Perthshire Sasine Extracts No. 2.

 

1. Sasine in favour of David Forrester of Polder for the lands of Little Ward as heir to his deceased father, James Forrester of Polder, 20 October 1783.

2. Sasine in favour of Donald Stewart of Stronhavie for the lands of Drumcharry and others, as heir to his father, John Stewart of Stronhavie, 31 March 1784.

3. Sasine in favour of Dr Adam Drummond of Gairdrum and Captain John Drummond, his son, for the lands of Gairdrum, 25 June 1784.

4. Sasine in favour of James Stewart of Torr in part of the lands Ruskie as heir to his father, Duncan Stewart of Torr, 7 July 1784.

5. Sasine in favour of Henry MacLagan in the lands of Dunnavourd as heir to his deceased father, henry MacLagan of Dunavourd, 14 July 1784.

6. Sasine in favour Jean Macduff in the lands of Urquhill beg as heir to her father, Daniel macduff, Merchant in Dunkeld, following on a Disposition by him in favour of his daughters, Jean and Frances, 21 September 1784.

7. Sasine in favour of Mark Wood, Captain in the Engineers, for the lands of Bridge-end of Perth as heir to his father, Alexander Wood, Writer in Perth, 16 June 1784.

8. Sasine in favour of John Bisset, portioner of Nether Kincairney, in part of the lands of Nether Kincairney, on a disposition to him by his father, John Bisset, portioner of Nether Kincairney, dated 13 September 1755, Sasine dated 23 September 1784.

9. Sasine in favour of James Robertson of Edradynate in the lands of Lurgan, Balnald and others, as heir to his brother, Alexander Robertson of Edradynate, 26 October 1784.

10. Sasine in favour of William Rattray, Captain of Artillery in the H.E.I.C.S., for himself and the children of Captain James Rattray, son of James Rattray of Rannagulzion, in the lands of Easter Leitfie following on a Bond by Elizabeth Kinloch in Easter Leitfie and Janet Kinloch, relict spouse of the said James Rattray, senior, 26 November 1784.

11. Sasine in favour of James Stewart, Writer at Dowally, and James Stewart, his son, in the lands of Dirnanean as security on a Bond of £200 by them to Andrew Small of Dirnanean dated 22 February 1787, Sasine dated 17 March 1787.

12. Sasine in favour of Henry Butter of Pitlochry for the lands of Lettoch, 19 March 1787.

13. Sasine in favour of Neil and John Robertson, in the lands of Pitnacree as heir to their parents, Robert Robertson at Mill of Invervack and Barbara Stewart, his wife, who had them as security for a Bond of £3000 to Lord James Murray of Pitnacree dated 24 December 1756. Sasine dated 4 April 1787.

14. Sasine in favour of Jean Buchannan, wife of George Graham of Glenny, in the liferent of the lands of Glenny, 5 May 1787.

15. Sasine in favour of Margaret, Isobel, Jean and Katherine Reid in the lands of Eastertyre as heirs to their father, James Reid of Eastertyre, 6 July 1787.

16. Sasine in favour of Henry Butter of Pitlochry for the lands of Wester Straloch which he had acquired from John Rbertson, late of Straloch, and Mary MacLaren, his wife. Sasine dated 9 September 1787.

17. Sasine in favour of Alexander MacDonald for the lands of Dalchosnie as heir to his father, John MacDonald of Dalchosnie, dated 6 October 1787.

18. Sasine in favour of Anthony Murray for the lands of East and West Dollerie which he had acquired from James Murray, late of Dollerie, 3 December 1787.

19. Sasine in favour of Neil Stewart in Wester Blairphettie for the lands of Laigh Mains of Orchill as heir to his father, Neil Stewart in Mains of Orchill, who had acquired right to them as security for a Bond by Alexander Stewart of Orchillbeg to Charles Stewart in Mains of Orchill dated 3 June 1730. Sasine dated 11 February 1788.

20. Sasine in favour of Robert Stewart of Castle Stewart for the lands of Duntaullich as heir to his father, William Stewart, Merchant in Perth, 28 April 1788.

 

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