George Munro, 7th of Milntown

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George Munro

Death: 1630
Immediate Family:

Son of George Munro, 6th of Milntown and Mariot MacCulloch
Husband of Margaret Innes
Father of Andrew Munro, 8th of Milntown and Hugh Munro
Brother of John Munro; William Munro and David Munro
Half brother of Helen Munro, of Milntown; Catherine Munro; Hector Munro; John Munro and Janet Munro

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About George Munro, 7th of Milntown

Biographical Summary

"VII. George Monro, who was in 1623 served heir to his father in a fourth of the lands and town of Meikle Allan, containing two oxgangs of the extent of 13s 46, and a fourth of the alehouse to the extent of 3s 46. He was in the same year served his father's heir in the lands of Milntown, "with the mills and office of chief mair of the Earldom of Ross, of the extent of 8 chalders, 4 bolls of victual ; a croft named the Markland of Tullich, of the extent of one pound of wax ; and the lands and town of Meikle Meddat, of the extent of 6 chalders of bear and oatmeal, and other dues, its alehouse with toft and croft, of the extent of 13s 4d, and its other alehouse, without toft and croft, of the extent of 6s 8d — in the Barony of Delnie, Earldom of Ross, and Sheriffdom of Inverness.* On the 15th of January, 1625, Alexander Ross of Pitkerie and his brothers, George and John, are witnesses to a sasine in favour of George Monro of Milntown of the two mills of Fearn. On the 19th of January, 1627, he has a sasine of the lands of Kilmuir.

George married Margaret, daughter of Sir Robert Innes, XXIII. of Innes, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander, Lord Elphinstone, with issue —

  • Andrew, his heir and successor.
  • Margaret, who married Captain Alexander Forester of Corstorphine, with issue.

He died in 1630, when he was succeeded as representative of the family by his only son."

SOURCE: History of the Munros of Fowlis: with genealogies of the principal families of the name to which are added those of Lexington and New England; Alexander Mackenzie; 1898; page 287-288

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