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Charter Under The Great Seal, 24 March 1566/7, By Queen Mary [digital Surrogate Available]

Identifier: HAD/1/10 · Date: 24 Mar 1566/1567-9 Jan 1567/1568 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

TO THE MAGISTRATES AND COMMUNITY OF THE BURGH OF HADINGTOUN OF ALL CHURCH LANDS, ANNUALRENTS, RENTS, DUTIES ETC. WITHIN THE LIBERTY OF THE SAID BURGH WHICH HAD PERTAINED TO CHAPLAINS, PREBENDARIES ...

Treasurers Accounts. [small Volume]

Identifier: HAD/4/6/73 · Date: 1558 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Volume is in poor condition with deterioration around the edges. The cover of the volume is a page written in ecclesiastical script. Possible connection with HAD/4/7/78 and HAD/4/6/76

Protocol Books

Identifier: HAD/4/1/5 · Date: 1548-1565 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Thomas Stevin. Includes the testament of Elizabeth Hepburn, Prioress of the Abbey. See between pages 379 & 380

Court And Council Records

Identifier: HAD/4/6/5 · Date: 1530-1555 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Folio 16 mentions the Bruce Charter.

Notarial Instruments (2) Whereby Mungo Hepburne Of Lufnos, Son And Apparent Heir Of David Hepburne Of Wauchtone, Obliged Himself Not To Disturb The Burgesses And Community In The Peaceable Possession Of Their Harbour Of Peffirmoucht Near Aberlady Nor To Take Anchorage Dues Or Haven Silver From Them

Identifier: HAD/4/6/13 · Date: 19 Feb-7 Mar 1503/1504 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Both documents in Latin. Both have clear notary marks. One document is notaried twice - by Robert Young and Patrick Lauson

Miscellaneous Titles

Identifier: DUN/7/9/2 · Date: 18 Jun 1555 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Note of Great Seal charter re-erecting town of Dunbar as a free royal burgh. Label only

Miscellaneous Titles

Identifier: DUN/7/9/3 · Date: 22 Jan 1562/1563 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy Great Seal charter of confirmation of charter, 1562 Sept 26, by Robert Hammiltoun of Inchemauchane to George Hume of Broxmouth, of lie Mainis of Dunbar, in earldom of March, constabulary ...