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The Earls of Kintore

"Earl of Kintore" is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created for the first time on 26 June 1677 for Sir John Keith, third son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal. He was made "Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall" at the same time, also in the Peerage of Scotland.

This webpage shows the descendants of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (the father of the 1st Earl of Kintore)


Coat of Arms of Falconer of Halkerton
1st till 4th Earls of Kintore
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see also: Heraldry House of Keith

Coat of arms of the Earls of Kintore:
Motto:  Above the dexter Crest: QUAE AMISSA SALVA (What has been lost is safe)
Above the sinister Crest: VERITAS VINCIT (Truth conquers)
Crest:  Dexter: a Noble Lady from her middle richly attired, holding in her right hand a Garland proper (Crest of Augmentation for Earldom of Kintore)
Sinister: a Roebuck’s Head [proper], attired or
Escutcheon:  Top: Argent, on a Chief Gules, three Pallets or;
Centre: on an Escutcheon Gules, a Scepter and Sword in saltire with an Imperial Crown between the upper corners all proper, within an Orle of eight Thistles slipped near the head Or, ensigned with an Earl’s Coronet proper (being the Coat of Augmentation granted to John, 1st Earl of Kintore, for his services in the preservation of the Regalia of Scotland).
Supporters:  On either side a Man in Complete Armour proper, each holding in the exterior hand a Spear Gules, headed Argent, in posture of sentinels

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The 'Earls of Kintore' graphical pedigree

The pedigree below focuses only on the relationships of the Earls of Kintore. Only their parents and spouses are shown.
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Earls of Kintoren graphical pedegree


Background

The family of Keith owned large territory, and exercised much social and political influence for centuries, in the Mearns and neighboring counties. In the main line or its branches it was frequently represented among the landed proprietors in the parish, and space may be set apart here for a brief summary of such parts of its history as bear on this connection.

The Catti were a valiant tribe of the Germans, who have a prominent plane in the history of the first four centuries of the Christian era. They inhabited what was then the Grand-Duchy of Hesse in Germany, a state consecrated in the thoughts of every British patriot by the valuable life and lamented death of the Princess Alice of Great Britain and Ireland. Though considerably reduced, the tribe maintained its existence for several centuries more, and a section emigrated to Scotland about the beginning of the eleventh century. Their leader, named Robert, distinguished himself at Barry in Forfarshire, where a signal victory was obtained over the Danes, under the command of Camus, in 1010. Camus was killed in the engagement by the leader of the Catti, who was rewarded by the king, Malcolm II, with a gift of certain lands in East Lothian, which took the name of Catti. The name was changed to Kethi; thence it passed into Keycht; and at last it assumed the form of Keith, which it has retained.

Robert Keith was also created heritable Great Marischal of Scotland, and many successive representatives of the family filled that high office. The family were settled in the south of Scotland for several generations. The eighth in succession, Sir Robert de Keith, served under the standard of Robert Bruce, and received a grant of lands in Aberdeenshire for a decisive victory obtained in battle at Inverurie. He was also at Bannockburn – by virtue of his hereditary office in command of the cavalry – and his services contributed largely to the success of that eventful day. His signature was one of those attached, to the famous letter to the Pope, written at Arbroath in 1320, asserting the independence of Scotland. He fell at the battle of Dupliu, in 1332.

Sir William Keith, his grandson, built the Castle of Dunnottar about 1394, selecting the site for safe retreat in times of danger. He was excommunicated for having approached too near consecrated ground in his operations, but the sentence was reduced on appeal to the Pope. Dunnottar continued from that date to be the chief seat of the family.
Sir William Keith was probably the first of the family to rank among the proprietors of the parish. Johnston is expressly mentioned in the charters of lands which he received through his marriage with the granddaughter of Sir Alexander Fraser. But the barony of "Garuocis" was one of the gifts to Sir Alexander which had certainly been included in the marriage-portion. The barony of Garvock, as originally constituted and held for many years by the Keith family, besides lands in the parish of Garvock, included these belonging to Conveth, Johnston, Burnton, Powburn, Scotston, and Redmyre. There is substantial evidence that the whole of these lands were in possession of the family; and, until disjoined as gifts to junior branches, they formed, along with the other component parts, a barony under jurisdiction of the chief. Barnhill – evidently a corruption for Baronhill – was the centre at which justice was administered and councils were held, selected partly for its excellent position, and partly for the admirable facilities which it afforded for the precautions indispensable to such gatherings in those wild times.

The first Earl Marischal, grandson of the founder of Dunnottar Castle, had a charter of the barony of Garvock in 1442. The lands of Scotston and Powburn were then, or had been soon after, disjoined, and in possession of a family named Meldrum. Subsequently, however, they reverted to the Keiths, and were owned for a number of years by descendants of the second Earl Marischal.

The fourth Earl Marischal also had a charter of Garvock; and it was in his time that Johnston was separated, as were Redmyre and Burnton in all probability too. It was the influence of this Earl that procured for Kincardine the honor of being "the principal and capital burgh of the county" – a position which it held for about eighty years, when, at the request of the local officials, the court was removed to Stonehaven. The fortunes of the family were at their greatest height in the lifetime of the fourth Earl. His landed property lay in so many counties, that it has been said "he could travel from Berwick to the northern extremity of Scotland, eating every meal, and sleeping every night, upon his own estates." He was present at the battle of Pinkie, and was a supporter of the Reformation. He died in 1581, and was succeeded by his grandson, whose father, Lord Keith, had died the year before.
The fourth Earl was the last of the main line of the family who owned lands in the parish. But the Keiths' relation to the parish continued so close that it may be interesting to follow its representatives, with a brief notice of the successive chiefs, until they are found again in the noble proprietors of Halkerton (see also The Lords Falconer of Halkerton).

George, fifth Earl Marischal, studied abroad, when he visited most of the Courts of Europe. At the Court of Hesse he was kindly received, as a descendant of the tribe, by the Landgrave, Chief of the Catti.
He founded Marischal College of Aberdeen in 1593, and endowed it from his estates with sufficient maintenance for a principal and four professors. The highest honor available to a subject was conferred upon him in 1609, when he was commissioned to represent the king in the Scottish Parliament. He died in 1623, and was buried in St Bride's Church, as the church of Dunnottar was then called.

In 1651 John Keith, son of William, sixth Earl Marischal, with his nephew William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal, held Dunnottar Castle against Oliver Cromwell's forces. The Honors of Scotland (the crown, scepter, and sword of state) had been placed at Dunnottar for safety during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and Robert Overton, commanding a force of the New Model Army besieged the Castle hoping to recover them. While the Regalia was smuggled out of the castle to be hidden at Kinneff Parish church, Keith boarded ship for France, and was captured on his return by the parliamentarians, Keith insisted that he had delivered the Regalia to Charles II. The Regalia remained at Kinneff until the Restoration.
King Charles II, immediately upon his restoration, in consideration of sir John's constant loyalty, was pleased to create him Knight Marischal of Scotland, anno 1600, which office was made hereditary in his family, with an annual pension suitable to the office, and on 26 June 1677 King Charles appointed him one of the lords of his New Model Army besieged the Castle, and raised him to the dignity of the peerage, by the title of “Earl of Kintore, Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall”. He was also appointed treasurer-depute, anno 1682, in which office he continued till the treasury was put into commission in the reign of king James VII.


Source: History of the Parish and Burgh of Laurencekirk, by William Buxton Fraser [1880] - Chapter III: The Keiths-Marischal
See Also: Wikipedia - Clan Keith       ScotClans - Clan Keith       YouTube: Clan Keith history (spoken audio)       WikipediA: Dunnottar Castle       Undiscovered Scotland: Dunnottoar Castle
Historic view of Dunnottar Castle, build about 1394
Historic view of Dunnottar Castle, build about 1394
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Dunnottar Castle by John Slezer [1693].jpg
Dunnottar Castle by John Slezer [1693]
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Dunnottar Castle from the east, display model in the castle
Dunnottar Castle, display model in the castle
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the Honors of Scotland
Regalia: the Honors of Scotland
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Descendants of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal

26 William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal [±1585 - 1635] Mary Erskine [±1593 - 1664] Mary Erskine and her son John (the later 1st Earl of Kintore) [1625]  
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William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal
1 William Keith
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2 Mary Erskine
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3 Mary Erskine and her son John (the later 1st Earl of Kintore) [1625],
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I William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (img. 1) was born around 1585 in Benholm, Kincardine, Scotland, son of George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal and Margaret Home. William died on 28-10-1635 in Dunnottar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland, aged about 50.
At about the age of 24, William married Mary (Margaret) Erskine (img. 2 and 3), aged about 16, on 12-10-1609. Margaret was born around 1593 in Stirling Castle - Stirling, Scotland, daughter of John Erskine and Mary Stewart. Margaret died in 03-1664 in Dunnottar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland, aged about 71. Margaret married Patrick Maule (died 1666) on 15-07-1639.
Note about Margaret: 1st dau. of John Erskine, 18th and de jure 2nd Earl of Mar, and his second wife Lady Mary Stuart. She was also known as Margaret.
William succeeded to the title of 5th Lord Keith on 2 April 1623.
William, 6th Earl Marischal, was a privy councilor to King Charles I, in whose misfortunes, and those of his family, the Marischals were destined largely to share.
The 6th Earl Marischal is perhaps most noted for spending a great deal of the family fortune.
Children of William and Margaret:
1 Jane Keith, born around 1612 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow II-a.
2 William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal, born in 03-1614 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow II-b.
3 Mary Keith, born around 1616. Follow II-c.
4 George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal, born around 1618 in Dundonald Castle - South Ayrshire, Scotland. Follow II-d.
5 James Keith of Benholme, born around 1620 in Benholm, Kincardine, Scotland. Follow II-e.
6 Robert Keith. Robert died.
7 Alexander Keith. Alexander died on 28-10-1644.
8 John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore (img. 3), born around 1630. Follow II-f.

 


