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Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire

P. S-M Arbuthnot

Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire

by P. S-M Arbuthnot

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Published by George Allen & Unwin Ltd in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arbuthnot family.

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    Statementby P.S-M. Arbuthnot.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19301002M

    From 11 December , her married name became Arbuthnot. 1 She wrote the book Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire. 3. Child of Ada Jane Evelyn and Philip Stewart Mackenzie Arbuthnot. Mary Evelyn Arbuthnot 1 b. 14 Aug , d. 1 Jan ; Citations. Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for Sir Robert (Arbuthnot) Arbuthnot of Arrat born Arbuthnott, Kincardineshire, Scotland died Scotland including ancestors + descendants + 3 photos + 1 genealogist comments + questions + more in the free family tree :

      Pat Rogers University of South Florida DR ARBUTHNOT AND HIS FAMILY BIOGRAPHERS of Dr John Arbuthnot (±) have relied chiefly on earlier family historians.1 The most significant of these is Ada Jane Evelyn Arbuthnot (Mrs Philip Stewart-Mackenzie Arbuthnot), Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire Author: Rogers, Pat. ^ Arbuthnot: Mrs. P. S-M. Arbuthnot, Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire (London, ), p. Patricia married firstly on 10 October to Arthur Cecil Byron, son of Cecil Byron, divorcing in

    Benholm Castle. Benholm Castle, sometimes known as Tower of Benholm, dates from about While undoubtedly its primary purpose was defensive, it was also demonstrable evidence of status. The exact date of completion of the castle is uncertain, but there seems little doubt that it was built by Sir John Lundy. Arbuthnott, Kincardineshire The name of this place has undergone many changes in its pronunciation and spelling. From documents in the possession of the Arbuthnott family it appears that, previously to the twelfth century, it was called Aberbothenothe, which form, about the year , had been changed to Aberbuthnot, and, in , to the mode.


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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, bornwas for some time a merchant in Peterhead, but afterwards removed to Edinburgh.

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