Abbreviations:

b. = born

bap. = baptised

c. = christened

c/m = marriage contract

d. = died

d. vita patris = died in the father's lifetime

dsp(decessit sine prole) died without issue

m. = married

MACINROY

OF LUDE

 

James MacInroy of Lude, was a successful Merchant in Demerara and Glasgow and purchased the lands of Lude, near Blair Atholl, in 1821. He m. at Glasgow, on 25 December 1797, to Elizabeth, daughter of William Moore, St Eustatia,[1] d. at Lude, on 12 July 1825[2] and was father of :

  1. James Patrick MacInroy of Lude, (see below).
  2. William MacInroy of The Burn, b. at Glasgow on 28 August 1804, served in the army, attaining the rank of Major in the 91st Regiment, and purchased the lands of Burn, in the Mearns, in 1836. He m. on 29 January 1839, to Harriet Barbara, daughter of Elias Isaacs, Banker, (she d. on 2 July 1890), and dsp at The Burn, on Wednesday on 29 April 1896,[3] having left his estate to his nephew, Charles MacInroy, son of his brother James Patrick MacInroy.
  3. Charles Hagart MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 21 June 1810 and d. in 1819.
  4. Adriana MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 26 January 1803 and m. at Lude, on 10 September 1826, to Sir John MacDonald, 5th of Dalchosnie,[4] (c/m 8 December 1826. He d. on 24 June 1866), and had issue.
  5. Elizabeth MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 10 January 1801 and d. young.
  6. Margaret MacInroy, m. Lieutenant-General James Kerr Ross, and d. at Clinton House, Whitehouse Loan, Edinburgh, on 6 November 1908, in her 103rd year.[5]
  7. Elizabeth MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 20 May 1808 and m. at Lude, on 5 January 1830, to Major William Fraser, 91st Regiment.[6]

James Patrick MacInroy of Lude, b. at Glasgow on 17 October 1799, became a Merchant and was served heir to his father in the baronies of Ashintullie and Pitcairns, both in Perthshire, on 24 November 1826.[7] He m. at Glasgow, on 9 April 1822, to Margaret Seton, daughter of David Lillie, Merchant in Glasgow,[8] (she d. at Stirling, on 28 April 1879[9]), d. at Lude, on 11 October 1878[10] and was father of :

  1. James MacInroy, m. at Edinburgh, on 10 August 1858, to Madeline, eldest daughter of Rev. A. Campbell, of Croy,[11] (she d. at Stirling ,on 30 May 1907[12]). He d. at Bridge of Allan, on 17 April 1909,[13] and was father of :

1a} Charlotte Gertrude Campbell MacInroy, b. on 2 June 1859 and d. unmarried, at Bridge of Allan, on 15 April 1913.[14]

1a} Jemima Patrick MacInroy, b. on 13 October 1860.

1a} Madeline MacInroy, b. on 9 June 1862.

1a} Patricia MacInroy, m. W. J. B. MacKenzie, Deputy Postmaster-General of Bengal, and d. at Edinburgh, on 29 April 1944.[15]

  1. William MacIntory of Lude, (see below).
  2. David MacInroy, b. at Lude on 27 July 1831 and d. at San Jorge, Banda Oriental, South America, on 23 March 1868.[16]
  3. Charles MacInroy of The Burn, b. at Lude on 3 March 1838 and served in the Civil Service at Madras. He succeeded his uncle William MacInroy in his estate of The Burn, on his death in 1896, and m. at Edinburgh, on 2 July 1862, to Emelia Katherine, daughter of Alexander Hamilton, W.S. He d. on 4 February 1919[17] and was father of :

4a} Alastair Hamilton MacInroy, b. at Secunderabad, India, on 13 July 1863.

4a} Charles Alan MacInroy, b. at Bangalore, India, on 21 July 1867.

4a} Maud Kathleen MacInroy, b. at Edinburgh on 19 September 1869.

4a} Mabel Edith MacInroy, b. in 1872 and d. at Ootacdamund, India, on 13 September 1874.