II-a Jane Keith was born around 1612 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. Jane died.
Jane married Alexander Forbes. Alexander was born around 1605 in Pitsligo, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of John Forbes and Christian Ogilvy. Alexander died on 26-10-1636 in Pitsligo, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged about 31.
Note about Alexander: He was created 1st Lord Forbes of Pitsligo on 24 June 1633
William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal [1636] Elizabeth Seton [1621 - 1650]
4 William Keith [1636]
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5 Elizabeth Seton
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II-b William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (img. 4) was born in 03-1614 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. William died in 03-1671 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 56 or 57.
(1) At the age of 23, William married Elizabeth Seton (img. 5), aged 15, on 22-05-1637. Elizabeth was born on 24-12-1621, daughter of George Seton and Anne Hay. Elizabeth died on 16-06-1650, aged 28.
(2) At the age of 40, William married Anne Douglas in 04-1654. Anne is a daughter of Robert Douglas and Anne Villiers. Anne died around 1689.
William, son of the 6th Earl Marischal. William Keith signed the National Covenant for Religious Freedom and joined the army of James Graham, First Marquis of Montrose, in 1639. Six years later, however, Montrose switched to supporting the Royalist Army due to the mounting threat of Oliver Cromwell. This put Montrose at odds with the 7th Earl, who chose to decline Montrose’s offers of negotiation and refused him entrance to Dunnottar to discuss terms. In retaliation, the Captain’s envoy set fire to every house, barn, stable and even ship in the baronies of Dunnottar, Fetteresso and Cowie.
In July 1650, the young King Charles II arrived in north-east Scotland and stayed a while at Dunnottar. Outraged by the king’s return to Scotland, Oliver Cromwell, the self-proclaimed Lord Protector, led an invasion to the north. In some haste Charles II was crowned at Scone, but the crown and other regalia were then hidden at Dunnottar by order of the King. Shortly thereafter, the Earl Marischal and a number of other Scottish noblemen were captured by a troop of Cromwell’s forces.
While imprisoned in the Tower of London (he was held there for ten years), the Earl named George Ogilvy of Barras to serve as Governor of Dunnottar Castle (1651-2). Shortly thereafter the castle was under siege from Cromwell’s army, and by May 1652, it remained the only place in Scotland that still flew the royal flag. Under heavy artillery bombardment that resulted in the partial destruction of the castle, and with no hope for reinforcements from royalists, Ogilvy surrendered after 8 months. Before the surrender, however, the Scottish regalia were smuggled away from the castle and hidden at nearby Kinneff Church.
The Honors remained in the custody of Mr Grainger at Kinneff until the restoration of the monarchy in 1660. At the opening of the Scottish Parliament the following year, the Earl Marischal carried the crown, his brother, George (later the 8th Earl) the scepter, and the younger brother John (later the first Earl of Kintore) the sword.
The 7th Earl thus upheld the traditions of the Marischalcy but his finances had suffered severely, partly through his own extravagance, but mainly due to the continuous troubles. He spent most of the rest of his life in London where he could more easily hide his poverty.
He was married twice, which produced three daughters from the first marriage but no children from the second. He was, therefore, succeeded by his brother George in 1661.
Children of William and Elizabeth:
1 William Keith, born on 11-08-1638. William died before 1650, aged less than 12.
2 Elizabeth Keith, born around 1640 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow III-a.
3 Mary Keith, born around 1645. Follow III-b.
4 Isabel Keith, born around 1645. Follow III-c.
5 Jane Keith, born around 1649. Follow III-d.
II-c Mary Keith was born around 1616, daughter of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. Mary died in 04-1683, aged about 67.
At about the age of 16, Mary married John Graham, aged about 19, on 12-04-1632 in South Leith Parish Church - Edinburgh, Scotland. John was born around 1613 in Port of Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland, son of William Graham and Agnes Gray. John died on 06-09-1644 in Collace, Perthshire, Scotland, aged about 31.
Note about John: John Graham, Lord Graham of Kinpont
Note about the decease of John: murdered by James Stewart of Ardvoirlich while in the Royalist camp.
George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal [±1618 - 1694] Mary Hay [1633 - 1701]
6 George Keith, painted by John Baptist de Medina
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7 Mary Hay, painted by David Scougall
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II-d George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal (img. 6) was born around 1618 in Dundonald Castle - South Ayrshire, Scotland, son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. George died in 03-1694 in Huntly Castle - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged about 76.
At about the age of 44, George married Mary Hay (img. 7), aged 28, on 06-02-1662. Mary was born on 15-05-1633 in Kinnoull, Perth, Scotland, daughter of George Hay and Anne Douglas. Mary died on 10-11-1701 in Huntly Castle - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 68.
George, the 8th Earl Marischal, served as a Colonel in France. Colonel George Keith of Aden Brother to the previous Earl, George Keith supported his brother and Charles II during the Restoration. His involvement with the protection of the Scottish Regalia is noted above. At the time of his brother’s death, much of the families wealth had diminished. Dunnottar Castle, once the pride of the Keiths, had been badly damaged by Cromwell’s forces: the Keep was vulnerable to the elements and the stately halls had been rifled of their contents. The Earl Marischal did not have the means to repair the damage, so Dunnottar served as a military depot. In the summer of 1685 it served as a prison to 122 men and 45 women Covenanters (resulting from Charles II’s rejection of religious freedom in favor of the Episcopacy).
Child of George and Mary:
1 William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal, born around 1664 in Dunnottar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland. Follow III-e.
James Keith of Benholme [±1620 - 1671] 7 James Keith of Benholme

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II-e James Keith of Benholme (img. 8) was born around 1620 in Benholm, Kincardine, Scotland, son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. James died in 03-1671 in Benholm, Kincardine, Scotland, aged about 51.
James married Margaret Lindsay in North Berwick - East Lothian, Scotland. Margaret was born around 1598 in Benholm, Kincardine, Scotland, daughter of David Lindsay and Isobel Forbes. Margaret died.
John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore [±1630 - 1715]  
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John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore
9 John Keith,
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II-f John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore (img. 9 up to 12) was born around 1630, son of William Keith, 6th Earl Marischal (see I) and Mary (Margaret) Erskine. John died on 12-04-1715, aged about 85.
At about the age of 32, John married Margaret Hamilton, aged 21, on 24-04-1662. Margaret was born on 15-01-1641, daughter of Thomas Hamilton and Jean Gordon. Margaret died in 12-1711, aged 70.
Note about John: Knight Marischal. 1st Earl of Kintore from 26 June 1677 till 12 April 1715. Succeeded by his son William Keith.
Note about Margaret: daughter of the Earl of Haddington.
In 1651 John Keith prevented the Regalia of Scotland from falling into the hands of Cromwell by removing them from Dunnottar Castle and hiding them under the floor of Kinneff church for nine years, while pretending that he had delivered them to King Charles II in Paris. He held the office of Knight Marischal of Scotland between 1660 and 1714, in consideration of his services in preserving the Scottish Regalia. He held the office of Commissioner of the Council for Public Affairs in 1677. He was created 1st Earl of Kintore on 26 June 1677. He was created 1st Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall on 26 June 1677. He held the office of Treasurer-Depute [Scotland] between 1684 and 1687. In 1688 he supported the revolution. He held the office of Commissioner of the Privy Seal in 1689. In 1694 he obtained a regrant of his 1677 titles with remainder to heirs male of his body. He was a Commissioner for Settling the peace of the Highlands in 1702. In 1707 he supported the Parliamentary Union with England.
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Keith Hall lands 20 Keith Hall estate; lands of the Earl of Kintore

from: Open Government Licence: Contains Historic Environment Scotland and Ordnance Survey data - Ordnance Survey Licence number 100021521
(click map left, or link above, for the Open Government Keith Hall estate map PDF document)


Keith Hall coordinate: N57.28081 W2.35331 in streetmap.co.uk
Keith Hall, Inverurie [1909]
21 Keith Hall [1909]
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Keith Hall (aerial photo)
22 Keith Hall, aerial photo
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Keith Hall, about one mile southeast of Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, was once called Caskieben Castle. Home of the Earls of Kintore.

In 1663 Sir John Keith bought the property from the Johnstone’s of that Ilk.
In the period till 1700 he built-on the 16th century Z-plan old castle of Caskieben tower house a large and stately south front and east wing in the Palladian style and renamed it all "Keith Hall".
The old part consists of a main block of four stories and garret with square towers, projecting from opposite corners, and round stair-towers.

The title Earl of Kintore was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1677 for Sir John Keith, along with the title of Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall.
The 1st Earl died in 1715. The 2nd Earl lived only until 1718 and was succeeded by his son John. In 1729 he married Mary Erskine and work recommenced at Keith Hall but with limited finances. The 4th Earl also lived at Keith Hall, but made no changes to the Hall.

From the death of the 4th Earl in 1761 Keith Hall was empty for 17 years, till in 1778 the title Earl of Kintore and the estates passed to the heir general of the 4th Earl, his great-nephew Antony Adriaan Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, grandson of the 4th Earls’s sister Katharine Margaret Keith, who had married the 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton in 1703.
By the time of his succession Antony Adriaan commissioned the Keith Hall interior to be refurbished despite the fact that his main home was at Inglismaldie, Kincardineshire (follow link).

The formal landscape which existed around Keith Hall in the 18th century was extended in the informal style following an improvement plan prepared by Thomas White in 1794 for the 6th Earl of Kintore.
Some further improvements were made by the 8th Earl between 1844-1880. The 9th Earl improved the gardens and created the lake to the south of the house.
In 1914 however, his trustees sold the estate which, at that time, extended to some 17,126 acres (6,936 ha). The house and a small part of the original estate was repurchased by the 9th Earl.

Michael Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore, understood that the income from the estate was not going to be enough to live off and maintain Keith Hall in the manner his ancestors had.
In 1984 a major restoration of Keith Hall started to converted it into six houses and eight flats that were sold in 1985.
The Earl and Countess of Kintore moved their residence to the converted Stables on the estate.
The garden is now owned by Keith Hall Gardens Ltd., which was formed to restore and maintain the gardens for the benefit and use of the owners of the house.
Child of John and Margaret:
1 William Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore, born around 1665 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow III-f.

 


III-a Elizabeth Keith was born around 1640 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (see II-b) and Elizabeth Seton. Elizabeth died in 02-1664 in Arbuthnott, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 24.
At about the age of 18, Elizabeth married Robert Arbuthnott, aged 19, on 25-03-1658 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Robert was born on 12-12-1638 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of Robert Arbuthnott and Marjorie Carnegie. Robert died on 15-06-1682 in Arbuthnott, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged 43. Robert married Katherine Gordon (±1644-1692) on 30-07-1667 in Pittarrow, Kincardineshire, Scotland.
Note about Robert: 2nd Viscount of Arbuthnott
III-b Mary Keith was born around 1645, daughter of William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (see II-b) and Elizabeth Seton. Mary died.
(1) At about the age of 12, Mary married James Hope of Hopetoun, aged about 43, in 1657. James was born around 1614. James died on 23-11-1661 in Hopetoun House - West Lothian, Scotland, aged about 47. James was widower of Anne Foulis (±1617-±1656).
(2) After the age of 17, Mary married Archibald Murray of Blackbarony after 1662. Archibald died.
John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore [±1645 - ±1690] 13 Isabel Keith
III-c Isabel Keith (img. 13) was born around 1645, daughter of William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (see II-b) and Elizabeth Seton. Isabel died around 1690, aged about 45.
At about the age of 22, Isabel married Edward Turnour, aged about 21, on 27-06-1667. Edward was born around 1646. Edward died on 03-12-1721, aged about 75.
Note about Edward: Sir Edward Turnour, of Great Hallingbury, co. Essex, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber 1680-85, Member of Parliament for Orford
III-d Jane Keith was born around 1649, daughter of William Keith, 7th Earl Marischal (see II-b) and Elizabeth Seton. Jane died around 1687, aged about 38.
At about the age of 20, Jane married George Ogilvie, aged 20, on 22-09-1669 in Inchdrewer Castle - Banff, Scotland. George was born on 09-09-1649 in Banff, Scotland, son of George Ogilvie and Agnes Falconer. George died in 11-1713 in Inchdruer, Banffshire, Scotland, aged 64.
Note about George: 3rd Lord Banff
Children of Jane and George:
1 Isobel Ogilvie. Isobel died.
2 Mary Ogilvie. Mary died.
3 George Ogilvie, born on 04-08-1670 in Banff, Scotland. George died on 11-07-1718 in Banff, Scotland, aged 47.
William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal [±1664 - 1712] Mary Drummond [±1670 - 1729]
14 William Keith
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15 Mary Drummond
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III-e William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal (img. 14) was born around 1664 in Dunnottar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland, son of George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal (see II-d) and Mary Hay. William died on 27-05-1712 in London, aged about 48.
At about the age of 26, William married Mary Drummond (img. 15), aged about 20, around 1690 in Perth, Scotland. Mary was born around 1670 in Perth, Scotland, daughter of James Drummond and Jane Douglas. Mary died on 07-03-1729 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 59.
Children of William and Mary:
1 Anne Keith, born on 20-08-1688 in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IV-a.
George Keith, 10th Earl Marischal [±1692 - 1778] 16 George Keith, 10th Earl Marischal [1733],
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2 George Keith, 10th Earl Marischal (img. 16), born around 1692 in Kincardine, Scotland. George died on 28-05-1778 in Potsdam, Brandenburg, Deutschland, aged about 86.
Note about George: The peerage died out when George Keith, the 10th earl, forfeited it by joining the Jacobite Rising of 1715.
In his youth George Keith was made Lord Keith, by Queen Anne, and appointed Captain of her Majesty’s Guards.
George Keith, the 10th and last of the Earls Marischal succeeded in 1712 to the remains of a once magnificent inheritance, diminished of much of its territory through the troubles of the times, and by gifts conferred on younger branches of the house. Instigated by his mother, lady Mary Drummond, who was a Roman Catholic, he involved himself in the unhappy Rebellion, and the family estates were forfeited. The net yearly rental in 1718 was £2,384 and the whole lands were sold two years after to the York Buildings Company for £41,172. After many years' residence abroad, he was pardoned in 1760, and relieved as far as possible, by Act of Parliament, from the consequences of his attainder.

