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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    kill Maxwell of Castlemilk (23rd Oct. 1592), p. 422; steals cattle, p. 423. Francis: grandson of "old" Riche G., p. 125; (2), married Will Bell's daughter, p. 125. Francie, of Moite: attempts to kill Maxwell of Castlemilk (23rd Oct. 1592), Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, September 1547, 01 September 1547-30 September 1547

    Scotland with 2000 foot and 500 horse, 200 of them Scots in the King's service. On Saturday we marched to Castlemilk, 16 miles, and summoned the captain "Jamys Stewerd" to surrender, who answered "that if he might see therll of Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, January 1708, 16-20, 16 January 1708-20 January 1708

    Samuel McClelane merchant and bailiff of Edinburgh, George Warrender of Bruntsfield, Daniel Stewart brother German to Sir William Stewart of Castlemilk, William Johnstone of Shems, Robert Ruthe rford of Fairniele & Daniel Campbell of : the last tack of the

    Warrant Books, January 1714, 11-20, 11 January 1714-20 January 1714

    deceased (by the name of Samuel McCllellan, merchant and present Baily of Edinburgh), George Warrender of Bruntsfeild, Daniel Stewart of Castlemilk, Robert Rutherford of Fairnlee, Master William Johnston of Cheens and Daniel Campbell of Shawfeild, and a suit has been

    Index, L, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    .; of their divisions, & c. (6th), 18; Glencairn to, ib .; to Somerset of his raid in Annandale, taking Castlemilk, Annan, & c. (16th), 19; to same, from Carlisle with thanks (27th), 21; to same, on behalf of John Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bart., the late member (Liberal), Mr A. M. Sullivan, and Mr R. P. Bayley, of Rookwood. Mr Robert Jardine, of Castlemilk, M.P., offers himself as a candidate to represent the Dumfries district of burghs in next Parliament. Sir T. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cut in for the next round, only to see the bitch forge past again and send the ]lare to tile Castlemilk dog to kill on the edge of a drain, into. which they all fiel. It was, of coulrse, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    showe ,v fair form, and if not too bard run may possibly be put alongeld Carrick upon her return to Castlemilk. GCordie Walker showe I p ty of cleverness anti resolution, but he has not pace enougl ifor the Wnterloo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ment of her late husband, Mr. Stuart Stirling Crawford, of Milton is disputed by his younger brother, Captain Stuart, of Castlemilk, Ianarcshire, in an action raised before Lord Fraser, in the Court of Sessions, at Edinburgh. He maintained that his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eive Phases wiUl ho granted. Puassrorxi.- The MOST i2OBLE the MARQUIS of QUE9SIIIJRY. PnoVxSZOA5ZI, CoXhrITT SE:- RIOBERT JARDINE, Esg., of Castlemilk, Lockerble, anl 8, Loia. bardlstreet London 'M P. a WELLWOOb HERi;Rj S MAXWELL, EsQ., of Munches, Dalboattlo, Kirkcudbxlghtshbre M Subscribers-only content

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