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                                                 First Generation


     1. George Kerr Doig was born on 11 Jul 1940 in 2 Torphichen Street, Bathgate, West
        Lothian, Scotland. He was christened on 15 Aug 1940 in Bathgate, West Lothian,
        Scotland.


        George married Maureen Gilhooly daughter of John Gilhooly and Elizabeth Caroline
        Doherty on 12 Jun 1963 in St John Cantius & Nicholas Church, Broxburn, Scotland.
        Maureen was born on 25 Aug 1937 in Station House, South Queensferry, Scotland.




                                                  Second Generation


     2. Walter Doig was born on 15 Apr 1902 in Grayshall, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. He
        died on 28 May 1970 in 2 Torphichen Street, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. He
        married Eliza May Bonar on 5 Aug 1939 in Livingston West Church, Bathgate, West
        Lothian, Scotland.

              Walter was a painter in the family business. He was an Honorary Librarian and Billiard Convener at
              Bathgate Institute in Mid Street for many years. In 1940 he moved his business premises from Jarvey
              Street to 58 Hopetoun Street, Bathgate. He was then a Master Painter and Antique Dealer. He was a
              keen dancer and played competitive League Bridge for Bathgate Bridge Club.




     3. Eliza May Bonar was born on 18 Sept 1907 in Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland. She
        died on 5 Aug 1983 in Tippethill Hospital near Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland.

              Eliza worked in Walter’s shop and continued for 10 years after his death. She was artistic, painted on silk,
              mostly flowers. She was a member of Westfield Woman’s Rural Institute and gave many demonstrations
              of tatting. She enjoyed Scottish country dancing.




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                                                      Third Generation


     4. George Kerr Doig was born on 16 Mar 1871 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 11
        Dec 1936 in 1 Drumcross Road, Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. He married Jane Boyd
        Gray on 13 Sep 1900 in 466 St. George's Street, Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.


     5. Jane Boyd Gray was born on 23 May 1866 in Middle or New Parish, Greenock, Renfrew,
        Scotland. She died on 11 Dec 1914 in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland.

              An extract of her testament reads: Jane Gray or Doig, wife of George Kerr Doig, Painter, 1 Drumcross
              Road, Bathgate, died 11 December 1914, at Bathgate, intestate. Confirmation granted at Linlithgow, 30
              December 1914, to the said George Kerr Doig, Executor dative qua husband.




                                                    Fourth Generation


     8. Walter Doig was born on 16 Nov 1842 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on
        18 Dec 1842 in Denny, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 23 Aug 1898 in Slamannan, Stirling,
        Scotland. He married Ann Kerr on 31 May 1867 in 31 Kyle Street, Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

              In 1869 Walter was a house painter in Girvan. He became a master house painter. In 1871 he lived in
              Falkirk, Stirling with his wife Ann and sons John and George K. In 1881 and 1891 the family lived in
              Slamannan, Stirling.

              An extract of his testament reads: Walter Doig, Painter, Bank Street, Slamannan, died 23 August 1898, at
              Slamannan, intestate. Confirmation granted at Stirling, 25 October 1898, to Ann Kerr or Doig, Bank Street
              aforesaid, Executrix dative qua relict. Value of Estate, £235, 14s. 10d.




     9. Ann Kerr was born on 20 Oct 1841 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She was christened on 30 Jan
        1842 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She died on 24 Oct 1913 in Slamannan, Stirling, Scotland.

              At the time of her marriage Ann was a spinster and domestic servant. In 1901 she lived in Slamannan,
              Stirling with her daughter Agnes.

              An extract of her testament reads: Ann Kerr or Doig, Bank Street, Slamannan, died 24 October 1913 at
              Slamannan, intestate. Confirmation granted at Stirling, 24 November 1913, to John Doig, Painter, Bank
              Street aforesaid, her son, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £220, 10s. 3d.




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   10. John Gray was christened on 13 Dec 1840 in Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland. He died
        before 1881. He married Agnes Dalziell on 3 Dec 1861 in Hutchesontown, Glasgow,
        Lanark,Scotland.


   11. Agnes Dalziell was born in 1838/1839 in Stewarton, Ayr, Scotland.

              In 1881 Agnes was a widow and draper residing at 468 St. Georges Road, Glasgow (page 19) with 4
              children: William (joiner), Agnes (sewer and apprentice dressmaker), Jane (assists in house), and Maggie
              (scholar).




                                                      Fifth Generation


   16. John Doig was born in 1816 in Crawford, Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He was christened on
        12 May 1816 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 23 Nov 1892 in Denny, Stirling,
        Scotland. The cause of death was debility for 8 months and bedsores. He married Agnes
        Allan Anderson on 14 Jun 1839 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland.

              In 1839 John was a printcutter in Denny. In 1861 John was a spirit dealer in Denny. The Denny
              Valuation
              Roll of 1865/6 lists him as Proprietor of a Public House in Stirling Street, Denny; the rent was £8.15
              yearly.
              In 1861 he was a widower and spirit dealer living on Stirling Street, Denny. He married a second wife
              Catherine Maxwell on 31 Dec 1863 in Denny, John was a grocer, and he and Catherine lived in Denny.
              In 1891 John and Catherine still lived in Denny.

              The informant in John's death certificate was his granddaughter Agnes Fisher.

              [When daughter Christina was christened on 7 Feb 1841, also christened was James Doig, son of George
              Doig and Paterson Dixon. George was also a printcutter at East Borland, Denny. (See file WILL1750)]




   17. Agnes Allan Anderson was born on 5 May 1821 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland.
        She was christened on 20 May 1821 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland. She died on 4
        Oct 1858 in Denny.


   18. George Kerr was born on 19 Apr 1803 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Apr
        1803 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He died on 26 Jan 1875 in 31 Kyle Street, Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.
        The cause of death was pneumonia after 8 days. He married Janet Stewart on 27 Mar
        1832 in Riccarton, Ayr, Scotland.



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              George was a master blacksmith.

              Witness to George's death certificate was his son William.




   19. Janet Stewart was born on 25 Mar 1802 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She was christened on 27
        Mar 1802 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She died on 12 Sep 1884 in St. Quivox, Ayr, Scotland.

              She may be the Janet christened 22 Nov 1802 in Stewarton, Ayr, daughter of John Stewart and Agnes
              Orr.

              In 1881 Janet lived with her son George's family at 2 Queen Street, St. Quivox, Ayr.




   20. William Gray was born in 1817/1818 in Bothkennar, Stirling, Scotland. He married Jean
        Boyd on 14 Feb 1840 in Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland.

              In 1881 William was a general laborer residing on Main Street, Slamannan, Stirling with his wife Jane and
              married son George (general laborer) and James (engine driver), and grandchildren Alison Gray, James
              Gray, William Gray and Agnes Gray.




