Robert Dundas, 2nd Lord of Arniston
Son of Sir James Dundas, Kt. and Marion A Boyd
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About Robert Dundas, Lord Arniston
Wikipedia Biographical Summary
"Robert Dundas, Lord Arniston (died 1726) was a Scottish ordinary lord of session...
...He was the eldest son of Sir James Dundas, Lord Arniston, by Marion, daughter of Robert, lord Boyd. He was educated abroad, but returned to Scotland as an adherent of the Prince of Orange, and represented Midlothian in the parliaments of 1700–2 and 1702–7...
...By his wife Margaret, daughter of Sir Robert Sinclair of Stevenson, he had six sons, of whom the second, Robert Dundas the elder, became lord president of the court of session, and four daughters. Dundas died on 25 November 1726."
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