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In he entertained King James IV at Innes. Sir James INNES, 12th of that Ilk and Lady Janet GORDON were married about Lady Janet GORDON (daughter of Alexander GORDON, 1st Earl of Huntly) died before She is reference number Sir James INNES, 12th of that Ilk and Lady Janet GORDON had the following children: INNES.
The 11th lord, Sir Robert Innes, fought at the battle of Brechin in His eldest son, Sir James, was armor bearer and chief esquire to James III and entertained James IV at the Castle of Innes in William, the 15th Chief, served on the Reformation Parliament of appoints, as their tutors and curators, his spouse Elizabeth Grant, John Innes of Muiryfold, James Grant of Carron, Alexander Innes of Breda, and James Innes, Maisley (his brothers.) Inhis eldest daughter Jean, married James Milne, merchant in Portsoy.
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James Innes Entry in the By J. Prats, Febru 2. James Innes Marker. book Biographical History of North Carolina edited by Samuel A. Ashe et al. In his will Colonel Innes gave his plantation, Point Pleasant, a considerable personal estate, his library and £ sterling “for the use of a free school for the benefit of.
James Innes and His Brothers of the FHC by Jane Carson, Call Number: Archives F W7 C Manuscript copy of. In Token of Friendship by Robert W. Storm, Jr., Call Number: Archives LJ 41 C63 s8. Storm, class ofwas one of the key figures behind the revival of the F.H.C.
in and was president of the organization in Innes represented Williamsburg and James City County in the state legislature from to and succeeded Edmund Randolph as attorney general of Virginia in He supported the federal Constitution in Virginia’s ratifying convention inand GW supposedly offered him the position of U.S.
attorney general inwhich he is said. This item appears in the following Collection(s) Special Collections Research Center Material part of the collection of the Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library.
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James (9th Earl of Roxburghe 6th Baronet James Innes-Norcliffe) Innes-Ker (Innes) was born on month dayat birth place, to Henry Innes and Anne Drummonda Lady Innes. Buy James Innes and his brothers of the F.H.C by Jane Carson, James Innes (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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James Neil InnesPort HuronJames Neil Innes, 91 of Port Huron, formerly of Deckerville, passed away September 8, James was born on Novem in Bridgehampton Twp., Michigan to James and G. James Innes, 59, and his son Andrew Innes, 30, died on Sunday when their Hughes D crashed minutes after taking off from the Carbon County Airport in.
[He married at Forres 15 Aug.,Jean, daughter of Colin, Bishop of d Innes is said to have been the son of John Innes of Culdrain, and brother of Sir Alexander Innes, the 2nd Baronet of had 3 sons and 2 owned the lands of Inchstellie, in Alves, and died the 27 March, There is a monument to his memory.
His eldest son was James, who succeeded him, the other two were Alexanders, one whereof was full brother to James, as is evident by ane infeftment given upon the 17 of Mayby the said James of Rathmakenie to Alexander Innes his brother-german, upon merks of annnal-rent, 10 inerks land, or 20 bolls victuall, &c.
George Earle of. George, the third Innes brother, was the head of the Scottish Order of Trinitarian Friars. Sir Robert, 11th Laird, fought at the Battle of Brechin in and founded the Greyfriars of Elgin. James, his eldest son, was appointed Armour Bearer to James IV.
The Innes surname is Gaelic in origin. One source is Scottish – from the Gaelic word inis, meaning “island” or “a piece of land between two river” – which gave rise to the barony of Innes in Moray in NE could also derive from the Gaelic personal name Aonghus, in modern form Angus.
Aonghus was an 8th century king of Scotland who gave his name to the county of Angus. In Palmer sold out to Innes and John Campbell McLagan, who added a daily edition. After McLagan dissolved the partnership inInnes operated the journal as sole publisher untilwhen John A.
Davidson, his brother-in-law and office manager, became his partner. In Innes had amalgamated the Mercury with the Guelph Advertiser. REVIEWS OF BOOKS the light fantastic." The last of Miss Carson's volumes, James Innes and His Brothers of the F. describes an early fraternity at the College of William and Mary and the lifelong friendship of its members.
A sum-mary chapter of this volume has appeared earlier in. Thomas Innes was repeatedly solicited to join with them in this appeal, but in vain, as appears from the positive assertion of his brother, the Reverend Mr.
Lewis Innes, a man of undoubted veracity, in his letter to Abbé Galland, Vicar-General of the Bishop of Apt, dated from Paris, third January, The.
Innes also provided in his will for the purchase of a bell for the parish church of Canisby in Caithness and left a bequest of £ to be invested for the use of the poor of the same parish.
Innes had no children by his wife Jean, whose surname is unknown. It is likely that she, too, was a native of Caithness. Early life. Innes was born in Danbury in Essex. His Scottish father was a warrant officer in the British Army, and Innes spent his childhood in West Germany where his father was deployed with the British Army of the took piano lessons from age 7 to 14 and taught himself to play guitar.
His parents were supportive of their children's artistic leanings, and his father also drew and painted.Innes probably compiled ‘The Life of James II, King of England, &c., collected out of Memoirs writ of his own hand,’ 2 vols., London,4to, edited by James Stanier Clarke [q.
v.], who attributed the authorship to the younger brother, Thomas Innes. Known to his friends and family as Scotty, he was born on Febru to Elspet and James Innes of Aberdeenshire, Scotland and raised in the Bronx, New York.