   21. Jean Boyd was born in 1815/1816 in Slamannan, Stirling, Scotland.




                                                Sixth Generation


   32. Walter Doig was born in 1782 in Thornhill, Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He was christened
        on 8 Aug 1782 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He died on 12 Jun 1861 in Denny, Stirling,
        Scotland. The cause of death was chronic bronchitis after 2 months. He married Janet
        Ferguson on 11 Jul 1815 in Kippen, Stirling, Scotland.

              Father's first name not given on the christening record.

              Walter sasined on 24 May 1838, in fee and liferent respectively, 1 rood and 3 ells of ground of the lands
              of Cormanshaugh on the east side of the road from Stirling to Denny, Parish of Denny, recorded 29 May
              1838 in Stirling. Walter was a grocer, merchant, and spirit dealer in Denny, Stirling. By 1851 he had
              retired and was living on Main Street, Wellstrand, Denny.

              Walter's Testament was recorded 20 Mar 1863 in the Stirling Sheriff Court. He bequeathed his personal
              estate and the contents of his house to his daughter Janet Doig who was then residing in Sydney, New
              South Wales, with her husband Robert Downie.




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   33. Janet Ferguson was born on 9 Jun 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was
        christened on 15 Jun 1794 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died on 4 Oct 1858 in
        Denny, Stirling, Scotland. The cause of death was influenza for several weeks. She was
        buried in United Presbyterian Church, Denny, Stirling, Scotland.

              Parents on death record reported as Peter Ferguson and Janet McKenzie by her son John, which may be
              in error for her mother's surname. She is probably the Janet christened 15 June 1794, daughter of Peter
              Ferguson and Janet McInnes, but the link is not certain.




   34. Archibald Anderson was born about 1790 in Scotland. He married Christian Shaw on 2
        Oct 1815 in Cumbernauld, Dunbarton, Scotland.


   35. Christian Shaw was born about 1794 in Scotland.


   36. David Kerr was born on 22 Jun 1762 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He was christened on 27 Jun
        1762 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He died in 1810 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Ann Shaw
        on
        25 Feb 1792 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.


   37. Ann Shaw was born on 8 Mar 1768 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She was christened on 10 Mar
        1768 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She died in 1811 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

              The link to parents is uncertain and based on approx. age, location, and children named William and Ann.




   38. Hugh Stewart was born about 1772 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Agnes Boyd on
        18 Nov 1797 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.


   39. Agnes Boyd was born about 1776 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.




                                             Seventh Generation


   64. John Doig was born about 1748 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Margaret
        Paterson on 30 Jun 1773 in Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.



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              The link to father is uncertain and based on approx. age, location, and an eldest known son named John.
              He and his brother Henry both lived at Boquhapple, Kincardine at the same time as they had children
              born there. In his marriage Record John is listed from Kilmadock.

              John was a ploughman. On his son John's death certificate he was listed as a farmer.

              [More children may have been born in the 1773-1778 period.]

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              Some References used in this family history:

              America

              -----, 1900 U.S. Census, Michigan, Calhoun Co., Battle Creek - James R. Doig.
              -----, 1910 U.S. Census, Michigan, Calhoun Co., Battle Creek - James R. Doig.
              -----, 1920 U.S. Census, Michigan, Calhoun Co., Battle Creek - James R. Doig.
              Glazier, Ira A., ed., The Famine Immigrants - Lists of Irish Immigrants Arriving at the Port of New York,
              1846-1851, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984), 572 - Robert Doig.

              Australia

              -----, New South Wales Pioneer's Index 1889-1918, (The Crown, 1993); [plus earlier hand copied
              records in the N.S.W. Registry House, Sydney, by Kenneth Frank Doig in Feb 1994.]
              Births - Children of Walter Doig, Joseph Doig, John D. Doig.
              Marriages - Walter Doig, Jannet Doig, Joseph Doig, John Doig.
              Deaths - Walter Doig [88-09072], Eliza Doig [83-04405], Walter Doig [73-00823], Mary Ann Doig [74-
              000654].

              Canada

              -----, 1861 Canadian Census, Ontario, Lambton, Sarna Twp. - Robert Doig.
              -----, 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Lambton, Sarna Twp.[004-F-1-25] - Robert Doig.
              Bassett, Eleanor, E-mail 22, Mar 1998 and 26 Mar 1998.

              Scotland

              -----,   1841   Scottish   Census,   Stirlingshire,   Gargunnock - John Doig.
              -----,   1841   Scottish   Census,   Stirlingshire,   St. Ninians - Mary Doig, Robert Doig.
              -----,   1851   Scottish   Census,   Stirlingshire,   Denny - Walter Doig.
              -----,   1851   Scottish   Census,   Stirlingshire,   Gargunnock - John Doig.
              -----,   1861   Scottish   Census,   Stirlingshire,   Denny - John Doig.


              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Denny - John Doig.
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Slamannan - Walter Doig.
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Stirling - Jane Doig, Mary Doig.
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Denny - John Doig.
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Stirlingshire, Slamannan - Walter Doig.
              -----, Abridgement of Sasines, Stirling, Vol. 3, 1831-40, (Films #0217137, index #0217071) - Walter Doig.
              -----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court
              Books of Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth, Clackmannan, Kinross, and Stirling, from 1846 to 1867 Inclusive,
              (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1868), 185 (#1368216) - Walter Doig [1863-G441].
              -----, Old Parochial Records, Stirlingshire, Denny (#0102105), Gargunnock (#0102115), Kippen
              (#0102121), St. Ninians (#0102126/8), Stirling (#1041978/9).
              -----, Vital Records of Scotland, Deaths - John Doig, Jean (McKinlay) Doig, Walter Doig, Jane Doig, Mary
              Doig, John Doig, Christina Shaw (Doig) Boyd, Walter Doig, Marion Anderson Doig, Janet Stewart Doig.
              Marriages - John Doig, Isabella Doig, Christina Doig, Walter Doig, Janet Doig.

              Doig, Kerr, family history "John Doig and Margaret Paterson," e-mail 3 Nov 2001.



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   65. Margaret Paterson was born about 1752 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.


   66. Peter Ferguson was born about 1766 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Janet
        McInnes on 3 Dec 1791 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

              He may be the Peter christened 14 Jun 1766 in Kilmadock, Perth, son of John Ferguson and Mary
              McFarlane.

              Peter was a laborer.




   67. Janet McInnes was born about 1770 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.


   72. John Kerr was born about 1727 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Agnes Ramsay on 5
        Sep 1753 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

              He may be the John born 27 Aug 1732 in Stewarton, Ayr, son of William Kerr and Margaret Caskie.




   73. Agnes Ramsay was born on 25 Oct 1727 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She was christened on 5
        Nov 1727 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.


   74. William Shaw was born about 1742 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Ann Rob on 30
        May 1767 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.


   75. Ann Rob was born about 1746 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.




                                               Eighth Generation


 128. John Doig was born about 1709 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died about 1788 in
        Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. He married Susanna Coupar.

