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Nisbet of Crookedholm and Hurlford

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Nisbet of Crookedholm and Hurlford

PROPERTY James Nisbet of Greenholm got the property of Hurlford and Hoodstone in 1690 after his father Robert Nisbet

Documents 22 August 1661 Ayr 1669 16 April Registered at Ayr on the 16 April 1669, presented by Hew Hutchesone, notary in Galston On the 23 February 1669, John Hutchesone, son of Hew Hutchesone, notary in Galston, acting as attorney for JAMES Nesbit of GREENHOLME, presented a contract of wadset which had been granted to JAMES Nesbit by his brother, ROBERT Nesbit, second son of the deceased JAMES Nesbit elder of GREENHOLME, made at Newmylnes on the 22 August 1661. JAMES Nisbit had engaged himself, on behalf of his brother, to pay certain sums for him and ROBERT had disponed to him, under reversion his five merklands of LITLE CESNOK, his ten shilling lands of Hudstanes (HOODSTONE?) and his ten shilling lands of Whorlefoord, (HURLFORD) lying in the parish of RICCARTON. The yearly annual rent on the principal sum was to be uplifted out of the rent and duty of the lands. ROBERT had also obliged himself to infeft JAMES in the properties and had appointed James Loudoun in Newmylnes as his baillie in his precept of sasine. It had been written by Charles Hall, notary in Newmylnes and witnessed by ROBERT Nesbit in LOUDOUNKIRK, William Thomsone, tailor in Newmylnes, Hew Torrance, merchant there, the said Charles Hall and Gavin Lawsoun there. Giving of sasine was witnessed by John Reid in Newmylnes, James Patersoun in Halfholmes, John Allan there and John Wight in Blackisbush? –[1]



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