'Foulis1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Foulis of Colinton, Foulis of Dunipace, Foulis of Leadhills, Foulis of Ravelston, Foulis of Woodhall

                               
William de Foulis or de Foliis (a 1390)
1. James de Foulis (a 1437)
  A. William de Foulis
  m. Elizabeth Ogilby (dau of Sir Walter Ogilby (Ogilvy?))
  i. William de Foulis (dsp)
  ii. James de Foulis
  m. Margaret Henderson (dau of Sir James Henderson of Fordel)
  a. James Foulis, 1st of Colinton (a 1526, Senator of College of Justice) - continued below --
  m. Catherine Brown of Forder --
  b. William Foulis (a 1541)
2. William de Foulis (a 1424, Secretary to King James 1)

 

 

James Foulis, 1st of Colinton (a 1526, Senator of College of Justice) - continued above the first mentioned by BP1934
m. Catherine Brown of Forder
1. Henry Foulis of Colinton
  m. Margaret Haldane (dau of Sir James Haldane of Gleneagles)
  A. James Foulis of Colinton
  m. Agnes or Anne Heriot of Lumphoy (d 05.08.1593, dau of Robert Heriot of Lumphoy or Lumphey)
  i. Sir James Foulis of Colinton (a 1612, MP)
  m. Barbara (not Mary) Lauder (dau of Sir William (not John) Lauder of Hatton)
  a. Sir Alexander Foulis, 1st Bart of Colinton (d before 1672)
  m. Elizabeth Hepburn (dau of Robert Hepburn of Ford)
  (1) Sir James Foulis, 2nd Bart of Colinton (Senator as Lord Colinton)
  m1. Barbara Ainslie (dau of Andrew Ainslie of Edinburgh)
  (A) Sir James Foulis, 3rd Bart of Colinton (d 1711, Lord of Session as Lord Redford)
  m. (04.09.1670) Margaret Boyd (dau of John Boyd, Dean of Guild of Edinburgh)
  (i) Sir James Foulis, 4th Bart of Colinton (d unm 07.1742)
  (ii) Henry Foulis (3rd son)
  m. Jean Foulis (dau of Adam Foulis of Edinbrugh)
(a) Sir James Foulis, 5th Bart of Colinton (d 03.01.1791)
  m. Mary Wightman (dau of Archibald Wightman)
  ((1)) Sir James Foulis, 6th Bart of Colinton (dsp 1825)
  m1. "a Spanish lady"
  m2. (17.06.1791) Margaret Dallas (dau of William Dallas of family of St. Martins)
  ((2))+ 1 son and 3 daughters
  (iii)+ 5 sons (dsp)
  (B) son
  m2. (mcrt 01.06.1661) Margaret Erskine (dau of Sir George Erskine of Invertell)
  (2) Mary Foulis probably of this generation
  m. (30.01.1649) James Livingston (d 24.11.1667)
  b. (Elizabeth) Foulis probably of this generation
  m. Sir William Moray of Dreghorn
  c. Mary Foulis probably of this generation
  m. (mcrt 21.12.1613) John Napier of Schambodie & Easter Torrie
  d. Christian Foulis probably of this generation
  m. William Wardlaw of Balmule (d before 11.07.1650)
ii. George Foulis, 1st of Ravelston (b 1569, d 28.05.1633, Master of the Mint)
  m. (1603) Janet Bannatine (dau of George Bannatine or Bannatyne)
  a. George Foulis of Ravelston (b 06.04.1606, Master of the Mint)
  m. Jean Sinclair (dau of Sir John Sinclair of Stevenson)
  (1) Sir John Foulis of Ravelston & Woodhall, 1st Bart (b 20.02.1638, d 05.08.1707) the first mentioned by BEB1841
  m1. (05.09.1661) Margaret Primrose (d 15.04.1690, dau of Sir Archibald Primrose, Bart of Carrington)
(A) Archibald Foulis of Dunipace (dsp 15.04.1685)
  (B) George Foulis, later Foulis-Primrose of Dunipace (b 10.05.1667, dvp 1707)
  m. (03.04.1691) Janet Cuningham (b c1666, d 29.12.1758, dau of Sir William Cuningham, Bart of Caprington)
