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Marriage records. Documents.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents kept by a state, city, or town official which are permanent records of marriages and which include the names of the spouses, the maiden name of the wife, their addresses, and the date of marriage.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Calendar containing a large number of English saints., 15th century.

Identifier: MS.6123
Scope and Contents The entries in red include Saints Frideswide (19 October) and Hugh of Lincoln (17 November). The calendar for each month is followed by astronomical computations for the years 1444-1554. There are also tables of dominical letters and golden numbers for 1438-1554, tables concerning the moon and the signs of the zodiac, medical notes, and notes on the phases of the moon. (Folios 25-26.) Written in red and black with some initials in blue. Pen-work decoration in red.The marriage in...
Dates: 15th century.

Copies, 1727 or before, in various hands, of papers concerning Mary Queen of Scots and her reign, apparently collected by James Anderson.

Identifier: Adv.MS.6.1.19
Scope and Contents Although not published in the work, James Anderson appears to have collected the material comprising this manuscript for his ‘Collections Relating to the History of Mary Queen of Scotland’ (Edinburgh and London, 1727-1728). A draft of articles of co-partnery between Anderson, his son-in-law John Leitch, and his son Patrick, to publish the Collections is at folio 21. Among the papers copied are:the marriage articles of Mary and François II, 1558 (folio 13 verso);...
Dates: 1558-1620.

Excerpts from Minto Kirk Sessions records, 1703-1748, sent by the 4th Earl of Minto to the Honourable George Francis Stewart Elliot., [Circa 1885.]

Identifier: MS.13325
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The founder of the family was Gilbert Elliot (1651-1718), a younger son of Gavin Elliot of Midlem Mill. Gilbert Elliot was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1688, created a baronet in 1700, and appointed a Lord of Session as Lord Minto in 1705; he acquired the lands of Headshaw in Roxburghshire in 1696, and added Minto to his property in 1703. Sir Gilbert Elliot, 2nd Baronet (1693-1766), likewise had a distinguished legal career, becoming a Lord of Session as Lord Minto in 1726, a...
Dates: [Circa 1885.]

Military and related papers of George Drummond., 1812-1837.

Identifier: Ch.15439W-15439AD
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Collection relates mainly to properties and military service.

Dates: 1812-1837.

Papers of and concerning the Holden family of Baldovie; with a document concerning Thomas Greig, and with genealogical notes on the Guthries of Guthrie.

Identifier: MS.50266
Scope and Contents Documents, 1753, concerning the clandestine marriage of Abraham Holden and Elizabeth Barclay (folios 1-4).Letters and documents, 1759-1776, of and to John Holden concerning Richard Holden's death, the sale of Scottish goods in West Africa, instructions for a survery and a bond (folios 6-13).Letters of Richard Holden (fl 1747-circa 1761), 1747-1758, of Richard Holden to his father and brothers concerning slaving voyages and the sale of enslaved people (folios...
Dates: 1717-1822.

Photocopies of miscellaneous papers of and concerning David Livingstone., 1825-1858.

Identifier: MS.10753
Scope and Contents The photocopied papers consist of:(i) Title page of ‘An introduction to arithmetic’ by James Gray, 22nd edition (Edinburgh, 1825), with the signatures of David (dated 1825) and Charles Livingstone;(ii) Livingstone's class-cards at the Andersonian University, Glasgow, 1836-1839, and the Aldersgate Dispensary, London, 1840;(iii) Livingstone's marriage record, 1845;(iv) Livingstone's burgess-ticket of Hamilton, 1857;(v) Extract minute...
Dates: 1825-1858.