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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1618, August

    and Assessors, the Erle of Lothian, the Lord Ochiltry, the Lord Sanchar, the Lord Boyd: Barons Waughton, Weymes, Balcolmie, Bogie, Clunie, Glenvrquhart, Balcarras, Lagge, Balmanno, Bonintoun: Ministers, Mr Patrick Galloway, Mr Henry Blyth, Mr John Weymes, Mr George Grier, Mr

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, May 1746, 11-20, 11 May 1746-20 May 1746

    Keppoch, Archibald Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barisdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherson of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Castle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardsheil, George Lockhart Eldest

    Acts and Proceedings, 1596, March

    be brocht south, to be trainit vp in the knowledge of good letters and religioun; and that the Lairds of Clunie, Gicht, Abergeldie, Cowbairdie, Craig ȝ onger, Alexander Hay of Auchmatie, Buckie, James Knowis, Towie Barklay, Patrick Con, and the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1597, May

    aggries, that at the sicht of the Ministers Mrs David Cunighame, Alexander Dowglass, George Glaidstances, and of his freinds Pitlurge, Clunie sall sett downe ane ordour for provisioun of his kirks, quhilk he promises to execute immediatlie after his absolutioun.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 26, June 1746, 1-10, 01 June 1746-10 June 1746

    Keppoch, Archibald Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barisdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherson of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Castle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardsheil, George Lockhart Eldest

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Charities for the poor

    each winter. The charity, which remained separate, in 1966 had an income of £25, derived from £1,060 stock. James Foote Clunie , by will proved 1910, gave his house, Handsworth Lodge , London Road , to be sold on the

    Index A-J

    , Wm. atte, Clitterhouse , see Hendon , mans. and other estates Clopton : Ric., Wm., abbot of Thorney , Clunie , Jas. Foote, Clutterbuck : Jas., Capt. Rupert , his wid., Thos. (fl. 1749), Thos. (fl. 1763), Thos. (fl.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Ensign, vice Christie, July 20. . . 17th Font-Lient. Le G. C. Bourchier to be Captain, Ybpur. chase, vice Clunie, promoted in the 3d PFet: Ensign T. t. Rut'edge to be Lieutenant, by purchase. vice BlourchieF IiV. Gordon, Gent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lieut. Col. G. J. M. Mar- dowell, lrith Lancers * Lieut. Col. J. Anderson, 50th Foot; Lieut. Col. J. 0. Clunie, 3rd Foot; Lieut. Col. E. W. Bray, 39th Foot; Lieut. Col. J. Stopford, 40th Foot, to be Companions of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    announces the failuere at Liverpool of Mr P. Magee (Magee and Corcoran), ship- corner, i. The suspension of Messrs Friedrichsen, Clunie, and Co., West Hartlepool, in the corn trade, also appears in the ' Northern Daily Express.' Messrs Sanderson, Sandeman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IIIJ rP"Iy"! aC1 lWer 011Brto cl3 ation 11 oboes nn h all~ ~ 103, l1itli Street, Towie6 - .--jyj~~~Yiolh ~il. al Situtii~on iC Irripprover te --ii0, NY. Herritalge, littinaonlr, I,,42. CovelitlY Street, St oer- linhaly fi~or Site3ie to Leani Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U \oodcock. No. 5, Nortl head, Iforborne;. or No. 3, Manor oesd, Lidgbartoo. IFinder rewarde" c37 ]ZABLY Collie Dog, narned Clunie, Lost, from Oat hands, Coventry SC noadl. Yardley.-Anyone returiLng same to abave address will be handsonmely rewaried. c3i747 t|TOLYN Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1746, 13 May 1746

    Donald Son of Col. Mac " Donald of Barifdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glen- " coe, Evan Mac Pherfon of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac " Lauchlan of Cafile Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of ** Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardfoeil, George Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1746, 14 May 1746

    bald "Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barif- dale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherfon of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Cafile " Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardjheil, George Lockhart Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1746, 15 May 1746

    « (C (C »i t< t< C( u coe, Evan Mac Pherfon of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauch¬ lan of Caflle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardjheil, George Lockhart Elded Son and Heir Apparent of George Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1746, 16 May 1746

    Mµc Donald " Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barifdale, Alexander Mac 11 Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherfon of Clunie, " Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Cafile Lauchlan, John Mac 11 Kinnon of Mac Kinnon, Charles Stewart of Ardjheil, " Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1746, 4 June 1746

    Keppoch, Archibald Mac Donald Son of Col. Mac Donald of Barifdale, Alexander Mac Donald of Glencoe, Evan Mac Pherfon of Clunie, Lauchlan Mac Lauchlan of Caflle Lauchlan, John Mac Kinnon of Mac Kir.non, Charles Stewart of Ardfieil, George Lockhart Eldeft Subscribers-only content

 

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