Search Results for: *:* - Page 1 of 85

Moir Family Of Haddington – Assignment Of Share Of Funds From Mrs C I Moir To Messrs Maude And Woodroofe

Identifier: EL2/6 · Date: 27 Aug 1828 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Document detailing the assignment of share of funds in the court of chancery in the cause of Moir and Mudie. Share is being assigned over to Messrs Maude and Woodroofe to be placed upon trust from...

Moir Family Of Haddington – Settlement Of Mr & Mrs Moir

Identifier: EL2/7 · Date: 10 Jan 1825 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Document details the setting up of a trust by Mr & Mrs Moir and the appointment of John Maude and William Woodroofe as trustees.
Signed and sealed at the foot of the document.

Haddingtonshire Turnpike Road Trustees Letter Book

Identifier: EL12 · Date: 1822-1826 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Handwritten letter book relating to decisions made on roads being built in the county. Volume is indexed and mentions schoolmasters, liquor imports to England and military movements within the county

Account Of Stage Coach Duty Owed By Mr James Fowler Of Prestonpans

Identifier: EL26 · Date: 1804 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Account of Stage Coach Duty owed by Mr James Fowler of Prestonpans

Title Deed

Identifier: EL24/19 · Date: 9 April 1784 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

for a stone tenement of 2 storeys in Tolbooth Gate {now Market Street} (the upper storey and garret having been sold to Andrew Cathie) brought at a timed public roup by Alexander Nisbet, merchant ...

Letter To Robert Todrick, Bank Of Scotland, Haddington

Identifier: EL24/9 · Date: 8th January 1813 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

from J G A Baird, Colstoun, Haddington about Bolton School Board business and enclosing an extract of a charter from 1486 naming a tenement in Haddington owned by Thomas Todrike; also that there wa...

Offer To Sell For 250 A Property In The Nungate Of Haddington As Trustees For The Creditors Of Thomas Todrick Junior; The Offer Accepted

Identifier: EL24/4 · Date: 20 Nov 1822 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

which had previously belonged to Thomas Todrick, mason and now owned by Archibald Todrick etc

Letter To John Dods, Newlands From J [hood] At Long Yester

Identifier: EL23/16 · Date: 12 June 1817 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

discussing the cost of killing crows

Letter To John Dods, Monkrigg, From Thomas Baillie.

Identifier: EL23/17 · Date: 7 Mar 1820 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

about the court case being brought by the Marquis of Tweeddale and the need to gather evidence

Letter To John Dods, Monkrigg From His Brother George At Gnoll Castle, Neath,

Identifier: EL23/18 · Date: 29 Dec 1821 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

intending to visit his poor infirmed father (at Newton?) and asking about the last days of his poor mother.