Grizzel Stewart (Marjoribanks)
- Archibald Stewart of Allanbank, Provost of Edinburgh in
1745, who was tried for high treason for admitting the Pretender, but acquitted.
David Hume wrote a pamphlet in his defence (3)
- Chapel connection
- 1818 (funeral)
- before 1763
- Edward Marjoribanks of Lees, for many years a wine merchant
in Bordeaux before he succeeded to Lees in 1770.
- John (Lord Provost of Edinburgh, created a baronet in
1814, and a member of the committee which built St John's), Campbell, Stewart,
Edward, James, Matilda.
- Related to
- Agnes and Janet Marjoribanks, grand-daughters by her son
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1818
- Bernard Burke, Peerage and Baronetage, 1851 p.658
- David Hume, A true account of the behaviour and conduct of Archibald Stewart (London, M. Cooper, 1748) Online accessed 4 Jan 2012
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