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William Sinclair of Tullope

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Birthplace: Scotland
Death: (Date and location unknown)
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Son of John Sinclair of Toab and Mary Stewart
Husband of Barbara Halcro and Jean Gordon
Father of David Sinclair, 1st Lord of Finnekumla; John Sinclair and James Sinclair
Brother of James Sinclair of Randel, baron of Randel
Half brother of Lieutenant General James King, 1st Lord Eythin; John King of Warbuster; Beatrix King and Major David King

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About William Sinclair of Tullope

WILLIAM SINCLAIR OF TULLOPE

Fiona's Finding Service: The Sinclairs of Tohop and Saba

Clan MacFarlane and associated clans genealogy

Evidence from the National Records of Scotland

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18 October 1615: Obligation by Mr Wm. Sinclair of Tullope narrating that whereas James Bishop of Glasgow and afterward Bishop of Orkney did by Charter of Feufarm dated (blank) sett to him and Jeane Gordoun, his spouse, the lands of Cowbister and Smowgrow in parish of Orphir, without reservation of liferent of either of the said two roumes to Marie Stewart, mother of said Wm., nevertheless he obliges himself to submit to arbitration with his mother and David King of Worbister, her spouse, anent what right, title or security he should give to them of the said lands National Records of Scotland, James Brown Craven bequest relating to local and ecclesiastical history on Orkney, reference GD106/137

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28 May 1618: Discharge by David King and Marie Stewart, his spouse, in favour of Wm. Sinclair, son of said Marie, of 10 meills malt and £3:6:8d in respect of assignation thereof to Jas. Baikie, merchant in Kirkwall National Records of Scotland, James Brown Craven bequest relating to local and ecclesiastical history on Orkney, reference GD106/118