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From: "N.E.Parkes" <>
Subject: [AYR] AYRSHIRE books by Paterson - download details and chapterindexes
Date: Sun, 9 Nov 2008 13:35:35 -0000


After some email discussion with some of you, it has been decided to abandon
the compilation of a surname index for Paterson's two volumes on the
families of Ayrshire.

The two volumes (and other books on Ayrshire by Paterson) are freely
available on the internet for download. This means that I would not need to
find web space for the books. Most subscribers to the Ayrshire interest list
at Rootsweb are internet aware and can download the books to their PCs. The
download details are below.

Potential users are probably aware of the Parish where their ancestors
lived. They can go directly to the relevant chapter of the books. I have put
the chapter contents of both volumes further down this email. If you
anticipate using the books it would probably be a good idea to copy the
contents to a file on your computer.

I have agreed to duplicate copies of the book files that we have for the use
of libraries in Ayrshire. This means that the book will be available to
local users who do not have internet access. Ewan, thank you for liaising
with the Ayrshire library service.

I have no personal interest in Ayrshire families and will unsubscribe from
the Ayrshire list.

Regards - Norman

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DOWNLOAD details for the books.

Volume 1 (file size 36.8/37.5MB) is at

http://books.google.co.uk/books?hl=en&id=BvEHAAAAQAAJ&dq=%22James+Paterson%22+%22County+of+Ayr%22&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=5rqlmTv3Pk&sig=TN5itnfiVjstIsx354UT8ma-H04&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result#PPR1,M1


Volume 2 (file size 38.8/39.7MB) is at

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=OvEHAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=%22History+of+the+County+of+Ayr%22+%22James+Paterson%22

They are in PDF format. You will need to have a broadband connection to
allow the downloads in a reasonable time.
Important: Both volumes have the same name in Google books. You will need to
give them DIFFERENT names (suggest "Volume 1" and "Volume 2") when you
download them.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME FIRST

INTRODUCION .... i

HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF AYR:-
Etymology-Erection of the Sheriffdom, 1
Names of the Districts, . 2
Origin of the Inhabitants, 4
The Roman Period, 9
The Period of the Scots, Picts, and Cumbrians, . 13
The Scottish Period, 14
Language and Laws, 15
>From the Accession of Edgar till the Death of the Maiden of Norway, 17
>From the Death of the Maiden of Norway till the Accession of David II., 24
>From the Accession of David II till the Death of James V., . . 40
>From the Death of James V. till the Accession of James VI., . 57
>From the Accession of James VI. till the Union of the Crowns, . 83
>From the Union of the Crowns till the Usurpation of Cromwell, . 107
>From the Commonwealth till the Union, 125
Appendix, . . . . 149

ACCOUNT OF THE PARISHES AND FAMILIES:-
PARISH or AYR,-
Etymology and Extent, . . 157
Rise and Progress of the Town of Ayr, 158
Historical Events connected with Ayr, 160
Local History, . . 161
Religious Houses, . . 172
The Older houses, and Ancient Appearance of Ayr . . . 176
Government of the Burgh, . . 179
Trade and Commerce, . 180
Memorabilia connected with the Harbour, . 186
Social Condition of the Burgh, 188
Income of the Burgh, 200
Alienation of the Property of the Burgh, 201

Families in the Parish of Ayr,

Hunter of Doonholm, 202
Hamilton of Rozelle and Carcluie, 203
Hamilton of Belleisle and Pinmore, 207
Hughes of Mountcharles and Balkissock, 207
Ballantine of Castlehill, 208
Dunlop of Macnairston, -
M'Neight of Barns, 209
Wallace of Holmstone,
Cuninghame of Laigland, 210
Dalrymples of Cuningpark,
Cochranes of Bridgehouse, 211

PARISH OF NEWT0N-UPON-AYR,-
Etymology and Extent, 213
Rise and Progress of the Burgh,
Local History, 214
Antiquities-Newton Castle, 216
Government of the Burgh, 218
Trade and Condition of the Inhabitants, ,,
Gordon of Newton-Lodge, &c., 220

PARISH OF ARDROSSAN,-
Etymology and Extent, - 222
Saltcoats, Ardrossan Harbour and Town,
Ecclesiastical history, 224
Antiquities, 225

