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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, June 1730, 21-30, 21 June 1730-30 June 1730

    Andrews, barony of Rescobie and sheriffdom of Aberdeen; the town and lands of Glastermuir, alias Glasterbery, in the parishes of Peterculter and Banchory-devenick, barony of Murtle and sheriffdom of Aberdeen, pertaining heritably before to the deceased Sir Alexander Cumming, of

    Index, G, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    127, 391. Glaspool , Thomas, 300. Glassenburg , Mr., 355, 375, 517. Glass lights , 180, 196. Glastermuir alias Glasterbury (Peterculter) , 399. Glegg , Thomas, 118. Glencairn , lands of, 340. Glendale (ward Northumberland) , 192. Glenorchy , John

    Index, P, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    -, Mrs., 149. Persian carpet , 142. Perth , 20, 315, 322, 361, 426, 610, 613. -, sheriffdom of, 329. Peterculter (Aberdeenshire) , parish of, 399. Petit , Brigadier, director of the fortifications at St. Phillip's Castle, 356, 374. Petre

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Furvay. Allan. Tyre. Aberdoure. Fillorth. Aberdein . Logie Buchan. Foveran. Balhelvie. Auld Aberdein. Monycabok. New A berdein. Nige. Banchorie. Marieculter. Peterculter. Dilmaick. Duris. Dyce. Fintray. Kintoir. Kinnellan. Skene. Kinnairnie. Ennerowrie. Moinagy. Rothlie. Fyvie. Tarwes. Logie Durnoch. Premnay. Leslie. Dawiot. Vue.

    Acts, 1842

    Holborn, Mr William Leslie, assistant and successor at Fintray, Mr John Stephen at John Knox's Parish, Mr Robert Thomson at Peterculter, ministers; Dr Daniel Dewar, Principal of Marischal College and University, Captain Thomas Shepherd, residing at Straloch, Dr William Henderson,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    May 3, 1866, of t Mr. Alexander Edmond, advocate in Aberdeen, re- a siding at Garthdee, in the parish of Peterculter, - County of Aberdeen, who died on June 18, granted 0 to Mrs. Alice Mackenzie or Edmond, the widow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDERn IN SCOTLAND.-On Saturday evening week, shortly after six o'clock, a young woman, named Ann Harvey, left her residence at Peterculter, where there are paper mills, at which she was employed, with the intention ol proceeding to Aberdeen, about eight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    just out of her twenty t second year, left her lodgings in tae immediate vicinity of the Paper Mills of Peterculter, where she iwas employed, and which are situated about eight miles from Aberdeen, iwith the intention ot proceeding to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    distwiOYJ 5roegnised the basket and shawl of the womaa. Besild these witnesses Alexander Burnett and Samuel CamnitiA railway labourers at Peterculter, who started from thecos 8 for Aberdeen late on Saturday night, deposethatatO 3Braeside of Pitfedels, about 200 yards from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12, at the Crown Inn, Kirkintilloeh. I CATHERINE MeeCFAsLANE, Port Glasgow, Feb. 15, atthe Tontine Inn, Greenock. JOEN GRAHAM GALBRAITH, Glasgow, calenderer, Feb. 14, at the Faculty Hall, Glasgow. ROBERT CLARK, Peterculter, Aberdeenshlre, miller, Feb. 14, at the Royalllotel, Aberdeen. Subscribers-only content

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