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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 17 January 17 17:27 GMT (UK) »
From the Parish Registers of Kilsyth, on Scotland's People, I can't see a single birth record for Lannisters or Baratheons. Not to say there weren't people with those surnames, not all has been digitised.

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 18 January 17 19:18 GMT (UK) »
Hi

Banton is a 5 minute car drive from Kilsyth.

Marguerite.

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 24 January 17 23:07 GMT (UK) »
Interestingly, Alexander STARK of Kilsyth was a witness at my x6 great grandfather's birth in 1688 (see https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Miller-41678). However, I have not been able to determine a link between the STARK/Miller family. Have you come across this name in your research?

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 11 January 18 19:17 GMT (UK) »
I'm not too sure Kreilla. There may well be a connection but no way of confirming that. I know that William Stark had a child outwith marriage with Janet Baird years later in 1711. This was Jean Stark, my ancestor. So if Alexander Stark of Banton is William's father, then there could be a connection with your witnesses since I notice there is also a William Baird alongside Alexander. It's very tenuous but not much to go on?

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 11 January 18 22:52 GMT (UK) »
The natives pronounce this Ban-tone with the emphasis on tone!

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #14 on: Friday 12 January 18 10:50 GMT (UK) »
From the Parish Registers of Kilsyth, on Scotland's People, I can't see a single birth record for Lannisters or Baratheons. Not to say there weren't people with those surnames, not all has been digitised.
All of the surviving parish registers of the Church of Scotland and the Roman Catholic Church, and some of the surviving registers of the free and dissenting churches, has been digitised. What has not been digitised is a very small proportion of what survives.

The surnames Lannister and Baratheon appear to be almost entirely fictitious. Why did you think they occurred in Kilsyth and Banton, and what connection do they have to the Stark family?
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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #15 on: Friday 12 January 18 15:13 GMT (UK) »
The Lannister and Baratheon post is a Game of Thrones joke, since there are characters with the surname Stark in that series as well. Not too funny I might add!

I have noticed legal records on the National Records of Scotland regarding Alexander Stark of Banton, dating from as far back as 1687. This was regarding the estate of the Viscount Kilsyth.

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Re: Stark Family of Kilsyth and Banton
« Reply #16 on: Friday 12 January 18 15:43 GMT (UK) »
Oh dear .......  :-X