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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1588, February

    excuse for his absence. [Mr Patrick Adamson was delated for giving collation to Mr Patrick Thomson of the Personage of Flisk without the advice of his Assessors; and of the Vicarge of to a child of eleven years old, it

    Elizabeth, August 1569, 01 August 1569-31 August 1569

    her subjects and therefore could have no answer. Lethington, the prior of Coldingham, "hys" brother, and the parson of Flaske [Flisk ] reasoned for her whereupon Robert Rycardston [Richardson ] the treasurer took record that they "thre" had opposed the Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Culross, John Hepburn at Torry, John Auchinleck at Auchterderran, John Cleghorn at Wemyss, Robert Ponton at Kennoway, William Thomson at Flisk, William Dick at Coupar, William Miles at Moonsie, James Monro at Kettle, James Haddow, Principal of the New College

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Craill. Kylrinnie. Anstruther. Pittinweyme. Abercrombie. Kilconquhar. Newburne. Largo. Seres. Kembock. Dairsie. Balmirrienoch. Logiemurdo. Leuchars. Forgan. Couper. Kilmanie. Auchtermoonsie. Creich. Dinboug. Flisk. Monymaill. Collessie. Auchtermuchtie. Ebdie. Stramiglo. Arngosk. Falkland [or Kilgour. ] Lathrisk. Kirkforther. Kirkaldie. Sconie. Kennoquhy. Markinch. Methill. Weymis. Dysart.

    Acts, 1740

    burgh of Dysart, Mr George Irvine of N ewton, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Cuper, Mr William Thomason at Flisk, Mr George Gillespie at Strathmiglo, Mr George Anderson at Dunbog, Mr Patrick, Maxton at Auchtermuchty, ministers; Alexander Earl of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * TO LET-BUblS PRENISE8 ~~~ no~ily taxes.Lag hs 4- ,~is.-Th A RonRad, opaposife John Street. eSs f-~~rec 1N.31.5.PtS1Retal Pemica.containing ehop. T 3 iti al Street. __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -at the coffin which contaiiaed all that was mortal of his friend, at the 'turning' retraced hissteps; thenthebody of James Flisk, jun.,'wastaken through the kitchen door,: out of the house in wbich he hnd-been slain, placed in a hearie, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sere witilesed. 'I'he I cllfielsl Cilp weas divided betsoeen 3Er. Trevor's Go(lsen lye and Mr. Fisk's Fair 5 LilitII, Mr. Flisk taldg the clip; botli poppies rsan iu gool form,, f( anil tbiy tvell deservoil tie position they obtaited. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .W~ IMr. L Agi lite colt, 2 yrs, Tat V1b- .oulnn3 Letting : li to Sums Malrern, 4 totI egat Flisk, andO 9to 0 agot the Mite colt-Tue Mlte colt settled ducen ovith a clear lead of Mtalveris, and Friole, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    minister of Bressay, n Shetland. Hcri lie remained till 1811, wher ihe l ,yas reisoved to Flisk, in Fitbshiire. In 1832 he left Flisk, to become ministeri of Clackisannan, aid, after l 'euaimiig there for a fbow years, was appointed Subscribers-only content

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