Service of Jean and Margaret Robertson as heirs to their deceased father, John Robertson, Merchant Burgess of Perth. 6 March 1655.
Curatory of Isabel, daughter of James Drummond, Merchant Burgess of Perth, procreate between him and the deceased Agnes Duffe, his wife, charging officers to pass to the presence of John Drummond, Cordiner Burgess of Perth, and Andrew Drummond, Cordiner Burgess of Perth, his son, as nearest kin on her father's side and John Duff, Merchant in Perth, as nearest of kin on her mother's side, to accept curatory. Dated 5 March 1655.
Service of Andrew Drummond, Cordiner Burgess of Perth, as heir to his father, John Drummond, Cordiner Burgess of Perth, 6 May 1655.
Also Service of the above Andrew Drummond as heir to John Drummond, his father's brother's son, 28 August 1655.
Curator of James, Patrick and Elizabeth, children of the deceased Patrick Campbell of Edinample, being "juniors" against Patrick Campbell of Inneryeldies and John Campbell of Edinample as nearest kin on their father's side and Sir James Campbell of Lawers and John Campbell of Cambusmoir as nearest kin on their mother's side, charged to accept position of curators. 27 February 1656.
Service of Patrick Robertson, Merchant Burgess of Perth, as heir to his father, George Robertson, Merchant Burgess of Perth, dated 20 March 1683.
Curatory by Thomas Inglis, eldest son of the deceased Thomas Inglis, Glover in Perth, being a minor, nominates James Crief, late Baillie, and John Crie, elder, Glover Burgess of Perth, to be curators to him as nearest kin on his mother's side. 20 March 1684.
Curatory by Anna and Helen Blair, daughters of the deceased Thomas Blair of Polkmiln, charging James Blair of Spoutwalls and John Blair, his brother, to accept the position as curators to them as nearest kin on their father's side. 15 May 1686.
Curatory by George, Janet and Marjory, children of the deceased James Rollo, Saddler, charging Henry Rollo, late Baillie of Perth, and and John Snell, barber in Perth, as nearest kin on their father's side, and Dr. David Ireland, Doctor of the Grammar School in Perth, and William Ireland, Shoemaker in Perth, as next of kin on their mother's side, to take up the office of curator to them, 31 May 1687.
Service of George Rollo, only son of George Rollo, Flesher Burgess of Perth, by his wife, Margaret Ireland, as heir to his said father, 14 January 1686.
Curatory by Thomas Murray of Woodend charging George Murray, residenter in Perth, brother german to the deceased Anthony Murray of Woodend, John Murray, late Baillie of Edinburgh, and Mr James Murray, Writer in Edinburgh, as nearest kin on the father's side, and James Lindsay of Dowhill and Alexander Aytoun of Inchdairney, as nearest kin on his mother's side, to take up the office of curator. 11 January 1689.
Service of Mr. George Robertson, as heir to his brother german, Patrick Robertson, Merchant Burgess of Perth, 6 August 1690.
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