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IRVINE, John Allathine, then of Murthill
(About 1573-)
IRVINE, Isobel
(About 1590-)
GRAY, Thomas of Mamewlay, Provost of Aberdeen
(About 1589-1658)
FARQUHAR, Isobel
(About 1614-)
IRVINE, Alexander younger, of Murthill
(About 1625-1692)
GRAY, Agnes
(About 1650-)
IRVINE, John 15th of Drum
(About 1673-1737)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. FULLERTON, Catherine

IRVINE, John 15th of Drum 1

  • Born: About 1673
  • Marriage (1): FULLERTON, Catherine 1
  • Died: 1737 1

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  General Notes:

"14th July, 1685. - Disposition of a tenement of inland, mentioned in his contract of marriage by Alexander Irvine of Murthill, in favour of John Irvine, eldest lawful son procreat betwixt him and Agnes Gray, his spouse, and failing
of him by decease before arriving at 21 years of age, or his marriage, to the said John's surviving brethren of the second marriage. Alexander Irvine of Fortrie is a witness to this deed.-(Papers of Mr. Dingwall Fordyce of Culsh.)" (page 210)

"12th January, 1706 - Adam Irvine, junior of Brucklaw, is procurator for John Irvin (son of the second marriage of Mr. Alexander Irvine of Murthill, with Agnes Gray). - (MS. A.D.F.)" (page 179)

"John Irvine, who now succeeded his nephew, the preceding proprietor, was the son of Alexander Irvine of Murthill, and brother of Alexander Irvine of Murthill, who succeeded to the estate of Drum in 1696." (page 136)

from The Irvines of Drum 1

  Noted events in his life were:

Laird, 1735-1737, of Drum. 1


John married Catherine FULLERTON.1 (Catherine FULLERTON was born about 1685.)


  Marriage Notes:

"He (John Irvine) married Catherine, daughter of Robert Fullerton of Dudwick, and had possessed the place and remnant of the estates of Drum for only a few months, when death removed him from the contempt of those who knew his disqualifications and the indignation of those who witnessed his proceedings. He died in 1737, and was buried in the little chapel at Drum.
With him ended the male line of the family of Irvine of Murthill, which had been intruded into the succession in prejudice to the direct heirs of the original grantee of Drum."

from The Irvines of Drum 1

Sources


1 e-books, The Irvines of Drum and Collateral Branches by Jonathan Forbes-Leslie (1909).


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