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GRANT, John 4th of Freuchie,'the Gentle'
(About 1508-1585)
McCONQUHY?,
(About 1506-)
MACONACHIE GRANT, John in Gartinbeg
(About 1522-Before 1553)
MACINTOSH,
(About 1522-)
McCONDACHT GRANT, Duncan in Gartinbeg
(About 1536-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. ROSE, Mary

McCONDACHT GRANT, Duncan in Gartinbeg 1

  • Born: About 1536
  • Marriage (1): ROSE, Mary

   Other names for Duncan were GRANT, Duncan in Gartinbeg 1 2 and McCONDOCHIE GRANT, Duncan in Gartinbeg.1

  General Notes:

'He occurs as a witness in several Grant charters from 1553 to 1581. On 9th January 1553 he was served heir to his father, John Grant in Gartinbeg, in town of (?)maye. On 3d May 1568 he signed a decreet-arbitral for the settlement of a dispute between
the Lairds of Freuchie and Kinchirdie, respecting the marches of their lands. He entered into a contract, on 6th December 1565, with Patrick Grant of Dalvey, for the marriage of his daughter Janet to Dalvey's eldest son Patrick, and in 1581, as son and heir to the deceased John Makconachie Grant in Gartinbeg, granted a discharge of the reversion of the lands of Tullochcrue. He is said to have married Mary Rose, "and to have had four sons and two daughters. Another account states that he was twice married, that the eldest son of the first marriage died s.p., and that Duncan was succeeded in Gartinbeg by the eldest son of the second
marriage.'

from Chiefs of Grant


Duncan married Mary ROSE. (Mary ROSE was born about 1536.)


Sources


1 e-books, The Chiefs of Grant by William Fraser (1883).

2 e-books, The Rulers of Strathspey: A History of the Lairds of Grant and Earls of Seafield by the Earl of Cassillis (1911).

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