Patrick Agnew, 3rd of Galdenoch
& Anna SHAW b.prior 1651 of Ballygelly,
had dau, Margaret AGNEW
who m. Hugh ADAIR of (................... ? )
and they had dau. Isabella ADAIR.
(Early Scots Settlers in the County of Antrim, N. Ireland :
BRISBANE Elizabeth, wife of John SHAW, Ballygelly 9 Feb 1625
SHAW, James & John, Ballygelly, Cairncastle, 9 Feb 1625 )
Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland.
By John BURKE, Esq.
Vol. II , MDCCCXXXV (1835) -
John BRISBANE, (d.1635) of Bishopton, m.1stly 24 Dec 1595, Anna BLAIR (d. 8 March 1608) dau of The Laird of Blair, and had issue (not necessarily in order),
.1. John BRISBANE, his heir m. 1stly Mary HAMILTON, dau of Sir John Hamilton of Orbiston (see below)...
.2. Robert BRISBANE m.1636 Elizabeth LYON, dau of Sir Thos Lyon of Auldbar.
.3.Janet, m.1612 FLEMING of Baghall, 2nd son of John, first Earl of Wigton.
.4. Grissel, m.1623 Walter Dennieston, of Calgrain.
.5.Elizabeth BRISBANE m. James SHAW of Bailliegellie / Ballygelly / Ballygally, Northern Ireland, of the family of Shaw of Greenock, and was mother of JAMES SHAW, who is mentioned hereafter, as the husband of his cousin, Elizabeth BRISBANE, and continuator of the family. (& parents of Anna SHAW who m. Patrick AGNEW, 3rd of Galdenoch ?)
.6. Sarah BRISBANE, m. to Sir William Mure (More / Moore), of Rowallan.
John BRISBANE m.2ndly 28th April 1612 the Hon. Jane SEMPIL, dau of Robert, fourth Lord Sempil, and sister of Hugh, fifth Lord, (the latter nobleman is a party to the marriage contract) and had two other sons and two daughters, namely,
..9. Anne BRISBANE m.1628 James CAMPBELL son of Sir James Campbell of Ardkinglass.
John BRISBANE m.1stly Mary HAMILTON had children, two were :
1. John BRISBANE m. in l644 his cousin, Mary MURE, daughter of Sir William Mure, of Rowallan, and widow of Walter, third Lord Blantyr. He died in 1649 without male heirs.
2. Elizabeth BRISBANE m. 26 June 1657 her cousin JAMES SHAW, eldest son of James Shaw, of Bailliegellie, by which the estate of Brisbane was to be settled on the heirs male of that marriage, and James Shaw, was himself to assume the surname and arms of Brisbane; with which covenant complying, accordingly be became.