Sex dating in latheron caithness
Ackergill at the sum of £3 16s 2d and the rest of the said lands and barony at £62 17s 2d. When he received crown confirmation of, and sasine on, this disposition, and on death of the 6th Earl, Campbell of Glenorchy the title of Earl of Caithness, although this title was also assumed by the late Earl's heir male.
In 1677 Campbell received a charter of both the lands and title and invaded Caithness in order to enforce his title.
Dated at Weik (Wick).[NAS, GD96/42] 6-25 June: Process of apprising following on GD96/45, narrating that on 6 June 1549 Mr. [NAS, GD96/107] (1) the charter made by her to George, Earl of Cathaness (Caithness), of the eight pennylands in Reiss, the eighth part of Robsonis-croft and of a half of Wesbister, and two pennylands in Myrelandnorn, dated 7 August 1548; (4) a ratification of Reiss, Akirgill, two pennylands in Vik (Wick) with the salmon fishing of a quarter of the water of Vik, mills of Gyllak and Knokdry, Myrelandnorn, Wesbister, Robsonis- croft in Reiss, Davesonis-croft, Hudis-croft, Barneis- croft in Akirgill, made in presence of Mr.
761] 7 August: Precept of sasine by Margaret and Helen Brisbane, sisters german, grand-daughters (nepotes) of the deceased Alexander Brisbane of Akirgill and Reyss, directed to Henry Mawnsoun (Manson) and William Mawnsoun, as bailies, following on a charter by the said Margaret and Helen, with consent of John Grote and William Crukschank (Cruickshank), their curators, to George, Earl of Caithness, and Elizabeth Grahame, his spouse, of the lands of Reyss, except a pennyland thereof, lying at the south end of the town of Reyss, reserved to the granters, to be held de nobis in blench form. [NAS, GD96/83] 11 May: Renunciation and discharge by John, Master of Cathnes (Caithness), to George, Earl of Cathnes, his father, of all evidents made to the said John of the lands of Mey, Hollandmey, Nesseter, Myrlandnorne, two pennylands in Stromay, half Akirgill, Reis and Vaspuster, half Harland, the mill of Gillak and the half field thereof, two pennylands in Weik (Wick), the mill of Knokdry, a quarter of the water of Weik and the salmon fishing thereof. [NAS, GD96/106] 15 May: Obligation of warrandice by John, Master of Caithness, to William and George Sinclair, his brothers german, of the nine penneylands of Akirgill, the lands called Devisonis-croft, the lands called Birsbendiscroft, the lands called Huidis-croft, the half of the lands of Harlland, the mill of Gillok, the half of the field thereof, the nine pennylands in Reiss, the half of Waspuster, Robsonis-croft there, the two pennylands and one farthingland in Myrlandnorne, the two pennylands in Weik (Wick), the mill of Knokdry, the quarter of the water of Weik and the salmon fishing thereof, the nineteen and a half pennylands in May, the mill thereof and the croft of the same, the two pennylands of Hollandmay, a pennyland in Nessettir, two pennylands in Strowma, three pennylands and a farthingland in Myrlandnorne, following on (1) a contract dated at Keis, , whereby George, Earl of Caithness, was obliged to infeft the said Master of Caithness in the said lands, (2) an obligation, dated at Edinburgh, ♦ 7 July 1561, whereby the said master of Caithness was obliged to infeft his said brothers in the same, and (3) a ratification following thereon, dated at Edinburgh, .
