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  • ID: I26521
  • Name: Andrew Munro
  • Suffix: 5th of Milntown
  • Sex: M
  • Death: ABT 1590
  • Education: Protestant
  • Note: 1

    Eldest son.
    Andrew Monro of Docharty (he embraced the Protestant relion and became a rigid & austere Presbyterian.) He married Catherine, daughter of Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty and they had
    1. George, his heir & successor
    2. Andrew, I of Kincraig
    3. John, I of Fearn
    4. Janet, who m David Monro of Culnaha
    5. Catherine, who m George Munro, I of Obsdale
    6. Elizabeth, who m Hay of Kinardie
    7. Christian died unmarried
    8. Euphemia, who m Hugh Munro of Balconie
    9. Margaret, who m Robert Gordon of Bodlan
    10. Anne, who m Hugh Ross of Priesthill
    11. Ellen who m 1st Donald Ross of Balmuchie & 2nd the Rev John Munro, Minister of Tain
    12. Isabella, who m 1st James Innes of Calrossie & 2nd Walter Ross of Invercharron.
    In 1568 Ormond Castle and the lands of Suddie in Avoch were acquired by Andrew Munro, 5th of Milntown, also known as Andrew Munro of Newmore during his father's life time.
  • _UID: 8F5A592BC8CC463DB3E5715AB898E88EAD91
  • Change Date: 23 FEB 2009

    Father: George Munro
    Mother: Janet Fraser b: ABT 1526

    Marriage 1 Catherine Urquhart
    • Married:
    1. Has Children George Munro

    1. Text: Don Monro
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