              A son John is listed for Paul Dog and Jean Paterson by Alexander Deuchar. The link to parents is
              uncertain and based on John Dog in Murdieston as witness to christenings in 1737 and 1750, and in
              Burnside (SW of Murdieston on Goodie Water) in 1751. Brother Andrew Dog of Burnside witnessed
              christenings in 1744 and 1749. Also his father Paul would have likely named a son John after his father.




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              Sasine recorded 1 Mar 1787: John Doig at Craighead, seised 17 Feb 1787 in Tenements in Thornhill, par.
              Kincardine, on Disp. by Archibald Ferguson, Feuar, Thornhill, 17 Feb 1787. (P.R.St. 29.308)

              Sasine recorded 6 June 1788: John Fisher, stockingmaker, Thornhill, seised, 4 June 1788 in one third part
              of a tenement in Thornhill, par. Kincardine; on Disp. by John Doig, merchant, Thornhill, to Susanna


              Coupar, his spouse, 17 May 1776; & Disp. and Assig. by her, 29 May 1788. (P.R.St. 30.106)

              Spouse presumed wife of this John from above sasine. The following children are not found in the parish
              records and are based on approx. age, location, sons named John, and links to each other.
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              References used in the following portion of this family history for Margaret, Henry and Walter:
              (See references for son John under his name.)

              New Zealand

              -----, Freeholders of New Zealand, October 1882, (Wellington: Didsbury, 1884), 32 - Jane Doig (D025).
              -----, Canterbury Museum Shipping Index, (Christchurch: Canterbury Museum) [also copy of original
              manifest of ship Mooltan from National Archives of New Zealand, Wellington.] - And M Doig (D026); on
              the Zealandia, Robert Doig (D012); on the Royal Stewart, George Doig (D014).
              -----, Christchurch Vital Statistics, (Christchurch Public Library Cardfile) - George Doig (D014).
              -----, Green Island Cemetery, Dunedin - Henry Doig (D025).
              -----, National Archive Official Transcript, marriage BDM 20/24 p.890 - Isabella Runciman Doig (E037).
              -----, New Zealand Births, (Mormon Family History Center, Christchurch, NZ).
              -----, New Zealand Deaths, (Mormon Family History Center, Christchurch, NZ) - Robert Doig (D012)
              [Dunstan 1871-#567], George Doig (D014).
              -----, Otago Provincial Records, (Wellington: NZ National Archives), Letter OP 6/6, 1859/98; OP 6/8,
              1860/
              148 - Henry Doig (D025).
              -----, Otago Settlers Pre-1861, Val Maxwell Index - Henry Doig (D025), Andrew McInnis Doig (D026).
              Brett, Sir Henry, White Wing, Vol. II, (Auckland: Brett, 1928) 238 - George Doig (D014).
              Gardiner, W.J., ed., A History of Canterbury, 1854-1876, (Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1971), 184
              -
              R. Doig (D012).
              Pinney, Robert, South Canterbury Runs, (Auckland: Reed, 1971), 163 - R. Doig (D012).

              Scotland

              -----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005), Elizabeth Doig (C009).
              -----, 1841 Scottish Census, Stirling, Gargunnock - James Doig (D009).
              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Lanark, Glasgow - David Doig (C004).
              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Cuthberts - Alexander Doig (C001), James Doig
              (C006), Henry Doig (D018).
              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005), Elizabeth Doig (C009), Ann
              Doig (E028A).
              -----, 1861 Scottish Census, Lanark, Glasgow - Peter Doig (D006).
              -----, 1861 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Andrews - Henry Doig (D018).
              -----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine - Margaret Doig (C005).
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Barony - Peter Doig (D006), David Doig (E015), Jane Doig (E020).
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Govan - David Doig (D007), John Doig (D008), Margaret (Doig)
              Sibbald (D010), Henry Doig (E006).
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Lanark, Shettleston - John Doig (E023).
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Edinburgh, St. Cuthberts - Henry Doig (D018).
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Argyle, Dunoon - David Doig (E015).
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Lanark, Govan - Henry Doig (E006).
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Midlothian, Portobello - Henry Doig (D018).
              -----, Abridgment of Sasines, Perth, 1821-1830, Vol. 2 (Index #0217063, Record (#0217128) - David
              Doig



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              (C004), Jean (McInnis) Doig (C007).
              -----, Edinburgh Directory, 1840/1, 1850/1 - Alexander Doig (C101).
              -----, Grayfriar's Graveyard, Edinburgh Burials, (#1066748) - James Gillespie Doig (C021),       Isabella
              Doig (C022), Janet Robertson Doig (C023).
              -----, Index to the Inventories of the Personal Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court
              Books of Edinburgh, Haddington, and Lithengow, from 1846 to 1865, Inclusive, (Edinburgh: Murray &


              Gibb, 1866) - John Doig (D001).
              -----, Nature, November 8, 1952, 781 - Obituary of Peter Doig (E022B).
              -----, Scottish Biographies, (London: Thurston, 1938), 195 - Henry Doig (F001).
              -----, Scottish Old Parochial Records, Barony, Glasgow (#0104934/43), and Gorbals (#0102940/3,5) in
              Lanark; Edinburgh in Mid Lothian; Aberfoyle, Callander (#0102696), Kilmadock and Kincardine in
              Perthshire; Gargunnock (#0102115), Kippen (#0102121), St. Ninians (#0102126/8), and Stirling
              (#1041978/9) in Stirlingshire.
              -----, Vital Records of Scotland, Deaths - David Doig (C004), Margaret Doig (C005), James Doig (C006),
              Alexander Doig (C008), Elizabeth Doig (C009), Jane (McLeod) Doig (D006), Mary (Malcolm) Doig (D008),
              James Doig (D009), Alexander Doig (C101), Mary Ann (Reid) Doig (C101), Agnes Doig (E004), Janet Doig
              (E007), John Doig (E012), James Doig (E018), Peter Doig (E019), David Doig (E024), Harriet Bradford
              Doig (E033), Henry (Harry) Doig (E028), John Doig (D001).
                      Marriages - Margaret Doig (E017), John Doig (E023), Esther Love Doig (E031), Isabella Doig
              (E032), Harriet Doig (E033).
              -----, Voters Roll 1860/1, Glasgow, 15th Ward - Peter Doig (D006), Henry Doig (C102).
              -----, Who's Who, 1953 - Peter Doig (E022B).
              -----, Who Was Who, 1951-1960 - Peter Doig (E022B).




 129. Susanna Coupar was born about 1724 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland. She died about
        1788 in Of Kincardine, Perth, Scotland.


 146. Hugh Ramsay was born about 1697 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Margaret Kerr
        on 19 Jul 1722 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.


 147. Margaret Kerr was born about 1701 in Of Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.




                                                Ninth Generation


 256. Paul Doig was born in 1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He was christened on 2 Jan
        1676 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Jean Paterson.

              Witnesses at Paul's christening were Thomas Mitchell and John Graham, there.

