The Testament Dative and Inventory
of James Robertson in Bailiezsenlan (Ballyoukan), 1717

(see James Robertson in Bailiezsenlan, 1730)

James Robertson The Testament dative and inventory of the goods, gear, sums of money and debts that pertained to the umquhile (deceased) James Robertson in Cuilt of Bailiezsenlan at the time of his decease which was in the month of April 1715, truely made and given up by Beatrix Robertson, spouse to Alexander McKenzie in Rinancoillach, and only sister germain and executor dative, decerned to the said defunct and her said husband for his interest, by the Commissary of Dunkeld upon the day and date of this present as the decreet dative following on an edict duly executed and endorsed in itself more fully bears.

Imprimis (Firstly), there is given up, belonging to the defunct (at) the time foresaid of his decease, the goods, gear, sums of money and debts undernoted, viz:

Item: by Alexander Stewart of Cluny and Mr James Stewart, minister of Moulin, his eldest son, conjunctly and severaly, two hundred and fifty merks principal with the annual rent (interest) thereof from Martinmass 1714 by bond. Moreover, resting by them three pounds three shillings and four pennies of bygone interest resting preceeding the said term of Martinmass.

Item: resting by William Moncreiff, portioner of Kinnaird, per bond, a hundred pounds with annual interest, time the foresaid term of Martinmass.

Item: resting by John Cameron portioner of Donavuard, thirty pounds three shillings and four pennies without bond.

Item: by John McLairan in East Haugh, fifty merks with the bygone annual interest.

Item: by Donald Morison in Middle Haugh, twenty pounds money foresaid.

Item: by James Stewart jn. in Kilivullin, twenty merks with the annual interest thereof from the foresaid term of Martinmass.

Item: by John Scot in Killichangie, ten pounds Scots for six firlots of bere bought and received by him from the defunct in May 1714.

Item: by Alexander Robertson of Tenandry, four pounds. Summa Inventory

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld, the tenth day of December 1717. John Williamson, (maltman) in Dunkeld, became cautioner for the executor, and the executor bound for his relief.


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