Name: Jean Douglas
Death: 1 NOV 1767 in Craigbowie 1
Change Date: 5 OCT 2006
Or married 1705?
The original executor of the will of John Macilvean of Grimmett (d 1740) had been Sir John Kennedy of Culzean who died in 1742. He had married in 1705 Jean, daughter of Captain Andrew Douglas and together they had 20 children! Dame Jean Douglas, Lady Culzean, had to take over as executor. She had been renting the parks at Turnberry from John and in the settlement was to get four years rent free.
(Irene Anderson (of Garvald, E Lothian), on http://www.maybole.org/history/surnames/macilvean/of_carrick.htm)
Jean married in 1705 and had twenty children between 1706 and 1730 thirteen of which died young. The children that survived to adulthood were John, Thomas, David, Elizabeth, Ann, Clemontina and Isabella. Thomas and David became 9th and 10th Earls of Cassillis. Elizabeth married Sir John Cathcart of Carleton.
Father: Andrew Douglas
ABT 15 MAR 1705
- Note: Contract date 3
- Elizabeth Kennedy
- Type: Web Site
Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
- Text: Douglas - The Family and the Clan
- Type: Book
Periodical: Burkes Peerage 106th Edition