              Deuchar lists Paul Dog of Burnside as married to Jean Paterson with son John born in 1707.

              On 11 Feb 1714 Paul Dog in Burnsyde was witness at the christening of Walter Dog, son of James Dog
              and Margaret Thomson; the other witness was Walter Dog in Murdockstoun.




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 257. Jean Paterson was born about 1680 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died before
        1714 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.




                                                Tenth Generation


 512. John Doig was born about 1638 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Margaret
        Murdoch.

              John's christening unrecorded as there were no entries in the Kilmadock parish record from June 1638 to
              Sept 1641.

              John farmed in Burne Cessintully (Burnside of Murdieston), Kilmadock.

              There are no entries in the Kilmadock parish record from May 1652 to May 1668 to record his first
              marriage or children.




 513. Margaret Murdoch was born about 1640 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.




                                              Eleventh Generation


 1024. John Doig of Cessintullie was born about 1595 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

              John acquired the Mill of Cessintully by assignation of his father on 11 Feb 1634. Thereafter the tenants
              of the local farms did not cooperate in using the mill, a monopoly, and making proper payments. In 1637
              John Dog brought suit against the local farmers to exclusively use his mill and pay the required portion.
              Included in his suit were defendants John Dog, a portioner of Murdieston, and David Dog of Ballingrew.
              In 1642 James Dog of Gartincaber claimed Cessintully.

              John was a witness to christenings in 1634 and 1647. A bond is recorded about 1647 by John Dog at the
              Mill of Cessentullie, brother germain to Paul Dog, there, to John Johnston of Stirling. [General Register of
              Deeds, Vol. 533.]




                                                      Twelfth Generation



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 2048. James Doig of Dunrobin was born about 1564 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died
         in Feb 1634 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Dorothy Cunningham.

              On 7 Apr 1590 his father, Paul, wrote a Charter for certain lands in favor of Dorothy Cunnynghame,
              lawful
              daughter of Margaret Cunnynghame, Lady Craigends, now wife of his son, James (MCB). Margaret
              Cunnynghame was his father's wife.

              On 7 June 1614 James received jointly with his father a charter of the lands of Coldoch Easter, Middle
              Coldoch, Kip, Arnefinlay, and the Mill of Cessintullie, which had belonged to his grandfather, James; his
              principal dwelling was at Easter Coldoch; witness was James Dog "meis nepote" (MCB - RH11/54/1); on
              the same date a sasine to the same lands was given to James and his father; witness was James Dog,
              eldest lawful son to the same James Dog (MCB); this charter was confirmed on 21 July 1615 (GS). All
              the
              evidents and writs of his lands were uplifted on 3 Oct 1629; John and Paul are listed as his sons (MCB).
              Son James was not mentioned as he died in 1619. James Dog of Cessintullie was witness to the
              christening of Jealls Dog on 1 Dec 1631.

              On 19 Dec 1618 James Dog of Dunrobin, Dorothy Cunningham, his spouse, and Paul his father gave a
              sasine to Walter Chisholm as proprietor. And on the same day another sasine to Walter Chisome
              mentions
              Paul Dog and his wife Agnes, their son James Dog and his wife Dorothy Cunningham, and their grandson
              James Dog son and heir. On 22 Jan 1619 a renunciation by Walter Chisholm or Chisome, mentions Paul
              Dog of Dunrobin husband of deceased Janet Shaw and son James Dog, feuar of Dunrobin. [Particular
              Register of Sasines for Stirlingshire, Minute Book.]

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

              Renunciation Paul Doig & Janet Livingston his spouse to Thomas Nielson - annual rent from Carrick(?),
              recorded June 1634 in the General Register of Sasines, Vol. 40, Folio 72.

              Reg Mag Sig xi 1660-68 (Soc Gen)
              #1013 Edinburgh 26 Jan 1667. Charter in favour of the deceased Robert Tailyeor ... lands of
              Auchinbannow ... by the deceased James Dog of Dunrobin with consent of the late Dorothy
              Cunninghame
              his wife and the late Paul Dog his eldest son and heir apparent ... re a sasine of 29 Aug 1628 ...
              witnesses:
              the said James Dog and his wife, James Dog of Gartincaber, John Dog second son of the granter, ...,


              David Dog of Ballangrew, ...




 2049. Dorothy Cunningham was born about 1565 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.




                                             Thirteenth Generation




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 4096. Paul Doig of Dunrobin was born about 1535 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in
         1618/1629 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Dorothy Buchanan.

              Paul was a minor at the time of his brother James' death on 22 Dec 1555 (PS). At that time ward and
              nonentry was granted to Thomas Graham of Boquhoppill with right of marriage of Paul (PS). His uncle,
              Archibald Dog, was appointed his tutor on 14 Aug 1557 (CD).

              On 7 June 1565 Paul recorded at Edinburgh a sasine for lands of Easter (Nether) and Middle Coldoch,
              Arfinley, and Cessintulye; these lands had been in the hands of the Queen for 8 years (ER). In a
              discharge dated 9 Apr 1567 by Mary Queen of Scots mentions "the miln and miln landis of Cessintully
              pertaining to Paule Dog" which were assigned to James Stewart, Steward of Menteith. On 8 June 1567
              Paul wrote a deed that was witnessed by his uncle Archibald; the record mentions his sister, Katherine,
              and brother, John (RD). On 10 Jan 1572 he recorded at Leith a sasine to lands of Nether Coldoch,
              belonging to Dunrobin, Auchinbanno and Severie.

              On 1 Feb 1575 Paul's goods escheat (AT). [An escheat is reversion of property to the fee holder for
              failure
              of the heir.] He had a respite from escheat on 13 Apr 1576 (PS). Perhaps the respite occurred on the
              birth of an heir, his son, James. On 7 Apr 1590 Paul wrote a Charter for certain lands in favor of Dorothy
              Cunnynghame, lawful daughter of Margaret Cunnynghame, Lady Craigans, now wife of his son, James
              (MCB).

              On 23 Dec 1592 Paull Dog of Dunrobin signed a contract as surety for 1000 merks in Easter Mugdock
              (Smith). On 5 Mar 1602 Paul signed a charter as curator of James Stewart, third Earl of Moray; he was
              joint curator with Lord St. Colm and Sir Robert Crichton of Cluny; James Stewart was a minor, and at
              odds with the Privy Council and feuding with his father's murderer, Huntly, and also with the Earl of
              Argyll.
               On 5 Apr 1604 a fee in life rent was granted to the lands of Coldoch Wester to Paul Dog of Dunrobin and
              to James Dog, his son and heir apparent; witness was James Dog of Gartincaber (RMS).

