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Families covered: Threipland of Fingask

(1) The following section was first launched on 06.12.05 as a section of a Temporary page where it was updated on 01.02.06. It was moved here after review led to acceptance that there was little chance of our making a significant improvement to it in the near future and that it was 'good enough' to be promoted into the main database.
(2) The following family's name has been spelled in many ways including Threipland, Threapland, Thriepland, Thripland, Threepland and Treplan.
(3) A web site that provides information on Fingask Castle (see here) reports that "The Threiplands first came to Fingask at the end of the 16th Century, when Partick (sic) Threipland married a Miss Bruce. The Bruces has lived at Fingask since at least the 14th Century."
Patrick Threipland
m. _ Bruce (presumed heir of Fingask) presumed parents of ...
1. ?? Threipland presumed intervening generation, father or grandfather of ...
  A. Andrew Threipland or Thriepland of Perth the first mentioned by our Main Sources
i. Sir Patrick Thriepland or Threipland, Provost of Perth, 1st Bart of Fingask Castle (d 1689)
  m. (13.03.1665) Euphemia Conqueror (dau of John Conqueror of Frierton)
  a. Sir David Threipland, 2nd Bart of Fingask Castle (d 1746)
  Sir David supported the Jacobite rebellion in 1715, was attainted, and forfeited his title and estates.
  m1. (1688) Elizabeth Ramsay (dau of Sir James Ramsay, Bart of Bamff)
  (1) Elizabeth Threipland probably of this generation, of this marriage
  m. Robert Graham (of family of Balgowan)
  (2)+ 7 sons (dvpsp) and 2 other daughters
m2. (1707) Catherine Smith (d 18.03.1762, dau of David Smith of Barnhill (by Barbara, dau of Alexander Bruce of Cultmalindy), widow of ?? Williamson of Perth)
  (11) (Sir) Stuart Threipland, '3rd Bart' of Fingask Castle (b 26.05.1716, d 02.02.1805, physician, youngest son)
  Stuart supported the Jacobite rebellion in 1745 but managed to repurchase the family estates.
  m1. (05.03.1753) Janet Sinclair (dau of David Sinclair of Southdun)
  (A) issue - David (dvpsp 1778), Janet (dsp)
  m2. (19.08.1761) Janet Budge-Murray of Pennyland & Toftinghall (dau of Richard Murray by sister of William Budge)
  (C) Sir Patrick Murray Budge Threipland, 3rd/4th Bart of Fingask Castle (b 11.1762, d 11.01.1837)
  Sir Patrick was successful in having the title restored.
  m. (27.03.1792) Jessy Murray Scott Kerr (b c1768, d 19.01.1855, dau of William Scott Kerr of Chatto)
  (i) Sir Patrick Murray Threipland, 4th/5th Bart of Fingask Castle (b 26.05.1800, d unm 30.04.1882)
Fingask passed to his cousin, William Scott Kerr, who assumed the name Murray-Threipland but later sold Fingask.
  (ii)+ other issue - Jessy, Eliza, Catherine
  (D) Stuart Moncreiff Threipland (d 1838)
  m. Elizabeth Campbell (dau of Walter Campbell of Shawfield)
  (E)+ other issue - Richard, David, daughter
  (12)+ 1 son (dvp) and 4 daughters
  b. Euphame Thriepland
  m. (27.04.1676) Alexander Rose, Bishop of Moray then Edinburgh, Primus of Scottish Episcopal Church (d 20.03.1720)
  c.+ 5 other daughters
  ii. Marjorie Threipland probably of this generation
  m. Patrick Carnegy, 1st of Lour (d 07.12.1723)
  Described in the Pitcairn records as daughter of Sir Patrick, 1st Bart, but the dates suggest she was his sister rather than his daughter, was ...
  iii. Margaret Threipland
  m. (1665) Alexander Pitcairn of Forthar, 18th of that ilk (d before 06.1722)

Main source(s): BP1870 ('Threipland'), BLG1952 ('Murray-Threipland of Dale and Toftinghall and of New House'), TCB (vol 4, 'Thriepland or Threipland of Fingask', p356+)
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