The Testament Dative and Inventory
of John Stewart of Bonskeid, 1768

John Stewart of Bonskeid 1768 The Testament dative and inventory of the goods, gear, debts and sums of money which pertained, belonged or were resting to the umquhile (deceased) John Stewart, of Bonskeid, at the time of his decease which was upon the twenty day of October 1767 years, truely made and given up by Alexander Stewart now of Bonskeid, son of the said defunct, John Stewart of Balnakelly, Robert Stewart Flemyng of Moness, Alexander Menzies of Bolfracks and James Robertson of Killiechangie, a quorum of his trustees, to and for his use and behoof, James Robertson of Lude, Patrick Stewart of Cluny, merchant in Perth, John Stewart in Mill of Drumachuine, George Grant at Faskally, Messrs Cargill and McDuff, merchants in Dunkeld, Alexander Stewart in Knockgarry, Christian Robertson in Miltown of Bonskeid, now in Tomnabuie, John Stewart late servant to Donald Forbes of Kinnairdochie, now in Shierglash, Helen Fergusson late servant to the said John Stewart the defunct, John Robertson at Miltown of Bonskeid, James Stewart in Capochoch, James Stewart in Pitlochry, William Gray late merchant and late Provost of Perth, Isobel Stewart relict and executrix of the deceased Charles Stewart in Achastle, Charles McGlashan late of Mill of Inver, now at Park of Fungarth, Mariot Stewart relict of the deceased John Stewart of late in Alleny, Niel Robertson merchant at Bridgend of Struan, John Low merchant in Edinburgh, John Craigie in ......hill of Caputh, James McIntosh in Killichangie, James Robertson of Killiechangie, Thomas Stewart in Dalguise, and Marjory Brand late servant to the said John Stewart the defunct, conjunct executors dative qua creditors, decerned to the said umquhile John Stewart of Bonskeid, by the Commissary of Dunkeld upon the twenty third day of June last and that in payment to them pro lanlis as follows: viz in payment to the following creditors primo loco.

Imprimis (firstly): To the said Alexander Stewart (of Bonskeid) and his trustees aforesaid for his use and behoof of the following sums as the hypothick rent due by the defunct for his possession of the sundry lands after mentioned:

The property of the said Alexander Stewart in virtue of a deposition from his said father and possessed by him the said defunct the year of his death. viz of one hundred and two pounds thirteen shillings four pence Scots money as the rent of the west third of the Mains of Bonskeid.

Item: Of ninety-three pounds six shillings eight penny Scots as the rent of the middle third of said Mains, and one hundred pounds Scots as the rent of the easter third thereof.

Item: One hundred and sixty-six pounds thirteen shillings four pence Scots, as the rent of Rienartir.

Item: One hundred and twenty pounds Scots, as the rent of Meikleain of Cholly Brochan.

Item: Of eighty pounds Scots as the rent of the Linn of Tummel and twenty-four pounds Scots money as the rent of the Boat Croft.

Extending the said year's rent in total to six hundred eighty-six pounds thirteen shillings and four pennies Scots money. The said rents ascertained by a roup of tacks or sett of the said sundry lands and in parcels as above, exposed by the said Trustees. Anno 176(blank) years and was the offer made them appearing from minutes of roup and preference but notwithstanding the possession was taken hold of by the said defunct who enjoyed the same to his death.

In payment to the said James Robertson of Killiechangie of seventeen pounds nine shillings five pence Sterling money expended by him on the funeral of the said John Stewart of Bonskeid and contained in a decreet of cognition obtained at his instance before the Commissary upon the seventh day of April last, ascertaining the same.

In payment to the said Patrick Stewart of Cluny, merchant in Perth, of six pounds thirteen shillings Sterling money as the hypothick rent due by the foresaid defunct of his nett(?) and the fishings of Wester Cluny sett by him to, and possessed by the said defunct the current year of his death, being from Whitsunday 1767 to Whitsunday last.

In payment to the said Marjory Brand of two pounds ten shillings Sterling money as her wages for serving him the current half year of his death, the said wages ascertained by his the defunct's missive addressed to John Brand her brother dated the tenth day of January 1764 years in which he promises to give her five pounds Sterling for the then preceeding years service, and fifty shillings Sterling for her then current half years service.

And in payment to the said creditors in the first class of the expenses of this present confirmation, the same being being paid out to them, and in payment to the aftersaid creditors and also aftermentioned secundo et ultimo loco et pari passu of the sums of money underwritten and as follows viz:

In payment to the said James Robertson of Lude of seventy pounds fourteen shillings four pence Sterling money, contained in a bill drawn by him upon, and accepted by, the said John Stewart of Bonskeid and Donald Stewart of Shierglass, conjunctly and severaly, dated the twenty-third day of May 1764 years, deducting as paid thereof and marked on said bill, twenty two pounds Sterling, the fifteenth day February 1765 years. Also on the eighteenth day of said month and said year, by the said Donald Stewart in behoof of the said defunct, twenty pounds Sterling more.

