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Adam (Ardito) de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1071 - 1141)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Agnes Urquhart MP (c.1516 - d.)

Sir Alexander Urquhart of Cromarty, Kt. MP (1613 - 1667)

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Alexander Urquhart, Sheriff of Cromarty MP (c.1445 - 1503)

Anne de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1127 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Castisa de Urquhart (of Lochaber), {Fictitious} MP (deceased)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Catherine Urquhart MP (c.1524 - 1610)

Christian Urquhart MP (1640 - bef.1669)

Christian Urquhart MP (1472 - 1578)

Clarisa Duncan Herzog (Urquhart) MP (1877 - 1951)

Rev. David Henry Urquhart MP (1755 - 1829)

Appears to have been known as "Henry" to his family and schoolmates. Matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford on 12 July, 1771, aged 16. Received his B.A. in 1775 and his M.A. in 1778. Translator of Gr...

David de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (c.1272 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Edward de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1100 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Edward Brinn Urquhart (Brinn) MP (1916 - 1995)

Edward was adopted by his father's friend Frank Urquhart. He and Cathrine (sister?) appear first in the 1920 Census as 'lodgers', living with their future African American step parents. ==1920 census==...

Elizabeth Urquhart MP (c.1796 - d.)

Sources "Eliza Urguhart." England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 via MyHeritage. Accessed 20 November 2021. Name: Eliza Urguhart; Gender: Female; Christening: Mar 18 1796 - All Saints, Gains...

Elizabeth Campbell of Cawdor MP (c.1607 - d.)

Elizabeth Urquhart (Seton) MP (1540 - c.1593)

Elizabeth Urquhart MP (c.1515 - c.1548)

Euphemia Urquhart (Parker) MP (1813 - 1877)

Euphemia Parker Urquhart BIRTH 6 Mar 1813 DEATH 27 Mar 1877 (aged 64) BURIAL Old Bethel Methodist Cemetery Brantley, Marion County, Georgia, USA MEMORIAL ID 31738544 · View SourceMEMORIAL PHOTOS 1 FLO...

Eva Maclean of Urquhart MP (c.1480 - 1538)

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Francis Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1299 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Frank Urquhart MP (1895 - 1945)

Frederick de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (c.980 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Genivieve de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (c.1030 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

George de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1215 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Grizell Urquhart MP (c.1693 - 1723)

James de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (c.1244 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Jane de Urquhart (Caron), {Fictitious} MP (1104 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Jean Urquhart, MBE MP

Jean Urquhart MBE (born 17 May 1949) is a Scottish politician. She was formerly a Member of the Scottish Parliament, first elected in 2011 for the Highlands and Islands region as a Scottish National Pa...

John Urquhart MP (c.1547 - c.1631)

John Urquhart Tutor of Cromarty was born, 1547.1 John Urquhart Tutor of Cromarty married Elizabeth Gordon.1,2 John Urquhart Tutor of Cromarty married Jean Abernethy.1 From Burke's Commoners, Volume 3, ...

Lauretta de Urquhart (Dunbar), {Fictitious} MP (deceased)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Mariobella Urquhart MP (c.1526 - c.1570)

Mary Anne (Urquhart) Kimmorley, Free Settler "William Nicol" 1838 MP (1823 - 1911)

Residence : New South Wales, Australia - Circa 1838** Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Oct 5 2017, 0:46:36 UTC * Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Oct 5 2017, 1:16:54 UTC

Mary Matilda Urquhart (Coffey) MP (1825 - 1904)

Mary Matilda Coffey Urquhart BIRTH Aug 1825 Lancaster County, South Carolina, USA DEATH 8 Mar 1904 (aged 78) Marion County, Georgia, USA BURIAL Old Bethel Methodist Cemetery Brantley, Marion County, G...

Mary J. Battle (Urquhart) MP (1861 - 1950)

Mary J Urquhart Battle BIRTH 18 Jun 1861 Georgia DEATH 17 Apr 1950 (aged 88) Marion County, Georgia, USA BURIAL Brantley UMC Cemetery Marion County, Georgia, USA MEMORIAL ID 61126522 · View SourceMEMO...

