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The Lords Falconer of Halkerton

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Coat of Arms of Falconer of Halkerton
On 20 December 1646 the title "Lord Falconer of Halkerton" was assigned for the first time to Sir Alexander Falconer and his heirs-male whatsoever.

This webpage gives an overview of the male ascendants of this 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton, and his male descendants and their spouses and children.



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)

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320 years 'Lords Falconer of Halkerton'

The pedigree below focuses only on the relationships of the Lords Falconer of Halkerton. Only their parents and spouses are shown.
In the box below his Lordship's name, the period is given during which his Lordship owned that title: "Lord Falconer of Halkerton".
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Background

'Falconer' is a name derived from the office of falconer; one who breeds or trains falcons or hawks for sport; the keeper of his Lords and Ladies falcons. This name is of Anglo-Saxon descent spreading to the Celtic countries of Ireland, Scotland and Wales in early times and is found in many mediaeval manuscripts throughout the above islands. Examples include Richard le Fauconer, Huntshire and a Walter le Fauconer, described in the Hundred Rolls in England, in the year 1273. One Geoffrey Fauconer was included in the Poll Tax of Yorkshire from the year 1379. In Scotland a Matheus or Falconer one of the witnesses to a charter from Earl David in the year 1202. And one William the Falconer got the land of 'Kirk of Maringtun' in the year 1200. In Ireland the name 'Falconer' mainly occurs in Ulster, centuries ago introduced by the well-known Prime Minister Brian Faulkner.
Many great houses would have maintained their own falconer, and the principal family claimed to be falconers to the king. Nisbet lists the first recording of this name to be Ranulph, son of Walter, falconer to William the Lion around 1200. Ranulph was the first to assume the name of Falconer. Ranulph Falconer received from his royal master lands in the Mearns which were then named Hawkertoun (also named: Haulkerton or Halkerton), being another reference to his office. Robert Falconer de Halkerton is shown on the Ragman Roll swearing allegiance to Edward I of England in 1296. The family prospered and lands were obtained at Newton and Balendro.

Other Scottish kings, particularly Malcolms III and IV, Alexanders II and III, and King Robert the Bruce, favoured Forfar and the hunting areas around the town. This is reflected in place names such as 'Hawkerstown', now spelt 'Halkerton', or 'Haulkerton', and the hunting area Kingsmuir, which seems to have stretched from Halkerton to Dunnichen in the east. Several monarchs loved to enjoy the sport to be had on the 70 royal estates, which stretched from the Carse of Gowrie in the south to the Mearns in the north.

'Halkerton' or 'Haulkerton', was an estate in Laurencekirk (its old name was Conveth) - Kincardineshire, held by the Falconers from the beginning of the 13th century. It gave them their baronial designation from 1646. Early records state that the Lands and Manor of Conveth were given to Humphrey de Berkeley, the progenitor of the Scottish Barclay family in the late 12th Century. An early church dedicated to St. Laurence of Canterbury and visited by Queen Margaret (St. Margaret) as part of her mission to reconnect the Celtic Church to Rome, may have stood at Chapel Knap to the east of Scotston Farm. The village of Conveth was part of the Haulkerton Estate whose family, the Falconers, had been given rights to the land as falconers to the monarch, while the king visited his residence at Kincardine Castle.

The Castle of Haulkerton dates from the 16th century. The first part of the old castle was probably founded by Sir Alexander Falconer, 5th of Halkerton. No surface traces remain. Cramond (1894) states that it was last used as a residence in the early 18th century, and was ruinous by 1790. The foundations of the old Castle are barely traceable. The stones were used for dykes round a plantation and the main steadying. Two of the stones are attached to the farmhouse at Mains. One is a corbel, bearing an ill carved female head, and the date 1556, which relates to the time of Sir Alexander, father of the first Falconer of Phesdo, and the other is a plain slab, initialled L,A,F, and dated 1648 - the time of the first Lord Falconer.
Later on the Falconer's family estate became Inglismaldie.

Sir Alexander Falconer of Halkerton was appointed Lord of Session on 9 July 1639. King Charles I granted Sir Alexander a yearly pension of £200 with the title, for his ability, integrity, and affection for administration of Justice. His rise and influence in the Scottish government was recognized on 20 December 1646, when he was created Lord Falconer of Halkerton, with destination to himself and his heirs-male whatsoever.

John Keith was created Earl of Kintore along with the subsidiary title of 'Lord Keith of Inverugie and Keith Hall'. His attractive blazon passed next, along with the titles, to John Keith´s son William, 2nd Earl of Kintore, who married Catherine, daughter of David Murray, Viscount of Stirmont. William Keith had two sons: John (who succeeded as 3rd Earl of Kintore) and William (who succeeded his brother as 4th Earl of Kintore), and two daughters: Lady Katherine (who married David Falconer, the later 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton) and Lady Jean. In 1778 it was decided that the Earldom of Kintore, with associated title 'Earl of Kintore' should pass (via the line of his grandmother: Lady Katherine Keith) to Antony Adriaan Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, who then became the 5th Earl of Kintore. Antony then changed his surname into 'Keith-Falconer'.


Sources: The Scottish Nation - Falconer     William Ruxton Fraser: History of the parish and burgh of Laurencekirk     Wikipedia: Clan Keith


Patrilineal descendants of David Falconer of Halkerton

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David Falconer of Halkerton
I David Falconer of Halkerton was born around 1400 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. David died around 1448 in Scotland, aged about 48.
At about the age of 31, David married Elizabeth Strachan, aged about 14, around 1431. Elizabeth was born around 1417 in Thornton, Fife, Scotland. Elizabeth died around 1440 in Scotland, aged about 23.
Child of David and Elizabeth:
1 Alexander Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, born around 1440 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow II.

 


II Alexander Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen was born around 1440 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer of Halkerton (see I) and Elizabeth Strachan. Alexander died on 19-05-1498 in Stirling Castle - Stirling, Scotland, aged about 58.
Alexander married Jeanet Ogilvy of Powrie. Jeanet was born around 1445 in Dundee, Scotland. Jeanet died on 05-06-1528 in Scotland, aged about 83.
Note about Alexander: 2nd of Halkerton. Alexander is the earliest in the line from whom a descent can be proved.
Child of Alexander and Jeanet:
1 George Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, born around 1465 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow III.

 


III George Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen was born around 1465 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen (see II) and Jeanet Ogilvy of Powrie. George died around 1511 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 46.
George married Elizabeth Erskine. Elizabeth was born around 1470 in House of Dun - Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Erskine and Katharine Monypenny. Elizabeth died around 1497 in Scotland, aged about 27.
Note about George: Title: Sir, 3rd of Halkerton
Children of George and Elizabeth:
1 Robert Falconer of Laik, born around 1488 in Scotland. Robert died.
2 George Falconer. George died.
3 Isobel Falconer. Isobel died.
4 David Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, born around 1495 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow IV-a.
5 Jean Falconer, born around 1497 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Jean died on 14-10-1584 in Scotland, aged about 87. Jean married Alexander Dunbar of Cumnok. Alexander was born around 1480 in Durris, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Alexander died on 09-06-1527 in Durris, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged about 47.
6 Alexander Falconer, born in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow IV-b.

 


IV-a David Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen was born around 1495 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of George Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen (see III) and Elizabeth Erskine. David died on 08-10-1546 in Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland, aged about 51.
At about the age of 20, David married Mariot Dunbar, aged about 21, around 1515. Mariot was born around 1494 in Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland. Mariot died around 1550 in Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland, aged about 56.
Note about David: 4th of Halkerton
Note about Mariot: probably dau of Alexander Dunbar of Conzie, Kilbuyack and Aldcash
Children of David and Mariot:
1 Isobel Falconer, born around 1521. Isobel died in 08-1553, aged about 32.
Isobel married John Middleton of that Ilk. John was born around 1518. John died in 07-1588, aged about 70.
2 Alexander Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1522 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow V.
3 Janet Falconer, born on 31-01-1523 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Janet died on 27-01-1580, aged 56.
Janet married John Wishart of Pittarrow. John died.
Note about John: Title: Sir
4 Catherine Falconer, born around 1525. Catherine died on 24-07-1591 in Kilravock, Nairnshire, Scotland, aged about 66.
Catherine married Hugh Rose. Hugh was born around 1511 in Kilravock, Nairnshire, Scotland. Hugh died on 10-06-1597 in Kilravock, Nairnshire, Scotland, aged about 86.
Note about Hugh: Baron de Rose
5 Majorie Falconer. Majorie died.
Majorie married Alexander Wishart of Carnebeg. Alexander died.
6 Elizabeth Falconer. Elizabeth died in 09-1592.
Elizabeth married Alexander Lindsay of Broadland. Alexander died.
IV-b Alexander Falconer was born in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of George Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen (see III) and Elizabeth Erskine. Alexander died around 1511 in Scotland.
Alexander married Janet Arbuthnott. Janet was born around 1475 in Arbuthnott, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Janet died on 08-06-1528 in Scotland, aged about 53.
Note about Alexander: 2nd Laird of Halkertoun
Note about Janet: dau of James Arbuthnott of that Ilk, 12th of Arbuthnott
Child of Alexander and Janet:
1 George Falconer, born around 1500. George died.
Note about George: 3rd Laird of Halkertoun

