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History of the Shire of Renfrew

by George Crawfurd (1710) &George Robertson (1818)

Rod Neep's Archive CD Books Project sells facsimiles of old books on CD-ROM. I have made the following limited index to the History of the Shire of Renfrew - there are many more names in the text. See Rod Neep's site for more information or to order the CD, or see other books I have indexed.


Cathcart, Eaglesham, Eastwood, Erskine, Greenock, Houstoun, Inchinnan, Innerkip, Kilbarchan, Kilmalcolm, Lochwinnoch, Mearns, Neilston, Paisley, Paisley Town, Port Glasgow, Renfrew.

Towns, Vilages, Estates etc.

Abbey of Paisley, Abbot's Inch, Achinames, Ardgowan, Arthurlie, Bargarran, Barrhead, Barochan, Beltrees, Bishopton, Blackhall, Blacksolm, Blawarthill, Boghall, Bogtoun, Bredieland, Bridge of Weir, Bruntchels, Cairncurran, Caldwell, Cardonald, Cartsburn, Castlesemple, Cochrane, Craigbett, Craigton, Crawfurdsdyke, Crockston,Crockston ancient Castle, Cross-my-loof, Dargeval, Denniestoun, Duchal, Elderslie, Eliestoun, Erskine House and Lands, Ferguslie, Finlayston, Freeland, Fulbar, Fulwood, Gavin, Glanderston, Gourock, Greenock Town, Hawkhead, Househill, Houston House, Johnstone House, Johnstone Village, Jordanhill, Kelly, Kilbarchan Village, Killallan, Kirkland, Knoc, Langside Village, Langside Battle, Linwood, Merksworth, Millbank, Newton, Newtown of Mearns, Newton Ralston, Newark, Northbar, Park of Erskine, Park of Inchinnan, Partick, Pollock - Nether, Pollockshaws, Pollock - Upper, Porterfield, Pulnoon, Raiss, Ralstoun, Ranfield or Renfield, Ramphorlie or Ranforlie, Scotstoun, Shutterflat - meeting at, Southbar, Stanley,Thirdpart, Thornliebank, Walkinshaw, Waterstoun, Whiteford, Williamwood.


Abercorn - Marquis of, Adam of Garpel, Alexander of Newton & Southbarr, Bannatyne of Kelly, Belhaven - Lord, Brisbane of Bishopton etc, Brown of Capelrig, Brown of Langside, Buchanan of Hillington, Caldwell of that-ilk, Campbell of Blytheswood, Cathcart - Lord, Cochrane of Ladyland, Crawfurd of Cartsburn, Crawfurd the historian, Crawfurd of Achinames, Cunningham of Cairncurran, Cunningham of Corsehill, Cunningham of Craigends, Darroch of Gourock, Dennistoun of that-ilk, Douglas - Lord, Dundonald - Earl of, Dunlop of Househill, Eglinton - Earl of, Fleming of Barrochan, Fulton of Park, Fulton of Hartfield, Glasgow - Earl of, Glen of Barr, Hall of Fulbar, Hamilton Aikenhead & Holmhead, Hamilton of Fingalton etc, Harvey of Castlesemple, Hay of Renfield, Houston of Houston, Houston of Johnstone, How of Damton, Hutcheson of Scotstoun, Hyndman of Lunderstoun, King of Drums, Knox the Reformer, Lennox - Duchess of, Lindsay of Dunrod, Lyle Lord Lyle, MacGilchrist of Northbarr, McDowall of Castlesemple, Marr - Earl of, Maxwell of Caerlaverock, Maxwell of Blawert-hill, Maxwell of Bredieland, Maxwell of Dargeval, Maxwell of Freeland, Maxwell of Merksworth, Maxwell of Nether Pollock, Maxwell of Newark, Maxwell of Stainly, Maxwell of Southbarr, Maxwell of Williamwood, Maxwell of Irvine, Montgomery of Skelmurly, Montgomery of Scotstoun, Montrose - Duke of, Mure of Caldwell, Napier Milliken - Bart. of Napier, Napier of Blackstoun, Orr of Ralston, Oswald of Scotstoun, Paterson of Craigton, Pollock of that-ilk, Ralstoun of that-ilk, Ross - Lord, Ross of Balnagown, Sempill - Lord, Sempill of Beltrees, Sempill of Cathcart, Shaw of Bargarran, Shaw of Greenock, Stewart of Arthurlie, Stewart of Cardonald, Stewart of Blackhall, Speirs of Elderslie, Sibbald - Sir Robert, Walkinshaw of that-ilk, Walkinshaw of Scotstoun, Wallace of Elderslie, Wallace of Neilstonside, Wallace of Kelly, Waterstoun of that-ilk, Whitefoord of that-ilk.

Index to the Stewarts

Origin of, Walter the first Steward, Robert II the first King, Successors till James VII, Prince James Francis, Prince Charles Edward, Prince Cardinal York, Prince Duchess of Albany, Royal Family from the revolution to the present time, Stuart Duke of Lennox, Lennox Duke of Lennox, Stewart Duke of Albany, Stuart Lord Ochiltree, Stuart Earl of Moray, Stewart Lord Methven, Stewart Lord Lorn, Stewart Earl of Athol, Stewart Earl of Buchan, Stuart Earl of Traquair, Stewart Earl of Galloway, Stuart Earl and since Marquis of Bute, Stuart Lord Blantyre, Stuart of Dunearn, Steuart of Allanton, Steuart of Coltness, Steuart of Goodtrees, Steuart Barclay of Collerney, Steuart of Allanbank, Steuart of Mitcham, Steuart of Castlemilk, Steuart of Fettercairn, Steuart of Blairhall, Steuart S M Fullarton of Fullarton.

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