Ann Mully

(circa 1670 - before 5 November 1710)
     Ann Mully was born circa 1670 in Suffolk. She may be the Ann Mully, daughter of William & Ann, baptised 6 April 1681 at Langham.
Ann Mully married Benjamin Batt, son of John Batt and Dorothy Sturgen, in 1701 in Combs, Suffolk.
     Ann died before 5 November 1710 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. She was buried on 5 November 1710 in Rattlesden. wife of Benjamin Batt.

Child of Ann Mully and Benjamin Batt

William Mundale

     William Mundale married Janet Dunbar, daughter of Patrick Dunbar and Margaret Gordon.

Child of William Mundale and Janet Dunbar

Andrew Munro

     Andrew died in Nigg, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     Andrew resided at Culnauld, Nigg, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Andrew Monro and Euphemia Dunbar.

Andrew Munro (problem text)

( - circa 1590)
     Andrew Munro (problem text) was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Munro.
     Andrew died circa 1590 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Child of Andrew Munro (problem text)

Donald Munro

     Donald resided at Tarlogie, Tain, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Munro.

Finguella (Florence) Munro

(circa 1561 - 1617)
     Finguella (Florence) Munro was born circa 1561. She was the daughter of Robert XV of Fowlis.
Finguella (Florence) Munro married Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle), son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Elizabeth Stewart.
     Finguella died in 1617 in Ross & Cromarty.

Children of Finguella (Florence) Munro and Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle)

George Munro

( - 1 November 1576)
     George Munro was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Andrew Monro and Euphemia Dunbar.
     George died on 1 November 1576 in Milntown Castle, Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was buried in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

George Munro

(before 1560 - 6 May 1623)
     George Munro was the Member of Parliament for Tarrel, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was born before 1560 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Andrew Munro (problem text).
     George died on 6 May 1623 in Boggs, Blervie, Rafford, Moray, Scotland. He was buried in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

George Munro

( - 1623)
     George Munro married Margaret Dunbar, daughter of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid, on 18 January 1616.
     George died in 1623.

George Munro Chancellor of Ross

( - circa 1630)
     George Munro Chancellor of Ross was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Munro.
     George died circa 1630 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Hector Munro (of Fowlis)

     Hector Munro (of Fowlis) married Catherine MacKenzie, daughter of Kenneth MacKenzie VII and Agnes or Ann Fraser.

Isabel Munro

(before 1775 - )
     Isabel Munro was born before 1775 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Isabel Munro married Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain, son of William MacKenzie and Lillias Munro, on 1 June 1792 in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT.

Children of Isabel Munro and Alexander MacKenzie alias Bain

Isabel Munro (Ross)

( - 24 December 1594)
     Isabel Munro (Ross) was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Munro.
     Isabel died on 24 December 1594 in Rosskeen, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Janet Munro

(before 1770 - )
     Janet Munro was born before 1770 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Janet Munro married John MacKenzie, son of Donald MacKenzie and Margaret Munro, on 18 March 1785 in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT.

Children of Janet Munro and John MacKenzie

Janet Munro (Murray)

     Janet Munro (Murray) was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Munro.

Jean Munro

(before 1765 - )
     Jean Munro was born before 1765 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Jean Munro married Alexander Reach, son of William Reach and Anna Bain.

Children of Jean Munro and Alexander Reach

Lillias Munro

(before 1758 - )
     Lillias Munro was born before 1758 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Lillias Munro married William MacKenzie.

Children of Lillias Munro and William MacKenzie

Margaret Munro

(before 1740 - )
     Margaret Munro was born before 1740 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Margaret Munro married Donald MacKenzie. Margaret was present at John MacKenzie's christening on 16 June 1756 in Kilmuir Easter, ROC, SCT.

Child of Margaret Munro and Donald MacKenzie

Margaret Munro (Fraser)

     Margaret Munro (Fraser) was born in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Munro.