 


Alexander Falconer of Halkerton [1522 - 1587] 1 Alexander Falconer of Halkerton
V Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (img. 1) was born around 1522 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen (see IV-a) and Mariot Dunbar. Alexander died on 11-11-1587 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 65.
At about the age of 21, Alexander married Elizabeth Douglas, aged about 19, on 01-06-1543. Elizabeth was born around 1524 in Glenbervie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, daughter of Archibald Douglas and Agnes Keith. Elizabeth died on 01-06-1587 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 63.
Note about Alexander: Title: Sir, 5th of Halkerton
Note about Elizabeth: dau of Sir Archibald Douglas of Glenbervie
Children of Alexander and Elizabeth:
1 Agnes Falconer, born around 1544 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Agnes died in 05-1590 in Lanarkshire, Scotland, aged about 46.
At about the age of 23, Agnes married Alexander Guthrie of that Ilk, aged about 25, on 15-04-1567 in Kincardine, Scotland. Alexander was born around 1542 in Kincardine, Scotland. Alexander died on 10-06-1597, aged about 55.
2 Alexander Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1545 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VI-a.
3 Christian Falconer. Christian died.
(1) Christian married David Dunbar of Durris. David died around 1592.
(2) Christian married Patrick Dunbar of Blairie in 1592. Patrick died.
4 Hew Falconer of Little Inverochtie, born around 1555 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VI-b.
5 Archibald Falconer of Coltfield, born around 1557 in Coltfield, Scotland. Follow VI-c.
6 Magdalen Falconer, born around 1558. Magdalen died.
Magdalen married James Sutherland of Kinstearie. James was born around 1561. James died around 1623, aged about 62.
7 Isobel Falconer, born around 1559 in Grange Hill, Scotland. Isobel died around 1640, aged about 81.
Isobel married Mark Dunbar of Grangehill. Mark died.
8 Samuel Falconer of Kincorth, born around 1561. Samuel died on 15-04-1640, aged about 79.
9 Margaret or Marion Falconer, born around 1563 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Margaret died.
Margaret married Alexander Wishart of Carnebeg. Alexander died on 15-07-1603.
10 William Falconer of Dunduff, born around 1570 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VI-d.

 


VI-a Alexander Falconer of Halkerton was born around 1545 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see V) and Elizabeth Douglas. Alexander died in 12-1595 in Scotland, aged about 50.
Alexander married Isobel Gray. Isobel was born around 1560 in Scotland. Isobel died on 20-10-1589 in Scotland, aged about 29. Isobel was widow of David Strachan of Carmylie.
Note about Alexander: Title: Sir, 6th of Halkerton
Note about Isobel: dau of Patric Lord Gray & Marion Ogilvie
Children of Alexander and Isobel:
1 Alexander Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1575 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VII-a.
2 Patrick Falconer of Newton, born around 1577. Follow VII-b.
3 Marjorie Falconer, born around 1579. Marjorie died.
At about the age of 19, Marjorie married Angus mac William Mackintosh, aged about 46, around 27-11-1598. Angus was born around 1552 in Inverness, Scotland. Angus died around 1624, aged about 72.
Note about Angus: Lord of Termit
4 Jean Falconer, born around 1580 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Jean died.
At about the age of 40, Jean married John Fullarton, aged about 40, on 12-09-1620 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. John was born around 1580 in Kinnaber, Forfar, Scotland. John died.
Note about John: younger of Kinnaber
5 Robert Falconer of Drimmie, born around 1585. Follow VII-c.
6 Isobel Falconer. Isobel died.
Isobel married Francis Strathauchin of Elgin, aged about 28, on 15-02-1615 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Francis was born around 1587. Francis died.
Note about Francis: Dr. Francis Strathauchin of Elgin also called "Apparisiis of Elgin"
VI-b Hew Falconer of Little Inverochtie was born around 1555 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see V) and Elizabeth Douglas. Hew died before 06-07-1627, aged less than 72.
(1) Hew married Margaret Falconer. Margaret died in 08-1602.
(2) At about the age of 48, Hew married Elspet Hay on 05-07-1603 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. Elspet died.
VI-c Archibald Falconer of Coltfield was born around 1557 in Coltfield, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see V) and Elizabeth Douglas. Archibald died before 03-02-1631 in Glasgow, Scotland, aged less than 74.
Archibald married Jean Dunbar. Jean died.
Note about Archibald: Portioner of Coltfield. Ancestor of the Falconers of Phesdo.
VI-d William Falconer of Dunduff was born around 1570 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see V) and Elizabeth Douglas. William died on 16-06-1625, aged about 55.
William married Beatrix Dunbar. Beatrix died.
Note about William: Father of Colin. First bishop of Argyll.
Note about Beatrix: dau of Dunbar of Bogsmoray

 


VII-a Alexander Falconer of Halkerton was born around 1575 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VI-a) and Isobel Gray. Alexander died on 12-06-1645 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 70.
(1) At about the age of 19, Alexander married Agnes Carnegie, aged about 22, on 26-12-1594. Agnes was born around 1572 in Kinnaird Castle - Angus, Scotland. Agnes died on 08-12-1634 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 62.
(2) At about the age of 60, Alexander married Margaret Jamieson, aged about 55, around 1635. Margaret was born around 1580. Margaret died.
Note about Alexander: Title: Sir, 7th of Halkerton
Note about Agnes: dau of David Carnegie of Panbride, of Colluthie, 7th of Kinnaird
Children of Alexander and Agnes:
1 Alexander Falconer, 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1595 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VIII-a.
2 David Falconer of Glenfarquhar, born around 1598 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow VIII-b.
3 John Falconer, born around 1600 in Scotland. Follow VIII-c.
4 Marjorie Falconer. Marjorie died.
5 Agnes Falconer. Agnes died.
6 Jean Falconer. Jean died.
Jean married John Grant of Logie and Moyness in 1637. John died.
7 Margaret Falconer. Margaret died around 19-02-1659.
8 Patrick Falconer. Patrick died.
Note about Patrick: Title: Sir
VII-b Patrick Falconer of Newton was born around 1577, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VI-a) and Isobel Gray. Patrick died after 05-08-1656, aged more than 79.
(1) At about the age of 23, Patrick married Margaret Carnegie around 08-06-1600. Margaret died on 26-09-1626 in Newton, West Lothian , Scotland.
(2) Patrick married Crisel Blair. Crisel died.
Note about the decease of Patrick: passed away between 5 August 1656 and 15 October 1658
VII-c Robert Falconer of Drimmie was born around 1585, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VI-a) and Isobel Gray. Robert died around 1647, aged about 62.
Robert married Isobel Rossie. Isobel died.
Note about Isobel: dau of Patrick Rossie, Fiar of that Ilk

 