Matilda Urquhart, Heiress of Troup MP (c.1360 - 1442)

Patrick Urquhart of Meldrum and Lethenty MP (1611 - 1664)

Urquhart of Lethentie married Lady Margaret Ogilvie before 1635.1 From Burke's Commoners, Volume 3, Page 297 : "Patrick Urquhart, of Lethentie, and afterwards of Meldrum, suffered severely by his devot...

Sir Philip de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1158 - c.1187)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Princess Marjorie de Urquhart (Griffin), {Fictitious} MP (1075 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Richard de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1123 - 1186)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Robert de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (1187 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Robert Urquhart MP (1922 - 1995)

Robert Urquhart (16 October 1922 – 21 March 1995) was a Scottish character actor who mainly worked in British television during his career.[2][3]

Sir Jasper "Soldurio" de Urquhart, {Fictitious} MP (c.1020 - d.)

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

Thomas Urquhart of Fischerie MP (c.1476 - 1557)

From Burke's Commoners, Volume 3, Page 296: "Alexander Urquhart, of Cromarty, had a charter under the great seal from James V. of the lands of Inch Rory and several others in the shires of Ross and Inv...

Sir William Urquhart, Kt. MP (c.1411 - 1475)

William de Urquhart, High Sheriff of Cromarty MP (c.1325 - c.1395)

The first of the Urquarts to be seen in the historical records. Please do not reattach him to Francis Urquhart, {Fictitious} , who was invented as part of an elaborate fake pedigree.Clan Urquhart is of...

William Henry Urquhart MP (1838 - 1864)

William Henry Urquhart BIRTH 26 Jun 1838 Talbot County, Georgia, USA DEATH 7 Jan 1864 (aged 25) Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA BURIAL Knoxville National Cemetery Knoxville, Knox County, Tennes...

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(Aletha) Rebecca Urquhart (c.1860 - 1944)

(James) Alphaeus Urquhart (1845 - 1930)

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Aaron Urquhart (1842 - d.)

Aaron Urquhart (1819 - d.)

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Abigail Urquhart (c.1700 - d.)

Abigail Evans (Urquhart) (deceased)

Abigail Anne Urquhart (1896 - 1967)

Ada Urquhart (Gunter) (1876 - d.)

Ada Maud Urquhart (Ross) (1860 - c.1885)

Ada Farrell Urquhart (Harrison) (deceased)

Adah Louisa Anne Pollard-Urquhart (1899 - 1947)

ADAH LOUISA ANNE POLLARD-URQUART===is the daughter of Montagu Alexis Pollard-Urquart, and his wife, Honora Elizabeth Buckley. She was born on 4 August 1899 and died at Geneva in Switzerland on 29 July ...

Adam Urquhart (c.1348 - 1368)

Adam Urquhart (1917 - 1986)

Adam Urquhart (deceased)

Adam Urquhart (1808 - d.)

Adam Urquhart (1855 - 1922)

Adam Urquhart (1883 - 1947)

Adam Urquhart, of Meldrum (b. - 1684)

Adam Urquhart (1882 - d.)

Adam Urquhart (1852 - d.)

Adam Urquhart, of Chapeltoun (b. - aft.1696)

Adam James Urquhart (c.1890 - d.)

Father born in Scotland. Mother born in Ireland.==Sources==* A. H. Peters Funeral Home: Elizabeth Bultinck Obituary * Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:...

Adam Urquhart (deceased)

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Adam Urquhart (1719 - d.)

Adam Urquhart (1690 - 1701)

Adam Urquhart (deceased)

adelbert herbert urquhart (c.1910 - d.)

Adeline Urquhart (Williamson) (deceased)

Agnes Urquhart (1892 - d.)

Agnes Annie Urquhart (1882 - d.)

Agnes Urquhart (1478 - d.)

Agnes Urquhart (1840 - d.)