Stirlings of Fairburn

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THE RT REV JOHN STIRLING, DD, Minister of Craigle, Ayrshire 1806-46, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1833 (son of John Stirling, of Dunblane); educated at Glasgow University (Doctor of Divinity 1812); married Mary, daughter by his 2nd wife Mary Laurie (died 22 Oct 1824) of Reverend William McQuhae, DD, Minister of St Quivox, Ayrshire, and died 13 Jan 1846, leaving issue, an only surviving son,

JOHN STIRLING of Fairburn, Ross and Cromarty, DL and JP, JP Cumberland; born 26 June 1820; married 14 Sept 1852, Marion (died 2 Sept 1907), daughter of John Hartley, of Moresby House, Cumberland, and died 19 Aug 1907, leaving issue.

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Editors Note: The Stirlings of Fairburn claim to be MacGregors who, under the protection of Clan Stirling, took the Stirling name during the proscription and kept the Stirling name when the proscription was lifted. The Lord Lyon of Scotland has recognized this ancestry by granting arms with the MacGregor charges surmounted by the differenced Stirling bend and buckles.