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  • ID: I62415
  • Name: Alexander Keith
  • Suffix: of Troup
  • Prefix: Hon
  • Sex: M
  • Residence: Troup, Gamrie, Banffshire
  • Note: 1 2

    Fourth and youngest son.
    Margaret?s father was brother of the Earl of Marischall. I have guessed it was this Keith of Troup.
    Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Keith of Troup, brother of the earl marischal, married [Aug 1550] George Baird of Auchmedden, who was alive in 1568.
    (The Scottish Nation. Baird, p 190.)
    Alexander Keith of Troup is not recorded by TSP but BP1934 reports that he had issue, the following connections being presumed.
    (A) Gilbert Keith of Troup. m Barbara Gordon (dau of Sir John Gordon, 3rd of Pitlurg)
    (B) Elizabeth Keith m. (mcrt 11.11.1577) John Keith (dsp) @1@ above
    (C) Barbara Keith m. (mcrt 03.03.1581) William Keith of Pittendrum (d 1590).?
  • _UID: 1D3E180DEB29409DB22CF2F063A154E56E53
  • Change Date: 29 NOV 2012

    Father: William Keith
    Mother: Margaret Keith

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      1. Has Children Margaret Keith

      1. Type: Book
        Periodical: Illustrations of the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff
        Publication: Spalding Club
        Date: 1857
      2. Type: Web Site
        Title: Stirnet Genealogy
        Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
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