Glamis (Angus)

Records, sources & information about the Parish of Glamis

Parish number 289

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Births & baptisms
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Census records
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Clock & watch tax
Deaths & burials
Estate records
Farm horse tax
Heritors' records
Land owners
Ministers of the parish
Monumental inscriptions
Old parish registers
Parish Church
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Places of interest
Population statistics
Statistical Accounts
Testaments & wills
War memorials


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Arms of Lyon, Lord Glamis
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OPROld Parish Registers of Births/baptisms, Banns/marriages & Deaths/burials (pre-1855)


Books & articles


Statistical accounts of Glamis


Maps of Glamis

For the full range of maps of Glamis, see National Library's Maps.


Photographs of places

See Glamis - recent photographs of Glamis. National Grid ref. NO3846.


Glamis parish church

Located at National Grid ref. NO386468. Built 1792. The mediaeval kirk, dedicated to St Fergus, was one of those that belonged to Arbroath Abbey.

Photograph of Glamis Kirk   Another photo of Glamis Kirk

Above: Glamis kirk

The Strathmore vault, Glamis

Above: the burial vault of the earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne in Glamis kirkyard; it was the south transept of the former kirk, believed to have been built in the 15th century. See Historic Environment site record for St Fergus's Church, Glamis.


Parish ministers 1560-1942

adm.: admitted, ass.: assistant, bapt.: baptised, contr.: contract, dem.: demitted, dep.: deposed, ind.: inducted, lic.: licensed, mar.: married, min.: minister, ord.: ordained, pres.: presented, rel.: related, res.: resigned, suc.: successor, test.: testament, tr.: translated

