George Brodie of Ailisk

George Brodie of Ailisk (died before 6 January 1716) was a Scottish politician.

In the Parliament of Scotland, he was a Shire Commissioner for Nairnshire from 1693 to 1702, then a Burgh Commissioner for Forres from 1703 to 1707.[1]

He was the second son of Joseph Brodie of Ailisk, by his second wife. He married Emilia Brodie, the 5th daughter and co-heir of James Brodie of Brodie.[1]

His children included:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Foster, Joseph (1882). Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357–1882: on the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices (2nd ed.). pp. 34–5. OL 17326078M. Retrieved 29 April 2015 – via Open Library.
Parliament of Scotland
Preceded by
Sir Hugh Campbell of Calder
Shire Commissioner for Nairnshire
1693 – 1702
Succeeded by
Alexander Campbell of Calder