After the death of William Keith, 4th Earl of Kintore, George succeeded to the Kintore estates (follow link) in 1761, and would have inherited the title as well, had he not refused to allow a clause to that effect to be inserted in the Act. Subsequently he purchased part of the family estates, intending to reside in Scotland. But the King of Prussia, in whose favor he had long stood high, was urgent for his return to that country. He complied, and died at Potsdam, leaving behind him a most excellent reputation. Exiled to Europe, George and his brother James achieved fame and esteem among the courts of Spain, France, Russia and Germany. Representing Frederick the Great of Germany, he returned on a visit to England, was reprieved for supporting the Stuarts, and had some of his family properties restored to him, including Dunnottar Castle.
George was unmarried and died childless in 1778. After his death it was decided that the titles and the estates should pass to the heir general of the 4th Earl of Kintore, grandson of a 2nd cousin of George: Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, grandson of Katharine Margaret Keith, the sister of the 4th Earl of Kintore. The chiefship of Clan Keith then also passed to Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer.
3 Mary Keith, born in 05-1695 in Kincardine, Scotland. Follow IV-b.
4 James Francis Edward Keith, born on 11-06-1696 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IV-c.
William Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore [±1660 - 1718], painted by John Scougal Catherine Murray [±1664 - 1726], painted by John Scougal
17 William Keith,
2nd Earl of Kintore
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18 Catherine Murray
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III-f William Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore (img. 17) was born around 1665 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore (see II-f) and Margaret Hamilton. William died on 05-12-1718 in Aberdeen, Scotland, aged about 53.
At about the age of 22, William married Catherine Murray (img. 18), aged about 23, on 08-08-1687. Catherine was born around 1664 in Balvaird Castle - Balvaird, Scotland, daughter of David Murray and Jeane (Jean) Carnegie. Catherine died in 02-1726 in Kintore - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged about 62.
Note about William: 2nd Earl of Kintore from 12 April 1715 till 5 December 1718. Succeeded by his son John Keith.
William fought in the Battle of Sheriffmuir on 13 November 1715, and hence deprived of the office of Knight Marischal.
Note about Catherine: As a result of her marriage, Hon. Catherine Murray was styled as Countess of Kintore on 12 April 1715.
Children of William and Catherine:
1 Katharine Margaret Keith, baptised on 24-06-1690 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IV-d.
Jean Keith [1736] 19 Lady Jean Keith [1736]
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2 Jean Keith (img. 19), born on 29-06-1690 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Jean died on 01-03-1762 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 71.
3 John Keith, 3rd Earl of Kintore, baptised on 21-05-1699 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IV-e.
William Keith, 4th Earl of Kintore [1736] 20 William Keith [1736]
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4 William Keith, 4th Earl of Kintore (img. 20). He was baptised on 05-01-1702 in Kintore - Aberdeenshire, Scotland. William died on 22-11-1761 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 59.
Note about William: 4th Earl of Kintore from 22 November 1758 till 22 November 1761. Succeeded by his great-nephew Antony Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton.
William Keith succeeded his brother John as 4th Earl of Kintore. He never married and on his death in 1761 no-one could prove a claim to his title.
On the death of the 4th Earl the Earldom should have passed under the terms of the 1694 regrant to his cousin George Keith, 10th and last Earl Marischal, as heir male of George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal, the elder brother of John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore. However, in 1715, for having supported the cause of the Stuart Kings, the English revoked his titles and estates. Exiled to Europe, the Earldom of Kintore remained suspended for seventeen years, until the death of George Keith on 28 May 1778.
Then it was decided that the titles and the estates (follow link) should pass to the heir general of the 4th Earl of Kintore, his great-nephew Antony Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, grandson of Katharine Margaret Keith, the sister of William, 4th Earl of Kintore. The chiefship of Clan Keith then also passed to Antony Keith-Falconer.

 


Alexander Stewart [1749] 21 Alexander Stewart, 6th Earl of Galloway [1749],
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IV-a Anne Keith was born on 20-08-1688 in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal (see III-e) and Mary Drummond. Anne died around 1728, aged about 40.
At the age of 30 or 31, Anne married Alexander Stewart (img. 21), aged 23 or 24, in 1719. Alexander is a son of James Stewart and Catherine Montgomerie. He was baptised on 20-08-1695 in Penninghame, Wigtown, Scotland. Alexander died on 24-09-1773 in Aix-en-Provence, France, aged 78. Alexander married Catherine Mary Cochrane (±1710-1786) on 05-01-1729 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Note about Alexander: 6th Earl of Galloway, 4th Baronet Stewart
Mary Keith [1695 - ±1721], painted by Benjamin Ferrers John Fleming (±1674-1743), 6th Earl of Wigton, painted by Benjamin Ferrers
22 Mary Keith,
painted by Benjamin Ferrers
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23 John Fleming,
6th Earl of Wigton,
painted by Benjamin Ferrers
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IV-b Mary Keith (img. 22) was born in 05-1695 in Kincardine, Scotland, daughter of William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal (see III-e) and Mary Drummond. Mary died around 1721 in Biggar, South Lanarkshire, UK, aged about 26.
At the age of 14, Mary married John Fleming (img. 23), aged about 36, on 08-02-1710. John was born around 1674, son of William Fleming and Henrietta Seton. John died on 10-02-1743, aged about 69. John married Margaret Lindsay on 14-03-1697. The dissolution of this marriage was pronounced on 07-12-1708. John married Euphemia Lockhart (1702-1762) after 1721.
Note about John: 6th Earl of Wigtown
John, Commissioner of Supply 1695, 1696 and 1707; an opponent of the Treaty of Union, voting against every article; although a zealous Jacobite he took no part in the Rising of 1715, being temporarily imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle 1715-16 on suspicion of treason; Chamberlain of Fife and Strathearn 1735-43/4; Burgess of Edinburgh 1739/40
Child of Mary and John:
1 Clementina Fleming, born in 1719. Clementina died on 01-01-1799, aged 79 or 80.
Note about Clementina: Lady Clementina Fleming, heiress of Cumbernauld and Biggar (b. 1719; d. 1 Jan 1799), mar. 14 Oct 1735 Charles [Elphinstone], 10th Lord Elphinstone, and had issue
James Francis Edward Keith [1696 - 1758] 24 James Francis Edward Keith

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IV-c James Francis Edward Keith (img. 24) was born on 11-06-1696 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith, 9th Earl Marischal (see III-e) and Mary Drummond. James died on 14-10-1758 in Bautzen, Kurfürstentum Sachsen, Heiliges Römisches Reich, aged 62.
James started a relationship with Eva Merthens. Eva was born around 1723 in Åbo, Turku, Finland, daughter of Karl Johansson Merthens and Helena Kristina Mattsdotter Svederus. Eva died on 15-10-1811, aged about 88.
James Francis Edward Keith was a Scottish soldier and Prussian field marshal. As a Jacobite he took part in a failed attempt to restore the Stuart Monarchy to Britain, before joining the Spanish and Russian armies. He ultimately served in the Prussian army under Frederick the Great where he distinguished himself. He died during the Seven Years’ War at the Battle of Hochkirk.
Keith died unmarried, but had several children by his mistress, Eva Merthen, a Swedish prisoner captured by him in the war of 1741-1743.
Keith is still remembered baith in history books and in the novel of the Finnish author Zacharias Topelius “Duchess of Finland” which is based on the love story of Eva Merthen and James Keith.
Eva Merthen, known as "The Duchess of Finland", was a Finnish woman known for her relationship with the General James Keith during the Russian occupation of the Swedish province of Finland during the Russo-Swedish War (1741–1743). She is the subject of the novel "Hertiginnan av Finland" (1850) by Zacharias Topelius.
Merthen was the daughter of the mayor of Åbo, Karl Merthen. She made the acquaintance of Keith, who was the leader of the Russian forces who captured Åbo in 1742, at the receptions arranged by the Russian officers and where she made a success as a well-educated, charming beauty. During the occupation, Keith was given authority to manage the occupation as he wished, and Merthen is considered to have influenced his rule and by her influence making the policy toward civilians mild during the Russian occupation. Her father died shortly before the peace in 1743, and when Keith left Finland, she followed him. They were never technically married, but she was treated by Keith as well as by society as his official and legal spouse, especially after he joined Prussian service. After the death of Keith in 1758, she married in 1760 to the politician Johann David von Reichenbach (1732–1807) in Stralsund.
Katharine Margaret Keith [1703] Katharine Margaret Keith [1731] David Falconer [1730], 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton
25 Katharine Keith [1703]
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26 Katharine Keith [1731],
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27 David Falconer [1730],
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IV-d Katharine Margaret Keith (img. 25 and 26), daughter of William Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore (see III-f) and Catherine Murray. She was baptised on 24-06-1690 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Katharine died on 01-03-1762 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 71.
At the age of 13, Katharine married David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 27 up to 29), aged 22, on 23-12-1703 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. David was born on 27-05-1681 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of David Falconer of Newton and Mary Norvell. David died on 24-09-1751 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged 70.
Note about the marriage of Katharine and David: Married on 23 December 1703 at Marykirk, by a contract dated 27 November 1703.
David married Lady Katherine Margaret Keith, eldest daughter of the 2nd earl of Kintore. She was only thirteen years and five months old when she became his wife!
Note about David: 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from February 1724 till 24 September 1751.
By the death of his 2nd cousin, he became 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton. His sister married Joseph Home of Ninewells and was mother of David Home, or Hume, the philosopher.
Inglismaldie Castle - parish of Marykirk, Kincardineshire
28 Inglismaldie Castle
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Inglismaldie Castle in Marykirk parish, SW Kincardineshire, within ¼ mile of the North Esk's left bank, and 6 miles SW of Laurencekirk. An old castellated edifice, surrounded with extensive woods.
After the Reformation, the Inglismaldie church lands were came into the possession of a branch of the Livingstone family, the king granting a charter in 1588 to John Livingstone of Dunipace for various lands, including Over, Middle and Nether Egglismaldie in Kincardineshire.
The Livingstones were still here in 1631, but in 1635, the lands passed to Sir John Carnegie, Sheriff of Forfar, who, having been created 1st Earl of Ethie, later changed his titles by royal consent, to Earl of Northesk and Baron Rosehill and Inglismaldie.

David obtained the property in 1693.
Inglismaldie remained with this family until modern times, when it passed from their hands, to be bought again in 1925 by Major Adrian Keith-Falconer, a cousin of the earl. He and his wife died in 1959 and since 1960, the castle has been in the appreciative possession of a member of the Ogilvie family.
Fete at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of Lord Inverury Festival at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of Lord Inverury 29(a,b) Fete at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of Lord Inverurie

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Children of Katharine and David:
1 Alexander Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1707 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-a.
2 William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1712 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-b.
3 David Falconer, born around 1716 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-c.
4 Katharine Falconer, born around 1717 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Katharine died on 01-12-1748 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 31.
Note about Katharine: died unmarried
5 John Falconer of Jamaica, born on 17-04-1718 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-d.
6 Jean Falconer, born around 1719 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-e.
Mary Falconer [1731] 30 Mary Falconer [1731 ±10 year]
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7 Mary Falconer (img. 30), born around 1721 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Mary died on 27-09-1775 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 54.
8 George Falconer of Phesdo, born around 1722 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-f.
9 Margory (May) Falconer, born around 1723 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V-g.
John Keith [~1699 - 1758] 31 John Keith, 3rd Earl of Kintore

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IV-e John Keith, 3rd Earl of Kintore (img. 31), son of William Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore (see III-f) and Catherine Murray. He was baptised on 21-05-1699 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. John died on 22-11-1758 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 59.
At the age of 30, John married Mary Erskine, aged 15, on 21-08-1729 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Mary was born on 05-07-1714 in Edinburgh, Scotland, daughter of James Erskine and Rachel Chiesly. Mary died on 19-05-1772 in Midlothian, Scotland, aged 57.
Note about John: 3rd Earl of Kintore from 5 December 1718 till 22 November 1758. Succeeded by his brother William Keith.
He held the office of Knight Marischal of Scotland in 1733. He died Without Children.
Note about Mary: As a result of her marriage, Mary Erskine was styled as Countess of Kintore on 21 August 1729 and her married name became Keith.