Robert Munro (of Foulis)

( - 8 September 1547)
     Robert Munro (of Foulis) married Margaret Dunbar, daughter of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Isobel Sutherland.
     Robert died on 8 September 1547 in Pinkie Cleugh, Musselburgh, East Lothian. Wikipedia states: The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, on the banks of the River Esk near Musselburgh, Scotland on 10 September 1547, was part of the War of the Rough Wooing. It was the last pitched battle between Scottish and English armies, and is seen as the first modern battle in the British Isles. It was a catastrophic defeat for Scotland, and became known there as Black Saturday.
Robert Munro, 14th Baron of Foulis (died September 8, 1547) was a Scottish Highlander, soldier and clan chief of the Clan Munro. He was seated at Foulis Castle. Although he is traditionally the 14th Baron and 17th overall chief of the clan, he is only the 7th Munro chief that can be proved by contemporary evidence
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William Munro of Allan

(before 1522 - circa 1580)
     William Munro of Allan was born before 1522 in Milntown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of Andrew Monro and Euphemia Dunbar.
     William died circa 1580 in Fearn, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.

Isabella de Muntham

(before 1380 - )
     Isabella de Muntham was also known as Mundham in records. She was born before 1380. She was the daughter of John de Muntham.
Isabella de Muntham married William Marlott, son of William Marlott and Emma atte Hurst, before 1395.
     Isabella de Muntham and William Marlott were mentioned in a deed dated 1395.

Child of Isabella de Muntham and William Marlott

John de Muntham

(before 1360 - )
      No Domesday estate or early manor was centred in Itchingfield. The parish was divided between outliers of other manors, principally Sullington, Thakeham, and Muntham in Findon. The Itchingfield portion of Muntham and most of the Itchingfield portion of Sullington became separate manors in the 14th and 17th century respectively, and other reputed manors appeared in the late Middle Ages. Then or later the manors of Denne in Warnham, (Footnote 78) Pinkhurst (in Slinfold), Thakeham, Sullington, and Wiston, and perhaps Broadbridge (in Sullington) and Warminghurst, still had tenements in Itchingfield. (Footnote 79)
In 1895 it was stated that no manorial rights remained in the parish. (Footnote 80)
The manor of Muntham included lands in Itchingfield and Findon, and its early descent has been treated elsewhere. (Footnote 81) The Itchingfield portion, like that in Findon, was held of Thakeham manor, to which quitrent was payable until 1887 or later. (Footnote 82) ... The house and 23 a. became Muntham House School for maladjusted children. (Footnote 96)
The mansion house of Muntham was mentioned in 1602 or 1603. (Footnote 97) A 17th-century timber-framed wing with two jettied gables survived until the 19th century. The rest of the house was rebuilt in 1742 in brick, with a six-bayed asymmetrical front and chimneys on the gable ends. In 1880 P. S. Godman pulled down the old house and built a new one of three storeys, in brick with stone dressings and Tudor in style. (Footnote 98). John de Muntham was also known as Mundham in records.
Various inhabitants of Findon surnamed Muntham are recorded in the 13th and early 14th centuries. (Footnote 42) In the mid 14th century the manor was divided in two, the Itchingfield portion descending in the Marlott family. (Footnote 43) In 1372 Thomas son of John of Muntham quitclaimed the Findon portion to Thomas Cornwallis of London. (Footnote 44). He was born before 1360.
In 1375 John of Muntham conveyed the manor of Muntham to William Marlott, father of John's son-in-law, also William Marlott. The elder William died c. 1379 after settling Muntham on the younger William. (Footnote 83) From that William (d. 1400 × 1418) (Footnote 84) it descended from father to son through William (d. 1449 × 1464), Richard (d. 1484 × 1499), (Footnote 85) Thomas (fl. 1522), John (d. 1528), (Footnote 86) and John (d. 1552), to John Marlott (d. a minor 1554). (Footnote 87).

