3 edition of The Cargills of Haltoun of Rattray found in the catalog.
The Cargills of Haltoun of Rattray
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CARGILL, DONALD, or, according to some, Daniel (?–). covenanting preacher, was born at Rattray in Perthshire about , studied at Aberdeen and St. Andrews, and was ordained in He became minister of the Barony parish in Glasgow in the same year. Cargill sued a former executive of its meatpacking division, alleging he stole trade secrets before resigning to join rival JBS this month. Genealogy profile for Isobel Cargill Isobel Cargill (Rattray) (deceased) - Genealogy Genealogy for Isobel Cargill (Rattray) (deceased) family tree on Geni, .
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His father having died when he was an infant, his affairs were managed by a guardian, Thomas Cocke, a neighbor of the Cargills, who rendered “an account of the estate of John Cargill III, infant orphan of John Cargill, Gentleman, deceased” (Surry County Order Book,vol.
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Donald Cargill, born in Rattray, was a Presbyterian minister and Covenanter. The Covenanters pledged to maintain their own way of worship following the signing of.
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Margaret The Cargills of Haltoun of Rattray book, wife of Donald Cargill, vicar of Rattray. Replies: 0. lescar91 (View posts) Many, many Family Trees on Ancestry show Donald's wife as Margaret Blair, daughter of John Blair and Margaret Cunningham.
These Blair's are from the Blair of Blair clan in Ayrshire. He was born aroundand was the eldest son of Laurence Cargill of Bonnytoun, Rattray, Perthshire, a notary public, and Marjory Blair. He was educated perhaps at University of Aberdeen and at the University of St Andrews, where he matriculated as a st udent of St Salvator's College in Rattray (Old), High Street, Rattray Church of Scotland Parish Church is a Category B listed building in Blairgowrie And Rattray, Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. About 10 minutes on foot from Blairgowrie and Rattray city center. Cargill's Restaurant & Bistro and The Fair O'Blair are a 5-minute walk from the property.
The villa is next to Meikleour Beech Hedge. John Cargill, Portioner of Haltoun of Rattray, b. Rattray, Perthshire, Scotland abt. ; d. there abt. ; m. Rattray, Scotland, JukyJeane Gray. He was the eldest son of Donald Cargill and Marjory Blair. His brother Laurence Cargill, youngest son of Donald and Marjory was the father of Reverend Donald Cargill, the Martyr and Covenanter.
Find out about the towns and villages around Blairgowrie and Rattray in Perth and Kinross, discover their history and the attractions which they offer today. There is a the tale of a local man Donald Cargill, the son of a bonnet laird who owned the small estate of the Hatton.
He became a minister gratefully admired for his preaching, but he refused to accept the laws which Charles II had promulgated on his return to the Throne in Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g.
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School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. Donald Cargill ( – 27 July ) was a Scottish Covenanter who worked to uphold the principles of the National Covenant of and Solemn League and Covenant of to establish and defend Presbyterianism.
He was born aroundand was the eldest son of Laurence Cargill of Bonnytoun, Rattray, Perthshire, a notary public, and Marjory : Two couples on golfing trip, we had been at Cargill’s on a previous visit to area however it was recommended at the golf club so when we heard of new ownership,we booked on the first evening and so pleased we did/5(56).
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Blairgowrie is the larger of the two former burghs which were united by an Act of Parliament in and lies on the southwest side of the River Ericht while Rattray is on the northeast side. Rattray claims to be the older and Council area: Perth and Kinross. Our Heritage Blairgowrie & Rattray.
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Early Notables of the Cargill family (pre ) Notable amongst the Clan at this time was Donald Cargill (), a Scottish Covenanter from Rattray, Blairgowrie who worked to uphold the principles of the National Covenant of.
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