 


Alexander Falconer [1731], 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton 32 Alexander Falconer [1731 ±24 year]
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V-a Alexander Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 32) was born around 1707 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). Alexander died on 05-11-1762 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 55.
At about the age of 50, Alexander married Frances Mackworth, aged 25, on 25-06-1757. Frances was born on 28-08-1731 in Gnoll Castle - Glamorgan, Wales, daughter of Herbert Mackworth of Glamorganshire and Juliana Digby. Frances died on 03-03-1814 in London, aged 82.
Note about Alexander: 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 24 September1751 till 5 November 1762.
Alexander went abroad in early youth, and attached himself to the earl Marischal and field-marshal Keith, with whom he remained till his father’s death in 1751, when he succeeded to the title, on which he returned to Scotland, and died without issue.
Note about the decease of Frances: Queen Anne St., Marylebone, London, England
William Falconer [1712 - 1776], 6th Lord of Halkerton
13 William Falconer
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Familie wapen William Falconer, 6th Lord of Halkerton
14 Familie wapen William
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 Coat of Arms of Falconer of Halkerton:


MOTTO:  vive ut vivas (live life to the fullest)
CREST:  an angel (or) in a praying posture, within an orle of laurel (proper)
FIELD:  (azure) with a falcon displayed between three mullets (argent), on his breast a man’s heart (gules)
SUPPORTERS:  two falcons (proper)
V-b William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 33 and 34) was born around 1712 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). William died on 11-10-1776 in Groningen, aged about 64.
At about the age of 23, William married Rembertina Maria van Iddekinge, aged 22, on 24-08-1735 in Groningen, Waals Hervormde Kerk van het Pelstergasthuis. Rembertina is a daughter of Pieter Rembt van Iddekinge and Bartha Johanna Gerlacius. She was baptised on 02-04-1713 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Rembertina died on 22-10-1779 in Groningen, aged 66.
Note about William: 6th Lord of Halkerton
Occupations:
  - Captain-Lieutenant of the Cavalry (in the regiment of Lintelo)
  - Quarter Sheriff in the Bailiwick of ´s-Hertogenbosch
Note about Rembertina: See also http://members.home.nl/a.iddekinge/
William went to Groningen to study1 (enrolled there on 17 September 1773, at the age of about 21). His parents did not approve of his marriage to Maria Rembertina, and they refused to countenance or assist him or his family, undoubtedly motivating him to remain in Holland the rest of his life. He and his children had now become thoroughly Dutch. He lived in a house on Oosterstraat in Groningen, as did his father-in-law and brother-in-law Anton Adriaan van Iddekinge.
 
1 The university of Groningen was founded on 23 August 1614, but the city had a great tradition in education even before then. The Sint Maartenschool, a so-called Latin School, was famous throughout the country and even further: people came from as far away as France, Italy, Great Britain and Poland to study here with Groningers from the city and province.
The university began with six professors for the faculties of Law, Medicine, Philosophy and Theology. The first Rector Magnificus was Ubbo Emmius (1547-1625), who was also a professor of Greek and History.
Children of William and Rembertina:
1 David Falconer, born on 24-08-1735 in Groningen. David died on 28-08-1735 in Groningen, aged 4 days.
2 Pieter Rembt Falconer, born on 01-09-1736 in Groningen. He was baptised on 23-09-1736 in Groningen. Pieter died on 03-02-1773 in Groningen, aged 36.
3 Bartha Johanna Falconer. She was baptised on 31-01-1738 in Groningen, Grote Kerk. Bartha died on 16-01-1809 in Groningen, aged 70.
4 Catharina Margrieta Falconer. She was baptised on 19-06-1739 in Groningen, Grote Kerk. Catharina died around 1746 in Groningen, aged about 7.
5 Wibbina Sophia Falconer, baptised on 30-09-1740 in Groningen, Grote Kerk. Follow VI-a.
6 Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 5th Earl of Kintore, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, baptised on 02-02-1742 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Follow VI-b.
7 Susanna Helena Wilhelmina Falconer. She was baptised on 17-07-1744 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Susanna died before 1746, aged less than 2.
8 Susanna Helena Wilhelmina Falconer. She was baptised on 18-09-1746 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Susanna died on 15-12-1808 in Groningen, aged 62.
9 Catharina Margrieta Falconer. She was baptised on 21-03-1749 in Groningen. Catharina died.
10 Alexander Falconer, baptised on 23-08-1754 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Follow VI-c.
11 Willem Arnold Hendrik Cornelis Falconer. He was baptised on 29-04-1757 in Groningen. Willem died on 11-09-1777 in Pennsylvania, USA, aged 20.
Note about Willem: Lieutenant 15th Regiment of Foot.
Note about the decease of Willem: Killed at the battle of Brandywine in Pennsylvania.
David Falconer [1731] 35 David Falconer [1731 ±15 year]
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V-c David Falconer (img. 35) was born around 1716 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). David died on 04-09-1775 in Bury Court, St. Mary Axe, UK, aged about 59.
At about the age of 23, David married Frances Lamplugh of St. Mary Savoy, aged 28, on 19-02-1739. She was baptised on 06-05-1710 in Bridekirk, Cumbria, UK. Frances died around 1763, aged about 53.
Note about David: The Hon. David Falconer was an insurance broker in London.
John Falconer of Jamaica [1731] 36 John Falconer [1731 ±13 year]
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V-d John Falconer of Jamaica (img. 36) was born on 17-04-1718 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). John died on 20-11-1786 in Saint Andrew, Jamaica, aged 68.
At the age of 29, John married Frances Nairn, aged about 20, on 31-01-1748 in Saint Andrew, Jamaica. Frances was born around 1728 in Clarendon, Jamaica. Frances died around 1786 in Clarendon, Jamaica, aged about 58. Frances married Richard Lindsay (died before 1748).
John married a rich young widow, Frances Nairn, in 1748. She was the daughter of Brigadier Gen. John Nairn and his wife Frances Williams (who was daughter of Rowland Williams, an early Welsh soldier-settler in Jamaica) and the widow of Richard Lindsay. John came into possession of her estate in Clarendon, but it had a lot of debts. John never could pay off his creditors, so he died in relative poverty.
Jean Falconer [1731] 37 Jean Falconer [1731 ±12 year]
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V-e Jean Falconer (img. 37) was born around 1719 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, daughter of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). Jean died on 16-02-1797 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 78.
At about the age of 31, Jean married James Melvin Falconer of Monkton, aged about 35, on 16-12-1750. James was born around 1715 in Monktown, Edinburyh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland. James died in 12-1779, aged about 64.
George Falconer of Phesdo [1731] 38 George Falconer [1731 ±9 year]
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V-f George Falconer of Phesdo (img. 38) was born around 1722 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). George died on 03-05-1780 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK, aged about 58.
At about the age of 45, George married Hanna Ivie around 1767. Hanna died.
Note about George: the Hon. George Falconer, an officer in the navy, died commander of the Invincible.
Marion Falconer [1731] 39 Margory Falconer [1731 ±8 year]
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V-g Margory (May) Falconer (img. 39) was born around 1723 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, daughter of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton and Katharine Margaret Keith (see IV-d). May died on 18-11-1787 in Deans, Scotland, aged about 64.
At about the age of 36, May married George Norvell of Boghall and Deans on 30-04-1759 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. George died.
Note about May: The names "Marion" and "Marjory" are also found, but on her gilt portrait frame is written: "Margory Falconer, 4th Daugther of David Lord Falconer of Haulkerton".

 


VI-a Wibbina Sophia Falconer, daughter of William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see V-b) and Rembertina Maria van Iddekinge. She was baptised on 30-09-1740 in Groningen, Grote Kerk. Wibbina died on 11-05-1803 in Groningen, aged 62.
At the age of 20, Wibbina married Willem Andreas Baurmeister, aged 27, on 22-08-1761 in Groningen. He was baptised on 13-01-1734 in Groningen. Willem died on 04-11-1781 in Groningen, aged 47.
Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer [1742 - 1804], 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Christina Elisabeth Sichterman [1745]  

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Gerhardus (Gerrit) Sichterman,
great-grandfather of Christina Elisabeth

 
19 Antony Adriaan
Keith-Falconer
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23 Christina Elisabeth Sichterman [1745]
painted by Philip van Dijk
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VI-b Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 5th Earl of Kintore, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 40), son of William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see V-b) and Rembertina Maria van Iddekinge. He was baptised on 02-02-1742 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Antony died on 30-08-1804 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 62.
At the age of 24, Antony married Christina Elisabeth Sichterman (img. 41), aged 27, on 09-03-1766 in Groningen. Christina was born on 26-11-1738 in Hooghly, Bengal, India, daughter of Jan Albert Sichterman and Sybilla Volkera Sadelijn. She was baptised on 05-02-1739 in Calcutta, India. Christina died on 26-03-1809 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 70.
Note about Antony: 7th Lord Faloner of Halkerton from 11 October 1776 till 30 August 1804. 5th Earl of Kintore from 28 May 1778 till 30 August 180. Succeeded by his son William Keith-Falconer.
Note about Christina: From before 1766, her married name became Keith-Falconer. As a result of her marriage, Christina Elizabeth Sighterman was styled as Countess of Kintore on 23 May 1778.
Upon Antony Adriaan’s marriage, his father gave the house and lands of Inglishmaldie (follow link), with an annual income of £100. On 23 April 1766, he released to his brothers and sisters his interest in the estates in Holland of Lord Halkerton and Rembt van Iddekinge, and went to Scotland, so that his children would be British subjects by virtue of their place of birth, a necessary step to ensure his right to inherit the title and lands of the Earl of Kintore*.
Arriving in August 1766, at Inglismaldie, he soon began improving his estates. His lands included Halkerton, Powburg, Burnton, Inglismaldie, one third of Balmakelly, Canterland, Smiddyhill, Shiels, Barnhill, Collardoe, Glensaugh, Glenfarquhar, Corsbitte, Drumhendry, Capoch, all in Kincardineshire and Dunlappie in Augus. The value of his father’s lands in Scotland, ±1770, was about £9.836.
He was exceedingly eccentric, having a great propensity for shooting his tenants’ and neighbours’ barndoor fowls. His fowling exploits also included shooting a small bird that had flown in through an open window of Logie-Pert church, during service - which, he explained, was to prevent the bird disturbing the minister and the congregation.

