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  • SAGE, JOHN (1652–1711), Scottish nonjuring bishop, was born in 1652 at Creich, Fifeshire, where his ancestors had lived for seven generations. His father
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  • daughters—Agnes, married to Sir William Douglas of Lochleven; Beatrix to Beaton of Creich; Euphemia to Learmonth of Balwearie; and Margaret to Archibald, eighth earl
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  • (for Arran had married as his third wife a daughter of Sir James Beaton of Creich), naturally espoused his kinsman's side. A well-known story tells how Bishop
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  • Blackbarony, Peeblesshire, by Griselda, daughter of Sir John Bethune of Creich, Fifeshire, and relict of William Scott younger of Branxholm, Roxburghshire
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  • Murray. As by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of David Beton or Bethune of Creich, Fifeshire, he had no issue, he secured the succession of his titles to
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  • to the crown. The third wife was Janet, daughter of Sir David Bethune of Creich, comptroller of Scotland, and widow of Sir Thomas Livingstone of Easter
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  • sgeul, ‘cial.’ Ceutach and feusgan have the diphthong in Creich, deuchainn and feucn in Creich and Kildonan, reul (‘rialt’ or more frequently ‘rialtag’)
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  • expended in bursaries. The Sutherland combination poorhouse is situated in Creich and there is a hospital, the Lawson Memorial, in Golspie. History and Antiquities
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  • lived to repent, and to treat the blind giant better.—(Rev. Niel Mackinnon, Creich.) [This tale is known in the Hebrides. The giant was Ossian. There is an
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