Name: James Abercrombie
Occupation: Burgess of Stirling 1473-
Change Date: 6 MAY 2011
Name given as Archibald, at the head the pedigree at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/genealogy/pafc66.htm#349C1 , the source of which is given as:
Abercrombie, Ronald T., Pedigree of Com. Lawrence H. Abercrombie, U.S. Navy, Stirlingshire Branch of the Abercrombie Family (not published, Baltimore MD, 22 Apr 1940).
My research involves an unpublished pedigree, but the research by Ronald Taylor Abercrombie is available. This research can be obtained through the LDS Family Centers (www.familysearch.org) and includes these titles:
"Abercrombie Family Histories" by Ronald T. Abercrombie - CD-ROM no. 1477
"The Abercrombies of Baltimore : a genealogical and biographical sketch of the family of David Abercrombie, who settled in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1848" by Ronald T. Abercrombie - FHL US/CAN Film 13160 Item 6 (copy of the book at the Maryland Hist. Society, Baltimore, MD).
James Abercromby had with Archibald, probably another son, viz:
I. William, a burgess, who in 1547 had lands in Abbots Throsk and Abbots Kerse in the barony of Cowie. His son
II. John was of full age in 1547 (Stirling Records).
III. John Abercromby, 'Goodman of Throsk,' styled also 'Wricht,' alive 1617, and was son of John No. ...
IV. John (son of John Abercromby and Libra Hamilton) ?Wright?, married Agnes Drummond (Stir. Prot.) and had issue ?
1. John (see below, V)
2. Robert, of full age 1614
3. James, ?Wright? Kersie and St. Ninians, married Bessie Neilson (dsp).
V. John (son of John Abercromby and Agnes Drummond) 'Smith' in Kerse, married, 1627, at Alloa, Catherine Black. By her he had at least four sons.
?Abercromby Family in Stirlingshire? in The Scottish Antiquary, or, Northern Notes. Vol. 10, No. 38, 1895.)
Is he this man:
?At the top of the tree is the marriage of James Abercrombie Burgess of Striling to Rose Arnot (sister of Henry Arnot, Abbot of Cambuskenneth. (1456). Libra Hamilton is a couple of Generations down.?
- William Abercrombie