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date: 18 September 2020

Dundas family of Fingask and Kerselocked

(per. 1728/9–1820)
  • R. P. Fereday

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Dundas family of Fingask and Kerse (per. 1728/9–1820), landowners and politicians, came to prominence with Thomas [i] Dundas of Fingask (1681?–1762), woollen-draper, the son of John Dundas (b. before 1670, d. 1724) and grandson of Sir John Dundas of ...

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