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STEUART, Patrick 5th of Tannachy
(About 1655-)
GORDON, Anna
(About 1656-)
ABERCROMBY, James 2nd Baronet of Birkenbog, Sir
(1669-)
GORDON, Mary
(About 1670-)
STEUART, George 8th of Tannachy, Jacobite 1715
(About 1685-1748)
ABERCROMBY, Anne of Birkenbog
(About 1700-1740)
STUART, Peter or Patrick younger, of Tannachy, Jacobite 1745
(About 1729-1779)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. STUART, Elizabeth

STUART, Peter or Patrick younger, of Tannachy, Jacobite 1745

  • Born: About 1729
  • Marriage (1): STUART, Elizabeth
  • Died: 31 December 1779

   Another name for Peter was STUART, Patrick of Oxhill.1

  General Notes:

"Peter was cited by edict on 7.6.1749 as eldest son of George Stuart of Tannachy and was served heir to him in May 1750. He married his cousin, Elizabeth Stuart, (d.1806), younger daughter of Alexander Stuart of Auchlunkart and died 31.12.1779 aged 50, leaving : 1) George Stewart of Tannachy W.S., [b.1768], died October 1814, aged 45; 2) Alexander, Major 75th Regt. killed in Callabria, April 1813, aged 40; 3) Andrew, [b.1774], died in Jamaica; 4) Harriet Mary, died 19th July 1864, in the 93rd year of her age; 5) Elizabeth Margaret, died 24th July 1858, aged 82. Patrick Stuart, a keen Presbyterian, built the Chapel of Ease at Enzie. He said that he joined the Rising entirely owing to the persuasion of Lord Lewis Gordon

But Rosebery List - "Peter Stuart, Gentleman, Oxhill, Banff. Ensign in the rebel army and very active in recruiting men. Lurking". [In hiding]. "

from Rathven Parish Jacobites

"P. 38. Peter Stuart, gentleman. This person appears to be identical with Patrick Stuart of Tannachy, cited by edict of the
commissary of Aberdeen on 7th June 1749, as eldest son of the deceased George Stuart of Tannachy, who died in December 1748; the other members of the family cited are James, Cosmo-George, Andrew, Alexander, Mary. Elspet, and Jean Stuart, brothers and sisters of said Patrick."

from A List of Persons Concerned in the Rebellion

'Peter Stuart younger, of Tannachy

"Gentleman, Tannachie, Banff. Ensign in the Rebel Army - Lurking", [in hiding]; Rosebury's List.

Usually called Patrick, he was the son of George Stuart of Tannachy, Portgordon, who married Anne, daughter of Sir James Abercromby of Birkenbog, and he died on December 1748. Peter was cited by edict on 7.6.1749 as eldest son of George Stuart of Tannachy and was served heir to him in May 1750. He married his cousin, Elizabeth Stuart, (d.1806), younger daughter of Alexander Stuart of Auchlunkart and died 31.12.1779 aged 50, leaving : 1) George Stewart of Tannachy W.S., [b.1768], died October 1814, aged 45; 2) Alexander, Major 75th Regt. killed in Callabria, April 1813, aged 40; 3) Andrew, [b.1774], died in Jamaica; 4) Harriet Mary, died 19th July 1864, in the 93rd year of her age; 5) Elizabeth Margaret, died 24th July 1858, aged 82. Patrick Stuart, a keen Presbyterian, built the Chapel of Ease at Enzie. He said that he joined the Rising entirely owing to the persuasion of Lord Lewis Gordon

But Rosebery List - "Peter Stuart, Gentleman, Oxhill, Banff. Ensign in the rebel army and very active in recruiting men. Lurking". [In hiding].'

from Notes on Rathven Parish Jacobites
2 3


Peter married Elizabeth STUART, daughter of Alexander STUART of Auchlunkart and Unknown. (Elizabeth STUART was born about 1730 and died in 1806.)


Sources


1 e-books, The House of Gordon vol.2: Cadets of Lesmoir by J.M.Bulloch and D. Wimberley (1907).

2 e-books, A List of Persons Concerned in the Rebellion (Scottish History Society 1890).

3 Internet Site, http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/sheena_charles/1745.htm.


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