Executors and Administrators
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Following the death of Joseph Black in 1799, his affairs were handled by [his nephew] George and solicitor Adam Ferguson WS
Accounts and other executry papers (1776-1799)
1 volume of accounts and other executry papers (1799-1816)
Business account of John Baillie as executor for Peter Baillie .
Will and inventory of the estate of John Baillie and a discharge by Peter Baillie (his nephew) in favour of Annie Baillie.
Correspondence and related items, including letters from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, Ifor Leslie Evans and Reinhold Niebuhr. Includes material relating to the estate of John Baillie's father-in-law, Richard Fowler.
Correspondence and related items, including letters from Mona Anderson, Reinhold Niebuhr, Hachiro Yuasa and Lazlo Pap. Includes material relating to the Donald Macpherson Baillie's estate, the unveiling of war memorial panels and installation of the Duke of Edinburgh as Chancellor at the University of Edinburgh, the coronation of Elizabeth II and preparations for the World Council of Churches conference.
Correspondence and related items, including letters from William Roxburgh Forrester and some earlier ( 1939-1953) letters from Henry Sloane Coffin. Also correspondence with Anderson & Nairn, stockbrokers and Shepherd & Wedderburn WS, solicitors, regarding investments and the estate of Donald Macpherson Baillie.
Letter, 1 November 1916, London, Crompton to Bob [Robert Trevelyan]. Advising Trevelyan on his legal position as Trustee to a will. Typescript signed.
Letter, 19 November 1916, Surrey, Sophie Weisse to Robert Trevelyan. Asking that Trevelyan become a trustee of Miss. Weisse's will. Holograph signed.
Letter, 26 November 1916, Surrey, Sophie Weisse to Robert Trevelyan. Requesting that Trevelyan inform Miss. Weisse whether he consulted with Tovey or not before deciding to act as trustee to Miss. Weisses will. Holograph signed.