James Rolland1564-1570vicar
Patrick Lyon1570son of James Lyon, burgess of Dundee; pres. to vicarage 11 Oct 1570 on death of James Rolland
Robert Boyd1567-1571min. 1567; tr. to Newtyle 1571
John Nevay of that ilk1571-1590min. of Newtyle in 1567; tr. & adm. ca. 1571, with Eassie, Lintrathen and Meathie in the charge; min. of Meathie 27 Apr 1577; still min. here 1590
Robert Ramsay1575-1601reader; pres. to vicarage 30 Oct 1575 on dem. of Patrick Lyon
Samuel Ramsay1595-ca. 1600min. 1595; tr. to Montrose 1599x1601
David Brown1601-1625min. of Nevay 1590, also having Eassie, Glamis and Lintrathen in the charge 1593, but Eassie alone in 1596; removed to Eassie 1597x1599; pres. on dem. of Robert Ramsay, tr. & adm. 1601; also held parsonage & vicarage of Clova, which he dem. bef. 1 Mar 1616; d. Mar 1625, an old man; mar.; issue: James, M.A.; Cath.; Geo.
Silvester Lammie1625-1665?son of George Lammie of Dunkenny; M.A. St Andrews 1617; pres. 4 Jul 1625; member of Commission of Assembly 1646; prob. d. bef. 20 Dec 1665; mar. Helen, eldest dau. of John Ogilvy of Balfour; issue: John, of Dunkenny and Balnamoon; Silvester, min. of Eassie; Eliz. (mar. Robert Douglas, bishop of Dunblane)
George Middleton1667-1685M.A.; adm. 5 Jun 1667; appointed regent, Kings Aberdeen 1671; dem. 1673; again min. here bef. 27 Jul 1684; dem. 11 Jan 1685 on appointment as principal of Kings
William Chalmers1674-1681b. ca. 1636, son of Wm C., min. of Fettercairn; M.A. Kings Aberdeen 1656; adm. to Bervie 4 May 1670; tr. & adm. 15 Apr 1674; d. Mar 1681; mar. (1) ---, dau. of Patrick Lyon, min. of Barry; mar. (2) 1676 Martha, dau. of Arthur Granger, min. of Panbride; issue: Patrick; Grizel; Helen
John Lyon1681-1684M.A.; tr. from Airlie & adm. 21 Dec 1681; tr. to Tealing bef. 27 Jul 1684
George Middleton1684-1685as above
John Balvaird primus1685-1698M.A. St Andrews 1642; ord. to Kirkden 13 Jun 1650; tr. & adm. 24 Sep 1685; d. 1 Mar 1698, aged ca. 76; mar. Eliz. Spalding; issue: John, min. here; Wm, min. of Kirkden; Alexr; David, servitor to earl of Strathmore; Robt; Marjory (mar. Robert Strachan, min. of Colvend); Margaret (mar. James Walker, min. of Buittle); Eliz.; Kath.
John Balvaird secundus1699-1716b. 1652, son of above; M.A. St Andrews 1670; adm. to Edzell soon aft. 4 Sep 1684; prob. outed from there 1699; intruded here 11 Jun 1699; studied medicine & became M.D.; dem. ca. 1716; d. 28 Oct 1740
William Dun1716-1725ord. to 2nd charge Inveresk MLN 12 Apr 1709; tr. & adm. 11 Nov 1716; d. 23 Nov 1725; mar. Eliz. Campbell, who survived him
James Ogilvy1726-1740ord. 21 Sep 1726; d. 20 Nov 1740
James Donaldson1741-1779descendant of Patrick Donaldson, portioner of Mains of Rattray; ord. 3 Sep 1741; d. 3 Dec 1779; mar. 1743 Margaret, dau. of James Adams, min. of Kinnaird; issue: Jean (mar. 1770 James Hay of Seggieden); Mary; Thos
James Lyon1780-1838b. 29 Mar 1759, son of George Lyon of Wester Ogil, min. of Longforgan PER; ord. 14 Sep 1780; D.D. Marischal 1823; d. 3 Apr 1838, father of the synod; mar. 1786 Agnes, elder dau. of John Ramsay L'Amy of Dunkenny [a poetess]; issue: Agnes Hamilton (mar. Wm Rogers, min. of Rescobie); Geo., of Snowdon House, Stirling; James; Margaret; Ann Dempster; Janet; Wm, min. of Union Chapel, Aberdeen; Barbara Kath.; Jane Playfair; Stewart [f.]
Thomas Jackson Crawford1838-1844M.A.; tr. from Cults FIF & adm. 20 Sep 1838; D.D. St Andrews 1844; tr. to St Andrew's Edinburgh 16 Aug 1844
John Alexander Castlemaine Tannoch1844-1872b. 17 Feb 1805, eldest son of James T., soldier, Indian Army; ord. to St David's Edinburgh 9 Feb 1837; tr. to Kinross 27 Sep 1842; tr. & adm. 31 Oct 1844; D.D. Marischal 1854; d. 28 Sep 1872; mar. 1844 Anna, dau. of Capt. George Macpherson, R.N.; issue: Margaret Macpherson; Jane Reid (mar. William Waddell, min. of Fern); Sarah Mackintosh; Anna; John; Mary Jane; Geo. Macpherson
John Stevenson1873-1903b. 17 Jul 1836, son of Patk James S., D.D., min. of Coupar Angus; ass. Aberdeen West; ord. to Millbrex 19 Jul 1861; tr. to Dun 3 Aug 1865; tr. & adm. 6 Feb 1873; LL.D.(St Andrews 1888); d. 27 Nov 1903 Glamis; mycologist; mar. 1864 Eliz., dau. of John Valentine, land & mill owner, Canada; issue: Patrick James; Emily Annie; Mary Henrietta (mar. Maunsell Grant Mackintosh Donald, min. of Kinnettles)
John Stirton1904-1919b. 3 Sep 1871 Perth, son of John S., merchant; M.A. Glasgow 1894, B.D. St Andrews 1897; tutor to Archibald Alexander, earl of Leven and Melville; ass. St Giles Edinburgh 1897-1902; ord. to Corsock 25 Sep. 1902; tr. & adm. 19 May 1904; tr. to Crathie ABD 2 Apr 1919; appointed chaplain to king 1920; D.D. St Andrews 1926; C.V.O. 1936; led procession of clergy at coronation, Westminster Abbey, 1937; dem. from Crathie 3 Sep 1941; d. 9 Oct 1944 Edinburgh; mar. 1917 Edith Georgina Katherine, only dau. of George Dickson of Monybuie, Sheriff-substitute of Dumfries and Galloway
Matthew Babington1919-1942b. 15 Apr 1877 Kilwinning AYR, son of Robt B.; M.A. 1900 B.D. 1903 Glasgow; ord. to Toward 29 Sep 1909; dem. 3 Oct 1916; ass. St Mary's Dundee 1916-9; adm. 18 Dec 1919; d. 7 June 1942 Dundee; mar. 1927 Anna Arnot Bell or Whyte
Hugh Gow Mhuir Watson [or Muir Watson]1942-1962-?b. 1901 Glasgow; from St George's, Lamlash; ind. Dec 1942; d. 13 Mar 1982; mar. 1938 Ann B. Llewellyn


