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Contracts. Agreements.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents, enforceable by law, embodying agreements between two or more competent parties to do or not to do something, and specifying the terms and conditions of the agreement.

Found in 483 Collections and/or Records:

Extract of contract, 12 August 1588, between David Lindsay of Kinnettles and Patrick Guthrie of Pitmullie. Registered, 12 August 1588., 12 August 1588.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13905
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Kirkton of Kinnettles and Monikie were acquired from Lindsay of Kinnettles by Sir Andrew Fletcher in 1618 and 1620.

Dates: 12 August 1588.

Extract of contract, 14 January 1601, between James Findlason, burgess of Dundee and Isobel Wallace his mother, and Robert Fletcher, dean of guild, as cautioner, and David Fleming, burgess of Dundee and Isobel Fleming his daughter, for marriage of James Findlason and Isobel Fleming. Registered, 20 January 1602., 14 January 1601.

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Identifier: Ch.13766
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The family acquired various properties in Angus which were consolidated into the baronies of Innerpeffer and Turin; after Sir Andrew`s purchase of Saltoun the Angus property was sold, some to Col Sir Francis Ruthven in 1648, some to George, Lord Spynie in 1650, and some to George, Earl of Panmure in 1663; current titles will have passed to the purchasers.

Dates: 14 January 1601.

Extract of contract, 22 December 1611, between David, Earl of Crawford and David Lindsay, fiar of Kinnettles. Registered, 9 July 1612., 22 December 1611.

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Identifier: Ch.13908
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Kirkton of Kinnettles and Monikie were acquired from Lindsay of Kinnettles by Sir Andrew Fletcher in 1618 and 1620.

Dates: 22 December 1611.

Extract of contract, 27 March 1618, between Sir Harie Lindsay of Carrestoun, George Lindsay his son and Mr William Forbes of Many. Registered, 17 March 1620., 27 March 1618.

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Identifier: Ch.13498
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

William Forbes of Many, afterwards of Craigievar, and his son Sir William, succeeded in acquiring all rights to Saltoun, which was ultimately sold, after being held briefly by Sir William Gray of Pittendrum and various relations of Forbes, to Sir Andrew Fletcher of Innerpeffer.

Dates: 27 March 1618.