Item: In payment moreover to the said James Robertson of Lude of three pounds Sterling contained in another bill dated the twenty-second day of November 1763 years, drawn by by him upon, and accepted by, the said John Stewart the defunct payable against Whitsunday then next .

In payment to the said Patrick Stewart of Cluny, merchant in Perth, of six pounds thirteen shillings Sterling as the rent of his aforesaid fishings set to and possessed by the said defunct per foresaid tack from Whitsunday 1765 to Whitsunday 1766. In payment also to him, of the like sum of six pounds thirteen shillings Sterling as the rent of the aforesaid fishings from Whitsunday 1766 to Whitsunday 1767 years and for which rents the said Donald Stewart of Shierglass, is bound conjunctly and severaly, cautioner for and with him. And payable the first of March each year after possessing.

Item: In payment moreover to the said Patrick Stewart of eleven pounds ten shillings Sterling money, a penny and a third of a penny Sterling contained in the said deceased John Stewart of Bonskeid, his bill to him dated the twelvth day of December 1765 payable one month after date, protested at his instance payment upon the twenty-second day of June 1766 years and the instrument of protest thereon, registered in the Sheriff Court Books of Perth, the thirtieth day of the said month and year and the sheriff depute's precept of poinding subjoined thereto.

In payment to the said John Stewart at Mill of Drumachuine, of one thousand pounds Scots money contained in a bill dated the second day of June 1764 years, drawn by him upon and accepted by the said defunct payable at Martinmas 1765 years. In payment further to him of eighteen pounds sixteen shillings Scots money contained in another bill dated the said second day of June 1764 years, drawn by him upon and accepted by the said defunct payable at said Martinmas 1765 years.

In payment to the said George Grant of four pounds four shillings Sterling money, contained in the said John Stewart of Bonskeid, his bill to hime, dated the fourth day of May 1765 years, payable at Martinmas then next, deducing paid, one pound sixteen shillings Sterling by two bolls oats received in April 1766 and one pound nineteen shillings ten pence half penny Sterling received as the balance of a cow in April 1766 years. In payment also to him of fifty-six pounds Scots money, contained in a bill dated the twenty-sixth day of June 1764 years, drawn by George Grant in Duthill, upon and accepted by the said defunct payable at Martinmas then next, endorsed by him, payable to the said George Grant at Faskally. In payment moreover to him, the said George Grant at Faskally, for behoof of Adam Robertson in Aldgirnaig, of four pounds ten shillings Sterling money, due by the said umquhile John Stewart, his accepted bill to the said Adam Robertson, dated the twenty-seventh day of May 1767 payable at St. John's day then next, endorsed to the said George Grant. In payment in like manner to the said George Grant for behoof of John Fergusson, smith in Aldgirnaig, of twenty shillings Sterling money, contained in the said John Stewart, his bill to the said John Fergusson, dated the twelfth day of April 1765 years, payable at Whitsunday then next, endorsed to the said George Grant for behoof foresaid.

In payment to the said Messrs Cargill and McDuff of twenty pounds five shillings Sterling money and seven pence contained in a bill drawn them upon and accepted by the said John Stewart, the defunct, dated the thirtieth day of October 1765 years, payable twelve days after date which had been protested and registered, deducing as paid thereof by the said James Robertson of Killiechangie on the twenty-ninth day of November 1766 years, eleven pounds two shillings two pence Sterling money, the then bygone interest and the expense of protest and registration being also paid as marked on the back of said bill.

In payment to the said Alexander Stewart in Knockgarry of five pounds two shillings and six pence Sterling contained in the defunct's accepted bill to him dated the twenty-first day of March 1763 years, payable at Martinmass then next. In payment likewise to the said Alexander Stewart of six pounds six shillings Sterling for the defunct's other bill to him, dated the thirteenth day of March 1765 years, payable at Martinmass then next. In payment also to him of seven pounds ten shillings six pence Sterling money per the defunct's third bill to him, dated the fifteenth day of April 1766 years, payable at Martinmass then next. In payment to him of twenty-seven merks Scots money contained in the defunct's fourth bill to him, dated the eight day of November 1763 years, payable at Martinmass then next, deducing seven pence paid thereof, marked on the back of the said bill.

In payment to the said Christian Robertson in Miltown of Bonskeid of three pounds eight shillings Sterling contained in the said defunct's accepted bill to her, dated the twenty-fourth day of May 1766 years, payable Martinmass then next.

In payment to the said John Stewart, late servant to the foresaid Donald Forbes of fourteen pounds seven shillings Scots money contained in the said defunct's his accepted bill whereso dated the twenty-first day of December 1763 years, payable at Martinmass then next.

In payment to the said Hellen Fergusson, of one hundred and four merks Scots money contained in the said deceased John Stewart of Bonskeid, his bill whereon dated the twenty-third day of January 1766 years, payable at Martinmass then next.

