1 edition of Brief account of the family of the Grants, with the life of Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen found in the catalog.
Brief account of the family of the Grants, with the life of Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen
|Other titles||Biographia Britannica., Family of Grant.|
|LC Classifications||CS439 .G598 1900z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||92209829|
Father Sir John Grant, Knight, b. 17 Aug , of, Freuchie, Cromdale, Moray, d. 1 Apr (Age 40 years) Mother Ancestors Mary Ogilvy, d. Aft Married Abt 11 Dec Family ID F Group Sheet | Family Chart. William Grant, Lord Prestongrange (c. ) was a younger son of Sir Francis Grant, 1 st Baronet of Monymusk, Lord Cullen, and brother of Sir Archibald Grant, 2 nd Baronet. William Grant was admitted as an advocate in and in became Solicitor-General for Scotland.
Digitized Book: The Ancestry of General Grant and Their Contemporaries, by Edward Chauncey Marshall. From Hathitrust. Report of the First Reunion of the Grant Family Association, , edited by Arthur Hastings Grant. There are subsequent volumes for reunions of the Grant Family Association, but I cannot locate any that are digitized. Lt.-Gen. Francis Grant was born on 10 August He was the son of Sir James Grant of Grant, 6th Bt. and Anne Colquhoun.3 He married Catherine Sophia Cox, daughter of Joseph Cox and Katharine Sophia Herbert, on 17 March He died on 30 December at age
Sir Francis GRANT Married Isabella Elizabeth NORMAN on 08 JUL in Melton Mowbray,Leicester,England. BIO: Sir Francis Grant was a notable Scottish artist of the 19th century. He was an associate of the Royal Academy from and also served as President of the Royal Academy, elected in , after Edwin Landseer turned down the seat. Introduction. Sir Francis Grant, calotype by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, , ©National Portrait Gallery, NPG P6(25). Francis Grant () was a very distinguished portrait painter, who rose to become the first and only Scottish President of the Royal Academy.
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Francis Grant was the elder son of Archibald Grant of Ballintomb, Morayshire, a descendant of James Grant, 3rd Laird of Freuchie, by his wife Christian, daughter of Patrick Nairne of Cromdale, was born at Ballintomb in A brief account of the family of the Grants ; with the life of Sir Francis Grant, Lord, Cullen.
Extracted from the Biographia Britannica. Life Grant was the fourth son of Francis Grant, Laird of Kilgraston, near Bridge of Earn, Perthshire, and his wife Anne Oliphant of Rossie.
Grant was educated at Harrow School and Edinburgh High School. His father, a plantation owner in Jamaica, died inleaving money to his seven children. Wikipedia Biographical Summary "Sir Francis Grant, RA (18 January – 5 October ), was a Scottish portrait painter, who painted Queen Victoria and many distinguished British aristocratic and political figures of the day.
He served as President of the Royal Academy. Life and work. Grant was the fourth son of Francis Grant, laird of Kilgraston, near Bridge of Earn, Perthshire, and. Sir Francis Grant, 1st Baronet, borndied 23 March Sir Archibald Grant, 2nd Baronet, born 25 Septemberdied 17 Septemberwas member of parliament for Aberdeenshire – Sir Archibald Grant, 3rd Baronet, born 17 Februarydied 30 September John Grant, 2nd of Freuchie was the son of John 'Mor' Grant of Freuchie, younger and Muriel Mackintosh.1 A contract for the marriage of John Grant, 2nd Brief account of the family of the Grants Freuchie and Margaret Ogilvy was signed on 16 September He died on 1 May John Grant, 2nd of Freuchie also went by the nick-name of John 'Am Bard Ruadh' Grant (or in English.
Source: THE GRANTS OF CORRIMONY, by Francis J. Grant, W.S., Berwick,pp. —————————————— II. John Grant, [heir] apparent of Freuchie, the only son of Sir Duncan Grant, is first mentioned as a consenter in a precept of sasine by his father for infefting Sir James Douglas of Pittendreich in the lands of.
Francis’s wife Cicel and mother Hellen (who were cousins) were the nieces of Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen (also a famous lawyer), as well as being related by marriage to Robert Dundas of Arniston, Lord President of the Scottish legal system.
