See Dundas family of Fingask and Kerse
M. D. Eddy
Johnstone, James Hope-, third earl of Hopetoun and de jure fifth earl of Annandale and Hartfell (1741–1816), landowner and army officer, was born James Hope on 23 August 1741 at Hopetoun House, Linlithgowshire, the second son and fourth child of John Hope, second earl of Hopetoun...
McIntosh, Lachlan (1727–1806), planter and revolutionary army officer in America, was born on 5 March 1727 at Badenoch, Inverness-shire, the son of John Mohr McIntosh (c.1700–1761), and his wife, Marjorie Fraser. In 1735 Lachlan accompanied his parents and over a hundred Scots of clan ...
See Moodie, Donald
Murray, John George Stewart-, eighth duke of Atholl (1871–1942), army officer and landowner, was born on 15 December 1871 at Blair Castle, Perthshire. He was the fifth child and eldest surviving son of John James Stewart-Murray, seventh duke of Atholl (1840–1917), and his wife, ...
Pickens, Andrew (1739–1817), planter and revolutionary army officer in America, was born on 19 September 1739 in Paxton township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. The third of six children of Andrew Pickens (c.1699–1757), farmer, and Anne Davis (d. c.1762), Andrew was of Scots-Irish and French Huguenot descent. In the early 1740s the family moved to ...
Edward M. Furgol
Robertson, Donald (fl. 1636–1662), landowner and soldier, was the second son of Robert Robertson, fourteenth laird of Struan, Perthshire, and chief of clan Donnachaidh, and his wife, Agnes, daughter of MacDonald of Keppoch. When his elder brother, Alexander, died in 1636, he became tutor or guardian to his nephew ...
Maker: Thomas Gainsborough
Scott, Henry, third duke of Buccleuch and fifth duke of Queensberry (1746–1812), landowner and army officer, was born in London on 13 September 1746, the second but eldest surviving son of Francis Scott, styled earl of Dalkeith (1721–1750), and his wife, Caroline, Baroness Greenwich...