John...

John Napier, I MP (1370 - 1461)

John Napier of Kilmahew flourished 1407 Links

Judith Mary Napier (Burke) MP (1743 - c.1800)

Katherine Adams (Napier) MP (1660 - 1725)

Child 4: Katherine NAPIER (12 October 1700, St. Peter’s Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, British North America - ?) [F]: m. John ADAMS (ABT 1705, Church Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia, British ...

Katherine Adams (Napier) MP (1651 - c.1702)

Maria Margaret Hubbard (Napier) MP (1817 - 1896)

Mary Napier (Perrin) MP (c.1670 - c.1718)

Note 3: Mary PERRIN (sometimes spelled "PARIN") was the daughter of Richard PERRIN and his wife, Katherine ROYALL Katherine ROYALL’s father, Joseph ROYALL, was among the earliest settlers of Virginia, ...

Mary "Polly" Napier (b. 1804) MP (c.1804 - d.)

Mary Napier (Champion) MP (c.1740 - c.1806)

Mary Tarleton Napier (Hughes) MP (c.1700 - 1755)

Mungo Napier, Burgess of Dumbarton MP (c.1579 - c.1633)

Mungo Napier, Burgess of Dumbarton before 1600 (St. Mungo, aka Kentigern, was the first Bishop of Glasgow and its patron saint). I don’t now know whom he married. He sold property in Dumbarton to a bro...

Patrick Napier of Blackyards, Tutor of Kilmahew MP (c.1536 - 1585)

Patrick Napier of Blackthird, Tutor of Kilmahew. He was born about 1522 and married Katherine Noble, daughter of the Sheriff Depute of Dunbartonshire. His namesake nephew Patrick succeeded as 14th Lord...

Patrick Napier, Sr. MP (1608 - 1659)

Burgess of Dumbarton, Gent., Barber to Charles I, King of England Marriage: 4 July 1628, St. Gregory’s Parish, London, England Spouse: Joane WALLIS Child 1: Valentine NAPIER (1626/7; christened 4...

Dr. Patrick Napier MP (c.1634 - 1668)

Patrick NAPIER, Chirurgeon [010] Birth: ABT 1634, , England Death: AFT 26 February 1668 and BEF 12 April 1669, Queen’s Creek, York County, Virginia, British North America Probate: Will proved, York Cou...

Patrick Napier, Sr. MP (1725 - 1799)

Patrick and Judith had 8 other children: --- Information not associated with this profile: My Name is Mary Frances Henderson (Jeffrey). I was born January 28, 1944 in Mexia, Texas. I was raised...

Rene Napier MP (c.1718 - 1750)

Rene Napier, Sr. MP (1702 - 1750)

Robert R. Napier, II MP (1697 - c.1763)

Death: BEF 12 May 1763 in Albemarle County, Virginia LDS Baptism: 13 Dec 1941 Endowment: 3 Jun 1942 Temple: ARIZO _UID: B4CE94FF4892554B9543A1E3708BB1 C35A30 Sealing Child: 19 Mar 1958 Temple: ...

Robert Napier (1737-1806) MP (1737 - 1806)

LDS Baptism: 15 Jun 1994 Temple: Endowment: 7 Jan 1995 Temple: Sealing Child: 25 Jan 1995 Temple: Note: Robert Napier was one of several of his relatives who signed a petition not to dissolve Flu...

Robert Napier of Kilmahew MP (c.1472 - 1513)

Robert Napier, flourished 1497, who married Agnes Maxwell in 1497. He may have been slain at Flodden Field in 1513, as his feudal lord, Matthew Earl of Lennox, was. Father: Laird Duncan NAPIER Flou...

Capt. Robert Napier, Sr. MP (1660 - 1731)

Robert NAPIER (Sr.), Captain [009] Birth: BEF 2 May 1660, Hampton Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, British North America Christening: 2 May 1660, Hampton Parish, York County, Virginia, British North ...

Robert Napier of Blackyards MP (c.1558 - d.)

Robert NAPIER (ABT 1558, , Scotland - ?) [M] son and successor in Blackyards of Patrick NAPIER of Blackyards, Tutor of Kilmahew. married Margaret Hamilton. father of "Black John," who was retou...

