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Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD5
Title Papers of the Bertram family of Nisbet, Lanarkshire
Dates 1571-1890
Access status Open
Location Off site
Description I Titles to land (including heritable securities, diligence following thereon and other connected documents)
(a) The lands of Nisbet, lying in the baronies of Culter, Menzies and Lamingtoun [Lamington], parish of Culter and sheriffdom of Lanark, 1616-1730
(b) The lands of Greenshiels and Hogscastle, lying in the lordships and baronies of Libberton and Carnwath, parish of Libberton and sheriffdom of Lanark, 1571-1750
(c) The lands of Gladstanes, lying in the barony of Carnwath, parish of Libberton and sheriffdom of Lanark, 1608-78
(d) The lands of Greenshiels and Gladstanes combined, 1696-1750
(e) The lands of Over Howcleugh lying in the lordship and barony of Crawford Douglas, parish of Crawford Lindsay (alias Crawford Muir in Clydesdale) and sheriffdom of Lanark with other lands in the parishes of Kirkpatrick Juxta and Annan, stewartry of Annandale and sheriffdom of Dumfries apprysed from Robert Johnston of Over Howcleugh, Thomas Johnston of Beirholme, David Johnston of Beattock and Robert Johnston of Swynfoot, 1624-1722
(f) The lands of Crimpcamp, lying in the barony of Crawford Douglas (formerly Crawford Lindsay) and sheriffdom of Lanark, 1623-1761
(g) The lands of Kersewell, Hasties Land in Newbigging, Blackcastle and Stobwood, lying in the barony and parish of Carnwath, the lands of Greens and Linmuir lying in the barony and parish of Newbigging and later in the barony and parish of Carnwath, with subjects in the Muir of Carnwath and the Moss of Dunsyre, all lying in the sheriffdom of Lanark, together with subjects lying in the barony and parish of Eyemouth and sheriffdom of Berwick and in the City of Edinburgh, being the adjudicated estates of John Chiesley of Kerseswell and Samuel Gray, writer in Edinburgh, 1685-1727
(h) Titles comprising lands included in more than one of the above groups, 1751-80
(i) Other lands, principally in the sheriffdom of Lanark, 1630-1736
II Marriage contracts and connected documents, 1678-1768
III Bonds and other personal obligations with diligence followin thereon and other connected documents, 1621-1796
IV Accounts, receipted accounts and receipts, 1692-1907
V Rentals and lists of arrears, 1763-1850 (see also IV)
VI Estate papers, 1635-1890
VII Papers relating to military affairs, 1794-1800
VIII Other papers, 1700-1886
IX Detached seal
Level Fonds
Finding aids Inventory
Format Manuscript
Language English
 

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