The Doig Family Society

 

Official Doig Crest, Tartan and Motto

 

Yield Not to Adversity

Gaelic: Na gèill do chruaidh-chas

 

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Descendants of

Walter Dog or Doig

 

Linked family file DOIGK with spouse ancestry HERE.

 

First Generation

 

1. Walter Doig  was born about 1365 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The name Dog, or Doig, is derived from the Celtic "Gille Doc," or servant of Saint Cadoc or Cadog.

Kilmadock Parish in Perthshire was named for churches established there by the Saint, the seat of the

Dog family. The earliest reference to the family is a Dog who fought with Sir Walter Stewart at the battle of

Largs in 1263.

 

This earliest ancestor is not recorded elsewhere. It is thought he was named for Sir Walter Stewart.

 

A possible uncle, Alexander Dog or Doge was Vicar of Dunnychtyne (Dunnichen) in 1372. He later held

the position as Precentor or Chanter at Brechin. He died there by 3 May 1393. (REB, I, 20 in George F.

Black, "the Surnames of Scotland," New York: New York Public Library, 1946, page 213; and D.E.R.

Watts, "Fasti, Ecclesiae Scoticanae Medii Aevi at Annum 1638," Edinburgh: Smith & Ritchie, 1969, page

45.)

 

Walter had the following children:

 

+          2 M        i.  John Doig  was born about 1395.

              3 M        ii.  Sir Thomas Doig  was born about 1400 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died after 1478 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

He is probably the Thomas Doge who attended the University of Oxford in 1413-21. 

Listed Gussages, Michael, Dorset, Queen's College.  He was a "poor boy" at Queen's

College in 1413-1414.  He is listed in the Queen's College Long Rolls in 1415-6 and

1420-1 (UO).

 

Thomas was listed 8 Apr 1460 on the faculty of St. Andrews University, as "domini

Thome Dog," or Sir Thomas Dog (FSA).  By 1469 he was incorporated with the

University of Glasgow in the rectorship of Master William Arthurle.

 

Thomas became Prior of Inchmahome, a monastery in the Lake of Menteith, in 1469

(LM).  In December of 1477 his position was challenged, and Alexander Ruch became

prior by March of 1478 (LM). The following records are translations from the Latin,

recorded under Pope Paul II and Sixtus IV (ACSB):

 

On 10 Apr 1469 - Gaspar de Ricassulin of Florence, associate and agent of So. de

Paziis, had a bull under seal of Bishop of Feltre for Thomas Dog anent provision of

Priory of Inchmahome (St. Colmoci Insula), Dunblane diocese (£60 Stirling), and

promised to pay annates [Note: annates are payments made to the Pope on a six

month or annual basis, from the first fruits of income from an ecclesiastical position.]

and Quittance within six months or to restore bulls, etc. in meliori forma.

 

On 27 Feb 1470 - He paid 75 florins for annates by hands of So. de Paziis.  See Li xj

introits

 

On  1 Mar 1470 - For Thomas Dog, 75 florins (g.c.) for the annates of the Priory of

Inchmahome, Dunblane diocese ad exitum So. de Paziis. fl. lxxv.

 

On 27 Mar 1470 - Marcus.  Rome, per introitum et exitum, and for So. de Paziis in

deduction, etc., et primo.  From Thomas Dog 75 florins (g.c.) for annates of Priory of

monastery of Inchmahome, Dunblane diocese, to which he had made a mandate of

provision (£60 Stirling). [Margin: fl. lxxv.]  Reg. Mand. 841, 196v.

 

On 29 Mar 1470 - John Cawreis, Canon of Scone, O.S.A., St. Andrews diocese, for

annates of Priory of Inchmahome, said order, Dunblane diocese, void formerly by

resignation of a certain Gilbert de Camera, formerly Prior, in hands of the Ordinary. 

Mandate of provision to said John, citing a certain Thomas [Dog], intruder, and others,

Rome, 6 Kal. [24 Feb], anno 6.  He promised, etc., because intrusion narrated in said

bull.  18, lxxxvj.

 

On 26 July 1474 - A bull perinde valere for Thomas Dog, Canon of Inchmahome, O.S.A.

, Dunblane diocese, anent provision of Priory of monastery (£60 Stirling), void by death

of late John Carwers, collitgant, in ["altered from" outwith] Curia, with advocation and

extinction of suit, as by bull, Rome, 7 Kal. Nov. [26 Oct], anno 3.  Rendered at mandate

of mensarius because annates of Priory found to be paid by said Thomas, as in Li V.

Ann. Paul II, fo. 91.  23, ccxxviiij.

 

On 7 Nov 1475 - Alexander Ruch, Canon of Cambuskyn - neth, O.S.A., St. Andrews

diocese, principal, for annates of Priory of monastery of Inchmahome, accustomed to

be governed by a Prior, said order, Dunblane diocese (£75 Stirling), void by surreption

of apostolic letters formerly granted to Thomas Dos [Dog] anent said Priory, by

declaration to be made in partibus.  Mandate of provision with summoning of Thomas,

Rome, 14 Kal. Sept. [19 Aug], anno 3.  He promised to pay, etc. within six months from

date of possession.  Rendered at mandate, because said Thomas paid annates and

possesses.  See Lib. Ann. Paul, fo. 91.  24, xxiiij.

 

On 2 Jan 1478 - Peter Carolo of Florence, agent of So. de Paziis, in name of Walter

Vrummonde [Drummond], clerk, Dunblane diocese, for annates of Priory of

Inchmoqlbotinock [Inchmahome], Q.S.A. said diocese (£50 Stirling), to become void by

deprivation, outwith Curia, of Prior Thomas Dog.  Mandate of Commendation, Rome,

14 Kal. Jan. [19 Dec], anno 7. [left margin: see particular obligation made by So. de

 

Paziis to one year of presentation of mandate for obligation of said principal.] 26, cxxiiij.

 

A Coat of Arms was held by Sir Thomas Dog, as described by Moray S. Mackay, "

Doune Historical Notes," (Stirling: Forth Naturalist and Historian, 1953), p. 48: "What

has been taken to be the oldest of the [Dog] stones [Old Kilmadock Graveyard], and

the one on which the Christian name Thomas was deciphered fifty or more years ago,

is shaped like a quadrangular coffin lid, the foot being narrower than the head. It shows

a tall cross on a plinth of two steps with leaf-like ornament at the ends of the arms and

at the top. To the viewer's right of the cross there is a long sword, pointing downward,

with the guards of the hilt also pointing down. To the left, there is a dagger, less than

half the length of the sword, with curved guards. The inscription round the edge of the

stone is much worn, and has been the subject of many guesses in the past."

 

+          4 M       iii.  Patrick Doig  was born about 1405.

 

 

Second Generation

 

2. John Doig  (Walter) was born about 1395 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John Dog of yt Ilk registered a Coat of Arms in 1468 (Lord Lyon's records ref - FAL 224), described as:

Gules, a chevron Argent between two cinquefoils in chief Ermine and  a sword erect in base Argent. [A

similar Coat of Arms was continued by the Dogs of Ballengrew until the death of James Dog in 1685. The

lands then passed to James' daughter Elizabeth Dog, spouse of Hugh McFarlane of Keithtoune. A Coat

of Arms of the same derivation was used by the Dogs of Dunrobin and Gartincaber for about the same

period.] See article on Doig Coat of Arms HERE.

 

John's son Walter named his eldest son John after him.

 

John had the following children:

+          5 M        i.  Walter Doig Chamberlain of Menteith was born about 1420. He died in 1478.

 

4. Patrick Doig  (Walter) was born about 1405 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

[The link to father is uncertain.]

 

In 1472, Patrick Dog of Kranhe, in the forest of Platane [extending from Finhaven Castle, Oathlaw to

Kirriemuir], and Thomas Fyff of Cotzardis, became pledges to David Blare of Jurdanston for the church of

Mathy for five years, for annual payment of 80 merks ["Rental Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar-

Angus" ed. Rev. Charles Rogers (Edinburgh: M'Farlane & Erskine, 1879), 2 Volumes. (RB)].

 

At Pentacost 1472 the half of the grange of Kyncrech formerly let to Patrick Dog was let to John Curchet,

for payment of 8 merks, and 6 merks for gressume in the first year, with a dozen of capons, and 2 bolls of

horse corn, and other services [RB].

 

At the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin, 1490, it was agreed between the Abbot of Cupar and Patrick

Dog, sawyer, that the said Patrick with three servants shall saw, each working day, 14 draughts for each

saw; and the said Patrick with his companion shall receive on the seventh day five shillings, and the other

two thirty-two pence [RB].

 

Patrick had the following children:

               6 F         i.  Alice Doig  was born about 1435 in Scotland.

               7 M        ii.  Walter Doig  was born about 1440 in Scotland.

 

At Pentacost 1471, Walter was granted for five years the third part of the grange of

Kyncrech, which John Hawyk held, for an annual payment of 12 merks with two dozen

capons, and 4 bolls horse corn, with the usual services; he was to plant his gardens

with trees, ashes, osiers, and such; and if possible, he was to sow corn in that land, 2

bolls for each ploughgate of land, and to pay 12 merks for grassum within two years of

the contract date.  His father, Patrick, became surety ["Rental Book of the Cistercian

Abbey of Cupar-Angus" ed. Rev. Charles Rogers (Edinburgh: M'Farlane & Erskine,

1879), 2 Volumes. (RB)]

 

On 3 Nov 1478, David, the Abbot of Couper, granted a tack to Walter Dog of a quarter

of the lands of the Grange of Kyncrech on the south side of the burn, the property to be

his and his spouse's for life [RB].

 

Walter married Jonet. Jonet was born about 1444 in Scotland.

 

Possible son Andrew Dog born c. 1492 and had property in adjoining parish, Newtyle. See file JOHN1677.

 

 

Third Generation

 

5. Walter Doig Chamberlain of Menteith  (John, Walter) was born about 1420 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1478 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Walter Dog is first mentioned in the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland in 1460.  In 1463 he repaid the servants

that were keeping Doune Castle.  On 19 June 1467 Walter entered office as Chamberlain of Menteith,

Bulquhidder, Strathgartney, Drummond, and Duchray.  He was appointed (again) July 1471. In 1467

Walter was granted the grassum of Coldoch [A "grassum" is payment to a landlord by a tenant on

entering a farm.].

 

Walter married Elizabeth Nory  daughter of Alexander Nory. Elizabeth was born about 1424 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1490 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1480 the lands of Colloch (Coldoch) were let to Elizabeth Nory by her son Patrick.

 

 

Walter and Elizabeth had the following children:

+          8 M        i.  John Doig  was born about 1445. He died on 2 Apr 1502.

+          9 M        ii.  James Doig  was born about 1449. He died in 1526/1532.

             10 M       iii.  Walter Doig Jr.  was born about 1451 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 14 July 1488 the Mill of Cessuntully was let to Walter and his mother (ER).  In 1490

Walter was a tenant of the Mill of Cessintuly and Coldock Wester.  On 10 July 1491 he

had the lease of part of Coldoch Wester and the Mill of Cessuntully jointly with his

brother, James (ER).  On 22 Oct 1492 he leased Coldoch Wester to James Redheugh,

with the consent of Patrick and James Dog.

 

             11 M      iv.  Alexander Doig  was born about 1453 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

By 1491 Alexander was Canon of Inchmahome; he served under Prior Alexander Ruch

(Ruth, or Rough), who had ousted Prior Thomas Dog in 1478 (LM). On 3 Oct 1491 he

resigned his lands of Auchenbannow to his brother, James Dog (RMS).

 

             12 M       v.  Patrick Doig  was born about 1455 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1480 Patrick, tenant of Colloch (Coldoch), let his holdings to his mother, Elizabeth

Nory.  In 1486 and again 14 July 1488 Coldoch Wester was leased to Patrick and

Elizabeth Nory (ER).  On 22 Oct 1492 Coldoch Wester was leased to James Redheuch

with consent of Patrick, Walter, and James Dog (ER).

 

  

Fourth Generation

 

8. John Doig  (Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1445 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 2 Apr 1502 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1490 John was a tenant of the Mill of Cessintuly.  On 4 Jan 1495 he was tenant of Cessintully Mill,

Ernlaw and Kip (ER).  In 1502 his brother, James, consented to let Cessintully to John and his wife,

Margaret MacCalpy (ER). After his death, on 22 Apr 1505 part of Cessintully was let to his wife and son, Walter.

 

John married Margaret MacAlpine . Margaret was born about 1470 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in Jul 1546 in Murdochstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1508 Margaret was granted the lands of Ballengrew and Baldornock (ER).

 

Testament of Margaret MaKalpy.

This was a pre Reformation testament and so had a different layout and was in Latin, and also in very

small writing which was difficult to read, so much of it could not be made out.

It was the inventory and goods of the late Margaret Makalpy made at Murdochstoun on 9th July 1546

before these witnesses Donald Hardy, Alexander Dog and Sir Donald Makayrlds?  Knight

The agricultural inventory made £57 16 8

Sum of the debts owed by the deceased £51 7 6d With the debts taken from the goods £6 9 2d left.

She made her son Walter Dog and spouse Alexander Nory her executors.

 CC6/5/1 f308-9 Dunblane Testaments.

 

 

John and Margaret had the following children:

 

+        13 M        i.  Walter Doig of Ballingrew  was born about 1495. He died in 1569.

 

9. James Doig  (Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1449 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1526/1532 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1488 James was the King's servant (ER) as Groom of Wardrobe.  In 1489 he received clothing for the

King (AT).  In 1490 he carried money to the King (AT).  In 1494 he prepared for the Chancellor of

Denmark (AT).

 

On 11 Apr 1497 the accounts note at sum "giffen to Jame Dog to by fut ballis to the King," James IV. This

is the earliest reference to football, or soccer. The earliest surving football is from about 1540, discovered

in in 1981 in the roof structure of the Queen's Chamber, Stirling Castle. It is made from from leather and

pig's bladder, now displayed by the Smith Gallery in Stirling.

 

James was appointed Chamberlain of Menteith in May 1508 (ER), and from 5 July 1508, James (Jacobi)

was Chamberlain for two terms; he was at first joint Chamberlain with James Redheuch at Doune Castle.

 

On 10 July 1491 James leased part of Coldoch Wester, Cessintuly with the mill, Ernelaw and Kip, by the

permission of his brother, Walter (ER).  On 3 Oct 1491 he acquired the lands of Auchounbannow on

resignation of his brother, Alexander Dog, Canon of Inchmahome (RMS).  On 22 Oct 1492 he leased the

Mill of Cessintully jointly with his brother, Walter (ER).  On 7 May 1499 he was a tenant of Cessintully,

Coldoch Wester, Ernlaw, and Kip (ER).

 

In the Privy Seal, dated 20th May 1500 (pc8), a precept of confirmation to James Dog of the king's

chamber (James IV) confirming the charter made to him by Andro Smyth of his lands of Dunrobin lying in

the sheriffdom of Perth.

 

In 1502 James was tenant in Cessintully, Ernlaw, Coldoch Wester and Kip (ER).  In 1502 James let

Cessintully to John Dog, and his wife, Margaret MacCalpy (ER).

 

The last entry for James is in 1526 (ER).  He died between 1526 and 1532.

 

James married Margaret. Margaret was born about 1451 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+        14 M        i.  James Doig of Dunrobin  was born about 1480. He died in 1539/1540.

             15 M        ii.  Archibald Doig  was born about 1500 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

After the death of his brother, James, Archibald was appointed as tutor to his nephew,

Paul.  On 8 June 1567 he witnessed a deed written by Paul Dog of Dunrobyn (RD).

 

+        16 M       iii.  John Doig of Gartincaber  was born about 1511. He died before Oct 1558.

 

 

Fifth Generation

 

13. Walter Doig of Ballingrew  (John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1495 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1569 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 12 Mar 1529 Queen Margaret issued a precept addressed "to our luffit Walter Dog our mayr of fe

within our lordship of Menteith," and the same date another "to our lovittis Walter Dog, (and) Andrew Doin

our officiaris in that part."  [The Mair of Fee was an hereditary officer under the Crown, whose power

seems to have been similar to a Sheriff-substitute who hears legal cases.]  On 24 Oct 1535 a charter of

King James V confirmed a charter to Walter for the lands of Murdostoune, Ballengrew, Spittaltoun, and

Ballandornok (PS).  In 1541 Walter was an officer and sergeant of the lordship [Baronia de Cessintully]

clamit three mark land in Murdestoun, two mark in Ballingrew, land in Spittaltoun and land in Baldornock

(ER).  On 17 Jan 1564 Walter and his sons, Alexander, John, and Archibald were concerned in the case

of the slaughter of Dionis Doge (CD).  [Dionisius Dog received the chaplaincy of the Chapel of Christ's

Well in 1552 (RSS).]

 

On 17 Jan 1564 Walter, and his sons Alexander, John and Archibald were concerned in the case of the

slaughter of Dionis Doge (CD). Dionis is presumed the son of Walter.

 

Recorded 17 Jan 1564 at Edinburgh: Contract between the Muschetts and the Dogs at Edinburgh the xvij

day of January the year of God jaiiv + 6iiij years it is appointed contracted and finally agreed betwixt the

Honorable Persons underwritten that is to say James Muschet of Polgaif as Principal and James Stirling

of Keir as cautioner and for to and take the burden upon him for the said James Muschet his kin friends

always and particular to the effect underwritten on the one hand and Walter Dog of Ballengrew,

Alexander Dog, John Archibald Dogs his sons for themselves and taking the burden upon them for their

kin on the other part in manner and effects as after follows - That is to say the said James Muschet as

Principal and the said James Stirling of Keir as cautioner and taking the burden upon as said is shall

content pay and deliver and if it should happen the foresaid John Muschet, John Morrison and James

Morrison of any of them and to depart forth of this realm of Scotland believes this and the future day of

fastness even and does happen forth of the same in the meantime happens to return themselves when

this realm or any heirs thereof withal letters of consent of the said Walter Dog and his sons foresaid held

and oblished in ant as said is to that effect in that all they or any of them not departing or returning again

with leave as above it given or any of the two causes that in any of them find as said as the said James

Muschet and James Stirling of Keir as cautioner and taken burden as said is and each of them conjointly

and severely bind and oblige them to thankfully contend and pay to the said Walter Dog and his sons and

dochters foresaid the sum of 500 merks money forsaid in further satisfaction and appeasement for the

said slaughter [of Dionis Doge] with six days after the fault or failure above written as any of them be

sufficiently proven and sicklike the said James Muschet and as many of the accomplices of the said

slaughter as shall find at expedient by friends shall within 12 days nearest the date hereof compeer in the

Burgh of Stirling and so such homage and honour to the said Walter Dog his sonds and friends as shall

be through expediently the said friends. Signed James Stirling, James Muschet, Walter Dog, Alexander

Dog, John Dog, and Archibald Dog. [Record of Deeds from 28 June 1564 to 2 Jan 1567, Vol. 7, folio 91]

 

It appears that Dionis Doge, probably a son of Walter, was killed by John Muschet, John Morrison and

James Morrison. The contract is to assign damages and to avoid a feud.

 

Walter died about 1569, as his son, Alexander, was granted a sasine to Ballingrew in that year.

 

Walter had the following children:

 

+        17 M        i.  Alexander Doig of Ballingrew  was born about 1523. He died in 1583/1588.

             18 M        ii.  John Doig  was born about 1525 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died after 1564 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 17 Jan 1564 John, his father, Walter, and his brothers, Alexander and Archibald

were concerned in the case of the slaughter of Dionis Doge (CD).  On 2 Mar 1565/6 a

remission was granted to John and his brothers, Alexander in Murdochston and

Archibald, for communicating with the rebels (PS).

 

             19 M       iii.  Archibald Doig  was born about 1527 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1564/1576 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 17 Jan 1564 Archibald, his father, Walter, and his brothers, Alexander and John

were concerned in the case of the slaughter of Dionis Doge (CD).  On 2 Mar 1566 a

remission was granted to Archibald and his brothers, Alexander in Murdochston and

John, for communicating with the rebels (PS).

 

 On 13 Apr 1576 there is a reference to Archibald Dog, son of Walter Dog, deceased in

Ballingrew (RSS).

 

             20 M      iv.  Dionis Doig  was born about 1530 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1563 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Murdered by John Muschet, John Morrison and James Morrison.

 

 

14. James Doig of Dunrobin  (James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1480 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1539/1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1505 James and his wife, Agnes, leased half of the Mill of Cessintully and Wester Coldoch (ER).  On 4

May 1508 he leased half the lands of the Mill of Cessintully and part of Middle and Wester Coldoch (ER).

On 7 July 1528 James Dog Junior was granted the lands of Ballechragan and Gartincaber (RMS). On 3

Apr 1532 a precept of sasine was recorded at Stirling for the Lands of Severtie were granted to him (RMS)

. On 29 July 1635 he granted the lands of Ballecraggan, Aggleschechinauch, Gartincaber and other lands

to his brother, John (RMS). On 8 Feb 1536 James Dog Senior and his wife Agnes Hamilton were given

feuferme of Easter and Middle Coldoch, Kip and Cessintully, lands which James occupied (RMS, PS). On

16 Jan 1539 was a confirmation to James and Agnes Dog of the lands of Dunrobyn and Auchinbannow

(RMS).

 

James was keeper of Queen Margaret's wardrobe at Doune Castle.  William Dunbar (c.1460-c.1521), the

poet, celebrated James in "The Wardraipper of Venus Boure," thus:

 

Quhen that I speik till him frendlyk

He barkis lyk ane midding tyk,

War chassand cattell throu a bog:

 

Madam, ye heff a dangerous Dog!

 

Complete text plus a politic poem of apology:

 

OF JAMES DOG, KEPAR OF THE QUENIS WARDROP _To the Quene_ THE WARDRAIPPER of Venus

boure, To giff a doublett he is als doure, As it war off ane futt syd frog: Madame, ye heff a dangerous Dog!

Quhen that I schawe to him your markis, He turnis to me again and barkis, As he war wirriand ane hog:

Madam; ye heff a dangerous Dog! Quhen that I schawe to him your wrytin, He girnis that I am red for

bytin; I wald he had ane havye clog: Madame, ye heff ane dangerous Dog! Quhen that I speik till him

freindlyk, He barkis lyk ane midding tyk, War chassand cattell throu a bog: Madam, ye heff a dangerous

Dog! He is ane mastive, mekle of mycht, To keip your wardroippe ouer nycht Fra the grytt Sowdan Gog-

ma-gog: Madam, ye heff a dangerous Dog! He is owre mekle to be your messan, Madame, I red you get

a less ane, His gang garris all your chalmeris schog: Madam, ye heff a dangerous Dog!

 

OF THE SAME JAMES, QUHEN HE HAD PLESETT HIM O GRACIOUS Princes, guid and fair, Do weill

to James your Wardraipair; Quhais faythfull bruder maist freind I am: He is na Dog; he is a Lam. Thocht I

in ballet did with him bourde, In malice spack I nevir ane woord, Bot all, my Dame, to do your gam: He is

na Dog; he is a Lam. Your Hienes can nocht gett ane meter To keip your wardrope, nor discreter To rewle

your robbis and dres the sam: He is na Dog; he is a Lam. The wyff that he had in his innis, That with the

taingis wald braek his schinnis, I wald schou drownet war in a dam: He is na Dog; he is a Lam. The wyff

that wald him kuckald mak, I wald schou war, bayth syd and back, Weill batteret with ane barrou tram: He

is na Dog; he is ane Lam. He hes sa weill doin me obey In till all thing, thairfoir I pray That nevir dolour

mak him dram: He is na Dog; he is a Lam.

 

To James Dog, quhilk he laid doun for claith to be wippes to Johne Balfouris sair leg quhilk the king helit ij

s. viij d.; 1504 Treas. Acc. II 465.

To oure lovitt servitour James Dog … the warde of all landis [etc.]; 1523 Reg. Privy S. I 490/1.

 

On 8 Aug 1538 David Shaw, Hucheoun Wallace, and George Dreghorne were indicted at Linlithgow for

the slaughter of the Laird of Lany and mutilation of James Dog (PS).  James recorded his will on 8 Feb

1536 and again 16 Jan 1539 at Linlithgow. In 1540 his son James became Seneschal of Menteith,

heritably (AT).  His will was recorded again in Edinburgh on 5 Dec 1542 (PS, RMS).

 

James married Agnes Hamilton . Agnes was born about 1484 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        21 M        i.  Capt. James Doig of Dunrobin  was born about 1506. He died on 22 Dec 1555.

 

16. John Doig of Gartincaber  (James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1511 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before Oct 1558 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 29 July 1535 John was granted Ballecraggan, Aggleschechinauch, Gartincaber, and other lands by

his brother, James (RMS, PS). On 28 Feb 1540 John recorded lands in Severy (PS).  In 1541 he claimed

lands in Cestintuly, possibly on the death of his father, James Dog.  On 6 Nov 1541, John was granted for

ten years the lordship and lands of Balquhidder in security of tocher [marriage portion] upon his marriage

 to Helen Stewart.

 

John married Helen Stewart of Baldorran  daughter of Walter Stewart 3rd of Baldorran and Euphemia Reideugh on 8 Nov 1536 in Scotland. Helen was born about 1515 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1572 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        22 M        i.  John Doig  was born about 1538. He died in 1572.

+        23 M        ii.  James Doig of Gartincaber  was born about 1540. He died in Oct 1588.

+        24 M       iii.  Andrew Doig Tutor of Gartincaber  was born about 1542. He died in Jun 1594.

             25 F       iv.  Catherine Doig  was born about 1544 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

Sixth Generation

 

17. Alexander Doig of Ballingrew  (Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1523 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1583/1588 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1559 there is a notice of Alexander Dog in Murdieston.

 

Item a ronounciation be way of instrument be Alxr Dog in Indorstan of ane rent of 1b bolls of victuall yearly

out of the third part of the lands of Coldoch with the pertinonts dated 9th November 1563, Nicoll

Robertson Notar [Invantory of Drummond Writs 1, the Writs of Burnbank, page 186, 48/5].

 

On 31 Oct 1569 Alexander recorded a sasine at Edinburgh, to the lands of Ballingrew and Spittleton (ER). 

On 17 Jan 1564 Alexander, his father, Walter, and his brothers, John and Archibald were concerned in

the case of the slaughter of Dionis Doge (CD).  On 2 Mar 1565/6 a remission was granted to Alexander in

Murdochston and his brothers, John and Archibald, for communicating with the rebels (PS).  On 2 Nov

1575 a charter in favor of Alexander Dog of Ballingrew and his daughter, Margaret (Cardross Writs).  On

13 Apr 1576 a reference to Alexander Dog of Ballingrew with son James (RSS).

 

Recorded at Stirling on 31 Mar 1583 (Kirk): "Margaret Moir: The quhilk day are summondis be and

producit dealie execute and indorsit upone Margaret Moir, parrochinnar of Kilmadock, chairgeing hir to

compeir the said day to heir and se tryell tane anent the fathair of ane bairne [child], qu hair of the said

Margaret is lichter, and to underly disciplein accroding to hir demereittis under the paine of disobedience,

and als chairgeand James Dog, Walter Dog, sonnis to Alexander Dog and Cristane Gourlay, maid wyf, to

have compeirit the said day to beir lell and suithfast witnessing in the said mater in safar as thai knaw or

salbe speirit at thame, ilk persone under the paine of disobedience, compereitit the said Margaret Moir

personallie and grantis hir lichter of ane [blank] or thairby and, being requyrit to delair quha is the father

thairof, denyit that scho knew ony fathir thairto and that scho erplie admonesit to declair git scho hade

ever carnall dell with ony mane ansurit negativelie, except that Johnne McIlhois in the Strath of Mentayth

hade ainis carnall dell with hir againis hir will in the harvest feild at the letter lady day in harvest, viz., the

 

viij day of September last [7 Sept 1582] or thairby, bot denyit simpliater that he was the father of her

bairne becus he hade nevir carnall dell with hir at na uther tyme quhilk scho knew.  The said James Dog,

Walter Dog and Cristane Gourlay, witnessis, being oft timis callit compeirit nockt. Thairfor the bretherein

ordanis thame to be summond litteratorie to the effect foirsaid under the paine of excommunicatioun and

contrivewis farther examination of the said Margaret Moir quhill the bretherien tak farther tyrell thairaneat

underwayis."

 

Alexander married Christian Gourlay  about 1548 in Scotland. Christian was born about 1527 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        26 F         i.  Margaret Doig  was born about 1549. She died before 1632.

+        27 M        ii.  James Doig of Ballingrew  was born in 1551/1552. He died on 13 Apr 1620.

+        28 M       iii.  Walter Doig Portioner of Murdieston  was born in 1564/1565. He died in 1631.

