2 edition of Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock found in the catalog.
Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock
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|Statement||by James Dobie ; with a prefatory notice of the author and addenda by John Shedden-Dobie.|
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Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock; Description: By James Dobie. With a prefatory notice of the author and addenda by John Shedden-Dobie.
Edinburgh: Privately printed for the Editor [by David Douglas], With portraits. Illustrations "in platinotype and autotype, by. Dec 07, · Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock Item Preview remove-circle asking for confirmation of receipt of book SCO Rights: National Library of Scotland holds full rights in this digital resource and agrees to license the resource under the Creative Commons License: Pages: Histories of Scottish families > Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock > Page ix  Histories of Scottish families > Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock > Page x  Histories of Scottish families > Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock > Page xi  Histories of Scottish families > Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock >.
Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock By James Dobie Privately printed for the editor Limited Edition Number 38/60, previously owned by R.M. Davidson of Drumley & with the editors regards. Find Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock with Prefatory Notice of the Author and Addenda By James Sheddon-Dobie of Morishill by DOBIE James FSA Scot writer in Beith - History of the lands of Morishill.
In the early 17th century Robert Peibles held Moreisheills, Pedderland and Maynshill. In the lands of old extent of 'Morishill' were held by James and Janet Stewart. By the Adam family had held the 20/- land of old extent of Morishill for several generations, acquiring it through the marriage of Henry Adam with Margaret Stewart, daughter of John Built: 17th century.
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Sadly, the entry for Crummock Park appears to be missing. This was a residence of the Montgomerie family and it lay between South Barr, Hayhills and Bogfaulds Farms in what is now DM Beith.
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 The Barony of Giffen comprised a number of Built: 15th century. The lands of Threepwood were located in the Parish of Beith, at the eastern boundary between East Renfrewshire and North Ayrshire, Scotland. The settlements of Midtown, Townhead and Townend were part of the old Threepwood Estate.
Cuffhill at feet is the highest eminence in the parish and it overlooks the area with Little Hill and Cuff Hill and Little Hill plantations nearby, now situated. It remained in that family until at least James Wilson of Thirdpart was a notable local eccentric who wrote and published poems on such topics as the 'Trearne Cattle Shows', the 'Fall of Giffin Castle' and the 'Misfortunes of a clocking-hen'.
James died in  William Wilson who lived here in was a brick and tile maker. Memoir of William Wilson of Crummock James Dobie (Morishill Scotland) 1st. $ + $ Shipping was bound upside down and attached to the wrong end of the book, thus it opens at the books rear or index.
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Dobie, John Shedden. Cuninghame Topographized by Timothy Pont Engravings, map. Dobie, John Shedden. The church of Kilbirnie. It remained in that family until at least James Wilson of Thirdpart was a notable local eccentric who wrote and published poems on such topics as the 'Trearne Cattle Shows', the 'Fall of Giffin Castle' and the 'Misfortunes of a clocking-hen'.
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E.A. Spriggs, with family tree. Descendants of William Innes in Cumminestown. Book. Tree showing the Royal ancestors of the Misses Innes of Inverness, Kerr of Crummock, Hutton, Kersland, Gatend, Auchengree, Triorne.
Extracts from Burke's Peerage, extract of matriculation George Kerr.] William Wilson who lived here in was a brick and tile maker. A small mansion had been present here, occupied in the s by John Montgomerie of Scotstoun, a near relative of the Laird of Hessilhead.
Dobie, James (). Pont's Cunninghame topographized with continuations and illustrative notices (). Pub. John Tweed. P. The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England.A popular holiday destination, it is famous for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells), and its associations with William Wordsworth and other Lake Poets and also with Beatrix Potter and John thehit45sradiogroup.com Lake District National Park was established in and covers an area of 2, square.