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Gillies, Adam, Lord Gillieslocked

(1760–1842)
  • J. A. Hamilton
  • , revised by Eric Metcalfe

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Gillies, Adam, Lord Gillies (1760–1842), judge, was born in Brechin, the youngest son of Robert Gillies of Little Keithock, Forfarshire, and his wife, Margaret, née Smith, daughter of a merchant. He was brother to John Gillies, the historian. Adam Gillies was educated for the law and was admitted an advocate on 14 July 1787. On 20 March 1806 he became sheriff-depute of ...

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