Antony Adriaan became the 5th Earl of Kintore. The title Earl of Kintore was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1677 for Sir John Keith, along with the title of Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall.
At the death of William, 4th Earl of Kintore, in 1761 the Earldom should have passed under the terms of the 1694 regrant to his cousin George Keith, 10th and last Earl Marischal, as heir male of George Keith, 8th Earl Marischal, the elder brother of John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore.
However, in 1715, for having supported the cause of the Stuart Kings, the English revoked his titles and estates. Exiled to Europe, the Earldom of Kintore remained suspended until the death of George Keith on 28 May 1778.
When George Keith died, it was decided that the titles and the estates (follow link) should pass to the heir general of the 4th Earl of Kintore, his great-nephew Antony Adriaan Falconer, grandson of Katharine Margaret Keith, the sister of the 4th Earl of Kintore.
Anthony Adriaan then changed his surname to Keith-Falconer. The chiefship of Clan Keith then also passed to Antony Ardiaan.
Children of Antony and Christina:
1 William Keith-Falconer, 6th Earl of Kintore, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, baptised on 11-12-1766 in Marykirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VII.
2 Sibilla Keith-Falconer, born on 09-01-1768. Sibilla died on 23-04-1792, aged 24.
3 Maria Rembertina Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 08-02-1769. Maria died on 24-08-1851, aged 82.
4 Catharine Margaret Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 03-06-1770. Catharine died on 10-12-1849, aged 79.
5 Francina Constantia Keith-Falconer, born on 09-06-1771. Francina died on 04-12-1779, aged 8.
6 Jean Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 03-06-1772. Jean died young.
7 Christina Elisabeth Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 31-12-1774. Christina died in 12-1826, aged 51 or 52.
8 Susanna Helen Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 30-08-1777. Susanna died young.
Letters Alexander Falconer [1789 & 1793] Click on the envelope left for more detailed information about Alexander.
You will find printable PDF versions of this marriage contract and letters there, in both Dutch and English.
42 Letters from Alexander Falconer
[1789 & 1793]
 
VI-c Alexander Falconer (img. 42), son of William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see V-b) and Rembertina Maria van Iddekinge. He was baptised on 23-08-1754 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Alexander died on 27-09-1826 in Groningen, aged 72.
At the age of 29, Alexander married Margareta Clementia Keiser, aged 25, on 15-08-1784 in Groningen. Margareta was born on 08-06-1759 in Groningen, daughter of Jan Harmen (Herman) Keiser and Johanna Clara (Clara) Quintus. She was baptised on 10-06-1759 in Groningen. Margareta died on 26-11-1826 in Groningen, aged 67.
Note about Alexander: Artillery master Groningen - The Netherlands
Note about the decease of Margareta: From Groninger newspaper (Uit Groninger Courant), 1 December 1826:
***  Na eene ziekte van slechts acht weken, overleed onze waarde Moeder MARGARETHA CLEMENTIA FALCONER, geb. KEISER, in den ouderdom van ruim zeven-en-zestig jaren. Verzoeke van communicatie verschoond te blijven. Groningen, den 26 November 1826, A.A.FALCONER, uit aller Namen. ***
Alexander and his brother William were sent to Scotland at the beginning of 1770, in order to learn the language and customs of Scotland, indicating how thoroughly Dutch they were. They attended school in St. Andrews and at Perth Academy. In 1775 Alexander returned to Holland, where he intended to begin a mercantile carrier. It seems doubtful that he was successful in this objective, but he did secure a post as master of artillery at Groningen. In the 1790’s, he suffered from financial insolvency, and in 1799 it was ordered that furniture of his be sold in order to pay off debts amounting to 2151 Caroly guilders. He lived on Hardingestraat at the time of the birth of his first child, then by 1789 the family lived on Turfstraat.

 


William Keith-Falconer [1766 - 1812], 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Maria Bannerman [1771 - 1826]
43 William Keith-Falconer, wearing the badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia
painted by Henry Raeburn
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44 Maria Bannerman
painted by Henry Raeburn
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VII William Keith-Falconer, 6th Earl of Kintore, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 43), son of Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 5th Earl of Kintore, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VI-b) and Christina Elisabeth Sichterman. He was baptised on 11-12-1766 in Marykirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. William died on 06-10-1812 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 45.
At the age of 26, William married Maria Bannerman (img. 44), aged 22, on 18-06-1793 in Aberdeen, Scotland. Maria was born on 28-02-1771 in Aberdeen, Scotland. She was baptised on 18-03-1771 in St. Nicholas, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Maria died on 30-06-1826 in Green Park Place, Bath, UK, aged 55.
Note about William: 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 30 August 1804 till 6 October 1812. 6th Earl of Kintore from 30 August 1804 till 6 October 1812. Succeeded by his son Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer.
William gained the rank of Officer in the service of the 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys).
Note about Maria: dau of Sir Alexander Bannerman, Bart of Kirkhill. From 18 June 1793, her married name became Keith-Falconer. As a result of her marriage, Maria Bannerman was styled as Countess of Kintore on 30 August 1804.
Children of William and Maria:
1 Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 20-04-1794 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow VIII-a.
2 Mary Keith-Falconer, born on 02-05-1795 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Mary died on 05-07-1864 in Bath, Somersetshire, UK, aged 69.
3 Alexander Keith-Falconer. He was baptised on 08-11-1798 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Alexander died on 05-01-1846 in Monkrigg, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland, aged 47.
4 William Keith-Falconer, born on 11-12-1799 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow VIII-b.

 


Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer [1794 - 1844], 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton 45 Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, wearing the badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia
painted by Sir John Watson-Gordon
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  Signature Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton
46 signature Anthony Adrian
source: The Oliff Collection
badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia 47 badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia
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VIII-a Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 45 up to 47) was born on 20-04-1794 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith-Falconer, 6th Earl of Kintore, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VII) and Maria Bannerman. Anthony died on 11-07-1844 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 50.
(1) At the age of 23, Anthony married Juliet Renny, aged 32, on 14-06-1817 in Montrose, Scotland. Juliet was born on 06-01-1785 in Montrose, Scotland. Juliet died on 09-07-1819 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged 34.
(2) At the age of 27, Anthony married Louisa Hawkins, aged 18, on 27-08-1821 in Dunnichen, Angus, Scotland. The divorce was registered on 03-03-1840. Louisa was born on 28-08-1802 in Fermoy, Ireland, daughter of Francis Hawkins and Helen Dempster Burrington. Louisa died on 01-11-1841 in Surrey, UK, aged 39.
Note about Anthony: 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 6 October 1812 till 11 July 1844. 7th Earl of Kintore from 6 October 1812 till 11 July 1844. Succeeded by his son Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer.
He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. He was created 1st Baron Kintore of Kintore, co. Aberdeen (UK) on 5 July 1838.
Note about Juliet: Juliet Renny was the daughter of Robert Renny. She died on 9 July 1819, without issue. As a result of her marriage, Juliet Renny was styled as Countess of Kintore on 14 June 1817. From 14 June 1817, her married name became Keith-Falconer.
Note about Louisa: As a result of her marriage, Louisa Hawkins was styled as Countess of Kintore on 27 August 1821. From 27 August 1821, her married name became Keith-Falconer.
Children of Anthony and Louisa:
1 William Adrian Keith-Falconer, born on 20-09-1822. William died on 17-12-1843 in Northamptonshire, UK, aged 21.
Note about William: Lord Inverurie. He gained the rank of Lieutenant in the service of the 17th Light Dragoons.
Note about the decease of William: killed while fox hunting
2 Isabella Catherine Keith-Falconer, born on 05-06-1824 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IX-a.
3 Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 07-06-1828 in Wadley House - Faringdon, Scotland. Follow IX-b.
4 Charles James Keith-Falconer, born on 01-07-1832 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow IX-c.
VIII-b William Keith-Falconer was born on 11-12-1799 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith-Falconer, 6th Earl of Kintore, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VII) and Maria Bannerman. He was baptised on 31-12-1799 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. William died on 05-01-1846 in Monkrigg, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland, aged 46.
At the age of 30, William married Louisa Grant on 24-06-1830. Louisa died on 12-02-1862 in Boulogne, France.

 


Isabella Catherin Kkeith-Falconer [1824 - 1870] 48 Isabella Catherine Keith-Falconer
IX-a Isabella Catherine Keith-Falconer (img. 48) was born on 05-06-1824 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VIII-a) and Louisa Hawkins. Isabella died on 08-02-1870 in Scotland, aged 45.
At the age of 23, Isabella married Henry Grant of Congalton on 04-08-1847. Henry died.
Note about Henry: Henry Grant of Conglaton’s father was William Grant of Congalton who Gilbert Stuart painted which is called the Ice Skater! He also painted George Washington.
Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer [1828 - 1880], 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Louisa Madeleine Hawkins [1851], detail from painting by Sir Francis Grant Detail from firescreen Keith Hall [1850], ordered by the 8th Earl of Kintore The panel of the firescreen painted with a landscape including Keith Hall, showing the 8th Earl and Countess of Kintore riding with their dogs Flush and Bruno

see also theFirescreen - Keith Hall, Inverurie pdf version
49 Francis Alexander
Keith-Falconer
painted by William Salter Herrick
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50 Louisa Madeleine Hawkins [1851], detail from painting by Sir Francis Grant
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51 Detail from firescreen Keith Hall
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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IX-b Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 49 and 51) was born on 07-06-1828 in Wadley House - Faringdon, Scotland, son of Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VIII-a) and Louisa Hawkins. Francis died on 18-07-1880 in Marylebone, Scotland, aged 52.
At the age of 23, Francis married Louisa Madeleine Hawkins (img. 50 and 51), aged 23, on 24-06-1851. Louisa was born on 07-06-1828 in Fermoy, Ireland, daughter of Francis Hawkins. Louisa died on 06-02-1916, aged 87.
Note about Francis: 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 11 July 1844 till 18 July 1880. 8th Earl of Kintore from 11 July 1844 till 18 July 1880. Succeeded by his son Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer.
He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baron Kintore of Kintore, co. Aberdeen on 11 July 1844. He succeeded to the title of 8th Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall on 11 July 1844.
Note about the marriage of Francis and Louisa: Francis Alexander and Louisa Madeleine are cousins. Louisa Madeleine is the daughter of the brother of Francis’ mother. See Also the graphical representation.
Note about Louisa: From 24 June 1851, her married name became Keith-Falconer. As a result of her marriage, Louisa Madeleine Hawkins was styled as Countess of Kintore on 24 June 1851.
Children of Francis and Louisa:
1 Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 12-08-1852 in Lixmount House - Edinburgh, Scotland. Follow X-a.
2 Dudley Metcalfe Courtenay Keith-Falconer, born on 19-01-1854 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was baptised on 02-03-1854 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Dudley died on 27-11-1873, aged 19.
3 Ion Grant Neville Keith-Falconer, born on 05-07-1856 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Follow X-b.
4 Madeleine Dora Keith-Falconer, born on 27-06-1858 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow X-c.
5 Blanche Catherine Keith-Falconer, born on 15-09-1859 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow X-d.
6 Arthur Keith-Falconer, born on 27-08-1863 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Arthur died on 09-12-1877, aged 14.
7 Maude Keith-Falconer, born on 20-07-1869 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Maude died.
IX-c Charles James Keith-Falconer was born on 01-07-1832 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VIII-a) and Louisa Hawkins. Charles died on 07-01-1889 in Brighton, Surrey, UK, aged 56.
At the age of 24, Charles married Caroline Diana Aldridge, aged 19, on 24-01-1857 in St. Leonards Forest, Sussex, UK. Caroline was born on 11-12-1837 in St. Leonards Forest, Sussex, UK. Caroline died on 24-02-1920 in London, aged 82.
Children of Charles and Caroline:
1 Diana Mary Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 20-12-1858 in Horsham, Sussex, UK. Diana died.
2 Cecil Edward Keith-Falconer, born on 11-10-1860 in Lower Beeding, Sussex, UK. Cecil died on 10-11-1899 in Orange River, Belmont, South Africa, aged 39.
3 Ida Madelene Keith-Falconer. She was baptised on 25-04-1868 in Lower Beeding, Sussex, UK. Ida died.
4 Victor Francis Keith-Falconer, born on 27-10-1869 in Lower Beeding, Sussex, UK. He was baptised on 13-12-1869 in Kensington, Middlesex, UK. Victor died on 21-02-1900 in Fort Wylie - Colenso, South Africa, aged 30.

