Name: George Hamilton
Suffix: of Tulliallan
Change Date: 25 MAR 2013
Alexander Bannerman was involved in the troubles of the times, and his estates were saved from forfeiture by a trust-conveyance to his brother-in-law, Sir George Hamilton, of Tulliallan.
A Sir George Hamilton of Tulliallan, living in 1705, bought the lands of Tulliallan from the Earl of Kincardine in 1700.
Was he previously Sir George Hamilton of Blackburn to whom Alexander Hamilton of Easter Binning was served heir as his nephew, in 1640?
... and the acres called Blackness acres, with the ' chappell shade,' in the parish of Dundee and sheriffdom of Forfar, granted by Richard, Lord Maitland, in favour of Robert Miln of Barntoun, afterwards Sir Robert Miln of Tulliallan, who granted the same to Sir George Hamilton of Barntoun, who in turn granted the security to his creditors.
Barntoun was purchased by Robert Miln, one of the farmers of customs and excise, who in 1685 acquired the lands of Binny, and ... in 1686; but his affairs falling into disorder, he was obliged in 1691 to dispose of Barntoun to George Hamilton of Binny.
Sir Archibald Felming, third baronet, mar. (contract dated Aug.3, 1692) Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Sir George Hamilton, Bart., of Binny, bt., and d. April 14, 1714, leaving, ... I doubted the existence of any " Hamiltons of Barntoun," but wish to correct myself. I find the Full title of the family referred to was " Hamilton, Bart., of Binny, Barnton, and Tulliallan," created in 1692 [Some say for Geroge, wome say for ?William William Hamilton, of Barnton, late of Binnie?]. Their pedigree is, however, like that of the Flemings of Ferme, apparently unpublished.
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Father: Alexander Hamilton