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date: 24 February 2020

Callander, Johnlocked

(b. in or after 1721, d. 1789)
  • T. F. Henderson
  • , revised by Alexander Du Toit

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Callander, John (b. in or after 1721, d. 1789), antiquary, was the son of James Callander (d. 1725), advocate, of Craigforth, Stirlingshire, and Catherine Mackenzie, who married on 21 September 1721. His father was descended from James VI's master smith in Scotland...

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