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Mylne, Johnlocked

(d. 1621)
  • Bertha Porter
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Mylne, John (d. 1621), mason, was the son of the mason Thomas Mylne (fl. 1561–1593), possibly identifiable with the Thomas Mylne buried in Elgin in 1605. Masons from the Mylne family were active in Dundee in the sixteenth century, supplying stone for royal works and other projects from the quarries at ...

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Royal Institute of British Architects, British Architectural Library, London
National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh
H. M. Colvin, , 3rd edn (1995)
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