Monumental inscriptions

Monuments in Glamis Kirkyard bearing pre-1855 information (ca. 200 stones) are listed in Alison Mitchell (ed.), "Pre-1855 Monumental Inscriptions in Angus, Vol. 1: Strathmore" (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy Soc., 1993), which can be bought from the Scottish Genealogy Society. (It's listed as "Angus MI - Vol. 1. Pre-1855 Strathmore" in their online shop.)

Andrew Jervise recorded some monuments at Glamis in his Epitaphs & Inscriptions, vol. 1, pp. 180-6 and Charles Rogers also recorded several verses on stones there in his Monuments & Monumental Inscriptions in Scotland, vol. 2, pp. 231-5.


Glamis war memorial
Located at NO382466

Capt. The Hon. Fergus Lyon - B.W.
Capt. D. Maxwell, M.C. with bar - B.W.
Lieut. Alex. McGregor - B.W.
Sgt. Alex. Smart - B.W.
L/Cpl. John M. Johnstone - B.W.
Pte. Peter Crighton - B.W.
Pte. David Fearn - B.W.
Pte. Peter Gordon - B.W.
Pte. Andrew Hill - B.W.
Pte. James Kinnison - B.W.
Pte. James Ritchie - B.W.
Cpl. John D. Ellson - N.Z. Forces
Cpl. Robert Gibson - N.Z. Forces
Cpl. David A. Ross - N.Z. Forces
Cpl. John Tosh - C.H.
Spr. R. T. Johnston - R.E.


Glamis war memorial 1914-19

Pte. James Hood - N.Z. Forces
Cpl. Alex. Scott - H.L.I.
L/Cpl. Andrew Suttie - H.L.I.
Pte. Jas R. Buchanan - H.L.I.
Pte. John Clark - Can. Forces
Pte. W. Guild - Can. Forces
Cpl. John R. Maxwell - F.&F. Yeoy.
Cpl. Edward Taylor - R.S.
Pte. David Fyffe - A.&S.H.
Pte. Charles Leonard - E.Lancs.
Pte. Charles Milne - G.H.
Pte. Harry Small - S.H.
Pte. George Kydd - Ausn. Forces
Gunr. William C. Grant - R.G.A.
Pte. F. Munro - Can. Fcs.

Glamis war memorial 1939-45 1939-1945

Capt. The Hon. John Patrick Bowes Lyon, Master of Glamis - S.G.
R.O. James Alexander Batchelor, M.N.
P.O. Alexander Watson Farquharson, D.F.M. - R.A.F.
Gnr. William Melvin Thomson - R.A.
Pte. George Macdougall Waterston - 1st Para. Bgde.

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Births, Marriages & Deaths, 1855 to present

Indexes and actual records for Statutory Registers of Births, Marriages & Deaths, beginning 1 Jan 1855, are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.

Births, Marriages & Deaths, before 1855

Indexes and actual records for all extant Old Parish Registers (OPRs) (pre-1855) of the Established Church of Scotland are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.


Church Session Records of Glamis Parish Church

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. CH2/170/...
Heritors' minutes1793, 18031
Account of the parish17911
Division of church seating17931
Provisions for schoolmaster18231


Glamis Heritors' records

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. HR760/...
Papers re transference of property to Church of Scotland General Trustees1926-19281


Land owners

There were 4 proprietors of land in the parish in 1842:


Estate records

Papers of Bowes-Lyon Family, Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, - National Register of Archives for Scotland ref. NRAS885 [privately held papers]


Census records

Records of the official censuses of the parish in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 and 1921 are held in Register House, Edinburgh and are open to the public on payment of a fee.

Indexes to all the original census records, and the records themselves, can be accessed online at modest charge at ScotlandsPeople.

Microfilm copies are also widely available in libraries. The 1881 census is available on CD-ROM.

