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Kincardineshire and the Rebellion of 1745-46....

 

On 7 May 1746 a general letter was transmitted to the various supervisors in Scotland asking them to make out a list of those who had in any way aided or abetted the Stewart Rebellion. The resulting names of those belonging to Kincardineshire are shown below. I think you will find it of great interest.

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Campbell, David In Mains of Glenfarquhar; compelled one Jas. Eddie to drink the Pretender's son as Prince of Wales holding a drawn cutlace over his head; at home.
Clark, Thomas Servant, Morphie, Logie; carried arms at Culloden Battle, returned to his father's house
Crole, David Weaver, Bonykettle, Fettercairn, carried arms during the whole Rebellion; at home.
Cargill, John Tobacconist, Stonehaven; carried arms, Mounted Guard and pressed horses to carry arms to the Rebel army; at home.
Cashie, Alexander Merchant, Stonehaven, carried arms in the Rebel Service and was active in pressing horses to carry arms; at home.
Cashie, Peter Merchant, Stonehaven, carried arms in the Rebel Service and was active in pressing horses to carry arms; at home.
Catenoch, Alexander Servant, Landends; carried arms during the whole Rebellion, at home.
Chalmers, William Sub-Tenent's son, Mains of Uris, Voluntary, carried arms with the Rebels but was moderate; lurking.
Collie, John Carrier, Stonehaven, carried arms and was active in pressing horses for behoof of the Rebels; prisoner.
Collie, William Carrier, Stonehaven, carried arms  and was active in stopping well affected People and intercepting letters, etc; at home.
Collison, James Bellman, Stonehaven, carried arms and mounted Guards for the Rebels; at home.
Cooper, Robert Jun., Sailor, Stonehaven, carried arms and went north with the Rebels; at home.
Crookshanks, Robert Johnshaven; carried arms during the Rebellion as a Volunteer in the said Rebel Army.
Deans, James A smith's son. Cowie, were all very oppressive and carried Arms in the Rebel Army, Jas. Duncan, Henswells, said to be forced out; lurking.
Deary, Andrew Subtenent, Glesla.
Deary, James Servant, Dunnottre.
Douglas, William Piper, Drumlithie; went to Stonehaven to assist a French against a British Warship that had chas'd her in there; at home.
Duncan, Alexander Merchant, Stonehaven, carried arms in the Rebel Army and was active in pressing horses for its service; at home.
Duncan, James Subtenant, Heawells.
Duncan, James Subtenant, Sketrawhead.
Duncan, James Shoemaker, Stonehaven, carried arms in the Rebel Army and was active in pressing horses for its service; at home.
Duncan, John Shoemaker, Stonehaven, carried arms in the Rebel Army and was active in pressing horses for its service; at home.
Duncan, Robert Servant, Bonnykettle, Fettercairn.
Duncan, William Farmer, Bent of Balbegnie; carried arms for the Rebels during the Rebellion; at home.
Durie, John Merchant, Stonehaven; carried arms, bought up Tartan and shoes and pressed horses for the service of the Rebels. Read teh Pretender's Manifesto publickly upon a Sabbath day, frequently mounted guard and threatened to force others to follow his example.
Dury, David Feuer, Stonehaven, carried arms, carried arms in the Rebel Army and was active in pressing horses for its service; at home.

 

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