Andrew Bannatyne

5th Nov 1798 - 11th Jun 1871


A. and D. Bannatyne were writers [to the signet] in Glasgow who represented the firm of J. T. and A. Douglas of Glasgow in an attempt to broker a deal over the compensation for Hope estate in British Guiana.

  1. Only 1 match for an A. Bannatyne, writer, in the west of Scotland in the 1841 census. This was Andrew Bannatyne, age 42, writer, born Scotland, living at Fairlie Craig Cottage, Largs, Aryshire, with his wife Marget age 35, 6 children and 6 servants. The births of their children James (c. 1832), Elizabeth (1833), Agnes (1835) and Mary Susan (1837) place Andrew Bannatyne in Glasgow in the 1830s. By 1851 he was at 11 Woodside Terrace, Barony, Lanarkshire, and by 1861 he was at Bridge of Allan, Logie, Perthshire. Born 05/11/1798 in Glasgow to Dugald Bannatyne, a Port (or Post?) Master and his wife Agnes née Stirling. Died at Milheugh, Blantyre, 11/06/1871 age 72. His brother Dugald John Bannatyne was also a writer.


T71/885 British Guiana claim no. 584 (Hope). T71/1610 letter from A. and D. Bannatyne dated 31/10/1835.

  1. 1841, 1851 and 1861 censuses online. Births of Elizabeth, Agnes and Mary Susan at batch nos. C11974-8 and C11974-9, confirmed in the census records. Birth of Andrew Bannatyne: batch no. C11974-3. Death of Andrew Bannatyne: General Register Office for Scotland, Deaths 1871 624 034. See separate entry for Dugald John Bannatyne.

Further Information

Name in compensation records
A. Bannatyne
Margaret Miller
John Miller (1829-), Dugald (1930-), James (1832-), Elizabeth (1833-), Agnes D'Arcy (1835-), Mary Susan (1837-), Andrew (1838-), Mark (1840-), Alexander (1842-), Neil (1843-)

Associated Claims (1)

£7,168 15s 6d

Relationships (1)


Addresses (5)

Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, Scotland
Bridge Of Allan, Stirlingshire, Central Scotland, Scotland
11 Woodside Terrace, Barony, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, Scotland
Fairlie Craig Cottage, Largs, Ayrshire, Southern Scotland, Scotland
Milheugh, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, Scotland