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  • ID: I21179
  • Name: James Coulter
  • Given Name: James
  • Surname: Coulter
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1662 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • Death: 7 Mar 1708 in Scotland/ Ireland
  • _UID: 2869E2C91BCC4501A28E4908D9DDA03A7A40
  • Change Date: 3 Feb 2016 at 03:51
  • Note:
    James Coulter, Merchant in Glasgow, one share upon the life of Lawrence Dinwiddie, son of Robert Dinwiddie, of Jerminton."
    James Coulter merchant and late baillie aged forty.six dead Mar 7 1708
    1708-46= 1662

    Lanarkshire, Scotland: Glasgow - Burgesses and Guild Brethren, 1573-1750 This is the rol of the parish of Portpatrick above tuelve yeirs of age according to my knowleg and subt. be me Master John Calduell, minister throf this day of Oct 1684. M. J. Calduell. The Purgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, 1573-1750. 1716. County: Lanarkshire, Country: Scotland

    Coulter, John, merchant, B. and G.B., as eld. l. son to dec. James C., merchant, B. and G.B. 15 Nov 1716

    James was a Merchant and Burgess of Dumfries, Roucan and Glasgow, but we do not know what kind of a Merchant. There is reason to believe he may have been involved with the Scottish Wool Merchants. He apparently lived in a house or on a farm or estate in Roucan known as "Greenhead".

    James Coulter and his sister Mary (Coulter) Glassel were Covenanters.



    Lanarkshire, Scotland: Glasgow - Burgesses and Guild Brethren, 1573-1750 This is the rol of the parish of Portpatrick above tuelve yeirs of age according to my knowleg and subt. be me Master John Calduell, minister throf this day of Oct 1684. M. J. Calduell. The Purgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, 1573-1750. 1720. County: Lanarkshire, Country: Scotland
    Coulter, John, merchant in Newcastle, B. and G.B. gratis 24 May 1720
    Ayr, Lanark, & Stirling: - The commissariot record of Glasgow Register of testamenis, 1547-1800 Marriages: The Commissariot Record of Glasgow Register of Testaments, 1547-1800 County: Ayr, Country: Scotland
    Coulter, John, merchant, late Provost of Glasgow 16 Feb 1748 , 11 Nov 1748 , and 09 Dec 1748 , and 01 Mar 1749


    Lanarkshire, Scotland: Glasgow - Burgesses and Guild Brethren, 1573-1750 This is the rol of the parish of Portpatrick above tuelve yeirs of age according to my knowleg and subt. be me Master John Calduell, minister throf this day of Oct 1684. M. J. Calduell. The Purgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, 1573-1750.1704. County: Lanarkshire Country: Scotland

    Biggart, John, tailor, B. and G.B., as eld. l. son to Andrew B., tailor, B. and G.B., gratis, at the desire of James Coulter, one of the present bailies, conform to act of council of date 05 Sep 1704


    Midlothian: Edinburgh - Register of Marriages, 1701-1750 Volume 5. The Register of Marriages. Register of Marriages of the City of Edinburgh, 1701-1750. 1820, January.County: Midlothia Country: Scotland
    Armour, James, writer, in S. W. p.; Isabel Coulter, d. of late James C., merchant in Glasgow 14 Apr 1717 , m. 25 Apr 1717

    Lanarkshire, Scotland: Glasgow - Burgesses and Guild Brethren, 1573-1750 This is the rol of the parish of Portpatrick above tuelve yeirs of age according to my knowleg and subt. be me Master John Calduell, minister throf this day of Oct 1684. M. J. Calduell. The Purgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, 1573-1750. 1716. County: Lanarkshire Country: Scotland
    Coulter, John, merchant, B. and G.B., as eld. l. son to dec. James C., merchant, B. and G.B. 15 Nov 1716 Coulter, James, merchant, B. and G.B., as eld. l. son to John C., merchant, B. and G.B. 15 Sep 1740

    James also had a sister named Mary who married John Glassel of Roucan in about 1677. They had a son named Robert Glassel whose son John Glassel emigrated to Virginia sometime before 1776. The Glassels had a large wharf in Virginia for the docking of ships. In 1776 Robert returned to Scotland after making a fortune in Virginia and bought the "Long Niddry" estate in East Lothian. There, his daughter Joanna Glassel was born in 1796 and she married Lord John Campbell in 1820, John became the 7th Duke of Argyll. Another sister, Mareon Coulter, was married to George Irving of Roucan and their son was William Irving.