Sir Francis James Grant ( – ) was a Scottish officer of arms who eventually rose to the office of Lord Lyon King of Arms. Grant served in the Court of the Lord Lyon as Carrick Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary beginning on 17 May A4 Robert, the ancestor of the Grants of Lurg, obtained in from his brother John Grant of Freuchie a lease of the lands of Clachaig to him and his spouse.
In he was appointed by Sir John Grant of Freuchie, his nephew, Bailie of the Grant baronies, and joint chamberlain of his estates, and held these offices till his death, which.
Lord Cullen was succeeded by his son, Sir Archibald Grant, 2nd Baronet of Monymusk, whose second son, William Grant, became Lord Prestongrange, an eminent Lord of Session. The present Laird of Monymusk is Sir Archibald Grant, 13th Baronet.
His wife, Fiona Lady Grant, is the current Chairman of the British Clan Grant Society. Grant, Sir Francis (18 Jan.
) Grant, Sir Francis (–), portrait and sporting painter Grant, Sir Francis, first baronet, Lord Cullen (x63–), judge and writer. View Sir Francis Grant’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
The Grants of Trois Rivieres were recognized by the Chief of the Clan Grant, the Rt. Hon. 6 th Lord Strathspey, Sir James Patrick Trevor Grant of Grant, Baronet, in [This article is condensed from a much longer research report entitled Historical Notes on Some Surnames and Patronymics Associated with the Clan Grant.
Grant of Freuchie and of Grant He was JOHN GRANT (Ian Ruadh), said to have been a knight and Sheriff of Inverness in He was most probably the husband of Matilda of Glencarnie, the daughter of Gilbert of Glencarnie.
Matilda is the "Bigla Comyn" of tradition, the basis of many legends. Sir Francis Grant () became Lord of Session taking the name Lord Cullen. William Grant (), second son of Lord Cullen, also became Lord of Session, taking the name of Lord Prestongrange. Sir Francis Grant () was born in Edinburgh and was a painter of sporting scenes.
He became President of the Royal Academy in London in The current Chief of Clan Grant is The Rt. Hon. Sir James Patrick Trevor Grant of Grant, Bt., Lord Strathspey, 33rd Chief of Grant The following information on previous chiefs of the Clan Grant has been provided courtesy of our Clan Historian, James H.
Grant. You can view a larger image by clicking on an individual image. National Museum of Scotland James Grant, 7th of Freuchie ( Francis, Frances or Frank Grant may refer to. Sir Francis Grant, Lord Cullen (/–), Scottish judge; Sir Francis Grant (artist) (–), Scottish artist; Sir Francis Grant (officer of arms) (–), Scottish Officer of Arms; Francis Chapman Grant (–), merchant-prince in the Gold Coast; Francis William Grant, British Member of Parliament for Inverness-shire.
Sir Francis Grant (18 January - 5 October ) Fourth son of Francis Grant of Kilgraston, Perthshire, was born at Edinburgh in He was educated for the bar, but at the age of twenty-four he began at Edinburgh systematically to study the practice of art.
Sir Francis Grant (), Portrait painter and President of the Royal Academy. There are occasions when we are unsure of the identity of a sitter or artist, their life dates, occupation or have not recorded their family relationships.
Sometimes we have not recorded the date of a portrait. GRANT, JOHN (d. ), second laird of Freuchie, the Bard, the eldest son of John Grant younger of Freuchie (now Grant in Strathspey), and grandson of Sir Duncan Grant, first laird of Freuchie, succeeded his grandfather, Duncan, as second laird in He was surnamed 'The Bard,' sometimes 'The Bard roy,' on account of his poetical talents.Francis William Grant 20 Jan Eagle Creek, Scott Co., Minnesota, USA - 13 May managed by Patricia Grant William Wesley Grant abt Oct Barbour County, Alabama, USA - 15 Aug managed by Paul Dallas Grant.Major-General Sir James Hope grant, K.C.B., 5 th and youngest son of Francis Grant, Esq.
of Kilgraston and Pitcaithley, born Januwas educated in Scotland and at Hoffville in Switzerland, and entered the army as cornet in He was brigade major in the war with China under Lord Saltoun, and received a medal for his services.