  (i) Sir Archibald Foulis-Primrose of Ravelston & Dunipace, 2nd Bart (b c1692, d 15.11.1746)
  Sir Archibald was executed, and his title and estate forfeited, for his support of the 1745 rebellion.
  m1. Margaret Fleming (dsp, dau of John Fleming, 6th Earl of Wigton)
  m2. (19.11.1724) Mary Primrose (d 17.12.1746, dau of Archibald Primrose, 1st Earl of Rosebery)
  (a) Archibald Foulis (d unm 28.01.1747)
(b)+ 10 children - 7 daughters, 3 others (d 1746)
  (ii) Margaret Foulis
  m1. Peter Gordon of Abergeldie (d 09.1733)
  m2. (1736) Harry Lumsden of Cushnie
  (iii) Grizel Foulis (d unm)
  (C) William Foulis of Woodhall (b 20.05.1674, d 06.1737)
  m. Janet Cuningham
(i) John Foulis of Woodhall (b 25.02.1709, d 12.1732)
  m. (29.04.1731) Margaret Carnegie (dau of James Carnegie of Finavon)
  (a) William Foulis of Woodhall (b 06.11.1732, d 06.1796)
  m. _ Campbell (dau of _ Campbell of Carsebank)
  ((1)) Sir James Foulis of Woodhall, 7th Bart of Colinton (b 09.09.1770, d 02.05.1842) had issue
  m. (29.08.1810) Agnes Grieve (dau of John Grieve of Edinburgh)
  (D) Elizabeth Foulis
  m1. (04.07.1685) John Hay, younger of Linplum (dvp before 16.04.1687)
Elizabeth appears also to have married ...
  m2. Alexander Gibson of Durie (d 01.03.1729)
  m2. (28.08.1690) Anne or Agnes Dundas (dau of Walter Dundas of that ilk)
  m3. (29.03.1697) Mary Murray (d 27.12.1702, dau of John Murray of Polmaise)
  m4. (07.09.1703) Agnes Scot (bur 26.06.1720, widow of Andrew Bruce of Edinburgh)
  (2) George Foulis probably of this generation
  (A) Jean Foulis
  m. (1697) George Loch of Drylaw (bpt 28.03.1678, d 1733)
  (3) Marion Foulis probably of this generation
  m. (1661) James Hamilton of Mountainhall (d before 21.09.1681)
  (4) Isobel Foulis probably of this generation
m. (1673) James Loch, 2nd of Drylaw (bpt 03.05.1650, d 1690)
  b. Janet Foulis (b 18.04.1604)
  m. (21.06.1621) Gilbert Primrose (b 28.09.1595, d 1637)
  c. Agnes Foulis probably of this generation --
  m. Sir Adam Hepburn of Humbie --
  iii. Sir David Foulis, 1st Bart of Ingleby, Yorkshire (d 1642)
  m. Cordelia Fleetwood (dau of Sir William Fleetwood, recorder of London)
  iv. John Foulis of Leadhills
  a. Robert Foulis of Leadhills
  (1) Anne Foulis, heiress of Leadhills (d 1656)
  m. (14.01.1638) Sir James Hope of Hopetoun (bpt 12.07.13614, d 23.11.1661)
  v. Margaret Foulis (d 31.05.1609)
  m. (by 08.1597) Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Haddington (originally Earl of Melrose) (b 1563, d 29.05.1637)
  B. Agnes Foulis probably of this generation --
  m. John Hepburn of Kirklandhill (a 1586) --

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 19.10.20) : 'The History and Antiquities of Cleveland' (John Walker Ord, 1846, 'Pedigree of Foulis of Ingleby Manor', p432+)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 06.02.06, reviewed 19.10.20) : BP1934 ('Liston Foulis') with some input/support from 'The History and Antiquities of Cleveland' (John Walker Ord, 1846, 'Pedigree of Foulis of Ingleby Manor', p432) plus a little support from BEB1841 ('Foulis'), BP1870 ('Foulis of Ingleby Manor')
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