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Ogilvie, Sir George, of Barras, first baronetlocked

(fl. 1634–1679)
  • T. F. Henderson
  • , revised by Edward M. Furgol

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Ogilvie, Sir George, of Barras, first baronet (fl. 1634–1679), royalist army officer, was descended from the Ogilvies of Balnagarno, Forfarshire, and was the son of William Ogilvie of Lumgair, Kincardineshire, and Katherine, niece of Alexander Strachan of Thornton. In 1634, by a contract dated 31 January, he married ...

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