Sir Francis Kinloch, 3rd Baronet
Sir Francis Kinloch of Gilmerton, 3rd Baronet (23 June 1676 – 2 March 1747) is a scion of a noble family whose ancestry is displayed in The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal. Their seat was the very splendid and still extant Gilmerton House, about a mile east-north-east of Athelstaneford, East Lothian, although the 4th baronet lived all his adult life in Switzerland.
The son and heir of Sir Francis Kinloch, 2nd Baronet, of Gilmerton, by his spouse Mary, daughter of David Leslie, 1st Lord Newark, he succeeded his father in 1699, and married circa 1705, Mary (d. 2 April 1749, Gilmerton House, East Lothian), daughter and co-heiress of Sir James Rocheid, Baronet, of Inverleith (d. after 1704). They had issue: three sons and three daughters.
- Sir James Kinloch, 4th Bt., of Gilmerton (1705–1778).
- Sir David Kinloch, 5th Baronet, of Gilmerton (1710–1795), who had issue:
- William Kinloch (b.c 1735)
- Alexander Kinloch, later Alexander Rocheid of Inverleith (d. 1755).
- Janet, who married Charles Broun, Advocate.
- Mary, who married Alexander Hamilton of Beil, near Stenton, East Lothian.
- Magdalen, who married in 1745 John Wilkie of Foulden, Berwickshire.
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- The Scottish Nation, by William Anderson, Edinburgh, 1867, volume VI, p. 608.
- The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal - The Anne of Exeter Volume, by the Marquis of Ruvigny & Raineval, London, 1907, table LVI.
- Index to Genealogies, Birthbriefs, and Funeral Escutcheons, recorded in the Lyon Office, by Francis J. Grant, W.S., Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records, Edinburgh, 1908, p. 46.
- The Buildings of Scotland - Lothian (except Edinburgh), by Colin McWilliam, London, 1978, pps: 215-7, ISBN 0-14-071066-3
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