 

21. Capt. James Doig of Dunrobin  (James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1506 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 22 Dec 1555 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

"1523, James Dogge, messenger from the Queen of Scotland, afterwards called Jamie Dog or Captain

Dogg" [From Lord Lyon's Workman's MS page 231.] James was appointed yeoman of the King's

wardrobe on 17 Sept 1524 (PS), and by 1527 Groom of Royal Wardrobe (TA).  On 8 Sept 1528 James

(Jacobus Jr.) witnessed a charter of Queen Margaret.  On 23 Sept 1528 he witnessed an agreement

between James Stewart, Captain of Doune Castle, and William Edmundstone of Duntreath.

 

In 1540 James became Seneschal of Menteith, heritably (AT).

 

In 1541 - "Clamit be James Dog in life rent of the quenis grace, pagand yeirlie xli maile, and ilk thre yeir xli

grassume, assiynit to him be hir in he fe, as he allegit...," etc.  James claimed lands of Ardinfinlay, of

Mylintoun of Cessintuly, and was tenant of Mill of Cessintuly, Nether and Middle Coldoch.  On 5 Dec 1542

the King granted the lands of Coldoch Easter and others to James; he was to build a mansion "cum

politia" (RMS).  Payment made to James (Jacobo) Dog in 1543 (ER).  In 1545 James was "ane of the

commissaris generale dispute" (AT).  On 25 Aug 1545 the King granted James, his personal servant,

lands in Kinghorn [Fife?].  On 6 Dec 1552 he was elected Commissioner of Levy for Menteith, "Commisar

for Menteith and boundis thairof" (PS).

 

Noted in a letter dated 20 Apr 1543, Edinburgh, from Arran, as governor, to Christian III expressing the

fear that England thinks of reducing Scotland, and seeking facilities for his servant James Dog, who goes

to Denmark for muntions and supplies. ["The Letters of James V" Robert Kerr Hannay, HMSO, Edin. 1954,

page 302.] James may be the origin of the Doigs in Denmark - see file PETE1630.

 

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"... the fortifications had not been made effective, for the invaders were several times invested in Broughty

and interrupted in their possission of Dundee. In April [1548] the Bishop of Dunkeld with a considerable

 

force attacked the Castle. In June, the place was bombarded by the French galleys which brought to

Scotland a considerable Levy of French and German auxilliaries; and subsequently, it was besieged and

unsuccessfully assaulted by a force under John Charteris of Kinfauns. Toward the end of October the

English, then having few enemies to resist them, again assailed the entered the town both by sea and

land with a considerable body of troops; their intention being to complete the defences so as to enable

them to hold it. The contingent which landed from the ships was vigorously but ineffectively opposed by a

bank of inhabitants led by Captain James Dog, a burgess who afterwards for a shor time, filled the office

of Provost. The other forces which came by land from Broughty, 'being betwix sixteen and seventeen

hundred lances, both foot and horse,' met with no considerable opposition."

"Shortly after the English left the Tay, Captain James Dog, who had led a band of burghers against the

enemy at the last occupation of the town, assumed the position of Provost, and held it until September

[1551], when the policy and order of the burgh was re-establishe by the election of a regular Council.

James Haliburton, tutor of Pitcur, was placed at the head of it, and occupied the office of Provost with so

much acceptance that he was continuously appointed thereto for thirty-four years, except during 1555-6,

when he was superseded for rebellion." [Maxwell, Alexander, "Old Dundee, Ecclesiastical, Burghal, and

Social, Prior to the Reformation" (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1891), page 110, 114.]

 

"Now at the beginning of November 1548, Dundee was assaulted by troops landed from the ships and

supported by Luttrell's force from the forts. The town was taken, but when the english had fallen to

plundering, James Dog, at the head of a number of townsmen, attacked them, killing thirty of the English,

amoung whom was Luttrell's brother, and drove them out of the city. Next day, a stronger force being

landed, the town was recaptured. [Malcolm, J., "The Parish of Monifieth" (Edinburgh: Green & Sons, 1910)

, page 46.]

 

"On Wednesday last the ships lying in the Tay landed some men, and with aid from Sir John Luttrell

entered Dundee, expulsing the townsmen. The soldiers fell to spoil, and Jame Dog with his band and

some countrymen, fell on them scattered, drove them out, and slew 30, one Sir John Luttrell's brother.

Yesterday morning more ships arrived, landed men, and retook the town, and keep it with the fort on the

hill above, where Jame Dog and his men lay, and some say he and most of his men are slain or taken."

[Letter dated 11 Nov 1548 from Wylford to Somerset: From Calendar of Scottish Papers, Calendar of the

State Papers, Relating to Scotland and Mary Queen of Scots, 1547/1603, edited by Joseph Bain, Vol 1,

1547/1563, page 167, Edw. VI, Nov. 11, 1548, 332 Wylford to Somerset, 3 pages holograph, addressed,

indorsed.]

 

Dogge James - his, advice against St Colme's Inch (8th Oct 1547) 24; Captain James - to siege St

Colme's (Oct 1547) 34; commands 700 men (2nd Nov) 37; attack by, on grasscutters from Haddington

repulsed (13th July) 146; in watch for sallies 160; expels English from Dundee (7th Nov 1548) 167;

attacked outside, and reported slain or taken (8th). [Calendars of Scottish Papers, Vol. 1, 1547/1563,

National Library of Scotland. H.M.G.R.H. 1898 - Index page 729.]

 

James Dog of Dunrobbene was Provost of Dundee in 1550, followed by James Halyburton from 1551 to

1565. [List of Baillies, Provosts, and Lord Provosts of the Burgh of Dundee, from 1286 to the present.]

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James Dog of Dunrobin died 22 Dec 1555 (Service to Heirs, Film #0121260). In 1556 Alexander Dog,

[served privilege] for services done at Perth with Provost Haliburton [who succeeded James as Provost of

Dundee] (Lockit Book of Dundee).

 

 

James married Margaret Stratherne . Margaret was born about 1510 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Margaret was widowed by Thomas Ramsay.

  

James and Margaret had the following children:

 

             29 M        i.  James Doig  was born about 1531 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1613 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James listed on family charts by Alexander Deuchar. Succeeded by son Paul in 1613.

 

             30 F         ii.  Catherine Doig  was born about 1533 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             31 M       iii.  John Doig  was born about 1535 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+        32 M      iv.  Paul Doig of Dunrobin  was born about 1538. He died in 1618/1626.

             33 M       v.  Alexander Doig  was born about 1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

22. John Doig  (John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1538 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1572 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 10 Sept 1558 a sasine to Gartincaber was recorded at Edinburgh after the death of his father. John

died about 1572, as his brother was given sasine to Gartincaber in that year.

 Had son Robert.  Son John supposed as John Dog in Gartincaber, who died in 1601.

  

John had the following children:

             34 M        i.  John Doig in Gartincaber  was born about 1564 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Sep 1601 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following link is not certain.

 

The testament testementar of Johne Dog in Gartincaber was recorded 18 May 1603 at

the Dunblane Commissariot Court: Testament John Dog in Gartincaber died Sept 1601

given up by himself & by Elizaeth Lounie his spouse and executrix sum of inventory

IIIxx Xii to a Xs. £72-10. Debts due him by Janet Buchanan relict of Andrew Wright at

Arnpryor, Jean Erskine relict of Alexander Framster? of Garden, John Cornwall feuar of

Buchan all for aqua vitae (so he appears to have been a distiller) Sume owing to him

£12. Debt due by him to David Muschet Portioner of Murdeston the gudman of

Gartincaber ... rent. This appears equivalent to land by a will dated 1601 leaving

Elizabeth Lowne his spouse only executrix. Overseers James Dog of Gartincaber,

James Dog of Ballingrew, and Walter Dog Portioner of Murdeston. If Elizabeth marry or

deflour? her widowhood, left bairnes [children] not named. James Dog of Gartincater is

a witness. David Muschet of Calziechat cautioner.

 

 

John married Elizabeth Lounie . Elizabeth was born about 1568 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

35 M        ii.  Robert Doig  was born about 1566 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Robert is mentioned in the will of his uncle, James Dog in 1588 (CC8/8/21).

 

 

23. James Doig of Gartincaber  (John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Oct 1588 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1572 James was heir to his brother, John, and given sasine to Gartincaber (ER).  In 1575 he recorded

lands belonging to him in Gartincaber.

 

James recorded his testament on 20 Sept 1588; James Dog of Ballingrew (E013) was witness; he died in

Oct 1588 (CC8/8/21); his testament was recorded 17 Dec 1589 in the Commissariat of Edinburgh:

Testament testamentar.  He died in October 1588, and his testament was given up by himself at his

dwelling house at Gartincaber 20th September 1588, before these witneses (severall and James Dog of

Ballingraw and Archibald Dog).

There was a long agricultural Inventory amounting to £871 3 4d

Debts awand to the dead no Dog debts.  Sum £130 13 8d

Sum of the Inventar and debts £1001 16 2d

Debts awin be the dead.

Item to Katherine Dog sister to the said defunct £21.6.8d Item to Robert Dog his brothersone of borrowit

money £40.  Item awin to Jon Dog £4 .... Item awin to Andro Dog his brother of Lent money £32 ....

Sum of Debts awin be the dead £274 13 4d

Rest of frie geir debts deducit £727 3 4d

To be dividit in thrie parts deids part is £242 7 9d

Quhairof the quota for £6

 

The Deids legacie and Latter Will. 20th September 1588 I the said James being haill in mynd bot seik in

bodie nominate and constitute Marjorie Graham my spouse my onlie executrix.... Item he leaves his part

of the goods and geir abovewritten equallie among James Dog Beatrix Elizabeth Jonet John Kathrine and

Margaret Dogs his bairnes.

Edinburgh Commissariot CC8/8/21

 

James married Marjorie Graham . Marjorie was born about 1551 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died after 1627 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Renunciation of Marjorie Graham to James Dog of Gartincaber; Registered 25th May 1627.

“Me Marjorie Graham relict of umquhil William Halden for certain soumes of money reallie and with effect ..

. payit and deliverit to me by my well belovit son James Dog now of Gartincaber, for certain gratitudes” etc.

.. she renounces the liferent rights to the lands of Eglisrevinstoun (?unclear) Ballechragan and

Ballecaischie, which had been given to her in conjunct fee and liferent by the late James Dog of

Gartincaber his father, in stewartry of Menteith and sheriffdom of Perth.

These presents written by David Dog of Ballingrew at Gartincaber 8th May 1627 before these witnesses

George Graham in the Tar of Ruskie, James Dickie in McRiestoun Robert Mushet merchant in Spitteltoun.

[General Register of Sasines RS1/21/147]

  

James and Marjorie had the following children:

 

+        36 F         i.  Marion Doig  was born about 1565. She died in Jun 1613.

             37 M        ii.  John Doig of Gartincaber  was born about 1567 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1595 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1589 John recorded a sasine to Gartincaber, Aglischennoch, Ballichraggane, and

Ballicaiis (ER). John died about 1595, as his brother, James was heir in that year (ER).

 

+        38 M       iii.  Sir James Doig of Gartincaber  was born about 1569. He died in 1630.

             39 F       iv.  Beatrix Doig  was born about 1571 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             40 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig  was born about 1573 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             41 F       vi.  Janet Doig  was born about 1575 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             42 F       vii.  Catherine Doig  was born about 1577 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             43 F      viii.  Jean Doig  was born about 1579 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1588 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Jeane is not listed in her father's testament and must have been deceased by 1588.

 

             44 F       ix.  Margaret Doig  was born about 1581 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following link is not certain.

 

Margaret married John Monteith  on 8 Jul 1624 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. John was born about 1581 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

24. Andrew Doig Tutor of Gartincaber  (John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1542 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Jun 1594 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Andrew died in June 1594 (CC8/8/27), and his testament was recorded 23 Dec 1594 in the Commissariat

of Edinburgh:

Testament dative. Andrew Dog, Tutor of Gartincaber, died in June 1594, his testament was given up by

Agnes Balfour his spouse in name and behalf of Davathe Doge onlie lawful barne and air executor

decernit therefore to the said umquil father be decreit of the Commissar of Edinburgh dated 10th

December 1594.

Agricultural inventar with utencils and domicils £722 16 8d Debts awand to the dead.

Be Paul Dog of Dunrobin of lent sylver?and other furneshing £23 6 8d Also he owed rent for the year 1592

-3 .... Item be the said executor with the goods and geir of umquhill James Dog of Gartincaber 100 merks

Sum of the debts owed to the dead by John Balfour of McKenston £347 13 4d

The inventar and debts £1,070 10s

Sum of the debts awand by the dead £70 13 4d (No Dogs or Mushets)

Rest of Free geir with debts deductit £999 7 6d To be divided in 3 parts

 

Andrew married Agnes Balfour . Agnes was born about 1546 in Of Kilmadock, Perth,

 

They had the following children:

             45 M        i.  David Doig  was born about 1569 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

Seventh Generation

 

26. Margaret Doig  (Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1549 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1632 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 2 Nov 1575 a charter in favor of Margaret and her father (Cardross Writs).

 

[The link to spouse is not certain to be this Margaret Dog.]

 

Margaret married John Aissone . John was born about 1547 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He died after 1632.

 

John was the Minister in Kincardine. On 12 May 1616 he witnessed the testament of James Mushet in the

Vaird of Tolgarth.

 

John and Margaret had the following children:

             46 F         i.  Margaret Aissone  was born about 1580 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1632 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Margaret's testament was recorded 5 Oct 1632 in the Dunblane Commissary Court.

She was listed as the lawful daughter to Mr. John Aissone, minister at Kincardine, and

umquhile [deceased] Margaret Dog, his spouse. [Original Page 1, Page 2.]

 

 

27. James Doig of Ballingrew  (Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1551/1552 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 13 Apr 1620 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 20 Sept 1588 James was witness to the testament of James Dog of Gartincaber (CC8/8/21).  In 1593

he received a contract as Mair of Fie of the Lordship of Menteith (PS).  On 1 June 1594 he was granted

the heritable office of Marischal of Fie within the Lordship of Menteith (MCB).  In 1595 James recorded a

sasine to Agglieschynnauch and Ballecrgane.  In Feb 1596 James was infeft in Ballingrew (MCB).  In

1597 a payment is recorded to James.

 

On 9 and 15 Nov 1605 a charter in favor of James Dog of Ballingrew and Katherine Dow his wife of

Cessintullie alias M'Creistoun.  This was a charter by William Muschett of Wester Spitteltoun, whereby he

sold to James Dog, the King's servant and Katherine Dow, his spouse, the twenty shilling land of old

extent of Cessintullie otherwise called McCreistoun, in the lordship of Menteith and sheriffdom of Perth, to

be held by the said James and Katherine in conjunct fee and their heirs male procreated between them,

whom failing the senior heirs female without division. [Register of the Great Seal]

 

On 4 and 9 Aug 1613 a charter in favor of James, Katherine, and James, their eldest son and heir. James

Dog and Katherine Dow are given the 20/- land of McCreistoun in life rent while their eldest son, James

Dog, is given the lands in fee.  This time it is given by David Muschett of Calyechat, and is dated 4,5 9th

August 1613 at Stirling, Ballingrew and Brigend of Doun.  At the bottom the words ‘de novo dedit’, shows

that it was a renewal of an existing charter, possibly because there was new superior. [Register of the

Great Seal]

 

James is mentioned again in 1608.  On 6 May 1617 James was listed as occupying Ballingrew and

portions of Mackrieston (RET).

 

SRO Gifts and Deposits [GD 61/34]

No date. Disposition by William Muschett of Wester Spitteltoun with consent of Agnes Stewart his wife

and 3 others to James Dog of Ballangrew and Catherine Dow his spouse, of lands of Cessintullie alias

Makcreistown, sheriffdom of Perth.

 

James died 13 Apr 1620, and his testament was recorded at Dunblane Commissariat on 8 July 1620

(CC6/5/5).  He was buried in the Old Kilmadock Graveyard.  His grave stone reads: HEIR LYS IAMES

DOG ELDER OF BALLINGREW MAIR OF FIE AND CHALMERLAN OF MENTEITH WHA DECEISIT

THE 13 OF APRYLL 1620 AE TATIS SVAE 68.  MEMENTO MORI around skull.  Shield with sword and

dagger.

 

Testament of James Dog of Ballangrew confirmed 8 July 1620. [Commissariot of Dunblane CC6/5/5]

The testament dative and inventar of the guids geir sowmes of money and others pertaining to umquhil

James Dog of Ballangrew who deceast upon the 13th day of April last by past ... 1620 ... faithfully made

and given up be Kathrenne Dow his relict spouse in names and behalfe of Haye and Lewis Dogis their

lawful bairnes and executrix dative decerned.

There was an Agricultural Inventory of cows sheep corn and a horse worth £693 13/4d

Debts owing by the dead: The Feu duties of Ballangrew feu duties to the Earl of Menteith and corn duties

etc. worth in all £96 16/lld.  Rest of frie geir dets deductit £596 16 6d To be devyddit into 3 parts.  Deads

part is £198 18/-

Cautioner is James Dog appeirand of Ballingrew.

 

Note: It is presumed that sons referenced in the testament Haye Dogis is James and Lewis Dogis is

David, perhaps middle or affectionate names. Deuchar also lists sons Thomas (witness in 1627) and

Henry Dog in Ballingrew in 1625; however there were only two sons listed in the 1620 testament.

 

James married Catherine Dow . Catherine was born about 1570 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        47 M        i.  James Doig of Ballingrew  was born about 1595. He died in Jun 1624.

+        48 M        ii.  David Doig of Ballingrew  was born about 1598. He died before 28 Dec 1697.

 

28. Walter Doig Portioner of Murdieston  (Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1564/1565 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1631 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1575 Walter received lands in Ballingrew.  In 1597 Walter recorded a composition (adjustment of a

debt), paid £10, for lands of Murdostoune.  On 30 June 1597 he was a writer (scribe) on a contract

between the Earl of Atholl and Mr. Mackintosh. On 6 May 1617 Walter was listed as joint occupant with

James Dog of Murdieston Farm (RET).

 

Walter probably died in 1631, and he was buried in the Old Kilmadock Graveyard.  His grave stone is

partially damaged, but reads: HEIR ..[name missing] (POR)TIONAR OF MVRDOSTONE VHA DIET THE

2 OF ... OF GO.. 1631 A.. OF HIS ...GE TH.. 66.  MEMENTO MORI around skull.  Shield with sword and

dagger.  Initials WD (Walter Dog) and EB (Elizabeth Buchanan). On 5 Dec 1633 there is reference to

Walter Dog, portioner of Murdochston and Thomas Dog in Murdochston (MCB).

 

Walter married Elizabeth Buchanan . Elizabeth was born about 1570 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The Deuchar family tradition was that Elizabeth was the niece (or grand niece) of George Buchanan.

 

Walter and Elizabeth had the following children:

 

+        49 M        i.  John Doig Portioner of Murdieston  was born about 1596. He died in 1647/1650.

 

32. Paul Doig of Dunrobin  (James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1538 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1618/1626 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul was a minor at the time of his brother James'  death on 22 Dec 1555 (PS).  At that time ward and

nonentry was granted to Thomas Graham of Boquhoppill with right of marriage of Paul (PS).  His uncle,

Archibald Dog, was appointed his tutor on 14 Aug 1557 (CD).

 

On 7 June 1565 Paul recorded at Edinburgh a sasine for lands of Easter (Nether) and Middle Coldoch,

Arfinley, and Cessintulye; these lands had been in the hands of the Queen for 8 years (ER).  In a

discharge dated 9 Apr 1567 by Mary Queen of Scots mentions "the miln and miln landis of Cessintully

pertaining to Paule Dog" which were assigned to James Stewart, Steward of Menteith.  On 8 June 1567

Paul wrote a deed that was witnessed by his uncle Archibald; the record mentions his sister, Katherine,

and brother, John (RD).  On 10 Jan 1572 he recorded at Leith a sasine to lands of Nether Coldoch,

belonging to Dunrobin, Auchinbanno and Severie.

 

References in the Privy Seal, vols.7&8, from 1576 to 1582, involving the Dogs of this area in a fight which

had caused the deaths of James Grahame, son of the deceased Thomas Grahame of Bowquhoppill, and

Robert Norie, son of James Norie in Bowquhoppill.  In no. 555, dated l0th April 1576 (pc5), their goods

were escheated [An escheat is reversion of property to the fee holder for failure of the heir.] to Sir James

Stewart of Doun, because they had not found surety to compear before the Justice at the tolbooth of

Edinburgh.  Apart from listing Paul Dog of Dunrobin, this gift also listed Archibald Dog son of the

deceased Walter Dog of Ballingrew.  But only 3 days later on 13 Apr 1576 (no.563 pc6) they were given a

respite of 3 months. This list is slightly different, because it mentions another Dog connected with

Ballingrew, namely James Dog son of Alexander Dog of Ballingrew, and Archibald Dog son of Walter Dog

 in Ballingrew. The year of the killings is also given, being 1575.

 

On 7 Apr 1590 Paul wrote a Charter for certain lands in favor of Dorothy Cunnynghame, lawful daughter

of Margaret Cunnynghame, Lady Craigans, now wife of his son, James (MCB).

 

James Stewart 3E Moray succeeded 1591/2 as a child following murder of father by Huntly 7/2/1592;

Curators: Lord St Colm; Sir Robert Crichton of Cluny; Paul Doig of Dunrobin. (Scots Peerage vi 319)

 

On 23 Dec 1592 Paull Dog of Dunrobin signed a contract as surety for 1000 merks in Easter Mugdock

(Smith).  On 5 Mar 1602 Paul signed a charter as curator of James Stewart, third Earl of Moray; he was

joint curator with Lord St. Colm and Sir Robert Crichton of Cluny; James Stewart was a minor, and at

odds with the Privy Council and feuding with his father's murderer, Huntly, and also with the Earl of Argyll. 

On 5 Apr 1604 a fee in life rent was granted to the lands of Coldoch Wester to Paul Dog of Dunrobin and

to James Dog, his son and heir apparent; witness was James Dog of Gartincaber (RMS).

 

On 8 Jul 1613 in Perth Paul retoured as heir to his father James Dog of Dunrobin (RET).

Paulus Dog de Dunrobene, haeres Jacobi Dog de Dunrobene, patris, -in terris de Coldoch-Eister alias

vocatis Nether Coldoch; -terris de Over Coldoch, alias, Middell Coldoch; -terris de Kep et Arnfinlay; -20

solidatis terrarum de Cessintullie; -E. 25l. 10 s. 11. &c. feudifirmae; -molendino de Cessintullie, terra

molendinaria, sequelis et multuris; -et specialiter astrictis multuris terrarum subscriptarum, viz. 20

mercatarum terrarum de Boquhoppillis, terrarum de Coldochis, terrarum de omnibus Frewis cum Varda

de Gwdy, et integrarum terrarum dominii de Cessintullie; -E. 24 Bollae farinae et 1 aper; -omnibus in

dominio de Cessintullie et senescallatu de Menteith. F. 72.

Translation: Paul dog of Dunrobin, heir of James Dog of Dunrobin, his father, - in the lands of Coldoch

Easter also called Nether Coldoch; - lands of Over Coldoch also called Middle Coldoch; - lands of Kip and

Arnefinlay; - 20 shillings worh of lands of Cessintully: -E 25 pounds 10 shillings and 11 pence etc. held in

fee simple: - the mill of Cessintully, the mill lands, and its many appurtenances [Or 'the mill-soken'], - and

especially the obligations of the many lands written below, that is, 20 merk land of Boquhapple, lands of

Coldoch, lands of all the Frews with the Varda and Goodie, and the complete lands of the lordship of

Cessintully: -E 24 bolls of flour and one boar: - all in the lordship of Cessintully and stewartry of Menteith.

 

On 7 June 1614 Paul received a charter of the lands of Coldoch Easter, Middle Coldoch, Kip, Arnefinlay,

and the Mill of Cessintullie, which had belonged to his father, James; his principal dwelling was at Easter

Coldoch; James was named his eldest son and heir apparent; witness was James Dog "meis nepote"

(MCB - RH11/54/1); on the same date a sasine to the same lands was given to Paul and his son, James;

witness was James Dog, eldest lawful son to the same James Dog (MCB); this charter was confirmed on

21 July 1615 (GS).

 

Paul married (1) Dorothy Buchanan . Dorothy was born about 1539 in Scotland. She died about 1574 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        50 M        i.  James Doig of Dunrobin  was born about 1564. He died in Feb 1634.

 

Paul married (2) Lady Margaret Cuninghame of Craigends  daughter of Sir William Cuninghame of Cuninghamhead. Margaret was born about 1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1618 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in 1618 in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Margaret's grave stone reads: HEIR ES MARGRATE CUNYGHAME LADY CRAIGENDES W...ESIESED

SPOVS TO PAVL DOG OF DVNROBIN 1618.  MEMENTO MORI around skull.  Shield with sword and

dagger.

 

Paul married (3) Agnes  in 1618 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Agnes was born about 1575 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Agnes is only mentioned in a sasine dated 18 Dec 1618. Presumably Paul married her after his second

wife died earlier that year.

 

 

36. Marion Doig  (James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1565 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in Jun 1613 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Marion is not listed in her father's will of 1588 and she may be linked to the wrong parents.

 

Marion Dog's testament, registered 25 Mar 1617 in the Dunblane Commissary Court (CC6/5/4):

The Testament dative of umquhile Marioun Dog spouse to David Muschet of Callichat who died June

1613. It was faithfully made and given up by the foresaid Davvid in name and behalf of Nicoll, Archibald

Helen Gelis Agnes and Joane Mushet executors dative decernit to the said umquhile Marioune their

mother's guids and geir. There was an agricultural inventory valued at £3,746 There wre no debts owing

to the dead. Debts owing by the dead - several, including one of the heirs and executors of umquhil

James Muschet in Vaird of Tolgairth £666 13' 4d, and to Robert Muschet in Tolgairth £400. Sum of the

debts £5,500. So the debts exceet the frie geir. Therefore no quota to pay. Jasperd Grahame of

Blanchasnochie was cautioner.

 

Marion married David Muschet of Calziechat  son of Sir George Muschet of Burnbank and Barbara Stirling. David was born about 1565 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        51 M        i.  Robert Muschet of Calziechat  was born about 1595. He died in 1682.

+        52 M        ii.  Nicoll Muschet .

             53 M       iii.  Paul Muschet .

             54 F       iv.  Helen Muschet  died in 1672 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Helen Musshett's testament dative was recorded 8 Feb 1672 in the Dunblane

Commissary Court (CC6/5/16).

 

Helen married Ninian Caddell  son of Ninian Caddell and Margaret Graham.

             55 F        v.  Gelis Muschet .

             56 F       vi.  Agnes Muschet .

             57 F       vii.  Joane Muschet .

+        58 M     viii.  Archibald Muschet  was born about 1612. He died in 1690.

 

38. Sir James Doig of Gartincaber  (James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1569 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1630 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1595 James was given sasine to Gartincaber (ER).

 

On 10 May 1595: (54) Maii 10. 1595. Jacobus Dog, hæres Joannis Dog, fratris, - in terries de Gartincaber:

- E. 8l. - Terris de Agglischechymueauch et Ballecragane, infra senescallatum de Menteith. - E. 15l. i.114

(RET). [James Dog, heir of John Dog, his brother, in the lands of Gartincaber: - E. 8 pounds - in the lands

of Agglischechymueauch and Ballycragan, in the stewartry of Menteith - E. 15 poungs.]

 

On 6 May 1617 James was listed as joint occupant with Walter Dog on Murdieston Farm (RET).

 

On 31 July 1624, Renunciation by James Dog of Gartincaber David Dog of Ballingrew to Stephen

Hendell? James Dog of Dunrobin & Dorothy Cunningham his spouse of annual rent in Cessintully.

Witness Paul Dog apparent of Dunrobin. And the same day, Sasine to James Dog of Gartincaber & David

Dog of Ballingrew of lands …[missing].

 

1625: Bond James Dog of Gartincaber and Elspeth Muschet his wife to John McTarvie in Ballashreime

and Cristian McGibbon his wife for 100 merks - contains a clause consenting to the Registration in the

Commissary Books of Dunblane, dated at Gartincaber 1625. Witnesses Robert Muschet feuar of

Caliechat and Walter Dog of Murdeston. Recorded 26 Feb 1636 in the Records of Deeds, Vol. 492.

 

1627: Renunciation by Robert Moir to James Dog of Gartincaber & Elizabeth Muschet his spouse,

recorded 27 June 1627 in the Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, folio 4.

