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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALYBURTON, James (d.1765), of Pitcur, Angus, and Firth, Orkney.

    (d.1765), of Pitcur, Angus, and Firth, Orkney. Constituency Dates Orkney and Shetland 1747 1754 Ofifces Held Ensign 13 Ft. 1735; capt.-lt. 3 Ft. Gds. 1748; capt. and lt.-col. 1750. Biography Halyburton, whose family had been seated at Pitcur since 1433,[footnote]

    HALYBURTON (HALIBURTON), James (d. by 1755), of Pitcur, Kettins, Forfar.

    (d. by 1755), of Pitcur, Kettins, Forfar. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held MP [S] Forfarshire 1702–7. Ofifces Held Commr. justiciary for Highlands [S] 1702. Ofifces Held Burgess, Ayr 1708 Biography Founded by a younger son of a 15th-century

    OGILVY, Hon. Donald (1788-1863), of Clova, Forfar

    the enfranchisement of �50 copyholders), spawned an acrimonious public correspondence with Jeffrey and the Whig reformer Douglas Gordon Hallyburton of Pitcur, whom Ogilvy narrowly defeated at the Forfarshire by-election in October.[footnote] Before being unseated on petition, 31 Jan. 1832, he

    HALLYBURTON, Hon. Douglas (1777-1841), of Hallyburton House, Forfar

    Member became on inheriting his cousin"s extensive Forfarshire estates and taking the name of his maternal grandfather James Hallyburton of Pitcur, was a brother-in-law of William Beckford of Fonthill and half-brother of George Gordon, 5th earl of Aboyne (from 1836

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, October 1562, 01 October 1562-31 October 1562

    those sent by the Queen to himself, to make his house patent to the Laird of Grange and Tutor of Pitcur and a dozen with them, searching whether John Gordon his son was received there or not. Under this "couller" Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    marriage question (27th Feb.), 130 2; dis missed (26th Aug.), 198; will not desert Riccio's murderers (21st March), 269; 572. Pitcur , the Tutor of: charged to ward in Dunbarton (1st Aug.), 472; skirmish with Huntly, 492; (Percore): a horse Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    (5), 139 (1), 140 (1), 296 (2), 352 (2), 710 (1), 781 (1), 957 (2), 990. Pitcher , Francis, 1023. Pitcur , the tutor of, see Haliburton, James. Pittenweem (Fife), 352 (5), 392 (9), 485 (3), 710 (1), 839, 840.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1590, March

    Glammis, Patrick Maister of Gray, Dauid Lindsay of Edzell, James Skrymgeour of Dudop, Constable of Dundee, and George Haliburtoun of Pitcur, within the boundis of the Schirefdome of Forfar; Johnne Erll of Athoill, Duncane Campbell of Glenvrquhy, Thomas Stewart of

    Index, P, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    3. Somerset's: her size, draught, & c., 43; not fit for rough weather, 63. Pistour , lieutenant: his case, 110. Pitcur , Tutor of: his brother slain, 262; in camp at Restalrig (6th April 1560), 349; fails to take Huntly Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eallyburton House, Cupar Angus, on Sunday night. His Lordship, who was the owner of the extensive estates of Hallyborton and Pitcur, in Perthshire, was in lila eighty-first year. He was a Liberal in politics, and repreaented the county of Forfar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fell together, with the tutor of Macdonald of Largo, and his sons. Colonel Gilbert Ramsay, and the brave laird of Pitcur, " who, like a moving castle in the shape of men, threw fire and sword on all sides," were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dows of which they kept up a gainirg fire upon the 3e Highlanders. By one of these shots, Hallyburton of Pitcur fill mortally wounded ; and Damiee, observing ) him, ran to his side, and stooping over him, with his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arns Of Halybuertoe in 1784, on succeedite g to the estates of ris cocsin, the Hont. Hamnilton Douiglas Halyburton, ol Pitcur. His lerdship married, in 18M7, LoJuisat, only daughter anel hteiress ref Sir Edeward Leslie, of Turbot, Kerry. We understated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magdalene, only daughter of John llallyburton, Esq., of the Fodderance, a branch of the ancient family of the Hallyburtons of Pitcur, and allied to the noble houses of Morton, Aboyne, and Northeslk. LORD PcaseNKvIs F aRwEtW L Os rTE BAR.-" Subscribers-only content

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