'Nairne2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Nairne of Elie, Nairn of Greenyards, Nairn of Mukkersy, Nairn of Strathurd
[This page was originally uploaded as Nairne3. It was renamed on 15.03.15.]

John Nairn of Mukkersy (d before 08.02.1540-1)
m. (before 12.1511) Margaret Olpihant
1. George Nairn of Mukkersy (a 07.1553)
  A. George Nairn of Mukkersy (d 02.1592-3)
  m1. ?? assumed all to be by George's first wife were ...
  i. John Nairn of Mukkersy
  a. George Nairn (dsp)
b. Thomas Nairn of Mukkersy (d after 1612)
  m. Elizabeth Fyfe
  (1) George Nairn (dvp)
  (2) Robert Nairn of Mukkersy, Garden, Strathurd, etc (d 02.1652)
  m. Catherine Preston (dau of Sir John Preston of Penicuik, Lord President)
  (A) Sir Robert Nairn of Strathurd, 1st Lord Nairn (d 30.05.1683)
  m. (by 1669) Margaret Graeme (bur 03.05.1704, dau of Patrick Graeme, 5th of Inchbrakie)
  (i) child (b 16.12.1669, bur 24.03.1670)
  (ii) Margaret Nairn (b c1673, d 14.11.174)
  m. William Murray, 2nd Lord Nairn (b c1664, d 03.02.1726)
(B) John Nairn of Mukkersy
  m. (25.02.1647) Barbara Cant (dau of John Cant of Morton)
  (i) Margaret Nairn
  m. (c1690) Alexander Carnegie (later Blair) of Kinfauns (b c1650, d 14.11.1691)
  (ii) Jean Nairn (d before 11.05.1683)
  (C) Alexander Nairn of Greenyards (b 10.09.1630, d 01.1684)
  m. Euphame Easton (d 05.1686)
  (i) Alexander Nairn of Greenyards
  (D) James Nairn (b 06.12.1631)
  (E) William Nairn (d Worcester 1651)
  (F) Agnes Nairn
  m. William Blair of Tarsappic
  (G) Elizabeth Nairn (b 06.04.1635, bur 20.01.1676)
  m. Sir David Falconer of Newton (b c1639, d 15.12.1685, Lord of Session as Lord Newton)
  (H) Catherine Nairn probably of this generation
  m. (mcrt 1653) James Ogilvy of Muirtown & Cluny
  c. Archibald Nairn (d before 02.04.1627)
  m. Katherine Ramsay
  (1) John Nairn
  d. Alexander Nairn (a 10.1599)
  e. Helen Nairn
  f. Margaret Nairn
  m. (mcrt 28.08.1578) William Gray of Lynedoch
  ii.+ other issue (George, William, Robert, Alexander, James, Thomas, Isobel)
  m2. (mcrt 29.04.1558) Elizabeth / Isobel Adamson (d before 03.11.1564)



David Nairne of Newton Rires, later in Elie, Fife (a 1604)
1. William Nairne
  m. Bessie Small
  A. Alison Nairne
2. Peter Nairne of Elie (d before 1678)
  m. Margaret Wood (d 1706, possibly sister of Andrew, Bishop of Moray)
  A. James Nairne of Elie (b 1648, Captain)
  m. (1678) Janet Small (dau of John Small by Margaret, dau/coheir of Simon Lucklaw of Newton Rires)
  i. James Nairne (b 1680, d 1771, minister of Forgan then East Anstruther)
  m. (1706) Ann Anderson (dau of John Anderson, principal of St. Leonard's in St. Andrews)
  a. John Nairne (b 1711, d 1795, minister of East Anstruther)
  m. (1749) Elizabeth Gordon (dau of Alexander Gordon (WS))
  (1) James Nairne (b 1750, d 1819, minister of Pittenweem)
  m. (1778) Helen Kyd (dau of James Kyd of Cragie)
  (A) James Nairne (d 1782, dsp 1847, 2nd son)
  m. (1807) Elizabeth Hill
  (B) Alexander Nairne
  m. (1824) Ann Spencer Demett
  (C) CXharles Nairne (d 1837)
  m. (1820) Amelia Forbes Bell
  (D) Hannah Nairne
  m. (1805) John Forman (WS)
  (E) Ann Nairne
  m. (1817) William Scott ("of the Stock Exchange")
  (F)+ other issue - John (d unm 1807), Elizaeth (d 1788)
  (2) Alexander Nairne (b 1753)
  m. (1794) Margaret Anderson (d 1836, dau of James Anderson of Newbigging)
  (3) Peter Nairne (b 1761, d unm 1786)
(4) Helen Nairne
  m. (1780) George Hall of Dundee (son of George)
  (5) Ann Nairne
  m. (1780) Alexander Wood of Elie
  (6) Jean Nairne
  m. (1779) James Forrester (minister of Kilrenny)
  b.+ 3 children (d young)
  ii. Peter Nairne (4th son) had issue
  m. (1715) Susanna Nairne (cousin)
  iii. Jean Nairne
  m. Philip Brown
  iv. Christian Nairne
  m. (1741-2) William Dalgleish of Scotscraig (minister of Ferryport-on-Craig)
  v.+ other issue - John (b 1682, d young?), Alexander, Robert, Thomas (Surgeon), John (b 1695), Margaret
  B. Robert Nairne (b 1655) had issue
  m. Susanna Duncan
  C.+ other issue - Peter (b 1659), Margaret (b 1657), Catherine (b 1661), Agnes (b 1665)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 02.07.03) : TSP (Nairn)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 15.03.13) : 'The East Neuk of Fife' (2nd edition by Rev. Walter Wood, 1887, p200+)
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