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wick, terrarum de Torrelandis et Incliven, et terrarum de Scheahill.-A. E. 81. N. E. 321.-(Vide Forfar, Banf, Perth, Kinross, Fife.)

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Jun. 8. 1650. PATRÍCIUS FORBES de Gask, hæres Joannis Forbes de Craigtoune, avi, in terris de Craigtoune, infra baroniam de Culsamound et regalitatem de Lindores.-E. 131. 6s. 8d.

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Jan. 31. 1649. MAGISTER GEORGIUS FORBES, hæres Patricii Forbes in Bythine, avi,- in villa et terris de Bythine, in dominio de Forbes et parochia ejusdem.E. 40s.

xix. 324.

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July 31. 1650. JOHN LESLIE, heir of John Leslie burges of Aberdein, his fathers,-in ane portion of ane yearlie annual rent of 80 merks of the Lands, and baroni of the Maynes of Dalgeitie, lying within the parrochin of Turriff.

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Apr. 4. 1649. JOANNES HAY de Burnthill

, hæres Georgii Hay de Auchquharny, fratris,--in villa et terris de Erlsflatt, Wester Auquharny, multuris earundem, cum pendiculo vocato Locartsfield, quæ sunt partes baroniæ de Slaines, infra parochiam de Crowden;

parte de Eister Auquharny annexata ad terras de Wester Auquharnie.A, E. 50s. N. E. 111.

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Maii 18. 1649. THOMAS FORBES, hæres Joannis Forbes filii legitimi Thomæ Forbes de Schetokisley, olim ballivi burgensis de Aberdeine, fratris, -in terris de Glastermuire, infra shiram de Murthill.-E. 475. &c.

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Jun. 6. 1649. ROBERTUS FRASER, hæres Magistri Willielmi Fraser de Bishopis-Clintertie, avi,--in terris de Little Clintertie, vulgo nuncupatis Bishopis Clintertie, infra shiram sive baroniam de Abirdein et parochiam Divi Mauritii.-E. 20 bollæ victualium, &c. xx. 130.

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Mar. 31. 1651. MASTER ALEXANDER GREGORIE, heir of Master Johne Gregorie, somtyme minister at Dilmaik, his father, in the lands and barony of Frendret, with milns, advocationnes of Kirks and salmond-fishings upon the water of Deverone, within the parochin of Foarge ;-the lands of Cunzie and Pitquhincie ;-the templelands of Frendret lyand as is aforesaid ;

-the town and burgh of barony of Foarge lyand at the Kirk therof, with weiklie-markets and yearlie-faires ;--the right of patronage of the parochine, and paroch-kirk of Foarge and teinds ;-the lands and Maynes of Cubairdie ;--the lands of Eister Cubairdie, Bogheid, Cairnehaugh, Miln, &c. of Cubairdie.-O. E. 401. N. E. 1601.-(See Banf.)

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June 25. 1651. DAVID RICKART burges of Aberdeen, heir of George Rickart burges of Aberdeen, his father,--in the lands of Auchnacant, with the Smeddiecroft and milne of Auchnacant, within the barony of Fiddes, and parochin of Foverane.--E. 41.

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Jun. 20. 1649. GEORGE FORBES of Cors, heir maill of Doctor John Forbes of Cors, his father,—in the lands of Oneil Cors, Eister and Wester Cincraigie, and Muiretoun, with the Milnes and the pendicle of Wester Cors, called Norhame, unite into the barony of Oneil :-E. 171. &c. 13s. 4d. in augmentatioun. The teynds of the foresaid lands unite to the said lands, in the barony of Oneil and paroch of Coull E. 26s. 8d.-The Kirklands of the Kirktoun of Kinkell, whilk is ane pairt of the lordship of Keig and Monymusk :-E. 77. 5s. 3d.-The libertie of ane frie fair called Michael-fair, upon the Kirklands of the samyn yearlie:-E, 3s. 9d. The office of baliary, fies, &c. thereof.-E. 35. 4d.

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Aug. 13. 1652. WILLIAM LINDSAY, lawful son to Thomas Lindsay merchant, burges of Aberdein, heir of William Lindsay, burges of Aberdein, his grandfather, -in a tenement and croft contigue adjacent, Iyand on the eist syd of the citie of Old Aberdein.-E. 31. 8. xxi. 22.

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Jul. 20. 1649. CHRISTINA CROMBIE sponsa Roberti Smyth burgensis de Aberdein, hæres portionaria Domini Thomæ Crombie de Kemnay militis, fratris germani;-in terris de Craigerne tam solari quam umbrali dimidietate, cum salmonum piscaria super aqua de Done, cum partibus, &c. dictarum terrarum super utroque latere torrentis de Tone et aquæ de Done, infra baroniam de Kemnay, et parochias de Clunie et Kemnay respective.-E. 40s.

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Sept. 20. 1652. ALEXANDER BISSET of Lessindrum, heir of Maister Robert Bisset of Lessindrume, his father in the lands and dawach of the lands of Lessindrume, containing the Maynes of Lessindrume, the Ovirtoun of Lessindrum, the Leyes of Lessindrum, Reuthie (or Creuthie) and Knightsmill, with the Milne, &c.-in the barronie of Drumbleat, unite into the tennendrie of Lessindrum :-0. E. 51. N. E. 201. The toun and lands of Kirktoun of Drumbleat, with the milnes and priviledge of the peit mose, within the bounds of the middle third pairt of the lands of Comalegie :-0. E. 40s. N. E. 81.—The superioritie of the wo pairt of the lands of Beigeshill with the Milne, &c. ;-the two pairt of the lands of Stonjefeild ;the third pairt of the lands of Wedderburne, and the third pairt of the lands of Thomastoun, within the barronie of Drumbleat.-0. E. Il. 6s. 8d. N. E. 51. 6s. 8d.

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Jul. 20. 1649. MÀGISTER ALEXANDER GORDOUN filius legitimus quondam Joannis Gordoune burgensis de Abirdein, inter illum et quondam Elspetham Crombie, hæres portionarius Domini Thomæ Crombie de Kemnay militis, avunculi,-in terris predictis.--E. 40s.

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Nov. 9. 1649. JOANNES FORBES, hæres masculus Jacobi Forbes de Tillegonie, avi,- in terris de duabus Tillegonies cum molendino et silva de Ordindaff, in Buchan.-A. E. 12 m. N. E. 20 m.--6s. 8d. monetæ Strivilingæ, tanquam annuo redditu de Saltcotts annuatim levando.