The early censuses of 1801-31 do not name individuals.


Population statistics

17551780Dr Alexander Webster
1783about 2040Old Statistical Account
1836104511052150New Statistical Account

After change of parish boundary:



Testaments & wills

Glamis was in the Commissariot of St Andrews.

Indexes to all extant pre-1926 testamentary records (wills & inventories of moveable property) can be searched free of charge at ScotlandsPeople. Digital (and paper) copies of the documents can be purchased at that site. See further the introduction to Angus & Kincardineshire at Testaments.

Testaments of Glamis people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of St Andrews, 1549-1823

Margaret Adamsspouse to Mr James Donaldson, minister at Glamis10 Jun 1775
John Allan youngerin Denhead of Ogilvie26 Apr 1619
Silvester Allardycein Glamis17 Nov 1718
Thomas Allardycein Glamis21 Jul 1625
James Badenochfarmer, Mains of Glammis, thereafter at Johnston, Laurencekirk21 Oct 1803
John Balharriepar. of Glamis27 Oct 1674
Mr John Balvairdsometime minister at Glamis26 May 1702
Gilbert Barriein Milntoun of Ogilvie10 Feb 1676
Alexander Belliein Newtoun of Glamis21 Jan 1629
Andrew Blackiein the Glen of Ogilvie26 Nov 1614
Thomas Blackiein Glen of Ogilvie15 Apr 1637
John Blaircotterman in Chappellfuird3 Mar 1600
John Blairat Kilmundie23 Jan 1615
David Brownminister at Glamis2 Dec 1625
Peter Brownflax-dresser in Glamis17 Aug 1785
Silvester Brownin Woodend of Ogilvie 15 Oct 1613
Isobel Buchanspouse to John Newtoune, in Nether Drumgley22 Oct 1624
James Burn of Wester Denoonpar. of Glamis24 Jan 1750
James Carterin Glamis19 Jun 1618
John Cathroin Dryburnes3 Oct 1638
John Chaplaintenant in Lochmylne13 Aug and 3 Sep 1701
Catherine Clerkspouse to William Donaldson, in Newtoune of Glamis21 Apr 1618
Agnes Cuthbertwidow in Drumgley18 Aug 1620
William Dempsterin the Cottartoun of Glamis26 Nov 1617
Mirabill Denspouse to James Blair, in Glen of Ogilvie27 May 1617
Christiane Deucharsspouse to James Samsone, in Craw-nest of Glen of Ogilvie23 Apr 1628
John Dogsometime in Wedderlaws5 Dec 1618
George Doigshoemaker in Glamis31 Mar 1783 and 25 Aug 1784
Thomas Donaldsonin the Cottoun of Thomastoun21 Feb 1637
Barbara Durhamspouse to Thomas Fothringhame of Dynone8 Oct 1640
James Elderin Glamis29 Apr 1691
Robert Fairweatherin Chaippilmoss, in Glen of Ogilvie5 Oct 1619
David Falconerin Glamis27 Mar 1616
John Fergusonservant man in Glen of Ogilvie25 Feb 1600
Margaret Finlayspouse to John Adam, in Nether Drumylay29 Jul 1724
John Flemingand Isobel Luke, his spouse, in Glamis11 Feb 1652
Robert Fullartonin Milne of Ogilvie14 Jan 1618
William Gammockwriter in Glamis23 Apr 1785
Janet Gibbspouse to John Law, in Cottertoun of Haystoun8 Mar 1619
James Gibsonin Drumgley27 Mar 1641
Agnes Gilliesin Newtoun of Glamis22 Oct 1638
Thomas Guthrietenant at Scroggarfield23 Oct 1820
Janet Heirspouse to John Henrie, in Meikle Kilmundie14 Jul 1621
Andrew Hendersonweaver in Miltoun of Glen of Ogilvie20 Jul 1675
Margaret Hendersonin Meikle Kilmundie12 Jun 1620
William Hendersonin Glen of Ogilvie8 Apr 1641
Isobel Hoodspouse to Thomas Guild, in Cossins6 Dec 1616
John Hunterin Glamis28 Aug 1674
Isobel Hutcheonsometime spouse to Alexander Milne, cotterman in Kilmundie17 Mar 1600
Sir George Innes of Easter Dinnoone, knight baronetpar. of Glamis24 Nov 1698 and 14 Oct 1702
Isobel Innesspouse to William Ruthven, in Easter Dinnune, and sister-german to Sir George Innes of Easter Dinnune, knight baronet10 Sep 1707
Janet Ironsin Glamis6 Jul 1615
Alison Keillspouse to John Lyone, in Midletoune of Ogilvie12 Feb 1629
John Kinnearin Haltoun of Ogilvie6 May 1641
Margaret Kinnearspouse to John Stewart, in Balmunde27 Apr 1614
