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James Brodie (politician, born 1637)

James Brodie (15 September 1637 – March 1708) was a Scottish politician.

He represented Elgin and Forfarshire in the 1689 Convention of the Estates of Scotland.[1]

He was the only son of Sir Alexander Brodie, Lord Brodie (1617–1680), a Lord of Session.[1] He married Mary Kerr, a daughter of the 3rd Earl of Lothian, with whom he had 9 daughters.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c 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.