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Dundas of Fingask

some memorials of the family.

by Margaret Isabella Dundas

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Published by Douglas in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dundass family.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 238 p.
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23296283M

    Alexander (of Fingask) DUNDAS. Born:? Died: 9 Sep k. at Battle of Flodden Field. Poss. HRH Charles's Great Uncle. Lady Diana's Great Grandfather. Poss. PM Cameron's Great Uncle. HRH Albert II's Great Grandfather. poss. Wives/Partners. Dundas. Clan Dundas is the name given to one of Scotland’s most historically important families. Once widely regarded as one of the most noble in the British Empire. The fortunes of the family are now almost lost, with its lands sold to the state, its castles reclaimed and its stately homes either bought by the state, or in the hands of private investors, as is the case with their former.

    Lawrence Dundas was the son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask, an Edinburgh merchant. He attended Edinburgh High School before setting up in business and built his fortune by speculating in shares and supplying the British army, under the Duke of Cumberland, during the Jacobite uprising of /6. He was later an important supplier to the British army in Flanders during . Dundas Castle is one of Scotland’s most beautiful and historic castles and it is one of the top 5 Star Exclusive Use venues in Britain. Located close to the historic city of Edinburgh, the Castle is the perfect location for a variety of events. From your fairytale Wedding, to exclusive use for corporate events, Dundas Castle makes the perfect.

    In the reign of King James III, Sir Archibald Dundas was a favourite of the king and was sent on missions to England. James IV later gave a grant of lands to the Dundas family. The main branches of the family can be found in Duddingston in Edinburgh, Linlithgow, Blair Castle, Arniston and in Fingask in Perthshire. The Venue - Dundas and Carlaw. Curling in the heart of Leslieville - Dundas & Curling! In Toronto's East End, Carlaw and Dundas hosts a brand new synthetic curling rink on our famous patio - where curlers of all levels can play! Book an hour or two with friends and family and enjoy some fresh air Canadian-style. (Special Party Rates).


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Dundas of Fingask by Margaret Isabella Dundas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from Dundas of Fingask: Some Memorials of the Family MY task is now completed. When, at Carron Hall, in the first years of my widowhood, I began to look over the letters and papers I now put in print, you were all around me. Time has gone on, all are now scattered, the old home is for the present : Margaret Isabella Dundas.

William Dundas of Fingask (d. ), was a Scottish courtier who wrote newsletters. William Dundas was a son of Archibald Dundas of Fingask and Elizabeth Colville, daughter of Robert Colville of Cleish.

His sister Margaret Dundas married George Douglas of Mordington, a son of George Douglas of Parkhead.A niece, Nicholas Dundas, married Alexander Colville (d. ). Thomas Dundas (c. – 30 April ) of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirlingshire was a Scottish merchant and politician.

Dundas was the oldest son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask. His father was a bailie of Edinburgh and a woollen draper in the family's lands in Perthshire were lost in the 17th century, but the bailie bought lands in Stirlingshire. The Dundas family of Fingask began inwhen John of Dundas was granted a charter of the lands of Fingask, in Perthshire by King David This added Fingask to the lands of Dundas which were already held.

John Dundas was succeeded by his son James of Dundas who married Christian Stewart. It has been a disputed point in the Dundas family history whether Christian. Hugh Dundas, Lt., a son of Walter Dundas of Magdalen served under Charles I (). I note that Lt. Hugh Dundas (b. circa ) and Cornet Patrick Dundas received a settlement for service in Dundas of Fingask book, 26 years after the Rebellion ofwhen Charles II, paid his father's debts.

There were several later Patricks in Roscor. Buy Dundas of Fingask: Some Memorials of the Family (Classic Reprint) Books online at best prices in India by Margaret Isabella Dundas from Buy Dundas of Fingask: Some Memorials of the Family (Classic Reprint) online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products.

Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. Joseph Dundas was the last of the Dundas of Fingask line in Scotland, as his sons settled in various parts of the world and in particular, Canada. x 28/11/ Margaret Isabella Moir the following children were born of this union.

About Alexander Dundas of Fingask The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, sometimes known as the Battle of Pinkie, took place on 10 September on the banks of the River Esk near Musselburgh, Scotland. The last pitched battle between Scottish and English armies, it was part of the conflict known as the Rough Wooing, and is considered to be the first Parents: Isabel Oliphant, Alexander Dundas of Fingask.

Benmore or St. Ninidh's, Parish of Inishmacsaint, is the primary parish church. It was built around on lands formerly occupied by the Dundas family. An earlier Parish church was built at Drumenagh in The Village was later renamed Church Hill. That Church fell into disrepair and was replaced by St.

Ninidh's at Benmore Glebe. DUNDAS, Thomas (c), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Namier, J. Brooke., Available from Boydell and Brewer. Genealogy for Peter Dundas ( - c) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

no and ). This may perhaps indicate a relationship to the Dundases of Fingask. John Vemys of Pitgrunze, Sir Robert Laing, Peter Dundas and William Duncan. Protocol Book of Sir Alexander Gaw Children: Petter Pittersen Don Dass (Dundas), Maria Petersdatter Dundas.

DUNDAS, THOMAS (–), major-general, of Fingask and Carron Hall, Larbert, Stirlingshire, was eldest son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask, M.P. for Orkney and Shetland, who died inhaving had no issue by his first wife, Janet Graham, and having married secondly Lady Janet Maitland, daughter of Charles, sixth earl of Lauderdale.

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• Sleeping up to 70 people in easy walking distance. • A permanent, adaptable, modern pavilion. DUNDAS, Thomas (), of Fingask and Carronhall, Stirling. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed.

Namier, J. Brooke., Available from Boydell and Brewer. Alexander Dundas of Fingask was the son of Alexander Dundas of Fingask and Eupham Livingston. 2 He married Hon.

Isabel Oliphant, daughter of Laurence Oliphant, 1st Lord Oliphant and Lady Isabel Hay. 1 He died on 9 September at Flodden Field, Northumberland, England G, killed in action. Fingask Follies /21 Follies have reached the difficult decision to postpone our season until the same time next year when we will present COLOURS our 25th most colourful year.

We hope that the exciting company, we have already cast, will join us then. Alexander (of Fingask) DUNDAS. Born:. Died: abt. HM George I's 9-Great Half-Uncle. U.S. President [WILSON] 's Great Uncle. PM Churchill's Great Half-Uncle. Lady Diana's Great Grandfather.

PM Cameron's Great Uncle. HRH Albert II's Great Grandfather. Get this from a library. Memorial for Mr. John Macleod of Muiravenside, advocate, defender, against Thomas Dundas younger of Fingask, pursuer.

[John. Aroundthe Barony of Fingask was acquired by John de Dundas, whose son James inrebuilt and fortified Dundas Castle at South Queensferry. His youngest son Duncan, who was Lord Lyon King of Arms between andfounded the family of Dundas of Newliston.

The Fingask Follies present “ISLANDS” From treasure to pleasure The Follies promise to give you a whale of a time. Join us for a musical extravaganza of drawing room entertainment with the Fingask Follies at Dundas Castle, Edinburgh.

The Fingask Follies is a themed performance involving four professional singers and two actors. DUNDAS, CHARLES, Baron Amesbury (–), born 5 Aug.was younger son of Thomas Dundas of Fingask, M. P. for Orkney and Shetlandand a commissioner of police in Scotland 31 Jan.who died 16 April His mother was his father's second wife, Janet, daughter of Charles Maitland, sixth earl of Lauderdale.Get this from a library!

Information for Thomas Dundas of Fingask, defender, against Peter Leslie-Grant of Balquhain, pursuer. [Thomas Dundas, of Fingask.; Peter Leslie Grant].