NN Dick1

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NN Dick||p2147.htm#i65259|Doctor Sir Alexander Cunningham , 3rd Baronet of Prestonfield|b. 23 Oct 1703\nd. 10 Nov 1782|p1854.htm#i56424|Janet Dick||p2146.htm#i65234|Sir William Cunningham , 2nd Baronet of Caprington|d. 1740|p1854.htm#i56420|Janet Dick , Lady Cunningham||p1854.htm#i56421|Alexander Dick||p2146.htm#i65255||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN Dick1

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NN Dick||p2147.htm#i65260|Doctor Sir Alexander Cunningham , 3rd Baronet of Prestonfield|b. 23 Oct 1703\nd. 10 Nov 1782|p1854.htm#i56424|Janet Dick||p2146.htm#i65234|Sir William Cunningham , 2nd Baronet of Caprington|d. 1740|p1854.htm#i56420|Janet Dick , Lady Cunningham||p1854.htm#i56421|Alexander Dick||p2146.htm#i65255||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet1

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  • Anecdote*: The surname Don was probably derived from the river of that name. In the Anglo-Saxon, Don (English Donne) or Dun means a down (a large open plain or valley). It was the name of a family which formerly possessed the lands of Teith, in the stewartry of Monteith, Perthshire, a descendant of which, Sir Alexander Don of Newton in Berkshire, was on 2 Jun 1677 created a baronet of Nova Scotia.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Sir James Don , 2nd Baronet1

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Sir James Don , 2nd Baronet||p2147.htm#i65262|Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet||p2147.htm#i65261||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Patrick Don (of Altonburn)1

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Patrick Don (of Altonburn)||p2147.htm#i65263|Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet||p2147.htm#i65261||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet1

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Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet|d. Apr 1826|p2147.htm#i65264|Sir Alexander Don (of Rutherford), 5th Baronet||p1881.htm#i57256|Lady Henriet Cunningham||p1881.htm#i57255|Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet||p2147.htm#i65261||||William Cunningham , 13th Earl of Glencairn|d. 1775|p1881.htm#i57251|NN Macguire||p1881.htm#i57252|

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Elizabeth Don1

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Elizabeth Don|d. 12 Jun 1795|p2147.htm#i65265|Sir Alexander Don (of Rutherford), 5th Baronet||p1881.htm#i57256|Lady Henriet Cunningham||p1881.htm#i57255|Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet||p2147.htm#i65261||||William Cunningham , 13th Earl of Glencairn|d. 1775|p1881.htm#i57251|NN Macguire||p1881.htm#i57252|

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Mary Don1

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Mary Don|d. 12 Jun 1795|p2147.htm#i65266|Sir Alexander Don (of Rutherford), 5th Baronet||p1881.htm#i57256|Lady Henriet Cunningham||p1881.htm#i57255|Sir Alexander Don (of Newton in Berwickshire), Baronet||p2147.htm#i65261||||William Cunningham , 13th Earl of Glencairn|d. 1775|p1881.htm#i57251|NN Macguire||p1881.htm#i57252|

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN (?)1

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Family: Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet d. Apr 1826

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Grace Stein1

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Grace Stein||p2147.htm#i65268|John Stein , Esq. (of Edinburgh)||p2147.htm#i65269||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

John Stein , Esq. (of Edinburgh)1

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  • Address*: John Stein , Esq. (of Edinburgh) lived at an unknown place ; He was for several years M.P. for
    Bletchingley.1

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet1

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Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet|b. 4 May 1825|p2147.htm#i65270|Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet|d. Apr 1826|p2147.htm#i65264|Grace Stein||p2147.htm#i65268|Sir Alexander Don (of Rutherford), 5th Baronet||p1881.htm#i57256|Lady Henriet Cunningham||p1881.htm#i57255|John Stein , Esq. (of Edinburgh)||p2147.htm#i65269||||
  • Anecdote*: He became a cornet 5th Dragoon Guards in 1844, and was made extra aide-de-camp to the lord-lieutenant of Ireland. In 1845 he was made a lieutenant, but retired form the army in Nov of that year, becoming an actor. He was representative on the female side of the earls of Glencairn.1
  • Birth*: Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet was born on 4 May 1825.1
  • He was the son of Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet and Grace Stein.1
  • Marriage*: Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet married Antonia Lebrun, daughter of M. Lebrun (of Hamburg), in 1847 ; 1st m. for William.1
  • Marriage*: Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet married NN Sanders, daughter of John Sanders , Esq. (of London), in 1857 ; 2nd m. for William.1

Family 1: Antonia Lebrun

Family 2: NN Sanders

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN Don1

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NN Don||p2147.htm#i65271|Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet|d. Apr 1826|p2147.htm#i65264|Grace Stein||p2147.htm#i65268|Sir Alexander Don (of Rutherford), 5th Baronet||p1881.htm#i57256|Lady Henriet Cunningham||p1881.htm#i57255|John Stein , Esq. (of Edinburgh)||p2147.htm#i65269||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

General Sir James A. Hope Wallace , K.C.B.1

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Family: Grace Stein

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Antonia Lebrun1

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Antonia Lebrun||p2147.htm#i65273|M. Lebrun (of Hamburg)||p2147.htm#i65274||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

M. Lebrun (of Hamburg)1

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Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN Don1

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NN Don||p2147.htm#i65275|Lieutenant Sir William Henry Don , 7th Baronet|b. 4 May 1825|p2147.htm#i65270|Antonia Lebrun||p2147.htm#i65273|Sir Alexander Don , 6th Baronet|d. Apr 1826|p2147.htm#i65264|Grace Stein||p2147.htm#i65268|M. Lebrun (of Hamburg)||p2147.htm#i65274||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN Sanders1

