Hamilton 'Baillie' 'of Mellerstane', Rachel 1719-20.oct.1797 Scotland, Jerviswoode - Gordon, Mellerstain House
the Hamilton family had taken the name Baillie upon inheriting the Mellerstain House where she lived most of her life ; granddaughter of George Baillie (Scotland, Jerviswoode 1664-6.aug.1738 England, Oxford) and composer Lady Grisell Baillie nee Hume (Scotland Berwickshire, Redbraes Castle 25.dec.1665-6.dec.1746 London) ; daughter of Charles Hamilton Lord Binning (Scotland, Haddington 1697-27.dec.1732 Italy, Naples) and Rachel Baillie (Edinburgh 23.feb.1695-24.mar.1773 Mellerstain)

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[] A favorite march and quick step. Piano
composed by Miss R. Baillie of Mellerstane for the Edinburgh Volunteers, adopted by the Right Honble. the Lord Lieutenant & Committee, performed at the review of the Corps on Saturday 22 November 1794
pub Arranged for the band (trumpet, 2 horns, 2 clarinets and bassoon) and printed by permission of the Committee by Neil Stewart & Co., Edinburgh 1794

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