Sir Alexander Falconer [1505 - 1671], 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton 2 Sir Alexander Falconer [1643], repainted by William Robertson
VIII-a Alexander Falconer, 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 2) was born around 1595 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VII-a) and Agnes Carnegie. Alexander died on 01-10-1671 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 76.
At about the age of 24, Alexander married Anne Lindsay, aged about 17, on 02-04-1619. The divorce was registered in 09-1627. Anne was born around 1602 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, daughter of John Lindsay and Anna Oliphant. Anne died on 13-07-1692 in London, aged about 90.
Note about Alexander: Sir Alexander Falconer, 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 20 December 1646 till 1 October 1671. Succeeded by his son Alexander Falconer.
He is descended from an old Mearns family descended from the royal falconers of Kincardine Castle.
Note about the marriage of Alexander and Anne: Anna, served heir to her father 17 April 1610; married (contract dated 2 April 1619) to Alexander, Lord Falconer of Halkerton, but they, being unable to agree, mutually resolved to separate in September 1627, he allowing her 1.000 merks* yearly.
* The ’merk’ was a Scottish silver coin. It was originally valued at 2/3 of a pound Scots.
Note about Anne: dau of John Lindsay, 8th Lord of the Byres
On 9 July 1630 Sir Alexander succeeded Lord Woodhall as an ordinary Lord of Session. King Charles I granted Sir Alexander a yearly pension of £200 with the title, for his ability, integrity, and affection for administration of Justice.
In November 1641 was appointed anew by king and parliament to be judge "ad vitam aut culpam" (= for life or until fault). He represented Kincardineshire in the convention 1643–4, and in the parliaments of 1644–5, 1645–7. He was a commissioner for the loan and tax in 1643, and a member of the committee of war for Kincardineshire in 1643, 1644, and 1646, and for Forfarshire in 1648. He was a commissioner for the plantation of kirks in 1644, a commissioner of the exchequer in 1645, a member of the committee of estates in 1645 and 1647, and a colonel for Aberdeenshire in 1648.
His rise and influence in the Scottish government was recognized on 20 December 1646, when he was created "Lord Falconer of Halkerton", with destination to himself and his heirs-male whatsoever.
On 15 February 1649 he was deprived of his seat in the College of Justice, and "ordained to lend money for the public use", on account of his accession to the "engagement". He appears, however, as Baron Falconer in the list of Scots nobility in 1650, and was a commissioner of supply for Kincardineshire in 1656 and 1659.
Falconer was reappointed to his seat in the College of Justice at the Restoration, and retained it till his death. In 1661 he was a commissioner of excise, and a member of the commission for visiting the university of Aberdeen. He appears as sitting in parliament as Lord Halkerton till 1669, and died 1 October 1671.
Children of Alexander and Anne:
1 Alexander Falconer, 2nd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, baptised on 17-06-1620 in Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow IX-a.
2 Thomas Falconer, stillborn son, born around 1619 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
3 Agnes Falconer. She was baptised on 29-01-1626 in Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Agnes died in 03-1708 in Banffshire, Scotland, aged 82.
At the age of 22, Agnes married George Ogilvie, aged about 22, on 12-08-1648. George was born around 1626 in Banff, Scotland. George died in 03-1668 in Banffshire, Scotland, aged about 42.
Note about George: 2nd Baronet Ogilvie, 2nd Lord Banff, MP
Sir David Falconer of Glenfarquhar [1598 - 1683] 3 Sir David Falconer of Glenfarquhar, repainted by William Robertson
VIII-b David Falconer of Glenfarquhar (img. 3) was born around 1598 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VII-a) and Agnes Carnegie. David died after 20-09-1683 in Glenfarquhar Castle - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged more than 85.
David married Margaret Hepburn. Margaret was born around 1615. Margaret died.
Note about David: Title: Sir, Lord Newton
Note about Margaret: dau of Sir Robert Hepburn of Bearford
Children of David and Margaret:
1 Agnes Falconer. Agnes died.
2 Margaret Falconer. She was baptised on 19-04-1634 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Margaret died young.
3 Alexander Falconer, 1st Bart of Glenfarquhar, born around 1635. Follow IX-b.
4 David Falconer of Newton, born around 1639. Follow IX-c.
VIII-c John Falconer was born around 1600 in Scotland, son of Alexander Falconer of Halkerton (see VII-a) and Agnes Carnegie. John died on 21-06-1670 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 70.
(1) At about the age of 27, John married Sibil Ogilvy, aged about 24, around 1627. Sibil was born around 1603. Sibil died on 04-12-1634, aged about 31.
(2) At about the age of 37, John married Esther Briot, aged 22 or 23, in 1637. Esther was born on 04-03-1614 in Paris, France. Esther died around 1654, aged about 40.
Note about John: Title: Sir John of Balmakellie. Master of the Mint to Charles II and James of Coatfield.

 


IX-a Alexander Falconer, 2nd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, son of Alexander Falconer, 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see VIII-a) and Anne Lindsay. He was baptised on 17-06-1620 in Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Alexander died on 04-03-1684 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged 63.
At the age of 45 or 46, Alexander married Margaret Ogilvie, aged about 44, in 1666 in Carnbeg, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Margaret was born around 1622, daughter of James Ogilvie. Margaret died on 11-02-1715 in Kincardine, Scotland, aged about 93.
Note about Alexander: 2nd Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 1 October 1671 till 4 March 1684. Succeeded by his son David Falconer.
Note about Margaret: dau of James Ogilvy, 2nd Earl of Airlie
Children of Alexander and Margaret:
1 Elizabeth Falconer. Elizabeth died.
Elizabeth married Walter Porterfield of Comestoun on 18-01-1711 in Montrose, Scotland. Walter died.
2 David Falconer, 3rd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1668. David died in 02-1724, aged about 56.
Note about David: 3rd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, from 4 March 1684 till February 1724. He died unmarried. The title devolved on his his 2nd generation cousin: David Falconer, grandson of Sir David Falconer of Glenfarquhar, the brother of the first Lord Falconer of Halkerton.
On 24 March 1719, was found "non compos mentis" (= of unsound mind), and had been so for twenty years previous.
3 James Falconer, stillborn son, born around 1669 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland.
4 Alexander Falconer, born around 1670 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Alexander died in 08-1708 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 38.
5 Jane Falconer, born around 1672 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Jane died.
(1) At about the age of 34, Jane married James Forbes of Thornton on 27-10-1706 in Marykirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. James died on 04-06-1713.
(2) At about the age of 50, Jane married James Oucherlony of Montrose on 11-05-1722 in Montrose, Scotland. James died.
6 Helen Falconer, born around 1674 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Helen died on 10-06-1714 in Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged about 40.
7 Euphame Falconer, born around 1675 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Euphame died.
At about the age of 31, Euphame married John Row of Bandeath on 24-02-1706 in Edinburgh, Scotland. John died.
IX-b Alexander Falconer, 1st Bart of Glenfarquhar was born around 1635, son of David Falconer of Glenfarquhar (see VIII-b) and Margaret Hepburn. Alexander died on 17-03-1717, aged about 82.
Alexander married Margaret Graeme. Margaret died on 03-03-1720 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Note about Alexander: Sir Alexander Falconer of Glenfarquhar, was created a baronet, 20 March 1670/1671
By the mid-17th century the lands of Glenfarquhar were owned by the Falconers of Haulkerton, whose origins in the area also go back to the time of William the Lion. A Sir David Falconer seems to be the first recorded Falconer of Glenfarquhar, appearing in the Records of the Parliament of Scotland as early as 1643. Sir David’s eldest son, Sir Alexander, was created a baronet in 1671, and interestingly there is a stone carved with the date 1671 installed in the south west wall of the steading at Mains of Glenfarquhar. It may be that as Sir Alexander’ status in society rose, he added to, or rebuilt Glenfarquhar Castle. A second stone inscribed SAF 1674 DHG (presumably for Sir Alexander Falconer and his wife Margaret Graeme – the DHG may actually be DMG for Dame Margaret Graeme) has since been lost, and several other stones from the castle are said to be incorporated within Mains of Glenfarquhar.
See more at: Glenfarquhar Castle
IX-c David Falconer of Newton was born around 1639, son of David Falconer of Glenfarquhar (see VIII-b) and Margaret Hepburn. David died on 15-12-1685 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 46.
(1) At about the age of 23, David married Elizabeth Nairn, aged 26 or 27, in 1662. Elizabeth was born on 06-04-1635. Elizabeth died on 20-01-1676, aged 40.
(2) At about the age of 39, David married Mary Norvell, aged about 37, on 16-02-1678 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Mary was born around 1641. She was baptised on 21-09-1654 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Mary died in 06-1695 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 54. Mary married John Home, 9th of Ninewells (±1657-1695) after 1687.
Note about David: Title: Sir
Note about Elizabeth: dau of Robert Nairn of Muckersy
Sir David Falconer of Newton, was sometime lord president of the court of session. He studied the law under the eye of his father, and having passed advocate 3 July 1661, was afterwards appointed one of the commissaries of Edinburgh, and received the honour of knighthood. On 24 May 1676, he was nominated a lord of session, and on 2 March 1678, was admitted a lord of justiciary. On 5 June 1682, he was appointed president of the court, and in the parliament of 1685 he represented the county of Forfar. He was elected a lord of the articles, and a member of three commissions then appointed; one for trade, another for the plantation of kirks, and a third for the regulation of inferior judicatories. He died at Edinburgh, after four days’ illness, on 15 December 1685, in the forth-sixth year of his age, and was buried in Greyfriars churchyard, where a monument was erected to his memory. The inscription upon it is quoted at length in the Scottish Elegiac Verses from 1629 to 1729, printed at Edinburgh in 1842. President Falconer collected the decisions of the Court of Session from November 1681 till 9 December 1685, being the very last day he sat in court; they were published in 1705 by John Spottiswood, advocate.
Child of David and Elizabeth:
1 Alexander Falconer. He was baptised on 06-08-1663 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Alexander died young.
Children of David and Mary:
2 Margaret Falconer, born on 13-02-1679 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Margaret died on 01-12-1747 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 68.
3 Mary Herriot Falconer. She was baptised on 26-05-1680 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Mary died.
Mary married John Fullerton of Dudwick. John died.
4 David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 27-05-1681 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Follow X-a.
5 Alexander Falconer, born on 01-06-1682. Follow X-b.
6 Catharine Falconer, born on 03-10-1683 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Catharine died around 1745 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 62.
At the age of 24, Catharine married Joseph Home, 10th of Ninewells, aged 26, on 04-01-1708 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Joseph was born on 10-02-1681 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of John Home, 9th of Ninewells and (Miss) Johnston. Joseph died in 08-1713, aged 32.
Note about Joseph: Landowner and advocate. Belonged to a branch of the family of the Earl of Home and his wife was the daughter of Sir David Falconer, who had been president of the College of Justice.
7 Elizabeth Falconer, born on 28-09-1684 in Halkerton - Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Elizabeth died.
8 George Falconer, born on 19-11-1685 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Follow X-c.

 


David Falconer [1730], 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Katharine Margaret Keith [1703] Katharine Margaret Keith [1731]
4 David Falconer [1730],
painted by William Robertson
5 Katharine Keith [1703] 6 Katharine Keith [1731],
painted by William Robertson
X-a David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 4 and 7) was born on 27-05-1681 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of David Falconer of Newton (see IX-c) and Mary Norvell. David died on 24-09-1751 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, aged 70.
At the age of 22, David married Katharine Margaret Keith (img. 5 and 6), aged 13, on 23-12-1703 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Katharine is a daughter of William Keith 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.
Note about David: 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from February 1724 till 24 September1751. Succeeded by his son Alexander Falconer.
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.
Note about the marriage of David and Katharine: 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!
Inglismaldie Castle [1890], drawing by McGibbon & Ross
7 Inglismaldie Castle [1890], drawing by McGibbon & Ross
[coordinate: N56.79211 W2.58481]
Click here for a present-day picture of Inglismaldie
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 before his marriage (all his children were born in Inglismaldie).
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.
Children of David and Katharine:
1 Alexander Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1707 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XI-a.
2 Katharine Falconer, born around 1709? in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Katharine died on 01-12-1748 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 39.
Note about Katharine: Died unmarried; buried at Greyfriars.
The Earl of Kelly, was interested in marrying Katharine and in 1731 sent a third-person enquiry to her father, but her father refused to permit Katharine to marry.
Source: Letter from George Falconer to David Falconer, Lord Halkerton, 1731, passing on an enquiry from the Earl of Balcarres as to whether a proposal by the Earl of Kelley to marry Lord Halkerton’s daughter Katharine would be accepted; with a note inserted on it by Lord Halkerton saying "no" in the most tactful manner.
[GB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Ref No: MS 3064/3/2/3 - Correspondence to David Falconer from George Falconer].
3 William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born around 1712 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XI-b.
Jean Falconer [1731] 8 Jean Falconer [1731], painted by William Robertson
4 Jean Falconer (img. 8), born around 1714? in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Jean died on 16-02-1797 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 83.
At about the age of 36, 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.
5 David Falconer, born around 1716 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XI-c.
6 John Falconer of Jamaica, born on 17-04-1718 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XI-d.
Mary Falconer [1731] 9 Mary Falconer [1731], painted by William Robertson
7 Mary Falconer (img. 9), born around 1720? in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Mary died on 27-09-1775 in Edinburgh, Scotland, aged about 55.
Note about Mary: Died unmarried. In her testament, dated 31 March 1775, she appointed her sister Jean to be her executrix. She gave money to her brother David and £400 sterling to the children of her deceased brother John.
8 George Falconer of Phesdo, born around 1722 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XI-e.
Marion Falconer [1731] 10 Margory Falconer [1731], painted by William Robertson
9 Margory (May) Falconer (img. 10), born around 1726? in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. May died on 18-11-1787 in Deans, Scotland, aged about 61.
At about the age of 33, 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".
Portrait collage of David Falconer (4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton), his wife Katharine Margaret Keith and their children. Portraits painted in 1731 by William Robertson. Portrait collage of David Falconer (4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton), his wife Katharine Margaret Keith and their children.
In 1730 David Falconer commissioned the artist William Robertson to paint a series of portraits of him and his wife and children.



Note: All family portraits have been preserved, except the portrait of Katharine, the eldest daughter of David and Katharine.
Time-bar of David Falconer (4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton), his wife Katharine Margaret Keith and their children. Time-bar of David Falconer (4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton), his wife Katharine Margaret Keith and their children.
Mary Hay [±1685 - 1745] 11 Mary Hay, painted by Francis Cotes
X-b Alexander Falconer was born on 01-06-1682, son of David Falconer of Newton (see IX-c) and Mary Norvell. Alexander died in 07-1745, aged 63.
Before the age of 40, Alexander married Mary Hay (img. 11), aged less than 37, before 08-1722. Mary was born around 1685 in Erroll, Perthshire, Scotland. Mary died on 19-08-1758 in Slains Castle - Aberdeen, Scotland, aged about 73.
Note about Alexander: later Hay of Delgaty
Note about Mary: 14th Countess of Erroll. Dau of Sir John Hay, 12th Earl of Erroll.
X-c George Falconer was born on 19-11-1685 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of David Falconer of Newton (see IX-c) and Mary Norvell. George died on 21-05-1743, aged 57.
George married Janet Marjoribanks. Janet died.
Note about George: ancestor of Falconers of Carlowrie and Binny
Note about Janet: dau of John Marjoribanks of Leuchie

 


Alexander Falconer [1731], 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton 12 Alexander Falconer [1731], painted by William Robertson
XI-a Alexander Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 12) was born around 1707 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Katharine Margaret Keith. 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. Frances married Anthony Joseph Browne (1728-1787) on 22-07-1765.
Note about Alexander: 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton from 24 September1751 till 5 November 1762. Succeeded by his brother William Falconer.
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 Frances: dau of Hebert Mackworth of the Gnoll
Note about the decease of Frances: Queen Anne St., Marylebone, London, England
William Falconer [1712 - 1776], 6th Lord of Halkerton
13 William Falconer [1731],
painted by William Robertson
Familie wapen William Falconer, 6th Lord of Halkerton
14 Familie wapen William
XI-b William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 13 and 14) was born around 1712 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Katharine Margaret Keith. 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 Falkoner of Halkerton from 5 November 1762 till 11 October 1776. Succeeded by his son Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer.
Occupations William:
  - Captain-Lieutenant of the Cavalry (in the regiment of Lintelo)
  - Quarter Sheriff in the Bailiwick of ´s-Hertogenbosch
Note about Rembertina: see 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. 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.
6 Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, baptised on 02-02-1742 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Follow XII-a.
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 XII-b.
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. Killed at the battle of Brandywine in Pennsylvania.
David Falconer [1731] 15 David Falconer [1731], painted by William Robertson
XI-c David Falconer (img. 15) was born around 1716 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Katharine Margaret Keith. 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] 16 John Falconer of Jamaica [1731], painted by William Robertson
XI-d John Falconer of Jamaica (img. 16) was born on 17-04-1718 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Katharine Margaret Keith. John died in 1769 in Saint Andrew, Jamaica, aged about 51.
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 came to Jamaica in 1746 or shortly before. In a letter dated 23 Feb. 1752 to his brother, Alexander, 5th Lord, he mentions that he hoped to leave Jamaica by the time his eldest son was 5 or 6 and never return, but that he would not leave until he could get a yearly income of 1000 or 1500 pounds from his sugar plantation. His son turned 5 in late 1754, but the father was still in Jamaica in the 1760s, and his will was proved in Jamaica in 1769.
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.
Children of John and Frances:
1 John Falconer, born on 29-12-1749. John died around 1802 in Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica, aged about 53.
2 David Falconer, born on 26-11-1751. David died on 21-03-1802 in Vere, Jamaica, aged 50.
3 Alexander Falconer, born on 25-06-1753 in Clarendon, Jamaica. Alexander died on 05-06-1804 in Clarendon, Jamaica, aged 50.
4 Frances Elizabeth Falconer, born on 10-04-1755. Frances died on 12-07-1812 in Clarendon, Jamaica, aged 57.
5 William Falconer, born on 09-09-1757. William died after 1804, aged more than 47.
6 Elizabeth Falconer, born on 28-09-1758. Elizabeth died on 10-08-1839 in Clarendon, Jamaica, aged 80.
7 George Falconer, born on 02-12-1759. George died on 15-06-1817 in Saint David, Jamaica, aged 57.
8 Thomas Keith Falconer, born on 26-06-1761 in Clarendon, Jamaica. Thomas died around 1807 in Westmoreland, Jamaica, aged about 46.
George Falconer of Phesdo [1731] 17 George Falconer of Phesdo [1731], painted by William Robertson
XI-e George Falconer of Phesdo (img. 17) was born around 1722 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, son of David Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see X-a) and Katharine Margaret Keith. 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: Captain in Royal Navy 27 April 1762, who succeeded his kinsman John Falconer of Phesdo in that property (service 10 September 1766), and died commander of H.M.S. Invincible, at Portsmouth 3 May 1780. He married Hannah, daughter of Ivie of Ireland, and relict of Lieutenant Hardy, R.N. She survived him, had a royal grant of a pension of £45 on 24 November 1780, and was married, secondly, to John Mill of Fearn, Forfarshire.

 


Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer [1742 - 1804], 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Christina Elisabeth Sichterman [1745]  

Click here for the descendants (in Dutch) of
Gerhardus (Gerrit) Sichterman,
great-grandfather of Christina Elisabeth

 
18 Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer 19 Christina Elisabeth Sichterman 1745],
painted by Philip van Dijk
   
XII-a Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 18 and 20 up to 22), son of William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XI-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. 19), 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 1804. 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 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.
See also: The Earls of Kintore.

 
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
Keith Hall, Inverurie [1909]
21 Keith Hall [1909]
Keith Hall (aerial photo)
22 Keith Hall, aerial photo
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.
Children of Antony and Christina:
1 William Keith-Falconer, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 23), born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland, baptised on 11-12-1766 in Marykirk, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Follow XIII-a.
Fete at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of Lord Inverury Festival at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of Lord Inverury 23(a,b) Fete at Inglismaldie, to celebrate the birth of the later Lord Inverurie: William Keith-Falconer
2 Sibilla Keith-Falconer, born on 09-01-1768 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Sibilla died on 23-04-1792, aged 24.
3 Maria Rembertina Keith-Falconer, born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. She was baptised on 08-02-1769. Maria died on 24-08-1851, aged 82.
4 Catharine Margaret Keith-Falconer, born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. 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 in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. Francina died on 04-12-1779, aged 8.
6 Jean Keith-Falconer, born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. She was baptised on 03-06-1772. Jean died young.
7 Christina Elisabeth Keith-Falconer, born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. She was baptised on 31-12-1774. Christina died in 12-1826, aged 51 or 52.
8 Susanna Helen Keith-Falconer, born in Inglismaldie - Kincardineshire, Scotland. 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.
24 Letters from Alexander Falconer
[1789 & 1793]
 
XII-b Alexander Falconer (img. 24), son of William Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XI-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.
Children of Alexander and Margareta:
1 Antoon Adriaan Falconer, baptised on 10-09-1786 in Groningen, A-kerk. Follow XIII-b.
2 Jan Herman Falconer. He was baptised on 11-02-1789 in Groningen, A-kerk. Jan died on 26-11-1815 in Groningen, aged 26.
3 Willliam Falconer, baptised on 04-08-1790 in Groningen, A-kerk. Follow XIII-c.
4 Johannes Clarus Falconer. He was baptised on 18-03-1792 in Groningen, A-kerk. Johannes died on 22-08-1792 in Groningen, aged 5 months.
5 Johan Hendrik Falconer. He was baptised on 15-05-1793 in Groningen, Nederlands Hervormde Kerk. Johan died on 01-01-1828 in Wildervank, aged 34.
6 Rembertina Maria Falconer. She was baptised on 06-03-1795 in Groningen, Martinikerk. Rembertina died on 28-02-1867 in Groningen, aged 71.
At the age of 33, Rembertina married Evert Tammes, aged 30, on 12-06-1828 in Groningen. Evert was born on 20-05-1798 in Groningen. Evert died on 22-01-1864 in Groningen, aged 65.
7 Johanna Clara Falconer. She was baptised on 21-06-1797 in Groningen, A-kerk. Johanna died on 18-04-1856 in Groningen, aged 58.
(1) At the age of 30, Johanna married Jacob Kramer, aged 26, on 02-09-1827 in Groningen. Jacob was born on 14-01-1801 in Groningen, son of Jannes Jacobus Kramer and Pieterke Goosens. Jacob died on 19-05-1836 in Groningen, aged 35.
(2) At the age of 39, Johanna married Gooszen Kramer, aged 33, on 20-04-1837 in Groningen. Gooszen was born on 06-11-1803 in Groningen, son of Jannes Jacobus Kramer and Pieterke Goosens. Gooszen died on 11-09-1867 in Helpman, gem. Haren (Gr), aged 63.

 


William Keith-Falconer [1766 - 1812], 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton Maria Bannerman [1771 - 1826]
25 William Keith-Falconer, wearing the badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia,
painted by Henry Raeburn
26 Maria Bannerman,
painted by Henry Raeburn
XIII-a William Keith-Falconer, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 25), son of Antony Adriaan Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XII-a) 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. 26), 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, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 20-04-1794 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow XIV-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 XIV-b.
XIII-b Antoon Adriaan Falconer, son of Alexander Falconer (see XII-b) and Margareta Clementia Keiser. He was baptised on 10-09-1786 in Groningen, A-kerk. Antoon died on 05-05-1853 in Wildervank, aged 66.
(1) At the age of 27, Antoon married Margaretha Bernardus Blink, aged 33, on 15-12-1813 in Groningen. Margaretha is a daughter of Meinardus Adolf Blink and Trijntje van der Veen. She was baptised on 26-12-1779 in Veendam. Margaretha died on 29-06-1833 in Veendam, aged 53.
(2) At the age of 47, Antoon married Tamke Dieterds Smit, aged 47, on 18-06-1834 in Veendam. Tamke was born on 16-11-1786 in Bellingwolderschans (Gr), daughter of Diederd Jans Smit and Grietje Jans. Tamke died on 27-01-1853 in Veendam, aged 66.
Child of Antoon and Margaretha:
1 Margaretha Clementia Falconer, born on 09-11-1815 in Groningen. Margaretha died on 04-02-1816 in Groningen, aged 2 months.
XIII-c Willliam Falconer, son of Alexander Falconer (see XII-b) and Margareta Clementia Keiser. He was baptised on 04-08-1790 in Groningen, A-kerk. Willliam died on 11-05-1862 in Groningen, aged 71.
At the age of 41, Willliam married Janna Wessels, aged 35, on 17-11-1831 in Groningen. Janna was born on 22-05-1796 in Groningen. Janna died on 13-09-1860 in Groningen, aged 64.

 


Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer [1794 - 1844], 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton 27 Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, wearing the badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia, painted by Sir John Watson-Gordon

  Signature Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton
28 signature Anthony Adrian
source: The Oliff Collection
badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia 29 badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia
XIV-a Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 27 up to 29) was born on 20-04-1794 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith-Falconer, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XIII-a) 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
Isabella Catherin Kkeith-Falconer [1824 - 1870] 30 Isabella Catherine Keith-Falconer
2 Isabella Catherine Keith-Falconer (img. 30), born on 05-06-1824 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 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.
3 Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 07-06-1828 in Wadley House - Faringdon, Scotland. Follow XV-a.
4 Charles James Keith-Falconer, born on 01-07-1832 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow XV-b.
XIV-b William Keith-Falconer was born on 11-12-1799 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of William Keith-Falconer, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XIII-a) 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.

