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Valuation rolls.

Subject Source: Other Source
Scope Note: Record of the yearly rent, or value of lands and heritages, within a county or burgh of Scotland. Source: Bell, William. 'Dictionary and digest of the law of Scotland'.

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Account-books of the family of Erskine of Alva., Circa 1635-1807.

Identifier: MSS.5103-5111
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The papers are chiefly of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

For a genealogical tree of the Erskine family, see MS.5115.

Dates: Circa 1635-1807.

Collection of late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century accounts of places in Scotland, partly compiled by Sir John Skene, Lord Curriehill.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.3.15
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i)-(ix) Accounts compiled by Sir John Skene.(i) ‘Ane tabill and repertour of the Cheker Rollis [...] collectit and put in ordour conforme to the number and ordour of Kingis [...] be Mr Jhone Skene [...] 1595.’ (ii) ‘Ane particular and perfyte rentall ... collectit be Maister Johne Skene Clerk of the Register. 1595.’ (iii) ‘The rentall buik of the propertis.’ (iv) ‘Computa et libri thesaurariorum.’ (v) ‘Libri responsionum.’ (vi) ‘Libri...
Dates: Late 16th century-17th century.

Copies of legal documents, 2nd half of 17th century, and copies, 1657 and early 18th century, of valuations, 16th century, of places in Scotland.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.2.5
Scope and Contents (i) 'Taxtio super integra ecclesia Scoticana tam super pralatiuris quam aliis beneficis numonluis ad valarem annuum £40 sel ad rationem £30,000' (page 1); (ii) 'Libellus taxationum seu contrivutionum spiritualitatis conceparcum S.D.N. Regi per fraelator et Clericas Regni Scotiae' (page 16); (iii) Extent rolls of the Shires of Scotland in some instances distinguishing the property of the Crown, kirklands, and temporal lands, all apparently of the 16th century but dated at the end Sept 10 1687...
Dates: 16th century, 2nd half of 17th century.

Copy of the valuation book of the Sheriffdom of Dumfries, Stewartry of Annandale, and five kirks of Eskdale., 1739.

Identifier: MS.5106
Scope and Contents

This copy was attested by James Callendar, Clerk to the Presenter of Signatures in the Court of Exchequer, 1740.

Dates: 1739.

Land valuation roll of the parishes of Boleskin, Glenelg and Kilmonivaig., 1863-1864.

Identifier: Ch.12632
Scope and Contents From the Series:

These documents srelate to the ownership of the estate by the MacDonells and later by the Marquess of Huntly, and by William, Baron Ward (subsequently created Earl of Dudley), prior to the purchase by Edward Ellice.

Dates: 1863-1864.

Legal documents relating to properties in Glengarry., 1780-1864.

Identifier: Ch.12601-12632
Scope and Contents

These documents srelate to the ownership of the estate by the MacDonells and later by the Marquess of Huntly, and by William, Baron Ward (subsequently created Earl of Dudley), prior to the purchase by Edward Ellice.

Dates: 1780-1864.

Microfilm of list, 1st quarter of 15th century-1652, concerning bequests of money and property to various religious institutions; Sermons, 1756-1776; and valuation, 17th century.

Identifier: Mf.Sec.MSS.373
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows: ‘A perfyte inventar of all the pious donations gevin to kirks and hospitalls since the dayes of king James the first to the reigne of king James the sixt’, 1st quarter of 15th century-1652 (Adv.MS.15.2.25);Sermons, 1756-1760, preached by John Hyndman, minister of St Cuthbert’s, Edinburgh (Adv.MS.15.2.26);Notes for sermons, 1773-1776, preached in Perthshire, Scotland (Adv.MS.15.2.27);Valuation, 17th century, of Perthshire...
Dates: 1st quarter of 15th century-1776.

Miscellaneous manorial rolls, and copies thereof, chiefly relating to estates in the north-east of Scotland., Late 16th century-1744.

Identifier: Adv.MS.49.7.19
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Suit-roll of Moray, giving the number of men supplied as soldiers by each laird, 17th century. (Inv. XXXV, Mac. 65.) (Folio 1.)(ii) Suit-rolls of the Regality of Spynie of the head-court thereof, 1671, 1688. (Inv. XXXIX, Mac. 66.) (Folio 3.)(iii) Copy, 18th century, of valuation of teinds of the Presbytery of Elgin, 1629. (Inv. XLV, Mac. 67.) (Folio 7.)(iv) Stent and valuation-roll of the Earldom of Caithness,...
Dates: Late 16th century-1744.

Miscellaneous papers concerning Roxburghshire., 1743-1912.

Identifier: MS.13403
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Miscellaneous valuations of lands in Roxburghshire, 1750, 1778-1780 (folio 1); (ii) Miscellaneous election papers, principally relating to the creation of votes, 1743-circa 1860 (folio 36); (iii) Miscellaneous papers, 1743-1912, concerning inter alia Jedforest Coal, Stobie's map of Roxburghshire, pauper lunatics, and cholera (folio 140).

Dates: 1743-1912.

Papers of the 1st Marquess of Tweeddale concerning public affairs., [Circa 1665]-1678.

Identifier: MS.14490
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows:

(i) Valuation book of the shires, with related papers, circa 1665 (folio 1);

(ii) Account book, with related papers, of charge and discharge of Sir James Stewart, circa 1670 (folio 14);

(iii) Summary of Sir William Sharp’s accounts, 1667-1669 (folio 29);

(iv) List of fees and pensions to officers of state signed, 19 October 1678, by the King at Whitehall (folio 31).

Dates: [Circa 1665]-1678.

Valuation of the sheriffdom of Roxburgh., 1742.

Identifier: MS.13402
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: 1742.