Families in the Parish of Ardrossan,-
Moore of Moatfode, 229
Knock-Ewart, 230
Cuninghame of Caddel and Thornton, 231
Dykes and Tower-Lodge, 233
Weir of Kirkhall,
Jack of Springvale,

PARISH of AUCHINLECK,-
Etymology and Extent, 234
History - Civil and Ecclesiastical,.
Antiquities, 236

Families in the Parish of Auchinleck
Boswells of Auchinleck, 237
Boswells of Duncanziemuir and Craigston 241
Boswells of Knockroon,
Two Merk-Land of Pennyland, 242
Templeland,
Glenmure,
Wallacetoun, . 243
Waterside,
Rigg, . 244
Cronberry
Pinbreck
Templand-Shaw,
Derconner,
Hallglenmuir,
Tarreochs,

PARISH of BALLINTRAE
Etymology, &c. 245
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 246
Antiquities, 248

Families in the Parish of Ballintrae
Barony of Ardstinchar, 249
Fergussons of Finnart, 250
Kennedy of Bennane,
Glenour, 252
Carlock, . ,,
Glentig, . .
Garfar, . . 253
Auchenflower, . . ,,
Auchairne, . .
Craigins

PARISH of BARR,-
Etymology, &c., 254
History, . . 255
Families in the Parish of Barr,_
Barr, 258
Auchinsoul,
Dalquhairne, or Doberne, 259
Drummurchie,
Altanalbany,
Monuncion, . ,,
Bellimore,
Kirklands etc, 260
Changue,
Auchynlowan, or Auchlewan,
Carphin

PARISH of BEITH -
Etymology, &c., 261
History,
Antiquities, 263
Eminent Men, 264

Families in the Parish of Beith,-
Woodside-Ralston 265
Threipwood, 270
M'Kinnons or Loves of Threipwood, 271
Shedden of Roughwood, &c,, 274
Shedden of Morrishill, 275
Hamiltouns at Brownmuir, 276
Crawfurds of Brownmuir, 277
Pedderland, 278
Mains-Neill and Mains-Marshall,
Fultons of Foultoun and Grangehill,
Braidstane, 279
Montgomeries at Braidstane,
Montgomeries at Giffen, 286
Montgomerie of Bogston, 289
Montgomeries of Craighouse, 290
Montgomerie of Hessilhead
Trearne, 292
Barrs of Trearne, . . 293
Buntine-Bars of Trearne, .
Patrick of Trearne and Hessilhead, 295
Patrick of Drumbuie, 296
Mures of Caldwell, . . 297

PARISH of COLMONELL
Etymology, &c., . . 300
History, . . . 301
Antiquities, . . . 302

Families in the PARISH of COLMONELL
Cathcarts of Carleton, . 304
Grahams and M'Cubbins of Knockdolian, 305
Cathcarts of Knockdolian, . 306
Barton of Kirkhil1 and Ballaird, . 307
M'Adams of Ballochmorrie, . 308
Knockdaw, . . 311
Pinquhirrie, . . .
Dalreoch, . . 312
The Craig, .
Glenduisk, . . .
Kildonan, . . . 313
Daljarrock, . . .
Corseclays, . . 314
Bardrochat
Pinmore
Clachantoune, . . . 315
Kilsanctniniane, . .
Millenderdaill, . .
Arneschene,
Drumlongfuird,
Dormal,
Fardinreoch.

PARISH of COYLTON
Etymology, Extent, &c., 316
History and Antiquities, . 318

Families in the PARISH of COYLTON
Hamiltons of Sundrum, 319
Chalmers of Gadgirth, 323
Craufuird of Drumsoy, 327
Cathcart of Carbiston, 329
Rakinston, 331
Craighall

PARISH of CRAIGIE
Etymology, Extent, &c., 332
History-Civil and Ecclesiastical, 332
Antiquities, 334

Families in the Parish of Craigie.
Hoses, Lindsays, Wallaces, and Camp-
bells of Craigie, 335
Wallaces of Craigie, 336
Campbells of Craigie, 341
Wallaces of Cairnhill,
Barnweill-Hamiltons and Wallaces, 345
Neill of Barnweill, 346
Camcescan, or Cambuscescan, 347
Underwood,
Mosside, 348

PARISH of OLD CUMNOCK,
Etymology, Extent, &c.,. 349
History-Civil and Ecclesiastical,. 350
Memorabilia connected with the Parish 351
Antiquities.

