‘Innes of Drumgask, Balnacraig, and Ballogie’, Aberdeenshire, 'a family history', by the Reverend John Stirton. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
MSS.3068-3069
Level of Description
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Dates

  • 1942. (Creation)

Extents

  • 2 Volumes (Whole)

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  • Conditions Governing Access

    Normal access conditions apply.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Normal reproduction conditions apply, subject to any copyright restrictions.

  • Scope and Contents

    A typewritten work, dealing in particular with Lewis Innes, Principal of the Scots College in Paris, and his brother Thomas, the historian, and containing accounts of the Scots College, of Jacobite activities in France, and of the founding of the Roman Catholic Seminary at Scalan, Banffshire. Copies of correspondence from the Stuart Papers at Windsor are included.

  • Bibliography

    Some of the material is printed in the Reverend John Stirton’s ‘A day that is dead’ (Forfar, [1929]), and 'Relics of the family of Innes of Balnacraig and Ballogie', in ‘Proceedings of the Society ,of Antiquaries of Scotland’, volume iv (1920-1921), pages 100-107.

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