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Colville, Alexander, fl 1560s-1580s (commendator of Culross)

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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Instrument of Sasine following on a previous precept of clare constat, for infefting James Colvill of Balbadie in a saltpan and five particates of land in the town of Culros, 17th June 1569

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Identifier: GB 237 Coll-1/5/2904
Scope and Contents Instrument of Sasine following on a previous precept of clare constat, for infefting James Colvill of Balbadie in a saltpan and five particates of land in the town of Culros, bounded between John Erskine's saltpan on west and that of Grisel Sempill, lady of Stenhouse, on east, as described. Sasine given, 17th June 1569, by Mr. Robert Colvill, bailie. Witnesses, Patrick Suddirland, Alexander Ezat, and John Craigingelt. Notary, John Vestualter.
Dates: 17th June 1569

Instrument of Sasine narrating a precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross, directed to James Currie, for infefting Patrick Fethie, in the mill and mill lands of Foddismiln, 5th August 1567

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Identifier: GB 237 Coll-1/5/1224
Scope and Contents Instrument of Sasine narrating a previous precept by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross directed to James Currie, for infefting Patrick Fethie, in the mill and mill lands of Foddismiln. Sasine given 5th August 1567. Witnesses, Andrew Wilson, Henry Wallanche, and Adam Currie. John Westualter, clerk of St. Andrews diocese, by apostolic authority notary public.
Dates: 5th August 1567

MS 208: Composite manuscript containing fifteen legal texts including the Regiam Majestatem, late 15th century

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Identifier: MS 208
Contents This Scottish manuscript contains a collection of texts about Scottish law. The first part of this manuscript (ff. 1-129) appears to have been written around the beginning of the last quarter of the 15th century; the rest (ff. 130-335) seems to have been written in 1496 (see Custodial History). The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-87r: Reportium (Index) to the volumeff. 89r-117v: Miscellaneous collection of lawsff. 118r-124v: ...
Dates: late 15th century

Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross, directed to James Currie, for infefting Patrick Fethie, in the mill and mill lands of Foddismiln, 1st August 1567

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Identifier: La.V/885
Scope and Contents Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross and convent thereof, directed to James Currie, for infefting Patrick Fethie, as heir of his father the late Robert Fethie, in the mill and mill lands of Foddismiln; reserving also the liferent of Margaret Balfour, relict of the late John Fethie, grandfather of Patrick. Dated at Culross, 1st August 1567. Witnesses, Mr. Robert Colvill, James Colvill, Andrew Forrett, and Alexander Hunter. Signed by the commendator and by...
Dates: 1st August 1567

Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross, directed to James Currie, for infefting Robert Fethie in the mill called Foddismill, 28th February 1567

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Identifier: La.V/883
Scope and Contents Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colvill], commendator of Culross and convent thereof, directed to James Currie, for infefting Robert Fethie, as heir of his father, the late John Fethie, in the mill called Foddismill; reserving, however, the liferent right of Margaret Balfour, mother of Robert, notwithstanding her resignation of the same. Dated at Culross, 28th February 1566-7. Witnesses, Mr. Robert Colvill, Peter Douglas, John Fettes, and Robert Bennat. Signed by the commendator and by...
Dates: 28th February 1567

Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colville], commendator of the monastery of Culros, for infefting James Colvill in a saltpan and five particates of land in the town of Culros, 16th June 1569

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Identifier: GB 237 Coll-1/5/1701
Scope and Contents Precept of Clare Constat by Alexander [Colville], commendator of the monastery of Culros and convent, for infefting James Colvill [described in sasine as 'of Balbadie'], as heir of his father, Robert Colville, in a saltpan and five particates of land in the town of Culros, bounded between John Erskine's saltpan on west and that of Grisel Sempill, lady of Stenhouse, on east, as described. At Culross, 16th June 1569. Witnesses, John Boyid of Bonschaw, John Blacader of Ineffer, John Craggelt, and...
Dates: 16th June 1569