Est 1512 - 1580
||Andrew MUNRO, of Culnauld [1, 2] |
||of Culnauld |
||Of, Culanald, Nigg Par., Scotland
||11 Jan 1580
||23 Apr 2011 |
||Andrew Beg MUNRO, of Milntown, b. 1492, d. Oct 1519, Milntown Castle, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland |
||Euffem DUNBAR, b. 1496, , , , Scotland , d. , , Ross and Cromarty, Scotland |
||Anne ROSS, b. Abt 1514, d. Yes, date unknown |
|>||1. Euphemia MUNRO, b. Est 1533, d. Yes, date unknown|
|>||2. George MUNRO, Of Knocksworth, b. Abt 1562, Of, Knocksworth , d. 23 Aug 1640|
| ||3. Hugh MUNRO, b. Est 1564, d. Yes, date unknown|
||20 Jan 2009 |
[Andrew Munro] «i»Third son of Andrew Beg Monro of Milntown (died 1519), & Euphemia Dunbar; received estate of Culnauld, or Culnaha (parish of Nigg) as bequest from father; Crown confirmed grant of half lands and town of Nigg by John Leslie Bishop of Ross, Married (1) Ellen Sutherland with issue- David (successor died 1596); (2) Anne Ross with issue - George of Knocksworth; Hugh, daughter Euphemia m Hugh Munro of Teaninich on record as portioner of Nigg 1563, of Nigg 1566 then Hugh Ross of Tollie; Cullynald was part of Nigg propertyof Nigg 1579; died December, 1580 or 11 Jan 1580/1 (retour to son Calendar of Fearn)
Munro Tree L/101, M/9 for d Euphemia; Edinburgh Testaments 5 june, 1596; Register of Deeds RD 1/47/436-7 per Adam; RMS iv 2757 from manuscript; Mackenzie 273, 300; Writs Nos. 114,115,117; Celtic Magazine x 111; Gayres Book iv 3, 8n; Allan Papers No. 3; Calendar of Fearn (ed. RJ Adam), 135,163,165,202-4, 244; Origines Parochiales Scotiae ii (ii) 457 from register of the Privy Seal of Scotland xlix f 57 printed viii 1087; Lindores Chartulary (SHS)«/i»
(R.W. Munro's genealogy notes)
The first wife of Andrew Munro of Culanald was a daughter of John Sutherland of Inchfuare.
Ref: The Munro Tree (1734) L/101
Ref: "The Munro Tree (1734)" by R. W. Munro - L/3
"Andrew Beg Munro of Miltown married Euffem Dunbar daughter to the Laird of Tarbet by whom he and George William of Meikle Allan and Andrew of Culanald and a naturall son called Thomas."
Ref: "The Munro Tree (1734)" by R. W. Munro - L/101
"Andrew of Culanald married a daughter of John Sutherland of Inchfuare by whom he had David he next married a daughter of Achnacloichs by her he had George and Hugh."
"Andrew of Culnald, son of Andrew, d 11 Jan 1580;...dr Euphemia..."
Ref: "History of the Munros" by A. Mackenzie - p. 273
Ref: "History of the Munros of Fowlis" by A. Mackenzie -Inverness (1898) - p.
The Munros of Culnauld, now Culnaha.
I. Andrew Munro, first of Culnauld, was the third son of Andrew Beg Monro, III. of Milntown, now New Targat, by his wife Euphemia, daughter of James Dunbar of Tarbat and Ballone Castle, Easter Ross, and grand-daughter of Sir James Dunbar of Westfield, County of Moray. The estate of Culnauld, parish of Nigg, was bequeathed to Andrew by his father. In 1582, James VI. confirms a grant to Andrew Munro of Culnaha by John Leslie, Bishop of Ross, "of the half of the lands and town of Nig, and half the alehouse and its croft, with the keeping of the place and Manor of Nig." He married, first, Ellen, daughter of John Sutherland of Inchfour, now Kindeace, with issue--
1. David, his heir and successor.
He married, secondly, Anne, daughter of Hugh Ross, III. of Achnacloich, parish of Rosskeen, with issue--...
Andrew was succeeded by his eldest son, II. David Munro...
Compiled and edited by Allen Alger, Genealogist, Clan Munro Association, USA
- [S668] RW Munro's Genealogy Database, Robert William Munro, (The collected genealogy notes of RW Munro, Hon. Historian of Clan Munro (Association) edited by Dr. Jean Munro, transcribed by Charles C. Munroe, III and others. Transcription completed Jan 2009. Original card file is kept at the "Storehouse of Foulis" near Foulis Castle in Scotland.), card 374 (Reliability: 3).
- [S668] RW Munro's Genealogy Database, Robert William Munro, (The collected genealogy notes of RW Munro, Hon. Historian of Clan Munro (Association) edited by Dr. Jean Munro, transcribed by Charles C. Munroe, III and others. Transcription completed Jan 2009. Original card file is kept at the "Storehouse of Foulis" near Foulis Castle in Scotland.), card 375 (Reliability: 3).