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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arbuthnot, Ada Jane Evelyn. Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire. London, G. Allen & Unwin Ltd. . Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire: The court book of the barony of Urie in Kincardineshire: View other Stories, Memories & Histories collections related to Kincardineshire (87). Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Arbuthnot, P. S-M.. Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire. London: G. Allen & Unwin, Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.
Haddo Rattray Extract from Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire, P. S.-M. Arbuthnot, London, G. Allen and Unwin, Page Robert Arbuthnot, second of Haddo-Rattray, third and only surviving son of Robert Arbuthnot and Mary Petrie, born , was for some time a merchant in Peterhead, but afterwards removed to Edinburgh. He succeeded File Size: KB. Kincardineshire, also known as the Mearns (from Scottish Gaelic: A' Mhaoirne meaning "the Stewartry"), is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area on the coast of northeast is bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south.. The name "Kincardine" is also used in Kincardine and Mearns, a committee area of the Country: Scotland. For persons named Arbuthnott, see Arbuthnot For other named Arbuthnott, see Arbuthnot. Arbuthnott (from Scottish Gaelic Obar Bhuadhnait, meaning 'mouth of the Buadhnat') is a small village in northeast Scotland, 26 miles south of is located on the B east of Fordoun (on the A90) and north-west of Inverbervie (on the A92) in Aberdeenshire. The Country: Scotland. A book treasured by seamen, divers, walkers and local heritage enthusiasts has been reprinted to raise money for the Mearns museum its author helped set up.
[M35; p] Here lies JAMES SPARK sometime tennant in Broombank, who died aged 70 also his spouse MARGARET DUTHIE who died aged 80 years. [M26; p] Erected by ALEXANDER BISSET, farmer in Upper Pitforthies, in memory of his wife, MARGARET McBAIN, who died 5th May aged 60 their children; MARGARET, . Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire & Aberdeenshire: The copyright owner has uploaded this to the web in pdf format. The definitive genealogy at , based on the Scots Peerage: Mrs P S-M Arbuthnot: George Bell & Sons, Queen Mary's Book: Poems & essays by Mary Queen of Scots: Mrs P S-M Arbuthnot: The Sleeping Beauty of Groot. Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire - A. Arbuthnot () Memories of two cities, Edinburgh and Aberdeen - D. Masson () Merchant and craft guilds, a history of the Aberdeen incorporated trades - E. Bain () Monuments and monumental inscriptions in Scotland Vol. 1 - C. Rogers (). 2. The portrait which was then in the possession of Mr William Arbuthnot-Leslie of Warthill, Aberdeenshire, also shown in Mrs not's "Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire" (the copyright to which book is owned by Sir William Arbuthnot, Bt). This portrait is now at Lickley Head, seat of Mr Sebastian.