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Nov. 28. 1649. GULIELMUS MURRAY, hæres Patrici Murray de Auchmill, patris, in solari 'aratro lie Sun Pleuch borealis dimidietatis davatæ terrarum de Auchinbo, cum decimis garbalibus et vicariis, infra parochiam de Kintor.-E. 31.

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Sep. 28. 1652. GEORGE HAY, heir of James Hay of Kininmonth, his father, -in the landis and barronie of Dalgetie, with the Walk and Corne-milnes:-0. E. 201. N. E. 801. -The landis and barronie of Udoch, callet Copland-Udoch, comprehending the pertinents of the samyn callet Hiltoun, and landis of Corswodhill, wtherwayes Ludmor ;-the lands of Burnsyd and Laverockhillock;the sunny half of the landis of Greinnes ;-the half of the landis of Balquhoynachie, with the milne of Udoch, Milnton, and Milne-croft ; superioritie of the shadowhalf of the landis of Ardeine; All unite into the baronie of W doch, within the parochin of Turreff:

-0. E. 61. N. E. 241.-The landis of Litill Auchrie;—the toun and landis of Neather Woodheid and Hairmos ;-the landis of the shadowhalf of Greinnes, with the Outsettis of Littill Auchrie, called Toucher and Graystaine-milne, within the said parochin of Turreff, unite into the baronie of Dalgatie -0. E. 61. N. E. 241.-The landis of Cakinsh (or Cabinsh) E. 10 m.-The toun and landis of Kiningmounth and Perskow, with the milne callit the Denendmilne, and the westmost house and aiker of arable land contigue to the said hous, in the toun of Corthecrome, within the barronie of Slaines :-O. E. 4 m. N. E. 16 m. The toun and landis of Corthecrome, within the parochin of Lonmay, and baronie of Slaines.-0. E. 2 m. N. E. 8m.-(See Forfar.)

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Mar. 29. 1650. ISOBELLA JACK, hæres portionaria Willielmi Jack filii legitimi quondam Patricii Jack burgensis de Aberdeine, fratris,-in piscaria unius retis salmonum piscium de Raik et Stellis, super aqua de Dee, infra libertatem de Aberdeine.--A. E. 42. N. E. 161. XX. 47.

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Mar. 29. 1650. MARGARETA ET KATHARINA JACKS, hæredes portionarie Willielmi Jack filii legitimi quondam Patricii Jack burgensis de Aberdeine, fratris,--in piscaria salmonum prescripta.-A.E. 41. N. E. 161.

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Oct. 6. 1652. SAMUEL MIDLTOUN of Berriehillock, heir of Maister David Midltoun of Berriehillock, his brother, in the lands of Berriehillok and Shireffseat, within the parochin of Saint Machir :-E. 8l. -2s. in augmentatioun.--The half nets salmond-fishing on the water of Done, upon both the syds of the bridge of Done, called the bridge of Balgonie, neir the citie of Old Aberdein E. 61. &c.-10s. in augmentatioun.

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Apr. 24. 1650. ELIZABETHA DURHAM, hæres portionaria Joannis Durham in Delspro, patris,in 2 tenementis et crofta ex orientali parte civitatis Aberdoniæ.E. 51s.

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Dec. 1. 1652. FRANCES IRWING, heir of Maister Alexander Irwing of Hiltoun, his father,-in ane halff nets salimond fishing of the water of Done, on both the sydes of the brig of Done, called the brig of Balgonie, near the citie of Old Aberdein :-E. 561. &c. and iOs. in augmentatioun.-The toun and lands of Clubsgovell with the milne of Clubsgovill, the Outsetts, called Arriburne, and Halkhillock, and salmond fishing therof upon the water of Done ;--the toun and lands of Lochills, with the loch thereof, called Bishopesloch, in the parochin of Saint Macher :-E. 141. 105.-28. 3d. in augmentatioun, &c.-- The toun and lands of Perivinnes, in the said parrochin of Sant Macher :-E. 5 m. Ss. 4d. &c.—The toun and lands of Litil Gavel and salmond fishings ;-the Walk-milne and Milne-croft, and fishing upon the water of Done, within the barronie of Monykabok.-E. 101.

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Aug. 16. 165+. ANNA JOHNSTOUN, heir portioner of Thomas Johnstoune sonne to Doctour William Johnstoune, her brother,-in the lands of Beldistoune and salmond fisching upon the watter of Done, within the paroche of Dyce.-0. E. 205. N. E. 51. xxiii. 49.

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Jan. 11. 1653. JAMES HALYBURTOUN of Pitcur, heir male of James Halyburtoun of Pitcur, his father brother sone,- in the lands of Kinrossie, Thornegreen of Kinrossie, Southtoun of Kinrossie, called the Moat;-the Newhall of Kinrossie ;-the milne of Kinrossie otherwayes the milne of Collace, in the Sheriffdom of Perth, with the lands and barony of Drumblet, in the Sheriffdom of Aberdeen, united into the barony of Pitcur.-O. E. 10l. N. E. 401.-(See Forfar, Perth.)

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Jan. 14. 1653. THOMAS WYLLIE Weiver in the Hospitall, heir of John Wyllie Wobster in Old Aberdeine, his father brother,-in 2 tenements of land, &c. on the East syd of the citie of Old Aberdeine. -E. 85.

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Feb. 4. 1653. JEONÉT LESLIE, spous to John Patersone burges of Fores, heir of George Leslie of Monelly, her father,-in the shaddow halfes of the toun and lands of Moutle, and the corne-milne called the Bagramylne, Milntoune, &c. in the barronie of Fendraught.-E........

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Mar. 25. 1653. MARGARET LESLIE, heir of George Leslie, baillie of Inverurie, her brother, in the halfe of the towne and lands of Fischerfoord, called the Sine Pleugh, with thrie crofts therof, within the paroche of Auchterless.—0. E. 10s. N. E. 40s.

