Note: This page is a conduit for me to make abstracts of documents I view which relate to various as yet unidentified Stewarts in the south Perthshire/Lochearn/Balquhidder vicinity available to interested parties. Further inclusions will be made on an on-going basis.
Testament of Agnes Stewart at Portnellan. Legacies to Patrick Stewart, her brother; also to Andrew Stewart, her brother, and Alexander Stewart Jameson – dated 1546.
Testament of Catherine Stewart in Broich, wife of Robert Stewart in Broich, who died in May 1589, given up by Andrew and Janet Stewart, their bairns.
Testament of Alexander Stewart in Doune who died in September 1609.
Testament of Robert Stewart in Broich who died in May 1629.
Testament of James Stewart in Lennie who died in December 1655 given up by Donald Stewart in name and on behalf of John, Marie and Elizabeth Stewart, his siblings, all children of the defunct.
Testament of John Stewart in Glenfinglass who died in March 1654 given up by James Stewart, his son. Debts owed by the deceased at the time of his death include to Walter Stewart in Auchinleron and to James Stewart in Glenfinglass for remaning tocher with his daughter. Cautioner: Alexander Stewart, fiar of Annat.
Testament of Janet Stewart, wife of Duncan Stewart in Duvard of Glenfinglass, who died in December 1662.
Testament of Andrew Stewart in Lanrick and also of the late Marion Moir, his wife, who died in July 1667.
Testament of Alexander Stewart, son of John Stewart in Glenfinglass, who died in September 1646, given up by Alexander Stewart in Alloway as executor.
Testament of William Stewart in Glenfinglass who died in August 1668 given up by Duncan, Andrew, James, Alexander, Robert, Mary, Anna, Katherine and Elizabeth Stewart, his bairns. Cautioner James MacIldowy Stewart in Glenfinglass.
Testament of Donald Stewart in Glenfinglass who died in November 1671, given up by Janet Stewart, his wife. Cautioner: Duncan Stewart in Glenfinglass.
Testament of Duncan Stewart in Glenfinglass who died in March 1674, given up by James, his brother, as executor in the name of Katherine Stewart, the defunct’s daughter. Debts due to him at the time of his death include by: Alexander Stewart in Glenfinglass, Walter Stewart in Leny and James Stewart in Glenfinglass.
Testament of Robert Stewart in Drummewen in Glenbuckie, who died in May 1674, given up by John Stewart, his brother, as executor and on behalf of Katherine, Janet, Isobel and Mary Stewart, children to the defunct.
Testament of Elizabeth Stewart in Leanach in balquhidder who died in December 1674, given up by Janet and Katherine Stewart, her sisters, as executors, and Donald McNagatar, husband of the said janet, for his interest. Debts were due to the defunct at time of death include by: Duncan Stewart in Glenfinglass, the late Duncan Stewart in Dallanlagane and Robert Stewart in Tullich.
Testament of Walter Stewart in Dundurn who died in January 1676 given up by Alexander Stewart of Annat as executor qua creditor. Mention is made of Walter’s wife, Agnes Schaw.
Testament of John Stewart in Gartinwharrow who died in February 1676, given up by James Stewart at the Kirk of Balquhidder as executor. Debts due to the defunct at the time of his death include: John Stewart in Kellimor and John Stewart in Stronvar.
Testament of John Stewart in Innerewen, in the parish of Balquhidder, who died in May 1677, given up by Duncan Stewart, his eldest son, in name and on behalf of Donald, Jannet, Helen, Mary and Isabel Stewart, his siblings. Alexander Stewart in Dulater is cautioner.
Testament of Duncan Stewart in Dallinlaggan who died in March 1678 given up by Christian Stewart, his relict. Duncan Stewart in Glenbuckie cautioner.
Testament of William Stewart in Ledcreich who died in November 1680 given up by John Stewart, his son. Duncan Stewart, forrester in Glenfinglass, cautioner.
Testament of John Stewart in Dullator, in the parish of Port, who died oin October 1685, given up by Duncan Stewart, his brother german, as executor.