Sarah Napier (Lennox) MP (1745 - 1826)

Lady Sarah Lennox, an irrepressible Stuart, 1745-1826. Edith Roelker Curtis, W H Allen, London, no date but after 1939. Lady Sarah Lennox was the fourth daughter of the second Duke of Lennox, and t...

Susannah Napier (Smith, 1785-1835) MP (c.1785 - c.1835)

Death: AFT 1835

Lady Susannah Cunningame MP (c.1550 - d.)

Parents: daughter of William Cuninghame, 6th Earl of Glencairn and Janet Gordon Lady Susannah Cuninghame married John Napier of Kilmahew. Child of Lady Susannah Cuninghame and John Napier of Kilm...

Tarlton Napier (b. 1780) MP (1780 - d.)

Winifred Napier (Champion) MP (1715 - 1777)

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(Daughter) Napier (Lewis) (deceased)

(Violet) Muir Napier (Newson) (b. - 1992)

Information source - 1st dau. of Sir Percy Wilson Newson, 1st Bt. MP, of Framlingham, co. Suffolk, by his wife Helena Franklin, dau. of Col Denham Franklin

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?? Napier (Skidmore) (deceased)

Abellina Wardlaw (Napier) (deceased)

Abigail Napier (Slusher) (1836 - d.)

Able Napier (1944 - 1944)

Absolom Napier (deceased)

Absolum B Napier (deceased)

Action Napier (Hacker) (deceased)

Ada Fern Napier (1903 - 1990)

Ada A. Napier (c.1854 - d.)

Adam Napier (1826 - 1908)

Adam Napier (1826 - 1908)

Adam Napier (deceased)

Adam Napier (deceased)

Adam Napier (deceased)

Adrian Aaron Napier (1843 - d.)

Agnes Mary Gates (Napier) (1910 - 1986)

Agnes Napier (deceased)

Agnes Napier (Bowman) (1781 - d.)

Agnes Spence (Napier) (1816 - 1877)

Agnes Napier of Kilmahew (deceased)

Agnes Leiper FOOKES (NAPIER) (1835 - 1875)

Agnes M'Kinnon (Napier) (1803 - 1869)

Agnes Ogilvy (Napier) (deceased)

Agnes NAPIER (HERBERT) (c.1774 - d.)

Agnes MacKinnon (Napier) (1803 - 1869)

AJ Napier (1950 - 1950)

Albert Napier (deceased)

Alexander Napier (deceased)

Alexander Napier (deceased)

Alexander Arthur Napier (1891 - 1963)

Alexander S. Napier (deceased)

Alexander Napier (c.1421 - d.)

Alexander Napier (c.1844 - d.)

Sir Alexander Napier, 2nd Laird of Merchiston (1389 - c.1473)

Sir Alexander Napier, 2nd Laird of Merchiston, was Comptroller of the Royal Household, Vice-Admiral of Scotland, and a special ambassador for King James III--------------------Sir Alexander, second Lai...

Alexander Napier, of Merchiston (1364 - c.1454)

Alexander Napier was Provost of Edinburgh in 1437. He made such a fortune as a wool-merchant that he was able to lend money to King James I, against the security of the lands of Merchiston, which were ...

Alexander Napier (1828 - d.)

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Sir Alexander Napier, Kt. (c.1479 - 1513)

Sir Alexander, fifth Laird of Merchiston, eldest son of the fourth Laird. He was knighted before September 1507. Not much is known about Sir Alexander except that he married Janet Chisholm (the same fa...

Alexander Napier (1794 - d.)

Alexander Napier (1769 - d.)

Alexander Napier, of Culcreuch (b. - 1702)

Alexander Napier (deceased)

The Scots peerage : founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom; Page 413 ( ) Alexander, secon...

Sir Alexander Napier, of Lauriston (b. - 1629)

Biographical Summary " Sir Alexander of Lauriston , designed third son of Sir Archibald in a deed made in his favour 3 June 1595. He was served heir of his father in an annualrent from the lands and ...

Alexander Napier (c.1839 - d.)