Dr Charles Irvine

???? - 1794

Claimant or beneficiary


Co-owner (with William Lambie I) of Friendship estate in St Thomas-in-the-East, the compensation for which was paid in part to representatives of his heirs.  

  1. Physician to the Bath in St Thomas-in-the-East, Jamaica, in 1783.

  2. Witness at the wedding of his niece Mary Leslie to John Gordon in Aberdeen in 1786. Dr Charles Irvine, buried 03/06/1794 in Aberdeen. Will of Charles Irvine, planter of Aberdeenshire, proved 02/07/1794. Under the will he left a series of monetary legacies to friends and families, freed 'the Indian woman' Beary, and left the residue of his estate to his four nieces, daughter of the late George and the present Katherine Leslie (presumably his sister): Katherine Leslie, Ann Leslie, Helen Henderson nee Leslie, Mary Gordon nee Leslie. Two of his executors were JOhn Gordon of Craigmill and John Henderson in Aberdeen. He left £20 to William Lambie, though whether this was William Lambie II or III (each of whom q.v.) is not known.


T71/867 St Thomas-in-the-East no. 198. Papers of Charles Irvine and Friendship Estate 1794-1859 Aberdeen Library [Scotland] MS 2769/1/72/1-3.

  1. The Medical Register for the Year 1783 p. 173.

  2. GROS Marriages 168/A 140 224; GROS OPR Deaths 168/A 190 13; PROB 11/1247/94.



Further Information


Associated Claims (1)

£3,136 0s 0d
Beneficiary deceased

Associated Estates (2)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1771 [EA] - 1794 [LA] → Joint owner
1795 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Previous owner

Relationships (5)

Uncle → Niece
Uncle → Niece
Uncle → Niece
Uncle → Niece
Business associates
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Addresses (1)

Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, North-east Scotland, Scotland