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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 Sir Peter Young of Seton and Thomas Nairn of Muccasie and Peter Hay of Kirkland., 11 January 1612.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.15116
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: 11 January 1612.

Contract between Sir Robert Fletcher of Innerpeffer and Alexander Forrester in Innerpeffer., 27 October 1655.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13857
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: 27 October 1655.

Contract between Sir Thomas Hope of Craighall, Lord Advocate and Sir John Hope S.C.J. and John Carstairs of Newgrange concerning Saltoun., 6 January 1637.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13597
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: 6 January 1637.

Contract between Sir William Forbes of Craigievar, John Forbes of Corss [son of Patrick Bishop of Aberdeen], James Skene of Skene, John Kennedy of Kermuckie, John Forbes of Balnagask, Sir Robert Forbes, brother of Sir William, Mr Andrew Skene of Auchtertwill, Mr Robert Farquhar, burgess of Aberdeen and John Carstairs of Newgrange., 8, 17-20, 26 October 1636.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.13588
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: 8, 17-20, 26 October 1636.

Contract between the governors of George Watson`s Hospital and William Adam, architect in Edinburgh, to build a new hospital., 24 April 1738.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.15194
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: 24 April 1738.

Contract between Thomas, Earl of Kellie, Lord of Restennet and [?] concerning the teinds of Nether Turings and Quhinnedrum., 1623.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.14343
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: 1623.

Contract between William, Earl Marischal (succeeded 1527), and George, Earl of Errol., 15 November 1551.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.17129A
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Included are charters of Deer Abbey which passed to the family on the Reformation as the lordship of Altrie. Notes on these charters appear in Patrick Keith Murray`s `Inventory of Marischal Papers, 1905`, MS.21114.

Dates: 15 November 1551.

Contract between William, Earl Marischal (succeeded 1623) and James Skirven of Plewlandhill for the tiends of Humbie., 11 July 1635.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.17237
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Included are charters of Deer Abbey which passed to the family on the Reformation as the lordship of Altrie. Notes on these charters appear in Patrick Keith Murray`s `Inventory of Marischal Papers, 1905`, MS.21114.

Dates: 11 July 1635.

Contract between William Lindsay in Stobfaulds and Marybell Guthrie his wife and Alexander Lindsay his son, servant to Alexander, Lord Spynie, concerning lands in Stobfaulds., 4 May 1630.

 Item
Identifier: Ch.15146
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: 4 May 1630.