re: Walter Gray bc.1652 d. 1719 Gifford Hall, Scotland, m. Jean Adair (d. 26th Feb. 1725), dau and heiress of Robert Adair, merchant, burgess of Edinburgh. (Edin. Com. Deeds, 17th Dec. 1686), and had issue-Walter Gray, M.A., chaplain to John, Lord Gray.-[MS. Acc. of Min., 1689.] ...... Presbytery of Stranraer. KIRKMAIDEN CHURCH AD1638. Alexander Turnbull (father-in-law of Robert Adair of the "Corgie Lineage" ?) Presented by Robert Adair of Kinhilt 24th & adm. 31 July 1639.(Sir Robert Adair had a younger step-brother, Rev. William Adair who appeared to reside at Kinhilt / Kilhilt in Wigtownshire, whilst Sir Robert Adair appeared to reside at Kinhilt / Kilhilt, Ballymena, co. Antrim, N. Ireland.Robert Adair of Kinhilt 1639 may have been a son of William Adair & Miss Cathcart.)
On 1 Dec 1643 John Livingstone was appointed to preach at Kirkmaiden.His wife may have been a Miss Montgomery.
On 8 Jan 1644 Alexander Turnbull, (f-in-law of Robert Adair, nephew of Sir Robert Adair) was appointed by the Presbytery to attend the Earl of Cassillis's (Kennedy's) Regiment.Alexander Turnbull d. April 1658 and a child of his died in Edin. 13 June 1660. ------------- Would the above-mentioned Walter Gray, Chaplain to Lord Gray, have married Elizabeth Adair, descendant of "Robin Adair" ?Thankyou.