The Testament Testamentary and Inventory of
John Calmanach in Grennich-more, 1728

John Calmanach The Testament Testamentary and Inventory of the goods, gear, sums of money and debts that belonged to the deceased John Calmanach in Grennich-more, (at) the time of his decease which was in the month of May last bypast (1728), truely made and given up by John Stewart, younger of Bonskied and Duncan Seatton in Ardtulichan, conjunct executors dative qua creditors decerned to the said defunct by the Commissry of Dunkeld upon the day and date of these presents and that in payment and satisfaction to the said executors dative of their respective sums of money underwritten, viz.

In payment and satisfaction to the said John Stewart of Bonskied, of the sum of fifty seven merks and ten shillings Scots contained in a bill drawn by Alexander Stewart in Fincastle upon and accepted by the said defunct, dated the sixteenth day of February 1728 years and indorsed by the said Alexander Stewart to the said John Stewart.

Item. In payment and satisfaction to the said John Stewart, the sum of nine pound three shilling four pennies money foresaid of principal with a fifth part more(?) of expenses of plea contained in a decreet obtained at his instance against the defunct before the Baillies of the Regality of Atholl upon the seventeenth day of February last bypast, and
In payment and satisfaction to the said Duncan Seatton of the sum of fourteen(?) merks and seven shillings money foresaid resting by the defunct to him and contained in a decreet cognition causa obtained at the said executor's instance before the Baillies of the Regality of Atholl upon the twenty first day of June, also last bypast, and suchlike
In payment and satisfaction to the said executors of the expenses in passing this present confirmation, 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 said defunct (at) the time foresaid of his decease, the goods of the avail and pieces following, viz.

The sowing of (eight) bolls of oats and bere (barley) estimate to the third cumulative (yielding three times as much as sown), in all twenty four bolls, estimated (value) with the fodder to 5 per boll. In all 120.

Item. A chest and a pot estimate to six pounds money foresaid

Summa Inventory

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld upon the 3rd July 1728 years. John Williamson, maltman in Dunkeld became cautioner for the executors.

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