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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1684

    "Mr. H. Gordon, parson of Cardros; Mr. A. Inglis, parson of Askirk; Mr. R. Waddell, par. Glas.; Mr. Ja. Craig, Killearn; Mr. D. Rob, Areskine;" and (2) the tack dated 25th August is subscribed by "Mr. A. Peacock, parson of

    Index of subjects and places

    161. Keppoches , 351. Kilbride , parson of, 351. Kilburnie-Greenock , as to buying, 36, 42, 96. Killcroft , 131. Killearn , parson of, 351; minister at. 450. Kilmarnock , fire in, 108 9; carrying ammunition to, 514. Kilns ,

    Acts, 1796

    the burgh of Rutherglen, James Davidson, Esq., Writer to the Signet. From the Presbytery of Dumbarton, Mr James Graham at Killearn, Dr John Stuart at Luss, Mr John Gillespie at Arrochar ministers; the Right Honourable Ilay Campbell, Lord President of

    Index of persons

    , Alexander, 217, 218. Craig , Gilbert, 530, 532. Henry, 71, 146, 150; master of work, 124. Mr. Ja., of Killearn, 351. John, 262, 539; in Newton, 485. William, 545. Craighead , Mr. Robert, minister, 515, 517. Craw , Mr.

    Index, A - K

    lands of Kirktoun of, 334, and teinds, 336; stipend, 345; David Sharpe, rector of, 294, 345, 348; kirk of, 349. Killearn (Kyllern, Kylern, Killerne), William Stewart, prebendary of, 72, 78, 438; William Graham, person of, 191; James Gillespie of, 324,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1781, 27 February 1781

    Merchant in hlafgow, Archibald Bogle, Merchant there, Robert Graham Burden of Fedols, Mr. James Graham Minifter of the Golpel at Killearn, Robert Buchanan Merchant in Glafgow, and Archibald Graham and John Leckie Writers there, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1782, 18 February 1782

    Merchant in Glafgow, Archibald Bogle Merchant there, Robert Graham Burden of Fedols, Mr. James Graham Minifter of the "Gofpel at Killearn, Robert Bu¬ chanan Merchant in Glafgow, and Archibald Graham and John Leckie Writers there, complaining of Two Interlocutors of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Fintry; Kendal; Lewes; Glaston¬ bury ; Wadsworth ; Beith ; Forres; Kettering ; Harrington; Fulstow; Kemback ; Buchlyvie; Aberdeen ; Killearn ; Kelso ; Fortrose and Rosemarkie; Havant; Henley upon Thames; Pateley Bridge; Crowland; Christchurch; Ward of Bridge, London; Incorporated Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Huntley, 143.—Jarves, 74. Insch 560. Inverness, 294. Inverness, Provost of, John Mackenzie' 540. Inverury, 117. Irvine, 114.—Keiss, 95. Kildrummy, 74' Killearn, 294. Kilmarnock, 70. Kilmaurs, 241. Kilmuir' 560. Kilsyth, 560. Kiltarlity, 560. Kilwinning, 241. Kin- cardine, 162. Kincardine O'Neil, 294. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Kennoway, 240. Ken- sington, 200. Kent, Grand Jury of, 220. Kent Road, Old, 217. Kettering, 197. Keyham, 228. Killarchan, 193. Killearn, 12. Kilmarnock, 167. 187. Kilmorack, 165. Kiltarlity, 184. Kil- team, 220. Kincardine, 220. Kingston-upon-Hull, 134. Kin- loch Luichart, 220. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAHAM, John (d.1755), of Killearn, Stirling.

    (d.1755), of Killearn, Stirling. Constituency Dates Stirlingshire 1722 1727 Biography By 1715 Graham had succeeded his father as chamberlain, i.e. factor, to the Duke of Montrose, his ‘near relation’,[footnote] and as deputy-sheriff of Stirlingshire. During the rebellion Lord Mar wrote

    FINLAY, Kirkman (1773-1842), of Castle Toward, Renfrew.

    Clyde navigation 1814; dir. (extraordinary) Bank of Scotland 1821-d. Biography Finlay’s father, a cadet of Finlay of the Moss near Killearn, was the founder of a flourishing mercantile establishment in Glasgow. Himself displaying considerable flair as an entrepreneur, which involved

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    286; majority for Davies, 12.-Stirlingshire.-The nonsinationfor this county takes place on Monday. It is believed that Mr Black. burn, of Killearn (conservative), will be allowed to walk the course. -Halffax.-Sir C. Wood has appealed to the electors on present. ing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    84-On the 13th, at Buckland crescent, J. Hill, Esq., so-On the 13th, at Bath, Mrs Winter, 84-On the 12th, at Killearn, the Rev. J. Graham, D.D., 87-On the 13th. at Bayswater, Mrs Courthope, s8-On the. 18th, at Truro, J. Carpenter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilb.Mr. Abxugton 2 Doles 61 Montrose's Killearn, 3y, 8St Sib-..... Fagan .3 Betting: 7 to 4on Proteus, 3 to I agst Tottenbam, and L S5to 1 agst Killearn.-The favourite5 made play, attended by Killearn, for three-parts of the journey, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duffryn, Newport ii(Moo.) M.Martin 'J. Sutton, Henley Park, Oxon;- r'lMr. Jfames Watt, Knowfield, Carlisle; and Mr. David' .ha Wilson, Carbeth, Killearn (IN.B.) Mr. Brooks Hunt, .of of the Board of'Agriculture, will act as se-cretay _P Hmoces. is wsba Yon neeid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a length of abont 8. miles; and "No. 5, or Ountreath Contrsct," extending from the val- leyof the Endrick, by Killearn, to Stratlirlane, being a length of alort five miles. In No. 4 there will he t-so tuincls, of the Subscribers-only content

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