              On 8 Jul 1613 in Perth he retoured as heir to his father James Dog of Dunrobin (RET).
              Paulus Dog de Dunrobene, haeres Jacobi Dog de Dunrobene, patris, -in terris de Coldoch-Eister alias
              vocatis Nether Coldoch; -terris de Over Coldoch, alias, Middell Coldoch; -terris de Kep et Arnfinlay; -20
              solidatis terrarum de Cessintullie; -E. 25l. 10 s. 11. &c. feudifirmae; -molendino de Cessintullie, terra
              molendinaria, sequelis et multuris; -et specialiter astrictis multuris terrarum subscriptarum, viz. 20
              mercatarum terrarum de Boquhoppillis, terrarum de Coldochis, terrarum de omnibus Frewis cum Varda
              de
              Gwdy, et integrarum terrarum dominii de Cessintullie; -E. 24 Bollae farinae et 1 aper; -omnibus in
              dominio
              de Cessintullie et senescallatu de Menteith. F. 72.
              Translation: Paul dog of Dunrobin, heir of James Dog of Dunrobin, his father, - in the lands of Coldoch
              Easter also called Nether Coldoch; - lands of Over Coldoch also called Middle Coldoch; - lands of Kip and
              Arnefinlay; - 20 shillings worh of lands of Cessintully: -E 25 pounds 10 shillings and 11 pence etc. held in
              fee simple: - the mill of Cessintully, the mill lands, and its many appurtenances [Or 'the mill-soken'], -
              and
              especially the obligations of the many lands written below, that is, 20 merk land of Boquhapple, lands of
              Coldoch, lands of all the Frews with the Varda and Goodie, and the complete lands of the lordship of
              Cessintully: -E 24 bolls of flour and one boar: - all in the lordship of Cessintully and stewartry of Menteith.

              On 7 June 1614 Paul received a charter of the lands of Coldoch Easter, Middle Coldoch, Kip, Arnefinlay,
              and the Mill of Cessintullie, which had belonged to his father, James; his principal dwelling was at Easter
              Coldoch; James was named his eldest son and heir apparent; witness was James Dog "meis nepote"
              (MCB - RH11/54/1); on the same date a sasine to the same lands was given to Paul and his son, James;


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




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 4097. Dorothy Buchanan was born about 1539 in Scotland. She died about 1574 in Of
         Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.


 4098. Lord William Cuninghame 4th of Craigends was born in 1547. He died in 1568. He
         married Lady Margaret Cuninghame of Craigends.


 4099. Lady Margaret Cuninghame of Craigends was born about 1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth,
         Scotland. She died in 1618 in Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She was buried in 1618 in Old
         Kilmadock Graveyard, Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

              Margaret's grave stone reads: HEIR ES MARGRATE CUNYGHAME LADY CRAIGENDES W...ESIESED SPOVS
              TO PAVL DOG OF DVNROBIN 1618. MEMENTO MORI around skull. Shield with sword and dagger.




                                                     Fourteenth Generation


 8192. James Doig of Dunrobin died in 1539/1540 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married
         Agnes Hamilton.

              In 1505 James and his wife, Agnes, leased half of the Mill of Cessintully and Wester Coldoch (ER). On 4
              May 1508 he leased half the lands of the Mill of Cessintully and part of Middle and Wester Coldoch (ER).
              On 7 July 1528 James Dog Junior was granted the lands of Ballechragan and Gartincaber (RMS). On 3
              Apr 1532 a precept of sasine was recorded at Stirling for the Lands of Severtie were granted to him
              (RMS).
               On 29 July 1635 he granted the lands of Ballecraggan, Aggleschechinauch, Gartincaber and other lands
              to his brother, John (C002) (RMS). On 8 Feb 1536 James Dog Senior and his wife Agnes Hamilton were
              given feuferme of Easter and Middle Coldoch, Kip and Cessintully, lands which James occupied (RMS,
              PS).
              On 16 Jan 1538/9 was a confirmation to James and Agnes Dog of the lands of Dunrobyn and
              Auchinbannow (RMS).

              James was appointed yeoman of the King's wardrobe on 17 Sept 1524 (PS), and by 1527 Groom of Royal
              Wardrobe (TA). On 8 Sept 1528 James (Jacobus Jr.) witnessed a charter of Queen Margaret. On 23
              Sept 1528 he witnessed an agreement between James Stewart, Captain of Doune Castle, and William
              Edmundstone of Duntreath. In 1540 James became Seneschal of Menteith, heritably (AT).

              James was keeper of Queen Margaret's wardrobe at Doune Castle. William Dunbar (c.1460-c.1521), the
              poet, celebrated James in The Wardraipper of Venus Boure, thus:

              Quhen that I speik till him frendlyk
              He barkis lyk ane midding tyk,
              War chassand cattell throu a bog:
              Madam, ye heff a dangerous Dog!




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               On 8 Aug 1538 David Shaw, Hucheoun Wallace, and George Dreghorne were indicted at Linlithgow for
               the slaughter of the Laird of Lany and mutilation of James Dog (PS). James recorded his will on 8 Feb
               1536 and again 16 Jan 1539 at Linlithgow. He died between 1540 and 1542. His will was recorded in
               Edinburgh on 5 Dec 1542 (PS, RMS).

               [Note: Birth estimates too late based on marriage by 1505. Son Paul served as heir in 1613.]




 8193. Agnes Hamilton .


 8196. Lord Gabriel Cuninghame 3rd of Craigends died on 10 Sep 1547 in Battle of Pinkie,
         Lothian, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Livingston.


 8197. Elizabeth Livingston .
 8198. Sir William Cuninghame of Cuninghamhead .




                                              Fifteenth Generation


 16384. James Doig was born about 1449 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He died in
              1526/1532 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Margaret about 1492.

               In 1488 James was the King's servant (ER) as Groom of Wardrobe. In 1489 he received clothing for the
               King (AT). In 1490 he carried money to the King (AT). In 1494 he prepared for the Chancellor of
               Denmark (AT). He was appointed Chamberlain of Menteith in May 1508 (ER), and from 5 July 1508,
               James (Jacobi) was Chamberlain for two terms; he was at first joint Chamberlain with James Redheuch at
               Doune Castle.

               On 10 July 1491 James leased part of Coldoch Wester, Cessintuly with the mill, Ernelaw and Kip, by the
               permission of his brother, Walter (ER). On 3 Oct 1491 he acquired the lands of Auchounbannow on
               resignation of his brother, Alexander Dog (B001), Canon of Inchmahome (RMS). On 22 Oct 1492 he
               leased the Mill of Cessintully jointly with his brother, Walter (ER). On 7 May 1499 he was a tenant of
               Cessintully, Coldoch Wester, Ernlaw, and Kip (ER). On 20 May 1500 James purchased the estate of
               Dunrobin, by a precept of confirmation (PS). In 1502 he was tenant in Cessintully, Ernlaw, Coldoch
               Wester and Kip (ER). In 1502 James let Cessintully to John Dog (B005), and his wife, Margaret MacCalpy
               (ER).

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




 16385. Margaret was born about 1451 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.




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 16392. Lord William Cuninghame 2nd of Craigends died on 11 Aug 1533 in Scotland. The
              cause of death was Killed in a feud. He married Giles Campbell.

