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  • THOMAS MACKENZIE of Inverlaul, 1688 son of John M. of Inverlaul, min. of this parish; was a member of the Court of High Commission 21st Oct. 1634 ; adm. to Tarbat in 1633, deserted his charge and went to Ireland in 1635, but returned and adm. here in 1638 ; elected a member of the Glasgow Assembly that year, but charges were brought against him and his commission was rejected. He protested in behalf of the Presb. against the Assembly as constituted and adhered to the declinature by the bishops; dep. 13th Dec. 1638 and ordered to be excommunicated, " unless he satisfied by repentance." He retired to Inverlaul ; died at Cadboll 7th April 1665, and was buried at Fearn. He marr. Agnes, daugh. of Hector Douglas of Mulderg, and had issue John of Inverlaul ; Thomas, writer, Edinburgh ; a daugh. (marr. Hector Douglas, fifth of Mulderg). [Baillie s Letters; Peterkin s Records; Hist, of the Mackenzies, 523; Seaforth Writs; Allangrange Writs; Reg. of Deeds, 31st Aug. 1652.]

 

  • WILLIAM ROSS of Shandwick, born 1593, son of Robert R. of Kinloch, min. of Alness ; educated at King s College, Aberdeen, 1614; adm. to Kincardine before 1624 ; trans, to Nigg 13th April 1633 ; pres. by Presb. of Tain ; trans, and adm. in 1644 ; suspended and the sentence approved by the General Assembly in July 1649, but he was still in the charge 3rd April 1660 ; died at Shandwick 20th April 1663. He marr. (1) Elizabeth, daugh. of William Campbell of Delnies, Nairn, and had issue David, murdered at Invereshie in 1651 ; Andrew, sixth of Shandwick, died Oct. 1675 ; Alexander ; Katherine (marr. Jarues Fraser of Pitcalzean) : (2) (cont. llth Nov. 1639) Isobel, daugh. of Hector Douglas of Mulderg (she marr. (2) Andrew Fraser, portioner of Pitcalzean), and had issue Janet, marr. (cont. 7th Nov. 1666) Donald Ross, Dean of Guild and merchant, Tain ; Isobel (marr. 1680, Alexander Munro of Teannaird) ; Elizabeth, marr. (cont. 8th Dec. 1680) William Ross in Shandwick. [Dingwall Presb. Reg. ; Reid s Geneal. of the ...

 

  • Ratification Hector Douglas of Mulderg - 1648
    The estates of parliament have ratified, approved and perpetually confirmed and by this ratification ratify, approve and perpetually confirm the charter made and granted by his majesty, with advice and consent of his highness's treasurer and treasurer depute and other lords of exchequer, his majesty's commissioners of this kingdom of Scotland, under his highness's great seal to Hector Douglas, elder, of Mulderg, his male heirs, successors and assignees whatsoever heritably and irredeemably of all and sundry the lands, mills and others after-specified...

 

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  • Genealogy of Douglas of Muldearg (pdf)
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