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Dec. 15. 1654. SIR JÓHNE FORBES of Monymusk, Knight baronet, heir male of Sir William Forbes of Monymusk, Knight baronet, his father, in the lands callet the Maynes of Monymusk E. 261. 13s. 4d.The Croft of arrabill land lyand at the bak of the yaird of the place of Monymusk E. 26s. 8d.The houses, ruinous edifices, &c. formerly posest by the priors of Monymusk:E. 135. 4d.The pasturage of 6 horse :-E. 65.—The pasturage of 50 wedders : -E. 45.--All the above within the lordship and paroch of Monymusk. The burgh of barony of Monymusk; the towne and lands of Balvale, with the mylne unite into the barony of Monymusk :-E. 71. 105.-The lands of Inver:

-E. 131. 6s. 8d. &c. 20d. in augmentation.-The lands of Ardneidlie :-E. 61. 13s. 4d. &c. 20s. 10d. in augmentation. The lands of Pittinim alias Pittinminim :-E. 61. 13s. 4d. &c. 20s. 10d. in augmentation.- The Overmylne of Monymusk, milne-land and multures of Inzeane, &c.-51. 6s. 80.-The Brew-croft of Monymusk, within the regalitie of Saint Androis and paroshin of Monymusk, with the lands of Inver, extending in haill to 491. 135. 4d. ;--The lands of Torngloys:–E. 2s. -A rig and half-rig of land in the Peth of Monymusk E. 20s.

-The half lands of Petts, with the tenement callit Scollatis-land, somtyme callit Forsyths-land, in the towne of Monymusk:

-E. 4s. --The two halfes of the lands of Carnabo :-E. 13s. 4d.-Three rigs of land in the Peth of Monymusk;the lands of Petts callit Middellthird ;--the lands callit the Bourta lands, with the litle croft callit Bessie Hood's-croft, upon the south part of the burne of Monymusk ;-the lands of Putaquhy;—the lands of Petts and rigs thereof, in the towne of Monymusk, and regality of Saint Androis united into the Tenandry of Monymusk :-). E.........N. E.........

The lands of Cowlie and Inzean, with the Milne :-E. 171. 15s. -The lands of Dullab, and Tillachowrie with the Milne, &c.; the lands of Todlachie, with the pendicles callit Auchrevie :E. 531. Ils. 8d. and 151. 11s. 4d. The lands of Abersnethock; - the lands of Thombeg, within the Parochin of Monymusk :E. 22s.-The lands of Petfeithie, with the salmond-fishing upon the water of Done, Ordheid, Ordwood, Ordhauch, Sandihillock, Pyktillum, Ordmylne-milne, Dowrie, Balquhorsk, Over and Nether Bourmidall, within the regality of St. Androis :-0. E. 40s. N. E. 81.-Part of the Peit-moss commonly callit the Mose of Craigearne, upon the West-side of Kayliemyre.-0. E. 6s. 8d. N. E. 26s. 8d.

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Jun. 8. 1653. SIR GEORGE MOWAT of Balquhollie, heir maill of Master Roger Mowat of Balquhollie, advocat, his father in the toun, lands, and Maynis of Balquhollie ;-the lands of Colp with the milne ;-the lands of Mekle Colp, Litle Colp, Smiddieseat ;-the lands of Jakstoun with the milne ;-the lands of Zewkray, (or Zewbray) Litle Brounhill, Mikle Brounhill, Lindrum, Keirthin, and Rusheid ;-the lands of Lostcraigie, Darach, Bogie, (or Logie), Shallach, Bomally, and Ardyne, within the parochine of Turreff, united with other lands in the county of Caithness, into the barony of Balquhollie.-O. E. 81. N. E. 321.—(See Caithness.)

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Oct. 5. 1653. JOHN HAY burges of Aberdein, heir of conquest of George Hay of Auchnarne, his immediat younger brother,

in the lands of Earleseat, Wester Aquharnie, with the pendicles therof, called Lochhartfield, which are pendicles of the barronie of Slaynes, within the parochen of Cruden;-a portion of the lands of Easter Aquharnie annexit to the lands of Wester Auquharnie.-O. E. 55s. N. B. 111.

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Apr. 25. 1655. PATRICK IRVING, heir of Johne Irving of Ardtamphuird, his guidser,-in the lands of Pitmurchie, with the corne-mylne of Pitmurchie and astrict multers :-E. 11 m. -The lands of Haltoun and Colliecroft: E. 20 m.-The lands of Craigtoune of Lumphannan :-E. 20 m.--Extending in whole to 51 m. all within the barony of Lumphannan and parochin therof.-The few ferme or annual rent of 51 m. furth of the saids lands.

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Apr. 24. 1654. JOHNE URQUHART of Craigfintray, heir of Johne Urquhart, eldest lawful sone to John Urquhart far of Craigfintray, his father, -in the Maynes of Lathers, with salmond-fishings upon the water of Doverone, and milne of Lathers ;-- the lands of Durlathers, Glaslaws, with the milne of Glaslaws;—the lands of Rachloch, Woodhead, Brunthall, Darritorrie, Barritorrie, Kingfoord ;--the lands of Drachlaw with the milne of Drachlaw :-0. E. 661. N. E. 1441.--The lands of Ardmiddell, Boggs, Carmordies, Cliftboggs, Polglassies Ovir and Neather, with the milne ;--the lands of Carlingcraig and Fortrie, with power of casting fewall in the moss of Mureski-0. E. 31. 6s. N. E. 131. 45.-The lands and barony of Craigfintray;—the lands of Marles, Rothstrype, Birkinhill, Mylnseat, Coldwall, with the mylne :-0. E. 31. N. E. 121.—The lands of Meikell Auchry, and the West thrid parts therof, with the pendicles callit Caimncaik (or Cairntack) Seilliscruik, Monquhiter, Poldrum, Heddrihall;-the milne of Meikell Auchry;--the lands of Balt bainzies, Middellhill, Balthanzie-Over, Tillimad and Blackhills, within the barony of Craigfintray, and by annexation within the Sheriffdom of Aberdene:0. E. 121. N. E. 481.--All unite into the barony of Craigfintray.

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June 15. 1655. ANDRO FORBES, heir of Ronald Forbes sometyme portioner of Kinellar, his guidser,-in the sunie 4 oxgait of land, of the shadow pleugh of the toun and lands of Kirktoun of Kinellar, in the parochin of Kinellar.-O. E. 5s. N. E. 20s.

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June 15. 1655. GEORGE LEITH, heir of George Leith of Overhall, his father, in the lands and maynes of Hearthill; the lands of Auld Hearthill ;--the lands of Torries and Nether Carden, in the parochin of Oyne :-0. E. 31. N. E. 121.-The lands of Old Rayne, with the mylne -E. 1271. 2s. 8d.—The lands of Luesk, within the parochin of Rayne :-E. 871. 3s. 4d.-The lands of Kirktoun of Oyne, within the parochin of Oyne :-E. 241.—The suny and shadowhalfes of the West or Ovir-half of the maynes of Barnes ;-the

sun and shadow pairts of the North-ward of the maynes

of Barnes, within the parochin of Premnay ;--half of the lands of Westfeild ; -half of Davaks;---half of Mylntoun, and half of the mylne thereof, with the half of the lands of Boigs, viz. Blakboig, Hairbogg, Mylnboig and Wandboig :-0. E. 52s. N. E. 101. 8s. The shaddow pairt of the lands of Erlsfeild, callit the Newlands of Erlsfeild, within the parochin of Premnay.--0. E. 2s. N. E. 8s. xxii, 146.

the croft, and ferrie coble upon the water of Done, within the parochin of Monymusk ;--the lands of Over Tulloch and Dipstoun, with the wood and salmond-fishing upon the water of Done, within the parochin of Monymusk and regalitie of Sanctandrois :E. 241.-The lands of Little Abercatie lyand as forsaid ;—the half of the lands of Noth, in the baronie of Strathbogie, in warrandice of the lands of Abercatie.-E. 121. 8s.