 


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
31 Francis Alexander
Keith-Falconer,
painted by William Salter Herrick
32 Louisa Madeleine Hawkins [1851], detail from painting by Sir Francis Grant 33 Detail from firescreen Keith Hall
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London
 
XV-a Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 31 and 33) was born on 07-06-1828 in Wadley House - Faringdon, Scotland, son of Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XIV-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. 32 and 33), 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, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 12-08-1852 in Lixmount House - Edinburgh, Scotland. Follow XVI-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 XVI-b.
4 Madeleine Dora Keith-Falconer, born on 27-06-1858 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 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.
5 Blanche Catherine Keith-Falconer, born on 15-09-1859 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 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.
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.
XV-b Charles James Keith-Falconer was born on 01-07-1832 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of Anthony Adrian Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XIV-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
34 Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer,
painted by Charles Napier Kennedy
35 Sydney Charlotte Montagu
& daughter Hilda
XVI-a Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (img. 34) was born on 12-08-1852 in Lixmount House - Edinburgh, Scotland, son of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XV-a) 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. 35), 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:
John Laurence Baird [1874 - 1941] 36 John Lawrence Baird
1 Ethel Sydney (Sydney) Keith-Falconer, born on 20-09-1874 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Sydney died on 21-09-1974 in Surrey, UK, aged 100.
At the age of 30, Sydney married John Laurence Baird (img. 36), 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.
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.
Note about John: Sir John Lawrence Baird of Ury, 1st Viscount Stonehaven.
Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer [1897] 37 Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer [1897]

See also her mourning brooch for her young died brother "Ian Douglas Montagu Keith-Falconer"
2 Hilda Madaleine Keith-Falconer (img. 37), 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, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, born on 05-01-1879 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Follow XVII.
Ion Keith-Falconer [1856 - 1887] 38 Ion Keith-Falconer

See also: Memorials of the Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer M.A.
XVI-b Ion Grant Neville Keith-Falconer (img. 38) was born on 05-07-1856 in Edinburgh, Scotland, son of Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XV-a) 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 Gwendolen: daughter of Robert Cooper Lee Bevan of Fosbury House, Wiltshire
Note about the marriage of Ion and Gwendolen: they had no issue
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

 


Helena Zimmerman [1912], Duchess of Manchester 39 Duchess of Manchester [1912]
formerly American Helena Zimmerman
click logo for a graphical representation
of the ancestors of
Arthur George Keith-Falconer
XVII Arthur George Keith-Falconer, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton was born on 05-01-1879 in Keith Hall - Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, son of Algernon Hawkins Thomand Keith-Falconer, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton (see XVI-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. 39), 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 as Earl of Kintore by his sister Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, who became the 11th Countess of Kintore (suo jure).
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 10th Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall on 3 March 1930. He succeeded to the title of 10th Earl of Kintore on 3 March 1930. 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.
 

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Dish and saucer
with CREST, FIELD and MOTTO
of Lord Falconer of Halkerton
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Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern dessert forks,
by W and P Cunningham, Edinburgh 1812.
The terminals with a crest and initial.
The CREST is that of Lord Falconer of Halkerton
Livery Button Earl of Kintore, Lord Keith Falconer Livery Button Falconer of Halkerton
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Index (244 persons)

