The Testament Dative and Inventory of Neil McGlashan, writer in Clune, 1765

Neil McGlashan The Testament dative of the goods, gear, debts and sums of money which pertained and was resting to the umquhile (deceased) Neil McGlashan, writer in Clune in the parish of Blair Atholl (at) the time of his decease which was in the month (blank) 1764 years. Truly given in and made by Jean Stewart, relict of the said defunct, only executor dative discerned and confirmed whereof by the Commissary of Dunkeld upon the date hereof and that in corroboration of a general disposition and assignation executed by him bearing date the 2nd November 1762 years registered in the Sheriff Court Books of Perth, the 14th June 1764 years whereby he assigns and dispones, in favour of the said Jean Stewart, his spouse, all and whatever debts and sum of money as well heritable as movable adebted, and resting or owing to him by whatever person or persons, or that should happen to pertain or be adebted and resting to him at the time of his decease with the (vouchers?) thereof as the decreet dative following on an edict duly executed and endorsed itself more fully bears.

Imprimis (Firstly) there is given up, pertaining and resting to the said Neil McGlashan (at) the time foresaid of his decease, the sum of twenty pounds Sterling money, by William Donald, merchant in Greenock, by draught on him by Alexander McGlashan in Montreal, payable to the said defunct.

This Testament was confirmed at Dunkeld the twenty second day of February 1765 years by Mr Thomas Bisset, Commissary, and Mr Patrick McGlashan of Lambtown became cautioner for the executrix, and she for his relief.


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