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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, November 1749, 01 November 1749-30 November 1749

    Name of James Boyd of Kilmarnock and Callender Esquire, and Mr. Henry Home of Kames Advocate, Mr. William Wallace of Cairnhill Advocate, and Mr Hugh Crawfurd Clerk to the Signet, and Robert Paterson Writer in Kilmornock , Trustees appointed by

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, March 1751, 21-31, 21 March 1751-31 March 1751

    Name of James Boyd of Kilmarnock and Callender Esquire, and Mr. Henry Home of Kames Advocate, Mr William Wallace of Cairnhill Advocate, Mr Hugh Crawfurd Clerk to the Signet, and Robert Paterson Writer in Kilmarnock , Trustees appointed by the

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    0 1 Blackboy Bean 64 3 8 Blackboy Main 875 2 12 Blyth 1,365 3 - Cannell 2 3 1 Cairnhill 40 3 44 Cowpen 7,438 3 - Coal Dust 2 2 1 Eldon Main 31 2 1 Elgin Main

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    Do. Stewart's 32/6 Pontop, Windsor 23/6 Do. Russell's Hetton 32/0 Blyth, Scotch, Welch and Yorkshire. Tanfield Lea 25/6 Townley 26/6 Cairnhill 20/0 Wade's Eighton, unscreened 25/6 Hartley 29/0 Wylam 28/3 Silkstone, Field & Co. 25/6 Traders. Walls-end, Brown's 26/0 Do.

    Charles II, April 1681, 01 April 1681-30 April 1681

    Whitehall. Warrant for a gift to David Thoires, advocate, his heirs and assigns whatsoever, of the town and lands of Cairnhill and other lands in the shirefdome of Aberdeen, which pertained to the deceased John Forbes of Gask, Alexander Irvin Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 November 1749, 27 November 1749

    of James ^Als' Boyd of Kilmarnock and Callender Efquire, and Mr. Henry Home of Karnes Advocate, Mr. William Wallace of Cairnhill Advocate, and Mr. Hugh Grawfurd Clerk to the Signet, and Robert Paterfon Writer in Kilmarnock, Truftees appointed by the Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1751, 28 March 1751

    Name of James Boyd of Kilmarnock and Callender Efquire, and Mr. Henry Home of Karnes Advocate, Mr. William Wallace of Cairnhill Advocate, Mr. Hugh Crawfurd Clerk to the Signet, and Robert Pater/on Writer in Kilmarnock, Truftees appointed by the faid Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1829, 9 February 1829

    Petition and Appeal of John Dixon Dixon et al. Esquire, of Colder Iron Works, George More Nisbet v«F|eming Esquire, of Cairnhill, John Baillie, Merchant in Airdrie, Gavin Black of Rawyards, and James Waddell of Standrigg, all Proprietors of Lands and Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1770, 7 February 1770

    bald Hamilton of Rofehill, Daniel Campbell of Shawfield, Navigation; James Buchannan of Drumpellier, John JVarck of Rins, George Nifiett of Cairnhill, Robert Coult of Garturk, James Dougale of Eafterhoufe, Robert Dreghorn of Ruchill, all Proprietors of Land and Coal on Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1770, 12 March 1770

    Buchanan of Drumpellier, John IVarck Ordered, That Mr. Sandys do make the Report from firanJoa of Rins, George Nifiett of Cairnhill, Robert Coult of the Committee, to whom the Petition of the Gentlemen, to Garturk, James Dougale of Eaflerhoufe, Robert Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    females, viz., Isabella Drysdale, aged about twenty, and Elizabeth Gillespie, aged fifteen, to work in one of his pits at Cairnhill daring the months of February and March last. They wore pit clothes and lamps, and went doun and up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GzETTE I I., ~ t 1:- % A, ; ,.. Tuesday, IMary 2. Adamirale tvy, April 28.-Corpto Royji Marines: First Lieut. and AdjIt. W. M. Mansell to be Capt. vice P. Onsbl ', to retired full Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burgh hell. Norfolk-On the 4th instant, Lord Massy to I sabella, eldest daughter ot th late G.M. Nisbett. Esq., of Cairnhill, Lanarkshire- On the 1Oth ins ant, R1. Feel Floyd, Esq., to Jane Caroline, relict of the late C. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    }S, at Duki-.lielld, near Manchester, l a, , formerly of Bcssbrook, -Newry. I * tenrs. 31" - 5TVT)~>Jwra.; f11 at Cairnhill, Ayrshire, Colonel -,nr vti~risicuui age.- 4 5years. li' .; --v E, at h Se , Belfast, J.ne Kirk; -itt' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the remains of Mr. Henry Woodhouse a Wallace, one of Newry's respected merchants, were t removed from his late residence, Cairnhill, for inter- ment in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The oort ge was 1 numermus and representative. The chief mourners a Subscribers-only content

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