The Highland Clearances
Surnames Dalrymple to Fraser
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Dalrymple, Major, 42nd

Delane, John
(Editor of the Times in 1845)

Dempster, Mr, of Skibo
(Great landowner)

Douglas, Thomas, 5th Earl of Selkirk

Drummond, Home, Advocate Deputy

Dryden, John, shepherd
(Sellar's principal shepherd)

Dudgeon, Thomas of Fearn in the country of Ross
(Secretary of the organization called Sutherland Transatlantic Friendly Association)

Dundas, Robert, Lord Advocate

Dunoon, George
(One of the most successful contractors, he was from Fort William who with his partners, made a comfortable fortune shipping Glengarry and Strathglass people across the Arlantic to Pictou in Nova Scotia. On one of his ships 50 people died of Cholera. Circa 1800)

Ellice, Edward, Member of Parliament
(Son of a founder of the Reform Club, became the laird of Glenquoich and, fortunately for the Highlands, a fierce critic of Poor Relief administration.)

Findlater, Reverend, Eric
(Free Church Minister)

(Led an assault on the peasants)

Foster, Thomas Campbell, Fraser
(Legal writer called to the bar in 1846, Special commissioner during the Ireland famine)

Fraser, Andrew, Sheriff-Substitute (Fort William)

Fraser Honorable, Archibald of Lovat

Fraser, Major Simon
(At Fort William bought land in Canada and he distributed it to the emigrants, started business in1792.)

Fraser, Simon, Sheriff of Inverness

Fraser, Thomas , Sheriff-Substitute
(Chairman of the Skye Emigration Society circa 1851)

Fraser, Thomas Alexander
(Later Lord Lovat)

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