 


Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer [1852 - 1930], 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Sydney Charlotte Montagu [1851 - 1932] & daughter Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer
52 Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer
painted by Charles Napier Kennedy
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53 Sydney Charlotte Montagu
& daughter Hilda
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X-a Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 52) was born on 12-08-1852 in Lixmount House - Edinburgh, Scotland, son of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see IX-b) and Louisa Madeleine Hawkins. Algernon died on 19-03-1930 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 77.
At the age of 21, Algernon married Sydney Charlotte Montagu (img. 53), aged 21, on 14-08-1873 in Parish Church of St George - Hanover Square, Mayfair, London. Sydney was born on 14-10-1851 in Kimbolton Castle - Kimbolton, UK, daughter of George Montagu and Harriet Sydney Dobbs. Sydney died on 21-09-1932 in Inverurie - Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 80.
Note about Algernon: 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 18 July 1880 till 19 March 1930. 9th Earl of Kintore from 18 July 1880 till 19 March 1930. Succeeded by his son Arthur George Keith-Falconer.
Note about the decease of Sydney: The Newcastle Sun, New South Wales, Australia - 24 sep 1932:
***  Countess of Kintore Dead, — London, Friday: The death is announced of the Dowager Countess of Kintore, who was Lady Sydney Charlotte Montagu, daughter of the sixth Duke of Manchester, and who was married to the one-time Governor of South Australia in 1873. Her husband died in 1930. ***
Algernon was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England. He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in 1872 with a Bachelor of Arts. He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in 1877 with a Master of Arts. He succeeded to the title of 9th Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall on 18 July 1880. He succeeded to the title of 3rd Baron Kintore of Kintore, co. Aberdeen on 18 July 1880. He succeeded to the title of 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton on 18 July 1880. He held the office of a Lord-in-Waiting between 1885 and 1886. He was invested as a Privy Counsellor in 1886. He held the office of Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard between 1886 and 1889. He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross, Order of St. Michael and St. George in 1889. He held the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of South Australia between 1889 and 1895. He held the office of a Lord-in-Waiting between 1895 and 1905. He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law by Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. He was decorated with the award of the North Star of Sweden. He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law by Adelaide University, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. He was decorated with the award of the Grand Cross, Military Order of Christ of Portugal. He was decorated with the award of the Order of the Red Eagle of Prussia. He was invested as a Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh. He was decorated with the award of the Grand Cordon of the Crown of Italy (1st Class). He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law by Aberdeen University, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was Colonel of the 3rd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders. He held the office of Justice of the Peace for Aberdeenshire. He held the office of Justice of the Peace for Kincardineshire. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Kincardineshire. He held the office of Aide-de-Camp to HM King Edward VII in 1901. He was invested as a Knight, Order of the Thistle in 1923.
Children of Algernon and Sydney:
1 Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th (suo jure) Countess of Kintore, born on 20-09-1874 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow XI-a.
Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer [1897] 54 Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer [1897]
See also her mourning brooch for her young died brother "Ian Douglas Montagu Keith-Falconer"

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2 Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer (img. 54), born on 05-11-1875 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Hilda died on 13-07-1967, aged 91.
Note about the decease of Hilda: died unmarried
3 Ian Douglas Montagu Keith-Falconer, born on 05-04-1877 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Ian died on 26-08-1897 in London, aged 20.
Note about Ian: He was styled as Lord Inverurie between 1880 and 1897. He gained the rank of Lieutenant in the service of the 3rd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders.
4 Arthur George Keith-Falconer, 10th Earl of Kintore, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 05-01-1879 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow XI-b.
Ion Keith-Falconer [1856 - 1887] 55 Ion Keith-Falconer

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See also: Memorials of the Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer M.A.
X-b Ion Grant Neville Keith-Falconer (img. 55) was born on 05-07-1856 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see IX-b) and Louisa Madeleine Hawkins. Ion died on 11-05-1887 in Sheikh Othman, near Aden, Arabia, aged 30.
At the age of 27, Ion married Gwendolen Bevan, aged 18, on 04-03-1884 in Cannes, France. Gwendolen was born in 10-1865 in Enfield, Middlesex, UK. Gwendolen died on 24-10-1937 in London, aged 71 or 72. Gwendolen married Frederick Ewart Bradshaw (1865-1958) on 15-12-1894.
Note about the marriage of Ion and Gwendolen: they had no issue
Note about Gwendolen: daughter of Robert Cooper Lee Bevan of Fosbury House, Wiltshire
Ion Grant Neville Keith-Falconer was a Scottish missionary and Arabic scholar, the third son of the 8th Earl of Kintore. Keith-Falconer was born in Edinburgh. After passing through Harrow School and the University of Cambridge, he moved into evangelistic work in London. In 1886, he was appointed Arabic professor at Cambridge, but his career was cut short near Aden while in missionary work. He translated the Fables of Bidpaï. He was an athlete, a champion cyclist and is described as a world cycling champion in 1878. See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_Keith-Falconer
X-c Madeleine Dora Keith-Falconer was born on 27-06-1858 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see IX-b) and Louisa Madeleine Hawkins. Madeleine died on 11-12-1925, aged 67.
At the age of 31, Madeleine married Francis Henry Tonge, aged 34, on 12-07-1889. Francis was born on 08-06-1855 in Highway, Wilts, England. Francis died on 06-03-1936, aged 80.
X-d Blanche Catherine Keith-Falconer was born on 15-09-1859 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see IX-b) and Louisa Madeleine Hawkins. Blanche died on 18-09-1922, aged 63.
At the age of 24, Blanche married Granville Roland Francis Smith, aged 22, on 04-12-1883. Granville was born on 24-12-1860. Granville died on 04-03-1917, aged 56.

 


John Laurence Baird [1874 - 1941] 56 John Lawrence Baird

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XI-a Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th (suo jure) Countess of Kintore was born on 20-09-1874 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Sydney Charlotte Montagu. Sydney died on 21-09-1974 in Surrey, UK, aged 100.
At the age of 30, Sydney married John Laurence Baird (img. 56), aged 30, on 16-02-1905 in London. John was born on 27-04-1874 in Chelsea, London. John died on 20-08-1941 in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 67.
Note about Sydney: 11th Countess of Kintore ’suo jure’ (= in his/her own right) from 25 May 1966 till 21 September 1974. Succeeded by her son James Ian (Baird) Keith.
Note about John: Sir John Lawrence Baird of Ury, 1st Viscount Stonehaven.
Lady Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore usually went by her middle name of Sydney. From 16 February 1905, her married name became Baird. As a result of her marriage, Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, Countess of Kintore was styled as Baroness Stonehaven on 12 June 1925.
See also her Autographic Letter Signed Document
Children of Sydney and John:
1 Annette Sydney Helen Mary Baird, born on 19-11-1905. Follow XII-a.
2 James Ian (Ian) Baird (later Keith), 12th Earl of Kintore, born on 25-07-1908. Follow XII-b.
3 Robert Alexander Greville Baird, born on 14-04-1910. Follow XII-c.
4 Ariel Olivia Winifred Baird, born on 16-08-1916. Follow XII-d.
5 Hilda Ava Fiona Nancy Baird, born on 20-04-1919. Follow XII-e.
Helena Zimmerman [1912], Duchess of Manchester 57 Duchess of Manchester [1912], formerly American Helena Zimmerman

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XI-b Arthur George Keith-Falconer, 10th Earl of Kintore, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton was born on 05-01-1879 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Sydney Charlotte Montagu. Arthur died on 25-05-1966 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 87.
At the age of 58, Arthur married Helena Zimmerman (img. 57), aged 58, on 23-11-1937 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Helena was born on 01-09-1879 in Cincinnati, OH, USA, daughter of Eugene Zimmerman. Helena died on 15-12-1971 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 92. Helena married William Angus Drogo Montagu (1877-1947) on 14-11-1900 in St Marylebone Parish Church - London. The dissolution of this marriage was registered in 1931.
Note about Arthur: 12th and last Lord Falkoner of Halkerton from 19 March 1930 till 25 May 1966. 10th Earl of Kintore from 19 March 1930 till 25 May 1966, succeeded by his sister Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, 11th (suo jure) Countess of Kintore.
Note about Helena: As a result of her marriage, Helena Zimmerman was styled as Duchess of Manchester on 14 November 1900. From 14 November 1900, her married name became Montagu. She succeeded to the title of Countess of Kintore on 23 November 1937. From 23 November 1937, her married name became Keith-Falconer.
Arthur George was educated at Eton between 1892 and 1895, he joined the Scots Guards in 1899. He was lieutenant, serving between 1900 and 1902 in the South African War. He was promoted to the rank of captain in 1914 and served in World War I. He was attaché to the British legation to Buenos Aires in 1907. He had no issue, and his titles, except that of Lord Falconer of Halkerton, passed to his sister and then to her eldest son.
He fought in the Boer War between 1900 and 1902. He gained the rank of Captain in the service of the Scots Guards (Special Reserves). He fought in the First World War.
He succeeded to the title of 4th Baron Kintore of Kintore, co. Aberdeen on 3 March 1930. He succeeded to the title of 12th Lord Falconer of Halkertoun on 3 March 1930.


With the death of Arthur George Keith-Falconer the title "Lord Falconer of Halkerton" became dormant. This means that an heir is believed to be alive, but it is uncertain who the heir is. It has to be the senior "heir-male", meaning that all the senior male lines need to be proven extinct. In theory, the claimant would petition the Lord Lyon, King of Arms, for a grant of arms, claiming that he is the senior heir. Foreigners can receive grants of arms from the Lord Lyon, King of Arms, if they are the senior male-line descendant of a Scottish emigrant.
See also The Lords Falconer of Halkereton.
 

 


XII-a Annette Sydney Helen Mary Baird was born on 19-11-1905, daughter of John Laurence Baird and Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore (see XI-a). Annette died on 01-02-1950, aged 44.
At the age of 19, Annette married Michael Henry Mason on 17-08-1925.
James Ian (Baird) Keith, 12th Earl of Kintore 58 James Ian (Baird) Keith

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XII-b James Ian (Ian) Baird (later Keith), 12th Earl of Kintore (img. 58) was born on 25-07-1908, son of John Laurence Baird and Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore (see XI-a). Ian died on 01-10-1989, aged 81.
At the age of 26, Ian married Delia Virginia Loyd, aged 19, on 05-03-1935. Delia was born on 12-08-1915. Delia died on 10-01-2007, aged 91.
Note about Ian: 12th Earl of Kintore from 21 September 1974 till 1 October 1989. Succeeded by his son Michael Canning William John Keith.
Born as James Ian Baird, he changed his name from Baird to Keith by Interlocutor of the Lyon Court 28 June 1967.
James succeeded to the title of 2nd Baron Stonehaven, of Ury, co. Kincardine on 20 August 1941. He succeeded to the title of 2nd Viscount Stonehaven on 20 August 1941. He succeeded to the title of 3rd Baronet Baird, of Ury, co. Kincardine on 20 August 1941. He held the office of Member of the Kincardineshire County Council in 1954. He was registered as a Associate, Insititution of Structural Engineers. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Kincardineshire in 1959. He held the office of Vice-Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire between 1965 and 1976. He held the office of Member of the Grampian Regional Council in 1974. He succeeded to the title of 12th Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall on 21 September 1974. He was admitted to Royal Company of Archers.
Children of Ian and Delia:
1 Diana Elizabeth Virginia Sydney Baird, born on 22-06-1937.
2 Michael Canning William John Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore, born on 22-02-1939. Follow XIII.
3 Alexander David Keith, born on 21-04-1946.
XII-c Robert Alexander Greville Baird was born on 14-04-1910, son of John Laurence Baird and Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore (see XI-a). Robert died on 17-07-1943, aged 33.
At the age of 28, Robert married Dorviegelda Malvina MacGregor on 30-03-1939. Dorviegelda married Algernon Ivan Sladen on 15-11-1947.
XII-d Ariel Olivia Winifred Baird was born on 16-08-1916, daughter of John Laurence Baird and Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore (see XI-a). Ariel died on 29-04-2003 in Wokingham, UK, aged 86.
At the age of 29, Ariel married Kenneth Alexander Keith on 25-04-1946. The divorce was registered in 1958.
Note about Kenneth: Baron Keith of Castleacre
XII-e Hilda Ava Fiona Nancy Baird was born on 20-04-1919, daughter of John Laurence Baird and Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore (see XI-a). Hilda died in 04-2001 in Chippenham, UK, aged 81 or 82.
At the age of 26, Hilda married Ronald Fulton Lucas Chance on 12-06-1945. Ronald died in 1996.
Note about Ronald: Lt Col Ronald Fulton Lucas Chance

 


Michael Canning William John Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore Michael Canning William John Keith, with wife and children
59 Michael Canning William John Keith,
13th Earl of Kintore
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60 Michael Canning William John Keith,
with wife and children
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XIII Michael Canning William John Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore (img. 59 and 60) was born on 22-02-1939, son of James Ian (Ian) Baird (later Keith), 12th Earl of Kintore (see XII-b) and Delia Virginia Loyd. Michael died on 30-10-2004, aged 65.
At the age of 33, Michael married Mary Plum (img. 60) on 09-10-1972. Mary died on 01-08-2006 in Roxburghe House, Aberdeen.
Note about Michael: 13th Earl of Kintore from 1 October 1989 till 30 October 2004. Succeeded by his son James William Falconer Keith.
Note about Mary: After her marriage, Mary Plum was styled as Countess of Kintore in 1989.
On the death of his father, the 12th Earl, in 1989, the 13th Earl became Chief of Clan Keith, a role which he "ably and vigorously assumed".
The 13th Earl held a seat in the House of Lords from 1989 until 1991.
Children of Michael and Mary (img. 60):
1 James William Falconer Keith, 14th Earl of Kintore, baptised on 15-04-1976. Follow XIV.
2 Iona Delia Mary Gaddis Keith. She was baptised on 01-01-1978.

