Name: Jean Cunningham
Death: ABT 1674
Note: Will date
Change Date: 18 FEB 2013
Had an uncle Sir John Cunningham, who received a sizable land grant at Newton Cunningham. In Donegal. [seems to be a bit of speculation here?]
NEWTOWN CUNNINGHAM: Patent dated 13 May 1629 to Sir John Cunningham for a MONDAY market ...
1674: JEANE GALBRAITH alias Cunningham of Dowish, Raghmeghie, Raphoe Barony, Co. Donegal, widow of LT. COL. ROBERT GALBRAITH, the 1/2 of my husband's arrears never paid me by my son JAMES who is now dead. My two daughters Rebecca, wife of Andrew Knox Esq. of Rathmullen and Anne, widow of Capt. James Stewart, now deceased.
Grand-children Archibald Stewart and William and Rebecca Stewart, children of said Anne and James Robert Knox, second son of said Andrew Knox 100 pounds due me by Margaret Hamilton of Caledon Co. Tyrone, widow and executrix of William Hamilton 15 pounds due me by Hugh Hamilton, gentleman of Benbarb Leases of land in Taghboyne and Raymeghy parish to grandson Archibald Stewart . 10 pounds due by Alexander M'Clyntoke of Trintegh in Taughboyne parish.
Executors: William Stewart, Michael Sampson, Robert Boyle Overseer: Andrew Knox Chancer? Bill dated 21 Jan. 1679, no answer: James Calhoune Esq., second son of Sir ...
(The RedTower, Volumes 12-16 Clan Galbraith Association of the U.S., 1990.)
- Anne Galbraith
- Text: The 1718 Galbraiths
The Red Tower, Clan Galbraith Association, Vol. XXX. No 4, ISSN 1059-426 August 2009