The Testament Dative and Inventory of Neil Stewart in Achmark-beg, 1729

Neil Stewart Ė The Testament Dative and Inventory of the goods, gear, sums of money and debts which pertained to deceased Neill Stewart in Achmark-beg (at) the time of his decease which was in the month of (blank) 172..., truely made and given up by John Stewart, younger of Urrard, John Stewart merchant in Blair, and Alexander Stewart in Blairuachdar, executors dative decerned to the said defunct for the use and behoof of the said defunct's children by the Commissariot 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 said defunct (at) the time foresaid of his decease, the goods and gear sold to the several persons after named for the sums of money after specified viz:

To John Stewart of Dalvorest and John Stewart, younger, of Innerslanie, a part of the saidís goods and gear at one hundred and thirty eight pounds, thirteen shillings and four pennies Scots money.

Item. To Donald Stewart in Blairuachdar another part of the saidís goods and gear at twenty four pounds, six shillings.

Item. To Robert Stewart there (Blairuachdar) another part of the saidís goods and gear at fifteen pounds money, foresaid.

Item. To Alexander Robertson of Faskelie (Faskally) another part of the saidís goods and gear at one hundred and forty nine pounds, six shillings, eight pennies.

Item. To the said John Stewart of Dalvorest, another part of the saidís goods and gear at fifty three pounds, six shilling, eight pennies.

Item. To James Stewart of Urrard, another part of the saidís goods and gear at fifty three pounds, six shillings and eight pennies.

Item. To Alexander Robertson in Calvine, another part of the saidís goods and gear at thirty four pounds, eight shillings.

Item. To Robert Stewart in Blairuachdar, another part of the saidís goods and gear at one hundred pounds, six pennies money foresaid.

Item. To Malcolm Stewart in (blank), another part of the saidís goods and gear at sixty six pounds thirteen shillings and eight pennies all Scots money.

Summa Inventory.

This testament was confirmed at Dunkeld, the twelfth day of March 1729. John Williamson, maltman in Dunkeld, became cautioner acted for the executors.

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