At Girnigow.[NAS, GD1/945/3] In 1538 that King [James V] granted in heritage to William Earl Marischal and Lady Margaret Keith his wife, with remainder to the earl's heirs whomsoever, the half of certain lands and baronies in the earldom of Cathnes, including the half of the half of the lands of Akergill with the tower and other pertinents, the half of the half of Reise, the half of the half of Subister, the half of the fourth of Myrelandnorne, the half of the half of Westlister, the half of the half of Harland and the mill of Auldwik, with the half of the fourth of the water of Wik and fishings of the same, and the half of the half of the lands of Vlbister, all resigned by Elizabeth Keith the sister of Margaret and the niece and one of the heirs of the deceased Sir William Keith of Innerugy, and with lands in Moray and Banf united into the barony of Innerugy. George Sinclar is to have peaceful possession of the feu lands of Mey, Hollandmey, Nessiter, two pennylands in Stroma, pennylands of Myirlandnorne, commonly called the barony of Mey, Setter, Quyis, Hwna and the two pennylands in Cannesby presently occupied by Mr. He succeeded as earl on 7 October 1581, upon the death of his grandfather, William Keith, 4th Earl Marischal. Sets in tack to said Master of Caithness the lands and annualrents of the Earldom of Caithness lying of old within the sheriffdom of Inverness and now within the sheriffdom of Caithness; also barony of Aikirgill with patronage of kirk of Dunnett, and barony of Berridaill, with all other lands conquest by him in sheriffdom of Caithness, with teindsheaves etc. Just before this incident Ackergill had been strengthened and provisioned by the Earl. 12.), - ratificavit cartam de data apud Vicum Canoni- corum prope Edinburgum, 11 Nov. de Rosbister, terris de Meid Clyth, Eister Clyth, Ovirtoun, in parochia de Latheroun, terris de Thrumster-Littill, Telstane, Tannoche, Stirkak, Queyley, Weik, Wedderclet, Blingerie, Nois, dimidietate de Aikergill, de Harland, de Woster, de Reis et de Howie, terris de Myiland, Quintfauld, Occorne, Nybister, Keis, Quystane, Titulbistar, Auldweik cum molendino, villa et terris de Mylntoun, terris de Stamister, Thrunister-Mekill, dimidietate de Ulbister, terris de Sarclet, Haster, Thurister, Nathiret Ovir Bilbester, Weik cum piscariis super aqua de Weik, in parochia de Weik, terris de Wattin, Brigend, Woster, Ovir Skouthall, Nethir Skuthall, Bilbester, Auchingaill, Lynager, dimidietate de Dwn, in parochia de Wattin, terris de Bowar, Mathoun (Bowarmathoun ? de Mursay, Bowartoure, Belsetter, bina parte do Bralister (Brabister ? 1917] 27 July: Apud Halyruidhous, REX, - cum consensu &c. 19.), - concessit et de novo dedit JOANNI MAGISTRO DE BERRIDAILL - terras, baronias et annuos redditus comitatus Cathanie, cum castris, piscationibus, moleudinis, tenentibus &c, advocatione hospitii Sancti Magni in Cathania, et ceterorum beneficiorum pertinentium ad dictum comitatuui, cum archidiaconatu de Caitbnes et ecclesiis de Bowar et Wattin ad dictum archidiaconatum spectantibus, cum ecclesia de Dunnett, rectoria et vicaria diet, ecclesiarum, et terrarum ad dicta beneficia pertinen., necnon terras et baroniam de C(l)yth et Greinland, cum molendinis, tenentibus &c, terras de Berridaill (et cetera in carta 251 contenta), olim infra vie. Caithnes ; dimidietatem terrarum de Aikergill cum castro, cum advocatione rectorie et vicarie ecclesie et parochie de Dunnett, dimid. de Hallandmak, cum lie fardiwjland in villa de Ratter, sextam partem de Corsbak cum quarta parte molendini earundem, dimid. Hammiltoun de Blaikburne miles (proprietarius terrarum dicti comitatus), Wil. de Edinburgh (in cujus persona jura quondam Davidi vicecomiti de Stormonth et Quintigerno vicecomiti de Stormonth conccssa stabilita fuerunt), Ronaldus Murray mercator burgen. Our Lady-day 25 Mar., Sanct- Peteris day 29 Jun., Sanct-Michaellis -day 29 Sept., et . dicti burgi recipiendi et easdem quibuacuxtque personis disponendi, curias burgales tenendi &c: - PRETEREA rex omnia suprascripta incorporavit in liberum comitatum Cathanie, ordinando castrum de Thurso-beeist principale fore messuagium: -TENEND. ejus de corpore legit, procreandis, quibus deficientibus, Willelmo dom. de Caithnes concesse super reaignatione quondam Georgii com, de Merschell et Joannia comitia de Mar); pro dicto burgo 10 merc. Clair of Berriedale and Glenurchy in 1681 after it was held that George Sinclair, heir of the previous Earl of Caithness, was entitled to these titles.
