Young of Lenie

YOUNG OF LENIE   Thomas Young of Lenie, (see below). John Young, was admitted a Writer to the Signet and served as Town Clerk of Edinburgh. He acquired the lands […]

Crawford of Monorgan

CRAWFORD OF SEATON & MONORGAN   Henry Crawford of Easter Seaton, was a successful Merchant and Bailie in Dundee and acquired the lands of Easter Seaton from Sir Peter Young. […]

Crammond of Auldbar

CRAMMOND OF AULDBAR   William de Crammond of Aulbar, is said to have m. one of the three heiress of Kinnaird and to have thereby acquired Auldbar as a portion […]

Cowan of Wester Polmaise

COWAN OF WESTER POLMAISE   Andrew Cowan, was a son of John Cowan, Merchant in Stirling, and became a Merchant and Burgess in Stirling. He had a resignation in his […]

Cornwall of Bonhard

CORNWALL OF BONHARD   William de Corn[w]al, was witness to a charter by John de Graham of Tarbolton confirming the grant by his grandfather Sir John de Graham to his […]

Carnegie of Craigo

CARNEGIE OF CRAIGO   David Carnegie, 1st of Craigo, was appointed Dean of Brechin, and purchased the lands of Craigo. He m. Helen, daughter of David Lindsay, Bishop of Brechin, […]

Carnegie of Balmachy

CARNEGIE OF BALMACHY   James Carnegie of Balmachy, was a younger son of Sir Robert Carnegie of Kinnaird and to whom his brother, David Carnegie of Panbride, granted a charter […]

Campbell of Auchlyne

CAMPBELL OF AUCHLYNE   Duncan Campbell, 1st of Auchlyne, was eighth son of Sir Robert Campbell, 9th of Glenorchy, and was b. in 1631. He obtained the lands of Auchlyne, […]

Campbell of Lundie

CAMPBELL OF LUNDIE   Thomas Campbell, 1st of Lundie, was a younger son of Colin, 1st Earl of Argyll, and obtained the lands of Lundie, in Angus. He was father […]

Campbell of Jura

CAMPBELL OF JURA   Duncan Campbell of Sannaig and Bailie of Jura, is styled as son of the deceased Alexander Campbell of Lochnell when he granted a discharge on behalf […]