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Books about Pitfour:
Lord Pitfour reporter. August 26. 1765. Information for Isabel Macneil, relict of Neil Campbell of Dunstaffnage... by Isabel MacNeil (Aug 6, 2010)
Lord Pitfour reporter. November 14. 1767. Memorial for Mess. Pewtress and Robarts, bankers in London, and George... by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Sep 17, 2010)
In the House of Lords. The creditors of the York-Building Company, appellants. James Ferguson of Pitfour, Esq;... by James Ferguson (May 28, 2010)
To be reported by Lord Pitfour. July 5. 1766. Memorial for Colin Campbell of Ederline, trustee for Angus Campbell... by Colin Campbell (Jun 10, 2010)
To be reported by Lord Pitfour. Memorial for Colin Campbell of Ederline, Esq; pursuer; against Mrs Isabel Macneil... by Colin Campbell (Jun 10, 2010)
Lord Pitfour reporter. April 20. 1768. Information for James Warroch, clerk to Dr Roebuck and Company, at Borrowstounness... by James Warroch (Jun 10, 2010)
Lord Pitfour reporter. Information for Mr. John Macaulay, minister of the gospel at Inveraray, charger; against... by John Macaulay (Jun 10, 2010)
Wiki information Pitfour:
The Pitfour estate in the Buchan area of north-east Scotland was an ancient barony encompassing most of the extensive Longside Parish, stretching from St Fergus to New Pitsligo. It was purchased in 1700 by James Ferguson of Badifurrow, who became the...
Pitfour Castle is an 18th-century country house situated on the southeast edge of the village of St Madoes in the Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire, Scotland. It is a Category A listed building.