In payment to the said John Robertson, of seventeen pounds ten shilling Sterling money contained in a bill dated the thirteenth day of January 1763 years, drawn by him upon and accepted by the said John Stewart the defunct, payable against Martinmass then next.

In payment to the said James Stewart, of ten pounds Sterling money contained in a bill drawn by him upon and accepted by the said defunct, dated the twenty-sixth day of February 1764 years, payable at Martinmass then next.

In payment to the said John Stewart in Pitlochry, of one pounds twelve shillings per the defunct's promissory note or .... dated the fourth day of September 1767 years payable three months after date.

In payment to the said William Gray of thirty-two (pounds) six shillings six pence Sterling, contained in a bill dated the eighth day of March 1766, drawn by him upon and accepted by the said defunct, payable upon the fifteenth day of May then next.

In payment to the said Isobell Stewart, relict of the afore-mentioned Charles Stewart of one thousand fifty pounds Scots contained in a bill, drawn by the said Charles Stewart upon and accepted by the said John Stewart the defunct, and Donald Stewart of Shierglass conjunctly and severaly, dated the sevententh day of December 1764 years, payable at Martinmass then next, and to which she has right as executrix dative qua relict, decerned and confirmed to her said deceased husband, before the Commissary of Dunkeld upon the foresaid seventh day of April last, the interest thereof preceeding Martinmass 1767 years being paid as marked on the back.

In payment to the said Charles McGlashan of fourteen pounds ten shillings two pence Sterling money, contained in a bill drawn by him upon and accepted by the said John Stewart of Bonskeid, dated the twenty-first day of August 1766 years, payable at Martinmass then next, protested for not payment and the instrument of protest insert and registered in the Commissary Court Books of Dunkeld and the Commissary precept of poinding annexed thereto the twenty-ninth day of April 1767 years.

Item: (In payment to the said Charles McGlashan) of six shillings Sterling resting by the defunct's whim as the balance of the price of two bolls oatmeal bought in June 1766. Item: Of three pounds Sterling as the price of three bolls of oatmeal, also bought in August thereafter, and of seven shillings six pence Sterling of expenses of plea contained in a decreet obtained at his instance against the said defunct before the Sheriff of Perth upon the eighteenth day of March 1767 years, and of two shillings six pence Sterling as the expense of precept of poinding raised thereon.

In payment to the said Mariott Stewart of five pounds five shillings Sterling money contained in the defunct's accepted bill where dated the eighth day of March 1765 years, payable at Martinmass then next, deducing three pounds six shillings Sterling paid thereof the twenty-seventh day of April 1766 years.

In payment to the said Niel Robertson of forty-three pounds Scots money by the said John Stewart of Bonskeid, his bill to him, dated the twenty-first of November 1765 years, payable against Martinmass then next, deducing one pound eight shillings Sterling paid thereof on the sixth day of November 1767 years as marked thereon (probably 1766).

In payment to the said John Low of five pounds one shilling five pence and one third of a penny Sterling, contained in the said defunct, his accepted bill wherein dated the twenty-fourth day of February 1766 years, payable two days after date.

In payment to the said John Craigie of four score and four pounds and fifteen shillings Scots money, contained in the said John Stewart of Bonskeid, his bill, wherein dated the twenty-sixth day of April 1765 years, payable against Lammass then next.

In payment to the said James McIntosh of forty pounds Scots money contained in the said John Stewart of Bonskeid, his accepted bill wherein dated twentieth day of February 1764 years payable against Martinmass then next, deducing paid thereof two pounds fourteen shillings Sterling on the twenty ninth day of July 1765 years.

In payment to the said Thomas Stewart of two pounds Sterling money, contained in a bill drawn by upon and accepted by the defunct, dated the sixteenth of July 1766 years, payable at Moulin Mercat then next, protested for not payment and the instrument of protest registrate in the said Commissary Court Books upon the thirteenth day of April 1767 years, whereon was raised Letters of Horning and charge given in consequence.

In payment moreover to the said James Robertson of Killiechangie of five pounds six shillings and one penny Sterling contained in a bill drawn by George Robertson of Faskally, upon and accepted by the said deceased John Stewart of Bonskeid and the said James Robertson conjunctly and severaly dated the twenty-fourth day of May 1765 years, payable at Martinmass 1765 years, and was by the said James Robertson, the only cautioner for the defunct, paid to the said George Robertson on the eighth day of March last and for his relief indorsed over to him, foresaid James Robertson.

And in payment to such of the above creditors thereof sums foresaid are instructed by the bills alnarated of the annual rents (interest) thereof since they severely fell due at this decreet dative following on an edict duly execute and endorsed in itself more fully bears.

