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  • ID: I127386
  • _UID: 747E964D1F10446FADCA259C75FBBA657EE8
  • Name: Catherine MONTGOMERIE
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: ABT 1505
  • Note:

    !George Montgomerie of Skelmorlie was under age when he succeeded his father. His wardship was assigned by the crown to Lady Catherine Montgomerie, eighth and youngest daughter of Hugh, first Earl of Eglintoun. This lady afterwards became his wife. In 1535, his name occurs as one of the assize on the trial of Patrick and Adam Colquhoun, brother of the Laird of Luss, for being concerned in the slaughter of William Stirling of Glorat. In Balfour's Annals it is stated that in 1545, the French king sent "5000 soldiers, under the command of George Montgomerey fo largges," which must have been this laird of Skelmorlie, who lived till 1561. By his lady he left two sons: James Patterson, History of the County of Ayr, Vol 2, 1852, p. 310.
  • Change Date: 17 JUL 2010



    Father: Hugh MONTGOMERIE b: ABT 1459 in Eglinton Castle, Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland
    Mother: Helen CAMPBELL b: ABT 1465 in Lochow, Argyllshire, Scotland

    Marriage 1 George MONTGOMERIE b: ABT 1505 in Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, Scotland
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has No Children Thomas MONTGOMERIE b: ABT 1525
    2. Has Children Robert MONTGOMERIE b: ABT 1527 in Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, Scotland
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