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  • ID: I145
  • Name: John Macmillan
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 29 MAR 1833 in Glencairn, Dumfries & Galloway
  • Death: 10 DEC 1895 in Glencrosh, Glencairn
  • Note:
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    He was the Laird of the Holm of Dalquairn & Glencrosh, and a JP.

    Lineage (from Burke's Landed Gentry):
    ? Mr. John McMillan is the lineal descendant and representative of the ancient family of McMillan of Brockloch and Holm of Dalquhairn, in the parish of Carsphairn, co. Kirkcudbright. The lands of Brockloch were held originally by the tenure called "Manrent," but when King Robert the Bruce created the Chief of Brockloch Baron of Ken, he obtained a charter of all his lands, 'blanche' of
    the Crown. The properties of Brockloch and Holm of Dalquhairn were united through a marriage in 1741, but on the death of John McMillan in 1852, Brockloch passed from the possession of the MacMillans, but Holm of Dalquhairn, which comprises Upper and Nether Holm and Clenoch, is still the property of the representative of the family.

    John MacMillan, younger, of Holm married Margaret
    Thompson, eldest daughter of Thomas Moffat, Esq., J.P., of
    Ardnacloich, County of Dumfries, and had issue :?
    Robert of Holm.
    Thomas Moffat.
    John James.
    Margaret Robina.
    Mary Goldie.
    Source: Clan Macmillan by Somerled Macmillan

    Clan MacMillan crest: Miseris succerere disco (I learn to succour the unfortunate)

    "Glencrosh continued in the possession of the Gibsons until
    about 1870, when the estate was sold to John M'Millan of
    Holm, in whose family it continues."
    "A Glencairn Ploughing Society has existed since 1869.
    The Society was instituted, for the encouragement of ploughing,
    at a meeting held in Dumfries on the 27th day of January, when
    John M'Millan of Glencrosh was appointed President and Robert
    W. Sloane Secretary."
    pg 171, 'Glencairn, The Annals of an Inland Parish' by John Corrie, 1910

    1871 census, Glencrosh, Glencairn:
    John Mcmillan 38
    Margaret Mcmillan 34
    Margaret Mcmillan 7
    Robert Mcmillan 5
    Thomas Mcmillan 3
    John James Mcmillan 2
    Barbara Campbell 40
    Agness Armstrong 17
    Margaret Todd 26
    Margaret Fergusson 26
    Isabella Beattie 17
    John Brown 27

    1881 census, Glencrosh, Glencairn:
    John McMillan 48
    Margaret McMillan 45
    Robert McMillan 15
    John James McMillan 12
    David Jackson McMillan 8
    Mary Goldie McMillan 6
    Jane Haining 28
    Agnes Armstrong 27
    Mary McAdam 19
    Jane Armstrong 24
    Archie McAdam 17

    1891 census, Glencrosh:
    John McMillan 58
    Margaret T McMillan 55
    Margaret R McMillan 27
    Robert McMillan 25
    Thomas McMillan 23
    John J McMillan 22
    Mary G McMillan 16
    Christina K Malcolm 30
    Isabella Hyslop 38
    Elizabeth Lawson 20
    Margaret Lauder 23
    Martha Brown 14
    John Andeson 20
    Thomas Topping 19
    David Hastings 17
    James McAdam 14

    Gravestone Inscription at Carsphairn Parish Church:
    IN LOVING MEMORY
    OF
    JOHN McMILLAN
    OF GLENCROSH & HOLM
    WHO DIED 10TH DECEMBER 1895
    AGED 82 YEARS
    ALSO OF
    MARGARET THOMPSON MOFFAT
    HIS WIFE
    WHO DIED AT GLENCROSH 3RD MARCH 1900
    AGED 65 YEARS

    Picture via:
    Celtic Monthly Magazine

    https://archive.org/texts/flipbook/flippy.php?id=celticmonthlymag01mack


    http://digital.nls.uk/early-gaelic-book-collections/pageturner.cfm?id=75846265&mode=transcription

    Ref:
    Bernard Burke. A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (Volume 2)

    http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/bernard-burke/a-genealogical-and-heraldic-history-of-the-landed-gentry-of-great-britain--irel-kru/page-58-a-genealogical-and-heraldic-history-of-the-landed-gentry-of-great-britain--irel-kru.shtml


    John Macmillan JP - from Celtic Monthly magazine July 1891 (courtesy of Andrew McAdam)





    'Great Grandfather Macmillan of Glencrosh' written on back (Photo at Glencrosh)




    Clan MacMillan crest: Misesris succerere disco (I learn to succour the unfortunate)




    Gravestone of John Macmillan and wife Margaret Thompson Moffat at Carsphairn Parish Church




    "Glencairn, The annals of an inland parish" by John Corrie, 1910

  • Change Date: 2 SEP 2016 at 18:02:46



    Father: Robert Macmillan b: 23 DEC 1793 in Carsphairn, Kirkud, Galloway
    Mother: Mary Goldie b: 4 MAY 1793 in Tynron, Dumfries, Scotland c: 10 MAY 1793 in Tynron, Dumfries, Scotland

    Marriage 1 Margaret Thompson Moffat b: 2 JUN 1835 in Barndenock, Glencairn, Dumfries
    • Married: 10 SEP 1861 in Glencairn
    Children
    1. Has No Children Robert Macmillan b: 1 DEC 1862 in Glencairn
    2. Has No Children Margaret Robina Macmillan b: 10 JAN 1864 in Glencairn, Dumfries, Scotland
    3. Has Children Robert Macmillan b: 22 JUN 1865 in Glencairn, Dumfries, Scotland
    4. Has No Children Thomas Moffat Macmillan b: 28 APR 1867 in Glencairn, Dumfries, Scotland
    5. Has No Children John James Macmillan b: 27 JAN 1869 in Glencairn, Dumfries, Scotland
    6. Has No Children David Jackson Macmillan b: 13 JAN 1873 in Glencairn, Dumfries, Scotland
    7. Has No Children Mary Goldie Macmillan b: 3 MAR 1875 in Glencrosh, Glencairn At 1.30am
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