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|This is probably a junior line of of the Stirlings of Calder.|
|Thomas Stirling of Auchyle a 1498|
|1.||Walter or William Stirling of Auchyle|
|BLG1952 Graham of Rednock, etc shows this laird as Walter and his wife as Isabella. We presume that this is the laird described in BLG Bontine Cunninghame Graham of Ardoch as William, husband of ...|
|m before 18.07.1531 Isabella Graham dau of Thomas Graham of Dunans|
|A.||James Stirling of Auchyle d c1593|
|i.||William Stirling of Auchyle a 1644|
|m1 Marion Sinclair|
|m2 Janet Peebles|
|m3. Elizabeth Lundy|
|Not known which wife was mother of ...|
|a.||James Stirling of Auchyle|
|m 19.02.1630 Margaret Haldane dau of Sir James Haldane of Gleneagles|
|1||George Stirling of Auchyle and Herbertshire d 12.1706, 2nd son|
|m Jean Crichton dau of Sir Robert Crichton or Murray|
|A||William Stirling of Herbertshire dsp 05.1745|
|m Lilias Forrester dau of George Forrester, 1st Lord Forrester|
|B||John Stirling of Auchyle and Herbertshire d 1756|
|m Christian Stirling dau of Sir William Stirling, Bart of Ardoch|
|i||George Stirling of Auchyle and Herbertshire dsp 07.1760|
|C||George Stirling of Byres|
|i||George Stirling of Byres dsp 1750|
|m Alexander Graham of Rednock and Duchray|
|Auchyle passed into this Graham family.|
|2||Katharine Stirling possibly of this generation|
|m Archibald Dennistoun of Dalchurn minister of Campsie|
|b.||John Stirling of Herbertshire|
|c.||Margaret Stirling probably of this generation|
|m mcrt 8/28.07.1622 William Graham of Boquhapple|
|d.||Grizel Stirling probably of this generation|
|m Walter Graham of Ballagan, Glenny and Birdston d 1667|
Sources: BLG1952 Graham of Rednock, formerly of Duchray
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