Aldridge, Caroline Diana (*11-12-1837, †24-02-1920) [Partner of XV-b]  XV-b
Arbuthnott, Janet (*±1475, †08-06-1528) [Partner of IV-b]  IV-b
Baird, John Laurence (*27-04-1874, †20-08-1941)  XVI-a,1
Bannerman, Maria (*28-02-1771, †30-06-1826) [Partner of XIII-a]  XIII-a; XIV-a; XIV-b
Baurmeister, Willem Andreas (~13-01-1734, †04-11-1781)  XI-b,5
Bevan, Gwendolen (*?-10-1865, †24-10-1937) [Partner of XVI-b]  XVI-b
Blair, Crisel [Partner of VII-b]  VII-b
Blink, Margaretha Bernardus (~26-12-1779, †29-06-1833) [Partner of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Blink, Meinardus Adolf (*09-06-1741, †±1786) [Father-in-law of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Bradshaw, Frederick Ewart (*07-02-1865, †25-03-1958)  XVI-b
Briot, Esther (*04-03-1614, †±1654) [Partner of VIII-c]  VIII-c
Browne, Anthony Joseph (*1728, †09-04-1787)   XI-a
Burrington, Helen Dempster [Father-in-law of XIV-a]  XIV-a
Carnegie, Agnes (*±1572, †08-12-1634) [Partner of VII-a]  VII-a; VIII-a; VIII-b; VIII-c
Carnegie, Margaret (†26-09-1626) [Partner of VII-b]  VII-b
Digby, Juliana (*±1710, †1785) [Father-in-law of XI-a]  XI-a
Dobbs, Harriet Sydney (*04-12-1834, †20-05-1907) [Father-in-law of XVI-a]  XVI-a
Douglas, Archibald (*±1502, †18-09-1570) [Father-in-law of V]  V
Douglas, Elizabeth (*±1524, †01-06-1587) [Partner of V]  V; VI-a; VI-b; VI-c; VI-d
Dunbar, Beatrix [Partner of VI-d]  VI-d
Dunbar, Jean [Partner of VI-c]  VI-c
Dunbar, Mariot (*±1494, †±1550) [Partner of IV-a]  IV-a; V
Dunbar of Blairie, Patrick  V,3
Dunbar of Cumnok, Alexander (*±1480, †09-06-1527)  III,5
Dunbar of Durris, David (†±1592)  V,3
Dunbar of Grangehill, Mark  V,7
Erskine, Elizabeth (*±1470, †±1497) [Partner of III]  III; IV-a; IV-b
Erskine, John (*±1450, †09-09-1513) [Father-in-law of III]  III
Falconer, Agnes [Daughter of VII-a]  VII-a,5
Falconer, Agnes [Daughter of VIII-b]  VIII-b,1
Falconer, Agnes (*±1544, †?-05-1590) [Daughter of V]  V,1
Falconer, Agnes (~29-01-1626, †?-03-1708) [Daughter of VIII-a]  VIII-a,3
Falconer, Alexander (†±1511) [Number IV-b]  IV-b
Falconer, Alexander (~06-08-1663) [Son of IX-c]  IX-c,1
Falconer, Alexander (*±1670, †?-08-1708) [Son of IX-a]  IX-a,4
Falconer, Alexander (*01-06-1682, †?-07-1745) [Number X-b]  X-b
Falconer, Alexander (*25-06-1753, †05-06-1804) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,3
Falconer, Alexander (~23-08-1754, †27-09-1826) [Number XII-b]  XII-b; XIII-b; XIII-c
Falconer, Antoon Adriaan (~10-09-1786, †05-05-1853) [Number XIII-b]  XIII-b
Falconer, Bartha Johanna (~31-01-1738, †16-01-1809) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,3
Falconer, Catharina Margrieta (~19-06-1739, †±1746) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,4
Falconer, Catharina Margrieta (~21-03-1749) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,9
Falconer, Catharine (*03-10-1683, †±1745) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,6
Falconer, Catherine (*±1525, †24-07-1591) [Daughter of IV-a]  IV-a,4
Falconer, Christian [Daughter of V]  V,3
Falconer, David (*±1716, †04-09-1775) [Number XI-c]  XI-c
Falconer, David (*24-08-1735, †28-08-1735) [Son of XI-b]  XI-b,1
Falconer, David (*26-11-1751, †21-03-1802) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,2
Falconer, Elizabeth (†?-09-1592) [Daughter of IV-a]  IV-a,6
Falconer, Elizabeth [Daughter of IX-a]  IX-a,1
Falconer, Elizabeth (*28-09-1684) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,7
Falconer, Elizabeth (*28-09-1758, †10-08-1839) [Daughter of XI-d]  XI-d,6
Falconer, Euphame (*±1675) [Daughter of IX-a]  IX-a,7
Falconer, Frances Elizabeth (*10-04-1755, †12-07-1812) [Daughter of XI-d]  XI-d,4
Falconer, George [Son of III]  III,2
Falconer, George (*±1500) [Son of IV-b]  IV-b,1
Falconer, George (*19-11-1685, †21-05-1743) [Number X-c]  X-c
Falconer, George (*02-12-1759, †15-06-1817) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,7
Falconer, Helen (*±1674, †10-06-1714) [Daughter of IX-a]  IX-a,6
Falconer, Isobel [Daughter of VI-a]  VI-a,6
Falconer, Isobel [Daughter of III]  III,3
Falconer, Isobel (*±1521, †?-08-1553) [Daughter of IV-a]  IV-a,1
Falconer, Isobel (*±1559, †±1640) [Daughter of V]  V,7
Falconer, James (stillborn *±1669) [Son of IX-a]  IX-a,3
Falconer, Jan Herman (~11-02-1789, †26-11-1815) [Son of XII-b]  XII-b,2
Falconer, Jane (*±1672) [Daughter of IX-a]  IX-a,5
Falconer, Janet (*31-01-1523, †27-01-1580) [Daughter of IV-a]  IV-a,3
Falconer, Jean [Daughter of VII-a]  VII-a,6
Falconer, Jean (*±1497, †14-10-1584) [Daughter of III]  III,5
Falconer, Jean (*±1580) [Daughter of VI-a]  VI-a,4
Falconer, Jean (*±1719, †16-02-1797) [Daughter of X-a]  X-a,6
Falconer, Johan Hendrik (~15-05-1793, †01-01-1828) [Son of XII-b]  XII-b,5
Falconer, Johanna Clara (~21-06-1797, †18-04-1856) [Daughter of XII-b]  XII-b,7
Falconer, Johannes Clarus (~18-03-1792, †22-08-1792) [Son of XII-b]  XII-b,4
Falconer, John (*±1600, †21-06-1670) [Number VIII-c]  VIII-c
Falconer, John (*29-12-1749, †±1802) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,1
Falconer, Katharine (*±1717, †01-12-1748) [Daughter of X-a]  X-a,4
Falconer, Magdalen (*±1558) [Daughter of V]  V,6
Falconer, Majorie [Daughter of IV-a]  IV-a,5
Falconer, Margaret (†±19-02-1659) [Daughter of VII-a]  VII-a,7
Falconer, Margaret (†?-08-1602) [Partner of VI-b]  VI-b
Falconer, Margaret (~19-04-1634) [Daughter of VIII-b]  VIII-b,2
Falconer, Margaret (*13-02-1679, †01-12-1747) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,2
Falconer, Margaret or Marion (*±1563) [Daughter of V]  V,9
Falconer, Margaretha Clementia (*09-11-1815, †04-02-1816) [Daughter of XIII-b]  XIII-b,1
Falconer, Margory (May) (*±1723, †18-11-1787) [Daughter of X-a]  X-a,9
Falconer, Marjorie [Daughter of VII-a]  VII-a,4
Falconer, Marjorie (*±1579) [Daughter of VI-a]  VI-a,3
Falconer, Mary (*±1721, †27-09-1775) [Daughter of X-a]  X-a,7
Falconer, Mary Herriot (~26-05-1680) [Daughter of IX-c]  IX-c,3
Falconer, Patrick [Son of VII-a]  VII-a,8
Falconer, Pieter Rembt (*01-09-1736, †03-02-1773) [Son of XI-b]  XI-b,2
Falconer, Rembertina Maria (~06-03-1795, †28-02-1867) [Daughter of XII-b]  XII-b,6
Falconer, Susanna Helena Wilhelmina (~17-07-1744, †<1746) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,7
Falconer, Susanna Helena Wilhelmina (~18-09-1746, †15-12-1808) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,8
Falconer, Thomas (stillborn *±1619) [Son of VIII-a]  VIII-a,2
Falconer, Thomas Keith (*26-06-1761, †±1807) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,8
Falconer, Wibbina Sophia (~30-09-1740, †11-05-1803) [Daughter of XI-b]  XI-b,5
Falconer, Willem Arnold Hendrik Cornelis (~29-04-1757, †11-09-1777) [Son of XI-b]  XI-b,11
Falconer, William (*09-09-1757, †>1804) [Son of XI-d]  XI-d,5
Falconer, Willliam (~04-08-1790, †11-05-1862) [Number XIII-c]  XIII-c
Falconer of Coltfield, Archibald (*±1557, †<03-02-1631) [Number VI-c]  VI-c
Falconer of Drimmie, Robert (*±1585, †±1647) [Number VII-c]  VII-c
Falconer of Dunduff, William (*±1570, †16-06-1625) [Number VI-d]  VI-d
Falconer of Glenfarquhar, David (*±1598, †>20-09-1683) [Number VIII-b]  VIII-b; IX-b; IX-c
Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1522, †11-11-1587) [Number V]  V; VI-a; VI-b; VI-c; VI-d
Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1545, †?-12-1595) [Number VI-a]  VI-a; VII-a; VII-b; VII-c
Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1575, †12-06-1645) [Number VII-a]  VII-a; VIII-a; VIII-b; VIII-c
Falconer of Halkerton, David (*±1400, †±1448) [Number I]  I; II
Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, Alexander (*±1440, †19-05-1498) [Number II]  II; III
Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, David (*±1495, †08-10-1546) [Number IV-a]  IV-a; V
Falconer of Halkerton and Lethen, George (*±1465, †±1511) [Number III]  III; IV-a; IV-b
Falconer of Jamaica, John (*17-04-1718, †20-11-1786) [Number XI-d]  XI-d
Falconer of Kincorth, Samuel (*±1561, †15-04-1640) [Son of V]  V,8
Falconer of Laik, Robert (*±1488) [Son of III]  III,1
Falconer of Little Inverochtie, Hew (*±1555, †<06-07-1627) [Number VI-b]  VI-b
Falconer of Monkton, James Melvin (*±1715, †?-12-1779)  X-a,6
Falconer of Newton, David (*±1639, †15-12-1685) [Number IX-c]  IX-c; X-a; X-b; X-c
Falconer of Newton, Patrick (*±1577, †>05-08-1656) [Number VII-b]  VII-b
Falconer of Phesdo, George (*±1722, †03-05-1780) [Number XI-e]  XI-e
Falconer, 1st Bart of Glenfarquhar, Alexander (*±1635, †17-03-1717) [Number IX-b]  IX-b
Falconer, 1st Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1595, †01-10-1671) [Number VIII-a]  VIII-a; IX-a
Falconer, 2nd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (~17-06-1620, †04-03-1684) [Number IX-a]  IX-a
Falconer, 3rd Lord Falconer of Halkerton, David (*±1668, †?-02-1724) [Son of IX-a]  IX-a,2
