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by Jean Kincaid
Author: Jean Kincaid
Publisher: White Rose Publishing (October 22, 2008)
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Jean Kincaid (1579–5 July 1600) was a Scottish woman who was convicted of murdering her husband. Jean Kincaid was the daughter of John Livingstoun of Dunipace, born in 1579 as Jean Livingston. She married John Kincaid of Warriston, who was a man of influence in Edinburgh, being related to the Kincaids of Stirlingshire, and possessed of extensive estates in Midlothian and Linlithgowshire.
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