    1. JAMES COULTER was born Abt. 1670 in Roucan, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, and died 1737.
    He married ELEANOR TORBETT2 Abt. 1692J, daughter of JOHN TORBETT. She was born 1676
    in Roucan, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, and died 30 Jul 1739 in Cool Springs, Delaware.
    Notes for JAMES COULTER:

    Origins: History of the Allegheny Valley of PA, p 542: "Coulter was in Scotland in the 12th
    C and the name was taken from the Norse Kaldr, a Viking name of the 11th C. E.M. Coulter
    in his family history, says the Coulters appeared first particularly in southeast Lanarkshire,
    Scotland, where there were two villages between the Upper Clyde and Tweed rivers named
    Culter and Culterhaigh, two mountain peaks called Culter Fell and Culter Cleach Shank, and a
    stream, Culter Water, indicating that the family was prominent during very early times."

    Col. Joseph S. Coulter of Alexandria, Virginia, is a retired Army officer and professional
    genealogist who has traced a number of Coulter families. He states: "I have NEVER met a
    Coulter who is Irish. They are all Scotch or Scotch-Irish."

    James Coulter, merchant, Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, purchase, Oct 20 1697.
    He lived in a house, or on a farm or estate in Roucan known as "Greenhead" or
    "Groomshead".

    James had several brothers, one was Michael, a Merchant, Burgess and Baillie of Glasgow.
    Michael Coulter married Jonet Cumin (Janet Cumming) on Dec. 8 1694. He had a son John
    who became Provost of Glasgow. Michael is on record as importing at least one shipload of
    tobacco into Glasgow. Michael's son, Hugh, was the Captain of a ship named "The Thistle" in
    1756. Hugh sailed between Glasgow and Virginia, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

    James also had a sister named Mary who married John Glassel of Roucan about 1677. They
    had a son named Robert whose son John Glassel emigrated to Virginia sometime before 1776.
    The Glassels had a large wharf in Virginia for the docking of ships. Another sister, Mareon
    Coulter, was married to George Irving of Roucan and had1 a son William.

    James Coulter and his sister Mary (Coulter) Glassel were Covenanters. They were Scottish
    Presbyterians who entered into a "solemn league and convenant for the reformation and
    defense of religion" by signing the Scottish National Covenant of 1638.

    "ROUCAN is a village in the parish of Torthorwald; 41/2 miles south-west of Lochmaben; 3
    1/2 east-north-east of Dumfries; and 1 1/4 north of Collin, Dumfries-shire (55 degrees 45' 52"
    N 003 degrees 54' 45" W). It stands on the face of a descent overlooking Lochar-Moss, on the
    road between Dumfries and Lochmaben, and is for the most part, an irregular assemblage of
    cottages. Population 250."

    Sasine registered in Dumfries on Jan 8 1714, wherein Michael Coulter acquired for James
    Coulter's estate "the lands of Kirkland . . in the Parish of Glencairn" from Abraham Creichton

    of Gairland and John Clerk of Troloss. Creichton and Clerk had acquired the lands from
    Archibal Douglas of Fingland on Mar 1702. (Family History Microfiche #216990, Vol 1-4,

    1671-1738)

    Sasine registered in Dumfries on Nov 161719 approved the right to the deceased James
    Coulter's property to his eldest son John and for John to convey lands in Roucan, acquired
    from William Barton and his daughter Elizabeth to Mareon Coulter and her spouse George
    Irving. This Sasine was within the jurisdiction of the Regality of Newdalgarnock and the
    adjudication of the Regality of Newdalgarnock and the adjudication was by a James, Duke of
    Queensbeery, deceased. The Duke of Queensberry was represented by a Baillie. (Registers
    and Records of Scotland, Register of Sasines for Sheriffdom of Dumfries and Stewartries of
    Kirkcudbright and Annandale, Indexes No 27, Vol 3, 1703-1732 p 60)

    Children mentioned in the Register of Sasines, p 20 were: Agnes, Isobel, James, Janet, and
    John--Jan 13 1714 (Vol 8, fol 187).

