The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that Kingdom. ... By George Crawfurd, Esq;.
Crawford, George, fl. 1710.
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GALLOWAY, Lord Dunkeld.

THE Ancestor of this Family was Mr. Patrick Galloway, first Minister of the Gospel in the Burgh of Peartha, whence he was translat|ed to the City of Edinburgh, where he exercised his Function till the 1624, he departed this Life, leaving Issue by Mary his Wife, Daughter of Mr. James Lawson, one of the Mini|sters of the City of Edinburgh, a Son

Sir James Galloway of Carnby, who was Master of Requests both to King James VI. and King Charles I.b and conjunct Secretary of State with William Earl of Stirling, Anno 1640, when the Troubles broke out in that Reign, he approved himself a most faithful Servant to his Majesty in the Times of his greatest Exigency, in Testimony whereof he was by Letters Patent, bearing Date the 15th May 1645, created Lord Dunkeldc. He married . . . . . Daughter of Sir Robert Norter, Knight, by whom he had

Thomas Lord Dunkeld, his Son and Heir, who marrying Margaret Daugh|ter of Sir Thomas Thomson of Dudding|stoun, by Jean Daughter of Sir James Scrimgeor of Duddop, had Issue

1. James, late Lord Dunkeld.

2. Andrew Galloway Esq

3. John Galloway Esq

Catherine, married to Thomas Forbes of Watertoun, in Aberdeen shire.

Margaret, to James Ratry of Craig|hall, in Vicecomitatu de Pearth.

Mary, to the Reverend Mr. John Falconer, a Divine.

Which James Lord Dunkeld, being Abroad in the Army, at the Revo|lution freely resorted to the Service of King James VII, and had a Com|mand in the Battle of Killiecrankie, for which he was Forfeited, and re|tiring to the Court of St. Germans, he dyed not long ago.

ARMS.

Argent, a Lyon rampant Azure, the Supporters two Eagles Sable, Crest, a Mound bespread with the Rayes of the Sun, embraced betwixt two Corn-Ears, Saltyre ways, Or, Motto, Higher.