  1. Henry MacInroy, b. at Lude on 1 December 1841 and d. at Colorado, on 12 June 1902.
  2. Patrick MacInroy, b. at Lude on 16 July 1845 and m. at Oaklands Hill, Douglas County, Colorado, on 23 December 1872, to Amelia Anne, youngest daughter of H. H. Curtis.[18] He d. at Pueblo, Colorado, on 12 November 1882.[19]
  3. Margaret MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 28 March 1824 and m. on 25 October 1858, to Archibald Hepburn Mitchelson, Old Faskally.[20]
  4. Elizabeth MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 22 August 1826 and m. at Lude, on 29 April 1849, to John Hay, second son of James Hay of Seggieden.[21]
  5. Henrietta Caroline MacInroy, b. at Glasgow on 13 June 1828 and d. unmarried, at Sonamore, Pitlochry, on 15 January 1898.[22]
  6. Jemima Ross MacInroy, b. at Lude on 24 September 1833 and m. at Lude, on 25 July 1861, to John Holman Hay, of the Admiralty.[23]

William MacInroy of Lude, b. in 1830 and succeeded his father on his death in 1878. He m. at Southport, on 6 August 1856, to Debonnaire Fleetwood, third daughter of Rev. Charles Hesketh, Rector of North Meols,[24] d. on 10 February 1916, in his 87th year,[25] and was father of :

  1. James Patrick Hesketh MacInroy, younger of Lude, bap. at North Meols, Lancashire, on 6 August 1857 and d. on 31st January 1900, from drowning when out walking at Ben-y-Gloe.[26]
  2. Charles Hesketh MacInroy, b. on 6 November 1861 and d. at Spokane, USA, on 8 November 1910.
  3. Georgiana Adeladie MacInroy, bap. at North Meols on 30 March 1859 and d. unmarried, at Lude, on 10 December 1918.[27]
  4. Debonnaire Fleetwood MacInroy, b. in 1863 and d. unmarried, at Kinnaird House, in 1946.
  5. Nora Esme MacInroy, bap. at North Meols on 5 May 1864 and d. unmarried, at Lude, on 10 November 1924.[28]
  6. Lilian Alice MacInroy, b. in 1870.
  7. Rose Evelyn MacInroy, bap. at North Meols on 18 July 1865 and m. at Kilmaveonaig, on 6 July 1905, to Aubrey Keith Alston Stewart of Urrard,[29] (he d. at Lude House, on 1 May 1925[30]).

 

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[1] OPR – Glasgow.

[2] SC49/31/5.

[3] Statutory record. See also Aberdeen Journal. 1st May 1896, edition.

[4] OPR. See also Caledonian Mercury. 28th September 1826, edition.

[5] Statutory record. See also: London Evening Standard, 10th November 1908 edition.

[6] OPR. See also Inverness Courier. 13th January 1830, edition.

[7] Services of Heirs.

[8] OPR. See also Edinburgh Magazine.

[9] Statutory record. See also SC67/36/72.

[10] Statutory record. See also Dundee Courier. 15th October 1878, edition.

[11] Statutory record. See also Glasgow Herald. 16th August 1858, edition.

[12] Statutory record. See also SC67/36/140.

[13] Statutory record. See also SC67/40/15.

[14] Statutory record. See also SC67/36/147.

[15] The Scotsman, 1st May 1944 edition.

[16] Carlisle Patriot, 29th May 1868 edition.

[17] Statutory record. See also SC5/41/57.

[18] The Law Times. 28th December 1872, edition.

[19] Aberdeen Press and Journal, 9th December 1882 edition.

[20] Statutory record. See also Caledonian Mercury. 28th October 1858, edition.

[21] Dundee Courier, 2nd May 1849, edition.

[22] Statutory record. See also SC49/31/171.

[23] Statutory record. See also Morning Post. 30th July 1861.

[24] Liverpool Mercury. 11th August 1856, edition.

[25] Statutory record. See also SC49/32/21.

[26] Statutory record. See also Dundee Evening Telegraph. 1st February 1900, edition.

[27] Statutory record. See also SC49/32/26.

[28] Statutory record. See also SC49/31/243.

[29] Statutory record.

[30] Statutory record. See also: Dundee Courier, 2nd May 1925 edition.