 

James married Elizabeth Muschet . Elizabeth was born about 1562 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

 

+        59 M        i.  James Doig of Gartincaber  was born about 1584. He died after 1643.

+        60 F         ii.  Geills Doig  was born about 1586.

             61 F        iii.  Miss Doig  was born about 1590 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

She married James Dick (Deucher).  [Children by a James Dick, christened in

Kilmadock: James, 3 Feb 1628; Jhon, 24 Jan 1630; Janat, 27 Jan 1634; Jonet, 6 Feb

1642; Johne, 27 Feb 1642; James, 3 Mar 1644; Jonett, 3 Dec 1648.]

 

 

Eighth Generation

 

47. James Doig of Ballingrew  (James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1595 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Jun 1624 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James was a witness in 1624 and died without issue about June 1624 according to Deuchar. His brother,

David, was heir and retoured Ballingrew and Mackrieston on 6 Mar 1634 (RET).

 

James had the following children:

             62 F         i.  Elspet Doig  was born in 1623 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 7 Nov 1623 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Elspet is the first entry in the Kilmadock Old Parochial Record. She must have died as

an infant as her father's brother David inherited Ballengrew.

 

 

48. David Doig of Ballingrew  (James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1598 in Of Ballingrew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before 28 Dec 1697 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 31 July 1624, Renunciation by James Dog of Gartincaber David Dog of Ballingrew to Stephen

Hendell? James Dog of Dunrobin & Dorothy Cunningham his spouse of annual rent in Cessintully.

Witness Paul Dog apparent of Dunrobin. And the same day, Sasine to James Dog of Gartincaber & David

Dog of Ballingrew of lands …[missing].

 

1627: Sasine to David Dog of Ballengrew & Marieta daughter of James Dog of Gartincaber & and

Elizabeth Muschet his spouse - further spouse of David. Witness Henry Doig brother of David. Recorded

30 Mar 1627 in the Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, folio 4.

 

1627: Renunciation by David Dog of Ballengrew and Marion Dog his spouse to James Dog of

Gartincaber father in law of said David of an annual rent on Gartincaber granted to Marion as tocher

[dowry]. Witnesses Robert Musched of Calziechat and Thomas Dog brother to David. Recorded 27 Sept

1627 in the Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, folio 4.

 

David was witness to the christening of Jealls Dog on 1 Dec 1631.

 

David retoured as heir to his brother James and father for Ballingrew and Mackrieston on 6 Mar 1634

(RET).  On that date he requested to be served heir as Mair of Fie (MCB). Perth, Mar. 6 1634: David Dog

de Ballingrew, haeres Jacobi Dog de Ballingrew, patris, - in terris de Ballingrew extendentibus ad 50

solidatas terrarum antiqui extontus in senescallatu de Menteith: - E. 5/. et 5s.pro mart-silver. - 20 solidatis

terrarum de Mackreistone jacentibus ut supra. E. 53s, 7-1/2d. xiii.204. [David Dog of Ballingrew, heir of

James Dog of Ballingrew, his father, - in the lands of Ballingrew extending to 50 shillings' worth of lands of

ancient extent in the stewartry of Menteith: - E. 5 pounds and 5 shillings 'pro mart-silver'. - 20 shillings'

worth of lands of Mackrieston lying above. - e. 53 shillings, 7-1/2 pence.]

 

On the same day Mar. 6 1634: David Dog de Ballingrew, haeres Jacobi Dog de Ballingrew, fratris

 germani, - in 20 solidatis terrarum de Mackreistoun in senescallatu de Menteith. -E. 13s. et 4 bollae

faranae avenatieae. xiii. 204. [David Dog of Ballingrew, heir of James Dog of Ballingrew, his full brother, in

20 shillings' worth of lands of  Mackrieston in the stewartry of Menteith. - E. 13 shillings and 4 bolls (6

bushels) of ?flour and oats.]

 

In 1637 David was a defendant is a suit brought by John Dog for not utilizing the Mill of Cessintully.  He

was listed as David Dog of Ballingrew for Gartincaber, Ballingrew, and his part of Carstonne. In the Rent

Roll of 1660 he is listed as David Dog of Ballingrew for Gartincaber, Ballingres, and his part of Carstonne

with a value of £540.

 

In 1641 David Dog or Dogge of Ballingrew Commissioner of Supply for Perthshire. Paul Dog also

mentioned. [Printed Scotland, Vol. 5]

 

In June of 1650 David was one of "twelve honest men" selected to further the school at Logie.  Another of

the 12 was David Muschet of Callechat, husband to Marion Dog.  On 17 July 1650 he recorded a sasine.

David was the grantor on a deed recorded 20 Jan 1663 and grantee on deeds recorded 19 Feb 1663 and

6 July 1663.

 

On 17 Apr 1652 David Dog was a ruling elder of the church. He appears again in the minutes on 22 Nov

1652 and 11 June 1654. (Kilmadock Kirk Session)

 

From the General Service of 1710, we know that Elizabeth Dog's grandfather was David Dog, who was

therefore Paul Dog's father.  David was served heir to his father, in a special service, to the lands of

Ballengrew and Mackreistone, dated 6th March 1634.  On the Jury were 2 Dogs, James of Gartincaber

and Paul of Cessintullie, who being sworn, declared that the late James Dog of Ballengrew father of

David Dog now of Ballengrew bearer of these presents, died last vest and seised as of fee at peace and

faith of the late Sovereign Lord the King James 6th  ...in all and whole the lands of Ballingrew with

pertinents extending to 50/- land of old extent lying in the Stewartry of Menteith and sheriffdom of Perth

and the 20/- land of Mackriestone with pertinents belonging hereditarily to William Muschet of Spitteltoun

lying as above and that the said David Dog is the lawful and nearer heir of the said late James Dog his

father ... and that he is of lawful age.  Then it goes on about the valuation of both lands now and the feu

duty which is payable to the King each year at the two terms Pentecost and St Martins, as the feudal

superior.  On the entry of the heir the feu duty and augmentation were to be doubled.  Finally it ends up

by saying that these lands had been in the King's hands and his father’s (ie the King's father), by reason

of nonentry, since the death of the late James Dog who died in April 1621 [1620], and that was for a

space of about 13 years.  [Chancery C22/13/204]

 

David died by 1697. His grandson David Dog retoured as heir on 28 Dec 1697; he died in 1703. 

Elizabeth Dog  was heir general to her grandfather on 27 June 1710, recorded 18 July 1710.

 

David married Marion Doig  daughter of James Doig of Gartincaber on 8 Dec 1627 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Marion was born about 1602 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Marion's grandson David was listed as the great-grandson of Dog of Dunrobin, which would have made

her father James.

 

David and Marion had the following children:

 

+        63 M        i.  Paul Doig of Ballingrew  was born about 1630. He died in Jun 1685.

            64 M        ii.  John Doig  was born in 1633 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 24 Mar 1633 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Jhon's christening were ? and John Dog of Murdieston.

 

             65 M       iii.  David Doig  was born in 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Jul 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to David's christening were John Dog, Portioner of Murdieston, and James

Dog of Gartencaber.

 

+        66 F       iv.  Christian Doig  was born about 1640.

+        67 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1643. She died in 1689.

             68 M      vi.  John Doig  was born in 1647 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 7 Mar 1647 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

John married Mary Drummond .

 

49. John Doig Portioner of Murdieston  (Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1596 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1647/1650 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John was witness to the christening of his nephew Jhon Dog in 1633. John sasined as Portioner of

Murdochstoun, recorded 22 Oct 1636 in Perth.  In 1637 John, a portioner of Murdieston, was a defendant

in a suit brought by John Dog, for not utilizing the Mill of Cessintully.

 

John died by 1650; his son John retoured as heir on 5 Nov 1658 (RET).  [Deucher lists death as 1647.] 

His son John sasined his portion of Murdieston on 20 June 1650 and 17 July 1650 in Perth.

 

[A John Dog was christened 11 Nov 1629 in Alyth to John Dog that may be one of their children that died

young.  An unnamed boy was christened 24 Sept 1636 in Kilmadock that is presumed to be the John

known to be the son of John and Margaret.]

 

[More children may have been born between 1638 and 1641 where there is a gap in the parish record.]

 

John married Margaret Graham of Meiklewood  daughter of Walter Graham of Meiklewood and Margaret Muschet. Margaret was born about 1600 in Meiklewood, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scltoand.

 

Deuchar lists margaret both as the daughter of Walter Graham and Margaret Muschet and the daughter

of David Graham.

 

Margaret sasined a property on 4 Mar 1640 in Perth.

 

John and Margaret had the following children:

             69 F         i.  Elspet Doig  was born in 1627 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Apr 1627 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             70 F         ii.  Jealls Doig  was born in 1631 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 1 Dec 1631 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             71 F        iii.  Catherine Doig  was born in 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Mar 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+        72 M      iv.  John Doig  was born in 1636. He died in 1697.

             73 F        v.  Janet Doig  was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Janet and Jealls may be the same daughter.

 

             74 F       vi.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1642 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 30 Oct 1642 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             75 M      vii.  David Doig  was born in 1646 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Jul 1646 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

50. James Doig of Dunrobin  (Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1564 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Feb 1634 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 7 Apr 1590 his father, Paul, wrote a Charter for certain lands in favor of Dorothy Cunnynghame, lawful

daughter of Margaret Cunnynghame, Lady Craigends, now wife of his son, James (MCB).  Margaret

Cunnynghame was his father's wife.

 

On 7 June 1614 James received jointly with his father a charter of the lands of Coldoch Easter, Middle

Coldoch, Kip, Arnefinlay, and the Mill of Cessintullie, which had belonged to his grandfather, James; his

principal dwelling was at Easter Coldoch; witness was James Dog "meis nepote" (MCB - RH11/54/1); on

the same date a sasine to the same lands was given to James and his father; witness was James Dog,

eldest lawful son to the same James Dog (MCB); this charter was confirmed on 21 July 1615 (GS).  All

the evidents and writs of his lands were uplifted on 3 Oct 1629; John and Paul are listed as his sons

(MCB).  Son James was not mentioned as he died in 1619.  James Dog of Cessintullie was witness to the

christening of Jealls Dog on 1 Dec 1631.

 

On 19 Dec 1618 James Dog of Dunrobin, Dorothy Cunningham, his spouse, and Paul his father gave a

sasine to Walter Chisholm as proprietor. And on the same day another sasine to Walter Chisome

mentions Paul Dog and his wife Agnes, their son James Dog and his wife Dorothy Cunningham, and their

grandson James Dog son and heir. On 22 Jan 1619 a renunciation by Walter Chisholm or Chisome,

mentions Paul Dog of Dunrobin husband of deceased Janet Shaw and son James Dog, feuar of

Dunrobin. [Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book.]

 

On 29 May 1621, Renunciation by William Key merchant? In Broich to James Dog of Dunrobin of annual

rent ane arnfine.

 

On 31 July 1624, Renunciation by James Dog of Gartincaber David Dog of Ballingrew to Stephen

Hendell? James Dog of Dunrobin & Dorothy Cunningham his spouse of annual rent in Cessintully.

Witness Paul Dog apparent of Dunrobin. And the same day, Sasine to James Dog of Gartincaber & David

Dog of Ballingrew of lands …[missing].

 

On 28 Feb 1626, Renunciation by John Menteith to James Dog of Dunrobin son of deceased Paul Dog

his father. (Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 3)

 

On 27 Apr 1626, Sasine to Jannet Gow of part of Coldoch on renunciation ??? James Dog of Dunrobin &

Paul his eldest son. (Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 3)

 

On 24 Feb 1627, Sasine to John Menteith in Hamyhie? & Margaret Dog his spouse in lands of Kep

Arfinlay on a charter of annual rent from James Dog of Dunrobin & Paul Dog his oldest son. Witnesses

David Muschet of Calziechat, David Dog of Ballengrew, and John Dog son of James of Dunrobin.

Another said of ??? of Malcolm Chisholm son of deceased Alexander Chisholm Rector of Comrie to the

above. (Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 4)

 

On 5 Dec 1627, Renunciation to James Dog of Dunrobin son of Paul Dog of Dunrobin. (Particular

Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 4)

 

James, by his own hand on 11 Feb 1634, assigned the Mill of Cessintully to his son, John Dog, and his

heirs.  James died later in Feb 1634.

 

Recorded 13 Feb 1642: Contract of sale dated 22 Feb 1634 James Doge now of Cessentullie with the

consent of Paul Doge his eldest lawfull son states a former contract of sale between Paul Doge of

Dunrobin further to the said James Doig and Margaret [Dorothy?] Cunningham his wife to Andrew Wight

of part of the lands of Arnfinlay. Witnesses William Graham of Bolquhopple, James Dog of Gartincaber,

and John Dog brother of the said Paul. (General Register of Deeds, folio 545)

 

Renunciation Paul Doig & Janet Livingston his spouse to Thomas Nielson - annual rent from Carrick(?),

recorded June 1634 in the General Register of Sasines, Vol. 40, Folio 72.

 

Reg Mag Sig xi 1660-68 (Soc Gen)

#1013 Edinburgh 26 Jan 1667.  Charter in favour of the deceased Robert Tailyeor ... lands of

Auchinbannow ... by the deceased James Dog of Dunrobin with consent of the late Dorothy

Cunninghame his wife and the late Paul Dog his eldest son and heir apparent ... re a sasine of 29 Aug

1628 ... witnesses: the said James Dog and his wife, James Dog of Gartincaber, John Dog second son of

the granter, ..., David Dog of Ballangrew, ...

 

James married Dorothy Cunningham  daughter of Lord William Cuninghame 4th of Craigends and Lady Margaret Cuninghame of Craigends. Dorothy was born about 1565 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+        76 M        i.  Paul Doig  was born about 1588. He died before 1646.

            77 M        ii.  James Doig of Dunrobin  was born in 1590/1591 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 6 Jan 1619 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James' gravestone reads: HIC SITUS EST PIVS PRUDENS AC PROBUS IVVENIS

IACOBUS DOG F(ILIUS)

IACOBI DOG SENIORIS A DUNROBIN ....  MUS QVI 6 IAN AN 1619 .... DO RMIVIT. 

MEMENTO MORI in circle around skull.  Shield with D, sword and dagger.

 

 

             78 F        iii.  Margaret Doig  was born about 1593 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Sasine to Margaret Dog spouse of John Livingstone apparent of kirk land. Paul Dog her

brother as attorney of Cessentullie in annual rent on charter from James Dog of

Dunrobin. Witnesses David Muschet of Calziechat, Paul Dog apparent of Dunrobin,

Walter Graham of Meicklewood, James Muschet of Burnbank, Robert Muschet of

Calziechat, and John Dog son of James of Dunrobin. Recorded 19 Dec 1621 in

Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book.

 

On 24 Feb 1627, Sasine to John Menteith in Hamyhie? & Margaret Dog his spouse in

lands of Kep Arfinlay on a charter of annual rent from James Dog of Dunrobin & Paul

Dog his oldest son. Witnesses David Muschet of Calziechat, David Dog of Ballengrew,

and John Dog son of James of Dunrobin. Another said of ??? of Malcolm Chisholm son

of deceased Alexander Chisholm Rector of Comrie to the above. (Particular Register of

Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 4)

 

 

Margaret married John Livingstone  about 1621 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. John was born about 1589 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

+        79 M      iv.  John Doig of Cessintullie  was born about 1595.

 

51. Robert Muschet of Calziechat  (Marion Doig, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1595 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1682 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

He had the following children:

             80 M        i.  David Muschet of Calziechat  was born about 1620 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Service to Heirs: Muschet, David, de Calzechat, hæres masculus, Roberti Muschet de

Calzechat, avi, - in 2 mercatis terris de Cessintillie nuncupatis Murdochstoune, ex

occidentali latere villae de Mudochstoune, infra senescallatum de Montieth: E. 5m 5s

4d feudifirmae. Xxxvii 131. Recorded 7 Nov 1682.

 

 

52. Nicoll Muschet  (Marion Doig, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter).

 

On 18 Nov 1617 James son of Paul Dog of Ballingrew is witness to a sasine to Nicol Mushet. [Particular

Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book]

 

Nicol Muschet of Boghall, a sasine recorded 7 July 1656 at Perth names children Agnes, Christane,

James, Janet, and Jeane.

 

Nicoll had the following children:

             81 F         i.  Agnes Muschet .

             82 F         ii.  Christian Muschet .

             83 M       iii.  James Muschet  was born in 1630 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 27 Jun 1630 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             84 F       iv.  Janet Muschet  was born in 1633 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 1 Sep 1633 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

             85 F        v.  Jean Muschet .

 

58. Archibald Muschet  (Marion Doig, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1612 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1690 in Of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Archibald received in M.A. in the ministry from St. Andrews University in 1646. He was minister of

Gargunnock, Stirling from 1652 to 1662, having arrived there in Oct 1652. It was probably Archibled who

suggested to the Kirk Session that the parish needed a permanent school. An entry in the Kirk Session

for Dec 1652 states, "that although the new minister is no yet settled in the manse, he intends to visit all

his parishioners in their homes at the earliest opportunity." Archibald transferred as minister to Larbert and

Dunnipace on 16 Oct 1662.

 

In a letter from Mr. A. Muschet, Minister of Larbert, dated 17 May 1665, to the Laird of Keir: "…my brother’

s murther … I am comforted by the simpathie of his relations with my griefe …have the honour to be your

kinsfolk…to be descended of your honour’s familie …"

 

Archibald was transferred and installed at Falkirk on 8 Sept 1686. He took a sasine to tenements in

Linlithgow in 1689.

 

Archibald married (1) Catherine Wright  on 30 Aug 1655 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. Catherine was born about 1630 in Of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

             86 M        i.  David Muschet  was born about 1657 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

             87 M        ii.  Edward Muschet  was born about 1659 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

             88 M       iii.  Archibald Muschet  was born about 1661 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Archibald married (2) Margaret Edward  daughter of Thomas Edward on 26 Jun 1678 in Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland. Margaret was born about 1640 in Of Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland.

 

59. James Doig of Gartincaber  (James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1584 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died after 1643 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James was witness to christenings in 1634 and 1643.

 

On 26 Apr 1639 a sasine was recorded to James Dog of Gartincaber of lands of Glassingall (Dunblane).

And on 28 Feb 1641 a sasine, appeared David Moir attorney for James Dog of Gartincaber of lands of

Cassingall [Glassingall] and mentions David Muschet son & heir of Robert Muschet notary in

McKeanstown. [Particular Register of Sasines for Perth, Vol. 9]

 

 

James had the following children:

 

+        89 F         i.  Marion Doig  was born about 1602.

+        90 F         ii.  Margaret Doig  was born about 1610.

 

60. Geills Doig  (James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1586 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Geills married David Muschet of Glassingall  son of William Muschet of Craighead & Spittleton. David was born about 1584 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

David acquired Glassingall in 1651.

 

David and Geills had the following children:

+        91 M        i.  Robert Muschet of Craighead  was born about 1606.

 

 

Ninth Generation

 

63. Paul Doig of Ballingrew  (David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1630 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Jun 1685 in Inveraray, Argyll, Scotland.

 

Paul was the grantor of deeds for a bond recorded 20 Jan 1663, 25 Nov 1678, and 3 Oct 1683. Sasine

dated 20 Mar 1663 of Paul Dog, son of David Dog of Ballengrew in 3 merks of lands of Ballengrew.

[Particular Regiter of Sasines of Stirlingshire, Vol. 1.] Sasine dated 28 Aug 1665 of Paul Dog, lawful son

of David Dog of Ballengrew lands of Cessintullie; David Graham of Micklewood baillie. [Particular Regiter

of Sasines of Stirlingshire, Vol. 2.] He was grantee on a bond on 3 Dec 1680.  A deed was recorded in

1687, which was after his death [Maybe by his son Paul].  His creditors filed papers in 1688, and his

representatives in 1692.

 

On the 12th of March 1685 the Lords of the Privy Council commissioned the Marquss of Atholl to levy a

force of Highlanders to march into Argyllshire to force peace in the King's name. In May of 1685 Paul was

with the Perthshire troop of horse commanded by Lord William Murray, under Lochiel.  They were

camped near Inveraray when one evening the Camerons mistook them for Argyll's men, and they

attacked.  Five gentlemen were killed, Paull Dog of Ballingrue, Pearson of Kippenrosse, Linton of

Pittindreich, Napeir of Baluhapple, and a fifth unnamed. (MHP)  Paul's testament was recorded in the

Dunblane Commissariat 13 Sept 1688 and 24 Oct 1700.

 

Paul made no will of his own, so this was a testament dative detailing his goods, debts, etc.

 

[Commissariot of Dunblane  CC6/5/20]

In the first testament, we are told that Paul Doig of Ballengrew died in June 1685, and that his testament

dative was given up by Margaret Drummond his relict spouse executrix dative and creditrix decerned and

surrogate to him in place of the procurator fiscall.  So she is executrix as Paul Doig owed her money, to

witt a just third of the whole household plenishings reckoned at about £40, and provided by the said

defunct in the Contract of marriage past betwixt them 30 December 1679.  Also for the sum of 200 merks

money disburst by her for mourning on the death of her husband.  There is a detailed agricultural

inventory then itemised amounting in worth to £180 3/4d.  The debts owing to the dead in which there are

no debts of other Doigs, are £165 5 shillings.   So the Inventory and debts together amounted to £345 7

4d.  There was no division.  Mr. Ninian Drummond of Glesingall was cautioner.  This was confirmed on 13

September 1688.

 

Will [SRO CC 6/5/20]  Eik Paull Dog of Ballingrew

The testament dative and inventar ... to umqle Paul Dog of Ballingrew in the paroch of Kilmadock and

Commissary of Dunblane the tyme of his decease was in the month of July 1685 ... made and given up

by Margaret Drummond his spouse ... the 13 September 1688 ... contract of marriage ... of the date the

thirtieth day of Decer 1679 ... of her umqll husband ... Robert Stewart of [Innerdonison?] dated 25 Nover

1682 ... Margaret Drummond .. 5 July 1686 ... Alexr Mitchell merchant in Doune and Andrew Garvock in ... 

Agnes [?] David and Elizabeth Dog only lawful children to the defunct and the D Margaret Drummond his

relict and the tutors and curators of the said David and Elizabeth Dog ... ... Inventar: ... ...

 

Will [SRO CC 6/5/21]

The testament dative and inventar of goods ... of money and others which pertained and were addebted

to umqle Paull Dog of Ballingrew at the tyme of his decease which was in the month of June anno ...

eightie fyve yeares, faithfullie made and given up by David Dog now of Ballingrew his only lawfull son and

execr dative as .... by the Commissary of Dunblane ... and of the date of these presents more fullie

proposed.   Inventar:   Imprimis ... ... by David Drummond of Innermay younger by bond iiij.... Lib ... by

David Muschett of Calziehall [?] by bond viij.. Lib ... by him ... David Muschett and Captain David

Muschett of Boghall ... and seald by bond viij Lib ... ... in communi forma Andrew Buchanan ... dated the

24th October 1700 years.

 

[Commissariot of Dunblane CC6/5/21 no72]

The Eik, confirmed on 24th October 1700, was given up by David Dog of Ballengrew, who must now have

been of age that is 21 to be the executor.  More debts were owed to the deceased, by David Drummond

of Innermay by bond £86, by Muschett of Calyehall by bond £800, Item more by the said David Muschett

as principall and Captain David Muschett of Boghall as Cautioner conjunctly and severally by bond £800

of principle.  Item by the said principall and cautioner of bygone annual rents of the saids two, last

principall soumes £1524.  Sum of debts £3,110 the third part whereof is £1,036 13/4d

Confirmation was in the common form.  Cautioner David Lyd.  Confirmed 29 October 1700.

 

Paul was not married (1) to Jean Buchanan . Jean was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1679 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

             92 M        i.  Paul Doig  was born in 1669 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 27 May 1669 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul died without issue.

 

+        93 F         ii.  Marion Doig  was born in 1671.

 

Paul married (2) Margaret Drummond  daughter of David Drummond 2nd of Innermay and Helen Chisholm on 30 Dec 1679 in Scotland. Margaret was born about 1658 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died after 1711 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

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Aunt of Margaret Drummond married to Paul Doig

Plague Stone inscribed: Margaret Drummond third daughter of the Laird of Invermay.

Wife of Sir George Muschet of Burnbank, age 26, departed this life in visitation with three children at Burnbank 10 August 1647

[Enclosed 1874 by John S. Muschet]

 

Paul and Margaret had the following children:

 

             94 M       iii.  David Doig  was born in 1679 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Mar 1679 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Feb 1703 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried on 4 Mar 1703 in Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

David was christened in Kincardine and recorded in Kilmadock. Witness at his

christening was David Dog of Ballengrew, his grandfather. [Note: The IGI incorrectly

reports his mother at Jean Karlop. I read as Jean Buchannan, but his father's

Testament records him as the son of Margaret Drummond.]

 

David retoured as heir to his father on 28 Dec 1697 (RET), the original document

recorded 1 Apr 1698 in Perth (SH).

 

[Chancery C22/46 913]

Recorded 28 December 1697, a General Service. There were no Doigs on the jury,

who being sworn stated that the late Paul Doig of Ballengrew father of David Doig

bearer of these presents died at faith and peace of our King and that the said David

Doig is the lawful and nearer heir of the said late Paul Doig his father and that he is of

lawful age.

 

The testament dative and inventar of the goods and debts and sums of money ... to the

deceased David Dog of Ballingrew the tyme of his decease was in the month of Febry ..

. and three years... First the defunct had pertaining to him ...  ...  debts owing to the

dead ... Imprimis by Rott Moriesone and Andrew Mr Lur.. ... 18 November 1703 years  ...

Hugh McFarlan of Kirktone ...

 

David was buried 4 Mar 1703 in his own burial place in the Shire of Menteith (FE).  His

sister, Elizabeth, was heir general on 1 Apr 1703, recorded Apr 1703.  His testaments

were recorded in Dunblane on 11 Nov 1703 and 18 Nov 1703.

 

The Lord Lyon Library records in its Escutcheons and Birthbriefs [13/57] the 8 branches

of David's great-grandparents (no shields were given):

1. Dog of Ballengrew

2. Dog of Dunrobin

3. Muschett of Bournbank

 

4. Stirling of Keir

5. Knox of Rampherillie

6. Chrightoun of Lougtein

7. Muir of Rouallein

8. Dundas of New Logtoune

 

             95 F       iv.  Jean Doig  was born in 1681 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 22 Jan 1681 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1701 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Jeane's christening were David Dog of McKeanstoun and Robert Norie of

Norrystoun. Jeane must have died young since her younger sister Elizabeth (Elspeth)

served as heir to her father.

 

+        96 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1683. She died after 1719.

 

66. Christian Doig  (David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Missing birth record because there were no entries in the Kilmadock Parish Register from June 1638 to

Sept 1641.

 

Sasine dated 28 Aug 1665 of Christian Dog, sister of Paul Dog, feuar of Ballengrew and widow of the

deceased John Graham of Mecklewood, annual rent from Paul Dogs lands. Witnesses David Graham of

Mecklewood and John Doig, Portioner of Murdeston. [Particular Regiter of Sasines of Stirlingshire, Vol. 2.]

 

Christian married (1) John Graham of Meiklewood  son of John Graham of Meilkewood and Christian Henderson. John was born in 1636 in Meiklewood, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Mar 1636 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He died in 1664 in Meiklewood, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

The testament dative and inventory of Johne Grahame of Meiklewood was recorded 27 May 1664 in the

Stirling Commissary Court.

 

Stirling, John 2nd of  Kippendavie"

 

Christian married (2) John Stirling 2nd of Kippendavie  son of Archibald Stirling 1st of Kippendavie and Jean Muschet on 8 Apr 1667 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. John was born about 1622 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1691/1697 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

John Stirling succeeded to the estates on the death of his brother, George.

 

SRO Gifts and Deposits [61/52]

1667, May 14. Sasine in favour of John Stirling of Kippendavie of annual rent of £10 scots from lands of

McCriestoun... following on disposition 13 May 1667 by Christian Dog, relict of John Grahame of

Micklewood now spouse of said John Stirling.

 

John wrote his will on 8 sep 1691, and his only surviving son Charles succeeded him on 1 June 1697.

 

-----, General Register of Sasines Index, Vol. 6, 1661-1670, (Microfilm #0216974) - Archibald Stirling.

Stirling, Albert Mack, The Stirlings of Kippendavie and Kippenross, Dunblane, Perthshire, (New York:

Grafton Press, 1909), 129-133.

 

John and Christian had the following children:

             97 M        i.  Archibald Stirling  was born in 1667 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Aug 1667 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1689 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

Archibald was the twin of George.  He died without issue.

