Elizabeth Patoun (Lady Hope)
- after 1756 - 1818
- John Patoun of Inveresk
- Jean Douglas daughter of George Douglas of Friarshaw.
Married at Edinburgh, 1756.
- 9 Heriot Row
- Pinkie The older family seat of Craighall
was by this time in ruins: 'The situation is beautifully romantic, and the
extent of the ruins indicate its former magnificence.' (5)
- Religious views
- Her sons' tutor was Reverend James Walker, Bishop
Daniel Sandford's Dean and subsequently
professor of theology, a staunch promoter of Scottish Episcopalianism in
- Chapel connection
- 1818 (funeral)
- Archibald Hope, Baronet 1735-1794, who first
married Elizabeth Macdowell (d.1778) daughter of William Macdowall of Castle
Sempill. He suceeded his grandfather Sir Thomas Hope, who laid out the Meadows,
'Hope Park', to the south of Edinburgh.
- Step-children Thomas (heir, d.1801), Catherine (m.
Grahame), Elizabeth; her children John (1781-1853 who succeeded Thomas, MP for
Edinburgh), Hugh, William, Magdalen
- Related to
- Her husband was a third cousin of John Pringle and Margaret Hope; and Elizabeth and Isabella MacDowall were the neices of her
husband's first wife.
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1818
- Complete Baronetage, ed G.E.C (William Pollard, Exeter, 1904) vol.2 p.344
- Inventory and Will, National Archives of Scotland
- Sir John Sinclair (ed), The Statistical Account of Scotland
1791-1799 vol.10 p.147
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