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Genealogical notices of the Napiers of Kilmahew, in Dumbartonshire

by Napier, Family of of Kilmahew

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John Napier of Kilmahew, Walton and Wallaceton was born circa in Scotland to Robert Napier () and Katherine Haldane and died before6 July inScotland of unspecified causes. He married Lilias Colquhoun (c) in Scotland. Ancestors are fromScotland. "John Napier had a resignation of Kilmahew from his father, in , on his marriage with .   Kilmahew House was built in for James Barr after whom Barr Street is named. It is shown on the Survey Map of I remember being shown the Earl's original plan in Kilmahew House when it was the Town Council HQ about /5 and it showed Seton and Winton Streets extended further towards Saltcoats.

Large family tree of the Kincardineshire family, with notes on early notices of the family. Extracts from OPR, Statutory records and census. Family group sheet. FORRESTER T C Many pages Extracts from OPR. Several little trees. Information on the lowland Clan Society of the name.   In the County Valuation of (Irving, The Book of Dumbartonshire, I, pp ), Cordalls appears in both the parish of Dumbarton and the parish of Cardross. Cardross RMS I (90) refers to the lordship of a carucate of Cardross exchanged for the half of Leckie nearest to Boquhan (Stirlingshire).

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11 " mortifies an house and an piece of land lyand thereto beside the chapel of " Kilmahew, extending to about an acre or thereby, together with an piece " of land for pasture, which was of old possesst by the priest of Kilmahew, " by order of the said Robert Napier of Kilmahew, his predecessors in " time of superstition.

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Abstract. 50 copies of access: Internet Topics: Napier family. Publisher: Glasgow, printed by Malcolm, Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Genealogical Notices of the Napiers of Kilmahew in Dumbartonshire.

Robert Kerr, printed by John Carfrae Malcolm, Glasgow, The title is self-explanatory. A most useful book when researching this family.

Unfortunately, only fifty copies were printed for private circulation, so it is very difficult to get. Explore genealogy for John Napier born abt. Kilmahew, Dumbarton, Lennox, Scotland died including research + descendants + more in the free family tree community.

login John Napier (abt. - bef. Ivan Napier's book on the Napier Family (), p. 35, states "Dr. Patrick Napier was born and educated in Scotland, son of Robert Napier, and grandson of Sir John Napier, noted Mathematician, scholar, inventor. (He) immigrated to America insponsored by Peter Ford, settled in Gloucester County, VA., and moved shortly to York County, VA.".

Summary of the Descent of the Kilmahew Napiers to Dr Patrick Napier of Virginia. This information is taken from Col John H Napier III's book Dr Patrick Napier of Virginia. His Ancestors and Some Descendants, to which reference should be made for fuller details.

Apart from the first two names on the list, whose relationship to each other is not. Genealogy profile for Robert Napier of Kilmahew. Genealogy for Laird Robert Napier, of Kilmahew (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

People Projects Discussions The Book of Dumbartonshire: Parishes By Joseph Irving. Page view all. Genealogy for John Napier of Kilmahew (c - d.) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

People Projects Discussions Surnames. Irvines History of Dumbartonshire: OS1/9/6/ 18 "At Kilmahew was a chapel dedicated to St.

Mahew confessor, probably to Maurus, a companion of St. Patrick, which gave its name to the lands." situated on the west bank of a stream of the same name. Irvine of Dumbarton says that it was founded by a family named Napier, and had been. FAMILY HISTORY TREE Genealogy Scotland Clans Old Historic Books Records New DVD - $ Genealogical notices of the Napiers of Kilmahew, in Dumbartonshire () Genealogie of the Hayes of Tweeddale, by Father Richard Augustin Hay, Prior of St.

Pieremont, including memoirs of his own times () Genealogie of the Sainteclaires of Rosslyn. History of Dumbartonshire, The: from the earliest period to the present time Book Index.

Abernethy, George, Abernethy, William, Provost of the Collegiate Church of Dumbarton, Aetius, Consul, appealed to by the Britons,17 Napier of Kilmahew, family of,; slain at Glenfruin, Genealogical notices of the Napiers of Kilmahew, in Dumbartonshire [] Author: Kerr, Robert Malcolm, Printer: Malcolm, John Carfrae.

Date published: Histories of Scottish families > Facts and traditions collected for a family record [] Author: McConnel, David C. Date published: Histories of Scottish families >. Genealogical Notices Of The Napiers Of Kilmahew In Dumbartonshire () (with William Blackstone) The Student's Blackstone: Being the Commentaries On the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone The Common Law Procedure Act,(17 &.

Works []. Genealogical Notices Of The Napiers Of Kilmahew In Dumbartonshire (); The Student's Blackstone: Being the Commentaries On the Laws of England of Sir William Blackstone with William Blackstone (); The Common Law Procedure Act,(17 & 18 Vict., Cap.

,) with Practical Notes (); An Action at Law: Being an. Kilmahew Castle (In Ruins) Kilmahew Castle (In Ruins) James Burns Esqr. Bloomhill Mr. Colquhoun Mr. Swan Mr. Irvine, Bookseller, Dumbarton: An old Castle (in ruins) situated on the west bank of a stream of the same name.

Irvine of Dumbarton says that it was founded by a family named Napier, and had been rebuilt about the middle of the. THE EARLY CROSS AND SHRINE OF ST. MAHEW, CARDROSS, DUMBARTONSHIRE by C. Ralegh Radford Kirkton of Kilmahew, with the little chapel of St.

Mahew, lies on the north side of the Clyde, some six miles north-west of Dumbarton. The site is in the west part of the parish of Cardross, about one mile from the river.

Part of the lands of Kilmahew was already a possession of the Napiers. In the fifteenth century Duncan Napier of Kilmahew had St Mahew’s chapel restored and it was reconsecrated in by the Bishop of Argyll.

Notice that the modern metal gate is fixed between two, much older, stone piers. At the last stop we heard about the eventual sale of the Kilmahew estate by the Napier family.View book: Napier: Genealogical notices of the Napiers of Kilmahew, in Dumbartonshire Glasgow: Printed for private circulation [by John Carfrae Malcolm], Kerr, Robert Malcolm, Malcolm, John Carfrae: View book: Napier: Memoirs of John Napier of Merchiston His lineage, life and times, with a history of the invention of.Robert Napier of Kilmahew was born in Scotland to John Napier (-c) and Susannah Cunningham (c) and died inScotland of unspecified causes.

He married Katherine Haldane in Scotland. Ancestors are fromScotland. "Robert Napier was served heir-general of his father, 22d October,and in the following year made up titles to the different lands.

He .