Person:Jerome Tulloch (2)

Jerome Tulloch, of Quholme
  1. Jerome Tulloch, of Quholme
  • HJerome Tulloch, of Quholme
  1. Patrik Tulloche - 1650
  2. James Tulloch - aft 1650
  3. Alison Tulloch - aft 1650
  4. Margaret Tulloch - aft 1650
  5. Joane Tulloch - aft 1650
Facts and Events
Name[1] Jerome Tulloch, of Quholme
Gender Male
Property[3] 1642 Orphir, Orkney, Scotland
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    Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae, p251 (out of copyright):

    JEROME TULLOCH, [referring to his father] belonged to a family who held considerable property in the Orkneys after the Reformation. He was sub-chantor in the un-Reformed Church, and conformed in 1560 or soon afterwards. He had charge (with readers) of a wide district which included Sandwick, Rousay, Egilsay, Wyre, and Enhallow. He owed his position to friendship with Earl Robert, and had his residence at Quholme near Stromness (granted him by a charter of 1584), where stood of old a chapel of St Mary. In 1588 he had the lands of Dale "in the Outertown of Stromness." He died before 1594. He marr. Alison Lindsay (marr. (2) Alexander Muir), and had issue — Jerome, " an honest and discreet man" who, in 1624, had a charter and sasine of Quholme from Bishop Grahame. — [Craven's Orkney (1558-1662), 29, 46, 57, 152 ; Peterkin's Rentals.']

  2.   Will.


  3. Peterkin, Alexander. Rentals of the ancient Earldom and Bishoprick of Orkney: with some other explanatory and relative documents. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 19--?), 15.

    Jerom Tullo holds his lands [off the Bishop] in the paroche of Orpher for paymt off aucht [8] pound yeirlie [yearly]