 


James William Falconer Keith,14th Earl of Kintore 61 James William Falconer Keith,14th Earl of Kintore

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XIV James William Falconer Keith, 14th Earl of Kintore (img. 61), son of Michael Canning William John Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore (see XIII) and Mary Plum. He was baptised on 15-04-1976.
James married.
Note about James: 14th Earl of Kintore from 30 October 2004 onwards.
James now focuses his time and interests in the estate of Keith Hall in Inverurie. He lived in 2003 at The Stables, Keith Hall, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Child of James from and his wife:
1 Tristan Michael Keith, current Lord Inverurie, born in 2010.
 
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Some Earl of Kintore related objects

Livery Button Earl of Kintore George II Mahogany Spoon-Back Hall Chair for the Earls of Kintore
Livery Button
Earl of Kintore
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George II Mahogany Spoon-Back Hall Chairs [±1730]
The chairs were commissioned by John Keith
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Livery Button Earl of Kintore & Lord Keith Falconer "John Willis" Georgian Sterling Two Handled Loving Cup [1792] with Royal Crest of the Earl of Kintore
Livery Button
Earl of Kintore, Lord Keith-Falconer
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"John Willis" Georgian Sterling Two Handled Loving Cup [1792] with Royal Crest of the Earl of Kintore
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a late Victorian gold, diamond, enamel locked mourning brooch for Ian Douglas Montagu Keith-Falconer
Late Victorian gold, diamond, enamel locked mourning brooch for
Ian Douglas Montagu Keith-Falconer, Lord Inverurie
Provenance Lady Hilda Madeline Keith-Falconer
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Silver hunting horns [±1838], 7th Earl of Kintore Mid-Victorian giltwood and ebonised side chairs, 8th Earl of Kintore
Silver hunting horns [±1838] with presentation inscriptions to the Earl of Kintore
Provenance: Anthony Adrian, 7th Earl of Kintore
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Mid-Victorian giltwood and ebonised side chairs by Hindley & Sons [±1870] with an balloon-shaped back centered by an Earl's coronet, supplied to Francis Alexander, 8th Earl of Kintore
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Firescreen - Keith Hall, Inverurie [1850], makers "Jennens & Bettridge"
Firescreen Keith Hall [1850] © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
See also the Victoria and Albert Museum pdf version
Firescreen commissioned by the 8th Earl of Kintore for Keith Hall
Delivered in October 1850 by the makers of Victorian papier-mâché "Jennens & Bettridge"
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Teaspoon by "Hunt and Roskell" [±1850]; engraved with crest and motto of Keith-Falconer, Earl of Kintore Arms of the Earl of Kintore, attached to Kintore Town Hall
Teaspoon by "Hunt and Roskell" [±1850]
engraved with crest and motto of Keith-Falconer,
Earl of Kintore
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Arms of the Earl of Kintore,
attached to Kintore Town Hall
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Index (199 persons)

