NameChief Willand de CHISHOLM 11th Of Chisholm & Of Comar , M
Birth Dateabt 1405
Birth PlaceChisholm, Roxburghshire, Scotland
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Notes for Chief Willand de CHISHOLM 11th Of Chisholm & Of Comar
Thomas married Margaret, daughter of Lachlan Mackintosh, VIII of Mackintosh, by his wife, Agnes, daughter of Hugh Fraser of Lovat, who died in 1397 (and sister of Hugh Fraser, the first lord), by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir David Wemyss of that Ilk.

By Margaret Mackintosh of Mackintosh, Thomas had issue:

1. Alexander, his heir and successor

2. Wiland, who during his father’s life, was designated “of Comar,” and, on the death of his brother, Alexander, without male Issue, succeeded to the chiefship and estates.

He was succeeded by his eldest son, Alexander de Chisholme

Source: HISTORY OF THE CHISHOLMS, by Alexander Mackenzie, Inverness, 1891, pp. 38-39.
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XI. Wiland de Chisholme, described “of Comar,” whose name appears on record in 1443.

About this period,
the House of Redcastle is seized by Hector Mackenzie, and the country of Ardmeanach spulzied by William Forbes in Strathglass, Chisholme of Comar, and their accomplices; against whom he obtains a sentence upon 12 May, 1490.

And i find that George, Earl of Huntly, Lieutenant of the North, gave commission to Mackintosh, Grant, Kilravock, and others, to the number of three thousand, to go against Kenneth Mackenzie and his kin for spulzieing Ardmeanach, and killing Harold Chisholm in Strathglass, and that they did harry, spulzie and slay the Clan Kenzie by his commant as the King;s rebels and oppressors of the lieges


There is record of a decree or award respecting the lands of Croy and Kildrummy, in Morayshire, dated the 10th of April, 1492, in which the names of an Alexander and a William Chisholm appear among the arbiters in a dispute between Andrew, Bishop of Ross, and Hugh Rose, baron of Kilravock, who at that time held the office of keeper of Redcastle.

Wiland married a lady whose name we have been unable to ascertain,

with issue:

1. Wiland, his heir and successor.
2. A daughter, who, about 1470, married Farquhar of Invercauld.
3. A daughter who married Ewen Maclean of Ardgour, with issue—three sons.

He was succeeded by his only son, Wiland de Chisholm.

Source: HISTORY OF THE CHISHOLMS, by Alexander Mackenzie, Inverness, 1891, pp. 40-41
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