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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1808 edition. Excerpt: ... XIV. SIR MALCOLM DRUMMOND, . " ," LORD OF THAT ILK. Succeeded about 1445.--Died about 14/0. From ike 8, h James II, to the 10"" Janus III. Anceitor This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1808 edition. Excerpt: ... XIV. SIR MALCOLM DRUMMOND, . " ," LORD OF THAT ILK. Succeeded about 1445.--Died about 14/0. From ike 8, h James II, to the 10"" Janus III. Anceitor of the families of Deanstovcn, Coldocli, Ballochard, Crieffvechter, Keltie, Kildees, Stragealh, Croftnappock, Drummondernochilnnermay, Drummatchance, PV cairns, Cvmrie, Achlaick, c. Sir Malcolm Drummond, on the death of his father, became the chief of the house of Drummond, and succeeded to the vast estates which his family possessed in the counties of Perth, Dunbarton, and Stirling. Of this venerable gentleman there is nothing interesting upon record. He married, in 1445, Mariota Murray, daughter of Sir David Murray, sixth lord of Tullibardine, by Isabel, daughter of Sir John Stewart of Innermeath, lord of Lorn, by whom he had six sons. 1. Sir John, afterwards Lord Drummond. 2. Walter Drummond of Deanslown, a man of, great talents, who was, first, rector of S'. Andrew's, then, in 1496, chancellor of Dunkeld, and, in 15 GO, dean of Dunblane, parson of Kinnoull, and was at length appointed clerk-register by James IV. He feued the lands of Deans town, whence it took the name, and was father to John, the next dean of Dunblane, and parson of Kinnoull, who solemnized the marriage of Queen Margaret, widow of James IV. with Archibald, earl of Angus, in Kinnoull kirk. By a dispensation from the DEGREESope, he married Christian Scott, daughter of the laird of Balween in Fife, and had Malcolm Drummond, the third laird of Deanstown, whose son John begot James Drummond, the, fifth laird. James was succeeded by his son Mr. James Drummond, sixth laird of Deanstown, for fourteen years minister of Fowlis in Strathearn, who married Jariet Malcolm, daughter of the learned, pious, and reverend Mr. John Malcolm, t...


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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1808 edition. Excerpt: ... XIV. SIR MALCOLM DRUMMOND, . " ," LORD OF THAT ILK. Succeeded about 1445.--Died about 14/0. From ike 8, h James II, to the 10"" Janus III. Anceitor This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1808 edition. Excerpt: ... XIV. SIR MALCOLM DRUMMOND, . " ," LORD OF THAT ILK. Succeeded about 1445.--Died about 14/0. From ike 8, h James II, to the 10"" Janus III. Anceitor of the families of Deanstovcn, Coldocli, Ballochard, Crieffvechter, Keltie, Kildees, Stragealh, Croftnappock, Drummondernochilnnermay, Drummatchance, PV cairns, Cvmrie, Achlaick, c. Sir Malcolm Drummond, on the death of his father, became the chief of the house of Drummond, and succeeded to the vast estates which his family possessed in the counties of Perth, Dunbarton, and Stirling. Of this venerable gentleman there is nothing interesting upon record. He married, in 1445, Mariota Murray, daughter of Sir David Murray, sixth lord of Tullibardine, by Isabel, daughter of Sir John Stewart of Innermeath, lord of Lorn, by whom he had six sons. 1. Sir John, afterwards Lord Drummond. 2. Walter Drummond of Deanslown, a man of, great talents, who was, first, rector of S'. Andrew's, then, in 1496, chancellor of Dunkeld, and, in 15 GO, dean of Dunblane, parson of Kinnoull, and was at length appointed clerk-register by James IV. He feued the lands of Deans town, whence it took the name, and was father to John, the next dean of Dunblane, and parson of Kinnoull, who solemnized the marriage of Queen Margaret, widow of James IV. with Archibald, earl of Angus, in Kinnoull kirk. By a dispensation from the DEGREESope, he married Christian Scott, daughter of the laird of Balween in Fife, and had Malcolm Drummond, the third laird of Deanstown, whose son John begot James Drummond, the, fifth laird. James was succeeded by his son Mr. James Drummond, sixth laird of Deanstown, for fourteen years minister of Fowlis in Strathearn, who married Jariet Malcolm, daughter of the learned, pious, and reverend Mr. John Malcolm, t...

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