Aldridge, Caroline Diana (*11-12-1837, †24-02-1920) [Partner of IX-c]  IX-c
Arbuthnott, Robert (*±1617, †10-10-1655) [Father-in-law of III-a]  III-a
Arbuthnott, Robert (*12-12-1638, †15-06-1682) [Partner of III-a]  III-a
Baird, Annette Sydney Helen Mary (*19-11-1905, †01-02-1950) [Number XII-a]  XII-a
Baird, Ariel Olivia Winifred (*16-08-1916, †29-04-2003) [Number XII-d]  XII-d
Baird, Diana Elizabeth Virginia Sydney (*22-06-1937) [Daughter of XII-b]  XII-b,1
Baird, Hilda Ava Fiona Nancy (*20-04-1919, †?-04-2001) [Number XII-e]  XII-e
Baird, John Laurence (*27-04-1874, †20-08-1941) [Partner of XI-a]  XI-a; XII-a; XII-b; XII-c; XII-d; XII-e
Baird, Robert Alexander Greville (*14-04-1910, †17-07-1943) [Number XII-c]  XII-c
Baird (later Keith), 12th Earl of Kintore, James Ian (Ian) (*25-07-1908, †01-10-1989) [Number XII-b]  XII-b; XIII
Bannerman, Maria (*28-02-1771, †30-06-1826) [Partner of VII]  VII; VIII-a; VIII-b
Baurmeister, Willem Andreas (~13-01-1734, †04-11-1781) [Partner of VI-a]  VI-a
Bevan, Gwendolen (*?-10-1865, †24-10-1937) [Partner of X-b]  X-b
Bradshaw, Frederick Ewart (*07-02-1865, †25-03-1958)  X-b
Burrington, Helen Dempster [Father-in-law of VIII-a]  VIII-a
Carnegie, Jeane (Jean) (*1637, †?-03-1671) [Father-in-law of III-f]  III-f
Carnegie, Marjorie (*±1609, †22-12-1651) [Father-in-law of III-a]  III-a
Chance, Ronald Fulton Lucas (†1996) [Partner of XII-e]  XII-e
Chiesly, Rachel (*1679, †?-05-1745) [Father-in-law of IV-e]  IV-e
Cochrane, Catherine Mary (*±1710, †15-03-1786)  IV-a
Digby, Juliana (*±1710, †1785) [Father-in-law of V-a]  V-a
Dobbs, Harriet Sydney (*04-12-1834, †20-05-1907) [Father-in-law of X-a]  X-a
Douglas, Anne (†±1689) [Partner of II-b]  II-b
Douglas, Anne (*1604, †06-12-1667) [Father-in-law of II-d]  II-d
Douglas, Jane (*±1649, †?-10-1676) [Father-in-law of III-e]  III-e
Douglas, Robert (*1611, †12-11-1649) [Father-in-law of II-b]  II-b
Drummond, James (*07-07-1648, †11-05-1716) [Father-in-law of III-e]  III-e
Drummond, Mary (*±1670, †07-03-1729) [Partner of III-e]  III-e; IV-a; IV-b; IV-c
Erskine, James (*1679, †24-01-1754) [Father-in-law of IV-e]  IV-e
Erskine, John (*1558, †14-12-1634) [Father-in-law of I]  I
Erskine, Mary (Margaret) (*±1593, †?-03-1664) [Partner of I]  I; II-a; II-b; II-c; II-d; II-e; II-f
Erskine, Mary (*05-07-1714, †19-05-1772) [Partner of IV-e]  IV-e
Falconer, Agnes (~29-01-1626, †?-03-1708) [Father-in-law of III-d]  III-d
Falconer, Alexander (~23-08-1754, †27-09-1826) [Number VI-c]  VI-c
Falconer, Bartha Johanna (~31-01-1738, †16-01-1809) [Daughter of V-b]  V-b,3
Falconer, Catharina Margrieta (~19-06-1739, †±1746) [Daughter of V-b]  V-b,4
Falconer, Catharina Margrieta (~21-03-1749) [Daughter of V-b]  V-b,9
Falconer, David (*±1716, †04-09-1775) [Number V-c]  V-c
Falconer, David (*24-08-1735, †28-08-1735) [Son of V-b]  V-b,1
Falconer, Jean (*±1719, †16-02-1797) [Number V-e]  V-e
Falconer, Katharine (*±1717, †01-12-1748) [Daughter of IV-d]  IV-d,4
Falconer, Margory (May) (*±1723, †18-11-1787) [Number V-g]  V-g
Falconer, Mary (*±1721, †27-09-1775) [Daughter of IV-d]  IV-d,7
Falconer, Pieter Rembt (*01-09-1736, †03-02-1773) [Son of V-b]  V-b,2
Falconer, Susanna Helena Wilhelmina (~17-07-1744, †<1746) [Daughter of V-b]  V-b,7
Falconer, Susanna Helena Wilhelmina (~18-09-1746, †15-12-1808) [Daughter of V-b]  V-b,8
Falconer, Wibbina Sophia (~30-09-1740, †11-05-1803) [Number VI-a]  VI-a
Falconer, Willem Arnold Hendrik Cornelis (~29-04-1757, †11-09-1777) [Son of V-b]  V-b,11
Falconer of Jamaica, John (*17-04-1718, †20-11-1786) [Number V-d]  V-d
Falconer of Monkton, James Melvin (*±1715, †?-12-1779) [Partner of V-e]  V-e
Falconer of Newton, David (*±1639, †15-12-1685) [Father-in-law of IV-d]  IV-d
Falconer of Phesdo, George (*±1722, †03-05-1780) [Number V-f]  V-f
Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, David (*27-05-1681, †24-09-1751) [Partner of IV-d]  IV-d; V-a; V-b; V-c; V-d; V-e; V-f; V-g
Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1707, †05-11-1762) [Number V-a]  V-a
Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, William (*±1712, †11-10-1776) [Number V-b]  V-b; VI-a; VI-b; VI-c
Fleming, Clementina (*1719, †01-01-1799) [Daughter of IV-b]  IV-b,1
Fleming, John (*±1674, †10-02-1743) [Partner of IV-b]  IV-b
Fleming, William (*<1645, †08-04-1681) [Father-in-law of IV-b]  IV-b
Forbes, Alexander (*±1605, †26-10-1636) [Partner of II-a]  II-a
Forbes, Isobel (*1540) [Father-in-law of II-e]  II-e
Forbes, John (*±1550, †?-09-1625) [Father-in-law of II-a]  II-a
Foulis, Anne (*±1617, †±1656)  III-b
Gerlacius, Bartha Johanna (*08-02-1688, †24-01-1750) [Father-in-law of V-b]  V-b
Gordon, Jean (*1622, †1655) [Father-in-law of II-f]  II-f
Gordon, Katherine (*±1644, †04-11-1692)  III-a
Graham, John (*±1613, †06-09-1644) [Partner of II-c]  II-c
Graham, William (*?-07-1589, †13-04-1661) [Father-in-law of II-c]  II-c
Grant, Louisa (†12-02-1862) [Partner of VIII-b]  VIII-b
Grant of Congalton, Henry [Partner of IX-a]  IX-a
Gray, Agnes (*±1597, †01-03-1667) [Father-in-law of II-c]  II-c
Hamilton, Margaret (*15-01-1641, †?-12-1711) [Partner of II-f]  II-f; III-f
Hamilton, Thomas (*25-05-1600, †30-08-1640) [Father-in-law of II-f]  II-f
Hawkins, Francis [Father-in-law of VIII-a]  VIII-a
Hawkins, Francis (†1854) [Father-in-law of IX-b]  IX-b
Hawkins, Louisa (*28-08-1802, †01-11-1841) [Partner of VIII-a]  VIII-a; IX-a; IX-b; IX-c
Hawkins, Louisa Madeleine (*07-06-1828, †06-02-1916) [Partner of IX-b]  IX-b; X-a; X-b; X-c; X-d
Hay, Anne (*±1585, †13-02-1625) [Father-in-law of II-b]  II-b
Hay, George (*±1595, †05-10-1644) [Father-in-law of II-d]  II-d
Hay, Mary (*15-05-1633, †10-11-1701) [Partner of II-d]  II-d; III-e
Home, Margaret (*05-12-1565, †?-05-1598) [Mother of I]  I
Hope of Hopetoun, James (*±1614, †23-11-1661) [Partner of III-b]  III-b
Iddekinge, Pieter Rembt van (*29-07-1683, †06-07-1758) [Father-in-law of V-b]  V-b
Iddekinge, Rembertina Maria van (~02-04-1713, †22-10-1779) [Partner of V-b]  V-b; VI-a; VI-b; VI-c
Ivie, Hanna [Partner of V-f]  V-f
Keiser, Jan Harmen (Herman) (*02-05-1730, †27-05-1800) [Father-in-law of VI-c]  VI-c
Keiser, Margareta Clementia (*08-06-1759, †26-11-1826) [Partner of VI-c]  VI-c
Keith, Alexander (†28-10-1644) [Son of I]  I,7
Keith, Alexander David (*21-04-1946) [Son of XII-b]  XII-b,3
Keith, Anne (*20-08-1688, †±1728) [Number IV-a]  IV-a
Keith, Elizabeth (*±1640, †?-02-1664) [Number III-a]  III-a
Keith, Iona Delia Mary Gaddis (~01-01-1978) [Daughter of XIII]  XIII,2
Keith, Isabel (*±1645, †±1690) [Number III-c]  III-c
Keith, James Francis Edward (*11-06-1696, †14-10-1758) [Number IV-c]  IV-c
Keith, Jane (*±1612) [Number II-a]  II-a
Keith, Jane (*±1649, †±1687) [Number III-d]  III-d
Keith, Jean (*29-06-1690, †01-03-1762) [Daughter of III-f]  III-f,2
Keith, Katharine Margaret (~24-06-1690, †01-03-1762) [Number IV-d]  IV-d; V-a; V-b; V-c; V-d; V-e; V-f; V-g
Keith, Kenneth Alexander [Partner of XII-d]  XII-d
Keith, Mary (*±1616, †?-04-1683) [Number II-c]  II-c
Keith, Mary (*±1645) [Number III-b]  III-b
Keith, Mary (*?-05-1695, †±1721) [Number IV-b]  IV-b
Keith, Robert [Son of I]  I,6
Keith, William (*11-08-1638, †<1650) [Son of II-b]  II-b,1
Keith of Benholme, James (*±1620, †?-03-1671) [Number II-e]  II-e
Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore, John (*±1630, †12-04-1715) [Number II-f]  II-f; III-f
Keith, 2nd Earl of Kintore, William (*±1665, †05-12-1718) [Number III-f]  III-f; IV-d; IV-e
Keith, 3rd Earl of Kintore, John (~21-05-1699, †22-11-1758) [Number IV-e]  IV-e
Keith, 4th Earl of Kintore, William (~05-01-1702, †22-11-1761) [Son of III-f]  III-f,4
Keith, 5th Earl Marischal, George (*±1553, †02-04-1623) [Father of I]  I
Keith, 6th Earl Marischal, William (*±1585, †28-10-1635) [Number I]  I; II-a; II-b; II-c; II-d; II-e; II-f
Keith, 7th Earl Marischal, William (*?-03-1614, †?-03-1671) [Number II-b]  II-b; III-a; III-b; III-c; III-d
Keith, 8th Earl Marischal, George (*±1618, †?-03-1694) [Number II-d]  II-d; III-e
Keith, 9th Earl Marischal, William (*±1664, †27-05-1712) [Number III-e]  III-e; IV-a; IV-b; IV-c
Keith, 10th Earl Marischal, George (*±1692, †28-05-1778) [Son of III-e]  III-e,2
Keith, 12th Earl of Kintore, James Ian (Ian) (former Baird) (*25-07-1908, †01-10-1989) [Number XII-b]  XII-b; XIII
Keith, 13th Earl of Kintore, Michael Canning William John (*22-02-1939, †30-10-2004) [Number XIII]  XIII; XIV
Keith, 14th Earl of Kintore, James William Falconer (~15-04-1976) [Number XIV]  XIV
Keith, current Lord Inverurie, Tristan Michael (*2010) [Son of XIV]  XIV,1
Keith-Falconer, Alexander (~08-11-1798, †05-01-1846) [Son of VII]  VII,3
Keith-Falconer, Arthur (*27-08-1863, †09-12-1877) [Son of IX-b]  IX-b,6
Keith-Falconer, Blanche Catherine (*15-09-1859, †18-09-1922) [Number X-d]  X-d
Keith-Falconer, Catharine Margaret (~03-06-1770, †10-12-1849) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,4
Keith-Falconer, Cecil Edward (*11-10-1860, †10-11-1899) [Son of IX-c]  IX-c,2
Keith-Falconer, Charles James (*01-07-1832, †07-01-1889) [Number IX-c]  IX-c
Keith-Falconer, Christina Elisabeth (~31-12-1774, †?-12-1826) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,7
Keith-Falconer, Diana Mary (~20-12-1858) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,1
Keith-Falconer, Dudley Metcalfe Courtenay (*19-01-1854, †27-11-1873) [Son of IX-b]  IX-b,2
Keith-Falconer, Francina Constantia (*09-06-1771, †04-12-1779) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,5
Keith-Falconer, Hilda Madaleine (*05-11-1875, †13-07-1967) [Daughter of X-a]  X-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Ian Douglas Montagu (*05-04-1877, †26-08-1897) [Son of X-a]  X-a,3
Keith-Falconer, Ida Madelene (~25-04-1868) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,3
Keith-Falconer, Ion Grant Neville (*05-07-1856, †11-05-1887) [Number X-b]  X-b
Keith-Falconer, Isabella Catherine (*05-06-1824, †08-02-1870) [Number IX-a]  IX-a
Keith-Falconer, Jean (~03-06-1772) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,6
Keith-Falconer, Madeleine Dora (*27-06-1858, †11-12-1925) [Number X-c]  X-c
Keith-Falconer, Maria Rembertina (~08-02-1769, †24-08-1851) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,3
Keith-Falconer, Mary (*02-05-1795, †05-07-1864) [Daughter of VII]  VII,2
Keith-Falconer, Maude (*20-07-1869) [Daughter of IX-b]  IX-b,7
Keith-Falconer, Sibilla (*09-01-1768, †23-04-1792) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,2
Keith-Falconer, Susanna Helen (~30-08-1777) [Daughter of VI-b]  VI-b,8
Keith-Falconer, Victor Francis (*27-10-1869, †21-02-1900) [Son of IX-c]  IX-c,4
Keith-Falconer, William (*11-12-1799, †05-01-1846) [Number VIII-b]  VIII-b
Keith-Falconer, William Adrian (*20-09-1822, †17-12-1843) [Son of VIII-a]  VIII-a,1
Keith-Falconer, 5th Earl of Kintore, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Antony Adriaan (~02-02-1742, †30-08-1804) [Number VI-b]  VI-b; VII
Keith-Falconer, 6th Earl of Kintore, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, William (~11-12-1766, †06-10-1812) [Number VII]  VII; VIII-a; VIII-b
Keith-Falconer, 7th Earl of Kintore, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Anthony Adrian (*20-04-1794, †11-07-1844) [Number VIII-a]  VIII-a; IX-a; IX-b; IX-c
Keith-Falconer, 8th Earl of Kintore, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Francis Alexander (*07-06-1828, †18-07-1880) [Number IX-b]  IX-b; X-a; X-b; X-c; X-d
Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Algernon Hawkins Thomand (*12-08-1852, †19-03-1930) [Number X-a]  X-a; XI-a; XI-b
Keith-Falconer, 10th Earl of Kintore, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Arthur George (*05-01-1879, †25-05-1966) [Number XI-b]  XI-b
Keith-Falconer, 11th Countess of Kintore, Ethel Sydney (Sydney) (*20-09-1874, †21-09-1974) [Number XI-a]  XI-a; XII-a; XII-b; XII-c; XII-d; XII-e
Lamplugh of St. Mary Savoy, Frances (~06-05-1710, †±1763) [Partner of V-c]  V-c
Lindsay, David (*±1551, †15-12-1610) [Father-in-law of II-e]  II-e
Lindsay, Margaret  IV-b
Lindsay, Margaret (*±1598) [Partner of II-e]  II-e
Lindsay, Richard (†<02-09-1748)  V-d
Lockhart, Euphemia (*12-02-1702, †24-11-1762)  IV-b
Loyd, Delia Virginia (*12-08-1915, †10-01-2007) [Partner of XII-b]  XII-b; XIII
MacGregor, Dorviegelda Malvina [Partner of XII-c]  XII-c
Mackworth, Frances (*28-08-1731, †03-03-1814) [Partner of V-a]  V-a
Mackworth of Glamorganshire, Herbert (*07-09-1687, †20-08-1765) [Father-in-law of V-a]  V-a
Mason, Michael Henry [Partner of XII-a]  XII-a
Maule, Patrick (†25-01-1666)  I
Merthens, Eva (*±1723, †15-10-1811) [Partner of IV-c]  IV-c
Merthens, Karl Johansson (*±1693, †31-03-1743) [Father-in-law of IV-c]  IV-c
Montagu, George (*09-07-1799, †18-08-1855) [Father-in-law of X-a]  X-a
Montagu, Sydney Charlotte (*14-10-1851, †21-09-1932) [Partner of X-a]  X-a; XI-a; XI-b
Montagu, William Angus Drogo (*03-03-1877, †09-02-1947)  XI-b
Montgomerie, Catherine (*23-10-1677, †01-12-1757) [Father-in-law of IV-a]  IV-a
Murray, Catherine (*±1664, †?-02-1726) [Partner of III-f]  III-f; IV-d; IV-e
Murray, David (*1630, †15-07-1668) [Father-in-law of III-f]  III-f
Murray of Blackbarony, Archibald [Partner of III-b]  III-b
Nairn, Frances (*±1728, †±1786) [Partner of V-d]  V-d
Norvell, Mary (*±1641, †?-06-1695) [Father-in-law of IV-d]  IV-d
Norvell of Boghall and Deans, George [Partner of V-g]  V-g
Ogilvie, George (*±1626, †?-03-1668) [Father-in-law of III-d]  III-d
Ogilvie, George (*09-09-1649, †?-11-1713) [Partner of III-d]  III-d
Ogilvie, George (*04-08-1670, †11-07-1718) [Son of III-d]  III-d,3
Ogilvie, Isobel [Daughter of III-d]  III-d,1
Ogilvie, Mary [Daughter of III-d]  III-d,2
Ogilvy, Christian (*±1580) [Father-in-law of II-a]  II-a
Plum, Mary (†01-08-2006) [Partner of XIII]  XIII; XIV
Quintus, Johanna Clara (Clara) (*18-08-1738, †29-06-1798) [Father-in-law of VI-c]  VI-c
Renny, Juliet (*06-01-1785, †09-07-1819) [Partner of VIII-a]  VIII-a
Sadelijn, Sybilla Volkera (*03-12-1699, †17-03-1781) [Father-in-law of VI-b]  VI-b
Seton, Elizabeth (*24-12-1621, †16-06-1650) [Partner of II-b]  II-b; III-a; III-b; III-c; III-d
Seton, George (*?-12-1584, †15-12-1650) [Father-in-law of II-b]  II-b
Seton, Henrietta (*?-06-1652, †19-04-1700) [Father-in-law of IV-b]  IV-b
Sichterman, Christina Elisabeth (*26-11-1738, †26-03-1809) [Partner of VI-b]  VI-b; VII
Sichterman, Jan Albert (*19-09-1692, †15-01-1764) [Father-in-law of VI-b]  VI-b
Sladen, Algernon Ivan  XII-c
Smith, Granville Roland Francis (*24-12-1860, †04-03-1917) [Partner of X-d]  X-d
Stewart, Alexander (~20-08-1695, †24-09-1773) [Partner of IV-a]  IV-a
Stewart, James (*16-02-1673, †16-02-1746) [Father-in-law of IV-a]  IV-a
Stewart, Mary (*1576, †11-05-1644) [Father-in-law of I]  I
Svederus, Helena Kristina Mattsdotter (*±1688, †02-06-1737) [Father-in-law of IV-c]  IV-c
Tonge, Francis Henry (*08-06-1855, †06-03-1936) [Partner of X-c]  X-c
Turnour, Edward (*±1646, †03-12-1721) [Partner of III-c]  III-c
Villiers, Anne (~1610, †15-12-1654) [Father-in-law of II-b]  II-b
Zimmerman, Eugene [Father-in-law of XI-b]  XI-b
Zimmerman, Helena (*01-09-1879, †15-12-1971) [Partner of XI-b]  XI-b
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