 

Archibald's testament was recorded 14 Nov 1789 in the Dunblane Commissary Court

(52 pages, CC6/5/29).

 

             98 M        ii.  George Stirling  was born in 1667 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Aug 1667 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1691 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

George was the twin of Archibald.  He died without issue.

 

             99 M       iii.  James Stirling  was born in 1677 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 6 Oct 1677 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1691 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

James died without issue.

 

           100 F       iv.  Christian Stirling  was born on 19 Apr 1679 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Apr 1679 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

+      101 M       v.  Laird Charles Stirling 3rd of Kippendavie  was born in 1680. He died before 6 Nov 1736.

           102 M      vi.  Alexander Stirling  was born about 1682 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1691 in Of Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

67. Elizabeth Doig  (David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1643 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Dec 1643 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1689 in Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Elspot's christening were David Muschet, there, and James Dog of Gartincaber.

 

In the 1694 Hearth Tax Elisabeth is listed in Deanston, "wt a kilne 7, Jon." [recheck date of death]

 

Elizabeth married John Drummond 8th of Deanston  son of Laird Harie Drummond 7th of Deanston and Helen Atcheson. John was born about 1632 in Scotland. He died before 6 Dec 1692 in Scotland. He was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

"John Drummond, now of Deanston, married Elisabeth Dog, daughter of David Dog, laird of Ballengrew,

ane old family in Monteath, whose predicessors got that name for being huntmaster to the King. John is

Stuart-deput of Monteath for the Earle of Morray, and hes only a daughter Isobella Drummond." (from "

The House of Drummond" written by Honourable William Drummond in 1681)

 

John and Elizabeth had the following children:

           103 F         i.  Isobell Drummond  was born in 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Dec 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      104 M        ii.  James Drummond  was born in 1672. He died before 1761.

           105 F        iii.  Janet Drummond  was born in 1673 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Jun 1673 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           106 M      iv.  David Drummond  was born in 1675 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 27 Jan 1675 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           107 F        v.  Christian Drummond  was born in 1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Mar 1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      108 M      vi.  Laird John Drummond 9th of Deanston  was born in 1680.

           109 M      vii.  William Drummond  was born in 1683 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Sep 1683 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

72. John Doig  (John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1636 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 24 Sep 1636 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1697 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The parish record records an unnamed son.

 

John sasined as heir to his father in his portion of Murdiestoun on 20 June 1650 and 17 July 1650 in

Perth: John Dog 17 July 1650.

“Be it kend to all me by these letters made by John Dog son and air of John Dog portioner of

Murdochstoun with advice and consent of David Muschet of Calyechate David Dog of Balingrew and

Margaret Grahame relict of the said umquhil John Dog my father burden taking on them for me”.

The next half is more complicated, and does not matter as the first part gives the relationships.  But there

was a contract made on 6th April 5th May 1637 between John Graham of Meiklewood and John Dog

father to the writer of these presents on the one part, and the late Edward Chalmers portioner of

Chalmerstone on the other part, whereby the latter sold half the lands of Chalmerstone under reversion to

John Dog, and now (?) the son John Dog as the father has died, is taking sasine of these lands in 1650.

[General Register of Sasines RS1/61/504]

 

Sasine dated 10 Jan 1651 to John Dog of Murdiestown, appeared John Mitchell in Chalmerstown as

attorney for John Dog, son and heir of the deceased John Dog of Murdiestown, having in his hand a

precept made by Edward Chalmers, Portioner of Chalmerstown, to John Dog, son of deceased John Dog

of Murdiestown, of all and whole an AR on the lands of Chalmerstown, which AR the said deceased John

Dog and the deceased John Graham of Micklewood are equally infeft in p of Chalmerston as heir of his

 

father under a renunciation(?), the original bond dated 1637 neuntan(?) to Land(?) helen Maxwell in

Stirling.

And dated(?) 1651 - Sasine to John Graham of Micklewood as son and heir to John Graham of

Micklewood his father of the above lands on the bond catalogue(?) and mention a rearteen(?) to Leo

Maxwell much of family(?) Helen Maxwell his daughter dated 1613 to the deceased John Graham and

deceased John Dog.

 

He retoured as heir to his father "in ane merk land of Cessintullie alias Murdochestoun" on 5 Nov 1658.

John was a witness to christenings in 1669, 1672, 1673, and 1685.  He is listed in the 1694 Hearth Tax

as "portioner of Murdochstoun & his sub tenants, 6 [shillings]."  John and Elizabeth recorded a deed 9

June 1696 which mentions Marion Dog.

 

His son, Walter, recorded a sasine for his portion of Murdieston on 29 Sept 1697 in Perth.

 

[More children may have been born between 1652 and 1668 where there is a gap in the parish record.]

 

John married Elizabeth Napier  daughter of Alexander Napier in 1659 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth was born in 1637 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Feb 1637 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1704 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

About 1834 Alexander Deuchar wrote "Elizabeth Napier was married 1659 as her daughter Elizabeth was

born 1670 and she had two children if not more before her. The Murdieston and Bowhapple Estates are

within a few miles of each other. The tradition in our family is she was of a most respectable family in that

neighborhood, but though Elizabeth was my mother's great-grandmother she never heard who her father

was. I wish much to ascertain what family she belonged to." Deucher adds below, "her father was

Alexander Napier in Watston."

 

On 2 Aug 1703, a contract, John Dog, Portioner of Murdeston to Archibald Buchanan of Torrie and Grizel

M’Faralan his spouse & Andrew Buchanan their son, signed Dec 1691, y - 1692. With consent of

Elizabeth Napier, spouse of John Dog & Walter Dog their son & John Maxwell N…. in Murdieston their

son in law of the Merk land of Murdieston. Witnesses David Muschet of Calichet and Andrew Napier,

Stewart Dep of Menteith. [General Register of Deeds, Dalrymple’s Office, Vol. 88]

 

On 5 Oct 1704 a Sasine was recorded upon a conveyance from John Dog Portioner of Murdochston and

Elizabeth Napier his wife in favour of Charles Earl of Moray lands of Cessentullie alias Murdochston.

[Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, Vol. 11]

 

John and Elizabeth had the following children:

+      110 F         i.  Helen Doig  was born about 1661.

+      111 M        ii.  Walter Doig  was born about 1664.

+      112 F        iii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born about 1668.

+      113 M      iv.  Paul Doig  was born in 1670.

+      114 F        v.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1671. She died in Aug 1742.

 

76. Paul Doig  (James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1588 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1646 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 22 Jan 1619 a renunciation by Walter Chisholm or Chisome, mentions Paul Dog of Dunrobin husband

of deceased Janet Shaw and son James Dog, feuar of Dunrobin. [Particular Register of Sasines for

Stirlingshire, Minute Book.]

 

Paul sasined Cessintullie from his father, recorded 9 June 1634 and 16 June 1634 in Perth.

 

[More children may have been born between 1638 and 1641 where there is a gap in the parish record.]

 

Paul married (1) Janet Livingston . Janet was born about 1600 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Marriage link to John McLauchlan by Deuchar.

 

Paul and Janet had the following children:

           115 M        i.  James Doig  was born in 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened in Aug 1634 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul married (2) Janet Shaw . Janet was born about 1592 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1618 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

79. John Doig of Cessintullie  (James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1595 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John acquired the Mill of Cessintully by assignation of his father on 11 Feb 1634.  Thereafter the tenants

of the local farms did not cooperate in using the mill, a monopoly, and making proper payments.  In 1637

John Dog brought suit against the local farmers to exclusively use his mill and pay the required portion.

Included as defendants in his suit were John Dog, portioner of Murdieston, and David Dog of Ballingrew.

In 1642 James Dog of Gartincaber claimed Cessintully.

 

John was a witness to christenings in 1634 and 1647. A bond is recorded about 1647 by John Dog at the

Mill of Cessentullie, brother germain to Paul Dog, there, to John Johnston of Stirling. [General Register of

Deeds, Vol. 533.]

 

John had the following children:

+      116 M        i.  John Doig  was born about 1638.

 

89. Marion Doig  (James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1602 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Marion's grandson David was listed as the great-grandson of Dog of Dunrobin, which would have made

her father James.

 

Marion married David Doig of Ballingrew  son of James Doig of Ballingrew and Catherine Dow on 8 Dec 1627 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. David was born about 1598 in Of Ballingrew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before 28 Dec 1697 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 31 July 1624, Renunciation by James Dog of Gartincaber David Dog of Ballingrew to Stephen

Hendell? James Dog of Dunrobin & Dorothy Cunningham his spouse of annual rent in Cessintully.

Witness Paul Dog apparent of Dunrobin. And the same day, Sasine to James Dog of Gartincaber & David

Dog of Ballingrew of lands …[missing].

 

1627: Sasine to David Dog of Ballengrew & Marieta daughter of James Dog of Gartincaber & and

Elizabeth Muschet his spouse - further spouse of David. Witness Henry Doig brother of David. Recorded

30 Mar 1627 in the Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, folio 4.

 

1627: Renunciation by David Dog of Ballengrew and Marion Dog his spouse to James Dog of

Gartincaber father in law of said David of an annual rent on Gartincaber granted to Marion as tocher

[dowry]. Witnesses Robert Musched of Calziechat and Thomas Dog brother to David. Recorded 27 Sept

1627 in the Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book, folio 4.

 

David was witness to the christening of Jealls Dog on 1 Dec 1631.

 

David retoured as heir to his brother James and father for Ballingrew and Mackrieston on 6 Mar 1634

(RET).  On that date he requested to be served heir as Mair of Fie (MCB). Perth, Mar. 6 1634: David Dog

de Ballingrew, haeres Jacobi Dog de Ballingrew, patris, - in terris de Ballingrew extendentibus ad 50

solidatas terrarum antiqui extontus in senescallatu de Menteith: - E. 5/. et 5s.pro mart-silver. - 20 solidatis

terrarum de Mackreistone jacentibus ut supra. E. 53s, 7-1/2d. xiii.204. [David Dog of Ballingrew, heir of

James Dog of Ballingrew, his father, - in the lands of Ballingrew extending to 50 shillings' worth of lands of

ancient extent in the stewartry of Menteith: - E. 5 pounds and 5 shillings 'pro mart-silver'. - 20 shillings'

worth of lands of Mackrieston lying above. - e. 53 shillings, 7-1/2 pence.]

 

On the same day Mar. 6 1634: David Dog de Ballingrew, haeres Jacobi Dog de Ballingrew, fratris

germani, - in 20 solidatis terrarum de Mackreistoun in senescallatu de Menteith. -E. 13s. et 4 bollae

faranae avenatieae. xiii. 204. [David Dog of Ballingrew, heir of James Dog of Ballingrew, his full brother, in

20 shillings' worth of lands of  Mackrieston in the stewartry of Menteith. - E. 13 shillings and 4 bolls (6

bushels) of ?flour and oats.]

 

In 1637 David was a defendant is a suit brought by John Dog for not utilizing the Mill of Cessintully.  He

was listed as David Dog of Ballingrew for Gartincaber, Ballingrew, and his part of Carstonne. In the Rent

Roll of 1660 he is listed as David Dog of Ballingrew for Gartincaber, Ballingres, and his part of Carstonne

with a value of £540.

 

In 1641 David Dog or Dogge of Ballingrew Commissioner of Supply for Perthshire. Paul Dog also

mentioned. [Printed Scotland, Vol. 5]

 

In June of 1650 David was one of "twelve honest men" selected to further the school at Logie.  Another of

the 12 was David Muschet of Callechat, husband to Marion Dog.  On 17 July 1650 he recorded a sasine.

David was the grantor on a deed recorded 20 Jan 1663 and grantee on deeds recorded 19 Feb 1663 and

6 July 1663.

 

On 17 Apr 1652 David Dog was a ruling elder of the church. He appears again in the minutes on 22 Nov

 

1652 and 11 June 1654. (Kilmadock Kirk Session)

 

From the General Service of 1710, we know that Elizabeth Dog's grandfather was David Dog, who was

therefore Paul Dog's father.  David was served heir to his father, in a special service, to the lands of

Ballengrew and Mackreistone, dated 6th March 1634.  On the Jury were 2 Dogs, James of Gartincaber

and Paul of Cessintullie, who being sworn, declared that the late James Dog of Ballengrew father of

David Dog now of Ballengrew bearer of these presents, died last vest and seised as of fee at peace and

faith of the late Sovereign Lord the King James 6th  ...in all and whole the lands of Ballingrew with

pertinents extending to 50/- land of old extent lying in the Stewartry of Menteith and sheriffdom of Perth

and the 20/- land of Mackriestone with pertinents belonging hereditarily to William Muschet of Spitteltoun

lying as above and that the said David Dog is the lawful and nearer heir of the said late James Dog his

father ... and that he is of lawful age.  Then it goes on about the valuation of both lands now and the feu

duty which is payable to the King each year at the two terms Pentecost and St Martins, as the feudal

superior.  On the entry of the heir the feu duty and augmentation were to be doubled.  Finally it ends up

by saying that these lands had been in the King's hands and his father’s (ie the King's father), by reason

of nonentry, since the death of the late James Dog who died in April 1621 [1620], and that was for a

space of about 13 years.  [Chancery C22/13/204]

 

David died by 1697. His grandson David Dog retoured as heir on 28 Dec 1697; he died in 1703. 

Elizabeth Dog  was heir general to her grandfather on 27 June 1710, recorded 18 July 1710.

 

David and Marion had the following children:

 

+      117 M        i.  Paul Doig of Ballingrew is printed as #63 on page 32.

           118 M        ii.  John Doig is printed as #64 on page 27.

           119 M       iii.  David Doig is printed as #65 on page 27.

+      120 F       iv.  Christian Doig is printed as #66 on page 35.

+      121 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig is printed as #67 on page 36.

           122 M      vi.  John Doig is printed as #68 on page 27.

 

90. Margaret Doig  (James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1610 in Scotland.

Margaret married Robert Muschet of Craighead  son of David Muschet of Glassingall and Geills Doig on 5 Jun 1631 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland. Robert was born about 1606 in Scotland.

 

In the 1650 "Rent Roll" is listed Robert Musket for Craighead, valued at £222.

 

Robert and Margaret had the following children:

+      123 F         i.  Elizabeth Muschet  was born about 1633. She died in 1715.

+      124 M        ii.  John Muschet of Craighead  was born about 1635. He died in 1717.

           125 F        iii.  Christian Muschet  was born about 1637 in Scotland. She died in 1697 in Of Glenorchy, Argyll, Scotland.

Christian married Sir John Campbell 4th Bart of Glenorchy . John was born about 1607 in Of Glenorchy, Argyll, Scotland. He died in Jun 1686 in Of Glenorchy, Argyll, Scotland.

 

91. Robert Muschet of Craighead  (Geills Doig, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1606 in Scotland.

 

In the 1650 "Rent Roll" is listed Robert Musket for Craighead, valued at £222.

 

Robert married Margaret Doig  daughter of James Doig of Gartincaber on 5 Jun 1631 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland. Margaret was born about 1610 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      126 F         i.  Elizabeth Muschet is printed as #123 on page 51.

+      127 M        ii.  John Muschet of Craighead is printed as #124 on page 51.

           128 F        iii.  Christian Muschet is printed as #125 on page 41.

 

 

Tenth Generation

 

93. Marion Doig  (Paul, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 4 Aug 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Marion's christening was Thomas Mitchell.

 

Deuchar records Marion as illegitimate and coded "sp" (sine prole = without issue). The following

marriage is uncertain and based on age and location.

 

Marion married John McCulloch . John was born about 1667 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           129 M        i.  David McCulloch  was born in 1695 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 29 Sep 1695 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           130 M        ii.  Boy McCulloch  was born in 1707 in Bridgend of Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened in Apr 1707 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

96. Elizabeth Doig  (Paul, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1683 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Jul 1683 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died after 1719 in Scotland.

Witnesses at Elspeth's christening were the Laird of Kippendavie [John Stirling] and the Laird of

Kippenrossie.

 

Elizabeth was heir general to her father, Paul Dog of Ballengrew on 1 Apr 1703, recorded Apr 1703; at

that time she was also heir general to her brother, David Dog of Ballengrew.  This was recorded in the

Register of the Great Seal on 17 Mar 1704.  On 25 Sept 1705 she was heir special to her father, Paul

Dog of Ballengrew to the lands of Ballingrew, Gartincaber, Cessintully, etc., recorded 5 Nov 1705. Sasine

dated 8 Dec 1705 of Elizabeth Dog, heir to her father Paul Dog of Ballengrew. [Particular Register of

Sasines of Stirlingshire, Vol. 12.] She was heir general to her grandfather, David Dog of Ballengrew on 27

June 1710, recorded 18 July 1710.  She was heir portioner to her uncle David Drummond of Innermay,

recorded 25 Nov 1719.

 

[Resignation William Don wryter to Elizabeth Doig - General Register of Sasines RS3/101/plll]

It was registered 14 th January 1712, and enacted on 28th December 1711, when the following people

gathered in the dwelling house of Mistress Kennedy vintner in Edinburgh, being Elizabeth Dog only lawfull

daughter to the deceased Paul Dog of Ballengrew and now spouse of Hugh MacFarlane of Kirktoune

superior of the annual rent underwritten and James Bogle wrytter in Edinburgh, procurator for William Don

wryter in Edinburgh, of a discharge, granted by William Don to David Dog of Ballengrew dated 25th

December 1701.  In the discharge, the said James Bogle resigned and delivered back an annual rent of

£60 Scots corresponding to the principal sum of £1000 Scots contained in ane heritable bond granted by

the said late Paul Doig of Ballengrew as principall and the deceast John Stirling of Kypendie and John

Drummond of Deanstoune, to John Finlayson elder in Castlehill in lyferent and to John, William and

Margaret Finlayson his lawful children etc, dated 26 August 1672.  This annual rent of £60, was to be

uplifted twice a year, Candlemas and Lambas from the lands of Ballingrew, Gartincaber miln and

Cessintullie.

 

This principall sum of £1000 Scots must have been paid back at some time, for the sasine states that this

annual rent was disponed by John Finlayson younger and by Margaret Finlayson, with the consent of her

husband, James Patersone younger portioner of Corntoune, by their disposition and assignation dated

13th May 1697, and by the said William Finlayson, for his third part in a disposition and assignation dated

30th December 1697, into the hands of the said Elizabeth Dog, immediate superior of the land and

annual rent there to remain for ever.  This was done by deliverance made by the said James Bogle

procurator forsaid, of the staff and baton as use is into the hands of the said Elizabeth Dog, these things

were done in the presence of two witnesses.

 

So this was the end of a loan of £1000 Scots to Paul Doig of Ballengrew the security for which or the

interest for which, was an annual rent of £60 a year from the lands of Ballengrew etc.  This was now paid

back, so the annual rent had to be discharged formerly and resigned into the hands of the superior of the

lands, who was now Elizabeth Doig.  This resignation was acted out with the giving up of the staff and

baton into the hands of the feudal superior.

 

[General Register of Sasines RS3/102/p2-6]

Confirmed 7th July 1712.  On 20th June 1712 came John Muschet of Craighead and James Muschet, his

eldest son, with a precept of sasine in a disposition dated 25 and 26 December 1711 granted by

Elizabeth Dog only lawful daughter to umquhill (late) Paul Dog of Ballingrew and now spouse of Hugh

Macfarlane of Kirkton with the consent also of Dame Margaret Drummond her mother ..in which they sold

 

annalzed and disponed to the said John Muschet all the days of his lifetime in lyferent and to the said

James Muschet his son in fee, heritably and irredeemably, the 3 merk land of Ballingrew with pertinents in

the parish of Kilmadock and Stewartry of Menteith and Sheriffdom of Perth, also the lands of Gartincaber

with pertinents and the milne of Cessintully, together with the heritable office of Mair of Fie, within the

bounds of the lordship of Menteith.  The Precept [which was necessary to enact the sasine] was signed

by Elizabeth Doig in Edinburgh 25th December 1711 and by Margaret Drummond at Keithtoune on 26th

December 1711.  The sasine was given between 3 and 5 in the afternoon on 20th June 1712.

 

On 25 Nov 1719 Elizabeth served as heir to her uncle David Drummond of Innermay, heir portioner

general cum ben. invent.

 

Elizabeth married Hugh McFarlane of Keithtoune  son of James McFarlane of Kirkton and Mary Keith on 21 Feb 1701 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. Hugh was born about 1665 in Of Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He died after 1712.

 

Hugh was head of the McFarlan (McFarlane, McFarland) family at Keithton in Campsie, Stirling, later

called Ballancleroch.

 

Descendant: 1810 PATRICK M'FARLAN, Minister, trans. from Kippen; pres. by George III., and adm. 13th

July 1810; trans. to St John's, Glasgow, 29th July 1824.-[Smith's Scot. Clergy, ii.]

 

"The Much Honoured Hugh MacFarlane of Kirkton, 4th Baron (see 17b. above), who was born circa 1665

in Scotland.  Baron Bailie to Lennox of Woodhead, he is said to have fled the country after killing a son of

Stirling of Glorat in a duel in 1688, and to have fought under John, 1st Duke of Marlborough at the battle

of Ramillies on 23 May 1706.  But he was in Scotland between those dates as he bought his father’s

estate at a judicial sale in 1703, having married (21 February 1701, Campsie Parish, Stirlingshire,

Scotland) his distant cousin Mistress Elizabeth Doig of Ballingrew, who became Lady Kirkton, daughter of

Paul Doig of Ballingrew, 7th Baron to whom she was served Heiress General on 1 April 1703 and Heiress

Special on 25 September 1705, and had at least five daughters and a son:" [notes by Chevalier Terrance

Gach MacFarlane]

 

Hugh and Elizabeth had the following children:

           131 M        i.  William McFarlane  was born in 1701 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Nov 1701 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           132 M        ii.  David McFarlane  was born in 1702 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 4 Oct 1702 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           133 F        iii.  Margrat McFarlane  was born in 1703 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Oct 1703 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           134 M      iv.  Robert McFarlane  was born in 1705 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened in Feb 1705 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           135 F        v.  Mary McFarlane  was born in 1707 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened in Jan 1707 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           136 F       vi.  Rachel McFarlane  was born in 1708 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 18 Jun 1708 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

+      137 F       vii.  Anna McFarlane  was born in 1709.

           138 F      viii.  Jean McFarlane  was born in 1712 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 29 Mar 1712 in Clachen of Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She died in 1712/1717 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           139 M      ix.  Hugh McFarlane  was born in 1714 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened in Apr 1714 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           140 F        x.  Jean McFarlane  was born in 1717 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Dec 1717 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She died in 1717/1718 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           141 F       xi.  Jean McFarlane  was born in 1718 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 29 Mar 1718 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She died in 1718/1719 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           142 F       xii.  Jean McFarlane  was born in 1719 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 19 Mar 1719 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           143 F      xiii.  Elizabeth McFarlane  was born in 1720 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Aug 1720 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

 

101. Laird Charles Stirling 3rd of Kippendavie  (Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1680 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Dec 1680 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He died before 6 Nov 1736 in Scotland.

 

Charles succeeded his father. He was a Jacobite supporter, battle of Sheriffmuir fought on

Kippendavie land in 1715.

 

Charles married (1) Katherine Arbuthnott  daughter of Alexander Arbuthnott of Knox and Jean Scott on 3 Jun 1703 in Knox, Kincardine, Scotland. Katherine was born on 26 Nov 1672 in Arbuthnott, Kincardine, Scotland. She was christened on 1 Dec 1672 in Arbuthnott, Kincardine, Scotland. She died about 1707 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Katherine was the second daughter.

 

Charles and Katherine had the following children:

+      144 M        i.  Patrick Stirling 4th of Kippendavie  was born on 8 Apr 1704. He died in Nov 1745.

           145 M        ii.  James Stirling  was born about 1707 in Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Charles married (2) Christian Douglas  on 9 Mar 1709. Christian was born about 1684 in Scotland.

 

Christian was widowed by Douglas of Garvald.

 

Christian is referred to by Sir Walter Scott in his Tales of a Grandfather (Vol. II, 3rd series, p.24), as

assisting the adherents of the Stuart family in the uprising of 1715: "Fresh intelligence came to them from

Lady Kippendavie, who seems to have been as correct in her intelligence and accurate in communicating

with the insurgent army, as she was singular in her choice of messengers.  The last being an old woman,

who confirmed the tidings of the enemy's approach."  Sheriffmuir, at which the battle of 1715 was fought,

is on the property of Kippendavie and is close to the mansion house.

 

 

104. James Drummond  (Elizabeth Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1672 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 13 Jul 1672 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1761.

 

Witnesses at James' christening were Paul Dog of Ballingrew and Jon Stirling of Kippendavie.

 

James died before 1761 as his son Thomas was heir to Deanston from John Drummond in that year.

 

James had the following children:

+      146 M        i.  Thomas Drummond  was born about 1727.

 

108. Laird John Drummond 9th of Deanston  (Elizabeth Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1680 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Jun 1680 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John served heir to his father on 6 Dec 1692 and became 9th Laird of Deanston.  John Drummond of

Deanston is mentioned on a sasine recorded 14 Jan 1712 in Perth. Thomas was the only child of John

Drummond.

 

John had the following children:

           147 M        i.  Laird Thomas Drummond 10th of Deanston .

 

110. Helen Doig  (John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1661 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Sasine dated 2 July 1701 of Helen Dog, eldest daughter to John Dog in Murdeston and spouse of John

Maxwell, writer in Reddock, upon a bond of possesion in virtue of a contract of marriage annual rent from

Balinford. [Particular Register of Sasines of Stirlingshire, Vol. 10.]

 

Sasine dated 22 July 1701 of Helen Dog, eldest lawful daughter of John Dog, Portioner of Murdeston,

widow of John Maxwell, writer of an annual rent of £20 Scots from Thomas Grahams of Auchsays, lands

of Baliford. [Minute Book of Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire.]

 

Helen married John Maxwell . John was born about 1677 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1701 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

John was a writer residing at Murdieston, Kilmadock.

 

John and Helen had the following children:

           148 F         i.  Marion Maxwell  was born in 1684 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Apr 1684 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           149 M        ii.  Alexander Maxwell  was born in 1688 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Jan 1688 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses were John and Walter ?.

 

The following marriage is not certain.

 

Alexander married Jean Montgomery  on 29 Dec 1711 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Jean was born about 1690 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           150 M       iii.  John Maxwell  was born in 1695 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 15 Jan 1695 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           151 M      iv.  Boy Maxwell  was born in 1697 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 29 Jan 1697 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Page torn at name. Witnesses were Archibald Napier and James Smith.

 

           152 M       v.  James Maxwell  was born in 1699 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Jul 1699 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

+      153 M      vi.  James Maxwell  was born in 1702.

 

111. Walter Doig  (John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1664 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Sasine dated 18 Sept 1697, of Mr. Walter Dog, son to John Dog, Portioner of Murdeston, of the said John

Dog, 3 of lands of Murdeston. And the same date a sasine to Euphemia Gedd, spouse to the said Walter

Dog of an annual rent of 60 from Murdeston.  [Minute Book of Particular Register of Sasines for

Stirlingshire, Book 72, Folios 373 and 374.]

 

Walter served as heir to his father, John Dog, as Portioner of Murdieston, recorded 29 Sept 1697 at Perth.

 

Asignation dated 8 Feb 1709 of Walter Dog, surgeon in Greenock, as he is going abroad by order of the

Africian Company, to Euphan Ged, his spouse, and his children, dated 9 Nov 1699. [General Register of

Deeds, Duries Office, Vol. 118.]

 

The lack of recorded children between the marriage by 1697 and only recorded child John in 1709 may

be because Walter was abroad. Deuchar lists a son John born in 1695 and a child W born in 1697,

although neither of these is recorded.

 

Deuchar also lists Dr. Francis Dog of Murdieston as married to Euphemia Gedd.

 

Walter married (1) Euphemia Gedd  in 1697 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Euphemia was born about 1676 in Scotland. She died about 1715 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      154 M        i.  John "Long John" Doig  was born in 1709.

 

Walter married (2) Janet Robertson  on 23 Aug 1717 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born about 1696 in Scotland.

 

Janet may be christened 5 Mar 1696 in Kilmadock, the daughter of Archibald Robertson and Agnes

Mitchell; or may be christened 10 Dec 1698 in Kilmadock, the daughter of Walter Robertson and Janet

Archibald.

 

Walter and Janet had the following children:

+      155 F         ii.  Jean Doig  was born in 1718.

+      156 F        iii.  Ann Doig  was born in 1720.

           157 M      iv.  Son [Archibald] Doig  was born in 1722 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 29 Jun 1722 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at this boy's christening were Andrew Robertson and Robert Paterson (?).

