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date: 23 January 2020

Boyd, William, fourth earl of Kilmarnocklocked

  • William C. Lowe


Boyd, William, fourth earl of Kilmarnock (1705–1746), Jacobite army officer, the son and heir of William Boyd, third earl of Kilmarnock (1683/4–1717), and his wife, Euphemia (b. 1684, d. in or before 1729), daughter of William, eleventh Lord Ross, was born on 12 May 1705 and baptized twelve days later at ...

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