               The feud in which William was killed was probably that between the families of Cuninghame (especially
               the Earls of Glencairn) and the Montgomeries of Eglinton. The feud began when Hugh Montgomerie, 1st
               Earl of Eglinton was created Bailie of Cunningham in 1498. This brought him into serious disputes with
               the Cunningham family,      traditionally lords of that area. In 1528 the Cunninghams had burnt down the
               castle of Eglintoun. William and Giles had numerous other daughters, who married into the houses of
               Porterfield, Eldersley, Auchenames, and Newark. Giles is sometimes said to be a daughter of Sir John
               Campbell of Loudoun but this appears to be in error.




 16393. Giles Campbell .


 16394. William Livingston of Kilsyth .William married Mary Forrester.


 16395. Mary Forrester .




                                              Sixteenth Generation


 32768. Walter Doig Chamberlain of Menteith was born about 1420 in Of Kilmadock, Perth,
              Scotland. He died in 1478 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Nory.

               Walter Dog is first mentioned in the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland in 1460. In 1463 he repaid the servants
               that were keeping Doune Castle. On 19 June 1467 Walter entered office as Chamberlain of Menteith,
               Bulquhidder, Strathgartney, Drummond, and Duchray. He was appointed (again) July 1471. In 1467
               Walter was granted the grassum of Coldoch [A "grassum" is payment to a landlord by a tenant on
               entering a farm.].




 32769. Elizabeth Nory was born about 1424 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland. She died about
              1490 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

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




 32784. William Cuninghame 1st L. Craigends died before 19 Jun 1520 in Scotland. He married
              Elizabeth Stewart on 29 Jan 1484.

               His father granted William an annual rent of 15 merks from the lands of Walterston in Kilbarchany. On 4
               Feb     1479 he was also granted a charter of the lands of Craiganys (Craigends) in the Lordship of
               Ranfurly. He had a     charter of Robertland on 10 July 1506, which was confirmed by James IV in 1510.



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              William married second Marion Auchinleck on 12 Mar 1497/8. They had as son David Cuninghame of
              Bartenholm, 1st of Robertland; married before 22 Jan 1540/41 to his half-niece Margaret Cuninghame of
              Craigends. David died before 16 Jan 1543/44 => Cuningham of Robertland line.




 32785. Elizabeth Stewart died before 31 Aug 1496 in Scotland.


 32786. Laird George Campbell of Killock .


 32788. William Livingston of Kilsyth died in 1513. He married Janet Bruce.


 32789. Janet Bruce .


 32790. Sir Duncan Forrester of Carden .




                                          Seventeenth Generation


 65536. John Doig was born about 1395 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.

              The name Dog, or Doig, is derived from the Celtic "Gille Doc," or servant of Saint Cadoc. The earliest
              reference to the family is a Dog who fought with Sir Walter Stewart at the battle of Largs in 1263.
              Alexander Doge was Vicar of Dunnychtyne (Dunnichen) in 1372.

              John Dog of yt Ilk registered a Coat of Arms in 1468 (Lord Lyon's records ref - FAL 224), described as:
              Gules, a chevron Argent between two cinquefoils in chief Ermine and a sword erect in base Argent. [A
              similar Coat of Arms was continued by the Dogs of Ballengrew until the death of James Dog in 1685. The
              lands then passed to James' daughter Elizabeth Dog, spouse of Hugh McFarlane of Keithtoune. A Coat of
              Arms of the same derivation was used by the Dogs of Dunrobin and Gartincaber for about the same
              period.]

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

              --------------------------------------------------------------
              The early part of the Dog/Doig family history is derived from the following sources:

              Notably, are ninty pages of research on the early Doig of Dog family by Alexander Deuchar (1780- ),
              seal engraver and genealogist in Edinburgh, dated 1834. This Alexander was a direct descendant of both
              the Dogs of Menteith and the later Doigs of Brechin. The original documents are held in the Stirling
              Archives in the W. B. Cook Collection.

              -----, 1694 Hearth Tax - Elizabeth Dog, Jon Dog.
              -----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock Parish, Meadowhead - Paul Doig, John Doig, Janet
              Doig,
              Jean Doig.




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              -----, 1841 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Thornhill - James Doig; Moss Side - Andrew
              Doig.
              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kilmadock Parish, Norrieston; Southfield - George Paterson.
              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Mill of Goody - Agnes Doig.


              -----, 1851 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Menteith - James Doig.
              -----, 1861 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish, Wester Boquhapple - John Doig; Mill of Goodie
              -
              Paul Doig; Thornhill - Christina Campbell (Doig).
              -----, 1881 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.
              -----, 1891 Scottish Census, Perthshire, Kincardine Parish - Andrew Doig, John Doig, James Doig.

