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date: 18 October 2019

Nesbitt familylocked

(per. c. 1717–c. 1900)
  • Janet H. Stevenson


Nesbitt family (per.c. 1717–c. 1900), merchants and bankers, came to prominence with Albert Nesbitt (d. 1753), a son of Andrew Nesbitt (d. 1692) and his wife, Anne Lindsay. Presumably born in Ireland, he was introduced about 1717, most likely by a kinsman, to the firm of ...

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