Impris (firstly). There is given up, pertaining and belonging to the said umquhile John Stewart of Bonskeid, time foresaid of his decease, the goods and gear following: viz the corns, hay, cattle and other beastial and assets found upon his farm of Mains of Bonskeid as exposed to public roup and sold by Henry Stewart of Fincastle, John Stewart of Balnakeilly, James Robertson of Killiechangie and other trustees upon the estate of Bonskied on the fourteenth day of October last in virtue of the foresaid Commissary, his warrant and deliverance on their petition there anent of date the fifth of (blank) month, or by the said James Robertson as having the consent of the said other trustees at the rates and prices underwritten. To witt:

A luey (calf, Gaelic 'laoigh') to George Grant at Faskally, at three pounds two shillings two pence.
Item: Another luey to Donald McDonald at Dalnacardoch, at two pounds fifteen shillings.
Item: Another luey to the said George Grant at three pounds one shillings.
Item: Another luey to the said George Grant at two pounds four shillings.
Item: A luey to (Henry Stewart of) Fincastle at two pounds ten shillings.
Item: A luey to the said George Grant at two pounds thirteen shillings.
Item: A luey to said Donald McDonald at two pounds eleven shillings six pence.
Item: Another luey to said Donald McDonald at two pounds.
Item: Another luey to said George Grant at one pound fifteen shillings.
Item: A cow and calf to James Robertson of Aughnagie at four pounds twelve shillings.
Item: A cow to (James Robertson) of Killiechangie at three pounds eighteen shillings.
Item: A blue horse to John Camron in Orchil-beg at four pounds twelve shillings.
Item: A horse to said George Grant at seven pounds.
Item: A horse to said Alexander Stewart at Knockgarry at two pounds sixteen shillings.
Item: A mare to said Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at four pounds.
Item: A horse to said Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at two pounds six shillings six pence.
Item: A blue horse to (James Robertson) of Killiechangie at ten pounds ten shillings.
Item: The corns to John McLauchlan in Balno (of Fincastle) at ten pounds one shillings.
Item: The hay in the yard to John McDougal in Cluny at three pence three fourths of a penny per stone. In all, three pounds one shilling ten pence half penny.
Item: The hay in the fields to John Seaton in Balrobie and John Stewart in Ardtulichan at two pence half penny per stone. In all, three pounds nine shilling half penny.
Item: The hay in the barn to Henry Stewart of Fincastle at two pence three farthings per stone. In all, one pound sixteen shilling one penny one farthing.
Item: The foggage (a second growth of grass) of the Mains until Christmas next to the foresaid Donald McDonald at six pounds ten shillings.
Item: Twelve geese to John Stewart in Drumnachuine at eighteen shillings.
Item: Nine hogs to John Robertson in Baleroy at five shillings four pence each. In all, two pounds eight shillings.
Item: Four sheep to Alexander McLaun of East Haugh at eight shillings three pence each. In all, one pounds fourteen shillings.
Item: The croft(?) of Monness to Donald McFarlan, boatman at Invergarry at eighteen shillings two pence.
Item: The kaile to Alexander Robertson at Rienarter at three shillings six pence.
Item: A parcel of more hay to the foresaid John Seaton and John Stewart at eight shillings.

Summa of the foresaid roup is ninety-three pounds five shillings ten pence and one farthing Sterling money.

There is given up, pertaining to the said umquhile John Stewart of Bonskeid, his household plenishing, instruments of husbandry and other effects underwritten which was by the said James Robertson of Killiechangie, one of the trustees aforesaid, rouped and sold upon the eighteenth day of February last in virtue of the said Commissary, his warrant graner, it bearing date the eleventh day of said month, and at the rates and prices following. viz:

Item: A cog (wooden staved milking vessel) and bicher (pitcher?) by Donald Donaldson, wright in Rinmore at one shilling.
Item: A baldine(?) and cog by John Stewart, mason in Ballafuirt at seven pence.
Item: Two bichers and a lippie (measuring container) by John Wallace, wright in Haugh of Rinrorie at ten pence.
Item: A bicher and three caps (wooden cups?) by Alexander Graeme, heckler in Strathgarry at eight pence half penny.
Item: Two baldines by Donald Stewart in Clune-beg at one shilling five pence.
Item: A baldine and cheeser (cheese cutter?) by Alexander Stewart at Rienarter at eleven pence.
Item: Two plates and a ladle by Thomas McLauchlan in Balno (of Fincastle) at six pence.
Item: A basin and ahit (ashette?) by John Stewart in Shierglass at two shillings half pence.
Item: A little pan and bicher by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at ten pence half pence.
Item: Three small stools by John Seaton in Balrobie at eight pence.
Item: A stool by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at seven pence.
Item: A pair of bellows by John Wallace in Dalnaluderan(?) at two shillings.
Item: A brander by James Robertson of Killiechangie at one shilling six pence.
Item: A grid iron by Angus Stewart in Bonskeid at one shilling at one shilling six pence (sic).
Item: A shovel and hatchet(?) by Alexander Stewart in Chappelton (Balchapel) of Fincastle at six pence.
Item: A water sloup (stone water trough) by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at one shilling one penny.
Item: A pot by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at five shilling four pence.
Item: A broken pot by John Wallace, merchant in Clochran at nine pence.
Item: A hatchet by John Wallace, merchant in Clochran at one shilling one penny half penny.
Item: A baldine by Thomas Robertson in Trian at three pence half penny.
Item: A pot by Robert Cunnison, mason in Balnafead at four shillings.
Item: A baulk sieve and baskets by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at three shillings two pence.
Item: A saw and two hooks by John McLauchlan in Balinluig (of Fincastle) at one shilling three pence.
Item: A chain by Alexander Robertson in Trian at two shilling three pence.
Item: A long seat by John (Stewart) in Ardtulichan at six shilling eight pence.
Item: A table by Alexander Stewart in Stra'garry at one shilling nine pence.
Item: A blanket by Thomas McLagan, boat-wright in Dalbeathy at two shillings one penny.
Item: A blanket and half a blanket by George Reid in Pitfeolan at five shillings three pence.
Item: A blanket by John Wallace, in Clochran at seven shilling six pence.
Item: A pair sheets by John Robertson in Mains of Blair at eight shilling eight pence.
Item: A pair sheets by John Wallace in Haugh of Rinrory at thirteen shilling.
Item: Sackin by John McLauchlan in Balinluig of Fincastle at five shillings two pence.
Item: A blanket by John McLauchlan in Balinluig of Fincastle at eight shillings three pence.
Item: A spinning wheel by Malcolm McAlpin in Killivrockan (Coille Brochain) at three shillings seven pence.
Item: A reel by Alexander Stewart in Chappelton (Balchapel) of Fincastle at two shillings two pence.
Item: A pair cart breeches by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at four shillings.
Item: Another pair cart breeches by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at three shillings eight pence.
Item: Another pair cart breeches by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at four shillings two pence.
Item: Another pair cart breeches by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at eight pence.
Item: A frying pan by John Robertson at Mains of Blair at one shilling nine pence.
Item: A hay fork and old iron by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling.
Item: Two pair of cairds (wool carders?) by Donald Robertson in Carrick at six pence.
Item: A fork by Donald Donaldson, (wright in Rinmore) at six pence.
Item: A fork by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at three pence.
Item: An old iron by Donald Stewart in Clune-beg at one shilling ten pence.
Item: Two calline rails(?) by Alexander Robertson in Trian at ten pence.
Item: A gun barrel by Donald Stewart in Miltown of Bonskeid at eight pence.
Item: A box by John Stewart, mason in Ballafuirt at five pence.
Item: A box by Alexander Robertson in Trian at eight pence.
Item: Old irons by John Stewart in Tombuy of Borannoch (Tomanbuie of Borenich) at two shillings two pence.
Item: A box of nails by John Stewart in Mains of Lude at one shilling ten pence.
Item: Some hooks by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling three pence.
Item: A pinch or garelich by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at three shillings.
Item: A wheel rim by Duncan Setton in Balchraggan at two pence.
Item: Old irons by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at one shilling.
Item: A lamp and .... horn by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at nine pence.
Item: A ripling comb(?) by Alexander Stewart in Chappelton (Balchapel) of Fincastle at three pence.
Item: Two candlesticks by Donald Donaldson, wright aforesaid at one shilling eight pence.
Item: Two little plaids and old shoes by Malcolm McAlpin, foresaid at one shilling eleven pence.
Item: Six pewter plates by Gilbert Stewart in Little Miltown at one shilling eight pence.
Item: An old spade and pick by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at two shillings half penny.
Item: A pan by John Robertson, tailor in Baleroy at three shillings.
Item: A water stoup by Patrick Forbes in Ardgualich at one shilling.
Item: A water stoup and a riddle by John Fergusson in Drumdaykouan (Ballyoukan?) at ten pence.
Item: A riddle and sieve by John Robertson in Baleroy at eight pence.
Item: A meal box by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at eight pence half penny.
Item: A tub by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at six shillings two pence.
Item: A plough by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at two shillings four pence.