PARISH OF NEW CUMNOCK
Antiquities, 352

Families in the Parishes of Old and New CUMNOCK
Dunbars of Cumnock and Mochrum, 353
Craufurds of Lefnoreis or Lochnoreis,
now Dumfries-House,. 355
Crichtons and Stuarts, Earls of Dumfries &c., 357
Campbell of Skerrington. 359
Schankiston, 361
Garallan, 363
Glasnock, 364
Dalleagles, 365
Cuthbert of Dalleagles,
Knockshinnoch, 366
Torrinzean, 367
Avisyard, 368
Logan
Boreland, 369
Whitehill, 370

PARISH of DAILLY
Etymology and Extent, 372.
History-Civil and Ecclesiastical, 373
Antiquities, 374

Families, in the Parish of DAILLY
Kennedies of Bargany, 376
Hamilton of Bargany, 382
Balmaclanachan, or Barclanachan, 385
Dalquharran,
Dalquharran and Dunure, 386
Drummellane, 387
Kilkerran, 390
Drummochrin, 392
Pinkill, 394
Brounstone, 395
Killochan,
Mooreston,

PARISH or DALMELLINGTON,
Etymology and Extent, 396
General Appearance,
History-Civil and Ecclesiastical, 398
Antiquities, 399

Families in the Parish of Dalmellington.
Camlarg, 403
Logans of Camlarg, 404

PARISH of DALRY
Etymology and Extent, 406
Topographical Appearances,
History - Civil and Ecclesiastical, 408
Antiquities -Witchcraft, 409

Families in the Parish of Dalry,-
Blair of that Ilk, 413
Lin, or Lyne of that Ilk, 418
Baidland,
Pitcon, 420
Broadlie, 422
Montgomerie of Broadlie,
Kersland, 423
Auchingree, 426
Cuninghame of Baidland, 427
Giffordland-Craufurd, 428
Giffordland-Blair, 420
Smith of Swindrigemuir,
Birkheid, 430.

PARISH of DALRYMPLE
Etymology, Extent, etc, 432
History-Civil and Ecclesiastical, 433
Antiquities, 436

Families in the Parish of DALRYMPLE
Dalrymples of Dalrymple, 437
Craufurds of Kerse,
The Skeldons, 440
Craufurds of Skeldon,
Campbells of Over Skeldon, 443

PARISH of DREGHORN
Etymology, Extent, &c, 445
History_Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities, 447

Families in the Parish of DREGHORN
Barclays of Perceton,
Macredie of Perceton, 449
Branches of the Perceton Barclays, 450
Cuninghamehead,
Buchanans of Cuninghamehead, 452
Ralston of Warwickhill, 453
Montgomerie of Annick-Lodge,


APPENDIX 457


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CONTENTS OF VOLUME SECOND

Parish OP DUNDONALD-
Etymology, Extent, &c 3
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 4
Antiquities, 10

Families in the Parish of Dundonald -
Fullartons of that Ilk, . . . 12
Fullarton of Dreghorn 22
Fairlies of Dreghorn, afterwards called Fairlie, 23
Wallaces of Dundonald and Auchans, 24
Cochranes, Earls of Dundonald, 26
M'Kerrell of Hillhouse 32
Wallaces of Shewalton 35
Boyle of Shewalton 36
Cunninghames of Collellan, . . 37
Wallaces of Galrigs, or Garrix, now called Newfield, 3S
Craufurds of Newfield 39
Wallaces of Ronhill 40
M'Clune, or M'Cleane, of Holmes of Dundonald

Parish of DUNLOP-
Etymology, Extent, &c 41
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 42
Antiquities, 44
Traditions 45

Families in the Parish of Dunlop-
Dunlop of Dunlop 46
Cuninghames of Aiket 49
Dunlops of Hapland, subsequently of Boarland 50
Porterfield of Hapland 51
Gemmells of Templehouse 52

Parish of FENWIcK-
Etymology, Extent, &c. . . 54
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities 56

