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Bulkeley [née Stuart], Lady Sophia (fl. 1660–1718), Jacobite sympathizer, was the younger daughter of Walter Stuart or Stewart (d. in or before 1657), a physician and MP for Monmouth, and his wife, Sophia (d. 1702/3), a dresser to Queen Henrietta Maria...

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Drummond [married name Keith], Mary, Countess Marischal (1675–1729), Jacobite sympathizer, was the daughter of James Drummond, fourth earl, and Jacobite first duke, of Perth (1648–1716), and his first wife, Lady Jane Douglas (d. 1678), the fourth daughter of William Douglas, first marquess of Douglas...

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Fitton, Alexander [styled Sir Alexander Fitton], Jacobite Baron Fitton (d. 1699), politician and Jacobite sympathizer, was probably born in Dublin, a younger son of William Fitton of Awrice, co. Limerick, and his wife, Eva, daughter of Sir Edward Trevor of Brynkinallt, Denbighshire; he was great-grandson of the Elizabethan adventurer ...

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Gordon, Alexander, second duke of Gordon (c. 1678–1728), Jacobite sympathizer and landowner, was the only son of George Gordon, first duke of Gordon (b. in or before 1649, d. 1716), and Lady Elizabeth Howard (d. 1732), eldest surviving daughter of the sixth duke of Norfolk...

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Herbert, William, second marquess of Powis and Jacobite second duke of Powis (1657x61–1745), Jacobite sympathizer, was the only son of William Herbert, styled first marquess of Powis and Jacobite first duke of Powis (c. 1626–1696), and Lady Elizabeth (d. 1691), younger daughter of ...

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Higgons, Thomas [Jacobite Sir Thomas Higgons] (1668/9–1733), Jacobite court official, was the second of the three sons of Sir Thomas Higgons (1623/4–1691), diplomat and MP, and his second wife, Bridget (d. 1692), daughter of Sir Bevil Granville. He was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford...

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Holker, John (1719–1786), Jacobite soldier and industrialist, was born on 14 October 1719 at Stretford, near Manchester, the son of John Holker, probably a blacksmith, and Alice, daughter of John Morris. His father died early; his mother was still alive in 1760. He was a partner with ...

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Howard [née Shireburne], Mary, duchess of Norfolk (1692–1754), Jacobite sympathizer and landowner, was born on 22 November 1692 at Bedford Row, Bloomsbury, the second daughter and third (but second surviving) child of Sir Nicholas Shireburne (1658–1717) and Catherine Charleton (d. 1728)...

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Lloyd, Sylvester (b. in or after 1680, d. 1747), Roman Catholic bishop of Waterford and Lismore and Jacobite sympathizer, was born probably in co. Tipperary, although co. Kilkenny is also claimed as his birthplace. It is probable that he was baptized as Lewis...

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Maitland, Richard, fourth earl of Lauderdale (1653–1695), Jacobite nobleman, was born on 20 June 1653, the son of Charles Maitland, third earl of Lauderdale (c. 1620–1691), and Elizabeth, younger daughter and heir of Richard Lauder of Hatton. He was known by the designation ...

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See Radcliffe, James, styled third earl of Derwentwater

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Ramkins, Alexander (supp. b. 1671/2, d. in or after 1719), supposed Jacobite author, was once thought to have written The Memoirs of Majr. Alexander Ramkins, a Highland-Officer, now in Prison at Avignon (1719; reissued, 1720), an anti-Jacobite polemic attributed to Daniel Defoe, from which the ...

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Ramsay, Andrew Michael [Jacobite Sir Andrew Ramsay, baronet] (1686–1743), philosopher and Jacobite sympathizer, was born in Ayr in 1686, probably on 29 May, the son of Andrew Ramsay (c.1660–c.1740) and his wife, Susanna. His father, a baker and burgess of the town of ...

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Sheridan, Thomas (1646–1712), government official and Jacobite pamphleteer, was born at St John's, near Trim, co. Meath, the fourth son of Denis Sheridan, Church of Ireland clergyman, and an Englishwoman named Foster. Denis came of an old Irish family, but had been raised a protestant; of ...

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Stewart, Allan [known as Allan Breck Stewart] (fl. 1745–1752), Jacobite sympathizer and accused murderer, was the son of Donald Stewart, also known as Vic Ian Vic Allister, sometime of Inverchomrie in Rannoch. He was probably born in Rannoch but was brought up not by his father but at ...

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Strickland, Sir Roger (bap. 1640, d. 1717), naval officer and Jacobite sympathizer, was baptized on 2 February 1640 at Kendal, the second son of Walter Strickland (d. 1670×77) of Nateby Hall, Garstang, Lancashire, and his wife, Anne Croft (d. 1665×80). Walter Strickland...