The Testament Dative and Inventory
of Margret Robertson in Dalnamoon (Dalnamine), 1759

Margret Robertson The Testament Dative and Inventory of the goods, gear, debts and sums of money which pertained and was resting to the umquhile (deceased) Margret Robertson, in Dalnamine, at the time of her decease which was in the month of March last, truely made and given up by Grizell Robertson, sister germain to the said defunct, and spouse to Alexander McIntosh in Dalnamine, and he for his interest, executor and one of the three nearest in kin, decerned to the said defunct by the Commissary of Dunkeld, in so far as concerns a third part, as the decreet dative of the date of these presents, following on an edict duly executed and endorsed in itself more fully bears.

Imprimis (Firstly), there is given up by the said Grizell Robertson and her said husband, for his interest, the third part of the sums after-mentioned, as resting to the said defunct (at) the time foresaid of her decease, and accressing to her as one of three nearest in kin aforesaid: the sum of fourty two merks Scots contained in a bill accepted by John Robertson in Auchinruie, dated the first day of November 1763 (sic) payable at Martinmass then next.
Item. Of the sum of fourty merks money foresaid contained in another bill dated the fourth of December 1757, payable at Martinmass then next, accepted by Donald Robertson in Dalriach, and due (to) the defunct.
Item. The third part of twenty two pounds thirteen shillings four pennies Scots, contained in Janet Frazer in Dalinturuaine, her accepted bill to the defunct, dated the thirteenth December 1757, payable at Whitsunday then next.
Item. The third part of eighty four merks, money foresaid, contained in and due by Donald Robertson in Craig (of Clunes), his accepted bill to the defunct, dated 16th December 1754, payable at Martinmass then next.
Item. Of thirty pounds Scots contained in and due by Elspeth Stewart in Invervack, her accepted bill to the defunct, dated the twenty second of March 1759, payable at Martinmass then next.
Item. Of the third part of thirty three pounds six shillings eight pennies Scots money, contained in and due by John Campbell in Riechaile, his accepted bill to the defunct payable at Martinmass next.
And lastly of the third part of the annual rents (interest) of the said several bills since the rexive (respective) terms of payment.

Summa Inventory

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld, the fourth day of May 1759 by Thomas Bisset, Commissary Depute, and Alexander Robertson, schoolmaster at Bridgend of Struan became cautioner for the executor.

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