Families in the Parish of Fenwick-
Mures of Polkelly, 57
Gardrum,
Lochgoin, . 58

Parish of GALSToN-
Etymology, Extent, &c . 59
History. Civil and Ecclesiastical,. 60
Old Buildings, 63

Families in the Parish of GALSTON-
Keiths, Stewarts, and Rosses of Galston 64
Lockharts of Bar 66
Schaws of Sornbeg, 67
Campbell of Cesnock, 68
Campbell of Barquharrie and Mayfield, 71
Fairlie of Holmes, 73

Parish of GIRVAN-
Etymology, Extent, &c. . . . . 74
History Civil and Ecclesiastical,. 75
Antiquities 76

Families is the Parish of GIRVAN-
Kennedies of Ardmillan 77
Craufurds of Ardmillan, . .
Trochrig 79
Ballachtoule 81
Trowair

PARISH of IRVINE-
Etymology, Extent, &c, 82
History. Civil and Ecclesiastical,.
Memorabilia connected with the Burgh, 87
The Presbytery Records, 90
Custom-House Records, 94
Antiquities, 99

Families in the Parish of IRVINE-
Stane, or Stonanrig, 100
Montgomeries of Stane, .
Montgomerie of Broomlands, . 101
Bourtreehill, 103
Armsheugh
Balgray
Bartonholm, . 104

Parish of KILBIRNIE-
Etymology, Extent, &c 105
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,. 107
Antiquities, 111

Families in the Parish of KILBIRNIE-
The Barclays and Craufurds of Kilbirnie, 113
Cuninghames of Glengarnock. . . 117
The other Cuninghames of Glengarnock, 120
Ladyland, Barclays, 121
Hamiltons, 122
Cochranes, 124

PARISH of WEST KILBRIDE-
Etymology, Extent, &c. . . 125
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 126
Antiquities 129
Island of Little Cumbray 130

Families in the Parish of WEST KILBRIDE-
Southanan Barony, 132
Hunterstoun
Ardneil, or Portincross 135
Buntine of Kilbride, 138
Craufurds of Crosbie and Auchinames, 139
Cuninghames and Boyds of Carlung, 143
Simsons of Kirktounhall, . . 144
Hunter of Kirkland 145
Tarbet 140
Orchard
Springside
Boydston

Parish of KILMARNOCK-
Etymology, Extent, &c 147
History, Civil aud Ecclesiastical, . .
Antiquities 166
Eminent Persons connected with the Parish 170

Families in the Parish of Kilmarnock-
The Boyds of Kilmarnock, . . . 171
Mures of Rowallan 182
Craufurds of Craufurdlaud, . 195
Howieson of Braehead, 200
Hamiltons of Cambuskeith and Grange, 201
Wallace of Menfuird 203
Assloss of Asalosa 204
Annanhill 205
Dunlop of Annanhill and Bonnington,
Grougar,

Parish KILMAuRS -
Etymology, Extent., &c 207
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities, 209

Families in the Parish of Kilmaurs-
Cuninghames of Kilmaurs, Earls of Glencairn, 210
Mowats of Busbie, or Knockintiber, 217
Descent of Wallace of Busbie, . 220
Thorntoun, 221
Tour and Kirklands
Craig, 222
Carnel Bank
Robertoun

Parish of KILWINNING-
Etymology, Extent, &c 223
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Archery, 227
Eminent Persons connected with the Parish 228

Families in the Parish of KILWINNING-
Eglintoun of Eglintoun
Montgomeries of Eglintoun, . . . 229
Montgomerie of Smistoun, . . . . 244
Macgown of Smithton 245
Montgomerie of Sevenaikers, 246
Miller of Monkcastle
Hamilton of Ardoch 247
Cuninghame of Ashinyards, now Bowman of Ashgrove 248
Mountgreenan 250
Cuninghame of Mountgreenan,
Glasgow of Mountgreenan 252
Cuninghames of Clonbeith, .
Nevin of Monkredding 253
Cuningbames of Monkredding, . 254
Burrowlands


Parish of KIRKMICHAEL
Etymology, Extent, &c 256
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, .
Antiquities 258

Families in the Parish of Kirkmichael-
Montgomeries of Cassillis, 260
Kennedies of Kirkmichael, 261
Mures of Cloncaird 262

Parish of KIRKOSWALD-
Etymology, Extent, &c 264
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities 266

