AT DUNDEE, QUIlILK DAY THE HAILL PERSONS UNDERNAMIT WERE ENTERED, SWORN, AND ADMITTED BURGESSES AND BRETHER OF THE SAID BURGH, GRATIS, viz.: JOHN, ERLE OF ROTHES, LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR OF SCOTLAND; JAMES, ERLE OF AIRLY; CHARLES, EARL OF ABOYNE; DAVID, LORD OGILVY; SIR JAMES CARNEGIE OF BALNAMONE.
SIR JAMES CARNEGIEof Balnamoon was the grandson of SIR ALEXANDER, youngest brother of DAVID, first EARL OF SOUTHESK (vide page 105).
He was the son of SIR JOHN CARNEGIE of Balnamoon and of LADY ELIZABETH OGILVY, sister of the second EARLOF AIRLIE, whose name appears beside his own on the Burgess Roll. He succeeded to the estate in 1662, and died on 25th April, 1700.