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Collection name. Fletcher of Saltoun Papers

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Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Microfilm of various notebooks of the family of Fletcher of Saltoun.

Identifier: MS.17887 [Mf.MSS.184]
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) MS.E 111. Accounts of General Henry Fletcher as colonel of the 35th Regiment with his agents Gray and Ogilvie (later Ross and Ogilvie), 1775-1794 and 1794-1798;(ii) MS.B 83. Labourers' wages, 1750-1765;(iii) MS.C 203. Cottars' book, 1780-1802, detailing rents and repairs;(iv) MS.C 204. List of letters received by Andrew Fletcher, auditor of exchequer, November 1755-April 1764, with (inverted) a list of prints;...
Dates: 1750-1802.

Papers of the family of Fletcher of Saltoun (previously of Innerpeffer), with some of Abernethy, Lords Saltoun.

Identifier: MSS.16501-17880
Scope and Contents The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 12th century-mid 20th century.

Poems and a mock sermon (on marriage) in the hand of Andrew Fletcher, auditor of exchequer.

Identifier: MS.17895
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Various dates between 1743 and 1757 occur.

Dates: 1743-1757.

Various notebooks of the family of Fletcher of Saltoun.

Identifier: MSS.17888-17894
Dates: Mid 18th century-early 19th century.