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Oct. 3. 1655. JAMES SEATOUN of Petmedden, heir male of John Seaton of Petmedden, his father, -in the lands of Old Bourtie and pendicle, callit Hilbrae, with the milne of Bourtie callit Little-mylne ;--two six parts of Petgavene, within the parochin of Bourtie;—the lands of Crage ;--the lands of Allathen and Nether Ardmoir, with the pendicle callit Howfasyde ;--the lands of Over Ardmoir ;-the south part

of the lands of Logirrufe ;—the teynd-sheaves, and uthers great and small, of the lands and Maynes of Petmedden, Torries, Crage, Allathen, Nether Ardmoir, Howfasyde, Over Ardmoir, within the parochin of Ellen, and now within the parochin of Udney by annexation, all unite into the barony of Allathen:-0. E. 71 10s. N. E. 301.--The lands of Barrauch ;--the lands of Westerhouse ;-the lands of Phillaw ;-the lands of Eschenhead, and Foordailhouse ;-two sixths of the lands of Petgavene ; the milne of Bourtie, the lands of Murtoun, within the parochin of Bourtie ;-the Moss and Marress of Ardfork :-0. E. 51. 10s. N. E. 221. That part of the toune and lands of Kirktoune of Bourtie, of old belonging to the personage and vicarage of the Kirk of Bourtie, within the parochin of Bourtie :-E. 61. 16s. 8d. and 40d. in augmentation.-All unite into the barony of Barrauch ;-the above

for principal.--The lands and maynes of Meldrum, also the towne and lands of Old Meldrum, with the milne of Crumblet ;the lands of Partok and Ailhous;-the lands of Ardcannan ; the lands of Gowner and Frosterhill ;--the lands of Catie, in the barony of Meldrum, in Warrandice :-0. E. 81. N. E. 321.--The teynd-sheaves and personage teynds of the foresaids lands :-E. 6s. 8d.--The lands of Kinguidie, and Langsyd ;—the lands of the Maynes of Blair, Greinfoord, and Blakhouse, within the parochin of Bourtie.E. 101.

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Jan. 15. 1657. THOMAS FRASER of Streichen, heir of Thomas Fraser of Streichen, his guidser,--in the Maynes of Streichen, corn-mylne and walk-mylne therof;—the lands of Burrahill, Hunleiskairne, Fairniebrey, Auchnary (or Auchnacht), Whythill, Thorwhat (or Tarwhat), Halkhill, Newhill, Bromsyde, and Newtoun of Streichen, within the parochin of Rothin, formerly united into the barony of Streichen ;--the lands of Aquorthies, with the mylne and pendicle callit Fredday-hill, and Newtoun-hill (or Newland-hill), in the said barony and parish -0. E. 31. N. E. 201.-The lands of Kindrochties, als well sunnihalfe as shadowhalfe, with the mylne;—the lands of Dennend, and thrid part of the lands of Garthlie, within the baronie of Philorth by annexatioun, all now united into the baronie of Strechin :-0. E.......... N. E..........-The lands of Ardlethame-scot, now callit Over Ardlethem, in the baronie of Slanes.O. E. 41. N. E. 81.-(See Inverness.)

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Feb. 4. 1657. JOHN' GORDONE of Brackay, heir of Maister Patrick Gordone of Brackay, his father,--in the toun and lands of Brackay and pendicles therof, callit Radbaddis and Whytwall ;—the lands and forrest of Drumkowane ;-the toun and lands of Glaschea and pendicle therof, callit Radfoord, with the mylne of Glaschea, within the barronie of Knokinglewis ;-the toun and lands of Mideltoun of Knockinglewis, within the lordschipe of Gareoch, and parochine of Inverwrie:-0. E. 40s. N. E. 81. -The teynd sheaves and personage teinds of the said lands of Mideltoun of Knockinglewis.-O. E. Id. N. E. 4d.

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Oct. 3. 1655. WILLIAM GALLANT in Newnoth, heir of William Gallant, his father, in the lands of Newnoth extending to two pleuchs of land;-the lands of Bruklanknow, extending to ane pleuch of land, in the dominion or marqueship of Huntlie.-E. 241. xxii. 109.

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June 5. 1657. MARJORIE CHALMER, heir of Andro Chalmer of Westerdisblair, her father, --in the lands of the shadow-halfe of the fourt part of the lands of Westerdisblair, in the baronie of Fintray and regalitie of Lindoirs.-E. 31.

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July 24. 1657. JOHNÉ SKENE of that Ilk, heir of James Skene of that Ilk, his father,-in the lands and barony of Skeine, with the loch thairof;

- the lands of Tullibreloch, Tulnahilt, Bandodle, Auchmoir, Auchorrie, with the mylne and mylne-lands of Comers, unite into the barronie of Skein :-O. E. 101. N. E. 401.--The lands and maynes of Aslowne, within the parochin of Alford ;—the lands of Dorsoilt, Murhils, Badinappettis, and Drumnawhinder.-E. 81.

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Nov. 2. 1655. JOHNE FORBES of Watterstoune, heir of Thomas Forbes of Waterstoune, his father,--in the lands and hall callit Abbotshall of Ellone, within the parochin of Ellon :-E. 40s.-The lands of Combland (or Candland,) within the said parochin of Ellone :-E. 31. 6s. 8d. - The teynd-sheaves, and uther teynds of the lands of Wattertoune, and Easter Ellon, Ordheid, and of the lands of Bomakessie, the lands of Turnaslaw, and pendicles of the same callit Foordailhouse, Over and Neather Coalhill, Cassigills, Pyktillhorne, Smiddie-croft and Ruids of Ellon, and of the 18th (or 8th) part of the folds of Carmunucks, (or Cairnmuks) and of the Grein and Meadow of Abbotshall, and of the lands of Candland ;-the teynds of the salmond fishing upon the water of Ythan, as well of croves as cobble and net fishings, and 4 rigis of land called Paton's Riggis, within the parochin of Ellon ;--the teynds of Cairnmuks, Barrowlie, Wattishill

, Kirkhill, Clayhill, Fyvieland and Ellon, which with the above lands are unite into the tennandrie of ...... E. 40s. -The lands of Balmakessie :-E. 35.-The lands of Cassiegills, Coalhill, Foordailhouse, Pyktilhorne, Smiddiecroft:-E. 35.- The lands of Turnaslaw :-E. 35.--The 8th part of the Hill-faulds of Carmuck:-E. 2s. The crofts and ruids of Ellon, within the regalitie of Sanctandrews.-E. 4s. and 3s. 4d. in augmentation.