The first name of the child is not listed in the parish register. He may have died at birth.

 

Based on the Scottish naming custom this son might have been named after his

mother's father, possibly Archibald.

 

+      158 M       v.  Paul Doig  was born in 1726.

 

112. Elizabeth Doig  (John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1668 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Sasine dated 5 Sept 1699 of Elizabeth Dog, spouse of Mungo Muschet in Murdieston of an annual rent of

£8 Scots forth of Captain David Muschet lands of Corshill disponed to her by her said husband by the

contract of marriage dated 3 August 1699. [Particular Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book.]

 

Elizabeth married Mungo Muschet  son of Alexander Muschet and Margaret Henderson on 3 Aug 1699 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Mungo was born in 1669 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Nov 1669 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Mungo's christening were Nicol Muschet of B[oghall] and David Muschet in McOristone.

 

Mungo farmed in Murdieston and Ballandornich, Kilmadock, Perth.

 

Mungo and Elizabeth had the following children:

           159 M        i.  Alexander Muschet  was born in 1708 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 10 Jan 1708 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

           160 M        ii.  Joseph Muschet  was born in 1709 in Ballandornich, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Jun 1709 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Joseph's christening were James Smith of Ballandornich and Thomas

Harvie, there.

 

           161 M       iii.  Archibald Muschet  was born in 1712 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Jan 1712 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witness at Archibald's christening was John Dog in Murdieston.

 

 

113. Paul Doig  (John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Aug 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were Paul Dog in Ballingrew and John Dewar (or Limond) in Doune.

 

Paul had the following children:

           162 M        i.  Paul Doig  was born about 1698 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      163 F         ii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born about 1700.

 

114. Margaret Doig  (John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 11 Nov 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in Aug 1742 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was buried in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Margaret's christening were William Mitchell in Norrieston and Mathew Muschet in

McOristoun.

 

Deutcher reported Margaret's marriage to Stephen Paxton, not Paton.

 

Margaret married Rev. Stephen Paton  on 1 Nov 1710 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. Stephen was born in 1667/1668 in Of Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. He died in Jan 1755 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. He was buried in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland.

 

Stephen was the minister in Newlands, Peebles for 46 years.

 

1709 STEPHEN PATON, educated at Univ. of Edinburgh; M.A. (28th June 1697); licen. by Presb. of

Haddington 8th March 1705; called 1st Sept. 1708; ord. 13th Jan. 1709; died 29th Jan. 1755, in his 88th

year. He marr. (1) 1st Nov. 1710, Margaret Doig, and had issue- Christian (marr. Alexander Robertson,

min. of Eddleston): (2) 14th Jan. 1743, Jean, daugh. of John Sibbald, writer, who marr. again. - [Edin.

Presb. Reg., Pennecuik's Works, Chambers's Peeblesshire, Tombst.]

 

Stephen and Margaret had the following children:

+      164 F         i.  Christian Paton  was born in 1712. She died on 1 Jun 1792.

          165 F         ii.  Mary Paton  was born in 1714 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 24 Jun 1714 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She died in Jan 1720 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was buried in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland.

 

116. John Doig  (John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1638 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John's christening unrecorded as there were no entries in the Kilmadock parish record from June 1638 to

Sept 1641.

 

John farmed in Burne Cessintully (Burnside of Murdieston), Kilmadock.

 

There are no entries in the Kilmadock parish record from May 1652 to May 1668 to record his first

marriage or children. His first wife's testament (see Elizabeth Miller notes) names him as husband and

their sons. Daughter Elspeth is based on approx. age and location.

 

John married (1) Elizabeth Miller . Elizabeth was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in Apr 1669 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

There were no birth entries in the Kilmadock parish register from June 1638 to Sept 1641 and May 1652

to May 1668, and no marriage entries for a greater period, which accounts for this missing family in the

records.

 

Elizabeth's testament dative (no will) was recorded 15 July 1669 in the Dunblane Commissary Court. She

is listed as the spouse of John Dog in Murdiestoune with lawful sons James Dog and John Dog.

 

"The testament dative and inventorie of the goods & gear pertaining to umqll Elizabeth Miller spouse to

John Dog in Murdiestounne within the parish of Kilmadock and Commissariate of Dunblaine the tyme of

her decease w...h was in Apryl 1669 years .......... in name of James & John Dogs ther laufl sones ........

the Commisser of Dunblane ....the 14 July 1669 .... [Original HERE.]

 

John and Elizabeth had the following children:

+      166 M        i.  James Doig  was born about 1659.

+      167 M        ii.  John Doig  was born about 1661.

+      168 F        iii.  Elspeth Doig  was born about 1663.

 

John married (2) Margaret Murdoch . Margaret was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      169 M      iv.  Walter Doig  was born in 1670. He died about 1745.

+      170 F        v.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1671.

+      171 M      vi.  Paul Doig  was born in 1676.

           172         vii.  Child Doig  was born in 1678 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Child was christened on 3 Jul 1678 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witness at the child's christening was James Mitchell, there.  [Note: The parish record

is clear, and no name or sex was entered.]

 

 

123. Elizabeth Muschet  (Margaret Doig, James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1633 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1715 in Of Middle Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The testament of Elizabeth Muschet, sometime spouse to umquhile James Harvie, in Midlefrew, parish of

Gargunnock, was recorded 22 June 1715 in the Stirling Commissary Court (1 page).

 

Elizabeth married James Harvie  son of John Harvie and Janet Robison. James was born about 1629 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Nov 1676 in Middle Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The testament of James Harvie in Middle Frew, Kincardine, husband of Elizabeth Mushet, was recorded

12 July 1677 in the Dunblane Commissary Court (CC6/5/17).

 

James died in Nov 1676. His spouse is named as Elizabeth Mushet. His testament was made before

John Drummond of Deanstone, John Mushet son of the deceased Robert Mushet of Craighead, John

Donne in Middle Frew, James Clerk in Boghall, and James Robinson in Murdieston.

 

The inventory included his possessions and a debt owing by David Mushet of M’Corastoune. Debts were

owed to James E… in Boighall, James Robinsone in Burnsyde [of Murdieston], Margaret Robinsone relict

of the deceast John Harvie in Middle Frew, and the Earl of Morray.

 

In his testament he names his son Robert and James Harvie executors, his main property going to his

spouse Elizabeth Mushet according to their contract of marriage. He also left items to John Mushet her

brother, Andro Pinn in Glencalbars, and James Clerk in Boighall. Witnesses James Harvie, James

Drummond, and John Muschet.

 

The probate  was made by Robert Brune in Dunblane, confirmed by sons Robert and James Harvie. Also

mentioned Elizabeth Mushet and William Harvie in Frew.

 

James and Elizabeth had the following children:

           173 M        i.  Robert Harvie  was born about 1655 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Robert Harvie is listed in the Hearth Tax Returns of 1694 in Kilmadock residing in the

Laird of Lanricks Interest.

 

+      174 M        ii.  James Harvie  was born about 1657.

 

124. John Muschet of Craighead  (Margaret Doig, James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1635 in Of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland. He died in 1717 in Craighead, Kilmadock, Scotland.

 

In 1712 Elizabeth Dog, married to Hugh MacFarlan, sold to John Muschet Ballengrew, Gartincaber,

 Cessintully, and the heritable office of Mair of Fee:

Confirmed 7th July 1712.  On 20th June 1712 came John Muschet of Craighead and James Muschet, his

eldest son, with a precept of sasine in a disposition dated 25 and 26 December 1711 granted by

Elizabeth Dog only lawful daughter to umquhill (late) Paul Dog of Ballingrew and now spouse of Hugh

Macfarlane of Kirkton with the consent also of Dame Margaret Drummond her mother ..in which they sold

annalzed and disponed to the said John Muschet all the days of his lifetime in lyferent and to the said

James Muschet his son in fee, heritably and irredeemably, the 3 merk land of Ballingrew with pertinents in

the parish of Kilmadock and Stewartry of Menteith and Sheriffdom of Perth, also the lands of Gartincaber

with pertinents and the milne of Cessintully, together with the heritable office of Mair of Fie, within the

bounds of the lordship of Menteith. The Precept [which was necessary to enact the sasine] was signed by

Elizabeth Doig in Edinburgh 25th December 1611 and by Margaret Drummond at Keithtoune on 26th

December 1611.  The sasine was given between 3 and 5 in the afternoon on 20th June 1712. [General

Register of Sasines RS3/102/p2-6]

 

The testament dative of John Mushett of Craighead, parish of Kincardine, was recorded 21 Nov 1717 in

the Dunblane Commissary Court.

 

John married Miss Haldane . Miss was born about 1639 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           175 M        i.  James Muschet of Craighead  was born about 1660 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1729 in Craighead, Kilmadock, Scotland.

 

Service to Heirs: Mushet, James of Craighead to his father John Mushet of Craighead,

heir general dated 6 Aug 1719. Recorded 9 June 1719.

 

The testament dative of James Muschet of Craighead was recorded 6 Mar 1729 in the

Dunblane Commissary Court.

 

           176 M        ii.  Robert Muschet of Craighead  was born about 1665 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Service to Heirs: Robert Muschet to his brother James Muschet (died 1729), son of

John Muschet of Craighead, heir general dated 12 Dec 1730. Recorded 22 Dec 1730.

Following this Robert Muschet to is father John Muschet of Craighead (died 1711), heir

general 12 Dec 1730. Recorded 22 Dec 1730.

 

  

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137. Anna McFarlane  (Elizabeth Doig, Paul, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1709 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Sep 1709 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Anna was the surviving heir to her father's estate and title as head of the McFarlane family. After she

married John Warden, he changed his name to John McFarlane to carry on the title.

 

Anna married John Warden  on 28 Jun 1733 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. John was born about 1708 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           177 F         i.  Girl Warden  was born in 1733 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 29 Mar 1733 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           178 F         ii.  Helline Warden  was born in 1735 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 17 Aug 1735 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           179 F        iii.  Margaret Warden  was born in 1737 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Apr 1737 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           180 F       iv.  Lillias Warden  was born in 1738 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Dec 1738 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           181 M       v.  John Warden  was born in 1740 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 29 May 1740 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           182 M      vi.  Heugh Warden  was born in 1743 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Jul 1743 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           183 M      vii.  William Warden  was born in 1745 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Oct 1745 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

           184 M     viii.  James Warden  was born in 1747 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 9 Feb 1747 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

 

144. Patrick Stirling 4th of Kippendavie  (Charles Stirling, Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 8 Apr 1704 in Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died in Nov 1745 in Scotland.

Patrick married Margaret Douglas  daughter of Sylvester Douglas of Whiteridge and Margaret Keith in 1727. Margaret was born about 1708 in Of Aberdeen, Scotland. She died before 1757 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           185 F         i.  Margaret Stirling  was born on 1 Oct 1727 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

           186 M        ii.  Charles Stirling  was born on 14 May 1729 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died as a infant in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

           187 F        iii.  Christian Stirling  was born on 12 Apr 1731 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

           188 M      iv.  Robert Stirling  was born on 5 Nov 1732 in Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died as a infant in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

           189 M       v.  Patrick Stirling 5th of Kippendavie  was born on 28 Jan 1734 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 12 Dec 1775 in Jamaica.

 

Patrick did not marry and had no children.

 

+      190 F       vi.  Catherine Stirling  was born on 11 Jun 1736.

           191 M      vii.  Sylvester Stirling  was born on 27 Sep 1737 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died as a infant in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

           192 M     viii.  Robert Stirling  was born on 25 May 1739 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died as a infant in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

+      193 M      ix.  John Stirling 6th of Kippendavie  was born on 22 Dec 1742. He died in Jun 1816.

 

146. Thomas Drummond  (James Drummond, Elizabeth Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1727 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

On 14 Dec 1761 Thomas was granted a sasine to the lands of Deanston as heir of his grandfather, John

Drummond.

 

Thomas married Jacobina Stuart . Jacobina was born about 1732 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

She may be the Jacobina Stuart christened 10 July 1732 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, daughter of John

Stewart and Margaret Scouler.

 

Thomas and Jacobina had the following children:

           194 M        i.  James Drummond  was born on 2 Dec 1753 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           195 M        ii.  George Drummond  was born on 20 Dec 1755 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           196 M       iii.  John Drummond  was born on 20 Jan 1757 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           197 M      iv.  Robert Drummond  was born on 22 Apr 1759 in Deanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           198 M       v.  Thomas Drummond  was born on 29 Apr 1761 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 4 May 1761 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           199 M      vi.  John Drummond  was born in 1763 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 10 Dec 1763 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           200 M      vii.  Alexander Drummond  was born on 31 Jan 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Feb 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           201 M     viii.  Patrick Drummond  was born in 1772 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 9 Feb 1772 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland.

 

153. James Maxwell  (Helen Doig, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1702 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Jul 1702 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following marriage is based on age, location, and a son named John.

 

James married Jean McCulloch  on 5 Mar 1736 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Jean was born about 1715 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           202 F         i.  Janet Maxwell  was born in 1738 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 17 Sep 1738 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           203 M        ii.  John Maxwell  was born in 1744 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 3 Nov 1744 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

154. John "Long John" Doig  (Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1709 in McCorriston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 6 Apr 1709 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

A child, probably this John, was christened 6 Apr 1709 in Kilmadock, son of John Doog in

McCorristonune; witnesses John ? and James Doog, there. The rest of the entry is illegible. The link is

confirmed by Deuchar, who in one place lists his birth in 1695 (unrecorded) and in another lists his

parents married in 1697.

 

John farmed at Murdieston near Thornhill.

 

Deuchar shows John was married a second time with spouse not named and no children indicated. It is

presumed by location and timing this marriage was to Elizabeth Moir.

 

John married (1) Elizabeth Harvie  daughter of James Harvie and Marion Milne on 5 Jun 1729 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth was born in 1710 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Jan 1710 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      204 F         i.  Janet Doig  was born in 1736. She died before 1793.

+      205 F         ii.  Jean Doig  was born in 1738.

+      206 M       iii.  James Doig  was born in 1740. He died about 1804.

 

John married (2) Elizabeth (Beatrix) Moir . Elizabeth was born about 1720 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John and Elizabeth had the following children:

           207 F       iv.  Ann Doig  was born in 1748 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Dec 1748 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesse to Anne's christening were Walter Mackison in Spittleton and James Graham.

 

           208 F        v.  Isabel Doig  was born in 1751 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Apr 1751 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Isabel's christening were Walter Doig in Murcochstoun and Walter

Mackison in Spittaltoun.

 

           209 M      vi.  John Doig  was born in 1757 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Dec 1757 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           210 M      vii.  Walter Doig  was born in 1760 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 6 Apr 1760 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           211 M     viii.  David Doig  was born in 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Aug 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           212 M      ix.  Paul Doig  was born in 1765 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 May 1765 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

155. Jean Doig  (Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1718 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Jul 1718 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Jean's christening were Paul Dog and John Robertson.

 

Jean married James Shaw  son of James Shaw and Jean Murdoch on 15 Mar 1744 in Kincardinde, Perth, Scotland. James was born in 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 19 Feb 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

James was a farmer in Frew, Kilmadock. He was a witness to the christening of Elizabeth Dog, who

married Paul Doig.

 

James and Jean had the following children:

           213 M        i.  William Shaw  was born in 1749 in Frew, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Apr 1749 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to William's christening were Walter Dog in Cessintully and John Shaw in

Ballacorish(?).

 

A William Shaw and wife Jean Crawford (died  8 Mar 1771) were buried in Norrieston

Churchyard in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth.

 

           214 M        ii.  James Shaw  was born in 1750 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 30 Dec 1750 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at James' christening were Walter Dog and John Dog in Murdockston.

 

           215 F        iii.  Jean Shaw  was born in 1752 in Frew, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Jul 1752 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Jean's christening were George McCulloch in Craighead and Walter Dog

in Norriestoun.

 

           216 M      iv.  John Shaw  was born on 20 Jun 1757 in Middle Frew, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 28 Jun 1757 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      217 F        v.  Jean Shaw  was born in 1761.

 

156. Ann Doig  (Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1720 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 1 May 1720 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Anna's christening were James Barry and Robert Neill.

 

Ann married Hugh McCulloch  on 1 Jul 1739 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Hugh was born about 1714 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

A Thomas McCully is listed among the poor in Port of Menteith in the Hearth Tax Returns of 1694.

 

Hugh and family lived at Luiecly. Reported to have had a son Hugh.

 

Hugh and Ann had the following children:

+      218 M        i.  John McCulloch  was born in 1740.

           219 M        ii.  Walter McCulloch  was born in 1742 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 4 May 1742 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Walter's christening was James McCulloch in Glasgow. He was

christened again on 10 June 1742 in Saint John Street Associate Session, Stirling.

 

+      220 F        iii.  Janet McCulloch  was born in 1744.

+      221 M      iv.  James McCulloch  was born in 1747. He died before 1830.

+      222 F        v.  Isabel McCulloch  was born in 1750.

           223 F       vi.  Jean McCulloch  was born in 1752 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Mar 1752 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

158. Paul Doig  (Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1726 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Jul 1726 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

Witnesses at Paul's christening were Patrick Moir and Patrick McArthur.

 

Paul farmed in Frew and Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perthshire from at least 1750.

 

Paul married Elizabeth McAllister  daughter of Robert McAllister on 6 Jan 1750 in Dryman, Stirling, Scotland. Elizabeth was born about 1729 in Of Dryman, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      224 F         i.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1751.

+      225 F         ii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1753. She died on 7 Mar 1795.

+      226 F        iii.  Catherine Doig  was born in 1756.

+      227 M      iv.  Paul Doig  was born on 11 Jun 1758.

           228 M       v.  Robert Doig  was born in 1760 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Sep 1760 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1760/1769 in Scotland.

           229 F       vi.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1761 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 Dec 1761 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      230 M      vii.  John Doig  was born in 1764. He died in Mar 1821.

+      231 M     viii.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1767. He died after 1841.

           232 M      ix.  Robert Doig  was born in 1769 in Mid Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 31 Dec 1769 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      233 M       x.  Ebenezer Doig  was born in 1774. He died before 1841.

 

163. Elizabeth Doig  (Paul, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1700 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

Elizabeth married John Robinson  son of Andrew Robinson and Ann Paterson. John was born in 1688 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Aug 1688 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to parents is based on approx. age, location, and Andrew Robinson as witness to the

christenings of both of his daughters.

 

John and Elizabeth had the following children:

           234 F         i.  Elizabeth Robinson  was born in 1730 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 7 Jul 1730 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Elizabeth's christening were David Robinson in Balintoun and Andrew

Robinson, there.

 

           235 F         ii.  Margaret Robinson  was born in 1732 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 May 1732 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Margaret's christening were Andrew Robin... ....toun and David Robison in

Craighead.

 

           236 M       iii.  John Robinson  was born about 1734 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Listed as a son by Deuchar.

 

 

164. Christian Paton  (Margaret Doig, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1712 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 16 Apr 1712 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She died on 1 Jun 1792 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Christian married Rev. Alexander Robertson  son of Rev. James Robertson and Margaret Crichton on 14 Nov 1735 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. Alexander was born on 10 Apr 1710 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died on 16 Feb 1773 in Scotland.

 

Alexander was the minister of Eddleston, Peebles.

 

1735 ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, born 10th April 1710, son of preceding; licen. by Presb. 30th May

1733; called 29th April, and ord. (assistant and successor) 16th July 1735; died 16th Feb. 1773. He marr.

14th Nov. 1735, Christian (died 1st June 1792), daugh. of Stephen Paton, min. of Newlands, and had

issue- Margaret, born 24th Aug. 1736; Agnes, born 4th Dec. 1737, died April 1742; James, born 1st Dec.

1739; Mary, born 4th Oct. 1741; Jean, born 12th June 1743 (marr. 20th Aug. 1772, James Robertson,

min. of Ratho); Joan, born 10th July 1745; Stephen, born 12th July 1747, died 12th Feb. 1748; Patrick,

his successor; Alexander, born 26th May 1752, died in London; Christian, born 18th Sept. 1754 (marr.

David Deuchar, seal engraver, Edinburgh).

 

Alexander and Christian had the following children:

           237 F         i.  Margaret Robertson  was born on 24 Aug 1736 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland.

           238 F         ii.  Agnes Robertson  was born on 4 Dec 1737 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 4 Dec 1737 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She died in Apr 1742 in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland. She was buried in Newlands, Peebles, Scotland.

           239 M       iii.  James Robertson  was born on 1 Dec 1739 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He was christened on 9 Dec 1739 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

           240 F       iv.  Mary Robertson  was born on 4 Oct 1741 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 9 Oct 1741 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

+      241 F        v.  Jean Robertson  was born on 12 Jun 1743.

           242 F       vi.  Joan Robertson  was born on 10 Jul 1745 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 21 Jul 1745 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

           243 M      vii.  Stephen Robertson  was born on 12 Jul 1747 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He was christened on 19 Jul 1747 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He died on 12 Feb 1748 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

           244 M     viii.  Patrick Robertson  was born in 1748 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He was christened on 18 Dec 1748 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

           245 M      ix.  Alexander Robertson  was born on 26 May 1752 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He was christened on 29 May 1752 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. He died in London, England.

+      246 F        x.  Christain Robertson  was born on 18 Sep 1754. She died on 17 Mar 1838.

 

166. James Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1659 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James is listed in his mother's will. The two marriages are listed by Deuchar. He farmed at McOrriston, a

farm across the road from Murdieston Farm. He witnessed christenings in 1720, 1722, and 1725.

 

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Some references used in the following portion of this family history:

 

America

-----, Social Security Death Register - John Doig.

Dobson, David, The Original Scots Colonists of Early America 1620-1783, (Baltimore: Genealogical

Publication, 1989), 74 - Charles Doig.

Doig, James Blair, Telephone conversation, 19 Feb 1992.

Doig, James Blair, Letter, with family history sheets, 9 Mar 1992.

 

England

-----, 1881 English Census, Lancashire, Newton on Make - Isabella Doig.

-----, 1881 English Census, Middlesex, London, St. Pancras - Charles Doig.

 

Scotland

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock - John Doig.

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Thomas Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Cuthberts - Charles Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Thomas Doig.

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock - John Doig.

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Thomas Doig.

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - John Doig, Charles Doig.

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Maryhill - James Doig.

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - John Doig.

-----, Commercial Directory of the Whole of Scotland, (London: Pigot, 1837), Thornhill, 694 - Thomas Doig.

-----, Commercial Directory and Topography of Scotland, (London: Slater, 1860), Thornhill, 1114 -

Thomas Doig.

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court

Books of Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth, Clackmannan, Kinross, and Stirling, from 1846-1867 Inclusive,

 

(Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1868) 184 (#1368216) - John Doig [1862-H683].

-----, Kilmadock Kirk Session Minutes, (Original in Stirling Archives) - Charles Doig.

-----, Old Parochial Records, Balfron (#0102099), Barony (#0102873/83), Gargunnock (#0102115),

Glasgow (#1042934/43), Gorbals (#0102940/3,5), Kilmadock, Kincardine, North Leith (#0103126/7,9),

Port of Menteith (#0102796).

-----, Slater's Directory  of Scotland, (London: Kelly, 1893), Thornhill, 985 - John Doig.

-----, Vital Records of Scotland, Deaths - James Doig, Thomas Doig, Marion (Blair) Doig, David Doig,

James Baxter Doig, Thomas Doig, Thomas Doig, Thomas Doig, John Doig, Marjory Cartwright Doig,

Charles Hamilton Doig, Charles Doig.

Marriages - John Doig, Jessie Doig.

 

James and Margaret lived at Murdieston Farm. James Dog in McOrriston (across road from Murdieston)

witnessed christenings in 1720, 1722, and 1725.

 

James married (1) Janet Paterson . Janet was born about 1661 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1682 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      247 F         i.  Janet Doig  was born in 1682.

 

James married (2) Jean Miller . Jean was born about 1672 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      248 M        ii.  James Doig  was born in 1695.

           249 M       iii.  John Doig  was born in 1697 in McOrriston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Jul 1697 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1726 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The testament dative (no will) of John Dog of M'Coranstoun was recorded 24 Feb 1726

in the Dunblane Commissary Court. He apparently did not marry as he is listed as the

son of James Dog, there. The inventory includes debts owing from various persons.

 

 

167. John Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1661 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The parish record is missing from Feb 1692 to Mar 1694 and Jan 1699 to Nov 1701, with no entries.

 The parish record is difficult to read for the first name of the father of Alexander Doig in 1711. He is

presumed this John based on timing, location, and lack of duplicate names.

 

John lived in Ballanton, McOrriston, and Murdieston, Kilmadock [Deuchar].

 

John married (1) Marion White . Marion was born about 1664 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John and Marion had the following children:

           250 F         i.  Christian Doig  was born in 1686 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Feb 1684 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Christian's christening were James Paterson and Phallum McNair.

 

           251 F         ii.  Elspeth Doig  was born in 1688 in Ballentoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Jun 1688 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Elspeth's christening were James Stevinson and John Stevinson.

 

 

John married (2) Janet Stirling . Janet was born about 1665 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           252 M       iii.  James Doig  was born in 1697 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Sep 1697 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to James' christening were James Stirling and John Johnson.

 

           253          iv.  Child Doig  was born in 1700 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

           254          v.  Child Doig  was born in 1702 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

+      255 M      vi.  Walter Doig  was born in 1704.

+      256 F       vii.  Jean Doig  was born in 1709.

           257 M     viii.  Boy Doig  was born in 1709 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened in Apr 1709 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Male Doog christened 6 Apr 1709 in Kilmadock, son of John Doog. Witnesses were

John ? and Jamed Doog, there.

 

 

168. Elspeth Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1663 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

Elspeth married James Risk  son of Thomas Risk. James was born in 1650 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Feb 1650 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to father is based on approx. age and location.

 James farmed in Ballintoune, Kilmadock.

 

James and Elspeth had the following children:

           258 F         i.  Janet Risk  was born in 1685 in Ballintoune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland and christened on 26 Jul 1685 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

169. Walter Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 30 Apr 1670 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died about 1745 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Walter's christening were James Smith and James Mitchell, there.

 

The following two marriages are based on John Dog as witness to christening by first wife, approximate

age, location, Scottish naming custom, sequence of children, lack of duplicate names, and the

presumption that Walter would have been older to have been a church elder by 1728.

 

In 1728 a Walter Dog became elder of the Church, Kincardine. There are record of notes of money

collected that was distributed for Poor Relief from 1728 to early 1740's. The amounts are specified and to

whom paid.

 

Walter married (1) Janet Lockhart  daughter of John Lockhart. Janet was born in 1675 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 Apr 1675 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1700 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           259 F         i.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1699 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Nov 1699 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Margaret's christening were John Dog and James Dog.

 

Walter married (2) Jean Thomson  on 15 Nov 1704 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Jean was born about 1683 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           260 M        ii.  John Doig  was born in 1705 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 27 Sep 1705 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

+      261 F        iii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1708. She died in 1784.

           262 F       iv.  Isabel Doig  was born in 1711 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 7 Oct 1711 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

170. Margaret Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Dec 1671 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Margaret's christening were James Dog in Frew and John Chalmers at Burne Cessintully.

 

The link to parents is uncertain.

 

Margaret married Archibald Murdoch . Archibald was born about 1670 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died about 1747 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

There were three possible christenings recorded in the Kilmadock Parish record:

Archibald christened 3 Jan 1669, son of Archibald Murdoch.

Archibald christened 12 Dec 1670, son of William Murdoch.

Archibald christened 16 Apr 1671, son of John Murdoch.

 

An Archibald Murdoch is listed at Cambuswallace, Kilmadock in the 1694 Hearth Tax. Archibald lived in

Gartincaber and Ballengrew.

 

He may be the Archibald Murdoch, merchant in Doune, whose testament dative (2 pages) was recorded

4 June 1747 in the Dunblane Commissary Court.

 

Archibald and Margaret had the following children:

           263 M        i.  Paul Murdoch  was born in 1707 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

           264 M        ii.  Son Murdoch  was born in 1709 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

+      265 M       iii.  James Murdoch  was born in 1712.

 

171. Paul Doig  (John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Jan 1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were Thomas Mitchell and John Graham, there.

 

Alexander Deuchar (1834) lists Paul Dog of Burnside as married to Jean Paterson with son John born in

1707. Descendants of this John by his first wife and Andrew by his second wife have been linked by DNA

as having a common male ancestor.

 

On 11 Feb 1714 Paul Dog in Burnsyde witnessed the christening of Walter Dog, son of James Dog and

Margaret Thomson; the other witness was Walter Dog in Murdockstoun.

 

Paul married (1) Jean Paterson . Jean was born about 1680 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1711/1714 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      266 F         i.  Elizabeth Doig  was born about 1703.

