The Testament Dative and Inventory of Jannet Stewart, spouse to William Stewart in Monzie, 1731

Jannet Stewart The Testament Dative and Inventory of the goods, gear, sums of money and debts that pertained to and were in common betwixt umquhile (deceased) Jannet Stewart, sometime spouse to the deceased William Stewart in Monzie, (at) the time of her decease which was in the month of September last bypast, truely made and given up by Patrick Stewart in Dalginross, only brother germain of the said defunct and executor dative as nearest of kin, decerned to her by the Commissar of Dunkeld upon the day and date of these presents as the decreet dative following on an edict duly executed and endorsed, in itself more fully bears:

Imprimis (Firstly), there is given up, pertaining in common betwixt the said defunct and her said deceased husband (at) the time foresaid of her decease:

Four pieces of horse and a mare estimated at twenty pounds per piece. In total the defunct's half is fifty pounds.

Item, four cows and two stirks valued in all at eighty pounds. In total the defunct's half thereof is fourty pounds.

Item, their household plenishing ontincills and domicills with the habulziements of his body valued at one hundred and thirty-three pounds six shillings and eight pennies. In total the defunct's half thereof is sixty-six pounds thirteen shiilings and four pennies.

Item, twenty sheep and twenty lambs valued at four merks sheep and lambs is fifty-three pounds six shillings eight pennies. In total the defunct's half thereof is twenty-six pounds thirteen shillings four pennies.

Summa Inventory

Debts resting in common:

Imprimis (Firstly), by Mr James Stewart of Clune, the principal sum of five hundred merks with bygone annual rents (interest) thereof by bond granted by him to the said William Stewart. In total the defunct's half thereof is two hundred and fifty merks principal with the bygone annual rents thereof.

Item, by Donald Robertson of Kincraigie the principal sum of three hundred merks bearing annual rent by his bond granted to the said William Stewart. In total the defunct's half thereof is one hundred and fifty merks with the bygone annual rents thereof

Item, by (blank) McKenzie in Rinancoillach the like sum of three hundred merks by his bond, bearing annual rent to the said William Stewart. In total the defunct's half thereof is one hundred and fifty merks with the bygone annual rents thereof.

Item, by John Stewart in Dalvorest, the sum of one hundred merks by his bond to the said William Stewart, bearing annual rent. In total the defunct's half thereof is fifty merks with the annual rent of the sum.

Item, by Alexander Stewart in Orchil-beg, the sum of twenty-three pounds six shillings eight pennies, as the half falling to the defunct of seven years annual rent of the principal sum of two hundred (pounds) money foresaid, contained in a heritable bond granted by him to the said William Stewart.

Summa said debts

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld, the thirteenth day of January 1731 years. Donald Robertson of Kincraigie became cautioner for the executor and he for his relief.

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