Families in the Parish of Kirkoswald -
Turnberry 269
Bruces, Earls of Carrick 270
Culzean-Kennedy, Marquis of Ailsa and Earl of Cassillis, 272
Thomaston, 291
Baltersan, 292

PARISH of LARGS-
Etymology, Extent, &c 296
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, . 297
Antiquities 299

Families is the Parish of Largs-
Fairile of Fairlie 302
Kelburne-Boyle, Earl of Glasgow, 303
Brisbane of Brisbane 305
Fraser of Knok, 309
Montgomerie of Skelmorlie,
Wilson of Haylee, 312

PARISH OF LOUDON
Etymology, Extent, &c. . . 314
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 315
Antiquities, 316

Families in the Parish of Loudoun-.
Loudoun, 318
Campbells, Earls of Loudoun, 319
Nisbet of Greenholme 323

Parish of MAUCHLINE-
Etymology, Extent, &c 324
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,

Families in the Parish of Mauchline-
Campbells of Killoch, 331
Campbell of Kingancleuch, 332
Campbell of Netherplace, 333
Campbell of Montgarswood, 334
Reid of Ballochmyle, 335
Alexander of Ballochmyle, 336
Reid of Drumfork
Reid of Willoxhill
Wallace of Brighouse, 337
Nether Bargour
Rodinghead,
Mitchell of Braehead 338
Gib of Auchmilling
Spottiswode of Fowler
Viewfield 339
Beechgrove 340
Mossgiel,


Parish of MAYBOLE-
Etymology, Extent, &c 341
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, 342
Antiquities 345

Families is the Parish of MAYBOLE-
Greenan, 353
Davidsons of Pennyglen
Dunduff, 354
Newark, 355
Kilhenzie, 356
Auchindraine, 357
Blairstoun, or Middle Auchindraine, 358
Mures of Middle Auchindraine or Blairstoun 361
Cathcarts of Alloway 365
Montgomeries of Brigend, 367
Craufurds of Doonside, alias Brigend, 368
Fergussons of Dunduff, 369
Monkwood
Bogend, 371
Crochba,
Smithstoun,
Dunene, or Dinhame, 372
Knockdon,
Beoch 373
Brockloch
Garrihorne 374
Craigskean, 375
Glenayes
Sauchrie,
Rankine of Otterden

Parish of MONKTOUN-
Etymology, Extent, &c 377
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities 380

Families in the Parish of MONKTOUN-
Adamtoun 382
Ladykirk, or Ladyland 384
Monktoun
Baillies of Monktoun,
M'Crae, or M'Quye, and Dalrymple of Orangefield, 385
Prestwickshaws, 387
Campbell of Fairfield 388

Parish of MUIRKIRK-
Etymology, Extent, &c 390
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities 391

Families in the parish of MUIRKIRK-
Wellwood, 392
Over Wellwood,
Middle Wellwood,
Campbell of Auldhouseburn, . 393
Waterhead

Parish of OCHILTREE-
Etymology, Extent, &c 394
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, . .
Antiquities, 397

Families in the Parish of OCHILTREE-
Barony of Ochiltree, 397
Stewart, Lord Ochiltree, . 398
Cochranes of Ochiltree,. . 400
Barony of Traboch, . .
Cochrane of Waterside, . .
Colvil of Lesnesok . 401
Bonnytoun,
Barquharrie
Polquhairn,
Fergushill of Burnockstone, . 402

PARISH OF RICCARTON-
Etymology, Extent, &c 405
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities, 406
Eminent Persons connected with the Parish, 407

Families in the Parish of Riccarton-
Wallace of Riccarton 409
Cuninghame of Caprington & Brownhill,
Knockmarloch, 412
Treesbank,
Cuninghames of Auchinskeith, . 413

Parish of St QUIVOX-
Etymology, Extent, &c. . . . . 414
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, . .
Antiquities, 416

Families in the Parish of St QUIVOX:-
Auchincruive,
Oswalds of Auchincruive, 417

Parish of SORN
Etymology, Extent., &c . 419
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Extracts from the Session Records, 420
Eminent persons connected with the Parish, . 421
Antiquities