+      267 F         ii.  Jean Doig  was born about 1705.

+      268 M       iii.  John Doig  was born in 1707. He died about 1788.

+      269 F       iv.  Daughter Doig  was born about 1709.

           270 M       v.  Alexander Doig  was born in 1711 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Dec 1711 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Alexander's christening were Walter(?) and James Dogs. His father's

 name is unreadable in the parish record, but Deuchar lists Paul Dog of Burnside and

Jean Paterson as parents.

 

Alexander married Janet Buchanan  on 2 Jul 1735 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born about 1714 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul married (2) Elizabeth Ferguson  on 10 Aug 1714 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth was born about 1693 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      271 M      vi.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1715. He died in 1788/1793.

+      272 M      vii.  Paul Doig  was born about 1716.

 

174. James Harvie  (Elizabeth Muschet, Margaret Doig, James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1657 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

He had the following children:

+      273 M        i.  James Harvie  was born about 1681.

 

 

Twelfth Generation

 

190. Catherine Stirling  (Patrick Stirling, Charles Stirling, Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 11 Jun 1736 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland.

Catherine married Faithful Adrian Fortescue  on 21 Jul 1763 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England. Faithful was born about 1732.

 

They had the following children:

+      274 F         i.  Ann Fortescue  was born about 1764.

           275 M        ii.  Faithful Adrian Fortescue  was born about 1767.

 

Faithful was a Captain in the 20th Regiment. He did not marry.

 

+      276 F        iii.  Catherine Fortescue  was born about 1772.

 

193. John Stirling 6th of Kippendavie  (Patrick Stirling, Charles Stirling, Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 22 Dec 1742 in Of Kippendavie, Stirling, Scotland. He died in Jun 1816 in Scotland.

 

John Kippendavie, acquired the estate of Kippenross from William Pearson 1778, and the superiority of

Kippendavie, Lanrick, Auchinbie, Shanraw, and Woodland from James Stirling of Keir 1813.

 

John married Mary Graham  daughter of William Graham 2nd of Airth on 30 Apr 1781 in Scotland. Mary was born about 1760 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           277 M        i.  Patrick Stirling  was born on 25 Apr 1782 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 30 Apr 1782 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           278 F         ii.  Margaret Douglas Stirling  was born on 14 Aug 1784 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 30 Aug 1784 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           279 F        iii.  Mary Stirling  was born on 24 Feb 1786 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Mar 1786 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           280 M      iv.  William Stirling  was born on 26 Jun 1787 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 7 Jul 1787 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           281 F        v.  Katharine Stirling  was born on 20 Jun 1791 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 7 Jul 1791 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           282 M      vi.  Charles Stirling  was born on 24 Jun 1796 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 24 Oct 1831.

Charles married Christian Hamilton  on 14 Jun 1831 in Sundrum, Ayr, Scotland. Christian was born about 1800 in Scotland.

           283 M      vii.  Thomas Stirling  was born on 31 Oct 1800 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 6 Nov 1800 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           284 M     viii.  Sylvester Douglas Stirling  was born on 3 Feb 1803 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 24 Feb 1803 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

           285 F       ix.  Jean Wilhelmina Stirling  was born on 15 Jul 1804 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Aug 1804 in Dunblane, Perth, Scotland.

 

204. Janet Doig  (John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1736 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 May 1736 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1793 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Janet's christening were James Kier and David Liddel in Murdieston.

 

Janet married Andrew Doig  son of Paul Doig and Elizabeth Ferguson. Andrew was born in 1715 in Burnside of Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1788/1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to Andrew's parents is based on age, location, and Scottish naming custom and confirmed by

Deuchar. Duechar has a note that Andrew was from Fife.  [In 2006 a DNA match was made between two

 descendants of brother Paul to a descendant of Andrew confirming a common father.]

 

On 12 July 1749, Andrew Dog in Burnside witnessed the christening of Isabell, daughter of Archibald

Paterson and Christian Bennet in Boghall.

 

Andrew farmed first Burnside and then Murdockstoun, nearby farms in Kilmadock Parish near Thornhill.

 

Andrew died between 1788 and 1793 and was buried in Norrieston Churchyard in Thornhill.  His

testament was recorded 25 Nov 1793 at Dunblane Commissary Court.  Son John was confirmed as heir

and was granted a promissory note of £50 owed to Andrew.  Janet was buried in the adjoining grave. 

The gravestones lie flat and taper like a coffin cover; on the top of one is a crest of a circle around

crossed knives, and the other is a circle around an open book, probably the Bible.

 

Testament of Andrew Doig (Scottish Record Office: Reference CC6/5/30, pp22-23):

The testament dative [no will] and inventory of the debt and sum of money which was addebted and

resting to the deceased Andrew Doig cede tenant in Murdochstown within the Parish of Kilmadock and

commissariat of Dunblane and the time of his decease which was in the month of [blank] seventeen

hundred and [blank] years faithfully made and given up by John Doig tenant in Murdochstown the defunct’

s son which John Doig is discerned in only executor dative qua nearest in kin to the said defunct his

zeillier by the Commisseiry. Depute of said Commissariat on the seventh day of February seventeen

hundred and eighty eight years. As an act or decreet dative made hieredment ceeirs.

Inventory: There was justly addebted and residing to this said defunct at the time of his decease foresaid

the sum of fifty pounds sterling contained in a promissory note granted to him by the deceased George

Hoomes Stewart of Argaly dated the seventh day of June seventeen hundred and eighty three years

payable at Whit Sunday then reset with the interest due thereupon.

Summa Patet: Confirmed 25th November 1793 years. Walter Doig in Murdochstown cautioner [witness].

 

Andrew and Janet had the following children:

 

+      286 M        i.  John Doig  was born on 15 Dec 1756. He died in 1815. See file JOHN1756.

+      287 F         ii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1759.

+      288 M       iii.  Paul Doig  was born in 1762. He died in 1844. See file PAUL1762.

          289 M      iv.  Walter Doig  was born in 1765 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 3 Jan 1765 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1765/1767 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Walter's christening were John Henderson and John Murdock, both of

Murdockstown.

 

+      290 M       v.  Walter Doig  was born in 1767. He died on 26 Dec 1839. See file WALT1767.

           291 M      vi.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1769 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 24 May 1769 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1769/1776 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Andrew's christening were James and John Murdock.

 

+      292 F       vii.  Jean Doig  was born in 1771.

+      293 F      viii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1772/1773. She died on 6 Oct 1840.

+      294 M      ix.  Andrew Doig  was born on 9 Feb 1776. He died on 11 Nov 1851. See file ANDX1776.

+      295 M       x.  James Doig  was born in 1778. He died on 16 Oct 1838.

 

205. Jean Doig  (John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1738 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 18 Jun 1738 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Jean's christening were Patrick Moir and David Liddel in Murdieston.

 

Jean married Peter Cullins  on 31 Dec 1757 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Peter was born about 1732 in Scotland.

 

Peter and Jean moved to Glasgow in about 1764.

 

Peter and Jean had the following children:

           296 M        i.  John Cullins  was born in 1759 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Christening reported in 1759 (LDS film 1040115).

 

           297 F         ii.  Margaret Cullins  was born in 1760 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Apr 1760 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           298 M       iii.  William Cullins  was born in 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Mar 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           299 M      iv.  James Cullins  was born on 22 Sep 1765 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

           300 F        v.  Janet Cullins  was born in 1766 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. She was christened on 18 Dec 1766 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

 

206. James Doig  (John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1740 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Oct 1740 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died about 1804 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at James' christening were Walter Dog and David Liddel in Murdieston.

 

James attended the University of Glasgow from 1756 to 1761.

 

The following marriages are uncertain and based on age and location. He would not have been married

to Hannapele McGregor as son John was born shortly after his marriage to Margaret Stirling (i.e. son

illegitimate).

 

In 1766 James was a soldier in the 12th Regiment of Foot, British Army.

 

On 31 July 1804 Agnes Stirling residing in Gargunnock, as heir to her sister Margaret Stirling, spouse of

James Doig there, seised in the fourth part of half an acre of ground in Gargunnock, now converted into a

 

dwelling house and yard in Gargunnock, on prl cl. Con. By James Eidingtoun of Gargunnock with consent

of Anne Eidingtoun, his mother and trustee on 11 July 1804; recorded 1 Aug 1804 in Stirling.

 

On 31 Jan 1807 John Junkine, tenant in Gargunnock, and his spouse Margaret Paterson seised in fee

and liferent respectively in the fourth part of an acre of ground now converted into a dwelling house and

yard in Gargunnock, on disposition by Agnes Stirling in Gargunnock, relict of James Doig there, on 7

June 1805 to Duncan Lockhart, tenant in Leckie, dispositioned and assigned by him on 13 June 1806;

recorded 20 Mar 1807 in Stirling. [Note: The first is for ¼ of a ½ acre, and the second says ¼ of 1 acre.  It

appears Agnes Stirling married James Doig after her sister died.] From -----, "Abstract of Sasines, Stirling,

Vol. 1, 1781-1820" (LDS film #0217157).

 

James married (1) Hannapele McGregor . Hannapele was born about 1740 in Of Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      301 M        i.  John Doig  was born in 1766. He died on 5 Dec 1826.

 

James married (2) Margaret Stirling  daughter of William Stirling and Margaret Bowie on 22 Sep 1766 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. Margaret was born in 1733 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Oct 1733. She died before 1804 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           302 M        ii.  James Doig  was born in 1767 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Jun 1767 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to James' christening were were William Stirling and James McArthure.

 

James married (3) Agnes Stirling  daughter of William Stirling and Margaret Bowie. Agnes was born in 1732 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Mar 1732 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

217. Jean Shaw  (Jean Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1761 in Frew, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Feb 1761 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Jean's christening were Paul Doig and John Paterson, both Frue.

 

Jean married James McNie  son of Colin McNie and Agnes Paterson. James was born in 1741 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 3 May 1741 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to James' christening were John Ailson and Joseph McUlloch.

 

James and Jean had the following children:

           303 F         i.  Agnes McNie  was born in 1782 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Aug 1782 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           304 F         ii.  Jean McNie  was born in 1784 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 7 Nov 1784 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           305 F        iii.  Margaret McNie  was born in 1786 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Oct 1786 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           306 F       iv.  Mary McNie  was born in 1786 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Nov 1786 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           307 F        v.  James McNie  was born in 1789 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 9 Mar 1789 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           308 M      vi.  Colin McNie  was born in 1792 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Aug 1792 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Colin and his brother William came to Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada about 1820.

 

           309 M      vii.  John McNie  was born in 1797 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Apr 1797 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           310 M     viii.  William McNie  was born in 1800 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 4 Jun 1800 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Colin and his brother William came to Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada about 1820.

 

 

218. John McCulloch  (Ann Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1740 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Jul 1740 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at John's christening were the Congregation in Stirling.

 

[the following link is based on approimate age, location and a first daughter named Anna.]

 

John married Janet Stewart  on 16 Dec 1774 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born about 1753 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           311 F         i.  Anna McCulloch  was born in 1775 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Sep 1775 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           312 F         ii.  Girl McCulloch  was born in 1783 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Jan 1783 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           313 M       iii.  Boy McCulloch  was born in 1786 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 28 May 1786 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           314 M      iv.  James McCulloch  was born on 18 Feb 1787 in Perth, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Feb 1787 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.

 

220. Janet McCulloch  (Ann Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1744 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Aug 1744 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Janet's christening were James McCulloch and James McFarlane.

 

Janet married Walter Forrester  on 2 Dec 1768 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Walter was born about 1743 in Of St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           315 M        i.  Hugh Forrester  was born in 1770 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Dec 1770 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland.

           316 F         ii.  Ann Forrester  was born in 1772 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Jan 1772 in St. John Street Associate Session, Stirling, Stirling, Scotland.

           317 M       iii.  William Forrester  was born in 1787 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Aug 1787 in St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland.

 

221. James McCulloch  (Ann Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1747 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Apr 1747 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1830 in Floyd Co., IN.

James married Catherine Graham  on 16 Dec 1774 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Catherine was born about 1753 in Scotland. She died before 1830 in Floyd Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

           318 F         i.  Ann McCulloch  was born in 1775 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 15 Oct 1775 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1857 in New Brunswick, Canada.

 

Place of death uncertain.

 

Ann married Robert Spence  on 13 Nov 1804 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

           319 F         ii.  Helen McCulloch  was born in 1777 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Jun 1777 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           320 F        iii.  Hannah McCulloch  was born in 1782 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Oct 1782 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1820 in New Albany Township, Floyd Co., IN.

Hannah married James Dempster  on 9 Nov 1800 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. James was born in 1775/1776 in Of Alva, Stirling, Scotland.

 

In 1850 James lived in New Albany Township, Floyd Co., IN (page 356) with his

second wife Mary and children Edward, Sarah, and William H., and Sarah A. Higbe and

Charles A. Higbe.

 

          321 M      iv.  George McCulloch  was born about 1784 in Scotland. He died in 1825 in Floyd Co., IN.

George married Ella .

           322 F        v.  Janet McCulloch  was born about 1787 in Scotland. She died about Feb 1869 in Floyd Co., IN.

Janet married John Harkins .

+      323 M      vi.  Hugh McCulloch  was born on 2 Feb 1796. He died on 8 Apr 1851.

           324 F       vii.  Jane McCulloch  was born about 1798 in Scotland. She died on 27 Aug 1854 in Louisville, KY.

Jane married (1) Peter Carmickle  on 21 Oct 1819 in Floyd Co., IN. Peter died before 1823 in Floyd Co., IN.

Jane married (2) John N. Martin  in 1823 in Floyd Co., IN.

 

222. Isabel McCulloch  (Ann Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1750 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 23 Nov 1750 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

Isabel married Henry Mill  on 8 Jul 1768 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Henry was born about 1743 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           325 M        i.  John Mill  was born in 1769 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 13 Apr 1769 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           326 M        ii.  Thomas Mill  was born in 1770 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Jul 1770 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           327 F        iii.  Janet Mill  was born in 1772 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Mar 1772 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           328 M      iv.  James Mill  was born in 1774 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 9 Jan 1774 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           329 F        v.  Henry Mill  was born in 1775 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Dec 1775 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           330 F       vi.  Agnes Mill  was born in 1777 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 26 Oct 1777 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           331 F       vii.  Elizabeth Mill  was born in 1779 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Oct 1779 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           332 F      viii.  Mary Mill  was born in 1781 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 May 1781 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           333 M      ix.  George Mill  was born in 1783 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Jun 1783 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           334 F        x.  Isabel Mill  was born in 1785 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 24 May 1785 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           335 M      xi.  Thomas Mill  was born in 1787 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 10 Jun 1787 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           336 M      xii.  Walter Mill  was born in 1789 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Dec 1789 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

224. Elizabeth Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1751 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 20 Feb 1751 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Elizabeth's christening were Patrick McEwan, there, and John Dog in Burnside [possibly a

brother of Andrew Dog].

 

Elizabeth married James Murdoch  on 13 Nov 1773 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. James was born about 1748 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      337 F         i.  Elizabeth Murdoch  was born in 1774. She died on 4 Mar 1846.

 

225. Janet Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1753 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 15 Apr 1753 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 7 Mar 1795 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

Janet married Robert Thomson  son of Alexander Thomson on 15 Jul 1769 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Robert was born in 1744 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 3 Oct 1744 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 9 Dec 1832 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Old Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Link to father based on age at death and eldest son named Alexander.

 

Robert was a shoemaker in Doune. He was also an ordained Elder in the church on 22 May 1777. His

tombstone reads "throughout life an honest man."

 

Robert and Janet had the following children:

           338 M        i.  Alexander Thomson  was born in 1770 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Dec 1770 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           339 F         ii.  Jean Thomson  was born in 1772 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Jul 1772 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

226. Catherine Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1756 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 30 May 1756 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

Catherine married George Paterson  son of John Paterson and Elizabeth Hendrie on 3 Dec 1779 in Kippen, Stirlingshire, Scotland. George was born in 1746 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Nov 1746 in Stirling, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           340 F         i.  Elizabeth Paterson  was born in 1781 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 21 Jan 1781 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

+      341 F         ii.  Nicholas Paterson  was born in 1782. She died on 26 Jan 1849.

           342 M       iii.  John Paterson  was born in 1784 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Apr 1784 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           343 M      iv.  George Paterson  was born in 1785 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Oct 1785 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 9 Feb 1787 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           344 M       v.  Paul Paterson  was born in 1787 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Jul 1787 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

+      345 M      vi.  George Paterson  was born in 1789.

           346 F       vii.  Margaret Paterson  was born in 1791 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 27 Mar 1791 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 14 Nov 1791 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           347 M     viii.  Andrew Paterson  was born in 1792 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Oct 1792 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

 

 

227. Paul Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 11 Jun 1758 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Jun 1758 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were James Shaw and John Paterson.

 

Paul's sister, Elizabeth, married James Murdock, and their daughter, Elisabeth Murdoch, married Walter

Doig, his wife Elizabeth's brother.

 

Paul married Elizabeth Doig  daughter of Andrew Doig and Janet Doig on 8 Dec 1781 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth was born in 1759 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Jun 1759 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Elizabeth's christening were John Christie in Nethertown and James Morison in

Blackgrange.

 

Paul and Elizabeth had the following children:

+      348 F         i.  Janet Doig  was born in 1784.

+      349 M        ii.  Paul Doig  was born in 1786.

           350 M       iii.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Dec 1787 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      351 M      iv.  John Doig  was born in Dec 1789. He died on 20 Sep 1857.

           352 M       v.  Walter Doig  was born on 3 Feb 1792 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Feb 1792 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1798/1800 in Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Walter's christening were John Doig and Paul Doig of Murdistoun.

 

           353 F       vi.  Elizabeth Doig  was born on 12 Mar 1794 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 16 Mar 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      354 M      vii.  Robert Doig  was born on 7 Mar 1797. He died on 6 Sep 1858.

+      355 M     viii.  James Doig  was born on 21 Dec 1798. He died on 13 Sep 1857.

           356 M      ix.  Walter Doig  was born on 11 Dec 1800 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Dec 1800 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           357 F        x.  Janet Doig  was born on 11 Sep 1803 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Oct 1803 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

230. John Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1764 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 29 Apr 1764 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in Mar 1821 in Moyamensing, Philadelaphia Co., PA.

 

Upon arrival in America John gave an Oath of Allegiance on 13 July 1802 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia

Co., PA (LDS Film #0964579) and a Declaration of Intent for Naturalization on 9 Oct 1802 in Philadelphia.

John Doag served as a Private in the War of 1812 in Montgomery's Regiment, PA Military.

 

In 1810 John lived in Moyamensing, Philadelphia Co., PA (page 125) with family 30001-02010. In 1820

he was a stone cutter in Moyamensing (page 160) with family 021101-00101.

 

Will of John Doig:

DOIG, JOHN. Township of Moyamensing. County of Philadelphia. Stone Cutter. March 26, 1821. April 3,

1821. 7.281. Income of estate to wife: Isabella Doig she to educate the young sons: John and Thomas.

All my children: Paul, John, Thomas to have share and share alike after death of my wife. Exec: Wife:

Isabella, Andrew McCalpin. Witnesses: Michael Freytag, Samuel Bell.

 

John married Isabella Elder  daughter of Elder on 18 Apr 1795 in Balquhidder, Perth, Scotland. Isabella was born about 1775 in Of Balquhidder, Perth, Scotland. She died after 1821.

 

Isobel is probably the sister of Susannah Elder who married John's brother Andrew Doig.

 

John and Isabella had the following children:

           358 F         i.  Daughter Doig  was born in 1796/1800.

           359 F         ii.  Daughter Doig  was born in 1796/1800.

           360 M       iii.  Paul Doig  was born in 1802/1804 in Philadelphia Co., PA.

           361 M      iv.  John Doig  was born in 1804/1810 in Philadelphia Co., PA.

+      362 M       v.  Thomas Doig  was born in 1809/1810.

 

231. Andrew Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1767 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 19 Apr 1767 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died after 1841 in Of Barony, Lanark, Scotland.

 

Andrew was a farmer at Nether Broich, Kilmadock.  He moved to Kippen by 1798 and became a

journeyman mason by 1800. In 1841 Andrew was a mason living with the family of his son Paul at 5th

Flat, Williams Street, Milton "quad sacra", Barony, Lanark.

 

Andrew married Susannah Elder  daughter of Elder on 15 Sep 1793 in Kippen, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Susannah was born about 1772 in Of Balquhidder, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1841 in Scotland.

 

Susannah is probably the sister of Isobel Elder who married Andrew's brother John Doig.

 

Andrew and Susannah had the following children:

+      363 M        i.  Paul Doig  was born in 1794. He died on 28 Nov 1858.

           364 M        ii.  Thomas Doig  was born in 1796 in Nether Broich, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 10 Jul 1796 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           365 M       iii.  John Doig  was born in 1798 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Aug 1798 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He died in 1798/1800 in Scotland.

           366 M      iv.  William Doig  was born in 1798 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Aug 1798 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at William's christening were John Hall and Alexander Adam.

 

           367 M       v.  John Doig  was born in 1800 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 11 May 1800 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He died in 1800/1810 in Scotland.

           368 F       vi.  Marjory Doig  was born in 1803 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 9 Oct 1803 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           369 F       vii.  Susannah Doig  was born in 1805 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Sep 1805 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Susannah's christening were John Dougal and Hugh Mitchell.

 

+      370 M     viii.  John Doig  was born in 1810. He died in 1843/1851.

 

233. Ebenezer Doig  (Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1774 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 18 Dec 1774 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1841 in Of Lanark, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Ebenezer's christening were James Murdoch and James Shaw, both in Frew.

 

Ebenezer was a carter in Kippen, Stirlingshire.

 

Ebenezer married Janet Connel  on 4 Apr 1802 in Kippen, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Janet was born in 1774/1775 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 12 Mar 1860 in 12 Longrow, Summerlee, Old Monkland, Lanark, Scotland. She was buried in Dennyleahead Cemetery.

 

She may be the Janet Conell christened 20 Sept 1774 in Balfron, Stirlingshire, daughter of James Conell

and Margaret Brown. A James Conell was witness at the christening of her son Paul. In 1841 she lived in

Airdrie / New Monkland with her son Paul.

 

Witness to Janet's death certificate was her son-in-law Thomas Allan, who did not know the names of her

parents.

 

Ebenezer and Janet had the following children:

+      371 F         i.  Agnes Doig  was born in 1803.

+      372 M        ii.  Paul Doig  was born on 19 Apr 1807. He died on 11 Jun 1874.

+      373 F        iii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1814/1815. She died in 1876.

 

241. Jean Robertson  (Christian Paton, Margaret Doig, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 12 Jun 1743 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 12 Jun 1743 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.

Jean married Rev. James Robertson  on 21 Aug 1772 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. James was born about 1739 in Scotland.

 

He may be the James christened 7 July 1730 in Strathblane, Stirling, son of John Robertson and Jean

Maitland.

 

James Was the minister of Ratho.

 

James and Jean had the following children:

           374 F         i.  Charlotte Robertson  was born on 10 Nov 1772 in Liberton, Midlothian, Scotland. She was christened on 22 Nov 1772 in Liberton, Midlothian, Scotland.

+      375 M        ii.  Rev. James Maitland Robertson  was born on 11 May 1774. He died in 1855.

           376 M       iii.  Alexander Robertson  was born on 18 Nov 1775 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Nov 1775 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland. He died as a infant in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland.

           377 M      iv.  John Robertson  was born on 2 Mar 1777 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Mar 1777 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland.

           378 M       v.  Alexander Robertson  was born on 14 Feb 1779 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Feb 1779 in Ratho, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

246. Christain Robertson  (Christian Paton, Margaret Doig, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 18 Sep 1754 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. She was christened on 24 Sep 1754 in Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland. She died on 17 Mar 1838 in Morningside, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

The Inventory, Trust Disposition, and Settlement of Christian Deuchar, relict of David Deuchar of

Morningside, was recorded 24 May 1838 in the Edinburgh Sheriff Court (5 pages).

 

Christain married David Deuchar  son of Alexander Deuchar on 15 Sep 1776 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. David was born in 1755 in Edinburgh Blotter, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died in 1809 in Of Morningside, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

David was a seal engraver in Edinburgh. He resided at Morningside.

 

The testament testamentar of David Deuchar of Morningside, seal engraver in Edinburgh, was recorded 1

Feb 1809 in the Edinburgh Commissary Court (17 pages). An additional testament dative of David

Deuchar of Morningside, engraver in Edinburgh, was recorded 24 Aug 1810 in the Edinburgh

Commissary Court (7 pages).

 

David and Christain had the following children:

           379 M        i.  James Deuchar  was born on 13 Oct 1778 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

           380 F         ii.  Christian Deuchar  was born on 4 May 1780 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

+      381 M       iii.  Alexander Deuchar  was born in 1780. He died before 1865.

           382 M      iv.  David Deuchar  was born on 5 Jul 1781 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

In 1833 David was a Major in the 1st Royal Regiment residing in Edinburgh.

 

           383 M       v.  William Deuchar  was born on 23 May 1783 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died as a infant in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

           384 M      vi.  Patrick Deuchar  was born on 24 May 1785 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

In 1833 Patrick was a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy.

 

           385 M      vii.  John Deuchar  was born on 10 Sep 1786 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

In 1833 John was a Chemistry Lecturer, now of Morningside, residing in Edinburgh.

 

           386 M     viii.  George Deuchar  was born on 26 Dec 1787 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died as a infant in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

           387 M      ix.  George Deuchar  was born on 19 Feb 1791 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

           388 F        x.  Jean Deuchar  was born on 28 Oct 1792 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

           389 M      xi.  William Deuchar  was born on 4 Sep 1794 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died on 2 Aug 1833 in Abroad.

 

Testatment: William DEUCHAR Morningside nr Edin d abroad 2 Aug 1833. Alexander

DEUCHAR seal engraver Edin, David DEUCHAR Major 1st Royal Regt res Edin,

Patrick DEUCHAR Lieut Royal Navy res Edin & John DEUCHAR Chemistry Lecturer

now of Morningside, res Edin all brothers german.

 

 

247. Janet Doig  (James, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1682 in McOrriston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 29 Aug 1682 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Janet's christening were John Patersone and Elizabeth Patersone.

 

The following marriage is uncertain and based on age and location.

 

Janet married James Paterson  on 29 Apr 1715 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. James was born about 1682 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           390 F         i.  Helen Paterson  was born in 1717 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 14 Nov 1717 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           391 F         ii.  Margaret Paterson  was born in 1720 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Jul 1720 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

248. James Doig  (James, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1695 in McOrriston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Apr 1695 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following marriage is listed by Deuchar, although James seems a bit young.

 

James married Margaret Thomson  on 21 Feb 1712 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Margaret was born about 1691 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      392 M        i.  Walter Doig  was born in 1714. He died in 1796.

           393 M        ii.  Alexander Doig  was born in 1715 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

+      394 M       iii.  Charles Doig  was born about 1717.

           395 M      iv.  David Doig  was born about 1720 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Recorded by Deuchar.

 

255. Walter Doig  (John, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1704 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Dec 1704 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The part of the page in the parish record is torn out where this child's name appears. Witnesses were ?

Stirling and Pat. Doge. The following link to Walter Dog is based on approx. age, location, and an eldest

son named John.

 

Walter farmed in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth.

 

Walter married Jean McFarlane  on 16 Nov 1734 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Jean was born about 1713 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           396 M        i.  John Doig  was born in 1735 in Mackeanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Sep 1735 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to John's christening were John Mitchel in Buchany and John Thomson in

Balldoroch. Mother's name not given in the record.

 

+      397 F         ii.  Mary Doig  was born in 1737.

           398 M       iii.  Walter Doig  was born in 1740 in Mackeanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 17 Aug 1740 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Walter's christening were Patrick Caddel and David Dog, there.

 

+      399 F       iv.  Jean Doig  was born in 1743.

           400 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1750 in Mackeanston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 11 Mar 1750 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Elisabeth's christening were David Dog, there, and John Thomson in

McCorastoun.

 

 

256. Jean Doig  (John, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1709 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Apr 1709 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Jean's christening were John Thompson and John Lamb.

 

The following marriages are based on location, timing, and sons named John.

 

Jean married (1) John McEwan . John was born about 1705 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           401 M        i.  James McEwan  was born in 1733 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Oct 1733 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           402 M        ii.  William McEwan  was born in 1736 in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Feb 1736 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses were James Murdoch in Gartincaber and Andrew Duncanson in Lanrick.