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NN Sanders||p2147.htm#i65276|John Sanders , Esq. (of London)||p2147.htm#i65277||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

John Sanders , Esq. (of London)1

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Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Donald (?) V, King of Scotland1

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Donald (?) V, King of Scotland||p2147.htm#i65278|Alpin (?) of Kintyre, King of Scotland|d. c 837|p140.htm#i4259||||Eochaid (?) IV 'the Poisonous', King of Dalriada||p140.htm#i4258|Fergusa (?)||p1590.htm#i48416|||||||
  • Donald (?) V, King of Scotland is the son of Alpin (?) of Kintyre, King of Scotland.1
  • Address*: Donald (?) V, King of Scotland lived at an unknown place ; The first four Donalds reigned before the Picts and Scots united under Kenneth MacALpin in 843. Donald IV, who succeeded in 632, drowned in Loch Tay, Perthshire (Old Chron of Scotland, p. 55). Under Donald V, the ancient laws of the kingdom were revised and confirmed under his authority. According to Pinkerton (Enquiry, Vol ii p. 178), the Gael or Dalriad's obtained a confirmation of the old laws assigned they. The Norwegians invaded, and Donald fought and defeated them, but they eventually took the land by winning at Forres in 904.1
  • Name Variation: Donald (?) V, King of Scotland was also known as Donald (?) I, King of Scotland.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Madach (?) , Earl of Athol1

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Madach (?) , Earl of Athol||p2147.htm#i65279|Donald Bane , King of Scots||p111.htm#i3393||||Duncan I. Mac Crinan , King of Scots|b. 1001\nd. 14 Aug 1040|p51.htm#i1564||||||||||

Family: Margaret (?)

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Margaret (?)1

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Margaret (?)||p2147.htm#i65280|Haco (?) , Earl of Orkney||p2147.htm#i65281||||||||||||||||

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Haco (?) , Earl of Orkney1

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Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

NN (?)1

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NN (?)||p2147.htm#i65282|Madach (?) , Earl of Athol||p2147.htm#i65279|Margaret (?)||p2147.htm#i65280|Donald Bane , King of Scots||p111.htm#i3393||||Haco (?) , Earl of Orkney||p2147.htm#i65281||||

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Henry (?)1

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Henry (?)||p2147.htm#i65283|NN (?)||p2147.htm#i65282||||Madach (?) , Earl of Athol||p2147.htm#i65279|Margaret (?)||p2147.htm#i65280|||||||
  • Henry (?) was the son of NN (?).1
  • Anecdote*: Donald Bane's male line failed when he died with no male successor.1
  • Death*: Henry (?) died at d.s.p.m..1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas)1

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Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas)|d. 1276|p2147.htm#i65284|Sir Archibald Douglas||p2147.htm#i65286||||William (?) of Dufglas||p2147.htm#i65287||||||||||
  • Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas) was the son of Sir Archibald Douglas.1
  • Anecdote*: He was witness to charters in 1240, and with his brother Andrew in 1248.1
  • Death*: Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas) died in 1276.1

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Hugh Douglas1

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Hugh Douglas|d. b 1288|p2147.htm#i65285|Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas)|d. 1276|p2147.htm#i65284||||Sir Archibald Douglas||p2147.htm#i65286||||||||||
  • Hugh Douglas was the son of Sir William Douglas (of Dufglas).1
  • Anecdote*: He contributed to the defeat of the Danes at Largs in 1263, and succeeded his father in 1276.1
  • Death*: Hugh Douglas died before 1288; d.s.p.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Sir Archibald Douglas1

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Sir Archibald Douglas||p2147.htm#i65286|William (?) of Dufglas||p2147.htm#i65287||||||||||||||||
  • Sir Archibald Douglas is the son of William (?) of Dufglas.1
  • Anecdote*: He succeeded his father.1
  • Name Variation: Sir Archibald Douglas was also known as Sir Erkenbald Douglas.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

William (?) of Dufglas1

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  • Anecdote*: The name Douglas is ancient and was long the rival of royalty, but its origin is unknown. The traditional account (a family fable) is that in the 8th century, during the reign of Solvathius, King of Scots, Donald Bane of the Western Isles invaded Scottish territory to rout forces collected to repel him. An unknown warrior, with friends and followers, came to his aid, and in the conflict Donald was defeated and slain. When the kin inquired to whom he owed his deliverance, the stranger was pointed out by an attendant who stated in Gaelic, "Sholto Dhu-glas" (behold the dark man). The king is supposed to have rewarded him with a large tract of land in Lanarkshire which, with the river traversing it, was called Douglas after him. George Chalmers (Caledonia vol i p 579) gives the origin as being from the Celtic word "Dhu-glas", meaning dark stream. He believes the family founder was a Fleming named Theobald who came to Scotland around 1150, and as a vassal of Arnald, Abbot of Kelso, received a grant of lands on Douglas water. Wyntoun says the beginning of Murray and Douglas are unknown, but as both bear in their arms the same stars set in the same manner, they likely came from the same kin either by lineal descent or by collateral branch.
    The first on record was William of Dufglas, who between 1175 and 1199 witnessed a charter by Joceline, Bishop of Glasgow, to the monks of Kelso (Origines Parochiales Scotiae, under parish of Douglas,vol i p. 155). He was either brother or brother-in-law to Sir Freskin de Kerdale in Moray.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.

Brice Douglas1

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Brice Douglas|d. 1203|p2147.htm#i65288|William (?) of Dufglas||p2147.htm#i65287||||||||||||||||
  • Brice Douglas was the son of William (?) of Dufglas.1
  • Anecdote*: He was prior of Lesmahago, and in 1203 Bishop of Moray.1
  • Death*: Brice Douglas died in 1203.1

Citations:

  1. [S366] William Anderson, Scottish Nation Vol 2.