GB252/MS56/Bundle 19/Misc uncatalogued papers.

 

Contract of marriage dated 28 September 1703, between Robert Menzies, eldest son of Alexander Menzies of Schian, with consent of his father, on the one part, and Grisel, daughter of Mr. Alexander Robertson, Minister at Fortingall, on the other part, for the marriage of Robert and Grisel. Witnesses: Alexander Menzies of Garth; Alexander Menzies of Bolfracks; Robert Menzies of Aberfeldy and William Menzies in Over Urlar.

Contract of marriage dated 28 July 1710, between Duncan Campbell of Duneaves, on the one part, and Beatrix, daughter of Mr Alexander Robertson, Minister at Fortingall, on the other part. Witnesses: Mr. George Robertson “my brother-in-law,” and David Campbell “my second son.”

Discharge by Duncan Campbell, third son of Duncan Campbell of Duneaves, to Mr. Alexander Robertson, Minister of Fortingall, for Tocher due upon the his marriage with Janet Robertson, the said Alexander’s daughter. Dated 12 August 1715.

Discharge by Robert Menzies in Auchnacloich to Mr. Alexander Robertson, Minister at Fortingall, for tocher promised with Grisel Robertson, Alexander’s daughter, dated 9 May 1717.

Contract of marriage dated at Killin, on 26 July 1721, between James Menzies, eldest son in life of Alexander Menzies of Bolfracks, with consent of his said father, on the one part, and Margaret Stewart, daughter of Mr. Robert Stewart, Minister of Killin, on the other part, with provision of the lands of Bolfracks being made to James and Margaret of the lands of Bolfracks which had belonged to the deceased William Menzies, father of the said John.

Contract of marriage dated at Killin and Logierait on 28 November 1726, between Mr. Duncan Stewart, second son of Mr. Robert Stewart of Killiechassie, Minister of Killin, on the one part, and Mary, edlest daughter of Mr. Adam Fergusson, Minister of Logierait, on the other part, for the marriage of the said Mr. Duncan and Mary.

Bond of Translation by Robert Menzies in Linmore, son of the deceased Alexander Menzies of Schian, of a Bond granted to him by the deceased Alexander Robertson of Strowan for 830 merks Scots dated 2 January 1708, which he now assigns to Alexander Menzis, his eldest son. Dated 6 May 1729. Written by Robert Menzies, junior in Linmore.

Obligation by Margaret Stewart, wife of James Menzies of Bolfracks, Ann Stewart, wife of James Robertson of Killiechangie, and Katherine Stewart, wife of Alexander MacLaren of Pittenzie, to Ann Campbell, relict of Mr.Robert Stewart, Minister of Killin, their mother, dated 7 November 1730.

Contract of marriage dated at Clochfoldich, on 19 December 1748, between Samuel Reid, younger of Pitnacree, on the one part, and Ann Stewart, eldest daughter of the deceased Alexander Stewart of Clochfoldich, on the other part.

Contract of marriage dated at Derculich on 29 November 1749 between Charles Stewart, wadsetter in Laigh of Cluny, on the one part, and Ann Stewart, eldest daughter of the deceased Mr. Duncan Stewart of Blackhills, with consent of Adam Stewart, now of Blackhills, her brother, on the other part.

Contract of marriage dated at Clochfoldich, on 15 July 1754, between Duncan Robertson, brother german to Mr George Robertson of Edradynate, on the one part, and Mary, youngest daughter of the deceased Mr. Duncan Stewart of Blackhills, with consent of Adam Stewart, now of Blackhills, her brother german, on the other part, for the marriage of Duncan and Mary. Witnesses: Robert Stewart of Killiechassie; Alexander Stewart of Findynate; Thomas Bisset of Glenalbert and Robert Stewart in Pitcastle.

Contract of marriage dated at Colquhalzie, on 24 October 1766, between Adam Stewart of Blackhills on the one part, and Helen, daughter of John Hepburn of Colquhalzie, on the other part.

Contract of marriage dated at Edradynate, on 10 December 1778, between James Stewart of Derculich on the one part, and Margaret Robertson, only daughter of the deceased Duncan Robertson of Edradynate, with consent of James Robertson, now of Edradynate, her brother german, on the other part.

 

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