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GORDON, George Heritor of Mill of Kincardine, Kincardine O'Neil
(About 1692-Before 1722)
GORDON, Agnes
(About 1695-)
GORDON, Francis of Milne, Advocate, Jacobite 1745
(About 1712-1746)
ROSE, Barbara of Glencat
(About 1715-Before 1746)
GORDON, Anne
(1741-1823)

 

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STUART, Thomas of Drumin, Lieutenant

GORDON, Anne

  • Christened: 24 October 1741, Kincardine O'Neil Parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1
  • Marriage: STUART, Thomas of Drumin, Lieutenant on 2 December 1763 in Inveravon Parish, Banffshire, Scotland
  • Died: 5 February 1823 2
  • Buried: Mortlach Churchyard, Banffshire, Scotland 2

bullet   Other names for Anne were GORDON, Ann and STEWART, Ann of Pittyvaich, Mrs.2

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bullet  General Notes:

'VII Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Ann Stewart, late of Pittyvaich, whose remains are deposited in this churchyard.
She died 5th Feb., 1823, aged 81 years.
The title "of" is vainglorious. The Stewarts were proprietors of Nothing, being merely tenants of Pittyvaich of which the Earl of Fife is the proprietor. Even to the grave, some people carry empty vanity and poor pride, the cause of the fall."'

from History of Moray 2


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Anne married Lieutenant Thomas STUART of Drumin, son of Gordon STEWART of Drumin and Margaret DUNBAR of Grange, on 2 December 1763 in Inveravon Parish, Banffshire, Scotland. (Lieutenant Thomas STUART of Drumin was christened on 29 June 1740 in Croy And Dalcross Parish, Invernesshire, Scotland, died on 5 February 1815 and was buried in Inveravon Churchyard, Banffshire, Scotland.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

A record, probably banns, exists in Logie Coldstone parish, Aberdeenshire, for Stewart and An Gordon 26 November 1763.

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Sources


1 LDS, IGI.

2 e-books, The History of the Province of Moray by Lachlan Shaw.


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