My granddaughter Madison :-D
#1130, b. 18 February 1996
- Relationships: Great-niece of Sister Susan :-), 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Cousin Sarah Louise :-)
- Charts: Pedigree (compressed), Pedigree (paged), Pedigree (wide), Pedigree (indented), Pedigree (compressed), Pedigree (paged), Pedigree (wide), Pedigree (indented), Blake (Sibton) descendant chart, Culling descendant chart, Culling descendent chart (new style), Johnson descendant chart, Samuel Larn Descendent Chart (new style) (#1), Samuel Larn Descendent Chart (new style) (#2), William WATLING descendant chart, Wilkins descendant chart, Boyd Descendent Chart (new style), Hubert and Madison, Madison and Nancy, Madison and Daniel, Samuel LARN descendant chart
- Birth: My granddaughter Madison :-D was born on 18 February 1996 in Frankston, Victoria, Australia.
- Note: The name of ELRICK
BURNETT: Of Anglo-Saxon origin, this name comes from 'Beonheard', a personal name which became 'Burnard', later 'Burnett'. Robert Burnard had settled in Teviotdale, Roxburghshire by the 12th century, and when a member of the family went North with Robert I (Bruce) he was given lands as keeper of the Forest of Drum. From this time the family heirloom, the 'Horn of Leys' (his 'badge of office') dates. Their earliest dwelling was on an artificial island in the Loch of Leys, and continued service to the Crown gained them the free barony of Banchory from James III, and later, through high church connection and marriage, they obtained substantial lands, once the property of Arbroath Abbey. Crathes Castle was begun in the 16th century and took 40 years to complete due to the family's involvement in various affairs in the reign of Mary Queen of Scots. Those who remained in the Borders founded the families of Burnetland and Barns while, from the Leys family, descended the Houses of Kemnay, Craigmyle, Elrick and Caskieben, as well as the legal dynasties of Crimond and Monboddo. Thomas Burnett of Leys was created a baronet of Nova Scotia by Charles I, but the family remained firm supporters of the Covenant, and were respected by both sides in the Wars which followed. They retained similar respect in the Jacobite risings. Sir Thomas (3rd Bt.) sat in the last Scottish Parliament and was opposed to the Union of 1707, and when the 5th Baronet died in 1759 a inheritance feud erupted and endured for 7 years before it was resolved in favour of Burnett of Criggie. Criggie's 2nd son acquired the Ramsay of Balmain inheritance, giving rise to the claim that the present Balmain line may have a claim to the dormant Leys Baronetcy, which may only pass in the male line.
Thanks to James Pringle Weavers for the following information.
- Name Variation: She was also known as Madison India Jayne Elrick.
- (Witness) Residence: My granddaughter Madison :-D lived with Digger Edward Stanley Elrick and Kerryn Jayne Johnson in 1996 in 65 Stanley Street, Frankston, Victoria, Australia.