 

           403 M       iii.  John McEwan  was born in 1738 in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Aug 1738 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           404 M      iv.  Robert McEwan  was born in 1743 in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 17 Feb 1743 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Jean married (2) James Ferguson  on 7 Mar 1746 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. James was born about 1709 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           405 F        v.  Janet Ferguson  was born in 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 29 May 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           406 F       vi.  Isabel Ferguson  was born in 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 29 May 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           407 M      vii.  John Ferguson  was born in 1749 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 30 Apr 1749 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           408 M     viii.  James Ferguson  was born in 1751 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 12 Dec 1751 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

261. Janet Doig  (Walter, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 27 Jun 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1784 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

The link to marriage to Walter Caddell is uncertain and based on location and timing.

 

The Testament Dative of Janet Dog, relict of Alexander Graham, tenant in Patrickstown, parish of

Gargunnock, was recorded 11 Feb 1784 in the Stirling Commissary Court (CC21/6/81). In it her lawful

son John Morison, tenant in Leckie, Gargunnock, was appointed executor. [Original HERE.]

 

Janet married (1) John Morison  on 13 Jan 1730 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. John was born about 1707 in Of Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He died before 1750 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

He may be the John born 5 Oct 1707 in Port of Menteith, the son of John and Margaret Morison.

 

John was a tenant in Patrickstown, Gargunnock, Stirling.

 

John and Janet had the following children:

           409 M        i.  Walter Morison  was born in 1731 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Apr 1731 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

           410 F         ii.  Girl Morison  was born in 1733 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 11 Feb 1733 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

           411 M       iii.  John Morison  was born in 1735 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 7 Aug 1735 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland.

 

John was a tenant in Leckie, Gargunnock.

 

           412 F       iv.  Jean Morison  was born in 1738 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Sep 1738 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           413 F        v.  Margaret Morison  was born in 1741 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 30 Oct 1741 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Janet married (2) Walter Caddell  on 8 Jan 1743 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Walter was born about 1708 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Janet married (3) Alexander Graham  on 2 Dec 1750 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. Alexander was born about 1704 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He died before 1784 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Alexander was a tenant Patrickstown, Gargunnock.

 

 

265. James Murdoch  (Margaret Doig, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1712 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Jun 1712 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. James married Isabel Morrison  daughter of Robert Morisone and Janet Camrone on 11 Apr 1734 in Port of Menteith, Perth, Scotland. Isabel was born in 1715 in Dull, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Aug 1715 in Dull, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           414 F         i.  Margaret Murdoch  was born in 1736 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 23 May 1736 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           415 M        ii.  Archibald Murdoch  was born in 1737 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Dec 1737 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      416 M       iii.  Archibald Murdoch  was born in 1741.

           417 M      iv.  Walter Murdoch  was born in 1743 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 18 Dec 1743 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           418 M       v.  Robert Murdoch  was born in 1751 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Apr 1751 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

266. Elizabeth Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1703 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Link to parents uncertain and suggested by Deuchar.

 

Elizabeth married James Russell . James was born about 1699 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

James farmed at Ballinton, Kilmadock.

 

James and Elizabeth had the following children:

           419 F         i.  Janet Russell  was born in 1726 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

267. Jean Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1705 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Link to parents uncertain and suggested by Deuchar.

 

Jean married John McFarlane . John was born about 1701 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

John farmed at McCreaston, Kilmadock.

 

John and Jean had the following children:

           420 F         i.  Elizabeth Isobel McFarlane  was born in 1730 in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 31 May 1730 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

Witnesses to Isobel's christening were James Martin? in McOriston and William ?.

 

           421 M        ii.  James McFarlane  was born in 1731 in McKeanstoun, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Aug 1731 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to James' christening were James Morison? in Mcoriston and William ? in

Cambus Bog.

 

           422 M       iii.  John McFarlane  was born in 1735 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 9 Feb 1735 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

He may be the John McFarlane of Doune, Kilmadock whose testament dative was

recorded 23 Jan 1802 in the Dunblane Commissary Court.

 

 

John Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1707 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died about 1788 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

John is listed as born in 1707, son of Paul Dog and Jean Paterson, by Alexander Deuchar (family records

from 1834). John Dog in Murdieston witnessed christenings in 1737 and 1750, and in Burnside (SW of

Murdieston on Goodie Water) in 1751. Brother Andrew Dog of Burnside witnessed christenings in 1744

and 1749. Father Paul named his eldest son John after his grandfather.

 

In 1744 John Doig of Burnside, farmer and horticulturist, subscribed to "A Hind Let Loose," an historical

representation of the testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the interest of Christ (Alexander Shields,

1744, Edinburgh).

 

Sasine recorded 1 Mar 1787: John Doig at Craighead, seised 17 Feb 1787 in Tenements in Thornhill, par.

Kincardine, on Disp. by Archibald Ferguson, Feuar, Thornhill, 17 Feb 1787. (P.R.St. 29.308)

 

Sasine recorded 6 June 1788: John Fisher, stockingmaker, Thornhill, seised, 4 June 1788 in one third

part of a tenement in Thornhill, par. Kincardine; on Disp. by John Doig, merchant, Thornhill, to Susanna

Coupar, his spouse, 17 May 1776; & Disp. and Assig. by her, 29 May 1788. (P.R.St. 30.106)

 

Spouse presumed wife of this John from above sasine. The following children are not found in the parish

records and are based on approx. age, location, sons named John, and links to each other.

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References used in the following portion of this family history for Margaret, Henry and Walter:

(See references for son John under his name.)

 

New Zealand

 

-----, Freeholders of New Zealand, October 1882, (Wellington: Didsbury, 1884), 32 - Jane Doig (D025).

-----, Canterbury Museum Shipping Index, (Christchurch: Canterbury Museum) [also copy of original

manifest of ship Mooltan from National Archives of New Zealand, Wellington.] - And M Doig (D026); on

the Zealandia, Robert Doig (D012); on the Royal Stewart, George Doig (D014).

-----, Christchurch Vital Statistics, (Christchurch Public Library Cardfile) - George Doig (D014).

-----, Green Island Cemetery, Dunedin - Henry Doig (D025).

-----, National Archive Official Transcript, marriage BDM 20/24 p.890 - Isabella Runciman Doig (E037).

 

-----, New Zealand Births, (Mormon Family History Center, Christchurch, NZ).

-----, New Zealand Deaths, (Mormon Family History Center, Christchurch, NZ) - Robert Doig (D012)

[Dunstan 1871-#567], George Doig (D014).

-----, Otago Provincial Records, (Wellington: NZ National Archives), Letter OP 6/6, 1859/98; OP 6/8, 1860/

148 - Henry Doig (D025).

-----, Otago Settlers Pre-1861, Val Maxwell Index - Henry Doig (D025), Andrew McInnis Doig (D026).

Brett, Sir Henry, White Wing, Vol. II, (Auckland: Brett, 1928) 238 - George Doig (D014).

Gardiner, W.J., ed., A History of Canterbury, 1854-1876, (Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1971), 184 -

R. Doig (D012).

Pinney, Robert, South Canterbury Runs, (Auckland: Reed, 1971), 163 - R. Doig (D012).

 

Scotland

 

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005), Elizabeth Doig (C009).

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Stirling, Gargunnock - James Doig (D009).

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Lanark, Glasgow - David Doig (C004).

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Cuthberts - Alexander Doig (C001), James Doig

(C006), Henry Doig (D018).

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005), Elizabeth Doig (C009), Ann

Doig (E028A).

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Lanark, Glasgow - Peter Doig (D006).

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Andrews - Henry Doig (D018).

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005).

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Barony - Peter Doig (D006), David Doig (E015), Jane Doig (E020).

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Govan - David Doig (D007), John Doig (D008), Margaret (Doig)

Sibbald (D010), Henry Doig (E006).

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Shettleston - John Doig (E023).

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Cuthberts - Henry Doig (D018).

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Argyle, Dunoon - David Doig (E015).

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Lanark, Govan - Henry Doig (E006).

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Portobello - Henry Doig (D018).

-----, Abridgment of Sasines, Perth, 1821-1830, Vol. 2 (Index #0217063, Record (#0217128) - David Doig

(C004), Jean (McInnis) Doig (C007).

-----, Edinburgh Directory, 1840/1, 1850/1 - Alexander Doig (C101).

-----, Grayfriar's Graveyard, Edinburgh Burials, (#1066748) - James Gillespie Doig (C021),          Isabella

Doig (C022), Janet Robertson Doig (C023).

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court

Books of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Lithengow, from 1846 to 1865, Inclusive, (Edinburgh: Murray &

Gibb, 1866) - John Doig (D001).

-----, Nature, November 8, 1952, 781 - Obituary of Peter Doig (E022B).

-----, Scottish Biographies, (London: Thurston, 1938), 195 - Henry Doig (F001).

-----, Scottish Old Parochial Records, Barony, Glasgow (#0104934/43), and Gorbals (#0102940/3,5) in

Lanark; Edinburgh in Mid Lothian; Aberfoyle, Callander (#0102696), Kilmadock and Kincardine in

Perthshire; Gargunnock (#0102115), Kippen (#0102121), St. Ninians (#0102126/8), and Stirling

(#1041978/9) in Stirlingshire.

 

-----, Vital Records of Scotland, Deaths - David Doig (C004), Margaret Doig (C005), James Doig (C006), 

Alexander Doig (C008), Elizabeth Doig (C009), Jane (McLeod) Doig (D006), Mary (Malcolm) Doig (D008),

James Doig (D009), Alexander Doig (C101), Mary Ann (Reid) Doig (C101), Agnes Doig (E004), Janet

Doig (E007), John Doig (E012), James Doig (E018), Peter Doig (E019), David Doig (E024), Harriet

Bradford Doig (E033), Henry (Harry) Doig (E028), John Doig (D001).

            Marriages - Margaret Doig (E017), John Doig (E023), Esther Love Doig (E031), Isabella Doig

(E032), Harriet Doig (E033).

-----, Voters Roll 1860/1, Glasgow, 15th Ward - Peter Doig (D006), Henry Doig (C102).

-----, Who's Who, 1953 - Peter Doig (E022B).

-----, Who Was Who, 1951-1960 - Peter Doig (E022B).

 

John married Susanna Coupar . Susanna was born about 1724 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1788 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      423 F         i.  Elizabeth Doig  was born about 1746. She died about 1767.

+      424 M        ii.  John Doig  was born about 1748. He died about 1807.

+      425 F        iii.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1749/1750. She died on 6 Jul 1829.

+      426 M      iv.  Henry Doig  was born about 1753. He died after 1812.

+      427 M       v.  Walter Doig  was born about 1757.

 

269. Daughter Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1709 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

Daughter married William Finlayson  son of John Finlayson. William was born about 1704 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Finlayson is not otherwise named in Deuchar's records. It is presumed he is the William named in the

testament of his father.

 

William and Daughter had the following children:

+      428 M        i.  William Finlayson  was born about 1734.

 

271. Andrew Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1715 in Burnside of Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1788/1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to Andrew's parents is based on age, location, and Scottish naming custom and confirmed by

Deuchar. Duechar has a note that Andrew was from Fife.  [In 2006 a DNA match was made between two

descendants of brother Paul to a descendant of Andrew confirming a common father.]

 

On 12 July 1749, Andrew Dog in Burnside witnessed the christening of Isabell, daughter of Archibald

 Paterson and Christian Bennet in Boghall.

 

Andrew farmed first Burnside and then Murdockstoun, nearby farms in Kilmadock Parish near Thornhill.

 

Andrew died between 1788 and 1793 and was buried in Norrieston Churchyard in Thornhill.  His

testament was recorded 25 Nov 1793 at Dunblane Commissary Court.  Son John was confirmed as heir

and was granted a promissory note of £50 owed to Andrew.  Janet was buried in the adjoining grave. 

The gravestones lie flat and taper like a coffin cover; on the top of one is a crest of a circle around

crossed knives, and the other is a circle around an open book, probably the Bible.

 

Testament of Andrew Doig (Scottish Record Office: Reference CC6/5/30, pp22-23):

The testament dative [no will] and inventory of the debt and sum of money which was addebted and

resting to the deceased Andrew Doig cede tenant in Murdochstown within the Parish of Kilmadock and

commissariat of Dunblane and the time of his decease which was in the month of [blank] seventeen

hundred and [blank] years faithfully made and given up by John Doig tenant in Murdochstown the defunct’

s son which John Doig is discerned in only executor dative qua nearest in kin to the said defunct his

zeillier by the Commisseiry. Depute of said Commissariat on the seventh day of February seventeen

hundred and eighty eight years. As an act or decreet dative made hieredment ceeirs.

Inventory: There was justly addebted and residing to this said defunct at the time of his decease foresaid

the sum of fifty pounds sterling contained in a promissory note granted to him by the deceased George

Hoomes Stewart of Argaly dated the seventh day of June seventeen hundred and eighty three years

payable at Whit Sunday then reset with the interest due thereupon.

Summa Patet: Confirmed 25th November 1793 years. Walter Doig in Murdochstown cautioner [witness].

 

Andrew married Janet Doig  daughter of John "Long John" Doig and Elizabeth Harvie. Janet was born in 1736 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 May 1736 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1793 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to Janet's christening were James Kier and David Liddel in Murdieston.

 

Andrew and Janet had the following children:

+      429 M        i.  John Doig is printed as #286.

+      430 F         ii.  Elizabeth Doig is printed as #287.

+      431 M       iii.  Paul Doig is printed as #288.

          432 M      iv.  Walter Doig is printed as #289.

+      433 M       v.  Walter Doig is printed as #290.

          434 M      vi.  Andrew Doig is printed as #291.

+      435 F       vii.  Jean Doig is printed as #292.

+      436 F      viii.  Janet Doig is printed as #293.

+      437 M      ix.  Andrew Doig is printed as #294.

+      438 M       x.  James Doig is printed as #295.

 

272. Paul Doig  (Paul, John, John, James, Paul, James, James, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1716 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to brother Andrew and thus parents Paul Dog and Elizabeth Ferguson is based on Deuchar. The

two marriages of Paul are based on approximate age, location, David Key (Kay) as witness of

christenings of children by both wives, sequence of children born, and lack of duplicate names. [In 2006 a

DNA match was made between two descendants of Paul to a descendant of brother Andrew confirming a

common father.]

 

Paul lived in Ballinton, Kilmadock.

 

References:

America

-----, 1810 U.S. Census, New York, Washington Co., p. 446 - Robert Doeg (C402). _-----, 1840 U.S.

Census, Ohio, Harrison Co., Cadiz Twp., p. 148 - James R. Doig (D406). _-----, 1850 U.S. Census, New

York, Washington Co., Whitehall, p. 33 - Robert Doig Jr. (D405); Hebron, p. 300 - John Doig (D402), and

p. 413 - Robert Doig (C402). _-----, 1860 U.S. Census, Iowa, Washington Co., Washington twp, p.249 - J.

R. Doig (D406). _-----, 1860 U.S. Census, New York, Washington Co., Cambridge, p. 43 - Thomas Doig

(D404); Cambridge, p. 433 - David Doig (D407); Salem, P. 638 - John B. Doig (D402); Whitehall, p. 73 -

Robert Doig (D405). _-----, 1870 U.S. Census, New York, Washington Co., Salem, p. 485 - John B. Doig

(D402); Whitehall, p. 578 - Robert Doig (D405). _-----, 1880 U.S. Census, Iowa, Washington Co.,

Franklin Twp. - M. C. Doig (E432); Washington Twp. - _Marian L. Doig (E440). _-----, 1900 U.S. Census,

California, Los Angeles Co., Los Angeles - Andrew H. Doig (E431). _-----, 1900 U.S. Census, California,

San Diego Co., San Diego - Robert L. Doig (E424). _-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Kansas, Comanche Co.,

Coldwater - James G. Doig (E429). _-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Kansas, Russell Co., Russell - John R.

Doig (E420). _-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Minnesota, Polk Co., Crookston - Rolla W. Doig (E428). _-----,

1900 U.S. Census, Vermont, Rutland Co., West Haven - Ella J. Doig (E416). _-----, 1910 U.S. Census,

California, Alameda Co., Oakland - Rolla W. Doig (E419). _-----, 1910 U.S. Census, California, San

Diego Co., County - John R. Doig (E420). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, California, Alameda Co., Oakland -

R. Wallace Doig (E428). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, California, Los Angeles Co., Huntington Park - A. Hal

Doig (E431). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, California, San Diego Co., County - Nell E. Doig (E420); Robert L.

Doig (E424). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, Iowa, Washington Co., Howard S. Doig (F417), and Henry Moses

Doig (F419). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, New York, Rockland Co., Nyack - Adelaide Doig (E416), and

Arthur K. Doig (F406). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, New York, Washington Co., Whitehall - Ella Doig (E416),

George Doig (F403). _-----, 1920 U.S. Census, Washington, Pierce Co., Camp Lewis - Arthur Doig (F408)

. _-----, American Men & Women of Science, 12th ed., (1973), 560 - Jameson Wallace Doig (G413). _----

-, American Men of Science - The Physical Sciences, 9th ed., (1955) - John Robert Doig (G413). _-----,

An Illustrated History of Southern California, (Chicago: Lewis, 1890), 324 - Dr. J. R. Doig (E420). _-----,

California Alumni Association, 1988 - Mrs J. Rufus Doig (F413). _-----, California Death Index, (State of

Calif., Dept. of Public Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics) - John R. Doig (E420); _Nell E. Doig (E420);

Robert L. Doig (E424). _-----, Chicago City Directory - 1905 - R. Wallace Doig (E428). _-----,

Contemporary Authors, Volumes 37-40, First Revision, 137 - Jameson W. Doig (G413). _-----, Index to

 

John R. Doig (E420). _-----, Los Angeles City Directory, 1899 - A. Haldane Doig (E431). _-----, Men of

the State of California 1900-1902, (San Francisco: Pacific Art Co., 1901), 207 - _Photo of Robert Leeper

Doig, M.D. (E424). _-----, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. XXXVII, 1906,

(New York: N.Y. Genealogical _and Biographical Society, 1906), 274 - Margaret W. Doig (D402); Peter

Doig (E406). _-----, Official Army Register, 1913 and 1918 - Arthur H. Doig (F408). _-----, San Diego City

Directory, 1892-1915 - A.H. Doig (E431); Arthur H. Doig (F408); J.R. Doig (E420); _Robt. L. Doig (E424);

R.W. Doig (E428). _-----, Social Security Death Register - J. Doig (F413); Ronald Doig (G416). _-----,

The Past and Present in Warren County, Illinois, (Chicago: Kett, 1877), 157, 169 - James R. Doig (D406).

_-----, U.S. Pension Records, (L.D.S. microfilm). 24 Nov 1878 - Invalid: Appl. #274619, Cert. #182396,

John S. Doig _(E407); 31 Oct 1908 - Widow: Appl. #907130, Cert. #672383, NY, Elizabeth M. Doig

(E407); 12 Dec 1898 Invalid: _Appl. #1213928, Cert. #998099, KS, John R. Doig (E420); 4 Jan 1912 -

Widow: Appl. #977861, Cert. #737537, CA, _Nell E. Doig (E420). _-----, Who Was Who, Vol. V, 189 -

James Rufus Doig (F413). _-----, World Who's Who in Commerce and Industry, 1964-5, (Chicago:

Marquis, 1963), 332 - James Rufus Doig (F413). _Anderson, George Baker, Landmarks of Rensselaer

County, New York, (Syracuse, NY: Mason, 1897), 201 - John S. Doig (E407). _Boughton, Willis A., An

Informative Index: The Names of Persons and Their Essential Genealogical Data, as given in the

Boughton-Boughton Family, by James Boughton, 1890, (Fort Lauderdale, FL: Boughton, 1958), 95, 99 -

John B. Doig (D407). _Douglass, History of Wayne County, Ohio, (1878), 848 - Rev. J. R. Doig (D406).

_Guinn, J. M., History of California and an Extended History of the Southern Coast Counties, (Los

Angeles: Historical Record Co., 1907), 1340, 1343 - John R. Doig, M.D. (E420). _Hanna, Charles A.,

Historical Collections of Harrison County, in the State of Ohio, (New York: Private, 1900 [Reprinted -

Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1975]), 149-50, 321 - James Rolla Doig (D406); Ester B. Doig (D406).

_Henderson, John McClenahan, The John McClenahan Folk, (Pittsburgh: United Presbyterian Board of

Pub., 1912), 114 - Mrs. Rev. Dr. Doig (D406). _Hill, William H., History of Washington County, New York,

The Gibson Papers, (Fort Edwards, NY: Honeywood Press, 1932), 135-6 - John B. Doig (D402). _Kress,

George H., A History of the Medical Profession of Southern California, (Los Angeles: Times Mirror, 1910),

128 - Robert Leeper Doig (E424). _Munsell, Joel, ed., History of Albany, (Albany: Munsell, 1865), 428 -

Rev. J. R. Doig (D406). _Sibley, Robert, ed., The Golden Book of California, (Berkeley: Calif. Alumni

Assoc., 1937), 372 - J. Rufus Doig (F413); Mrs. J. Rufus Doig (F413); Lucretia Doig (E428).

Newspaper Articles: _Los Angeles Times, 3 Feb 1929, 17 Feb 1929 - Wedding of James Rufus Doig

(F413). _Los Angeles Times, 25 Nov 1939 - Traffic Accident of Nell Doig (E420). _The New York Times,

11 Mar 1962, p. 87 - Obituary of Mrs. Arthur H. Doig (F408). _The New York Times, 24 Sept 1969, p. 47 -

Obituary of James R. Doig (F413). _San Diego Union, 17 Jan 1892, 11 June 1893, 11 Apr 1894 - Dr. J.

R. Doig (E420). _San Diego Union, 13 May 1936 - Obituary of Dr. Robert L. Doig (E424). _San Diego

Union, 25 Nov 1939, 26 Nov 1939 - Obituary of Nell E. Doig (E420). _San Diego Union, 18 Jan 1943 -

Obituary of Arthur H. Doig (F408). _San Diego Union, 14 Mar 1944 - Obituary of Adda P. Doig (E424).

_San Diego Union, 29 June 1967 - Obituary of Nell (Doig) Woodworth (F409).

Unpublished Sources: _Hemsing, Betty (H403), E-mail 4 July 1999, 10 July 1999. _Hulme, Naomi

(G414), Telephone conversation, 11 July 1996, Letter dated 13 Aug 1996. _McEahron, Doris, "Doig

Family and The Sarah Doig Branch," typewritten by County Historian, Washington Co., NY, 1991, 4

pages.

 

Scotland

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Marion Doig (C407). _-----, Old Parochial Records,

 

Kilmadock (0102737/8), Kincardine (#0102741).

 

Paul married (1) Marion Robertson . Marion was born about 1716 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She died about 1740 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

See file PAUL1713 for more of this family.

 

They had the following children:

+      439 M        i.  Walter Doig  was born in 1738.

+      440 M        ii.  Thomas Doig  was born in 1738. He died about 1798.

           441 M       iii.  John Doig  was born in 1740 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Feb 1740 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at John's christening were John Miller and David Key.

 

 

Paul married (2) Janet McArthur  on 5 Jun 1742 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born about 1718 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

She may be the Janet McArthur christened 18 Feb 1718 in Callander, Perth, the daughter of Patrick

McArthur and Janet Thomson; her parents were married 22 May 1711 in Callander.

 

 

Paul and Janet had the following children:

           442 M      iv.  James Doig  was born in 1743 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 25 Jun 1743 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at James' christening were Walter Dog and David Kay.

 

           443 F        v.  Jean Doig  was born in 1745 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 19 Apr 1745 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Jean's christening were David Key and David McFarlane.

 

           444 M      vi.  Paul Doig  was born in 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Aug 1747 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were David Key and John Key.

 

+      445 M      vii.  Peter Doig  was born in 1749. He died on 9 Apr 1838.

+      446 F      viii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1752.

 

273. James Harvie  (James Harvie, Elizabeth Muschet, Margaret Doig, James, James, James, John, James, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1681 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

The link to father is uncertain and based on approx. age, location, and an eldest son named James.

 

James married Marion Milne  on 15 Oct 1706 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Marion was born about 1685 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

James and Marion had the following children:

           447 F         i.  Janet Harvie  was born in 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 15 Jul 1708 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           448 M        ii.  James Harvie  was born in 1710 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Jan 1710 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1710/1727 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

+      449 F        iii.  Elizabeth Harvie  was born in 1710.

           450 F       iv.  Mary Harvie  was born in 1713 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 30 Oct 1713 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           451 M       v.  George Harvie  was born in 1715 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 6 Jan 1715 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           452 F       vi.  Marrion Harvie  was born in 1717 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 28 Nov 1717 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           453 F       vii.  Katrin Harvie  was born in 1719 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Dec 1719 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           454 F      viii.  Christian Harvie  was born in 1722 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 16 Sep 1722 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           455 M      ix.  James Harvie  was born in 1727 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Aug 1727 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           456 F        x.  Jean Harvie  was born in 1727 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 1 Aug 1727 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

 

Thirteenth Generation

 

274. Ann Fortescue  (Catherine Stirling, Patrick Stirling, Charles Stirling, Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1764.

Ann married (1) Brodie Hepworth  on 20 May 1783 in St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London, England. Brodie was born about 1758.

 

They had the following children:

           457 M        i.  Thomas Alexander Hepworth  was born on 26 Nov 1788 in England. He was christened on 15 Jul 1800 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England. He died Young.

           458 F         ii.  Katherine Stirling Hepworth  was born on 26 Oct 1789 in England. She was christened on 15 Jul 1800 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London. She died Young.

           459 F        iii.  Margaret Douglas Hepworth  was born on 19 Mar 1791 in England. She was christened on 15 Jul 1800 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England.

Margaret married Major Joseph Bethune  on 12 Apr 1817 in St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London, England. Joseph was born about 1791.

           460 M      iv.  Faithful Adrian Hepworth  was born on 8 Mar 1793 in England. He was christened on 15 Jul 1800 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England.

 

Ann married (2) John Taylor  on 30 Dec 1800 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England. John was born about 1762.

 

They had the following children:

+      461 M       v.  John Stirling Francis Taylor  was born on 29 Aug 1802.

 

276. Catherine Fortescue  (Catherine Stirling, Patrick Stirling, Charles Stirling, Christian Doig, David, James, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born about 1772.

Catherine married Ewen Cameron  on 23 Mar 1793 in St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London, England. Ewen was born about 1768.

 

Ewin was a merchant in Glasgow.

 

Ewen and Catherine had the following children:

           462 F         i.  Catherine Stirling Cameron  was born on 12 Sep 1794 in England. She was christened on 22 Oct 1794 in St. Olave Hart Street, London, London, England.

Catherine married Charles Ross Nairne  on 25 Nov 1816 in Gorbals, Lanark, Scotland. Charles was born about 1791.

+      463 F         ii.  Mary Cameron  was born about 1796.

 

John Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 15 Dec 1756 in Burnside of Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 26 Dec 1756 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1815 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to John's christening were Walter Dog and James Morison in Blackgrange.

 

John purchased seat 38 at the Chapel of Ease, Norrieston for a cost of £6-11s -11¾d.  His first payment

was made on June 13 1812 amounting to £2-2s-3d and his final payment on April 1815 was £0-5s-7d. 

Thus making a total of £6-12s. The seat was sold to William Taylor of Norrieston on 3 Apr 1818.

 

John was buried next to his parents in Norrieston Churchyard in Thornhill.

 

John married Janet Buchanan  daughter of John Buchanan and Janet Waddel on 3 Mar 1787 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born in 1770 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 27 Jan 1770 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She died before 1822 in Canada. She was buried in Upper Lachute Churchyard, Lachute, Quebec, Canada.

 

Witnesses at Janet's christening were Duncan Buchanan and John McLeish, both of Cambusbeg.

 

After John's death, Janet took her son, Paul, and eight daughters to Canada in 1817; with her were sister,

Bella Buchanan, and brother, Thomas.  Son Andrew is thought to have gone to Australia, and John, as

the eldest remaining son, stayed to farm at Murdieston.  Robert is not known to have moved with the

family to Canada on the first trip.

 

Janet settled with her family about 40 miles north of Montreal, east of Lachute, St. Jerusalem Parish,

Argenteuil Co., Quebec, along the North River, on the road to St. Jerome, at Upper Lachute.

 

John and Janet had the following children:

+      464 F         i.  Janet Doig  was born in 1788.

           465 M        ii.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Mar 1789 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Andrew's christening were Paul Doig of Murdockstoun and Andrew

McArthur at Walburne.

 

Andrew is thought to have gone to Australia. He died with no children.

 

           466 F        iii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born in 1790 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 17 Jan 1790 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died after 1817.

 

Witnesses at Elisabeth's christening were Walter Doig and Paul Doig of Murdockstown.

 

Elisabeth came to Canada with her mother in 1817. She died young.