William Kinnearcotterman, sometime in Haltoun of Ogilvie17 Mar 1600
Adam Kydin Glamis18 Jul 1617
Catherine Kydspouse to John Syme, wobster in Claypotts14 Jul 1621
Agnes Laingwidow in the Glen of Ogilvie18 Oct 1613
John Laingin Milnetoune of Ogilvie2 Apr 1618
Oliver Lambiecotterman, sometime in Kilmundie17 Mar 1600
Agnes Langlandsspouse to Alexander Smith, in Drumlay16 Oct 1649
John Lowtailor in Glamis19 & 20 Jul 1815
George Luke (Louk)in Glamis15 Apr 1637
Alexander Lyonin Glamis29 Jul 1637
Frederick Lyonin Arnafoull15 Oct 1687 and 11 Mar 1692
Janet Lyonspouse to Andrew Syme, in Glen of Ogilvie18 Mar 1637
John Lyon of Wasthillpar. of Glamis30 May 1637
Patrick Lyon, Earl of Kinghorne, Lord Lyon and Glamis30 Apr 1616
Margaret McReathspouse to James Clyde, in Little Cossins18 May 1615
Alexander Mackiein Woodend of Glen of Ogilvie13 Oct 1681
John Martinin Newtone of Glamis2 Jan 1650
Andrew Mathiein Tempiltoun of Thorntoun25 Jun 1616
James Mitchellin Haystown30 Jun 1797
Helen Nicollspouse to John Blair, in Raits5 May 1619
Thomas Nicollin Meikle Kilmundie22 Jan 1638
Robert Oslertenant in Over Middleton in Glen Ogilvie9 Nov 1814
George Parkerin Glamis5 Oct 1619
Patrick Philipin the Newtoun of Glamis31 Jul 1637
Marjorie Porterspouse to John Low, at the Walk milne25 Jun 1616
Edward Prettin Glamis13 Sep 1648
Edward Prettiein Glamis28 Apr 1651
John Pynnellin Cottoun of Dourbyn24 Feb 1614
Andrew Ramsayin Glamis21 Jul 1625
James Ramsayat the Barns of Glamis20 Jun 1626
Mary Ramsayrelict of John Lyon of Westhall14 Mar 1649
Robert Ramsaytenant in Middleton, Glen of Ogilvie11 Nov 1817
George Reidin Cottoune of Glamis3 May 1621
John Reidin Glen of Ogilvie1 Feb 1614
John Rhindin Balnamoir of Glamis3 Oct 1723
John Rochecotterman, sometime in Kilmundie17 Mar 1600
Janet Rodgerspouse to Andrew Wobster, in the Glen of Ogilvie18 May 1614
William Ruthvenin Dunnoone, lawful son to the deceased William Ruthven of Garden [Gardyne]30 Apr 1703
Elspet Scottin Dinune17 Mar 1600
Bessie Shepherdspouse to James Kid, in Glamis5 Jun 1616
Katherine Shepherdresidenter in Glamis, relict of James Horn, sometime blacksmith at Bridgend of Glamis13 Jan 1794
Andrew Simpsonin Wester Dinnown16 Jun 1688
John Skirlingin Drumgly26 Oct 1685
Alexander Smithcarter at Glamis20 & 28 Feb 1810
Catherine Smithsometime spouse to William Smyth, in Drimgley1 Oct 1605
William Smithin Glamis19 Jul 1626
Bessie Soutarsometime spouse to John Mitchelsoun, brabonar in Cottoun in Easter Dynnown1 Oct 1605
Margaret Storrarspouse to Andrew Blair, in Glen of Ogilvie23 Apr 1628
Robert Thaynein Milnetoun of Ogilvie29 Apr 1616
Alexander Thomsonin Cottertoun of Thorntoun13 Mar 1618
Janet Thomsonsometime spouse to Robert Fullarton, browster and cotterman in Dinune18 Mar 1600
John Thomsonin Arnasowle7 Jul 1620
Elspet Thorntonspouse to James Wat, in Haystoun19 Jun 1617
Gilbert Thornton of that Ilkpar. of Glamis21 Jan 1618
John Thornton youngerspouse to Alison Butter, in Glamis6 Dec 1616
John Thorntonground officer in the Lordship of Glamis28 Aug 1777
Alexander Wallisin Cottoun of Drumgley2 Nov 1621
Janet Watsonsometime spouse to Silvester Broune, cotterman in Woodend17 Mar 1600
David Watterstounin Dennoyne11 Jun 1651
John Webstercotterman in Wester Dynoyne25 Feb 1600
Agnes Weyldspouse to Walter Duncan, cotterman in Caldsyde17 Mar 1600
Janet Wilkiespouse to David Wilson, in Drumgley17 Jan 1617
James Williamsonin Glen of Ogilvie6 Feb 1637
Janet Williamsonspouse to Thomas Cathrow, in Hamdiweik21 Aug 1619
Christian Wilsonspouse to William Lyoune, in Ogilvie12 Jun 1620
Janet Wilsonspouse to John Smyth, in Scrogarfeld24 Feb 1619
Thomas Wishartat the Myln of Glamis18 Feb 1675
Andrew Wrightin Reidie10 Jul 1637
Alexander Youngblacksmith in Glamis4 Aug 1787

