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Inverurie and the Earldom of the Garioch. A topographical and historical account of the Garioch from the earliest times to the revolution settlement with a genealogical appendix of Garioch families flourishing at the period of the revolution settlement and still represented

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Inverurie and the Earldom of the Garioch. A topographical and historical account of the Garioch from the earliest times to the revolution settlement with a genealogical appendix of Garioch families flourishing at the period of the revolution settlement and still represented

Inverurie and the Earldom of the Garioch. A topographical and historical account of the Garioch from the earliest times to the revolution settlement with a genealogical appendix of Garioch families flourishing at the period of the revolution settlement and still represented

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Inverurie and the Earldom of the Garioch. A topographical and historical account of the Garioch from the earliest times to the revolution settlement with a genealogical appendix of Garioch families flourishing at the period of the revolution settlement and still represented

Inverurie and the Earldom of the Garioch. A topographical and historical account of the Garioch from the earliest times to the revolution settlement with a genealogical appendix of Garioch families flourishing at the period of the revolution settlement and still represented

Source : Internet Archive

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Before the time of Queen Mary Stuart, when John, Lord Erskine, fifth in descent from Sir Robert, was acknowledged the


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the first victories of Prince Charles Stuart sent the Jacobites of the North well-nigh out of their senses. Mr.


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Mar in 1715 to seat James Stuart on the throne. After the disastrous end of that rising, both escaped to


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daughters-Elizabeth, second wife of Dr. John Stuart of Inchhreck , the other married Mr. Fyfe in Banff, and left issue.


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in 1872), third daughter of Charles Stuart of Dunearn, in Fife (great-grandson of Honourable Archibald Stuart of Dunearn, third son


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Alice, youngest daughter of John Alexander Stuart, Esq., second son of Charles Stuart of Dunearn, and has a son, John


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in Fife (great-grandson of Honourable Archibald Stuart of Dunearn, third son of the third Earl of Murray), by Mary, daughter