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Wanted Rebels and Traitors in Scotland in October, 1681.

In October, 1681, the privy council proclaimed a list of eighty-nine forfeited fugitives from the Presbyterian rising of 1679. (RPCS, VII, 216-8.) 45 of those listed were from Lanarkshire (Nos 1-45), 11 from Ayrshire (Nos 46-56), and 33 from Galloway...
----- Grier of Dalgonar -------- Fullerton of Nethermill -------- Gordon of Barharrow -------- Gordon of Cragie -------- Gordon of Garrerie 1681 Alexander Anderson Alexander Gordon of Earlstoun Alexander Gordon of Knockgray Allan Bowie (Tarbolton) Andrew Sword (d.1679) Anwoth parish Archibald Simpson Arthur Tacket (d.1684) Ayrshire Ballantrae parish Balmaclellan parish Barr parish Borgue parish Cambusnethan parish Carrick Carsphairn parish Charles II Colmonell parish Covenanters Dailly parish Dalry parish David Gibson (Lanark) David McCulloch David White (Lanark) Douglas parish Dumfriesshire Dunscore parish Evandale parish Galloway Gavin Witherspoon George MacCartney of Blaiket George Maclure of Benan Gideon Weir Gilbert McIlwraith of Dinmurchie Glasgow Glencairn parish Glenkens Hamilton parish Henry MacJarrow of Alton Albany History Hugh MacIlwraith of Auchenflower Irongray parish Isaac Blackwell James Cunningham (Glasgow) James Dykes James Gordon (Craiglaw) James Lawrie (Lanark) James Weir (Johnshill) James White (Douglas) James Wood (d.1679) John Bell of Whiteside (d.1685) John Binning of Dalvennan John Carnduff (Jackton) John Clyde (d.1679) John Cochran (Craig) John Easton (Garnqueen) John Fullerton of Auchenhay John Gibson (Ingleston) John Gibson of Auchencheyne John Gordon of Over Barr John Haddow John Hamilton (Rogerton) John Jack (Nemphlar) John MacAlexander (Drummochreen) John MacJarrow in Pingerroch John MacMichan of Killantringan John MacNaught of Culquha John Malcolm (d.1680) John Miller (Long Calderwood) John Neilson of Corsack John Paterson (Bothwellshields) John Semple (Lanark) John Steel of Over Waterhead John Steel of Windhill John Umphrey (d.1685) John Waddel (d.1679) John Welsh of Cornlee John White (Neuck) John WIlson (d.1683) John Wilson (Highflat) Kells parish Kilbride parish Kirkcowan parish Kirkcudbright parish Kirkcudbrightshire Lanark Lanark parish Lanarkshire Lesmahagow parish Minnigaff parish New Monkland parish Nithsdale Old Monkland parish Parton parish Patrick Dunbar (Machermore) Patrick Heron of Little Park Patrick MacDougall of Freugh Patrick McIlroy Patrick Murdoch of Cumloden Robert Fleming of Auchenfin Robert Goodwin Robert Lennox (d.1685) Robert Lockhart of Birkhill Robert McClellan of Balmagachan Robert McClelland of Barscobe Robert Smith (Kilroy) Robert Steven (Newlands) Rutherglen parish Samuel Grierson of Dalgonar Samuel MacClelland Scotland Scottish History Shotts parish Stoneykirk parish Straiton parish Tarbolton parish Thomas Craig (Jackton) Thomas Inglis (Lanark) Thomas Lauchlan (Lanark) Thomas Lin Thomas MacJarrow of Barr Thomas Paton (Cambusnethan) Thomas Pillans Tongland parish Twynholm parish Urr parish Wigtownshire William Falconer (Hamilton) William Ferguson (Lanark) William Ferguson of Caitloch William Gordon of Dundeugh William Gordon of Earlstoun William Gordon of Holme William Padzean (Lanerk) William Riddell (Rutherglen) William Whitehead of Millhouse
From: Jardine's Book of Martyrs on 20 Jul 2014

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