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  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, April 1701, 01 April 1701-30 April 1701

    Docquet of the warrant for a charter in favour of John Whiteford of Blairquhan, and his heirs male [etc. ] , of the lands and barony of Blairquhan, with the office of crowner of the earldom of Carrick: the lands Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1585, 01 February 1585-28 February 1585

    in that part of the country best known to England Cessford, Farnihurst, Buccleugh, Drumlangrig, Johnston, Bomby, Lochinvar, Garlies, Garthland, Bargany, Blairquhan, Sheriff of Ayr, Craigywallace, Caprynton, Craigywallace, Lus, Buchanan, Sir James Hamilton, Kerr, Airth, Tullibardine, Lochleven, Westerwemys, Bas, Wauchton, Dalhousie, Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    David, brother of the earl of Cassillis, I. 61. -, Gilbert, earl of Cassillis, q.v . -, (Kennadie), James, of Blairquhan, signature of, I. 945. -, Thomas, laird of Coif, uncle of the earl of Cassillis, I. 61. Kennemerton .

    Index, J, K, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    ii. g. 266 (7), 496 (34). Kennedy , Gilbert, earl of Cassillis, q . v . -, James, laird of Blairquhan, i. 1049. -, (Kenedye), John, ii. 456. -, Thomas, laird of Bargany, i. 1049. Kennel , Matth., i. 1202

    General Index, B, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    of Blairstoun, James, lands resigned by of Corbs, Alexander, commissioner for the Highlands Blairhall , fiar of. See Stuart, Dougall. Blairquhan , co. Ayr. barony Blairstoun . See Blair of Blairstoun. Blaithwayt . See Blathwayt. Blake , Sir Francis, deputy Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dVWtet of December, 1851, he wastexiled, and remained in exile to his death. SIr. DAVID HUNTER BLAIR, BART., died at Blairquhan, in Ayr- shire, on the 26th ult., in his eightieth year. His eldest son by his first union, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIP, for the Ayr Shlee t. SrDistrict of tiurigbs __ SrRichard' Grierson, of Lhigg, Baronet Sir itavid tiunner Blair, of Blairquhan, Baronet, Convener of tile Courity of Ayr 'Tile Sir Chlarles G. Stuart Mentealls, of Closeburn, Baronet ing lie Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estates is upwards of r1 £6,000 a year. Mr. Blair is the eldest eon. ci Sir Edward- Hunter Blair, of Blairquhan, in Ayrahire, and became a u Roman Catholic shortly after attaining his majority. He is, of course, heir to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this clan repre. sented fifteen great houses at the commnencement of the sixteenth century, and dwelt respectively at ('asailis, Bargany, Blairquhan, Ardeeillan, Girvin- mnaius, Cah!z-an. Kirklhill, Beltersan, Kilkerzie, Kirkmichebae), Kuoekdone, Glenour, Benuau, Car- lock,and Drumnmtellan. Thefollowersoftheseseveral houses were so num'rous, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Duu- April 21, at St. Georgc's, Hanover Square, London, John, third son of Sir D. Hunter Blair, Bart., of Blairquhan, Ayrshire, nephew of Sir Adama iay, Ilart., and great grandson to James, sixteuntit Lord Forbes, to Emily W. GLIlet, Subscribers-only content

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