              -----, Abridgement of Sasines, Perth, Vol. 4, 1841-1845, (#0217128, index #0217063) - Paul Doig,
              Andrew Doig, Janet Doig, John Doig, James Doig.
              -----, Calendar of Deeds - Paul Dog. [CD]
              -----, Commercial Directory & Topography of Scotland, (London: Slater, 1860), 1114 - John Doig.
              -----, Decennial Indexes to the Service of Heirs in Scotland, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1863) - Elizabeth
              Dog, Paul Doig; Andrew Doig.
              -----, Descreet of Abstraction to the Mill at Cessintully, 1637, (A judgment in Scots Law, from the
              collection of Miss Jean Paterson of Dunblane, 1992) - Paul Dog; James Dog; John Dog; David Dog; John
              Dog.
              -----, Doig Probably of Dunrobin, (Handwritten genealogy of Dogs from 1491, probably prepared by
              Alexander Deucher, died c.1840). [Deucher]
              -----, General Register of Sasines Index, Vol. 3, 1631-1640, (#0216971) - Paull Dog of Cessintullie; John
              Dog, Margaret Graham.
              -----, General Register of Sasines Index, Vol. 4, 1641-1650, (#0216972) - David Dog of Ballingrew),
              Margaret Grahame, John Dog Portioner of Murdiestoun).
              -----, General Register of Sasines Index, Vol. 6, 1661-1670, (#0216974) - Archibald Stirling.
              -----, General Register of Sasines Index, Vol. 9, 1691-1700, (#0216976) - Walter Dog Portioner of
              Murdistoune.
              -----, General Register of Sasines Index, No. 3, 1701-1720, (Edinburgh: His Majesty's Stationary Office,
              1917), 237, 257 (#0874420) - David Dog of Ballingrew, Paull Dog of Ballingrew, Margaret Drummond,
              John Drummond of Deanstoune, Elizabeth Dog.
              -----, Hall of Names, (1989), computer print-out - Alexander Dog.
              -----, Index to the Inventories of the Personnel Estates of Defuncts, Recorded in the Commissary Court
              Books of Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth, Clackmannan, Kinross, and Stirling, from 1846 to 1867, Inclusive,
              (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1868), 184 (#1368216) - Andrew Doig [1846-F158]; John Doig [1866-
              H1235]
              ; James Doig [1862-H695].
              -----, Index - Register of the Great Seal 1701-1750 - Elizabeth Dog.
              -----, Index to the Register of Deeds, (Glasgow: McCorquodale, 1915) - David Dog, Paul Dog.
              -----, Index to the Register of the Privy Seal from 1499, (#0277994) - 1593, p. 139 - James Dog; 1598,
              page 257, Doig remitted for slaughter. [PS]
              -----, Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis quae in Publicis Archivis Scotiae Adhus Servantur,
              Abbreviatio, (Printed by Command of His Majesty King George III, 1811), Perth, 54 - Jacobus Dog), 673 -
              John Dog, 431, 432 - David Dog, 1101 - Paulus Dog; Inquisitiones Generales, 7922 - David Doig;
              Inquisitiones Valorum, 11 - Jacobum Dog, Jacombum Dogis, Valterum Dogis. [RET]
              -----, Kilmadock and Kincardine Old Parochial Records, (microfilm copy of original kept in New Registry
              House, Edinburgh) - David Dog, Paul Dog, Paul Dog; Marion Dog.
              -----, Old Parochial Registers of Scotland, Campsie (#0102102/4), Kilmadock (#0102737/8), Kincardine
              (#0102741), Port of Menteith (#0102796).
              -----, Owners of Lands and Heritages, 1872-3 Return, (Edinburgh: Murray & Gibb, 1874), 162 - Paul Doig.
              -----, Particular Register of Sasines, Perth, Vol. 6, 1756-1762, Minute Books, (#0217013) - Thomas
              Drummond.
              -----, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Vol. 36, (Edinburgh: Neill, 1902), 287-292 -
              James Dog ; James Dog; Walter Dog; James Dog; Paul Dog/Margrate Cunyghame; James Dog; Walter
              Dog/Elizabeth Buchanan; Paul Dog.
              -----, Record of Service to Heirs, Vol. 46, 1696-1698, (#0231292) - David Doig heir to Paul Doig of



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              Ballingrew. [SH]
              -----, Register of the Secret Seal, (IV, 1779) - Dionisius Dog, James Dog, Alexander Dog, Archibald Dog.


              [RSS]
              -----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1832, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1832) - John Doig, Paul Doig.
              -----, Register of Voters of the County of Perth, 1837, (Edinburgh: Burness, 1837) - John Doig, Robert
              Doig.
              -----, Retours (#0231904) - George Muscheat.
              -----, Scottish Vital Records, Deaths, (Edinburgh: Registry House), microfilms of original documents -
              Agnes (Anderson) Doig, John Doig), Paul Doig), David Doig.
              -----, Stewartry of Menteith Court Book - Paul Dog, James Dog. [MCB]
              -----, Testaments, pre 1801, of the Dunblane Commissariat in Kilmadock, (Originally in Stirling Archives,
              moved to Edinburgh, Scottish Records House) - James Dog; David Dog of Ballingrew; Paul Dog of
              Ballingrew, Andrew Doig [Ref. CC6/5/30].

              Addison, W. Innes, The Matriculation Albums of the University of Glasgow from 1728 to 1858, (Glasgow:
              Maclehose, 1913), 55 - Jacobus Doig.
              Black, George F., The Surnames of Scotland, (New York: New York Public Library, 1946), 212-3 -
              Alexander Dog; James Dog; James Dog; John Dog; James Dog; Alexander Dog; James Dog; James Dog.
              [RMS cited]
              Burnett, George, The Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, (Edinburgh: General Register House, 1885) - Walter
              Dog; Walter Dog; Patrick Dog; John Dog; John Dog; Alexander Dog; James Dog; Walter Dog; Paul Dog.
              [ER]
              Burton, John Hill, ed., The Registry of the Privy Council of Scotland, Vol. I, 1545-1569, (Edinburgh:
              General Registry House, 1877), and subsequent volumes - James Dog. [PS]
              Cameron, Annie I., The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, 1418-1488, (Edinburgh: Milford, 1934),
              160-1, 178, 180, 190, 286, 306 - Thomas Dog. [ACSB]
              Christison, D., The Carvings and Inscriptions of the Churchyard Monuments for the Scottish Lowlands,
              (Edinburgh: Neill, 1902), 15-31 - James Dog (B002); James Dog; Walter Dog; James Dog; Paul Dog/
              Margrate Cunyghame; James Dog; Walter Dog/Elizabeth Buchanan; Paul Dog.
              Clark, James Toshach, ed., Genealogical Collections Concerning Families in Scotland, Made by Walter
              Macfarland 1750-1751, Vol. I, (Edinburgh: University Press, 1900), 258 - Walter Dog.
              Dickson, Thomas, ed., Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, (Edinburgh: General Registry
              House, 1877) - James Dog. [AT]
              Drummond, William, The Genealogy of the Most Noble and Ancient House of Drummond, (Edinburgh:
              Balfour, 1831), 121 - Elisabeth Dog; 128 - Paul Dog.
              Dunlop, Annie I., ed., Act Facultatis Artium Universitatis Sanctiandree 1413-1588, (Edinburgh: Oliver &
              Boyd, 1964), 135 & note - Thomas Dog. [FSA]
              Emden, A.B., A Biographical Registry of the University of Oxford to A.D. 1500, (Oxford: Claredon, 1957),
              582 - Thomas Doge. [UO]
              Fergusson, R. Menzies, Logie: A Parish History, (Paisley: Gardner, 1905), Vol. I, 99-100 - David Dog.
              Fleming, David Hay, ed., The Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland 1529-1542, (Edinburgh: General
              Registry House, 1921), and subsequent volumes - James Dog, James Dog, John Dog, James Dog. [PS]
              Fraser, William, Red Book of Menteith, (Edinburgh: 1880), Vol. II, 389, 391 - James Dog; 391-2 - Walter
              Dog; 403-4 - Paul Dog. [RBM]
              Grant, Francis J., Commissariat of Edinburgh Register of Testaments, (Edinburgh: Skinner, 1897), 77 -
              James Dog of Gartincaber, Andro Dog, Tutor of Gartincaber.
              Grant, Francis J., Index to Genealogies, Birthbriefs and Funeral Escutcheons, (Edinburgh: Skinner, 1908),
              14 - David Doog of Ballingrew. [FE]
              Hannay, Robert Kerr, ed., Acts of the Lords of Council in Public Affairs 1501-1554, (Edinburgh: General
              Registry House, 1832), 601 - James Dog.
              Hutchison, A. F., The Lake of Menteith, (Stirling: MacKay, 1899), 149-52 - Sir Thomas Dog. [LM]
              Kirk, James, ed., Stirling Presbyterian Records 1581-1587, (Edinburgh: Constable, 1981), 214 -
              Alexander
              Dog. [Kirk]
              Macdougall, Norman, Church, Politics and Society: Scotland 1408-1929, (Edinburgh: John Donald, 1983),
              52 - James Dog.