Item: A saddle by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at four shillings two pence.
Item: A harrow by John Robertson in Easter Balrobie at five shillings.
Item: A harrow by Donald Setton in Balrobie at four shillings two pence.
Item: A canvas and sack by John Stewart, mason in Ballafuirt at four shillings one penny.
Item: A blanket by Donald Stewart in Ardtulichan at three shillings four pence.
Item: A blanket by Alexander Robertson in Trian at three shillings four pence.
Item: A pot by John Stewart in Mains of Shierglass at four shillings one penny.
Item: A chest by John Robertson in Baleroy at ten shillings two pence.
Item: A pair .... wheels by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at one pound ten shillings.
Item: Sixteen deals (planks) by Patrick Gray in Newtown (Uchdabhriedy in Fincastle) at six shillings eight pence.
Item: Some deals by John McLauchlan in Newtown (Uchdabhriedy in Fincastle) at one shilling six pence half penny.
Item: Twenty deals by Donald Graeme in Stra'garry at ten shillings ten pence.
Item: Swingle trees (chain separators) by Donald Stewart in Clune-beg at four shillings.
Item: A grape (digging fork) by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling six pence.
Item: A culler and soak by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at five shillings.
Item: A iron trash by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at one shilling one penny.
Item: A soak and streather by Thomas Robertson in Trian of Strathgarry at two shillings two pence.
Item: Swingle trees by John Wallace in Balnaludarn at two shillings.
Item: Swingle trees by John Wallace in Balnaludarn at two shillings six pence.
Item: Swingle trees by John Wallace in Balnaludarn at two shillings.
Item: A swingle tree by John Robertson in Dalcroy at nine pence.
Item: A swingle tree by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at eight pence.
Item: A culler by Duncan Setton in Ballachragan at two shillings seven pence.
Item: A wheelbarrow by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at five shillings.
Item: A leather .... by Duncan Setton aforesaid at two shillings.
Item: A leather .... by John Setton in Fonvuick at one shilling six pence.
Item: Ropes by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at three shillings two pence.
Item: Ropes by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at one shillings seven pence.
Item: A grape and fork by Donald Setton in Balrobie at eight pence.
Item: A wheelbarrow by Thomas Robertson in Trian at four shillings two pence.
Item: A spade by John Stewart in in Newtown (Uchdabhriedy in Fincastle) at one shilling ten pence.
Item: An old spade and old scythe by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at six pence.
Item: Two scythes by John Setton in Fonvuick at two shillings.
Item: Two scythes by John Cattenach (McIntosh) at Dundavie at one shilling eight pence.
Item: An old scythe by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at one shilling.
Item: A scythe by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling ten pence.
Item: A scythe by John Stewart in Mains of Lude at one shilling seven pence.
Item: A scythe by John Stewart in Tombuy (Tomanbuie of Borenich) at nine pence.
Item: A rake by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling.
Item: An old iron by Donald Setton in Pitdornie at one shilling seven pence.
Item: Old hooks by John Stewart in Tombuy (Tomanbuie of Borenich) at six pence half penny.
Item: A garden line wheel by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at seven pence.
Item: Ten racks by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at one shilling four pence.
Item: A saddle by Thomas Butter in Dunfallandy at eleven shillings.
Item: A summach by Duncan Setton in Ballachragan at seven pence.
Item: A summach by Donald Setton in Balrobie at eight pence.
Item: A long .... by Donald Cattenach, fiddler, at two pence.
Item: A summach by John Wallace in Dalmasaderan at one shilling.
Item: A .... by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at five shillings two pence.
Item: Five peat creels by John Stewart in Tombuy (Tomanbuie of Borenich) at one shillings three pence.
Item: Old timber by John Wallace at Haugh of Rinrory at two shillings four pence.
Item: A firlot (measure) by Petter Reid in Miltown of Fincastle at one shilling eleven pence.
Item: An old chest by Petter Cattenach (McIntosh) in Balnauld at one shilling one penny.
Item: Old ..emms by Duncan Menzies in Newtown (Uchdabhriedy in Fincastle) at two pence.
Item: Old irons by John Stewart in Mains of Lude at two shillings.
Item: A chest by John Wallace in Dalmasaderan at two shillings six pence.
Item: One chest by John McLauchlan in Balinluig at six shillings.
Item: One press (cupboard) by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at fifteen shillings.
Item: Haick and manger by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at one shilling nine pence.
Item: A pair of cart wheels by Donald Stewart in Clune-beg at one pound eight shillings.
Item: Another pair of cart wheels by John Robertson in Balrobie at one pound ten shillings.
Item: Old timber by Duncan Menzies in Newtown (Uchdabhriedy in Fincastle) at one shilling.
Item: A broad sword and two shoulder belts by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling eight pence.
Item: A gun by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at thirteen shilling six pence.
Item: Another gun by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at fourteen shilling six pence.
Item: A table by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at seven shillings.
Item: Four chairs by John Wallace at Haugh if Rinrory at four shillings.
Item: Another four chairs by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at four shillings.
Item: A cheese by James Stewart in Pitlochry at four shillings one penny.
Item: A cheese by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at four shillings three pence.
Item: A cheese by John Wallace at Haugh if Rinrory at four shillings two pence.
Item: A cheese by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at four shillings two pence.
