Contract of marriage between James Wood of Bonnyton for himself and Jean Wood, his daughter, on he one part; and James Herring of Glasclune, and Andrew Herring, his son and apparent heir, on the other part, for the marriage of the said Jean and Andrew, dated 1 September 1559.
Contract of marriage between James Wood of Bonnyton and Patrick Wood, his son and apparent heir, on the one part; and Jane Stewart, daughter of the late Henry Stewart, Lord Methven, Dame Janet Stewart, relict of the said Henry; Patrick, Lord Ruthven, now her spouse, William Murray of Tulliebardine, Colin Campbell of Glenorchy and John Crichton of Strathurd, cautioners for them, for the marriage of the said Patrick and Jane, dated 17 August 1560.
Contract of marriage between John Stewart of Traquair and Margaret Stewart, his sister, on the one part; and Patrick Murray of Fallahill and James Murray, his son and apparent heir, on the other, for the marriage of the said Margaret and James, dated 6 October 1560.
Contract of marriage between Andrew Murray of Blackbarony and Marion Murray, his daughter by the deceased Elizabeth Lockhart, his wife, on the one part; James Hoppringill of Woodhouse on the other part, dated 14 December 1566.
Contract of marriage between Gilbert Rait in Caltoun and James Rait, his son, on the one part; and John Low, citiner in Brechin, taking burden for Elizabeth Low, his daughter, on the other part, for the marriage of the James and Elizabeth. Dated 15 January 1566.
Obligation by John Levingtoune of Saltcoats to William Livingtoune, his son, dated 29 January 1566.
Decree Arbitral between Patrick Seton of Parbroath on the one part, and Patrick Wood of Bonnyton, taking burden for Nicholas Wardlaw, his wife, on the other, dated 1 February 1566.
Contract of marriage between James Muirhead of Lachope, taking burden for Christiane Muirhead, his daughter, on the one part; and Robert Baillie of Bradest, lawful son to James Baillie of Carphin, on the other, for the marriage between the said Christiane and James, dated 18 April 1590.
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