- 1784 - 15 June 1869
- Stitchell, Roxburghshire
- Sir James Pringle, fourth baronet of Stitchell.
- Elizabeth MacLeod, daughter of Norman MacLeod of MacLeod,
- It is likely that when in Edinburgh after his marriage and
inheritance he could stay with his mother at 25 South Castle
Street and subsequently in the Second New Town.
- Political views
- Tory. At the Roxburghshire election in 1812 he
voted (with Walter Scott and Alexander Keith) for Alexander Don, the Tory
candidate; while Thomas Tod and John Tod voted for the Whig Gilbert Elliot of Minto, who
- He spent 10 years as Captain in the 12th Light Dragoons
before succeeding as fifth Baronet on 7 April 1809.
- Chapel connection
- 1809, marriage
- 5 June 1809
- His cousin Emilia Anne
MacLeod, second daughter of his maternal uncle (his elder brother, who died
1806, married her elder sister Sarah MacLeod, who died a few months before him).
Following Emilia's death in 1830 he married in 1831 Elizabeth Maitland Campbell,
daughter of John Campbell 1st Marquess of Breadalbane.
- John Robert (d.1847), James (d.1865), Norman, Katherine (d.1846), Anne Crawfurd (d.1899), and three other daughters.
- In 1811 he was steward for the Edinburgh Races with his
cousin and brother-in-law John MacLeod of MacLeod (3)
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1818
- Caledonian Mercury, 6 August 1810
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