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Highland Scots - Inverness & area:
Alexander Chisholm

Alexander Chisholm (d1799) was the son of William Chisholm (1717-1807), a surgeon who was twice provost of Inverness. Alexander was a nephew of Alexander, James and Evan Baillie, who were all prominent merchants in the slave trade. He died at plantation Friendship in Demerara in 1799 [Aberdeen Journal, 25 Nov 1799], a property owned in 1798 by the long established Dutch planter, John Haslin (d1804).