NameLady Logie , F
Birth Dateabt 1455
Birth PlaceTolquhon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Marr Dateabt 1483
ChildrenAlexander , M (~1484-)
 Andrew , M (~1486-)
Notes for Henry (Spouse 1)
Sir John Forbes, 2nd of Tolquhon, married Anne, daughter of Stratton of Laurieston, by whom he had three sons:

Alexander, who succeeded
David of Essie, and
Henry of Logie, whence the first family of Thainstone

It seems probable that he had another son, Malcolm, who died without heirs, and may have been older than Alexander, who succeeded, for amongst the Tolquhon charters is one granted by William of Pantoun, Lord of Petmethan, and witnessed by James Lord Forbes, John Forbes of Tolquhon, knight (2nd Laird), John of Forbes, his eldest son, and Malcolm Forbes. The date is February 7th, 1451, shortly before the death of the first Laird of Tolquhon, and the last witness can hardly be his great grandson, Malcolm, the 4th Laird.

John, 2nd Laird, died before July 6th 1469.

Source: THE HOUSE OF FORBES, Edited by Alistair & HenriettaTayler, Aberdeen, 1937, p. 394.

Henry of Logie, third son of the second Knight of Tolquhon, married _____ Middleton, by whom

he had two sons:

1. Alexander, whence the first family of Thainston, and
2. Andrew, who had two sons,
1. Arthur of Tertowie and
2. James of Easter Echt

I. Alexander of Thainston, married Chalmers of Balbithan, by whom

he had two sons:

1. Henry of Thainston, and
2. William.

II. Henry, 2nd of Thainston, married first a daughter of Mowat of Balquholly, by whom

he had William his heir;

and secondly, a Tillyduff of Ranieston,

by whom he had:

1. Alexander
2. Gilbert
3. Arthur

III. William, married Christian Gordon of Auchindoir, relict of the Laird of Lessendrum,

and had one son, Alexander.

IV. Alexander married:

(1) Anne Leslie of Wardhouse

and had Henry; and

(2) Grant of Ballindalloch.

V. Henry, married Margaret, daughter of William Forbes of Corse,

and had James and Patrick, who both went to Sweden.

Henry was killed fighting with King Charles XII, along with many other Forbeses.

Source: THE HOUSE OF FORBES, Edited by Alistair & HenriettaTayler, Aberdeen, 1937, p. 402..
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