Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Early Stewarts of Clochfoldich
The second son of Minister of Killin who I think inherited Blackhill, Duncan Stewart married a Fergusson who was daughter of Minister of Logerait. I wonder if this was the family of Fergussons that William Stewart may have married in about the 1770s. James Stewart was the first son who inherited Killiechasie.
Yes I have seen this handwritten list of documents and have gleaned that Succession of Cloichfoldich went from George to eldest son John to his eldest son John to his eldest son John
Sandra, Let me see if I understand.
Robert Stewart b 1650 of Killiechassie, minister of Killin marries Anna Campbell in 1683.
They have the following children:
1. Catherine Stewart
2. Ann Stewart
3. Margaret Stewart
4. Grizell Stewart
5. James Stewart, of Killiechassie, b. 29 Nov 1683
7. Alexander Stewart, of Clochfoldich, b. 29 Nov 1689
8. Robert Stewart, of Derculich, b. 6 Dec 1704
Alexander has a child named Robert Stewart, 2 of Clochfoldich
Alexander marries Susan Fleming b 11 March 1737 in Dull, Perthshire. on Feb 8, 1756
This enlarged part of Tay is a Lake so prob still there to this day. Did you see the p 29 or 30 of jamesirvinerobertson 1817 census which specifically mentions the Stewart Menzies William Stewart so he is at least different to Clochfoldich William Stewart with 3 daughters mentioned early on In The census. Is there another early map in more detail of the estates as the map in 1706 only has Logyrait. I have see Western Clochfoldich on one of those Early maps. I think that this census proves that the Ballendune William Stewart is not our Stewart. What do you think.
1 - STEWART, Robert. M.A. b. I May 1650, s. of James Stewart of Wester Clunie, and Barbara Menzies. St. Andrews Univ.: M.A. 23 July 1672. Inc. Killin, 14 May 1679– 1729 (presented by Bishop Lindsay of Dunkeld). Continued after 1689 under the protection of the family of Breadalbane.
Cited on "List of Ministers who have not complied with the present Church Government", 1707. Ile was installed by the Min. of Kenmore (Rev. Alexander Comrie) as his vicar at Lawers. 8 Aug. 1714. on condition that he kept a register of all he did, and especially with respect to the clerk, the beadle, or the poor box: he. however appropriated all the fees due to them. He afterwards officiated at Turrich. d. Feb. 1729. marr. 22 Jan. 1683. Ann Campbell (bur. 25 Jan. 1730), dtr. of Duncan Campbell of Edramucky (she marr. (2) Angus McPherson. residing in Methven); issue:- James of Killiechassie, b. 29 Nov. 1683. d. 3 May 1718; Duncan of Blackhill. b. 21 Mar. 1688; Alexander of Clochfoldich. b. 29 Nov. 1689: Robert of Derculich. b. 6 Dec. 1704, d. 22 May 1767; Margaret: Ann: Catherine: Grizel (marr. coml. 21 Aug. 1723. Duncan Macarthur, s. of Patrick Macarthur of Inistrynich). (FES; Christie MSS)
[Scottish episcopal clergy, 1689-2000 By David M. Bertie p135]