Families in the Parish of Sorn-
Barony of Sorn 422
Somervell of Sorn
Mitchell of Dalgain
Mitchell of Burnhead 423
Mitchell of Turnerhill and Nether Hillar
Ranken of Whitehill and Glenlogan, 424
Farquhar of Over Catrine, 425
Aird of Nether Catrine and Stewart of Catrine, 426
Buchanan of Catrine Bank,
Craufurd of Smiddyshaw, 427
Peden of Auchinlongford,
Richmond of Auchincloich,
Richmond of Carleith, 428
Paton of Sawerston, 428
Campbell of Clewis, . .
Campbell of Auchmannoch,
Campbell of Brocklerdyke, 429
Campbell of Little Mountgarswood, . 430
Farquhar of Gilmillscroft,
Reid of Daldilling,.....431
Reid of Merkland 432
Duncan of Hillar
Aird of Holl, 433
Reid of Mid Hillar

Parish of STAIR-
Etymology, Extent &c 434
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities,

Families in the Parish of STAIR-
Stair, 435
Dalrymples, Earls of Stair, .
Major-General Stewart of Stair, 438
Barskimming, 439
Miller of Glenlee and Barskimming, 440
Drongan
Drumdow, 441
Dalmore,

Parish of STEVENSTON-
Etymology, Extent, &c 442
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, . 443
Antiquities, 445
Eminent Men

Families in the Parish of STEVENSTON-
Cuninghames of Auchinharvie, . 446
Hullerhirst, 447
Kelso of Hullerhirst, . . 447
Ardeer
Fullarton of Kerila, . . . . 450

Parish of STEWARTON-
Etymology, Extent, &c 451
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities 452
Eminent Characters

Families in the Parish of STEWARTON-
Montgomerie of Lainshaw, 453
Cuninghame of Lainshaw, 455
Arnot of Lochrig 457
Cuninghame of Corshill, 459
Cuninghame of Robertland, 461
Somervilles of Kennox 462
Girgenti 463

Parish of STRAITON-
Etymology, Extent, &c, 464
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical, . . 465
Antiquities . . . 466

Families in the Parish of Straiton-
Schaws of Keirs, 469
Schaws of Grimet, 470
Kennedies of Blairquhan, 471
Whitefoords of Blairquban,
Hunter Blairs of Blairquhan, 473
M'Adams of Craigengillan, 475

Parish of SYMINGTON-
Etymology, Extent, &c. 477
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,
Antiquities, 478

Families in the Parish of Symington-
Cuningbames of Dankeith, 478
Kelsos of Dankeith, 479
Rosemount (formerly Goldring), 481
Fairlie of Cowdam, or Coodham, 482

Parish of TORBOLTON-
Etymology, Extent, &c. 483
History, Civil and Ecclesiastical,.
Antiquities 486
Notable Persons connected with the Parish, 487

Families in the Parish of Torbolton-
Dunbars of Enterkine 487
Cuninghames of Enterkine, 488
Coilsfield
Failfoord, or Smeithstone, and Templebogwood,
Cooper of Failford 489
Broomhill or Brounehill, 492
Fail, or Failford, 493
Mures of Park,
Drumley,
Smithfield,
Townhead of Drumlay

APPENDIX to VOLUME TWO

Additional Account of the Cuninghames of Caprington,497
Craufurd of Balshagray and Scotstoun, 500
Cochrane of Bridgehouse, - 503
Fergushill of Fergushill (omitted in its proper place-Parish of Kilwinning),
504
Craufurd of Fergushill,
Cunynghame of Milncraig (omitted in its proper place-Parish of Coylton),
Conected Version of the Hapland Porterfields (from the Duchal MS. drawn
up in 1708), 506
Cochranes of that Ilk, 507
Additional Particulars regarding the Family of Wodrow, the Historian, 509
Alexanders of Blackhouse, 509
Boyds of Kilmarnock (from "Ayrshire Notes and Queries" of the A. 0.), 511
Remarks on ditto, 514
Explanation of the terms Laird, Ladie, Gudeman, and Gudewife, 515
Foultons of Grangevale and Foulton, 516
Montgomeries of Brigend, 517
Fairlie of Coodam, 519
Kennedy of Kirkmichael,
Dalrymples of Cuningpark, 520
Latterwill of Robert Boyd of Badinheath,
The Wallace Family, 522
Polquhairn.





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