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Map of Perthshire
Balthayock, Bridgend, Craigend, Craigie, Elcho, Friarton, Gannochy, Glencarse, Inchyra, Kinfauns, Moncreiffe, Muirton, Perth, Rhynd, Tarsappie, PH2 7, PH2 8, PH2 0, PH1 5
Journal of the House of Lords Volume 26, 1741-1746
David Wemyss Esquire commonly called Lord Elcho Eldest Son and Heir ... Elcho Eldest Son and Heir Apparent of James Earl of Wemyss, James Drummond ... commonly called Lord Elcho Eldest Son and...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1639
co. Hertford Wem, Salop Wemyss, David, Lord Elcho, letter of John, Earl
Charters and Documents Relating To the City of Glasgow 1175-1649 Part 1
under lord Balfour of Burleigh at Aberdeen, another under lord Elcho at Perth, ... at once against Elcho, and marching through Glen Almond, where he was joined by 500 men, ... he was confronted by Elcho...
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 6
to her sister Susan Charteris, Lady Elcho; 85 in 1835 the manor passed to Susan's ... and by 1638 was owned by Sir Humphrey Tracy. 96 At inclosure in 1817 Lady Elcho ... Large allotments, mainly in one piece,...
Survey of London: Volumes 33 and 34, St Anne Soho
assistance from Lord Elcho he was able to conduct experiments 375 and in 1787 ... company (in which Lord Elcho took a prominent part) was formed to help
Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 1, Treasury Officials 1660-1870
Gladstone, W. E.; Hervey, Lord A.; Elcho, Lord; Fortescue, C. S. (C 66/4985). ... Elcho, Lord; Fortescue, C. S. (C 66/4988). 1855 8 March Palmerston,
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3
Elcho, his eldest son, is now the lord of the whole. The other two thirds ... Charteris Lord Elcho. 141 Francisson of Susan was created Lord Wemyss in 1821 and became Earl of Wemyss, Lord Wemyss of Elcho...
Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 1, 1547-63
burns [Elcho], nunnery (29th), 56; to Somerset, of his captures, &c. (12th