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GARDEN, George of Banchory, Burgess of Aberdeen
(About 1520-After 1586)
KEITH, Elizabeth
(About 1532-)
GORDON, John of Ardmachar, 4th of Gight
(About 1504-Before 1592)
GORDON, Marjory
(About 1524-)
GARDEN, Arthur of Banchory
(About 1549-About 1605/1606)
GORDON, Elspet
(About 1557-)
GARDEN, Isobell
(About 1575-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. SIBBALD, James of Kair & Mondynes, Minister of Benholme parish, Reverend Mr

GARDEN, Isobell 1

  • Born: About 1575
  • Marriage (1): SIBBALD, James of Kair & Mondynes, Minister of Benholme parish, Reverend Mr 1 2

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Isobell married Reverend Mr James SIBBALD of Kair & Mondynes, Minister of Benholme parish, son of Lieutenant Colonel David SIBBALD of Kair, in Swedish Service and Unknown.1 2 (Reverend Mr James SIBBALD of Kair & Mondynes, Minister of Benholme parish was born about 1575.)


  Marriage Notes:

(at Benholme in 1595)


"James Sibbald of Kair and Mondynes, second son of David S. of Kair; promoted from being regent in King's College, Aberdeen, 1595; was a member of Assembly in 1602 and 1638; died before 16th March 1649, when a commission was given by Parliament to Sir Robert Graham of Morphie, who had obtained the lands of Kair, to distribute the price among his children. He marr. Isabel Gordon, and had issue: Donald; James, probably min. of Torryburn; Robert; John; a daugh. (marr. Robert Douglas); Jean (marr. James Melvill, min. of this parish); a daugh. (marr. James Pedie)."

from Fasti Ecclesiae




"Mr James Sibbald and Isobell Garden, whose father was son to Banchory Garden, Mr James Sibbald, who was Laird of Kair and Mondynes and also Parson of Benholm, was son to David Sibbald of Kair

The forsaid Mr James Sibbald who was parson of Benholm was only second son to David, for Alexander was the eldest, and he being a man of not so good management sold the Estate of Kair to Mr James with the superiority of Mondyns. Mr James had of sons by Isobel Garden Mr David, Mr James, Robert and John and three daughters"

from Monograph 1 2

Sources


1 e-books, A Monograph Written 1712 to 1730 by Gideon Guthrie ed. C.E. Guthrie Wright (1819).

2 e-books, Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae vol. 5 Fife Angus and Mearns by Hew Scott.

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