Hew Crawford-Pollok, Bt was born on an unknown date to Hew Crawford of Jordanhill (c1690-1756) and Mary Greenshields (c1696-) and died 1 July 1794 of unspecified causes. He married Robina Pollok (c1730-1820) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Henry II of England (1133-1189), Rurik (c832-879), Alfred the Great (849-899), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329). Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Scotland, England, France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Belarus, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, the Byzantine Empire, Sweden, the United States.

Electric Scotland says:

"Hew Crawfurd of Jordanhill, the seventh laird, only son of Hew, the sixth laird, was on 19th July, 1765, served heir male to the above-mentioned Sir John Crawfurd of Kilbirnie, baronet, ancestor of the families of Kilbirnie and Jordanhill. He married Robina, only child of Captain John Pollok of Balgray, third son of Sir Robert Pollok of Pollok, baronet, and in her right became Sir Hew Crawfurd Pollok, baronet. "


Offspring of Hew Crawford-Pollok, Bt and Robina Pollok (c1730-1820)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Robert Crawford-Pollok, 3rd Baronet Pollok (c1760-)
Lucken Crawford (c1767-aft1806) 1767 Scotland 1806 Scotland John Gordon-Cuming-Skene (1761-1828)


The Morning Post of 13 November 1845[1] reported:

On the 5th current, Sir Hew Crawfurd Pollok was, by Mr. Sheriff Speirs and a Special Jury, sitting in the Parliament House, served heir to his uncle, the late Sir Robert Crawfurd Pollok, Bart., of that ilk. The Jury, agents, and a numerous party of Sir Hew's friends and tenantry, were afterwards entertained to a sumptuous dinner in the North British Hotel, at which Sir Hew presided. The chair was most ably supported by Sir Norman M`Donald Lockhart, Bart., David Mure, Esq., Deputy-Advocate, Hall Maxwell, Esq., jun., of Dargavel, &c. William Forlong, Esq., of Erins, did the duties of croupier in a most efficient manner, supported by Keith M`Donald M`Alister, Esq., of Inistrynich, Captain Stuart, Esq., R.N., &c.


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