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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 481 Collections and/or Records:

Contract between John, Lord Saltoun and cautioners and Charles Panter, servant to John, Earl of Mar., 16 November 1598.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13134
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The 8th Lord sold many of the estates and borrowed extensively on the security of Saltoun, which was the subject of endless dispute after his death in 1612.

Dates: 16 November 1598.

Contract between John, Lord Saltoun and Matthew Finlason of Killeith concerning Glencorse., 1 September 1597.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13127
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The 8th Lord sold many of the estates and borrowed extensively on the security of Saltoun, which was the subject of endless dispute after his death in 1612.

Dates: 1 September 1597.

Contract between John, Lord Saltoun and Robert Joylie, merchant, burgess of Edinburgh and Bessie Arnott, his wife., 11 July, 27 August 1600.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13139
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The 8th Lord sold many of the estates and borrowed extensively on the security of Saltoun, which was the subject of endless dispute after his death in 1612.

Dates: 11 July, 27 August 1600.

Contract between John, Lord Saltoun and Sir Thomas Graham of Clunie and Alexander Murray of Cubardie., 19, 21 May 1599.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13137
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The 8th Lord sold many of the estates and borrowed extensively on the security of Saltoun, which was the subject of endless dispute after his death in 1612.

Dates: 19, 21 May 1599.

Contract between John Ogilvie of Cars and Mr David Wood in Cars and Helen Russell his wife., 26 August 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14081
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The relationship between these families is not clear. The lands of Carse were acquired by Sir Andrew Fletcher in 1628 and 1629.

Dates: 26 August 1625.

Contract between John Ogilvie of Cars and Mr David Wood in Cars and Helen Russell his wife., 29, 30 November ?1626.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14082
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The relationship between these families is not clear. The lands of Carse were acquired by Sir Andrew Fletcher in 1628 and 1629.

Dates: 29, 30 November ?1626.

Contract between John Ogilvy of Cars and Alexander Ogilvy of Schillhill, concerning West Cottoun., 9 December 1626.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14083
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The relationship between these families is not clear. The lands of Carse were acquired by Sir Andrew Fletcher in 1628 and 1629.

Dates: 9 December 1626.

Contract between John Wishart of Wishart and David Young, servant to His Majesty concerning the lands of Logie etc, [Kirriemuir]., 8 July 1630.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.15147
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Some of the items in this series belong in other parts of the Saltoun collection, but their relationship was not discovered until after the arrangement had been finalised; others may have been acquired by various members of the family.

Dates: 8 July 1630.

Contract between Mr George Fletcher, advocate, commissioner for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and David Arbuthnott of Auchterforfar concerning the teinds of Auchterforfar., 27 May 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14356
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 27 May 1625.

Contract between Mr George Fletcher, advocate, commissioner for Thomas Earl of Kellie, and Harie Guthrie of Halkertoun concerning Restennet., 5 February 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14355
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 5 February 1625.

Contract between Mr George Fletcher, advocate, commissioner for Thomas, Earl of Kellie, and Mr Thomas Lyon, fiar of Cossens concerning the teinds of Restennet., 5 February 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14354
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir George Fletcher, advocate, a younger son of Robert of Innerpeffer, was one of his commissioners and acquired the lands of Restennet in 1627. The first two documents, the earliest in the collection, are the foundation charter of the Priory by Malcolm IV and its confirmation by the Bishop of St Andrews.

Dates: 5 February 1625.

Contract between Mr Walter Lyndsay of Hilton and David Guthrie, fiar of Hilton, of Guthrie., 27 February 1583/1584.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14186
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The earlier documents relate mainly to Guthrie of Petmowis and the lands of Stotfaulds and others in Monikie, the later to Guthrie of Guthrie and the lands of Hilton and Langlands of Guthrie, which were acquired by Lindsay of Balgays in 1603. There are also documents concerning the Collegiate Church of Guthrie (of which Guthrie of Guthrie was patron) and Innerpeffer (sold to Robert Fletcher in 1596).

Dates: 27 February 1583/1584.

Contract between Mr Walter Lyndsay of Kemphill and Alexander Guthrie of that ilk concerning Hilton of Guthrie and superiority of Langlands., 10 November 1583.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14183
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The earlier documents relate mainly to Guthrie of Petmowis and the lands of Stotfaulds and others in Monikie, the later to Guthrie of Guthrie and the lands of Hilton and Langlands of Guthrie, which were acquired by Lindsay of Balgays in 1603. There are also documents concerning the Collegiate Church of Guthrie (of which Guthrie of Guthrie was patron) and Innerpeffer (sold to Robert Fletcher in 1596).

Dates: 10 November 1583.

Contract between Mr William Forbes of Craigievar and cautioners and John Hamilton of Carlawrie and Helen Home, his wife, concerning an annualrent from Saltoun., 27 May 1625, 2, 6, 31 June 1625.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13527
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 May 1625, 2, 6, 31 June 1625.