re: Thankyou for your reply to my query regarding the two properties of Clary Castle and Garlies / Garroles Castle :
"I had wondered if Clary Castle, the home of the Bishops of Galloway, was also known as Garlies Castle because Queen Mary visited Alexander Stewart, younger of Garlies, there on 11 Aug 1563."
Book "Wigtownshire Charters" Third Series, Edited by R.C.Reid, LL.D. Vol. LI (51) also notes Garlies / Garroles, of Alexander Stewart, younger, who was probably residing at Clary / Clarie Castle, home of the Bishops of Galloway :
pp.239 240. No. 326. AD1551/2, February 26,
"Instrument of sasine at the hand of Alexander Adair N.P. narrating that John Broun as bailie of William Carnis of Orchardtoun elder on precept dated at Edinburgh 8 Feb. and witnessed by sir John Maxwell of Terreglis, Alexander Stewart of Garroles younger, Dom. John Brice vicar of Dumfries, schir George Richartsoun vicar of Kilgour, John Lokart chaplain and Mr. Nicolas Robesone, - infeft John Carnis of Quiltis, son of the said William Carnis, and Margaret McCulloch spouses conjointly in an 8/ land of his lands of Glenure called Blairboy, held of the crown. Witnesses : Peter Craik messenger to the queen, Rolland McCaquha and Alexander Thomsoun. (See R.M.S., 1546/80-676.). Galloway Charters"