Name: James de Tyrie
Suffix: of Drumkilbo 1
Death: ABT 1476
Change Date: 10 MAR 2011
The Tyries of Drumkilbo and Busbie appear to be descended from a Maurice de Tiri who was one of those who gave homage to King Edward I. of England in 1296. The surname of Tyrie had been adopted either at an earlier date when the family were possessors of, or residents, on the Tyrie lands in Aberdeenshire. The first to appear on record was,
1. James Tyrie, of Drumkilbo, (see below).
2. Gilbert Tyrie, appointed Vicar of Cargill and dsp prior to 22 June, 1504, when his nephew Walter Tyrie, of Lunan, acted as his executor.
James de Tyrie, of Drumkilbo, m. to Egedia, daughter and heiress of Sir Walter Stewart, of Burlie, with whom the family acquired the ½ of the lands of Lunan, in the Sheriffdom of Forfar, Pitfour, in the Sheriffdom of Aberdeen, and Forteviot, in the Sheriffdom of Perth. He d. in 1475/6 and was father of,
1. Walter Tyrie, of Lunan and Drumkilbo, (see below).
2. William Tyrie
3. David Tyrie, who with his brothers Walter and William Tyrie were served heir provisional to their kinsman John Tyrie, younger, in a tenement in Perth on 10 June, 1479.
- Walter Tyrie
- Type: Book
Periodical: Tyrie of Drumkilbo, from The Red Book of Perthshire
Author: Gordon A. MacGregor