Great
grand
parents

Gen.=+8
John   Stirling
1640-1709 Burgess of Glasgow
  John   Hunter of Forrester Saltcoats   George   Buchanan second son. Fought at Bothwell Bridge. Lived at Buchanan House, Glasgow. Baillie of Glasgow.       John   Stirling
1640-1709 Burgess of Glasgow
  William   Ruthven of Torryburn   Thomas   Willing
1679-1759 other wife Ava Lowle? Or mother is Anne Lowle b. in Tockington, Gloucestershire.
  Joseph   Shippen
1677-1741
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
Janet   Campbell
1649-1695 or d. 16/5/1691. or dau. of Charles Campbell of Ballochiel
  Mary   Maxwell   Janet   Campbell
1649-1695 or d. 16/5/1691. or dau. of Charles Campbell of Ballochiel
  Anne   Harrison
1684-1747
Abigail   Grosse
1677-1716
Grand
parents

Gen.=+7
John   Stirling
b. 8 FEB 1677
d. 26 MAY 1736 18th of Cadder Burgess & Provost (1728) of Glasgow
m. Isobella   Hunter
b. JUL 1680
d. 24 NOV 1733
Andrew   Buchanan
b. 1690
d. 1759 Second son. Bought Drumpellier in 1735 from David Colquhoun of London. Also a partner in King's Street Sugar House, and one of the six founders of the Ship Bank. Provost of Glasgow in 1740. / http://gdl.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/smihou/smihou076.htm www.esd.co.nz/buchanan/body/zzdrump.html
m. Mary (or Marion)   Montgomerie of Boutrehill or Bewtree Walter   Stirling
b. 25 JUN 1686
d. 13 OCT 1732 of Sherva, Fife (from his 2nd wife). Baillie in Glasgow.
m. Janet   Ruthven
b. 1697
d. 1721 of Torryburn, Scotland
Charles   Willing
b. 18 MAY 1710
d. 30 NOV 1754 of Philadelphia, Mayor 1748-9 & 1754 11 children in all en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Willing
m. Anne "Nancy"   Shippen
b. 5 AUG 1710
d. 1791
Parents
Gen.=+6
William   Stirling
b. 28 JUL 1717
d. 3 MAY 1777 Founded 'William Stirling & Sons' fought at Culloden Burgess of Glasgow (admitted 14 Feb 1745) IGI also lists a dau Marian c. 26 Jun 1750
m. Mary   Buchanan
b. 1730
d. 25 DEC 1806
Walter, Sir   Stirling
b. 7 MAY 1718 Sherva, Fife
d. 24 NOV 1786 Red Lion Square, London of Faskine en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Stirling
m. Dorothy   Willing
b. 3 AUG 1735 Philadelphia
d. 20 SEP 1782 Drumpellier
Husband,
wife &
siblings

Gen.=+5
John 1749-1749
Marion 1750-1800
John 1752-1811 2nd of the 3 sons who carried on William Stirling & Sons until 1816. On 3 Nov 1789 bought the house of William Cunninghame that later became the Royal Exchange (see  Sold in 1817 to Royal Bank of Scotland. > Built, for his country house, Tullichewan Castle, near Balloch. IGI also lists sons Andrew, b. 31 Jan 1787 & John b. 06 Feb 1792, and dau's Agnes Bogle, b. 03 May 1788, & Anna b. 19 Jan 1790. www.amostcuriousmurder.com/RoyalExchangeHistoryFS.htm).
Isobel 1754-1766
James 1756-1758
Elizabeth 1758-1827
James 1760-1822 of Stair. IGI lists daughters Margaret Stewart 27 Sep 1784 and Margaret 17 May 1800.
Margaret 1761-1767
Agnes 1763-1848
William 1765-1768
George 1768-1790 d. of consumption
Robert 1772- acc. to Margaret Lenfestey, not in TWS.
Andrew Stirling
b. 7 FEB 1751 or 50
d. 29 MAR 1823 Pirbright Lodge, Surrey
Owned Commission House of Cadder and Drumpellier (bought 1781). Founded: 1/10/1792, Commission House of Stirling, Hunter & Co. London, which became Andrew Stirling & Co. when Mr D. Hunter left.
G5, ID=422
m.
Anna Dorothea Stirling
b. 23 AUG 1762 St. Alban's Wood St, London
d. 13 JUN 1830 or 1 Jun? Pirbright Lodge, Surrey
G5, ID=423
Walter, Sir 1758-1832 Üin London. Deputy Lieutenant and High Sherriff of Kent. J.P. MP for Gatton, Surrey then St Ives, Cornwall. Created Baronet 15 Dec 1800
Charles, Sir 1760-1833 Court-martialled for corruption. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Stirling
Edward Thomas 1761-
Children
Gen.=+4
William
b. 18 MAR 1779 9 Harpspur Street, London
d. 9 DEC 1850 Cornbrook Bank, Lancashire, unmarried 22nd of Cadder and of Drumpellier. Worked in Manchester & established Stirling & Beckton there and Stirling Bros. & Co. in London. They went bankrupt in 1826.
Walter
b. 20 NOV 1780 Glasgow
d. 1 JAN 1864 18 Curzon Street, London, without issue 23rd of Cadder and of Drumpellier. Short Naval career, then worked in London for a time. Bankrupt 1826 but died well off.
Dorothea Willing
b. 22 APR 1782 or 20 Sep, Glasgow
d. 25 OCT 1787 Drumpellier
Mary
b. 29 DEC 1783 or Jan, Drumpellier
d. 2 MAR 1784 Drumpellier
Mary
b. 10 JUL 1785 Drumpellier
d. 22 OCT 1795 Surrey Street, London
John
b. 7 OCT 1786 Drumpellier
d. 18 DEC 1853 Manchester of Eldershaw & of Deanscourt, Cathedral Place, St Andrews

