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Benjamin Haws MP (c.1718 - c.1783)

Recorded as written: Haws was in the same regiment as Sir John Wedderburn, a Baronet. The Baroness was a strong Stuart supporter and a recruiting agent for the Prince, exhorting men to join his force...

10/27/2008 8/22/2016

John Haws MP (c.1690 - d.)

"Chief"

Recorded as written: A number of other clans/families are septs (sub branches) of the Campbells including Burns/Burnes, Caddell, Hastings, Hawes/Haws/Hawson,Lorne, Loudon, Mac Connechey, MacDermid/Ma...

10/27/2008 8/22/2016

Chief John Haws MP (1650 - 1700)

Taken from Family Search; MyraLSBRoriginally submitted this to Reece In-Laws Family Tree on 8 Nov 2009: An article found in the paper of Chloe Haws Lunt received from Capt. G. W. Haws At the beginnin...

10/27/2008 8/22/2016

John Haws MP (1622 - d.)

Born: 1622 Highlands, Angus, Scotland Spouse: Unknown Children: Chief John Haws, b. 1650; d.1700 Death: Unknown The first Haws was so named from the time King James IV instituted them early i...

10/27/2008 8/22/2016

Donald Munro, 1st Chief of Munro MP (c.1000 - 1053)

"Donald a Bunro", "Domnall Abunro"

also known as Domnall Abunro and Donald a Bruno Donald Munro (died 1039) is the first traditional chief of the Clan Munro. There is no existing contemporary evidence for Donald's existence however ...

9/12/2008 9/23/2015

The current chief of the clan MacDougall is Morag Morley MacDougall of MacDougall . The Chieftaincy of a Gaelic clan now usually follows the principle of agnatic seniority. The present holder is a ni...

5/11/2015 5/14/2015

Duncan de Forbes (born circa 1250) received the original charter to Forbes lands at Strathdon, Aberdeenshire from Alexander III in 1271/2. He died some time after the birth of his son, John de Forbes, ...

2/27/2007 11/18/2013

8/30/2009 11/18/2013

Adam de Gordon MP (c.1045 - 1093)

"Adam de Gordoun"

HIGHLANDERS, A HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH CLANS, by Fitzroy MacLean, Penguin Studio Books, New York, N.Y. (1995), p. 256 says this about the origin of the Gordon Clan. "The name Gordon is derived from t...

8/16/2008 11/18/2013

10/26/2013 10/26/2013

Fergus Day Hort Macdowall, 27th of Garthland M, #455641, b. 19 December 1924 Fergus Day Hort Macdowall, 27th of Garthland was born on 19 December 1924. He is the son of Henry Charles Victor Macdo...

10/25/2013 10/25/2013

7/16/2012 10/24/2013

Sir Ian Fife Campbell Anstruther of that Ilk, 8th Bt of Balcaskie MP (1922 - 2007)

"13th Bt of Anstruther", "Hereditary Carver to the Sovereign", "Hereditary Master Roy Household Scotland", "Chief of the name and Arms of Anstruther"

Sir Ian Fife Campbell Anstruther of that Ilk, 8th/13th Bt. Born on 11 May 1922. Son of Douglas Tollemache Anstruther and Enid Campbell. Married, firstly , Geraldine Honor Blake, daughter of Cap...

9/2/2009 10/23/2013

Biographical Summary " John Anstruther, the younger, of Anstruther and of Blie House, co. Fife, s. and h. ap. of Sir William Anstruther, of the same, sometime (1707) a Lord of Justiciary (d. 24 Jan. ...

1/28/2013 10/23/2013

William de Candela died circa 1153.He gained the title of Lord of Anstruther [feudal baron] in 1100 --- √ Burke's Peerage - page 112 Volume 1 107th edition William de Candela ; feudal Ld (ter...

9/4/2008 10/23/2013

Peter Roy Crawford R1B MP (1847 - 1931)

September 30, 1875 newspaper article: "Mr. Peter Crawford will be advanced to the senior school at the retirement of Maj. Lewis." Sarnia Observer of July 4, 1879 - note in Wallaceburg section to say ...

9/16/2010 10/18/2013

Dougald Crawford R1B MP (1771 - d.)

5/18/2013 10/18/2013

Fearchar Mac an t-Sagairt, Earl of Ross MP (1170 - 1257)

"Son of the Priest", "Farquhar MacTaggart", "Ferchar", "Machentagard", "Ferquhard MacTaggart", "Fearchar of Ross", "Ferchar mac in tSagairt", "Fearchar Earl of Ross", "Ferquhard", "Ferquard", "Farquhar"

Farquhar MacTaggart , Earl of Ross He was the first Mormaer or Earl of Ross (1223–1251) we know of from the thirteenth century, whose career brought Ross into the fold of the Scottish kings for the f...

7/8/2007 10/8/2013

William I, Lord of Douglas MP (b. - c.1214)

"12657", "Lord of Douglas"

William of Douglas (d.c.1214) was a Medieval nobleman of Flemish origin living in Clydesdale, an area under the control of the King of the Scots. The origins of William are uncertain, the first of th...

8/19/2007 10/5/2013

√ Burke's Peerage - page 45 Volume 1 107th edition "The family is of Norman origin, from Agneaux near St. Lô; Herbert d'Agneaux recorded there in 1082, had an eldest son Herbert who acquired lands ...

10/1/2013 10/2/2013

Sir Alexander Blair Cochrane MP (c.1584 - 1641)

familytreemaker.genealogy.com.... ; Alexander Blair , was born 1584 in Blair, Ayrshire, Scotland, and died date unknown in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Cochrane on 24 Jul...

2/6/2009 9/30/2013

3/5/2013 9/30/2013

In 1334 he organised a rising against English rule, along with Robert II, 7th High Steward.1 As a reward, he was granted the demesnes of Clackmannan. of Clackmannan ref ILG In 1334 he organised a ris...

5/17/2007 9/30/2013

Biographical Summary " Sir David Broun, knight, Lord of Cumber-Colltoun in the 23rd year of the reign of Alexander III. (1272), bestows parts of his lands in the territory of Cumber-Colltoun on the S...

8/18/2012 9/30/2013

Malcolm Brodie MP (c.1249 - c.1285)

12/16/2008 9/30/2013

9/26/2010 9/30/2013

1/16/2012 9/30/2013

Thomas Borthwick MP (b. - 1368)

THOMAS BORTHWICK (aka THOMAS OF BORTHWICK) An ancestry has not been identified for Thomas Borthwick (aka Thomas of Borthwick), although, according to the tradition of the Borthwick family, they are d...

7/3/2008 9/30/2013

12/16/2008 9/30/2013

Hugh de Swynton, 1st Lord of Aberbothenoth MP (c.1123 - d.)

"Hugh de Swinton", "Hugh of Aberbothenoth"

2/27/2007 9/30/2013