Child of John de Muntham

Jane Munton

     Jane Munton married David Stancer, son of Jarvis Stancer and Mary Burnham, on 12 January 1869 in All Saints, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
     Jane Munton and David Stancer were recorded on the 1871 census in Holbeach, Lincolnshire. David Stancer, aged 24, agricultural labourer, born Surfleet; with his wife Jane aged 25 born Whaplode; son Henry aged 1 born Holbeach; and his parents Jarvis 67 born Rampton, paralyzed & Mary 63 born Spilsby, Lincs, paralyzed.

Child of Jane Munton and David Stancer

Dinah Murch

     Dinah Murch married Edward Leach, son of John Leach and Isott Curry, on 9 August 1737 in Chagford, Devon.

Children of Dinah Murch and Edward Leach

Joseph Murch

( - September 1839)
     Joseph Murch married Esther Costello, daughter of Jordan Costello and Mary Guy Dickens, on 10 March 1796 in St Pancras church, London. Esther Castello married Joseph Murch, Both of this parish and single. Both signed and the witnesses were Thomas Sowerby, Mary Ann Hunn and Charles Reddish. She signed Costello. He was a bookseller.
     Joseph's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1839 in Tiverton RD, Devon.

Adam Mure

     Adam resided at Rowallan, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was born. See 'The Mures of Rowallan: the ancestry of Elizabeth Mure, first wife of Robert II, Kings of Scots', for a conjectured new ancestry, in The Scottish genealogist 62:4, (Dec 2015)
Brice Claget on Medieval-L@rootsweb.com wrote: I know the received view is that, as Mr Williams stated, Elizabeth Mure, wife of Robert II, was daughter of Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan and his wife Jonet Mure, heiress of Polkellie. However, several years ago Andrew MacEwen (who is highly knowledgeable about these Scottish lines) told me that in fact Sir Adam Mure was of Polkellie, not Rowallan, and that his wife was Jonet Cunningham, widow of Hugh de Hutscom. Andrew said this is proved by a papal dispensation of 1322. I don't know what Andrew's view is of the purported Montgomery- Mure descent. The account at SP 3:421-427 suggests that the Montgomerys are pretty speculative down to c. 1360, and differs substantially from the account at ES III/4:640.
John Ravilious wrote: Traditional lines have connected her to the Mures of Rowallan, but this is apparently not certain.
Andrew B. W. MacEwen has found that the dispensation for one Adam Mure and his wife Jean/Janet Cunningham (text in Andrew Stuart's history of the Stuarts) is the evidence for the marriage of her parents, but beyond that certainty has not been achieved.
James Paterson's "History of the County of Ayr (with a Genealogical Account of the Families of Ayrshire)" [2 vols, 18747-1852] is the best starting point, with use of George Robertson's "A Genealogical Account of the Principal Families of Ayrshire" likely of use. As I recall you'll find accounts for Mure of Rowallan and Mure of Polkelly: if you can find the right reconstruction of Elizabeth Mure's ancestry, it will require some original sources to validate/correct what Paterson and Robertson have to say,
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Children of Adam Mure

Adam Mure

(circa 1320 - )
     Adam Mure was born circa 1320 in Scotland. He was the son of Adam Mure.

Elizabeth Mure

(between 1315 and 1320 - before 1355)
     Elizabeth Mure was born between 1315 and 1320 in Rowallan or Polkelly, Ayrshire, Scotland. T is not known which of Adam's wives was Elizabeth's mother. Adam's first wife was Joan, widow of Hugh Houston . She was the daughter of Adam Mure.
She was Guardian of Scotland between 1338 & 1341 and again from October 1346.
Elizabeth Mure married Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland, son of Walter Stewart and Lady Marjory Bruce, after 22 November 1347. They received a papal dispensation 22 Nov 1347 which legitimized their four sons and five daughters. A marriage between Elizabeth Mure of the diocese of Glasgow & Hugh Giffard of the diocese of St Andrew's, contracted when he was 9 and she 11, was dissolved by the Pope xiii Kal. Juniii 1345. They had 10-13 children.
     Elizabeth died before 1355.

Children of Elizabeth Mure and Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland