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Image from page 238 of “The grange of St. Giles, the Bass : and the other baronial homes of the Dick-Lauder family” (1898)
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Title: The grange of St. Giles, the Bass : and the other baronial homes of the Dick-Lauder family
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Smith, Jane Stewart
Subjects: Dick family Lauder family St. Giles Grange (Scotland)
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for the author by T. and A. Constable
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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him therefrom, also with duplication of the feu-duty on the entry of heirs. The chartercontains Precept of Sasine and is dated at Restalrig, 12th October 1570. Witnesses, Christopher Knowisof that ilk, George Mak, and John Levina.—Register of the Great Seal, 1546-15S0, No. 1934. AS CHURCHMEN AND AMBASSADORS 1S7 to be paid by his executors, in full satisfaction of his bairns part of goods bothof his late mother and himself. Sir Robert also ordains 500 merks to be paidto his son, Patrick Lauder, together with the looo merks for which he hassasine of the lands of Garvet. Further, he leaves to Margaret Lauder, daughter to the late AlexanderLauder, his brother, 300 merks, and to Walter Lauder, her brother (NotaryPublic), ;^ioo, and to each of the five bairns of John Lauder, his late son, ^40.To his natural son, Henry Lauder, i^200. He further desires that, seeing his children are now provided for, his freegear be divided into three, one part to belong to himself the second to his wife,
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THE BASS,.d rock, thy life is two eternities, The last in air, the former in the deep. Elizabeth Hay, and the third to his daughter Elizabeth, to whom he also leavesand dispones his part, being the rest of his whole goods and gear. Whichtestament was confirmed and registered on the igth April 1577, the year afterhis death.i According to the terms of the contract of i 575, in which both James Lauderand his brother George were parties, Mr. James had resigned the whole of thelands to which his father had entered him as heir, in favour of Mr. George, forthe payment of certain annuities, in consequence of which they had beenregranted to Mr. George by the King, and he was now served heir to his fatheras Laird of Bass; but of Mr. James Lauders marriage we find no mention.He appears to have died in August 1682 at Utterstoun, and his will was givenup by his brother, William Lauder, for registration on the 27th July 1683. Commissariat of Edinburgh. Register of Testaments, vol. lix. i88 THE LAUD
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