1743 - 1801
Reportedly a slave-trader, probably in fact a slave-factor, in Jamaica, purchasing at least one estate in St Ann that has yet to be traced, and returning to Britain to buy an estate in Kincardineshire and becoming MP for Aberdeen Burghs 1792-1801.
http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1790-1820/member/allardyce-alexander-1743-1801 [accessed 08/05/2017]; http://www.abdn.ac.uk/slavery/6p3.htm [accessed 08/05/2017].
(1) Ann Baxter (2) Hannah Innes
Dunnottar Woods [Built]
Woods laid out and planted by Alexander Allardyce on the estate he purchased, on which he also built 'a substantial mansion', since...
Tomb or Grave
Memorial to Ann Baxter [Built]
Memorial designed by John Bacon erected in St Nicholas Kirk Aberdeen by Alexander Allardyce in 1787 for his first wife, Ann...
Aberdeen Burghs Aberdeenshire / Forfar / Kincardine
1792 - 1801
Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, North-east Scotland, Scotland