Colin   Dunlop
1706-1777 of Carmyle. Virginia merchant. 6th son of the 16 children of James Dunlop of Garnkirk and his 1st wife . Probably the Colin Dunlop that was Provost of Glasgow 1770-1772.
  William   Stirling
1717-1777 Founded 'William Stirling & Sons' fought at Culloden Burgess of Glasgow (admitted 14 Feb 1745) IGI also lists a dau Marian c. 26 Jun 1750
  George   Bogle
1732-1808 5th child of Robert Baile Bogle of Shettleston (b. 1691) and his 2nd wife Agnes, daughter of Sir Archibald Stewart of Blackhall, Bart.
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
  Martha   Bogle
1719-1768 dau. of John Bogle of Hamilton Farm (ca.1679-1752) and Janet Miller (daughter of Matthew Miller of Glenlee, Kirkcudbrightshire) or possisbly grand-daughter of Janet?
Mary   Buchanan
Isabella   Luke        

Thomas   Donald
b. 1745
d. 1798 of Geilston
m. Janet   Dunlop
b. 28 APR 1743
John   Stirling
b. 2 OCT 1752
d. 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.
m. Janet   Bogle
b. 1755
d. 1822 1st child
  m.     m.  
Colin Dunlop   Donald
b. 7 MAR 1777
d. 18 SEP 1859 Glasgow Ăson of Thomas Donald of Geilston (a Virginia Merchant or Tobacco Lord) and Janet, daughter of Provost Colin Dunlop, of Carmyle. Commissary clerk of Glasgow (1817-1824) and Lanarkshire (1824-1858)
m. Marion   Stirling
b. 5 JAN 1785 Glasgow
d. ABT 1825
wife &

Thomas 1813-1887
John Stirling 1814-1900 emigrated to Australia before 1850, returned to Britain and settled in Cheltenham before 1857. In 1863 J. Stirling Donald of Cheltenham donated to Eastbourne a lifeboat, the 'Mary Stirling'. When hi
James 1816-
Janet 1818-
Martha Matilda 1820-
Marianne 1822- 1841 census at St. Enochs Sq., Glasgow unmarried in 1878
Mary 1823-1886 sometime residing at Glasgow, afterwards at Marion Lodge, Helensburgh. unmarried in 1878
William 1824-1877 Like his elder brother, William apparently emigrated to Australia before 1854, returned to Britain with his family and settled in Cheltenham before 1861. In 1871 William was a stockholder in Victoria,
Ann Grahame 1825- 1841 census at St. Enochs Sq., Glasgow
Colin Dunlop Donald
b. 5 SEP 1815 Glasgow Glasgow
d. 16 DEC 1886 Glasgow Glasgow
(Under?)writer and commissary clerk 200 Bath St. Partner in M'Grigor, Donald & Co. Lived at Fullarton House, Lanarkshire.
G4, ID=7289
Helen Bogle Hamilton
b. 6 AUG 1818 Glasgow Glasgow
d. BEF 1881
dau. of Archibald Hamiton of Woodside (18/7/1784-1860) and Margaret Bogle (1/9/1788-) (head of the Bogle family of Shettleston). 1841: with father and sister Matilda at 320 St. Vincent St., Barony 1861: with husband and 4 children at at 10 Woodlands Terrace, Glasgow 1871: with husband and 2 daughters at 5 Woodside Crescent, Glasgow 1881: husband described as 'widow' with son & 2 dau.s at 200 Bath St., Barony.
G4, ID=7296
Colin G. D.
b. ABT 1855 Glasgow Glasgow
Matilda Margaret
b. 14 JUN 1856 Anderston, Glasgow Anderston, Glasgow
Archibald Hamilton
b. 17 APR 1858 Anderston, Glasgow writer of M'Grigor, Donald and Co., 172 St. Vincent St., 1891: lived at 8 Blythswood Sq., Glasgow
Ada St. Clair Ford
b. 1868 dau. of St. Clair St. Clair Ford, Capt., Bombay S.C. (6jan1830-31jan1896) of White House, Old Bath Rd., Cheltenham, and Eliza Jane, daughter of Thomas Smalley Potter of East Court, Gloucesters
Helen Mary
b. 28 SEP 1859 Anderston, Glasgow Anderston, Glasgow

    Eva St. Clair 1894-
Helen Hamilton 1897-
Colin George 8 MAY 1899-8 AUG 1918 educ. Cheltenham College and Sandhurst, served with 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders
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