m.
Elizabeth Willing
b. 1796 Philadelphia
d. 7 SEP 1874 St Andrews
Eliza Ibbetson
b. 16 JUN 1788 St. Albanís Street, London
d. 8 JUN 1789 Royal Hospital, Greenwich
Charles
b. 30 SEP 1789 Drumpellier
d. 25 AUG 1867 Muiravonside Partner in the firm of Stirling & Beckton of Manchester until end of 1834. Bought Muiravonside in Autumn 1835.

m.
Charlotte Dorothea Stirling
b. 1800 Wickham, Hampshire
d. 25 JUN 1862 Muiravonside
James, Sir
b. 28 JAN 1791 Drumpellier
d. 23 APR 1865 Stoke, Nr Guildford Founder & 1st Governor of W. Australia

m.
Ellen Mangles
b. 4 SEP 1807 Stoke, Nr Guildford
d. 8 JUN 1874 Portland Place, London
Anna
b. 2 SEP 1792 Drumpellier
d. 8 JUN 1866 19 Rutland Street, Edinburgh

m.
James, Sir Home
b. 17 MAR 1790 Blackadder, Berwickshire
d. 12 MAR 1836 George St, Edin. 8th Baronet
Dorothea Willing
b. 28 DEC 1793 Drumpellier
d. 10 JUL 1841 Pirbright Lodge, Surrey
Andrew
b. 19 FEB 1795 or 94, Drumpellier
d. 5 JAN 1816 at sea aboard "Inconstant" off Africa
Robert Mackie
b. 18 APR 1796 or 19 Apr, Drumpellier
d. 11 APR 1829 at sea, killed by pirates en route to India Educ. Glasgow Univ. 1808.
Edward Hamilton
b. 8 MAY 1797 Drumpellier
d. 14 DEC 1873 St Heliers, Jersey
Mary Noel
b. 27 AUG 1798 Drumpellier
d. 24 JAN 1834 Henley Park, Surrey
m.
Henry William Richard Westgarth Halsey
b. 23 NOV 1801 Ash or Pirbright, Surrey
d. 7 OCT 1885 23 Elvaston Place, London of Henley Park, nr Pirbright, Surrey
Agnes
b. 8 NOV 1799 St Alban's St. London
d. 22 FEB 1873 18 Curzon St, London
Grand
children

Gen.=+3
          Jane 20 MAY 1817-18 DEC 1863
Andrew 31 JUL 1818-5 NOV 1844
Anna 1819-1901
Eliza Powel 1821-1 NOV 1838
Dorothea Willing 1823-22 JUN 1840
Thomas Mayne 30 MAY 1824-5 SEP 1893 24th of Cadder and 3rd of Muiravonside. Educ. Madras Coll., St Andrew's. At ca. 14 joined the family business in Manchester. On 1/1/1857 became co-owner with Andrew Stirling. Closed business at end of 1865 due to effect of American Civil War. Joined a bank. 1869-1870 lived
Mary 1826-23 SEP 1852
William 1831-26 SEP 1856 died either at Curragh Camp IoM or Newbridge Barrack, Ireland
Agnes Murray 1832-17 JAN 1839
John 1834-24 APR 1834
John ABT 1835-1854
Emma AFT 1836-
  Andrew 28 MAY 1829-13 APR 1909 Sold Muiravonside to his sister Anna & her husband Thomas Mayne Stirling. Businessman in India.
Charles 15 JAN 1831-2 OCT 1915 RN 1843-69.
Charlotte Dorathea 1833-25 MAR 1885 'Lottie' as a child.
William, General Sir 4 AUG 1835-11 APR 1906 Educ. Edinburgh Academy. Served in Crimean War 1854-5 & China 1860. Lieut. of the Tower of London. Terence FitzGibbon says he farmed in Suffolk. www.clanstirling.org/Main/bios/EpZlVkFFuExxFroZwt.html
Anna 3 JUN 1837-2 FEB 1926 'Annie' as a child. Bur. in cathedral grounds, St Andrews
Francis 1 APR 1839-FEB 1880 'Frank' as a child
Walter 1841-21 SEP 1853
Agnes 25 MAY 1842-30 MAR 1927 'Aggie' as a child.
Andrew Frederick 1826-AUG 1874
Frederick Henry 26 MAR 1829-1885
William FEB 1831-1831
Mary 1832-17 JUN 1906
Charles Edward 1834-8 OCT 1895
Agnes 1835-15 MAY 1853
Walter Albert 1837-1857
Ellinor 1838-9 MAY 1911
Anna Hamilton 1840-13 OCT 1899
Dorathea 1842-1910
Georgina Janet 1845-4 APR 1910
John, Sir 4 AUG 1829-26 MAR 1849 9th Baronet
George, Sir 23 SEP 1832-30 JUL 1887 10th Baronet
        Anna 28 FEB 1824-1868
Henry 3 SEP 1825-1869
Mary 3 SEP 1827-
Ellinor 10 NOV 1828-1842
Dorothea 14 FEB 1830-
William Stirling 27 JUL 1831-1922 in Cawnpore until retired in 1883
Agnes 18 FEB 1833-
 
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