Falconer, 4th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, David (*27-05-1681, †24-09-1751) [Number X-a]  X-a; XI-a; XI-b; XI-c; XI-d; XI-e
Falconer, 5th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Alexander (*±1707, †05-11-1762) [Number XI-a]  XI-a
Falconer, 6th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, William (*±1712, †11-10-1776) [Number XI-b]  XI-b; XII-a; XII-b
Forbes of Thornton, James (†04-06-1713)  IX-a,5
Fullarton, John (*±1580)  VI-a,4
Fullerton of Dudwick, John  IX-c,3
Gerlacius, Bartha Johanna (*08-02-1688, †24-01-1750) [Father-in-law of XI-b]  XI-b
Goosens, Pieterke  XII-b,7
Graeme, Margaret (†03-03-1720) [Partner of IX-b]  IX-b
Grant, Louisa (†12-02-1862) [Partner of XIV-b]  XIV-b
Grant of Congalton, Henry  XIV-a,2
Grant of Logie and Moyness, John  VII-a,6
Gray, Isobel (*±1560, †20-10-1589) [Partner of VI-a]  VI-a; VII-a; VII-b; VII-c
Guthrie of that Ilk, Alexander (*±1542, †10-06-1597)  V,1
Hawkins, Francis [Father-in-law of XIV-a]  XIV-a
Hawkins, Francis (†1854) [Father-in-law of XV-a]  XV-a
Hawkins, Louisa (*28-08-1802, †01-11-1841) [Partner of XIV-a]  XIV-a; XV-a; XV-b
Hawkins, Louisa Madeleine (*07-06-1828, †06-02-1916) [Partner of XV-a]  XV-a; XVI-a; XVI-b
Hay, Elspet [Partner of VI-b]  VI-b
Hay, Mary (*±1685, †19-08-1758) [Partner of X-b]  X-b
Hepburn, Margaret (*±1615) [Partner of VIII-b]  VIII-b; IX-b; IX-c
Home, 9th of Ninewells, John (*±1657, †14-02-1695)  IX-c; IX-c,6
Home, 10th of Ninewells, Joseph (*10-02-1681, †?-08-1713)  IX-c,6
Iddekinge, Pieter Rembt van (*29-07-1683, †06-07-1758) [Father-in-law of XI-b]  XI-b
Iddekinge, Rembertina Maria van (~02-04-1713, †22-10-1779) [Partner of XI-b]  XI-b; XII-a; XII-b
Ivie, Hanna [Partner of XI-e]  XI-e
Jamieson, Margaret (*±1580) [Partner of VII-a]  VII-a
Jans, Grietje [Father-in-law of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Johnston, (Miss) (†±1685)  IX-c,6
Keiser, Jan Harmen (Herman) (*02-05-1730, †27-05-1800) [Father-in-law of XII-b]  XII-b
Keiser, Margareta Clementia (*08-06-1759, †26-11-1826) [Partner of XII-b]  XII-b; XIII-b; XIII-c
Keith, Agnes (*14-07-1503, †±1548) [Father-in-law of V]  V
Keith, Katharine Margaret (~24-06-1690, †01-03-1762) [Partner of X-a]  X-a; XI-a; XI-b; XI-c; XI-d; XI-e
Keith, William (*±1665, †05-12-1718) [Father-in-law of X-a]  X-a
Keith-Falconer, Alexander (~08-11-1798, †05-01-1846) [Son of XIII-a]  XIII-a,3
Keith-Falconer, Arthur (*27-08-1863, †09-12-1877) [Son of XV-a]  XV-a,6
Keith-Falconer, Blanche Catherine (*15-09-1859, †18-09-1922) [Daughter of XV-a]  XV-a,5
Keith-Falconer, Catharine Margaret (~03-06-1770, †10-12-1849) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,4
Keith-Falconer, Cecil Edward (*11-10-1860, †10-11-1899) [Son of XV-b]  XV-b,2
Keith-Falconer, Charles James (*01-07-1832, †07-01-1889) [Number XV-b]  XV-b
Keith-Falconer, Christina Elisabeth (~31-12-1774, †?-12-1826) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,7
Keith-Falconer, Diana Mary (~20-12-1858) [Daughter of XV-b]  XV-b,1
Keith-Falconer, Dudley Metcalfe Courtenay (*19-01-1854, †27-11-1873) [Son of XV-a]  XV-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Ethel Sydney (Sydney) (*20-09-1874, †21-09-1974) [Daughter of XVI-a]  XVI-a,1
Keith-Falconer, Francina Constantia (*09-06-1771, †04-12-1779) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,5
Keith-Falconer, Hilda Madaleine (*05-11-1875, †13-07-1967) [Daughter of XVI-a]  XVI-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Ian Douglas Montagu (*05-04-1877, †26-08-1897) [Son of XVI-a]  XVI-a,3
Keith-Falconer, Ida Madelene (~25-04-1868) [Daughter of XV-b]  XV-b,3
Keith-Falconer, Ion Grant Neville (*05-07-1856, †11-05-1887) [Number XVI-b]  XVI-b
Keith-Falconer, Isabella Catherine (*05-06-1824, †08-02-1870) [Daughter of XIV-a]  XIV-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Jean (~03-06-1772) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,6
Keith-Falconer, Madeleine Dora (*27-06-1858, †11-12-1925) [Daughter of XV-a]  XV-a,4
Keith-Falconer, Maria Rembertina (~08-02-1769, †24-08-1851) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,3
Keith-Falconer, Mary (*02-05-1795, †05-07-1864) [Daughter of XIII-a]  XIII-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Maude (*20-07-1869) [Daughter of XV-a]  XV-a,7
Keith-Falconer, Sibilla (*09-01-1768, †23-04-1792) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,2
Keith-Falconer, Susanna Helen (~30-08-1777) [Daughter of XII-a]  XII-a,8
Keith-Falconer, Victor Francis (*27-10-1869, †21-02-1900) [Son of XV-b]  XV-b,4
Keith-Falconer, William (*11-12-1799, †05-01-1846) [Number XIV-b]  XIV-b
Keith-Falconer, William Adrian (*20-09-1822, †17-12-1843) [Son of XIV-a]  XIV-a,1
Keith-Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Antony Adriaan (~02-02-1742, †30-08-1804) [Number XII-a]  XII-a; XIII-a
Keith-Falconer, 8th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, William (~11-12-1766, †06-10-1812) [Number XIII-a]  XIII-a; XIV-a; XIV-b
Keith-Falconer, 9th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Anthony Adrian (*20-04-1794, †11-07-1844) [Number XIV-a]  XIV-a; XV-a; XV-b
Keith-Falconer, 10th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Francis Alexander (*07-06-1828, †18-07-1880) [Number XV-a]  XV-a; XVI-a; XVI-b
Keith-Falconer, 11th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Algernon Hawkins Thomand (*12-08-1852, †19-03-1930) [Number XVI-a]  XVI-a; XVII
Keith-Falconer, 12th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, Arthur George (*05-01-1879, †25-05-1966) [Number XVII]  XVII
Kramer, Gooszen (*06-11-1803, †11-09-1867)  XII-b,7
Kramer, Jacob (*14-01-1801, †19-05-1836)  XII-b,7
Kramer, Jannes Jacobus  XII-b,7
Lamplugh of St. Mary Savoy, Frances (~06-05-1710, †±1763) [Partner of XI-c]  XI-c
Lindsay, Anne (*±1602, †13-07-1692) [Partner of VIII-a]  VIII-a; IX-a
Lindsay, John (*±1574, †05-11-1609) [Father-in-law of VIII-a]  VIII-a
Lindsay, Richard (†<02-09-1748)  XI-d
Lindsay of Broadland, Alexander  IV-a,6
Mackintosh, Angus mac William (*±1552, †±1624)  VI-a,3
Mackworth, Frances (*28-08-1731, †03-03-1814) [Partner of XI-a]  XI-a
Mackworth of Glamorganshire, Herbert (*07-09-1687, †20-08-1765) [Father-in-law of XI-a]  XI-a
Marjoribanks, Janet [Partner of X-c]  X-c
Middleton of that Ilk, John (*±1518, †?-07-1588)  IV-a,1
Montagu, George (*09-07-1799, †18-08-1855) [Father-in-law of XVI-a]  XVI-a
Montagu, Sydney Charlotte (*14-10-1851, †21-09-1932) [Partner of XVI-a]  XVI-a; XVII
Montagu, William Angus Drogo (*03-03-1877, †09-02-1947)  XVII
Monypenny, Katharine (*±1452, †03-03-1531) [Father-in-law of III]  III
Murray, Catherine (*±1664, †?-02-1726) [Father-in-law of X-a]  X-a
Nairn, Elizabeth (*06-04-1635, †20-01-1676) [Partner of IX-c]  IX-c
Nairn, Frances (*±1728, †±1786) [Partner of XI-d]  XI-d
Norvell, Mary (*±1641, †?-06-1695) [Partner of IX-c]  IX-c; X-a; X-b; X-c
Norvell of Boghall and Deans, George  X-a,9
Ogilvie, George (*±1626, †?-03-1668)  VIII-a,3
Ogilvie, James [Father-in-law of IX-a]  IX-a
Ogilvie, Margaret (*±1622, †11-02-1715) [Partner of IX-a]  IX-a
Ogilvy, Sibil (*±1603, †04-12-1634) [Partner of VIII-c]  VIII-c
Ogilvy of Powrie, Jeanet (*±1445, †05-06-1528) [Partner of II]  II; III
Oliphant, Anna [Father-in-law of VIII-a]  VIII-a
Oucherlony of Montrose, James  IX-a,5
Porterfield of Comestoun, Walter  IX-a,1
Quintus, Johanna Clara (Clara) (*18-08-1738, †29-06-1798) [Father-in-law of XII-b]  XII-b
Renny, Juliet (*06-01-1785, †09-07-1819) [Partner of XIV-a]  XIV-a
Rose, Hugh (*±1511, †10-06-1597)  IV-a,4
Rossie, Isobel [Partner of VII-c]  VII-c
Row of Bandeath, John  IX-a,7
Sadelijn, Sybilla Volkera (*03-12-1699, †17-03-1781) [Father-in-law of XII-a]  XII-a
Sichterman, Christina Elisabeth (*26-11-1738, †26-03-1809) [Partner of XII-a]  XII-a; XIII-a
Sichterman, Jan Albert (*19-09-1692, †15-01-1764) [Father-in-law of XII-a]  XII-a
Smit, Diederd Jans [Father-in-law of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Smit, Tamke Dieterds (*16-11-1786, †27-01-1853) [Partner of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Smith, Granville Roland Francis (*24-12-1860, †04-03-1917)  XV-a,5
Strachan, Elizabeth (*±1417, †±1440) [Partner of I]  I; II
Strachan of Carmylie, David  VI-a
Strathauchin of Elgin, Francis (*±1587)  VI-a,6
Sutherland of Kinstearie, James (*±1561, †±1623)  V,6
Tammes, Evert (*20-05-1798, †22-01-1864)  XII-b,6
Tonge, Francis Henry (*08-06-1855, †06-03-1936)  XV-a,4
Veen, Trijntje van der (*08-09-1743, †22-03-1783) [Father-in-law of XIII-b]  XIII-b
Wessels, Janna (*22-05-1796, †13-09-1860) [Partner of XIII-c]  XIII-c
Wishart of Carnebeg, Alexander (†15-07-1603)  V,9
Wishart of Carnebeg, Alexander  IV-a,5
Wishart of Pittarrow, John  IV-a,3
Zimmerman, Eugene [Father-in-law of XVII]  XVII
Zimmerman, Helena (*01-09-1879, †15-12-1971) [Partner of XVII]  XVII
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