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Executions. Legal documents.

Subject Source: Other Source
Scope Note: The writing in which the fulfilment of the duty of an officer of the law is narrated. Source: Gibb (A D). 'Students' glossary of Scottish legal terms.' (Edinburgh: W Green and Son Ltd, 1946.).

Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:

Execution, 8 April 1591, of charge, 7 March 1590/1591, to assist Thomas Ogilvie, burgess of Dundee, in a trading venture to France, on a Danzig ship in Shetland., 8 April 1591.

Identifier: Ch.15078
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 April 1591.

Execution of apprising at instance of John Carstairs against Alexander, Lord Saltoun., 2 December 1637.

Identifier: Ch.13612
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: 2 December 1637.

Execution of arrestment at instance of James Donaldson, merchant in Edinburgh, against Samuel Calderwood, plasterer in Bristo and Andrew Fletcher, Lord Milton., 8 August 1734.

Identifier: Ch.14604
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Sir Andrew Fletcher of Innerpeffer purchased Saltoun and Glencorse in 1642; Glencorse was sold in 1647. The documents concern both the estate and individual members of the family.

Dates: 8 August 1734.