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  • * British History Online *

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    Corrigenda to volume 3

    terme (C.) 716. 27. Elly read Enzie. 717. 19. Logilichan read Logiebuchan. 21. Gordon read Garden. 29. Fyfe re ad Fyvie. Locky Damock read Logiedurno. 30. Innerug read Inverury. 764. 17. Lumdie read Lundie. 765. 15. Graig read Greig. M.S.W.

    Cecil Papers, November 1604, 16-30, 17 November 1604-30 November 1604

    attend you. My lodging over against Ivy Bridge, 17 Nov. 1604. Holograph . 1 p . ( 107. 128.) Lord Fyvie to Viscount Cranborne. 1604, Nov. 17. I have declared to the Commissioners of Scotland your desire that the meeting

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 10 November 1830, 10 November 1830-10 November 1830

    Cluny, John Innes Esquire, Merchant, Broad Street Buildings, London, James Alexander Stewart Mackenzie Esquire, of Seaforth, William Gordon Esquire, of Fyvie , Major John Anderson of Candacraig , Sir James Wellwood Moncreiff Baronet, The Reverend John Anderson , late Minister

    Index, F

    from, 32, 35. Furstemberg , Count (Earl) of, 155. Fynchynbroke , ? Hinchinbrook, q.v . Fyndesbery , see Frindsbury. Fyry (Fyvie), Lord, see Seton. Fytleford [? ] letter dated at, 40. Fytton , Henry, 35. Fyvie (Fyry), Lord, see Seton.

    Index, F

    William, 240. -, letter from, 224. Sir William, 224. -, letters from, 240, 332, 478. -, letter to, 72. Fivye (Fyvie). See Seton. Flamsted , William, 524. Flanders , 198, 236, 248, 254. likelihood of war in, 21. Flemings, at

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tintinhull

    of the manor to Robert Dudley , earl of Leicester , in 1574 , and to Alexander Seton , Lord Fyvie , in 1605 , did not disturb his tenure. 56 By 1612 John, Lord Petre (d. 1613), was holding

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    Hamdon; Sutton , Long; Tintinhull Friends' Somerset Charities , 159 Frome , Reynold of, M.P., 194 Frye , Ric., 218 Fyvie , Ld., see Seton G. Gale , Revd. Wm. Wilkins, 227 gallows , 46, 145, 186, 198 Galpine ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 31 May 1826

    Auchindoir; Old Deer; Lochiel Cuthnie and Coull; Tibbermore; Oyne and Premnay; Belhelvie; In- verury ; Cruden and Slains; Kintore; Kildrummy; Fyvie; 11. Inverness-shire; County of Sutherland ; and Monquhitter, 19th April, 207.—Tartland and Logie Coldstone; Ellon; jg. Crathie; Rayne; Forgue; Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1829, 5 February 1829

    Esquire, of Cluny; John Innes Merchant, Broad Street Buildings, London; Alexander Stewart Mackenzie Esquire, of Seqforth ; Gordon Esquire, of Fyvie ; Major John Anderson of Candacraig ; Sir James Wellwood Moncreiff Baronet, The Reverend John Anderson, late Minister of Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1829, 31 March 1829

    John Innes Esquire, Merchant, Broad Street Buildings, London; James Alexander Stewart Mackenzie Esquire, of Seqforth ; William Gordon Esquire, of Fyvie ; Major John Anderson of Candacraig ; Sir James Well-wood Mon- cre iff Baronet; The Reverend John Anderson, late Subscribers-only content

    9 November 1830, 9 November 1830

    Cluny, John Lines Esquire, Merchant, Broad Street Buildings, London, James Alexander Stewart Mackenzie Esquire, of Seaforth, William Gordon Esquire, of Fyvie, Major John Anderson of Candacraig, Sir James Wellwood Moncreiff Baronet, The Reverend John Anderson, late Minister of Bellie, now Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1833, 28 February 1833

    Esquire, Merchant, Broad " Street Buildings, London; James Alexander Steuart " Mackenzie Esquire, of Seqforth; William Gordon " Esquire, of Fyvie ; Major John Anderson of Candacraig, " Sir James Wellwood Moncreiff Baronet, The Reverend li John Anderson, late Minister Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORDON, Hon. William (1736-1816), of Fyvie, Aberdeen.

    William (1736-1816), of Fyvie, Aberdeen. Constituency Dates New Woodstock 8 June 1767 1774 Heytesbury 1774 1780 Ofifces Held Cornet 11 Drag. 1756; capt. 16 Drag. 1759; lt.-col. 105 Ft. 1762; half-pay 1763; col. 1777; col. 81 Ft. 1777-83; maj.-gen. 1781;

    SKENE, George (1749-1825), of Skene, Aberdeen and Careston, Angus.

    SKENE, George (1749-1825), of Skene, Aberdeen and Careston, Angus. Constituency Dates Aberdeenshire 28 Feb 1786 1790 Elgin Burghs 1806 1807 Ofifces Held Lt. 81 Ft. 1777, capt. 1781; ret. 1783. Biography Skene was the chief of an ancient and

    GORDON, Lord William (1744-1823), of Mamore, Inverness.

    William Gordon the rank of lieutenant colonel ... he has not the smallest claim to military rank.’When William Gordon of Fyvie ‘stole a march’ on his kinsmen, and secured the regiment for himself, the Duke, highly incensed, protested to North

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    serious charge of having murdered their cousin, an infant cf dhiree years of age, at Cromblet, in the parish of Fyvie, on Saturday last. On their reception at tile gaol, the keeper, on searching, their persons, took from them some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Fyvie. He used to say he was then a " gay lout," and page to Ogilvie of Forglen. He had a, vivid recollection of the encounter, and of the personal ap- pearance of Montrose. The battle of Fyvie was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2.1th R-giment since September 1329. He wore a medal and clap for Vimiera andi'alavera. On 11honday last, at Old Moss, Fyvie, William Taylor,agen lot. He retained his facglties to the last, and was hale aI hearty till within a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ellon (the key of the Buchan District); thence through the Valley of the Ythan, traversing the Parishes of Tarves, Fyvie, and Auchsterless, to Torridff from thence by the banks of the lveron, throuch Tnrriff, King-Edwvard, and Alva. to Banff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elon (the key of the Buchan District) * thence through the Valley of the Ythan, traversing the Parishes of Tarves, Fyvie, and Auchterless, toTurritf; from thence by the banks of the Doveren, through TurriPf, Ki ng-Edward, and Alva, to Banfi Subscribers-only content

 

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