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Title: The grange of St. Giles, the Bass : therefore the other baronial domiciles associated with Dick-Lauder family
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Writers: Smith, Jane Stewart
Subjects: Dick family Lauder family St. Giles Grange (Scotland)
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for writer by T. and A. Constable
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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environment. Up ! quit thy bovver, later wears tlie hour, Long possess rooks cawd round the tower. Joanna Baii.lie. S we’ve seen the ending associated with direct male lineJohn Dick of Braid and Wil- __ liam Dick of Grange, theeldest and 3rd sons of ^f Sir William Dick,Knight, of Braid, it is necessaryin order to accomplish the family circle,to add several factual statements about the otherthree sons—Andrew, Alexander, andLewis—the two elder of whom obtainedlands in fee from their parent prior tohis reverse of fortune. Being so closelyconnected with Sanct-Geilie-Grange,the thread of their resides has actually in a greatmeasure already been interwoven with theevents currently taped; for they,with another family,assuredly shared its hospitality in thedays of Janet MMath. We already had event tomention the next boy, Andrew Dick,with reference to the petition sent toParliament for his nephew, the youngheir, William of Braid, also in connectionwith the burial-ground in Greyfriars Church-
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ANCIKNT PILLAR FROM ENTRANCE-GATF, t Roentgen AIGHOLSE. SIR ANDREW DICK OF CRAIGHOUSE 93 j-ard ; ^ but from everything we have thus gathered, he will not seem to havebeen whatsoever like his daddy, the worthy Provost. On the other hand, there isa metallic ring in their grasping, money-loving nature, which can be completelyat variance with all the large-heartedness associated with the cocks. Nevertheless he appears to havebeen a person of note in his day, reaping honours and place, much more perhaps onaccount of their fathers virtues than his very own. He had been bred into the legislation, andbecame an advocate within the Court of Session; and achieving married their cousinChristina, only girl and heiress of Henry Morrison, a wealthy merchant-burgess of Edinburgh, together with her he received a sizable accession to their property, 4000 merks of yearly rent in houses in Edinburgh, and 59,000 merks in cash.however their marriage ended up being of short duration, and their just child William diedvery young. Upon the death of their spouse Christina, Mr. Andrew Dick had been leftwith one little daughte
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