In the end the Clangun wer slain, and the most pairt of the Kaithos also.' On Innocents' Day it was customary with the inhabitants even in very recent times to visit the chapel, and to leave there some bread and cheese and a silver coin, which they believed to disappear in a mysterious way. [This document is badly written, and from that cause and partial defacement is almost undecipherable] [John Anderson, Calendar of the Laing Charters A. 854-1837 belonging to the University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh 1899) ] 5 March 1519-20: Charter by Sir William Keith of Inverugy and of the fourth part of Caithness to Gilbert Mowat in Swythny of the lands of Brabustyrmyr and Slecle in the barony of Housbustyr and sheriffdom of Inverness, to be held for three suits of court at Ackyrgill with ward and relief [NAS, GD139/53] 15 August: Precept by John Sinclair, Earl of Caithness to [illegible] in Aikergill, Robert Rowat and [blank], his bailies in that part, to give sasine to Donald Williamson of a 4d land in Neddir Sculdall in terms of his charter. in the earldom of Caithness, and sheriffdom of Inverness ; in the half of the third part of the lands of Duffus, in the sheriffdom of Elgin and Forres ; and in the half of the barony of Strathbrock, in the sheriffdom of Linlithgow. [NAS, GD96/196] 14 January: Minute of agreement between George, Earl of Catnes (Caithness), James, Master of Catnes, his brother german, David Sinclar, their brother, and George Sinclar of Mey, their uncle. 1341] [For the full text see Appendix I.] George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal (died 1623) was a Scottish nobleman and Earl Marischal. inter eos legit, procreatis, quibus deficientibus, legit, et propinquioribus heredibus masc. Reserves to Francis Sinclair, his 2nd son, lands and others given to him as his provision and portion. [NAS, GD 305/1/157/5] ♦ Ackergill besieged by Sir Robert Gordon during his feud with George Sinclair, 5th Earl of Caithness, but was surrendered before any assault took place. de Edinburghe factam RONALDO MORRAY mercatori burgensi de Edinb., heredibus ejus et assignatis, irredimabiliter, - de terris de Berridaill, Owstisdaill, Bran- hagles, Longwall, cum salmonum piscariis et lie owes super aqua de Berridaill, terris de Stramoir, dimidietate de Latheroun ct Rosbister, terris de Campster, Knokynane, Landhallow, Latheroun, Fulyie (Latheroun- fulyie? ), Smeroll, Schandwall, Latheroun, Fors, Reisgill cum portu et estuario, Achiecastell, Lybuster, Stamister, Occamster, Achivar, Westir Clythe, dimid. de Cutanea, in vitali redditu, terras de Keia cum castro et unuioriei loco vocato Uadder, terras de Nybster, Howe cum molendino, Softhearne et lie lynkis cum cuniculario ejusdem, terras de Wedderclett, Bred well cum castro, Sexpennyland, Substerbralo, Quicroko et Stromay: -PRETEREA rex erexit villam de Thurso in libemin burgum baronic, BURGUM DE THURSO nuncupand.; dando dicto magistro potestatem faciendi ballivos, consules, bnrgensea &c; cum potestate burgensibus lie pack et peill, emendi et vendendi &c; cum potestate dicto magistro habendi pretorium, crucem foralem, forum hepdomadarium die Batumi, cum quatuor liberis nundiuis unoquoijue anno, viz. , unaquaque pro 3 diebus duratura, cum custumis &c; cum potestate dicto magistro reaignatiouca terrarum &c. baronie de Aikergill ad 100 mere, et maritagium ad 500 mere, secundum tenorem carte Georgio com. He succeeded to the title of 5th Baronet Campbell, of Glenorchy, co. He resigned as Earl of Caithness, Viscount of Breadalbane and Lord St.
John Dunnet; he is also to have the house of May and the parsonages and vicarages of Olrik and Cannesby, and he is to renounce all actions for spuilzie against the earl and his brothers. Described as one of the most important and powerful men of his day in Scotland, he was sent as ambassador to Denmark in 1589 to negotiate the marriage of King James VI of Scotland to Anne of Denmark. of the old Earldom of Caithness and baronies of Aikirgill and Berriedaill and "his haill blak mairtis within the said auld erledome extending yeirlie to twelff scoir mairtis", with salmon fishing on the waters of Wick, Thurso and Berriedaill, and white fishing of Reisgill for 15 years from Whitsunday 1616, excluding lands of Reisgill, Achacastell, Auchsounger (? The fifth Earl was succeeded by his great-grandson George, sixth Earl who built himself a new castle at Thurso-east, the result being that Ackergill was neglected partly because of its proximity to Girnigoe and also because as the years passed the Earl suffered serious financial embarrassment as a result of the civil wars and the unsettled conditions of that time. ), terris de Doraine et Tusbister, in parochia de Bowar, terris de Banniskirk, Achiehorlie, Brawell, Achinnareis, Skinnand, lie Sexpennyland, Aimster, dimid. de Reis, terras de Subuster, quartam partem do Myrlandnorne, dimid. in villa de Doun, tertiam partem de Brabisterdurhaine, quartam partem de Ormelie, Burland Murkill et Subamister, 7 den. de Holme, terras de Sunzie cum molendino, terras de Brobisterne, Sleiklie, dimidium de Ulbister, terras de Fors cum castro, cum castris, molendinis, tenentibus &c, cum ceteris terris et tenementis infra villas de Weik, Thurso et Dunett, infra diocesim et vie. de Edinburgh (in cujus favorem terre ad instantiam Joannis Murray de Tirrewine appreciate disposite fuerant), Jo. Sinclair de Berridaill (ejus patri), heredibus ejus masc. feudifirme: pro ceteris duo paria columbarum super terras de North Weik si peterentur tantum: - Test, ut in aliis cartis &c. He was created 1st Earl Breadalbane and Holland on 13 August 1681, with a special remainder to allow him to appoint any of his sons of his first wife as his successor.
[NAS, GD112/58/44/11-12] ♦ 18 October: Warrant by John, Earl of Caithness, to Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine and all the party of the highland company under his command in Castle Akergill, to defend that house for the king's service and for granter's use against all persons besieging it.
[NAS, GD112/43/14/18] ♦ 19 January: Copy of a bond by George, Earl of Linlithgow, to Lords commissioners to the Treasur.
for work unspecified wrought by granter and his men for the Earl of Caithness, [NAS, GD112/15/28] [There are other accounts here but not sure if they relate to Aikergill. Letters from James Innes to John, Earl of Caithness. Demolishing of house of Thurso East; is surprised that witnesses cannot be got, as nothing is left but the walls; George Sinclair brought a company of men with him from Wick in arms, and ordered all the workmen to go out of town and demolish the house by a proclamation and with a drum; the country people took away every stick of timber `with as much confidence as if it were wracke cast in upon the sea'. Alexander Smart, chamberlain to the Earl of Caithness, to the Earl of Caithness.
Suggests delaying recipient's visit to Caithness till the spring as his houses are ruined and can afford no shelter; George Sinclair has departed for Edinburgh, claiming that all he has to do is to thank the Duke of York and the Privy Council, and then return and take possession of his rights; state of ruins of Castle Sinclair and Thurso East, nothing remaining of those great fabrics but heaps of stones, all the woodwork being carried away by the countrymen as confidently as if they had bought them for money in the market; martinmas silver debt taken up by George Sinclair; not a tree or a root left at Thurso East; recipient has neither rent to take up nor a house to shelter him; other troubles; George Sinclair's denying that he demolished recipient's houses; can find an ear witness but not an eye witness [NAS, GD112/58/41/12-16] ♦ 8 March: Thurso. Writer's difficulties; destruction of castles of Sinclair and Girnigo; gives details. Letter from Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine to John, earl of Caithness.