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Wishart, Sir John, of Pittarowlocked

(d. 1585)
  • Sharon Adams

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Wishart, Sir John, of Pittarow (d. 1585), landowner and religious activist, was the eldest son of James Wishart of Cairnbeg and succeeded his uncle, John Wishart, in the lands and barony of Pittarow, Kincardineshire, about 1525. In the mid-1530s he belonged to the connection of ...

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