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Dec. 5. 1655. THOMAS FORBES sone to Johne Forbes in Kinellar, heir of Robert Forbes in Kinellar, his guidser,-in the mid thrid part of the lands of the Kirktoun of Kinellar, within the parochin of Kinellar.-O. E. 6s. N. E. 24s.

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Dec. 18. 1657. THOMAS HERVIE, heir of Gilbert Hervie elder merchand burges of Aberdeine, his father,-in the lands and barony of Elbrick, comprehending the maynes of Elbrick, and mylne ;-the Meikle mylne-croft, and Smeddie-lands, Broombray, and Broomhil therof;—the lands of Monykebbock comprehending the Westpleuche, and Chappell-crofts of Monykebbock ;-the pleuch, shaddow third pairt, and Ord of Monykebbock;-a piece of land in the Stragley of Monykebbock, with multers of the lands of Sowellend, within the parochin of Sanctmachar.-E. 401. xxiv. 236.

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Jan. 29. 1658. WILLIAM THOIRS, heir of Issobell Andersoune, spous to Mr. Thomas Thoirs of Auchorthies, his mother,

-in the third part of the lands of Finzeauch, and Meikle Abercatie ;-the lands called Auchfrauchifoulds ;--the third part of the milne of Finzeauch, Over and Nether Tulloches, within the regalitie of Sanct Andrews and parochin of Monymusk :--E. 61. 10s.

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Feb. 27. 1658. WILLIAM SEATONE, sometym of Easterdisblair, heir maill and of taillzie of John Seatoun of Easterdisblair, his brother,--in the tounes and lands of Eister-disblair, and mylne of Cavell, within the regalitie of St. Androus.-E. 161. Ils.

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June 20. 1656. ELIZABETH AND MARGARET CRUIKSHANKS, bairnes procreat betwix James Crookshank burges of Aberdein, and Bessie Robertsone his spous, heirs portioners of Alexander Crookshank, their brother;-in the manss, place, and ludging of Mortlick :-E. 20s. &c.—The manss, place, house, close, yeard, and taill, within the citie of Old Aberdaine, within the chanonrie therof.-E. 6s. 8d.

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Apr. 22. 1658. MARGARET SKENE, heir to Alexander Skene of Auchterernan, her father,-in the third pairt of the Shaddowhalfe of the towne and lands of Auchterernane, and milns;—the third part of the Shaddow-halfe of the lands of Tulloche ;--the third pairt of the Shadow-halfe of the lands of Drynie, within the parochin of ........ .............. in Cromar.-O. E. 3s. 4d. N. E. 13s. 4d.

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Nov. 1656. ALEXANDER GORDOUN of Tulloch, heir of William Gordoun of Tulloch, his father,-in the lands of Nether Tulloch, with

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Apr. 22. 1658. WILLIAM FORBES of Corsinday, heir of John Forbes of Corsinday, his father,-in the towne and lands of Knokwhairne, within the barrony of Cluny, and parochine of Echt.-E. 41. xxv. 72.

Slaynes :-0. E. 20s. N. E. 41.- The toune and landis of Logie, within the said parochin of Logibuchané.-O. E. 15s. N. E. si.

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July 14. 1658. MR. WILLIAM HAY minister at Cremond, heir of Maister William Hay somtyme minister at Cremond, his father,-in the pleugh of the maynes of Cremond, with pairt of the Waird of Boggs ;--the half pleugh of the said Maynes of Cremond ;-the milne and milne croft of Sternaphine ;--the litle croft and house besyde the kilbarne of the Bogg ;-the half pleugh of the said Maynes of Cremond, within the parochine of Cremond and barronie thereof.-O. E. 35. 4d. N. E. 135. 4d.

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July 21. 1658. FRANCIS MEINZEIS now of Balgownye, heir of Thomas Meinzeis of Balgowny, his father, in the towne and lands of Balgow. nye;--the town and lands of Westfeild ;-the toune and lands of Murcour ;-the corne milne of Balgowny, otherwayes called Keathockmilne ;—the walkmilne of Balgowny;-advocatioun and right of patronage of the Chaplanes alter of Saint Dominik, within the Cathedrall Kirk of Old Abirdein ;-the priviledge and licence of holding fisch boats upoun the watter of Done, for taking whyt fisches in the sea, within the barrony of Balgowny and parochin of Saunct Macher; unit into the barony of Balgouny.-0. E. 71. N. E. 281.

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Sept. 10. 1658. ELIZABETH JOHNSTOUNE, spouse to Mr. Alexander Whyt regent in the New Colledge of Abirdein, heir portioner of Thomas Johnstoune, and son to Doctor William Johnstoune of Beildstoune, her brother german,-in the toune and landis of Beildstoun and salmond fishing upoun the watter of Done pertaining theirto, within the parochin of Dyce.-0. E. 258. N. E. 51. (349)

Apr. 13. 1659. MARJORIE AND JANET LEITHES, heirs portioners of George Leith of Newrayne, their father, in the third part of the dominicall lands commonlie callit the Maynes of Hairthill, called Old Hearthill ;-the third part of the lands of Neither Carden, with the mylne thereof, within the parochin of Oyne :-0. E. II. N. E. 41.— The Shaddow-halfe of the lands of Newrayne, with the halfe lands of Bairelldykis, within the parochin of Rayne.-E. 6s. 8d. &c.