    More About JAMES COULTER:
    Occupation: Merchant and Burgess of Dumfries, Roucan, and Glasgow





    JAMES COULTER FAMILY IN AMERICA

    Calendar of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800. Georgetown, DE: Public Archives Commission, 1964

    Created from New Castle County in Delaware, Sussex County is the southernmost county in the state. This database is a collection of some probate records and will abstracts from the county between 1680 and 1800. Arranged in chronological order, the records provide the individual's name, date of will, names of heirs, executor, and witnesses. It can also reveal the probate date and reference information including will book title, volume, and page number. Containing the names of over 10,000 persons, this database can be helpful to researchers of early Delaware ancestors.



    James and Eleanor Coulter

    i. AGNES2 COULTER, b. Abt. 1692, Dumphries, Scotland.

    1 Joseph Coulter d: Abt 1744 in Sussex, Del Age at death: ?

    2 JOHN COULTER, b. 22 Aug 1693, Dumphries, Scotland''; d. 04 Jan 1757, Cool Springs, Delaware; m. MARGARET LOVE; d. 03 Sep 1756, Sussex, Delaware Notes for JOHN COULTER:
    Sasine, Dumfries, Nov 16 1719: "approved the right to the deceased James Coulter's property to his eldest son
    John to convey lands in Roucan, acquired from William Barton and his daughter Elizabeth, to Mareon
    Coulter and her spouse George Irving"

    More About JOHN COULTER:
    Occupation: Merchant of Glasgow and Kirkcudbright5



    3 Charles Coulter b: Abt 1695 in Ireland d: Abt 1756 in Sussex, Del Age at death: 61 est.m'd Isabel C. Holms d: Abt 1757 Age at death: ?

    4 Samuel Coulter b: Abt 1695 in Ireland d: Bef 1771 in Sussex, Del Age at death: 76 est.m'd Anna Dobson

    5 William Coulter b: Abt 1697 in Ireland d: Abt 1758 in Sussex, Del Age at death: 61 est.m'd Elizabeth Prettyman b: November 25, 1712 in Sussex, Del d: Abt 1765 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania Age at death: 52 est.

    6 James Coulter b: Abt 1700 d: Abt 1755 in Sussex, Del Age at death: 55 est.unknown maiden name d: January 05, 1769 in Del Age at death: ?


    There is an 8 January 1714 Sasine that was registered in Dumfries wherein Michael Coulter acquired for James Coulter's estate "...the lands of Kirkland...in the Parish of Glencairn..." from Abraham Creichton of Gairland and John Clerk of Troloss. Creichton and Clerk had acquired the lands from Archibald Douglas of Fingland on 24 March 1702.

    Another Sasine registered in Dumfries dated 16 November 1719 approved the right to the deceased James Coulter's property to his eldest son John and for John to convey lands in Roucan, acquired from William Barton and his daughter Elizabeth, to Mareon Coulter and her spouse George Irving. This Sasine was within the jurisdiction of the Regality of Newdalgarnock and the adjudication was by a James, Duke of Queensbeery, deceased. The Duke of Queensberry was represented by a Baillie.


    http://www.coulterfamily.com/eleanor_coulter.htm

    Sad news on James and Eleanor many greatgrandchildren has past. He and twin brother Wayman would go ever year to Scotland to do reseach on the Coulter Clan. Warren Coulter will miss by all who knew him for those you never will get the chance.

    Calvin W. Coulter

    LITTLE ROCK -- Calvin Warren Coulter, 63, of Little Rock died Dec. 25, 2003. He was the son of Randall and Sue Coulter. He was a former resident of Bentonville and Rogers. He was a graduate of Central High School in Little Rock and completed a bachelor's degree from Little Rock University and a law degree from the University of Arkansas. He was a former corporate attorney for Cooper Industries and had served as president of the Benton County Bar Association. He served in the Navy Reserve for 27 years. His last position in the service was commander of a Reserve Navy SEAL unit in Fort Smith. He recently retired from a long career as an attorney at law. He was currently serving as the regional four state commissioner of the Scottish Clan Donald. His hobbies included chess, fencing, photography and world travel.
    Survivors include his twin brother, Wayman, and nephew, Travis.
    Arrangements are pending by Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home in Little Rock.

    WARREN COULTER passed away Christmas Day, 2003, after
    a short illness. His burial was 31Dec2003 in the
    Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery, North Little Rock,
    Akansas. I was advised yesterday that his mother also
    passed away the very next day. He has a surviving
    twin brother, Wayman Coulter, of Little Rock,
    Arkansas, among other relatives of Mabelvale,
    Arkansas.