Item: A cheese by John Butter in Dunfallandy at two shillings two seven pence (sic).
Item: A cheese by John McLauchlan in Mains of Stra'garry at four shillings two pence.
Item: A cheese by John McLauchlan in Mains of Stra'garry at three shillings one penny.
Item: A .... of butter by John Gow in Dalnamoan (Dalnamine) at ten shillings.
Item: A .... by Alexander Robertson in Trian at two shillings one penny.
Item: Six silver spoons by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at three pounds three shillings.
Item: Six silver .... by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at sixteen shillings.
Item: A creel by Donald Stewart in Ardtulichan at three shillings one penny.
Item: A creel by John McLauchlan in Balinluig of Fincastle at two shillings eleven pence.
Item: A punch spoon by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at one shilling two pence.
Item: Two chairs by Donald Setton in Balrobie at two shillings seven pence.
Item: A chair by Alexander Robertson in Carrick at two shillings one penny.
Item: A plate by said John Stewart, mason, at three pence.
Item: A bed by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at six shillings.
Item: A bed by Donald Stewart in Ardtulichan at four shillings seven pence.
Item: A feather bed, bolster and pillow by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at two pounds six shillings.
Item: A table by Donald Cattenach (McIntosh) at Dundavie at three shillings eight pence.
Item: A stand by Malcolm McAlpin aforesaid at two shillings nine pence.
Item: The beef(?) by John Robertson, miller at the Miltown of Bonskeid at two shillings.
Item: A tartan plaid by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at eight shillings nine pence.
Item: A .... coat by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at ten shillings.
Item: A piece of timber by Isobel Stewart in Miltown of Fincastle at two pence.
Item: A pair of trewzers (trousers) by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at one shilling ten pence.
Item: Shambo breeches and drawers by Donald Stewart in Miltown of Bonskeid at six shillings two pence.
Item: A wishucoat (waistcoat?) and vest and drawers by Donald Stewart in Miltown of Bonskeid at seven shillings.
Item: A pair breeches and drawers by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at one shilling eight (pence).
Item: A black lined(?) coat by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at six shillings six pence.
Item: Trewzers (trousers) by Donald Stewart in Miltown of Bonskeid at one shilling nine pence.
Item: A vest by Alexander Graeme in Str'garry at two shillings six pence.
Item: A pair of breeches by James Stewart in Drumdogan (Drumnagowan?) at one shilling six pence.
Item: A coat by Duncan Ritchie in Pitdornie at eleven shillings six pence.
Item: A vest by Duncan Ritchie in Pitdornie at two shillings.
Item: A vest by Duncan Setton in Ballachraggan at nine pence.
Item: A vest by Malcolm McAlpin foresaid at one shilling.
Item: A vest by John Wallace in Haugh of Rinrory at nine shillings.
Item: A vest by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at five shillings two pence.
Item: A pair of stockings by John McLauchlan in Balinluig of Fincastle at eight pence.
Item: A pair of stockings by Angus McDonald in Drumnagowan at one shilling half penny.
Item: A shirt by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie, for Alexander Stewart, Bonskeid's son, at six shillings.
Item: A shirt by John Wallace in Haugh of Rinrory at five shillings four pence.
Item: A shirt of timber by Isobel Stewart in Miltown of Fincastle at five shillings five pence.
Item: Another shirt by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at five shillings.
Item: Another shirt by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at five shillings three pence.
Item: Another shirt by John Robertson, miller at the Miltown of Bonskeid at three shillings three pence.
Item: Another shirt by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at five shillings.
Item: A mirror by (Henry Stewart of) Fincastle at eight shillings.
Item: A pair of silk stockings by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling six pence.
Item: A vest by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie, for Alexander Stewart, Bonskeid's son, at eleven shillings.
Item: A coat by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at sixteen shillings six pence.
Item: A coat by John Wallace in Haugh of Rinrory at nine shillings six pence.
Item: (A coat?) by Donald Stewart in Miltown of Bonskied at nine shillings.
Item: A coat by John Gow in Dalnamine at one pound one shillings.
Item: A black coat and vest by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie, for Alexander Stewart, Bonskeid's son, at one pound.
Item: A large old .... by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie, for Alexander Stewart, Bonskeid's son, at two shillings six pence.
Item: A laced hat by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie, for Alexander Stewart, Bonskeid's son, at four shillings.
Item: A hat by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at one shilling.
Item: A bonnet by Alexander Graeme in Stra'garry at two shillings one penny.
Item: Bowls(?) by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at seven shillings eight pence.
Item: A rough peach by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shilling seven pence.
Item: A pair mourning buckles by said Gilbert Stewart at six pence.
Item: A lock by John Stewart, mason aforesaid at nine pence.
Item: A box, brush and razors by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at two shillings.
Item: A rough coat and cape by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at two shillings eight pence.
Item: A brush by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at six pence.
Item: A whip by said Gilbert Stewart at one shilling two pence half penny.
Item: Two stone leedges by said John Stewart, mason, at one shilling.
Item: A haik and manger by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at one shilling eight pence.
