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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    Fenne , John, Congregational, licence requested for, licence to Samuel, Congregational, licence requested for licence to Ferguson , Robert, of Craigdarroch, and William his son, warrant for charter to Fermin , Giles, Congregational, licence requested for, licence to Ferrers , Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, F

    Sir William, Knt., ii. 1440. of Meldon, ii. 630, 637. of Scremerston, ii. 624, 635. Ferguson (Fargison, Forgison): Robert, of Craigdarroch, ii. 1148, 1388. Thomas, of Caitloch, ii. 1148, 1388. See also Farquharson. Fermanagh (Fermahagh) co.: assessment of, ii. 1244,

    Acts, 1740

    elder. From the Presbytery of Penpont, Mr Simon Riddel at Tinron, Mr William Moodie at Glencairn, ministers; Alexander Ferguson of Craigdarroch, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dumfries, Mr Robert Wight at Dumfries, Mr Andrew Beveridge at Carlaverock, Mr John

    Charles II, March 1681, 01 March 1681-31 March 1681

    page. Ibid. p . 302. ] March 24. Whitehall. Warrant for a charter of new infeftment to Robert Ferguson of Craigdarroch in liferent and to John, his eldest son, and the heirs male of his body, which failing, to the Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, C

    Buckingham, i. 456, 542, 961, 1078. Crafurd . See Crawford. Cragedocock . See Craigdarroch. Cragmiller . See Craigmillar. Craidford Town . See Crawfordston. Craifurd . See Crawford. Craigdarroch (Cragedocock), Dumfriesshire, ii. 1148, 1388. Craigends in Kilbarchan (Cragens, Craigens), Renfrewshire, ii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one of the most popular of Scottish songs by slighting the true W illio Douglas for the rich laird c' Craigdarroch, is, according to an American pilgrim, still standing at CraigdarroCli. near Dumfries, and her great- great-granddaughter is still living. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in one of the mee6t ponniar of Scottish songs by slighting the true Willie Douglass for the rmch laird e' Craigdarroch, isi, according to ani American pilgrimx, slill stnding at Craigdarronh, near Dunties, anud her peat-groat-grand. daughter iS still living. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in these distant regions, * Have you seen I ' Redgauntlet,' the last prolnction of the Gieat Un- kiown ?" Craigdarroch, at the conclusion of his speech, proposed the health of Sir Adam Feigusson; when Sir I Aslam rose to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Clapton Scm Ire, Hackney, the wvife of Comm~ander H. W. Comber, Ifoyal Ntavy, of a son. Dormer-Octo'ter 13, at Craigdarroch, Dumnfrieeshire,. the 1-onMrL -s. JS. Dormer, of a daughlter. Ganesen-October 15, at 10, Northland 'Rowv, Dun. gananm. the wvife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fer- gosson's, of Craigdarroch. wvhose house is but a ehori distance from tho braes of Maxwelton. Tj'e document is very neatly n-ritten on a small seh-et of paper. Another famous relic. preserveJ in the archives of Craigdarroch. the whistie which Subscribers-only content

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