 

+      467 M      iv.  John Doig  was born on 10 Jul 1792. He died on 9 Mar 1876.

           468 M       v.  Paul Doig  was born on 13 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 19 May 1793 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died as a infant in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      469 F       vi.  Amelia Doig  was born in 1794. She died on 6 Mar 1856.

+      470 M      vii.  Paul Doig  was born on 19 Jun 1797. He died on 15 Feb 1863.

+      471 F      viii.  Jean Doig  was born on 13 Oct 1799. She died on 27 Aug 1874.

+      472 F       ix.  Margaret Doig  was born on 20 Feb 1802. She died on 3 Jun 1883.

+      473 F        x.  Isabella Doig  was born on 24 May 1804. She died on 3 Sep 1873.

          474 M      xi.  Robert Doig  was born on 15 Aug 1806 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 17 Aug 1806 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Robert's christening were Paul Doig and Robert Buchannan.

 

+      475 F       xii.  Mary Doig  was born on 21 May 1809.

+      476 F      xiii.  Helen Doig  was born on 25 Jun 1811. She died on 25 Mar 1851.

 

287. Elizabeth Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1759 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Jun 1759 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Elizabeth's christening were John Christie in Nethertown and James Morison in

Blackgrange.

 

Elizabeth married Paul Doig  son of Paul Doig and Elizabeth McAllister on 8 Dec 1781 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Paul was born on 11 Jun 1758 in Easter Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Jun 1758 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were James Shaw and John Paterson.

 

Paul's sister, Elizabeth, married James Murdock, and their daughter, Elisabeth Murdoch, married Walter

Doig, his wife Elizabeth's brother.

 

Paul and Elizabeth had the following children:

+      477 F         i.  Janet Doig is printed as #348 on page 106.

+      478 M        ii.  Paul Doig is printed as #349 on page 106.

           479 M       iii.  Andrew Doig is printed as #350 on page 75.

+      480 M      iv.  John Doig is printed as #351 on page 108.

           481 M       v.  Walter Doig is printed as #352 on page 75.

           482 F       vi.  Elizabeth Doig is printed as #353 on page 75.

+      483 M      vii.  Robert Doig is printed as #354 on page 109.

+      484 M     viii.  James Doig is printed as #355 on page 110.

           485 M      ix.  Walter Doig is printed as #356 on page 75.

           486 F        x.  Janet Doig is printed as #357 on page 75.

 

288. Paul Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 11 Feb 1762 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1844 in Meadowhead, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Witnesses at Paul's christening were James Robertson and Nicol Millar in Thornhill.

 

Paul later listed as "of Norrieston Moss-side & tenant of Murdiestoun." On 15 June 1830 Paul sasined a

part of the lands of Easter Boquhapple called the Easter and Wester Moss Side of Norrieston with the

piece of ground called the Molland and the Moss belonging to the lands of Norrieston, on disposition of

James McGibbon of Greenyards on 23 Jan 1822, recorded 16 June 1830 in Perth.

 

In the 1837 voter's registers Paul is listed of Mosside. In 1841 Paul was living with his daughter, Janet,

and her husband, James McArthur, at Meadowhead.

 

Paul died in 1844; his son, Andrew, was heir. His testament was recorded 18 Nov 1844 in the Dunblane

Sheriff Court.

 

John and Janet's oldest son, John Paterson, married Jean Doig.

 

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Some References used in this Family History:

 

Canada

 

-----, 1851 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig.

-----, 1861 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig; Tuckersmith               Twp. - Isabella

(Doig) Bell.

-----, 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig; Tuckersmith               Twp. - Paul Doig.

-----, 1881 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Robert Doig, Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. -

Robert McArthur, Catherine (Campbell) Doig, Isabella (Doig) Bell, Margaret P. (Doig) Cooper.

-----, 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. - Robert Bell,

Margaret P. (Doig) Cooper.

-----, 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Huron Co., Hay Twp. - Paul Doig; Tuckersmith Twp. - Robert C.

Doig.

-----, Ontario Archives Land Record Index, (28 Feb 1979) - Paul Doig.

Dilts, Bryan Lee, 1848 and 1850 Canada West (Ontario) Census Index, (Salt Lake City: Index Pub., 1984)

- Robert Doig.

 

Jamaica

 

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court

Books of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Lithengow, from 1846 to 1865 Inclusive, (Edinburgh: Murray &

Gibb, 1866), Trelawny, Jamaica, 47. 11.9.45 - Paul Doig.

-----, The Paul Doig Jamaican Connection (By the descendants of Paul Doig in Jamaica, unpublished,

1992) - Paul Doig.

-----, Will of Paul Doig, signed 14 Mar 1840 in Jamaica - Paul Doig.

Dobson, David, Scottish-American Wills 1650-1900, (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub., 199), 30 - Paul Doig.

Kingston Newspaper ?, Date ?, "Trelawny's Illustrious William Fitz-Ritson" - William Fitz-Ritson.

 

Scotland

 

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock Parish, Meadowhead - Paul Doig, Janet Doig, Jean

Doig.

 

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Thornhill - James Doig; Moss Side - Andrew

Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Mill of Goody - Agnes Doig.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Menteith - James Doig.

-----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Wester Boquhapple - John Doig; Mill of

Goodie - Paul Doig; Thornhill - Christina (Campbell) Doig.

-----, 1881 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

-----, 1891 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

 

-----, Abridgement of Sasines, Perth, Vol. 4, 1841-1845, (Film #0217128, index #0217063) - Paul Doig,

Andrew Doig, Janet Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

-----, Commercial Directory & Topography of Scotland, (London: Slater, 1860), 1114 - John Doig.

-----, Decennial Indexes to the Services of Heirs in Scotland, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb), copies of

original documents obtained - Paul Doig (L301); Andrew Doig.

-----, Index to the Inventories of the Personel Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Copmmissary Court

Books of Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth, Clackmannan, Kinross, and Stirling, from 1846 to 1867, Inclusive,

(Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1868), 184 (Film #1368216) - Andrew Doig [1846-F158]; John Doig [1866-

H1235]; James Doig [1862-H695].

-----, Kilmadock Parish Record, (Edinburgh: New Records House - microfilm of original).

-----, Kincardine Parish Record, (Edinburgh: New Records House - microfilm of original).

-----, Old Parochial Registers, Kippen (#0102121).

-----, Owners of Lands and Heritages, 1872-3 Return, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1874), 162 - Paul Doig.

-----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1832, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1832) - John Doig, Paul Doig.

-----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1837, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1837) - John Doig, Robert

Doig.

-----, Scottish Vital Records, Deaths, (Edinburgh: Registry House), microfilms of original documents -

Agnes (Anderson) Doig, John Doig, Paul Doig, David Doig.

Mitchell, John Fowler & Sheila, Monumental Inscriptions (Pre-1855) in South Perthshire, (Edinburgh:

Scottish Genealogy Society, 1974) - John Dewer.

 

United States

 

-----, Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1846 - Paul Doig.

Cloyd, Iris, ed., Who's Who Among Black Americans, (Detroit: Gale Research, 1990/91), 349 - Elmo

Henry Doig.

 

Paul married Janet Paterson  daughter of John Paterson and Janet Buchanan on 11 Nov 1786 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Janet was born in 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 19 Oct 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 4 Jun 1833 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      487 M        i.  Andrew Doig  was born in 1787. He died on 23 Sep 1846.

+      488 F         ii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1789. She died on 14 Oct 1872.

          489 M       iii.  John Doig  was born in 1791 in Kilmadock Churchyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Apr 1791 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 12 Oct 1866 in Wester Boquhapple, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1841 John was a farmer at Spittaltoun, Kilmadock; he had one servant.  John

purchased the 29 acre farm and quarry at Wester Boquhapple near Thornhill on 30 Aug

1842, recorded 22 Oct 1842 in Perth.  In 1851 and 1861 he farmed there with two

servants.

 

Paul's testament was recorded 22 Nov 1866 in the Dunblane Sheriff Courth. His land

was inherited by his nephew, Paul Doig.

 

+      490 M      iv.  Paul Doig  was born on 13 May 1793. He died in 1845.

+      491 F        v.  Elizabeth Doig  was born on 4 Feb 1796.

+      492 F       vi.  Margaret Doig  was born on 7 May 1799. She died on 6 Dec 1877.

+      493 M      vii.  James Doig  was born on 25 Nov 1801. He died on 14 Oct 1860.

+      494 M     viii.  Robert Doig  was born on 6 May 1806. He died on 16 May 1887.

 

290. Walter Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1767 in Murdieston, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Feb 1767 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 26 Dec 1839 in Bovina, Delaware Co., NY. He was buried in Old United Presbyterian Cemetery, Bovina, Delaware Co., NY.

 

Witnesses at Walter's christening were John Henderson and John Murdoch, both of Murdockstown.

 

Walter came via Washington Co., NY to Bovina, Delaware Co., NY by 1809.

 

From an unsent and undated letter from Robert Winget: "I saw Walter Doig going up to Dulhigh [Delhi],

and I hear that he is on a farm. I saw James Doig going up since, the other James Doig, David's son.

They told me going to take the land, but I have heard nothing of them since. They all well ther in May.

Walter Maxwell and his family is well. John Fergusion and that family." (The Wingate-Winget family in

America, by Esther M. Winget Warner, 1931) The letter also notes a brother Andrew Winget.

 

Walter married Elizabeth Murdoch  daughter of William Murdoch and Elizabeth Buchanan on 8 Nov 1797 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth was born in 1767 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 17 May 1767 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 22 Feb 1843 in Bovina, Delaware Co., NY. She was buried in Old Up Cemetery, Bovina, Delaware Co., NY.

 

Elizabeth died at age 77.

 

Walter and Elizabeth had the following children:

+      495 M        i.  Andrew Doig  was born on 17 Sep 1798. He died on 25 Oct 1865.

+      496 F         ii.  Elizabeth Doig  was born on 11 Jul 1800. She died on 23 Nov 1861.

+      497 F        iii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1802. She died in Oct 1854.

+      498 F       iv.  Margaret Doig  was born about 1807. She died in 1840/1842.

+      499 M       v.  William Doig  was born on 5 Oct 1809. He died on 7 Apr 1872.

+      500 M      vi.  James T. Doig  was born on 1 Jun 1813. He died in Feb 1878.

 

292. Jean Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1771 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 8 Mar 1771 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in Culmore, Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was buried in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

Jean married John Paterson  son of John Paterson and Janet Buchanan on 2 Jul 1791 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. John was born in 1768 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Oct 1768 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 4 Jun 1833 in Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

+      501 F         i.  Janet Paterson  was born on 28 Jun 1792. She died in 1820.

+      502 M        ii.  John Paterson  was born on 12 Feb 1794.

+      503 F        iii.  Jean Paterson  was born on 26 Mar 1796. She died on 11 Jun 1857.

+      504 M      iv.  Andrew Paterson  was born on 28 Mar 1798.

+      505 M       v.  Robert Paterson  was born on 16 May 1800. He died on 24 Jul 1884.

+      506 M      vi.  James Paterson  was born on 18 Jun 1802.

+      507 M      vii.  Walter Paterson  was born on 16 Mar 1805. He died on 20 Jun 1874.

+      508 F      viii.  Elisabeth Paterson  was born on 27 May 1807.

+      509 M      ix.  George Paterson  was born on 6 Mar 1809. He died in 1899.

          510 M       x.  Paul Paterson  was born on 6 Mar 1809 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Mar 1809 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul moved to Tasmania.

 

          511 M      xi.  Alexander Paterson  was born on 28 Apr 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 28 May 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Alexander married a London lady.

 

+      512 F       xii.  Margaret Paterson  was born on 23 Apr 1813. She died in 1886.

+      513 F      xiii.  Marjory Paterson  was born on 4 Sep 1816.

 

Janet Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1772/1773 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 6 Oct 1840 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

Four of their children who died in early youth, James, James, Jean, and --- are buried with Janet and

James,

 

Janet married James Murdoch  son of Archibald Murdoch and Elizabeth Paterson on 28 Dec 1796 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. James was born in 1770 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 23 Dec 1770 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 20 Oct 1856 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

 

James was a farmer at the Carse of McOrriston. In 1841 he farmed at Maccoriston, Deanston, Kilmadock

with children James and Jane, and Duncan McFarlane, and John and William Dun. In 1851 he farmed 60

acres at Maccoriston Carse with children Jean and James, nephew Duncan McFarlane, nieces Janet and

Jean McFarland, and great-grandchildren Janet, Isabella, Jean, and George McGowan, and employing

laborer John Doig.

 

James and Janet had the following children:

+      514 F         i.  Janet Murdoch  was born on 12 Oct 1797. She died on 6 Oct 1858.

           515 M        ii.  Archibald Murdoch  was born on 3 Apr 1799 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Apr 1799 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           516 M       iii.  Andrew Murdoch  was born on 9 Jun 1800 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 22 Jun 1800 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1869 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

In 1851 Andrew farmed 80 acres at Boghall, Kilmadock, Perth with his sister Isabella

and employed 2 laborers and a house servant.

 

+      517 F       iv.  Elisabeth Murdoch  was born on 26 Mar 1802.

           518 F        v.  Jean Murdoch  was born on 1 Nov 1803 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 13 Nov 1803 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1803/1816 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           519 M      vi.  James Murdoch  was born on 26 Jul 1806 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 10 Aug 1806 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1806/1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

           520 F       vii.  Isabella Murdoch  was born on 6 Apr 1809 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Apr 1809 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1857 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

          521 M     viii.  James Murdoch  was born on 12 Feb 1811 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 21 Feb 1811 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in 1811/1817 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was buried in Norrieston Churchyard, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.

+      522 F       ix.  Jean Murdoch  was born on 7 Mar 1816. She died on 31 Jan 1885.

+      523 M       x.  James Murdoch  was born on 13 Dec 1817.

 

294. Andrew Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 9 Feb 1776 in Murdieston Farm, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Feb 1776 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 11 Nov 1851 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. He was buried in Lowville Rural Cemetery, Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

 

Witnesses at Andrew's christening were James Wingate of Balloonton and John Henderson.  Andrew

later gave his birth date as 29 Feb as 1776 was a leap year; this was probably as a joke where he only

aged one year in four.

 

Andrew arrived in Washington County, New York in the late 1790s.  He was a teacher and surveyor.  He

married first Annis Wheeler in 1798.  In 1799 they lived in Salem, NY.  In 1800 they lived in Argyle,

Washington Co., NY (page 482) with 1 male under 10, 3 males 16-26, and under 10; Andrew and Annis

were 26-45.

 

In 1801 Robert Doig (1773-1852)  arrived in New York from Thornhill, Perthshire.  Robert stayed at the

home of Andrew and Annis, which was then two or three miles southwest of East Greenwich.

 

Annis died in 1805, and the new father was left with two small children to raise.  The young Paul was left

with a relative, James Shaw, who later adopted the boy.

 

Andrew married second Polly Thompson in 1807. In 1809 Andrew, Polly and Andrew Wheeler moved to

Lowville in the newly opened Lewis County, and there they raised their family.  In 1810 Andrew is listed in

Lewis Co., page 116 (11010-00100-00). In 1820 (page 27) (100010-20110-0100); he lived between

Seymour Murray and Edward Thompson. He appears in the 1825 NY State Cenus in Lowville. Andrew is

listed in Lowville, Lewis Co. in the 1835 NY State Census. In 1840 he lived in Lowville (page 38) with his

wife, one son, and one daughter. By 1850 the children had all moved out, and the value of Andrew's

property was $2,000.00.

 

Andrew became a naturalized citizen of the U.S. on 17 Sept 1828 in Lowville (File #A14).

 

Andrew married (1) Annis Wheeler  daughter of Ephraim Wheeler and Azuba Eager. Annis was born on 16 Jul 1767 in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., MA. She died in 1805 in Washington Co., NY.

 

In 1790 there were five Wheelers in Washington Co., NY: Thomas Wheeler (Hebron - 1/1/3 ); Ephraim

Wheeler (Salem - 2/2/6); Edward Wheeler (Salem - 1/0/5); Samuel Wheeler (Westfield - 1/1/4); and

William Wheeler (Westfield - 1/1/1). William and Samuel lived next to each other. [males 16+/males under

16/females]

 

The link to father Ehphraim is based on his having a daughter Annes and having lived and died in

Washington Co., NY. Although this Annes was 9 years older than Andrew, there may not have been a lot

choices for partners at that time.

 

Andrew and Annis had the following children:

+      524 M        i.  Andrew Wheeler Doig  was born on 24 Jul 1799. He died on 11 Jul 1875.

+      525 M        ii.  Paul Doig  was born on 22 Apr 1801. He died on 6 Sep 1870.

 

Andrew married (2) Polly Thompson  daughter of Edward Thompson Jr. and Sarah Moses on 7 Jul 1807 in NY. Polly was born in Mar 1784 in CT. She died on 17 Sep 1873 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. She was buried in Lowville Rural Cemetery, Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

 

The link to father is base on Edward Thompson living near Andrew Doig in Lowville, and the age of

Edward and having a daughter her age in 1790 in Granby, CT. In 1850 census Polly is listed from

Scotland. In 1860 Polly (71 CT) lived with her son John in Lowville. In 1880 her daughter Betsey reported

her born in CT, and daughter Janette reported her born in VT.

 

Andrew and Polly had the following children:

+      526 M       iii.  James Doig  was born on 30 May 1808. He died on 19 Jul 1869.

           527 M      iv.  Almond Doig  was born on 14 Mar 1810 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. He died on 19 Mar 1810 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

+      528 F        v.  Betsey Doig  was born on 10 Oct 1811. She died on 29 Oct 1887.

           529 F       vi.  Polly A. Doig  was born on 26 Jan 1814 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. She died on 11 Sep 1815 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

+      530 F       vii.  Janette Ann Doig  was born on 10 Apr 1816. She died on 19 Oct 1895.

+      531 M     viii.  John C. Doig  was born on 15 May 1820. He died on 15 Nov 1867.

           532 M      ix.  Estro Doig  was born about Oct 1821 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. He died about Aug 1822 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

 

Estro was born in Oct and died in August following his birth.

 

295. James Doig  (Janet Doig, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1778 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Jul 1778 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 16 Oct 1838 in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY. He was buried on 7 Sep 1869 in Lowville Rural Cemetery, Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

 

Witnesses at James' christening were James Wingate and Thomas Wingate in Balloonton.

 

In 1820 James lived in Lowville, Lewis Co., NY (page 26) with a son under 10, 2 males 26-45, and a wife

45+.  He became a naturalized citizen of the US on 17 Sept 1828 in Lowville.  In 1830 James, age 50-60,

 

lived in Lowville (page 390) with a wife, 40-50, a son, 15-20, a daughter 5-10, and 2 daughters 15-20.  He

is listed in Lowville in the 1835 NY State Census.

 

James had the following children:

           533 M        i.  Son Doig  was born in 1810/1815 in Of Lowville, Lewis Co., NY.

+      534 F         ii.  Jane Doig  was born on 20 Dec 1820. She died on 22 Mar 1841.

 

James married (2) Margaret Montgomery  on 18 Aug 1828 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. Margaret was born in 1781/1783 in VT. She died in 1866 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. She was buried in Utica, Oneida Co., NY.

 

The Pension of Ezra King, 3rd Lt. in the War of 1812, to his widow Margaret was effective in 1817.

 

From the pension record: "She [Margaret Doig] further declares that after the death of the said [Ezra] King,

to wit, on the eighteenth day of August, eighteen hundred and twenty eight she was married to James

Doig by the Revd Alexander Prondfit of Salem, Washington County, a clergyman of the Presbyterian

Church and that the said Doig died in Lowville, in the County of Lewis, New York, on the sixteenth day of

October 1838. That she had not children by her second husband the said James Doig."

 

In 1850 Margaret Doig (57 VT) worked in the Orphan Asylum, Utica, Oneida Co., NY. In the 1858-9 Utica

Directory Mrs. Margaret Doig boarded at 91 John. In 1860 Margaret Doig (78 VT) lived in Lyons, Ionia Co.,

MI with her son Ezra C. King (carpenter, 51 NY), his wife Clarissa (45 NY) and Matilda Penman (9,

birthplace unknown).

 

301. John Doig  (James, John "Long John", Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1766 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 31 Oct 1766 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 5 Dec 1826 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. He was buried in Gargunnock Churchyard, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Witnesses to John's christening were George Galbreath and James McQueen.

 

The link to parents is uncertain and based on age and location.

 

John was a laborer in the village of Gargunnock.

 

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Some References used in this Family History:

 

-----, 1841 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Gargunnock - John McNair.

-----, 1851 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Gargunnock - John McNair.

-----, Old Parochial Records, Gargunnock (#0102115) - Margaret Doig.

Mitchell, John Fowler & Sheila, "Monumental Inscriptions (Pre-1855) in West Stirlingshire," (Edinburgh:

Scottish Genealogy Society, 1970), Gargunnock, 130 - Margaret Doig.

 

John married Janet Touch  on 1 Mar 1799 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. Janet was born about 1778 in Of Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 28 Aug 1820 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She was buried in Gargunnock Churchyard, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

Possibly related:

 

*The testament of William Touch, tenant in Cultenhove, parish of Saint Ninians, was recorded 18 June

1795 in the Stirling Commissary Court.

*Captain James Graham Touch was interred in the family burial ground at Leckie, Gargunnock on 16 Apr

1831.

*Elizabeth Tough in Gargunnock died at age 80 on 28 Jan 1837.

 

"Upon the farm of Redhall [where her daughter Margaret McNair lived], in this parish, the porperty of Mr.

Seaton of Touch, there has been lately built an exceeding good house of two floors and with a slate roof

and offices, at the expense of of the proprietor." [Statistical Account of Scotland, 1793, by the Rev. James

Robertson, Parish Minister]

 

John and Janet had the following children:

+      535 M        i.  Alexander Doig  was born in 1800. He died on 9 Jan 1867.

+      536 F         ii.  Margaret Doig  was born in 1801/1802. She died on 5 Apr 1847.

           537 F        iii.  Janet Doig  was born in 1804 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 22 Jul 1804 in Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland.

 

323. Hugh McCulloch  (James McCulloch, Ann Doig, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born on 2 Feb 1796 in Scotland. He died on 8 Apr 1851 in New Albany Township, Floyd Co., IN.

 

In 1850 Hugh farmed in New Albany, Floyd Co., IN with his wife Sarah and 5 children.

 

Hugh married Sarah Guest  on 8 Feb 1820 in Floyd Co., IN. Sarah was born on 6 Nov 1796 in Cheshire, England. She died on 28 Jan 1875 in New Albany Township, Floyd Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

           538 M        i.  James McCulloch  was born in 1822/1823 in IN.

           539 F         ii.  Jane McCulloch  was born in 1827/1828 in IN.

           540 M       iii.  George McCulloch  was born in 1829/1830 in IN.

           541 M      iv.  Robert McCulloch  was born in 1831/1832 in IN.

           542 M       v.  Martin McCulloch  was born in 1835/1836 in IN.

 

337. Elizabeth Murdoch  (Elizabeth Doig, Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1774 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 4 Sep 1774 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 4 Mar 1846 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

Elizabeth married Robert Shaw  son of John Shaw and Margaret Thomson. Robert was born in 1776 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 7 Apr 1776 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died on 10 May 1848 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

 

They had the following children:

           543 M        i.  John Shaw  was born in Oct 1807 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. He died on 10 Mar 1862 in Hebron, Washington Co., NY. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

John married Agnes M. Agnes was born about 1811.

 

           544 F         ii.  Elizabeth Doig Shaw  was born on 2 Aug 1809 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. She died on 12 Apr 1874 in Hebron, Washington Co., NY. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

xe "Beveridge, David"Elizabeth married David Beveridge  son of Andrew Beveridge and Isabel Cummings. David was born on 24 Jul 1805 in Hebron, Washington Co., NY. He died on 12 Sep 1879 in Hebron, Washington Co., NY. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

 

           545 M       iii.  Robert Shaw  was born in 1813/1814 in Washington Co., NY.

 

In 1850 Robert farmed in Salem, Washington Co., NY with his sister Jane and 3 others.

 

           546 F       iv.  Jane Shaw  was born on 24 Mar 1816 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. She died on 2 Jan 1906 in Salem, Washington Co., NY. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Washington Co., NY.

 

Jane did not marry.

 

 

341. Nicholas Paterson  (Catherine Doig, Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1782 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 25 Aug 1782 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 26 Jan 1849 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

 

In 1841 Nicholas lived on Newtown Back Street, Fintry, Stirling with her daughters Catherine, Agness,

and Helen.

 

Nicholas married Robert Gourlay  son of Thomas Gourlay and Agnes McAlpine on 21 Nov 1801 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. Robert was born on 18 Sep 1785 in Killearn, Stirling, Scotland. He died before 1841 in Of Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           547 M        i.  John Gourlay  was born in 1802 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 14 Nov 1802 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           548 M        ii.  George Gourlay  was born in 1804 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 14 May 1804 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           549 F        iii.  Margaret Gourlay  was born in 1806 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 6 Apr 1806 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 11 Oct 1873.

           550 F       iv.  Catherine Gourlay  was born in 1808 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 14 Feb 1808 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           551 F        v.  Elisabeth Gourlay  was born in 1809 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 22 Oct 1809 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           552 M      vi.  Paul Gourlay  was born in 1814 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 8 Feb 1814 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 27 Jul 1890 in Goshen, Utah Co., UT.

           553 F       vii.  Agnes Gourlay  was born in 1816 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 12 May 1816 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She died as a infant in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           554 F      viii.  Agnes Gourlay  was born in 1822 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 17 Apr 1822 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland.

           555 F       ix.  Helen Gourlay  was born in 1826 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She was christened on 3 Sep 1826 in Fintry, Stirling, Scotland. She died on 28 Jul 1842.

 

345. George Paterson  (Catherine Doig, Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1789 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on 1 Mar 1789 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

 

The following marriage is not certain.

 

George married Jean Watson  on 5 Oct 1823 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland. Jean was born about 1802 in Of Barony, Lanark, Scotland.

 

They had the following children:

           556 M        i.  Boy Paterson  was born in 1823 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

           557 M        ii.  William Paterson  was born on 8 May 1825 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He was christened on 22 May 1825 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

+      558 M       iii.  Robert Watson Paterson  was born on 11 Apr 1827.

           559 M      iv.  John Paterson  was born on 25 Jul 1832 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. He was christened on 19 Aug 1832 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

           560 F        v.  Jean Paterson  was born on 12 Apr 1830 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland. She was christened on 9 May 1830 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland.

 

348. Janet Doig  (Paul, Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1784 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 5 Jan 1784 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following marriage is uncertain. See Henry Doig/Margaret Wingate.

 

Janet married William Mackison or Maxwell  on 3 Jul 1801 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. William was born about 1774 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

He may be christened 23 Oct 1774 in Kincardine, son of George Maxwell and Margaret McNee; or 21 Apr

1776 in Kilmadock, son of Robert Maxwell and Isabel McAlister.

 

William was a farmer.

 

William and Janet had the following children:

           561 F         i.  Margaret Mackison or Maxwell  was born in 1802 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 17 May 1802 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           562 F         ii.  Elizabeth Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 31 Aug 1804 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Sep 1804 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 18 Dec 1858 in Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.  The cause of death was phthisis. She was buried in Doune Churchyard, Doune, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Elizabeth was a dressmaker. She did not marry.

 

Witness to Elizabeth's death certificate was her brother James Mackison of Ballingrew.

 

           563 F        iii.  Janet Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 1 Mar 1806 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 11 May 1806 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           564 F       iv.  Elen Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 19 Apr 1808 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 1 May 1808 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           565 F        v.  Jean Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 2 May 1810 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 9 May 1810 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

+      566 M      vi.  James Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 2 Nov 1812. He died on 14 Apr 1892.

           567 F       vii.  Grizel Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 2 Aug 1814 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 6 Aug 1814 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

           568 F      viii.  Isabella Mackison or Maxwell  was born on 3 May 1824 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was christened on 2 Jun 1824 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

Paul Doig  (Paul, Paul, Walter, John, John, Walter, Alexander, Walter, John, Walter, John, Walter) was born in 1786 in Frew, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 5 Mar 1786 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

 

The following link is based on age, location, and the Scottish naming custom. The 1841 census lists him

as born in 1780/1786 and not from Stirlingshire.

 

In 1841 Paul Doig (55 not Stirling) farmed at West Haugh, St. Ninians, Stirling with his sons Paul (22

Stirling) and William (20 Stirling) and three agricultural laborers.

 

Paul married Janet Thomson  on 20 May 1814 in Drymen, Stirling, Scotland. Janet was born about 1794 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before 1841 in Of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland.

 

She is probably the Ja