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James would probably have been born around 1450 and likely oldest living son in 1489, when he took over his fathers the property. [1] He is called the late James Nisbet in Nov 1514 so passed away before then. [2]

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Children

Property

  • 40s lands of Grenholme
  • 40s lands of Auchinruglane
  • 40s lands of Sornhill
  • 40s lands of Mylryg
  • 40s lands of Sorne

Research Notes

Nisbet is the usual spelling in Scotland (Nesbit in England, Nesbitt Ireland, Nisbett moved from Scotland to England thought to give social status). Since we have no idea what LNAB is, we use Nisbet as this more often than not ,indicates a birth in Scotland for this surname.

Regarding: The original Chart, which says "based on a genealogy made by by John Hooke Campbell, Esquire, Lyon King of Arms, and Percy Nisbet, Esq.," that the charters are mentioned [1]

  • The original source of the charters mentioned in 1489 so far has not been found.
  • It does not say how much of the genealogy can be credited by John Hooke Campbell, Esquire, Lyon King of Arms or how much by Percy Nisbet.
  • Claims James married __Campbell, a daughter of the Family of Loudon needs documentation
  • Mentions a Charter, dated 28th day of June 1505 from John Campbell of Loudon, of parts of the lands of Dalquhillane & Horsehill in the Co of Ayr ____so far has not been found

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Compiled from a genealogical deduction of the descent of the said Family made by John Hooke Campbell, Esquire, Lyon King of Arms, and from collected material by Percy Nisbet, Esquire of Neybridge, Surrey: accessed by me between 2000-2021, 10 May 1489 Ayr James Nisbet of Greenholm Obtained from his father a Charter dated 10th of May of Alienation of the same lands. of parts of the lands of Greenholm and others. Reference: Nesbitt Nisbet Society British Iles
  2. 2.0 2.1 Protocol book of Gavin Ros 1512-1532: accessed by me between 2000-2021, Instrument narrating that the above Charles Campble, sheriff of Air, in terms of a precept from the King, passed to the lands of Grenholm, and there on the ground gave sasine of the 40s lands of Grenholme, 40s lands of Auchinruglane, 40s lands of Sornhill. 40s lands of Mylryg, 40s lands of Sorne, in the lordship of Galstoun, within the sheriffdom of Air, bailiary of Kylestewart, to Robert Nesbit, son and heir of the late James Nesbit of Grenholme, according to the old infeftment. Done on the lands of Grenholme - November 1514. Witnesses, William Johnston, John Johnston, James Walker and James Henryson and Adam Talzeour. Reference: #100 Protocol book of Gavin Ros 1512-1532




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