Dudhope

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Dudhope Castle - History
... heir, John Scrimgeour of Kirkton, and made a grant of Dudhope Castle and the office of Constable to Charles Maitland, a younger brother of the Earl of Lauderdale ... Later, when in financial difficulty, Maitland sold Dudhope Castle in 1684 to John Graham of Claverhouse, better known to most as "Bonnie Dundee" ... It was from Dudhope Castle that he departed for Killiecrankie in 1689 the victory which resulted in his death ...
Earl Of Dundee - Constable of Dundee (1298, 1324)
... title of Constable of Dundee Castle as well as a grant of the nearby manor of Upper Dudhope. 1478) Sir James Scrimgeour of Dudhope, 8th Constable (d. 7 March 1643) (created Viscount of Dudhope in 1641) ...
Earl Of Dundee
... in 1660 for John Scrymgeour, 3rd Viscount Dudhope ... The Earl of Dundee holds the subsidiary titles Viscount of Dudhope (created 1641), Lord Scrymgeour (created 1641), Lord Inverkeithing (created 1660) and Baron Glassary (c ... The eldest son and heir of the earl uses Viscount of Dudhope as his courtesy title ...
Clan Scrymgeour - History - 17th Century & Civil War
... John Scrymgeour entertained James VI at Dudhope Castle in 1617 ... He was raised to the peerage by King Charles I as Viscount of Dudhope and Baron Scrymgeor of Inverkeithing in November 1641 ... During the Civil War the second Viscount of Dudhope was sent with the Scottish Covenanter forces to assist the Parliament of England against Charles I ...