    Warren will be missed greatly as he was most
    instrumental in following the Coulter family back to
    Dumfries, Scotland and was pursuing further research
    there.

    Wayman R. Coulter
    February 18, 1940 - September 13, 2008



    Warren passed away 24 Dec 2003 in Little Rock, Arkansas from cancer. His twin brother, Wayman, passed away 13 Sept 2008

    Name: Wayman R. Coulter SSN: 430-66-7718 Last Residence: 72202 Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas Born: 18 Feb 1940 Died: 13 Sep 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (1954


    Wayman R. Coulter
    BORN: February 18, 1940
    DIED: September 13, 2008
    LOCATION: Little Rock, AR

    Wayman Randall Coulter, aged 68 of Little Rock, passed away Sep. 13, 2008. He was preceded in death by his parents Randall and Sue Coulter and his twin brother Warren. He is survived by his son Travis, his former wife Tracy, his loving friend Mao Taksakulvith and many relatives and friends.
    He graduated High School at Central High in Little Rock, completed his bachelor degree at Little Rock University, and his Master of Social Work at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He recently retired after a long and successful career as a Social Worker at the Little Rock Community Mental Health Center, Inc. He had also served as the Regional Four State Commissioner of the Scottish Clan Donald.
    His thirst for knowledge and lust for life was evident in his many activities. His hobbies included chess, fencing, photography, world travel, and he was a cigar aficionado. Wayman was a cultured and enlightened gentleman with religious values and honor, frequently quoting Shakespeare and Kipling, traits that are not often found among men of this day and age. He was a frequent traveler to Scotland with his brother Warren, family members, and friends. There is now a void in the community of man. He will be greatly missed.
    From the Friends of Wayman: Our friend Wayman was a true blue friend, a man of his word, big of heart, quick of wit, well versed, honorable, well respected, well loved, and a Bonnie Good Scott! Wayman, we will miss you and remember you well!
    A memorial service will be held Wednesday, September 17th at 10:00 a.m. at Griffin-Leggett Healey & Roth on 5800 W. 12th Street, Little Rock, AR., 72204, (661-9111), with Al Henager officiating.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Clan Donald and the American Cancer Society.
    To sign the online guestbook, visit «u»www.griffinleggett.com <http://www.griffinleggett.com>«/u».



    I got email from Jack Coulter who send me to Janis Barry at «u»janisbarry@comcast.net <mailto:janisbarry@comcast.net>«/u»
    She add some to my reseach




    Father: Nathaniel Coulter b: 1627 in Of Roucan, Scotland

    Marriage 1 Eleanor Marion Corbet b: Abt 1676 in Scotland
    • Married: 17 Feb 1695 in Roucan, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
    • Note:
      Marion Corbet
      mentioned in the record of James Cowter and Marion Corbet
      Name James Cowter
      Spouse's Name Marion Corbet
      Event Date 17 Feb 1692
      Event Place Dumfries,Dumfries,Scotland
      Spouse's Father's Name John Corbet
    • Change Date: 3 Feb 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children Samuel Coulter b: Abt 1692 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    2. Has Children John Coulter b: 1693 in Dumphries, Scotland. c: 22 Aug 1693 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    3. Has Children Charles Coulter b: 1694 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    4. Has No Children Michael Coulter b: 7 Sep 1694 in Dumphries, Scotland. c: 7 Sep 1696 in Torthorwald, Dumfries, Scotland
    5. Has Children James Coulter b: 1695 in Dumphries, Scotland. c: 5 Dec 1695 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    6. Has No Children Janet Coulter b: 1697 in Dumphries, Scotland. c: 30 Sep 1697 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    7. Has Children William Coulter b: 1697 in Dumfries, Scotland c: 12 Dec 1697 in Thorthorwald, Dumfries, Scotland
    8. Has No Children Mary Coulter b: 4 Dec 1698 in Dumphries, Scotland.
    9. Has No Children Marion Coulter b: 1699 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland c: 5 Oct 1699 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
    10. Has No Children Isobel Coulter b: 1701 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland c: 28 May 1701 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
    11. Has No Children Elizabeth Coulter b: 1704 c: 10 Feb 1704 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
    12. Has No Children Agnes Coulter b: 1705 in Dumphries, Scotland. c: 15 Feb 1705 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland

    Marriage 2 Unknown
    • Married: 1682
    • Change Date: 3 Feb 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children Joseph Coulter b: 1683 in Dumphries, Scotland.

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