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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1521

    desuper prepositus petiit instrumentum. Testibus Johanne Creichton, Henrico Creichton, et domino Thoma Maxwell. Pro dominus de Lestalrig et Craigmillar et Innerleith . xx die mensis Julii anno etc. xxi hora v post merediem. The lard of Lestalrig and the lard

    Index, I, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    484; a commissioner for James VI. (Sept. 1571), 686. Inchennen , isle of: 699. Inchkeith : 484. Inchmurrin : 699. Innerleith , Laird of: at the convention (19th Nov. 1572), 434. Innermeath (Endermeith), Lord: at Leith (16th Jan. 1572 3), Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, February 1738, 21-28, 21 February 1738-28 February 1738

    of Mr. Hugh Murray , of Kynnynmound , Advocate, accepting Trustee named in the last Settlement of James Rochead of Innerleith Baronet, deceased, in Behalf of the whole Persons for whose Behoof the said Trust-right is granted, and of James

    Elizabeth, November 1572, 01 November 1572-30 November 1572

    in Buchane, Thornetoun in Merins, Lundy in Fyff, Largo, Abbotishall, Bas in Louthiane, Spot, Ormistoun, Hirdmestoun, Rosline, Corstorphin, Dundas, Cragyhall, Innerleith, Weddirburne in the Merse, Swyntoun, Aytoun, Coldenknowis, Cesfurd in Teviotdale, Bedroull, "the gudman Gallowshelis" in the forest, the Lairds Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, February 1739, 11-20, 11 February 1739-20 February 1739

    and Appeal of Mr. Francis Kinloch Advocate, One of the Heirs of the last Settlement of Sir James Rochead of Innerleith Baronet, deceased; complaining of certain Interlocutory Sentences, or Decrees, of the Lords of Session in Scotland , of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 April 1738, 18 April 1738

    Murray Kynnynmound of Melqum and Kynnynmound Ad¬ vocate,^ accepting Truftee named in the lad Settlement of Sir James Rochead of Innerleith Baronet, deceafed in Behalf of the whole Perfons for whofe Behoof the laid Truft Right is granted, and of Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1738, 1 February 1739

    Ad- sfr'f"oal- vocate, the only acting Tmftee under the laft Settle- ryroplc & al. ment of Sir James Rochead of Innerleith Ba.ronet, de- ceafed, on Behalf of all the Perfons for whofe Behoof the faid Settlement or Trufl Deed is Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1738, 14 March 1739

    Kyn- Kinloch&al. nynmou/id Adyocate, the only afting Truftee under the H i contra. kft gettlement of sjr james Rochead of Innerleith Baro¬ net, deceafed, on Behalf of all the Perfons for whofe Behoof the faid Settlement or Truft-deed is granted, Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1772, 6 May 1772

    the faid Stephen Skynner, between the feveral Perfons entitled to the {"aid Efiates, according to their refpedtive Interests therein." " Innerleith, lying iri the County of Edinburgh, and of One undivided Fourth Part of the Lands of Darn- chefler, in Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1772, 7 May 1772

    lecla eft Billa, intituled, u An A£t for " Sale of One undivided Fourth Part of the Lands " of Innerleith, lying in the County of Edinburgh, " and of One undivided Fourth Part of the Lands of After fome Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a scomplishing the whole journey- ait issurauce which was l ully justified hy the result, as the i.iss. ngers to Innerleith - v reached their destination little f anything, behind the . r egul.tion time. In the course d the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his accustomed state of health. He will, in all probability, visit Lord Reay's on Monday, de- livering speeches at the Innerleith, Ptbbleß, and Galashiels Railway Stations. FATAL ACCIDENT. Mr. Wingfield Baker's horse, fell while hunt- ing in Dorset on Thursday. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LORD KOSEBERY AT THE GUILDHALL. It was a happy circumstance that the Prime Minister, in making his appearance at the Guildhall banquet on Friday night, was able, in accordance with a custom that has been rarely broken, to confine Subscribers-only content

    Morning Chronicle, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1793

    to To. Balfour, younger, of Pilrig, Clk. in And. Wauchope, iddry-Marifhal, th !tohn Trotter, of Mortonhall, in Iames Rocheid, of Innerleith, In lohn Alves, of Dalkeith, in ,h Vrlilliam Dalrynmplc, merchant, . ne Donald SmIth, banker, be James Dickkon, bookfcller, Subscribers-only content

    Public Advertiser, TUESDAY APRIL 24 1753

    Cathcart Rochead, Son of the deccafed Mr. James Cathcart of Carbiftoun, and Grandfon of the deccafed Sir James Rochead of Innerleith. On Monday laft died here, the Right Hon. Lady Mary Crighteoni, Aunt to the Earl of Dumfries. We hear Subscribers-only content

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