The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest

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  • ID: I20936
  • Name: Malcolm CRAWFORD , of Kilbirnie, Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1450 in Eastern Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
  • Death: 1500 in Kilbirnie Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Note:
    copied from Terri Crowell, World Connect db=:695781, rootsweb.com:
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    Sir Malcom Crawford of Eastern Greenock, received lands from his mother (a Galbraith) descended from Crawford of Loudon, married Marjory, only daughter/heiress of John Barclay of Kilbirnie, the last male of this "potent" family, who anciently possessed Kilbirnie. The aforementioned Sir John Barclay of Crawfurd-John was a lineal descendant of Sir John Crawford of Crawfurd-John when his daughter Margaret married Sir Walter Barclay. Arms were quartered with the arms of Barclay and Kilbirnie (1499 charter by James IV for lands of Kilbirnie and half of the Barony of Crawford-John).




    Father: Malcolm CRAWFORD , of Eastern Greenock b: ABT 1426 in Eastern Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland

    Marriage 1 Marjory BARCLAY , Heiress of Kilbirnie b: ABT 1452 in Kilbirnie Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
      Children
      1. Has Children Isabel CRAWFORD b: ABT 1471 in Kilbirnie Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland
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