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  • The family of Guthrie took their name from the lands of the same name in the county of Angus and their name is one of the oldest in that county.[3] The origin of the name Guthrie is not known, although there is a tradition that the lands were named Guthrie by an early king of Scots, after a #fisherman #gut three fish to serve his hungry monarch.[3]
    In about 1178 William the #Lion granted the lands of Gutherin to Arbroath Abbey.[3] The family were #royalfalconers and subsequently purchased these lands.[3]
    Wars of Scottish IndependenceEdit
    The Laird of Guthrie was sent to France in 1299 to invite William Wallace to return to Scotland.[3] The mission was successful and Guthrie landed with Wallace at #Montrose , Angus.[3] The early charters of the Guthrie family have since been lost but it seems certain that they obtained the Barony of Guthrie from David II of Scotland.[3]
    15th centuryEdit
    In August 1442, Alexander Guthrie of Guthrie witnessed a charter by Alexander Seton, lord of Gordon to Lord Keith.[3] He acquired the lands of Kincaldrum near Forfar in 1446 and became Baillie of Forfar.[3] Sir David Guthrie of Guthrie was armour bearer to the king, captain of the guard and was appointed Lord Treasurer of Scotland in 1461.[3] He also obtained a charter under the great seal to build Guthrie Castle in 1468 and in 1473 was appointed Lord Chief Justice of Scotland.[3] David greatly increased the Guthrie estates and founded a collegiate church at Guthrie which was confirmed in a Papal #bull of 1479.[3]
  • The family of Guthrie took their name from the lands of the same name in the county of Angus and their name is one of the oldest in that county.[3] The origin of the name Guthrie is not known, although there is a tradition that the lands were named Guthrie by an early king of Scots, after a #fisherman #gut three fish to serve his hungry monarch.[3]
In about 1178 William the #Lion granted the lands of Gutherin to Arbroath Abbey.[3] The family were #royalfalconers and subsequently purchased these lands.[3]
Wars of Scottish IndependenceEdit
The Laird of Guthrie was sent to France in 1299 to invite William Wallace to return to Scotland.[3] The mission was successful and Guthrie landed with Wallace at #Montrose, Angus.[3] The early charters of the Guthrie family have since been lost but it seems certain that they obtained the Barony of Guthrie from David II of Scotland.[3]
15th centuryEdit
In August 1442, Alexander Guthrie of Guthrie witnessed a charter by Alexander Seton, lord of Gordon to Lord Keith.[3] He acquired the lands of Kincaldrum near Forfar in 1446 and became Baillie of Forfar.[3] Sir David Guthrie of Guthrie was armour bearer to the king, captain of the guard and was appointed Lord Treasurer of Scotland in 1461.[3] He also obtained a charter under the great seal to build Guthrie Castle in 1468 and in 1473 was appointed Lord Chief Justice of Scotland.[3] David greatly increased the Guthrie estates and founded a collegiate church at Guthrie which was confirmed in a Papal #bull of 1479.[3]
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