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Andrew Borne of Sterling, Lord

Birthplace: 52 Water Side, Durbanton, Kirkingtilloch, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of John Stirling and Anna Martine (or Martin)
Husband of Margaret Anderson
Father of Juan Agustín Borne de Sterling Anderson, aka John Stirling

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About Lord Andrew Borne of Sterling

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Birth:  About 1750   Of, Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland 




 Spouse:  MARGARET ANDERSON  Family 
 Marriage:  About 1774   Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland 



Family group record submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The record includes the submitter's name and address and names and relationships of family members. The address may be outdated. Some information is estimated. To find the record on the film, you must know the batch and sheet number.  


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Batch Number:  F518337     
Sheet:  007     
Source Call No.:  1553723   Type:  Film 

Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950 for Andrew Stirling

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Name: Andrew Stirling Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 13 Oct 1751 Baptism/Christening Place: KIRKINTILLOCH,DUNBARTON,SCOTLAND Birth Date: 11 Sep 1751 Birthplace: Death Date: Name Note: Race: Father's Name: John Stirling Father's Birthplace: Father's Age: Mother's Name: Ann Martine Mother's Birthplace: Mother's Age: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C11498-4 System Origin: Scotland-ODM Source Film Number: unknown

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Keir HouseFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Keir House East front of Keir House Coordinates: 56.165902°N 3.982861°WCoordinates: 56.165902°N 3.982861°W Listed Building – Category A Designated: 5 October 1971 Reference #: 3935 Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland Official name: Keir Criteria: Work of Art, Historical,

Horticultural, Architectural 

Designated: 1987

Location in Stirling council area Keir House is a large country house near Stirling in central Scotland. It is located in the parish of Lecropt, 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) north-west of Bridge of Allan, in the former county of Perthshire. The estate was home to the Stirling family from the 15th to the 20th century. Keir House is protected as a category A listed building,[1] and the grounds are included on the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland, the national listing of significant gardens.[2]

Contents [hide] 1 History
2 The estate
3 References
4 External links

[edit] History

The Keir estate was acquired by the Stirling family in 1448, and a house was built on it in the 16th century. The Stirlings supported the Jacobites during the 18th-century rebellions, and the estate was forfeited. However, they continued to live at Keir, and built the present house in around 1760. Income from the family's estates in Jamaica funded agricultural improvements and landscaping of the grounds.[3]
Additions were made to the house, including the south-west wing to designs by David Hamilton, completed in 1831.[1] In 1847 Sir William Stirling Maxwell inherited the estate, and began a remodelling of the house and grounds. Architects Alfred Jenoure and William Stirling II worked on the house, while formal gardens were laid out by James Niven.[3] A chapel was added in 1912, designed by Rowand Anderson and Paul, and with interior mosaic decoration by Boris Anrep.[1] Sir William's grandson David Stirling, founder of the Special Air Service, was born at Keir in 1915.
In 1975 the house, together with 15,000 acres (6,100 ha), was sold by the Stirling family for £2 million to Mahdi Al Tajir, a businessman from the United Arab Emirates.[4][5]
[edit] The estate The estate is entered from the north-east via the New Lodge. Built in 1820 to Greek Revival designs by David Hamilton, this was originally the South Lodge, but was moved to its present location in 1969 when the M9 motorway was built through the eastern edge of the grounds.[6][7] The Home Farm was built in 1832 and designed by David Bryce, but was elaborated by Sir William Stirling-Maxwell around 1858. The large steading includes a clock tower and a dairy with pictorial tiles.[8]
[edit] References 1.^ a b c "Keir House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland
2.^ "Keir". An Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland. Historic Scotland
3.^ a b "Keir: Site History". An Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland. Historic Scotland
4.^ Pierce, Andrew (3 January 2007). "The Stirling profile". The Telegraph
5.^ "Keir House". Gazetteer for Scotland
6.^ "Keir, South Lodge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland
7.^ "Keir House, South Lodge, Gates". CANMORE. RCAHMS
8.^ "Keir Home Farm: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland
[edit] External links The Stirlings of Keir - Chapter III - The Lofty Brow of Ancient Keir, CLan Stirling online
Categories: Houses in Scotland | Category A listed buildings | Listed buildings in Stirling council area | Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes Log in / create account
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Lord Andrew Borne of Sterling's Timeline

September 11, 1751
52 Water Side, Durbanton, Kirkingtilloch, Scotland
June 15, 1788
Age 36
Kirkintilloch, Scotland, United Kingdom