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May 5. 1658. ALEXANDER IRWING of Drum, heir maill of Alexander Irwing of Drum, Knight, his father,-in the lands and barrony of Drum, the parke of Drume and roods of the Samen, with the fishing of the salmond-fishes upon the watter of Die, with othir lands and barronies annexit to the said baronie of Drum, viz. the parklands of Drum, parkewoods, milne lands, 2 chalders ferme victual;

- the lands of Kimney, Largues, Auchindoir, Fulethmonth and Torlan, with the advocatioun and right of patronage of the paroche and paroche kirke of Kimney, with the port and heaven of Kimney ;-ane yeirlie anwel rent of 3 punds 6 merks furth of the burgall fewes of Aberdeine, with other lands and annual rents in the shire of Kincardine, all united into the barony of Drum ;-the lands and barrony of Feddarat (or Fodderat) with the corne myln of Fedderat ;-the townes and landis of Shivado, Auchinlemford, Pundlarcroft, Culsh, Stevinsburne, Whytbog, Taloshill, Allathane, Pyklithrame, Moltonbroy, Corsgiht, Whytstons, Auldwhat, Meikill Bathnakellie, Broomehill, Whytcairnes, Whythill, Yrnesyd and Walk Mylne thareof, Auchquoch, Weittingshill, Bruiklay, Meikill Auchiloch, Garschohill, Litle Auchdoche, Meikill Creuchie, Bruntbray, Clecham, Annachie, within the barronie of Feddorat ;-the suny halfe of the lands of Kindrocht and Tenend, within the parochin of Raithane, with other lands in the shire of Kincardine, all united into the barony of Fodderat, whereof:-0. E. 401. N. E. 1601.—The toune and lands of Uvir and Nether Ruthvens, Balnastrand, with the pendicle called Leyes, Balgraine, and Graystaine, with the loch and bogg therof, within the Lordshipe of Bramare, and parochine of Logiemarr, unit into the tenandrie of Ruthvens : -E. 40s.-Advocatioun and right of patronage of the pareochin and pareoche churche of Drimmaok, within the dyoice of Aberdene :-0. E. 6d. N. E. 25.—The lands of Cowll, comprehending the croft of Coull, Lochinans, Under the Wood, Bogfeild, and Tilliluds, within the barroney of Oneill :-E. 61. 13s. 4d. &c.-The lands of Craigtoune of Petterculter, and ane croft of land of the Kirktoune of Banchorie-ternane, within the barrony of Rescobie be annexatioun :-E. 26s. 8d.-The lands of Drimmaok and Pitinbrinzeane, within the barroney of Murthill :-E. 26s. 8d. &c.The lands of Kinmuck, Peitthill, mylne of Kinmuck, within the parochin of Kinkell and regalitie of Lundors :-E. 211. 9s. 2d. &c. The townes and lands called Easter and Wester Cullarlies, comprehending the forests of the banks of Fayr, to wit, Woodsyd, Tilliornie, Dams, within the Marquisat of Huntlie:

-0. E. 91. 7s. N. E. 271. 88.-The lands of Easter Beltie, Hill of Beltie, Auchinskey, milne of Beltie, with the mannor-place of Easter Beltie, multers and sequells of Wester Beltie, Sondayes-well, and Torphinns, extending to 20 pecks of dry oatts, within the barroney of Cluny, and parochin of Kincardine-Oneill:-0. E. 71. 195. 6d.'N. E. 211. 18s. -The lands of Wester Beltie, Sondayes-well, and Torphins, within the said barrony of Cluny :-0. E. 41. 10s. N. E. 181.--The lands and barrony of Kinnertie, to wit, Meikill Kennertie, Midle Kinnertie, Moortoune, Cairnetoune, the toune and lands of Auldtoune of Kinnertie, with the Shepart's croft and fishing ;-the two crofts of Burnesyd, and croft of Westersyd, with the passage or ferrieboat belonging therunto :-E. 121.–Pairt of the moss of Pewlair, within the parochine of Birss : -0. E. 60. N. E. 2s. The third pairt of the lands of Finnersies and Monecht, with the third pairt of the mylne of Finersies, within the lordshipe of Marr: -0. E. 30s. N. E. 61.—The lands and barrony of Auchtertoull comprehending the townes and lands of Strathmoir, Strathvertie, Tenewie, Tenenie, Tenemoyn, with the Hiltoun thairof, and manner place of Auchtertowll, within the parochin of Cowll :-0. E. 61. N. E. 241.-All unit into the barony of Auchtertoull.--The towne and lands of Ester Cults, Meikle Cults, Pett, Tillachardain, and Caldholme, with the brewcroft tharof, within the parochin of Tarlane ;-the towne and lands of Mondavain, within the parochin of Aboyne, also unit into the barony of Auchtertoul :-0. E. 20s. N. E. 41. The towne and lands of Richarkorie with the pendicills thairof, called Torrane and Tomnaser, extending to half an davache or 8 oxingat of land, within the parochine of Glencardine and erledome of Marr, with the scheilling and pasturagis in Glaschell, Corriebeg, and Rynegkik; -- the towne and lands of Eistoun, which are pairts of the barrony of Abergeldie, within the parochine of Tarlan in Cromar :-0. E. 155. N. E. 31.—The townes and lands of Lenturke, Drumdarg, Claymillne, Newtoune, Brigend, mylne of Lenturk, within the parochin of Locall ;-unit into the barony of Lenturk.-O. E. 41. N. E. 161.-(See Kincardine and Forfar.)

XXV. 25. June 18. 1658. PATRICK DUNE, heir of Doctor Robert Dune, his father,-in the towne and landis of Taartie, and pendicle thereof, called Deephedder, within the parochine of Lögybuchane, and barronie of

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May 3. 1659. SIMOÚN FRAISER of Innerallochie, heir of Sir Simone Fraisser of Innerallochie Knight, his grandfather, in the lands of Innerallochie with the Loch and fishings therof, and watter lead of the said loch, with the wrack and wair, and fischings on the sea shore ;-the towne and lands of Armabedy, with pasturage in the lands of Carnglas, within the parochin of Lemney (Lonmey), as for the principall ;—the towne and lands of Bonnycattoun in warrandice, of the foresaid lands of Inverallochie and Armabedy, and of the toun and lands of Carnglas, within the said parochin of Lemney (Lonmey).-E. 201. (See Nairn and Inverness.)

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Jun. 7. 1661. REBECCA FORBES filia legitima demortui Collonelli Willielmi Forbes filii primogeniti quondam Jacobi Forbes, fratris Arthuri Domini Forbes, hæres dicti Jacobi Forbes, avi,-in molendino de Anofoord, (vel Onofoord, vel Awoord,) cum astrictis multuris terrarum de Kirktoun de Anofoord, Cobleserit, (vel Cobleseat,) Smiddiehill, Ardgethin, Arsballach, Carnaverne et Welhous, in dominio de F

oes, et parochia de Onofoord :E. 10s.--Terris de Westertolmades, in parochia de Kincardin.-E. 40s.

