|Statement||John Malcolm Bulloch.|
He was the son of Mr William Gordon of Cairnfield, and was served heir to his father in the lands of Rothiemay May 7, The following data refer to him. , July. — John Gordon of Cairnfield was one of the cautioners bound to pay merks to the late Sir James Gordon of Lesmoir (Littlejohn's "Sheriff Court," ii. ). John Gordon of Cairnfield, by the first wife. John Gordon, II. of Cairnfield. He was the son of Mr William Gordon of Cairnfield, and was served heir to his father in the lands of Rothiemay May 7, The following data refer to him. , July. — John Gordon of Cairnfield was one of the cautioners bound to pay merks to the late Sir. gordonsofcairnfield andtheirholdonthelandsof echres,auchinhalrig,ardneidlie, cufurrach,mayne,myrieton,coy- nach,whitburn,lunan,briggs, arradoulandrosieburn j.m. GB MS and GB MS Family and estate papers concerning the affairs of the Gordons of Buthlaw, Newtyle and Cairness, Aberdeenshire, dating from the mid-seventeenth century until the death of Charles Thomas Gordon, 4th laird of Cairness, in The collection comprises estate and family papers, accounts, correspondence, legal documents, plans, rentals, account books, ledgers.
Dr J M Bulloch "From Cairnfield to Canada - A Rosieburn Pilgrim" TBFC (), p Dr J M Bulloch "The Gordons of Cairnfield and Rosieburn" TBFC p About Listed Buildings. Historic Environment Scotland is responsible for designating sites and places at the national level. Rathven (Scots: Raffin) is an ecclesiastical parish, village and former civil parish in the historic county of Banff, now in Moray, civil parish was last used as a census subdivision in when the population , The former burgh of Buckie is the largest settlement in the parish, which also includes Findochty and Portknockie. History of the House of Gordon, XVIII Vols. by Edward Gordon of Cairnfield Vol. I p. 1 "About this collection - The manuscripts of the History of the House of Gordon, compiled by the late Edward Gordon of Cairnfild, were placed by his son, George Gordon of Cairnfild, in the Library of King’s College, Aberdeen, Scotland. Gordon's adversary of 9 August , Jurien, survived the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars to become an Admiral and to die in Paris in References: Asiatic Annual Register, Oriental Herald and Colonial Review, Country Life, , Vol, p. ‘Gordons of Cairnfield and Rosieburn’, Dr J.M. Bulloch, Leith,
John Gordon Esq. James McWilliam Tenant. James Geddes, Smerick: An ordinary sized dwelling house, having a court of farm offices, a large garden, & an arable farm attached - in the occupation of James McWilliam and the property of John Gordon Esq. of Cairnfield. Until the 's Cairnfield was the ancestral home of the. Gordons of Cairnfield. The service wing (mid-later 18th century former kitchen) is. similar to the 18th century mirrored wings at Rannas, also. Rathven parish, flanking the court fronting a former mansion. The situation at Cairnfield . Alexander Gordon 8th Laird of Abergeldie Testament Dative () to John Gordone of Brachly dated the Fyftine day of November Jai by Eighty four years and Logra in the Shirriff Court Books of Aberdeen the twenty Eight day of June Jai by four score and eight years and in ane obligation yeof made by the said John Gordone to Alexr. The Gordons O' Girnoc: My Family - 'Camlet John' The Girnoc Farms Past Research Location Map Gordon Tombstones Sources Home: Link to the Index of Bulloch Papers on this Site: John Malcolm Bulloch () John Malcolm Bulloch was born in and graduated MA from the University of Aberdeen, in