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               Mackay, Morey S., Doune Historical Notes, (Stirling: The University, 1984), 48 - Thomas Dog, James Dog,
               Walter Dog, Dionisius Dog, James Dog, Walter Dog, James Dog, Paul Dog.
               Mackay, Morey S., "Kilmadock in Dunblane Diocese," (Dunblane: The Society of Friends of Dunblane
               Cathedral, Vol. XI, Part III, 1972), 85 - Sir Thomas Dog.
               Marchioness of Tuillibardine, A Military History of Perthshire, Vol. I, (Perth: Hay, 1908), 118 - Paul Dog.
               [MHP]
               Mitchell, John Fowler & Sheila, Monumental Inscriptions (pre-1855) in South Perthshire, (Scottish
               Genealogy Society, 1974),273-4 - James Dog; Paul Dog/Margrate Cunyghame; James Dog; Walter Dog/
               Elizabeth Buchanan, John Dewer.
               Paul, Sir James Balfour, ed., The Scots Peerage, (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1909), 319 - Paul Dog.
               Rogers, Rev. Charles, Rental Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar-Angus, (Edinburgh: M'Farlane &
               Erskine, 1879), Vol. I, xxxiii, 161, 221, 309 - Patrick Dog (B004); Vol. I, 213, 219 - Walter Dog. [RB]
               Slocum, Charles Elihu, A Short History of the Slocums, Slocumbs, and Slocombs of America, Vol. I,
               (Syracuse, NY: The Author, 1882), 375 - Margaret (Doig) Lewis.
               Smith, John Guthrie, The Parish of Strathblane, (Glasgow: Maclehose, 1886), 61 - Paull Dog. [Smith]
               Stewart, James, Settlements of Western Perthshire-Land and Society North of the Highland Line 1480-
               1851, (Edinburgh: Pentland, 1990) - Walter Stewart.
               Stirling, Albert Mack, The Stirlings of Kippendavie and Kippenross, Dunblane, Perthshire, (New York:
               Grafton Press, 1909), 129-133 - Christian Dog.
               Stevenson, J.H., ed., The Scottish Antiquary or, Northern Notes and Queries, (Edinburgh: Johnston,
               1897),
               109 - Walter Doig.




 65538. Alexander Nory .


 65568. Alexander de Cunynghame died on 11 Jun 1488 in Battle of Sauchieburn, near Stirling,
              Scotland. He married Margaret Hepburn.

               Alexander was created Lord Kilmaurs in about 1450. In 1460 he petitioned the Pope with regard to his
               right to present to the parish of Glencairn (in west Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire). He was created a Lord of
               Parliament as     Lord Kilmaurs in 1463/64. He was a strong supporter of James III against the rebel
               nobles headed by Prince      James, and was created Earl of Glencairn on 28 May 1488. He also got a
               grant
               of land for himself and his heirs.   The king was defeated at the Battle of Sauchieburn shortly after and
               the earl was killed alongside the king. His   earldom was revoked by the new King James IV's
               parliament,
               but was later recovered by his successors.




 65569. Margaret Hepburn died in Jun 1542 in Scotland.


 65570. Sir Walter Stewart of Arthurlie .Walter married Janet Cameron.


 65571. Janet Cameron .


 65576. William Livingston of Kilsyth .William married Margaret Graham.




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 65577. Margaret Graham .


 65578. Nn Bruce Laird of Airth .




                                            Eighteenth Generation


131072.Walter Doig was born about 1365 in Of Kilmadock, Perth, Scotland.


 131136. Sir Robert de Cunynghame died in 1447/1451. He married Anne Montgomerie in 1425.

              Robert was one of the jury that tried and convicted Murdoch, Duke of Albany during the reign of King
              James I   for Albany's failure to secure the young king's release from English imprisonment.




 131137. Anne Montgomerie .


 131138. Adam Hepburn Master of Hailes .Adam married Helen Home.


 131139. Helen Home .


 131152. William Livingston of Kilsyth .William married Mary Erskine.


 131153. Mary Erskine .




                                            Nineteenth Generation


 262272. Sir William de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs died after 1404 in Scotland. He married
              Margaret de Danyelston or Dennieston.

              William resigned his estates in 1400 for a new infeftment from King Robert III. He was granted or
              regranted the     lands and baronies of Kilmaurs, Lambrachton, Kilbryde, Skelmorlie, and Polquharne,
              Ayrshire; the lands and    barony of Redhall, co. Edinburgh; the lands of Nevy, Forfarshire; the barony of
              Hassingden, Roxburghshire; and      the lands of Ranfurley, in barony of Renfrew.

              The baronies of Glencairn and Fynlayston also came into the Cuninghame family in this generation, as



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              they were inherited by Margaret de Danyelston as elder co-heir of her father.




 262273. Margaret de Danyelston or Dennieston .


 262274. Sir John Montgomerie of Androssan .John married Agnes MacDONALD ? of the Isles.


 262275. Agnes MacDONALD ? of the Isles .


 262304. Edward Livingston of Kilsyth .


 262306. Lord Thomas Erskine 2nd of Erskine, Earl of Mar died about 1493. He married Janet
              Douglas.


 262307. Janet Douglas died after 1489.




                                            Twentieth Generation


 524544. Sir William de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs, Earl of Carrick died in Dec 1396/1399. He
              married Eleanor Bruce.

              William was Hugh's successor and was probably his son. He was created Earl of Carrick in 1361 by King
              David II Bruce, probably by virtue of marrying Lady Eleanor Bruce, cousin to the King. She ought not to
              have received the title as it was restricted to the male-line heirs of Edward Bruce, but exception was
              made
              for her. This title reverted to the Crown on the death of Lady Eleanor, in William's own lifetime. Some
              sources doubt the existence of Eleanor but do not explain how William could otherwise become earl.

              Burke notes: "The charter in his favour is on record, and singularly incomplete, as if there had been a
              doubt as to the propriety of the grant:- 'David, D.G. Rex Scottorum, sciatus nos dedisse concessisse et
              hac presenti-carta confirmasse dilicto consanguineo nostro Willielmo de Cuninghame militi totum
              comitatum de Carryk.' ". The charter is not dated but was probably written at Aberdeen on 12 September
              1361.

              William married second Margaret before 18 Apr 1369.




 524545. Eleanor Bruce died on 22 Jun 1368.
 524546. Sir Robert de Danyelston or Dennieston .




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 524608. Sir William Livingston of Kilsyth died in 1459. He married Elizabeth de Caldicotis.


 524609. Elizabeth de Caldicotis .


 524612. Lord Robert Erskine 1st of Erskine, Earl of Mar died in 1451/1452. He married
              Elizabeth Lindsay.


 524613. Elizabeth Lindsay .




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