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GD316Records of the Matthew family of Gourdiehill, Perthshire1580-1964
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD316/10
Title Miscellaneous papers (mainly tacks), mainly relating to the Duncan family. Including: acrostic on names of Master James Duncan and Marjorie Pay, with respectful Latin letter to him on regaining his health, 17 Oct 1650; copy Remonstrance by the Committee of Estates to the gentlemen, commanders and ministers attending the forces in the West, 1650; two copies of Wariston's speech from the scaffold, 22 July 1663; inventory of the biggins of Seaside (house of hall, kitchen and several chambers; a house 'of three trees' at the west side of the close, also stable, byres, swine house, barn and peise barn, and several cottar or like houses), with estimate (in bolls meal) for repair; page of court book of Alexander Duncan of Lundie, 7 July 1709; inventory of evidents of houses of Robert Duncan in Kirktoun of Erroll, held by him of Northesk, c.1706; 'The Genealogie of the Lord Oliphant as it was written in the castell of Duplin' [17 cent.]; disposition of a seat in Aberdagie church, 3 Oct. 1691; list of the 'barron trees' on the lands of Gourdiehill, 6 June 1701; copy or draft letter as to the effects of George Duncan, Jamaica, 1763; [Hay of] Balhousie's letter to Mr James Duncan 'anent the making of Thomas Keltie's compts after his death', 15 Feb 1679; notebook of scriptural computation by Andrew Duncan, 1698, containing lock of hair; 'List of poll money upon the lands of Seasyde [Seaside], Achinvy and Gourdiehill in the parish of Erroll belonging to the laird of Lundie' [1696]. 29 items.
Dates 1650-[1870]
Access status Open
Location On site
Description 1650-1760, [1870]
Level File

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