James Milne
(Bef 1700-After 1757)
Elspet Milne
(Bef 1720-1780)


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Patrick Duncan

Elspet Milne

  • Born: Bef 1720
  • Marriage: Patrick Duncan on 14 Oct 1735 1
  • Died: 9 Feb 1780

  General Notes:

Ecclesiae Scoticanae Vol 6. entry for Patrick Duncan names a son John.
- "PATRICK DUNCAN, born Botriplmie .,,_,. about 1700 ; educated at King s College, Aberdeen, 1717-21 ; school master of Rhynie, 1720-5 ; licen. by Presb. of Peebles in 1728 ; app. Royal Bounty missionary at Cairney 2nd Feb. 1731 ; called 2nd Sept. 1734 and (trials being delayed by his illness) ord. 9th April 1735 ; died 25th Jan. 1760. He inarr. 14th Oct. 1735, Elspet(died 9th Feb. 1780), daugh. of James Milne of Kinstair, and had issue Elizabeth, born 16th March 1739 (marr. 5th July 1759, Robert Grant, licentiate); John, born 5th Jan. 1743 ; Jean, born 16th Nov. 1745; Thomas, born 4th Nov. 1750. [Index to Services; Shaw s Hist., iii., 392.] "


Elspet married Patrick Duncan on 14 Oct 1735.1 (Patrick Duncan was born circa 1700 in Botrophinie, Banff and died on 25 Jan 1760 2.)


1 National Archive of Scotland (http://www.nas.gov.uk/onlineCatalogue/), ReferenceTitleDate
GD36Rose of Montcoffer (Kinharrachie) Papers1559-1868
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Archives of Scotland
Reference GD36/61
Title Copy Charter of Resignation by James, Lord Forbes, in favour of James Milne of Kinstair, sometime in Bottarie, in liferent and after his decease, Elspet and Janet Milne, his daughters, equally in fee, and Patrick Duncan, minister at Longbride, husband of said Elspet Milne, and James Robertson, merchant in Portsoy, husband of said Janet Milne, for their respective interests, of towns and lands of Little Endovie and towns and lands of Kinstair with mill of Kinstair, all in parish of Alford, sheriffdom of Aberdeen
Dates 30 Mar 1757
Access status Open
Description In duplicate.
Level File.

2 Scotland's People - Document Image, www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Baptisms of Robert and Elspet 1763/4.