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Jul, 5. 1661. GULIELMUS LESLIE de Cambusbarran, hæres masculus Joan nis Leslie de Balquhan, filii fratris, in terris dominicalibus de Balquhan, comprehendentibus terras de Newtoun de Balquhan, Cowbyr, Bogangus, et croftam ejusdem, cum maneriei loco de Balquhan, et communi pastura in forresta de Bannachie, in parochia de Logidurno ;-tertia parte villæ et terrarum de Drumdurno, cum communi pastura in dicta forresta de Bannachie; omnibus unitis in baroniam de Balquhan.-A. E. 41. N. E. 161.

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Jul. 10. 1661. JACOBUS KEITH de Kinnadie, hæres Jacobi Keith de Kinnadie, avi,- in terris de Litle Kinnadie;-terris de Meikle Kinnadie, cum salmonum piscaria super aqua de Done, infra thainagium de Kintoir.-E. 81.

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Sep. 4. 1661, MARGARETA ET ELIZABETHA SEATOUNES, hæredes portionariæ Georgii Seatoun de Blair, patris,-in villa et terris de Kingusie, (rel Kingudie) Longside et molendino ;-villa et terris

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dominicalibus nuncupatis Maynès de Blair, Greinfoord et Blackhous, cum decimis, &c. infra parochiam de Bourtie.-A. E. 40s: N. E. 81.

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Oct. 24. 1661. MAGISTER JACOBUS CUNYNGHAME, hæres Magistri Jacobi Cunynghame in Alloway, aliquando designati fratris germani quondam Joannis Cunynghame de Drumquhasill, patris-in annuo redditu 330 mercarum de villa et terris de Rora, infra parochiam de Langsyd; et de aliis terris in Perth, Forfar, et Banf.-(Vidé Stirling, Perth, Forfar, Banf.)

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Jan. 8. 1662. THOMAS CARGILL, hæres Thomæ Cargill burgensis de Aberdein, patris, in terris de Achtidonald, infra baroniam de Aden cum decimis.--E..........

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Jan. 8. 1662. GULIELMUS ERSKINE, heres Thomæ Erskine de Pittodrie, patris,-in terris de Dorlathine, Balhaggartie Eister et Wester; terris de Drumdurno cum decimis garbalibus, in baronia de Balhaggartie, et parochia de Logiedurno;-terris de Pittedrie, Knokinglas, Pitskurrie, Sairbogges ;~-villa et terris de Chappeltoun cum croftis capellæ de Garrioche et Innerramsay, Pitbie, Newlands et Boyndes, cum molendino de Innerramsay, et communi pastura in forresta de Belnachie, ac in silvis de Auldclochie, jure patronatus hospitalii de Balhaggartie, privilegio duorum fororum et nundinarum apud capellam de Garrioche, cum decimis garbalibus et rectoriis dictarum terrarum et baroniæ de Balhaggartie, jacentibus in dicta baronia :-A. E. 201. N. E. 801.-Terris dominicalibus de Newtoun, et Wrangham ;-terris de Glennestoun, Brankan-enthim, Green-inches et Gatesyde:E. 661. 13s. 4d.-Terris de Litle Leddinghames ;~-terris de Williamstoun :-E. 551. 6s. 8d. - Terris de Polquhyt, Kirktoun de Culsalmond, et nundina et foro vocato St. Serffes-faire ;- villa et terris de Carnehill cum molendino, in pa. rochia de Culsalmond et regalitate de Lindoires : E. 321. 45. Terris et villa ecclesiastica de Oyne, infra parochiam de Oyne: -E. 241.- Tertis, terrisque molendinariis de Oldrayne, &c. infra parochiam de Rayne : E. 101. 11s. 8d.–Villa et terris de Torries, tanquam pro principali :-E. ld.-Crofta terræ de Kirktoun de Oyne, infra parochiam de Oyne, in warrantum de Torries.-E.......

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Feb. 19. 1662. DOMINUS ROBERTUS GRAHAME de Morphie, hæres Domini Roberti Grahame de Morphie, patris,-in terris et baronia de Meanie, comprehendentibus terras dominicales de Meanie } -molendinum de Meanie ;-terras de Leytoun, Cothill, Cowhill

, et Alterseat, infra parochiam de Belhelvie.-A. E. 61. N. E. 241.

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Apr. 1. 1662. GEORGIUS COMES DE PANMURE, Dominus Breichen et Navar, &c. hæres Patricii Comitis de Panmure, &c. patris,--in terris de Carbrogie, viz. Auldtoun et Newtoun ejusdem, Sandielands, Culle, Cairnefechelell, Petrichie, molendino de Fechell, Birklaw et Kirktoun ;-terris de Tullecartene, Tulliehill, cum molendino de Aucharte, Auchinleck, Boig-Fechell

, Auchinhoffe, infra baroniam de Tarves, et parochiam ejusdem ;-terris de Monkshill lie Kirktoun de Fyvie, cum Ailhous ejusmodi, Ardlogie, Mondurno, et decimis, &c. infra parochiam de Fyvie ;-piscatione salmonum et alborum piscium cum portu ejusdem, et piscatione de Poldoun, apud pontem de Die, cum diversis annuis redditibus ad abbatiam de Aberbrothock olim pertinentibus ;-petia terræ in Auldearne; cum quibusdam aliis terris in vicecomitatibus de Forfar, Kincar. dine, Banf, Perth, Lanark et Nairn.-E. 2001.-(Vide Forfar, Kincardine, Banf, Perth, Lanark, Nairn.)

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Maii 22, 1662. MAGISTER THOMAS BURNET Medicinæ Doctor, hæres Magistri Roberti Burnet de Crimond, unius Senatorum Collegii Justiciæ, patris,-in terris et baronia de Crimond comprehendente terras subscriptas, viz. Auldtoun de Crimond, Eister et Wester Hillis de Crimond, Newmyine de Crimond, Auldmylne de Crimond et Kendill ;-villam et terras de Scheilboog ;-villam et ter. ras de Ardiharrall;~-villam et terras de Muirtoun, cum molendino fullonum ejusdem, et decimis &c. infra parochias de Monkegie et Bourtio respective -A. E. 10 m. N. E. 40 m. Villa et terris de Whythill, infra parochiam de

-A. E, 50s. N. E. 101(Vide Kincardine, Edinburgh, Peebles.)

