6th and final laird of the Pitfour estate in Aberdeenshire, the Blenheim of the North
Scottish naval officer and Tory politician; also known as “The Admiral” or “The Sailor” to differentiate him from his father.
George Ferguson (1748 – 29 December 1820) was the fourth Laird of Pitfour, a large estate in the Buchan area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland which became known as The Blenheim of the North.
James Ferguson (25 May 1735 – 6 September 1820) was a Scottish advocate and Tory politician and the third Laird of Pitfour, a large estate in the Buchan area of northeast Scotland, which is known as the ‘Blenheim of the North’.
Scottish advocate and second Laird of Pitfour, a large estate in Buchan. He was elevated to the bench in 1764.
Scottish lawyer and the 1st Laird of Pitfour, a large estate in the Buchan area of north-east Scotland.
Presbyterian minister of the first Atherton and Chowbent Chapels in Atherton, Lancashire, England.
Elizabeth Tyldesley (1585–1654) was a 17th-century abbess at the Poor Clare Convent at Gravelines.
Anne Vaux (c. 1562 – in or after 1637) was a wealthy Catholic recusant. She was a relative of Francis Tresham, one of the conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 to blow up the Houses of Parliament, but had no direct involvement in the plot herself.