MACINTOSH, WILLIAM [SSNE 149]
Captain William Macintosh was outlawed by Sir Alexander Falconer of Halkerton for failing his full levy of 23 men to serve under Colonel Robert Maxwell, Earl of Nithsdale [SSNE 531] in Danish service and their transport to Glückstadt (‘luksteid’) in Germany according to Macintosh’s bond to Nithsdale on 4 September 1627. William’s penalty was 5 dollars per missing man. Nithsdale then outlawed William’s cautioner, Mr Angus Macintosh, minister at Kingussie, who later paid the money. As a result Nithsdale assigned the legal action and the recovery of the money to Mr Angus on 12 February 1629. William Macintosh was a captain in Skane regiment in 1629.
G. Lind, Danish Data Archive 1573; T. Riis, Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot (Odense, 1988), II, p. 114; NRS, Particular Register of Hornings and Inhibitions, Inverness, 1st ser., DI62/8, fos. 77v-8v, 108r-9r.