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Scrymgeour, Sir James, of Dudhopelocked

(c. 1550–1612)
  • Michael Wasser

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Scrymgeour, Sir James, of Dudhope (c. 1550–1612), administrator, was the eldest son of John Scrymgeour of Dudhope (d. 1568) and his wife, a member of the family of Campbell of Auchinbreck. On his father's death in November 1568 Scrymgeour succeeded to the hereditary offices of constable of nearby ...

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