Item: A piece of chain by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at six pence.
Item: A deal of chain by Donald Donaldson, wright, at eight pence.
Item: A spit and .... by John Robertson, miller at Mill of Bonskeid, at two shillings.
Item: A yoke by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at eight pence.
Item: Saddle .... by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at three shilling eight pence.
Item: A rubber by said Donald Donaldson, wright, at eight pence.
Item: A fowling nett by John Butter in Dunfallandy at three shillings one penny.
Item: A crook and chopping knife by Donald Donaldson, wright, aforesaid at three shillings two pence.
Item: Two salts by Donald Donaldson, wright, aforesaid at seven pence.
Item: Four bottles by said John Stewart, mason, at six pence.
Item: A bottle by said John Stewart in Tomnaclune at two pence.
Item: Four bottles by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at six pence half penny.
Item: Four bottles by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at six pence.
Item: A .... mustard pot and glass by (not given) at ten pence half penny.
Item: A tea kettle by James Stewart in Pitlochry at two shillings.
Item: A broth plate, some knives and forks by James Stewart in Pitlochry at one shilling eight pence.
Item: A candle mould by Gilbert Stewart in Miltown at six pence.
Item: A cannister by said Gilbert Stewart at two pence.
Item: A tea chest by said Donald Donaldson, wright, at two shillings.
Item: A setting dog by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at ten shillings six pence.
Item: A table cloth by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at three shillings six pence.
Item: Two window curtains by Isobel Stewart in Miltown of Fincastle at two shillings two pence.
Item: A tea table by said James Stewart at Pitlochry at four shillings one penny.
Item: A trunk by John Robertson, miller foresaid at three shillings four pence.
Item: A cartridge box, powder .... by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at six shillings.
Item: A mockbuchle(?) and knife-box by Gilbert Stewart at two shillings and eight pence.
Item: A spur by Donald Donaldson foresaid at nine pence.
Item: A powder flask and shot bag by Donald Stewart in Ardtulichan at two shilling four pence.
Item: Buckles by John Stewart in Tombay of Borannoch (Tomanbuie of Borenich) at ten pence.
Item: A box and wax by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at six pence.
Item: Quills by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at nine pence.
Item: A pair gloves by said John Stewart, mason, at nine pence half penny.
Item: A napkin by Isobel Stewart aforesaid at four pence.
Item: .... by foresaid Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at nine pence.
Item: A press by Peter Reid in Miltown of Fincastle at one pound two shillings nine pence.
Item: A bedstead and curtains by the aforesaid Donald Donaldson at one pound six shillings.
Item: A closs bed by Allan Stewart in Carrick at sixteen shillings.
Item: A tent bed by the foresaid Donald Donaldson at eight shillings three pence.
Item: A tent bed by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one pound three shillings.
Item: A bottle and glass by the foresaid Isobel Stewart in Miltown at six pence.
Item: A plank by Donald Donaldson foresaid at one shilling.
Item: 'Bland's Discipline' by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at one shilling.
Item: 'The Spectator', seven volumes, by said Donald Donaldson at nine shillings and six pence.
Item: Six volumes of 'Shakespear', by (not given) at six shillings Sterling.
Item: 'Rolin's Ancient History', incomplete, by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at eleven shillings six pence.
Item: 'Guardian' by the said Donald Donaldson at three shillings one penny.
Item: 'Memoirs of the King of Prussia' by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at one shillings two pence.
Item: 'Gazetteer' by the said Donald Donaldson at two shillings seven pence.
Item: 'Age of Louis the Fourteenth' by (James Robertson of) Killiechangie at two shillings six pence.
Item: 'The Hynd let Loose' by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at one shillings five pence.
Item: 'Boyer's Dictionary' by the foresaid Donald Donaldson at one shillings two pence.
Item: 'List of Army, 1763' and old magazines by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at four pence.
Item: Lanterns by John Robertson in Balcroy(?) at four pence.
Item: Maps by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at three shillings nine pence.
Item: Maps by (Edmund Fergusson of) Baledmund at two shillings three pence.
Item: A quarry mill by John Stewart in Achastle at one shilling eight pence.
Item: A lock and berrels by John Stewart, mason foresaid at three pence.
Item: A pair of candles(?)s by John Stewart in Ardtulichan at two pence.
Item: Paper by the said Gilbert Stewart at three pence.
Item: Tones(?) by Mungo Forbes in Clochran at four pence.
Item: An old lock by Thomas McLauchlan in Newtown at two pence half penny.
Item: Old harrows by Alexander Robertson in Rienarter at six pence.
Item: A girnel by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter at fifteen shillings.
Item: A bed, very old, by the said Malcolm McAlpin at six pence.
Item: Beescapes (Bee skeps? i.e. bee-hives) by the said John Stewart, mason, at eight pence.
Item: Old iron by Gilbert Stewart aforesaid at five pence.

All Sterling money. Summa Inventory ....

Follows the debts resting to the defunct. There is given up, resting to the said umquhile John Stewart time aforesaid of his decease, the sum of sixteen pounds eight shillings Sterling money by Alexander Stewart in Rienarter, as the balance of the price of a parcel of goats payable twixt Pitlochry Market and Martinmass last. Summa said debts ....

Summa Inventory and Debts 1768. 26 17s 6d

This testament was confirmed by Mr Thomas Bisset, Commissary of Dunkeld upon the sixteenth day of August 1768 years and Edmund Fergusson of Baledmund became cautioner for the executors by bond.

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