David Makgill of Cranstoun Riddell

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David Makgill

Birthdate: (80)
Birthplace: Glenguiken, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, (Present UK)
Death: February 13, 1595 (76-84)
Cranstoun Riddell, Midlothian, Scotland, (Present UK)
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir James MakGill and Helen Makgill
Husband of Elizabeth Makgill (Forrester)
Father of David Makgill of Cranstoun Riddell; Elizabeth Makgill; Alexander Makgill, Provost of Corstorphine; Lawrence Makgill; John Makgill, WS and 1 other
Brother of Sir James Makgill of Rankeillour; John Makgill; Agnes Hill and Helen Makgill

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About David Makgill of Cranstoun Riddell

Biographical Summary

"David Makgill, acquired the barony of Nisbet, of which he had a charter 1561, also of the lands of Cranstoun Riddell in the county of Edinburgh...

...He died in the month of February 1595. He married, first, contract 11 May 1557, Elizabeth, sister of James Forrester of Corstorphine. She died in Edinburgh 16 March 1578-79. He married, secondly, Isobel, daughter of Robert Cunninghame, who survived him, and married, secondly, contract 14 April 1598, Mr James Wardlaw, advocate."

SOURCE: The Scots peerage, Vol. VI, page 592-593

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Notes from www.stirnet.com

David Makgill of Nesbit and Cranston Riddell (d 13.02.1595) m1. (mcrt 11.05.1557) Elizabeth Forrester (d 16.03.1578-9, dau of James Forrester of Corstorphine)* Reference: RootsWeb's WorldConnect - SmartCopy: Sep 15 2016, 20:33:31 UTC

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David Makgill of Cranstoun Riddell's Timeline

Glenguiken, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, (Present UK)
Age 43
Cranstown Riddell, Midlothian, Scotland, (Present UK)
December 18, 1559
Age 44
Midlothian, Scotland
February 13, 1595
Age 80
Cranstoun Riddell, Midlothian, Scotland, (Present UK)