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Biographical Register of Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York.



FORBES, CAPTAIN-LIEUTENANT CHARLES

First Lieutenant Forbes was the youngest son of John of Inverernan and Glenconry
, Commissioner of Supply for Aberdeenshire, who had been ?out in the ?15,? taken prisoner and died of his wounds in Carlisle prison. This officer received an appointment in 1756 as Lieutenant in the 60th Regiment and was promoted to the be Captain-Lieutenant in 1757. He was killed at Ticonderoga July 8, 1757.

He had married Isabel, daughter of Donaldson of Kinardie, and had an only son and heir James of Kingerloch in Argyleshire and of Hutton Hall, Essex. This family of Forbes of Kingerloch is descended from the youngest son of Sir John Forbes, 5th Laird of Drumminer, brother of the 1st Lord Forbes.

Ford; Burke?s Landed Gentry; Scottish Nation.

Source: Biographical Register of Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York. Vol. I, 1756-1806 In two parts. By: William M. MacBean, LL.D.,Publisher: New York; Printed for the Society, Copyright: 1922, p. 10

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