2 edition of Lord Fife and his factor found in the catalog.
Lord Fife and his factor
Fife, James Duff Earl of
|Statement||edited by Alistair and Henrietta Tayler.|
|Contributions||Tayler, Alistair., Tayler, Henrietta, b. 1869.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 279 p.|
|Number of Pages||279|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fife, James Duff, 2d Earl of, Lord Fife and his factor. London, Heinemann, Early life. Fife was born in Edinburgh, the son of James Duff (a grandson of the 3rd Earl Fife and heir presumptive to his uncle, the 4th Earl Fife) and his wife, the former Lady Agnes Hay, second daughter of the 18th Earl of Erroll and the former Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence (an illegitimate daughter of William IV).When his father succeeded as 5th Earl Fife inhe acquired the.
Lord Fife and His Factor: Being the Correspondence of James Second Lord Fife, - [Alistair Tayler, Henrietta Tayler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Selections from o letters written from London by Lord Fife to his Factor (doer or agent) in Scotland.
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Fife was born Alexander Duff in Edinburgh, the son of James Duff and his wife, Lady Agnes father was a grandson of the 3rd Earl Fife and heir presumptive to the 4th Earl mother was the second daughter of the 18th Earl of Erroll and his wife, Elizabeth FitzClarence, an illegitimate daughter of King William his father succeeded as 5th Earl Fife Lord Fife and his factor book James Duff, 5th Earl Fife.
The title Earl Fife was a title in the Peerage of Ireland created by letters patent dated 26 April for William Duff (–) after asserting (but not proving) his descent from Macduff, the medieval Earl of in the Irish peerage, the title implies a connection with Fife First holder: William Duff, 1st Baron Braco.
JACOBITE LETTERS TO LORD PITSLIGO Preserved at Fettercairn House EDITED WITH NOTES BY ALISTAIR AND HENRIETTA TAYLER Authors of “The Book of the Duffs,” “Lord Fife and his Factor”.
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Together they wrote The Book of the Duffs (London, ), Lord Fife and His Factor (London, ) and The Domestic Papers of the Rose Family (London, ), using material from both this collection and other family papers made available to them.
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Family and Education. 5th surv. of William Duff, M.P., 1st Earl Fife [I], and bro. of James, 2nd Earl. educ. Andrews Univ. ; Glasgow Univ. ; adv. ; Leyden unm. suc. in the Orton estate Offices Held.
Comptroller of Excise in Scotland Apr. Biography. On his father’s death, Duff’s brother Lord Fife tried without success to. Lord Fife was the father of three children by a Keith woman of humble origin from whom they were taken at an early age and placed under the direction of William Rose, Fife’s factor.
James was a handsome youth on whom his father lavished affection, making him his constant companion, purchasing his advancement in the army, and giving him a.
James Duff, 2nd Earl of Fife, succeeded his father in the Irish peerage in He served as MP for Banff and Elgin at intervals between andand for Morayshire from untilwhen he was created a peer of the United Kingdom, and took his seat in the House of Lords.
Book List ‘History of Rutherglen and East-Kilbride’ () ‘Tales of the Highlands’ () his factor, who happened to be which was at all times paid him by a universal agreement among Lord Fife’s friends then assembled as his guests, the little man was left quite unnoticed by Burnside, and treated by him as nobody.
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages 23 cm. Contents: The biography of ordinary men --Daniel Pulteney, M.P., an ordinary man --Lord Fife and his factor --So come and join the dance --Country gentlemen in Parliament, --The circular letters: an 18th-century whip to Members of Parliament --From the Ford lectures, --The end of the Nominal.
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Balfour castle was built upon their ancient possessions, in the vale or strath of the Orr, a tributary of the Leven, near their confluence.
Alistair and Henrietta Tayler, Lord Fife and his Factor: Being the Correspondence of James, Second Lord Fife – (London, ). Michael Fry, The Dundas Despotism (Edinburgh, ).Cited by: 1.
PUBLISHED FAMILY HISTORIES [Over the years The Fife Family History Society Journal has reviewed many published Fife family histories. We have gathered them all together here, and will add to the file as more become available. Many of the family histories are hard to find, but some are still available on the antiquarian Size: 1MB.
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