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Instrument of Sasine in favour of John Haswel, 16th April 1438

Identifier: La.V/32

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Instrument of Sasine in favour of John Haswel, son and heir of William Haswel and Katherine his spouse, of the lands of Murefelde, two tofts and crofts of land lying in the town and territory of Dryltoun, two annualrents of nine shillings each, the first over the lands of John of Aytoun, and the second over the lands of John Davison, both in the said town and territory, and an oxgate of land called Archarside in the territory of Gulyn, in the said barony of Dryltoun, granted to the said John by Sir Walter Haliburton, knight, lord of that ilk and of Driltoun, on the resignation of the same by his son William of Haliburton. Done in the chamber of Sir Walter, wthin the castle of Dryltoun, 16th April 1438. Witnesses, John Congiltoun of that ilk, Alexander Cranstoun, William Lermonth, John Vause, John Foular, Thomas Broun, and William Fourhose. William Wychtman, clerk, of Glasgow diocese, by imperial authority notary public.


  • Creation: 16th April 1438


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Margaret Forrest 27th May 2010

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