2 edition of Lietenant Colonel Sir Berowald Innes 16th Baronet of Balvenie 1907-1988. found in the catalog.
Lietenant Colonel Sir Berowald Innes 16th Baronet of Balvenie 1907-1988.
by Lady Innes (The Loom House, Aultgowerie,Muir of Ord,IV6 7XA in Muir of Ord)
Written in English
Hello - I know your post about Deer Park Farm is several years old, but I hope you are still checking the ancestry boards. My great-grandfather was Samuel Wharry who married Catherine Morrow in and came to the US the same year. 1st Battalion. Lieutenant-Colonel Bertram Edmund Ward 04/08/ to 21/10/ Killed in action/Died of wounds Lieutenant-Colonel Frank George Mathias Rowley 21/10/ to 30/10/ Wounded Captain Henry Percy Osborne 30/10/ to 28/11/ Replaced. Lieutenant-Colonel William Claudius Casson Ash 29/11/ to 07/02/ Replaced Lieutenant-Colonel Frank George Mathias Rowley .
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Sir Walter James Innes, 15th Baronet (–) Sir (Ronald Gordon) Berowald Innes, 16th Baronet (–) Sir Peter Alexander Berowald Innes, 17th Baronet (born ) Innes baronets, of Coxton () Sir Alexander Innes, 1st Baronet (c. by ) Sir George Innes, 2nd Baronet (died c.
December ). Sir Ronald Gordon Berowald Innes of Balvenie, 16th Bt. was born on 24 July 1 He was the son of Captain James William Guy Innes and Anna Orrok Stronach Sheila Foster Forbes. 2 He married, firstly, Elizabeth Haughton Fayle, daughter of Alfred Fayle, on 17 October 1 He married, secondly, Elizabeth Christian Watson, daughter of Lt.-Col.
Charles Henry Watson. Soldier Sailor Weaver Baronet: Lieutenant Colonel Sir Berowald Innes, O.B.E. Seaforth Highlanders 16th Baronet Of Balvenie | Christian Innes | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Taschenbuch.
Innis is the Gaelic name for an island, and within the traditional Clan Innes territory, which is situated in the Parish of Urquhart, in Morayshire, is an island formed by the two branches of a stream.
It is from this that the Innes surname originates. During the reign of Malcolm IV the lands of Innes were given to Berowald, a Flemish en: John de Innes.
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Sir Walter Innes of Balvenie, 2nd Bt. was the son of Sir Robert Innes, 5th of Invermarkie and 1st of Balvenie, 1st Bt. and Barbara Burnet. 2 He married Lilias Grant, daughter of John Grant, 5th of Freuchie and Lady Lilias Murray, on 28 April 1 He died before 10 December 1.
Citations  BP volume 2, page See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]  Sir James Balfour Paul, The Scots Peerage: founded on Wood's edition of Sir Robert Douglas's The Peerage of Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland: David Douglas, ), volume VI, page 89Hereinafter cited as The Scots Peerage.
 Clan MacFarlane and associated clans genealogy. Sir Robert Williams, 1st Bt. was born on 15 June 2 He was the son of Robert Williams and Mary Anne Cunningham. 3 He married Rosa Walker Simes, daughter of Nathaniel Simes, on 7 September 2 He died on 15 April at age 2. Date: Name: Location/rental: Other: William Banfield: Shinagh: John Baldwin: Mallowgeaton £ Lives: John and Mary Baldwin and Thomas their son aged about 2 yrs.
From Joseph Shippen’s Accompt Book of his Company in a Regiment of Foot in the Pay of the Province of Pennsylvania, under the command of Colonel William Clapham, The Regiment in Garrison at Fort Augusta, Shamokin. Capt–Joseph Shippen. Lieut–Asher Clayton. Ensign–Joseph Scott.
Sergeant–John Jones, ; dis. (dth Aug ) Edward Bailey was born in Dublin and later enlisted there. The 7th Battalion came under the command of 16th (Irish) Division, and on 20th December landed at le Havre.
Edward Bailey was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of Langemarck in Flanders. He is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial in Belgium.
Born: abt. Died: Male. Wife/Partner: Margaret WINRAM Child: Catherine INNES-- Robert INNES +. Sir Edward Dering was the first Colonel of this regiment on 8 March Under his command the regiment was probably at Dundalk inbecause we have a register of his death there on 15 October Colonel Dering's regiment was in some garrison during the 1 July battle of the Boyne 29b.
He was succeeded by colonel Samuel Venner. Son of Colonel the Hon. Horace Scott Davey, CMG (), and of Lady Anne Caroline Davey (née Cuningham). Husband of K.H. Balfour-Davey, of Westminster, London. Changed last name from Davey to Balfour-Davey by deed poll of May The Bruce invasion of Ireland began when Edward, younger brother of Robert Bruce, king of Scotland, landed in Larne, Co.
Antrim, with 6, battle-hardened troops.; The Home Rule bill was carried in the House of Commons for the third and final time. The Custom House in Dublin, headquarters of the Local Government Board, was attacked and torched by the Dublin Brigade of.
The House as a Hospital. Prior to the War, Sir Hugh, 8 th Baronet married Lady Alice (nee Thynne) and together they held literary and artistic salons in the house. During both WWI and WWII, the house became a target for German bombs as an auxiliary hospital and.
BOOK REVIEW: Per "Books Ireland" review in early yearR. Foy's book, "Remembering all the Orrs: the story of the Orr families of Antrim and their involvement in the rebellion," is a fascinating reconstruction providing a very human perspective on the rebellion. There is a trial transcript, family trees, a will, a compensation.
THE BREVET. WAR41EFICE, Nov. —Her Majesty has been pleased to appoint the undermen- tioned officers of the East India Company's Forces to take rank by Brevet in her Majesty's Army in the East Indies only, as follow.
The commissions to be dated the Ilth of Nov. Major-Generals to be Lieutenant-Generals—B. Kennett, Bombay Infantry, R. Which, Bombay Artillery, A. Andrews, C.B. Lady Innes, of Loom House, Aultgowrie, Easter Ross, is the widow of Lieutenant Colonel Sir Berowald Innes, the 16th Baronet of Balvenie, who died inaged A former commanding officer of the 7th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, he accepted.
We have a McGill family history book written in the 's that says we are from "Cork, Northern Ireland." Clearly the real city and county of Cork are in Southeast Ireland.
But I recently found at least 2 areas in Antrim that sound like Cork and have a lot of McGill/Magill families. Corkermain townland, Cairncastle civil .A history of the unit is shown in Edward M.
Furgol’s A Regimental History of the Covenanting Armies Edinburgh, ISBN 0 0 Leven's regiment eventually included two troops of Life Guards. The first was raised for service in Ulster, returning to join the regiment at the end ofthe second was raised in Scotland in December and led by Lt Col Bannatyne.(Ardmore Co.
Armagh is also in the book). Mary Hustons father was probably William, bwho together with 3 sons William, John and George went to America before Mary and Samuel. Maybe this was the reason they went.
You may be aware that many Irish records were destroyed in a fire and it is hard to get any facts. One of the objectives of my.