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Aug. 26. 1662. MÀGISTER JOANNES LOGIE de Boddame, hæres Magistri Joannis Logie de Boddame, patris,-in molendino et terris molendinariis de Boddame, cum maneriei loco de Boddame;--2 solaribus aratris de Ovir Boddame ;--2 umbralibus aratris villæ et terrarum de Ovir Boddame;-3 croftis terrarum de Boddame, infra regalitatemi de Gareoche, et parochiam de Inche.-A. E. 26. 8d. N. E. 51. 6s. 8d.

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Aug. 28. 1662. ANNA FORRESTER, hæres Willielmi Forrester burgensis burgi Vicicanonicorum, patris,-in terris templariis et terris dominicalibus de Gartullie, vocatis Hiltoun, Ristus, Halkhall, Cottoun ejusdem, Fauchill, Westseat, Kirkhill, Birkhill, Mylnehill, Corne catrach, Sanquhar, Bordelseat, Gimpstoun, Cookistoun, Duncanstoun, Stodfauld, cum molendino de Gartullie et croftis, called Fidler-seat, Glenistoun, Doubscroft, infra parochiam et baroniam de Gartullie, et vicecomitatus de Bamff, et Aberdeine respective :-A. E. 121. N. E. 481.–Villa et terris de Kábrache, viz. Eister et Westir Baecbaes, Rochfinzie, Auche, Bracklache, Geauch, Auldivin, Auldvallích, Kirktoun, molendino de Milntoun, Auch mais, Haddo, Reidfuird, Powneid, Ovir et Nathir Powbeggs, forrestis de Lurekindie, Baickie, Auld-overane, Lairg, Touchelt, cum Scheillings de Bacckie et Blackwatters, infra parochiam de Cabo rach ;-terris subscriptis ad dominium de Strathbogie spectantibus, viz. Rynnie, Ardlonie, Milnetoun de Noth, Skurdarge, New Mairdrum, Auld Mairdrum, Bogincluch, duabus forrestis Myttes, Furglennie, molendino ejusdem, Brockholles, Tillimimit, Conachie, Drumburgis, Tullachrowes, Corridoun, Corrilair, Curschalloche, Drumferge, Smythstoun, New Noth, Auld Noth, Kirkneyes, Whytclunies, Culleithies, molendino ejusdem, Coclarochie, Cudo raine, Burgarch, Bucharne ;-in terris de Strathbogie et villa ejusdem subscriptis, viz. Rawes, Idiacks, Bralandknow, Tullochbegges, Craigcullie, Ittingstoun, Dumbennan, Milnetoun, Tilliefoull, Sana distoune, Robiestoun, Gibbistoun, Wastertoune, Inchtomack, Doun, Ovir Kirkes, Cullies, Collonaches, Artlachies, Drumdelgids, Achinchairne, Boigmonnie, Drumquhaili, Pittarie, molendino ejusdem, Craignequholpe, Carnebraldes, Bradranich, Amachie, Auchindrum, Davach, Kirktoun de Ruthven, Ardonald, Drumhead, Mortylach, Ogstoun, molendino de Ruthven, Litle-Milne, White hill, Cumrie, Cormellit, Connachloich, Cairnehill, Tullitarmontie, Baddoch, Affertis, Mostoun, Burnstane, Emittiswall, Auld Kinmoir, Kirktoun de Kinmoir, Tuchies, Auldmilnes et Auchinbees, omnibus in dominio de Strathbogie et parochiis de Rynnie, Esse, Gartullie, Dumbènnan, Enmoir, Ruthven, Pittarié et Ġlas;-terris de Davache de Grainge, Strathlay (vel Strathlag) et Kirkseat ; terris de Cairneborrow, Assivanlie, Innermarkie et Lesmoire ; villis et terris de Castletoune de Aboyne, molendino de Desk, villa et terris ejusdem, Drumgaskie, Belwood, Ovir Fernistounes, Bountie (vel Bourtie) et molendino ejusdem, Wraétoun, Ferrar', Bracco et crofta ejusdem, Balnacraiges, Bariedech, et Balnagon, infra parochiam de Aboyne ;-terris de Gelan et molendino ejusdem ; villa et terris de Dalquhing et Graystone;—villa et terris de Focha. beris;dimidio de Tornmachie et Mariewall, Broadland, Braland er Milnetoun ejusdem, Ovir et Nethir Balnastruns, Silvis de Glentanner, Litil et Meikle Candores, Candatrong, Tulliebourne, Newtoune, Watermadie, Cobleheuch, molendino de Evence, Kandeze. kell, Balnanon, Bellatreich ;-villa et terris de Dulurackie, Brecht, molendino de Glenmuck ;-terris de Inchmarnock, Eister et Westir Culches;-villa et terris de Mostoun, Auchnaran, et Whythous de Coldstane, et forrestis eisdem pertinentibus;-villa et terris de Glengarrane, molendino et piscatione ejusdem ;-molendino de Pronie _villa et terris de Candecraig, et salmonum piscatione ejusdem ;villa et terris de Tulloche et Ballater ;-silvis et forrestis de More ving et Culblein, Westoun, molendino ejusdem, Bustoig, Dansboig, Eister et Westir Abergardines et molendino, Cairne, et croftis voca tis Karnachden et Brigend, Cairngoun, Grudacraig, et molendino de Carto ;-villa de Parkhill, et silvis vocatis Parkwood, Kippertie, Sauchen, molendino ejusdem, Tulliman;-maresiis de Craigmorgarno et forresta, Corizne, Bervie, Eistir et Westir Taberties, Rigmyre, Meikle Sauchane, Carnekuy, Kincraigie, Tulliquhossie, Argevis, Kintacher, Davenlochboig, Brownhill, Kebbeltie, Ardifork, Auch inkebeltie, Randalachie, Stydne, Tillicairne, infra dominium de Clunie ;-Tullimach, Tullivans, Litle Tolmadies, Drumcaskie, Brascarchie, Meikle Tolmaides cum molendino, Tullifour, Sunchyn, infra baroniam de Midmar, cum juribus patronatuum.-A. E. 365 ma N. E. 3651.-(Vide Banf, Elgin et Forres, Inverness.) xxxi. 123.

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Oct. 14. 1662. JACOBUS COMES DE SOUTHESK, Dominus Carnegie de Kinnaird et Lewcharis, hæres masculus Davidis Comitis de Southesk, &c. patris, in terris ecclesiasticis seu gleba ecclesiastica de Aboyne, in parochia de Aboyne.-E. 41. 135. 40.-(Vide Inverness, Forfar, Perth.)

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Nov. 12, 1662, GEORGIUS MORIESONE de Barocb, hæres Georgii Morier

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