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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Manchester The parish and advowson

    see the account of him in Raines, Manch. Fellows (Chet. Soc.), 85-95. He was son of Sir Charles Murray of Cockpool , near Annan , and a courtier of James I , by whom he was promoted to a number

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MURRAY, Lord James (1663-1719), of Dowally, Dunkeld, Perth.

    have been satisfactorily augmented in Murray’s case by a marriage to a Scots–Irish heiress, herself descended from the Murrays of Cockpool, former earls of Annandale in the Scottish peerage. Unhappily, his wife’s inheritance was disputed, only coming into her hands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his own fortunes. Setting aside the exaggerated statements respecting his low origin, made by Lord Mansfield (thedescendant of theillustrionslairdof Cockpool), and echoed by his lordship's countryman Lord Campbell, Philip Yorke sprung from a family just above the line which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dunbap'B ipost MEETINGS for a general SURVEY o/CORN*, and STOPPAGE o/DISTILLERIES. Friday, in the Court of Common Council, Guildhall, Mr. Alderman Dixon said, he was extremely sorry that in moving the Thanks to the Right Hon. Lord Keith and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the case of the Hebrew Pialmltt. About 1627 Hoddam wat acquired from the Herrles family by Sir Richard Murray or Cockpool, a progenitor of the Lords Mansfield. The Cookpcol Mar- rays afterwards became E_rls of Annandale; and tn 1637 John, Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY JULY 30 TO TUESDAY AUGUST 2 1748

    Feve,- atjeaifield, neaf DaJkeith,;-ia the fifry-ninth Year oi ,his Age, David Vifcofint of Stbrmoilr, Lord Balvaird, Cockpool, and Lochmaben. He is fucceeded in his iHdnputuR -IEftpd by ,his only Sen, Da4yid: now Vif- count of Stormont. Yefteinight the Right Hon. Subscribers-only content

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