Testaments registered at St Andrews that have been lost, for which only entries in the minute books are extant

Alexander Jack and James Jackin Glamis14 Dec 1737
James Jackbrewer in Glamis, and George Jack, his son14 Jul 1736
Walter Lorimersometime at Glammer at Glamis, and last in par. of Mains24 Jul 1766
Janet Neavespouse to John Nicol, in Arnipat16 Dec 1768
John Taylor youngerweaver in Glamis12 Aug 1730

Testaments of Glamis people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1514-1600

Andro Hendersonin Haystoun, par. of Glamis19 Feb 1577-8
Margaret Hogspous to George Douglas, in Newtoun of GlamysFeb 1565
John Lyon lord GlammisChancellor of Scotland25 Jun 1578
John Monorgundat the Mylne of Dennone, par. of Glammis in Angus27 Apr 1592
Alexander Nicholin Easter-Dynnune, par. of Glammis, sher. of Forfar26 Feb 1592-3
Marjorie Ogilviesometime spouse to Robert Lyon, in Scrogerfeild, par. of Glammis, sher. of Forfar2 Aug 1595
Elspeth Parkerrelict of Andro Henryson, in Haystoun, par. of Glammis21 Feb 1577-8
Christiane Thomsonsometime spouse to umquhile Alexander Mertene, in Wester-Cottoun of Dennuine, par. of Glamis in Angus26 Mar 1588
George Walkerin Drumgley, par. of Glammis5 May 1582
David Whytein Nether-Drumgley, par. of Glammis20 Oct 1580
William Whytein Drumgley, par. of Glammis in Angus7 Aug 1595

Testaments of Glamis people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1601-1700

George Fithie (Fethie)in the Newtown of Glammis, par. of Glammis, sher. of Forfar29 Dec 1602
Alexander Fullartoun of Denunepar. of Glammis, in Angus14 Mar 1603
Sara Fullartounsometime spouse to Thomas Ogilvie, in Tarbray, par. of Glammis, in Angus22 Aug 1608
Robert Lyonin Drumgley, par. of Glammis, in Angus25 May 1605
Margaret Smithin Newtown of Glamis, in Angus9 Mar 1603
John Thorntonin Glammes, sher. of Angus25 Aug 1603
John Thornton of that ilkpar. of Glammis, in Angus27 May 1607

Testaments of Glamis people from the Registers of Testaments of the Commissariot and Sheriff Court of Edinburgh, 1701-1823

John Bowes Lyon, earl of Strathmore5 Jan 1822 [SC70/1/26]


Clock & watch tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Glamis:

NRS ref. E326/12/2/43


Farm horse tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Glamis:


Places of interest


This page updated 16 Sep 2022