Archaeological and Historical Collections Relating to Ayrshire & Galloway Volume 6

Archaeological and Historical Collections Relating to Ayrshire & Galloway Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...sold by the said John Lokhart to John Wallace of Cragy, under reversion for 300 merks, to which the said Archibald now had right by infeftment from the said John Wallace, and having received from the hands of the said John Lokhart the said sum of 300 merks in numbered money, he granted the said lands to be lawfully redeemed. Done within the burgh of Ayr, at two o'clock afternoon of the 11th of November 1578, these witnesses being present, Adam Johnstoun, William Roger, William Hunter, burgesses of Ayr, and James Lokhart in Cuningpark. 33. Campbell. Instrument narrating that a prudent woman, Marion M'Millen, spouse of James Crawfurd, burgess of Ayr, compeared with her said husband, and by unanimous consent acknowledged they had received from the hands of Donald Campbell, burgess of the said burgh, the sum of 100 merks, in counted money, for the redemption and lawful relaxation of an annualrent of ten merks, taken yearly from the back tenement of the said Donald, lying in the said burgh, between the tenement of the deceased John Wilson on the one side, and another tenement of the said Donald on the other side, formerly sold by the said Donald to the late Robert M'Millen, grandfather of the said Marion, under reversion of the said amount, and now redeemed by payment thereof: Therefore the said Marion and her husband by unanimous consent, purely and simply resigned and surrendered all and whole the aforesaid annualrent of ten merks in the hands of an honourable man, George Jameson, one of the bailies of Ayr, in favour of the said Donald, for new seisin to be given to him thereupon: which resignation having been so made and duly received by the. said bailie, he then gave state, heritable seisin, corporal and actual possession, of the said annualrent, ..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236533593
  • 9781236533593