2 edition of Justiciary records of Argyll and the isles found in the catalog.
Justiciary records of Argyll and the isles
Scotland. High Court of Justiciary.
Vol. 2 edited by John Imrie.
|Statement||Transcribed and edited with an introd. by John Cameron.|
|Series||Publications of the Stair Society -- 12, 25., Stair Society (Series) -- 12, 25.|
|Contributions||Cameron, John, 1883-, Imrie, John Dunlop.|
|The Physical Object|
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Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles is welcomed. The day-to-day record of court proceedings helps-to add to bur knowledge of judicial activity in an interesting area at a significant time in legal history; and the hereditary Justiciary of Argyll, although only one aspect of Scot land's judicial structure, was in some respects.
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Surviving records are unindexed and difficult to use. The Stair Society has published justiciary court records for Argyll and the Isles for toand barony and regality court records for Falkirk and Callendar for to ( B4st vols. 12, 25, and ) The first two volumes are also on microfilm item 3.
Criminal Courts. 60 Index of the Register of Testaments, Commissariat of Argyll, 75 List of Members of the London Argyllshire Association, 76 Index to the Justiciary Records of Argyll & the Isles, 77 Index to Argyll Sasines, Vol. 78 Index to Argyll Sasines, Vol 2. 86 Index to the Police Registers.
The Justiciary Records of Argyll and the IslesVolume 2, ; Edited by John Imrie; Published ; Available from Avizandum Law. Full text of "Records of Argyll; legends traditions, and recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders, collected chiefly from the Gaelic, with notes on the antiquity of the dress, clan colours, or tartans, of the Highlanders" See other formats.
The list of inhabitants on the estates of the Duke of Argyll is one of the earliest Scottish censuses. The list was created to help John, the fifth Duke of Argyll manage his estates, which cover most of Argyllshire.
Alexander Cameron worked on the estate of the Earl of Argyll many decades later. He was born in Strontian in The academic study of early modern European cunning-folk, charmers and other types of ‘good’ magical practitioner has lagged behind that of witches. This is quite understandable. Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles, –, 2 vols., (eds) J.
Cameron and J. Imrie (Stair Society, –69), i, Buy this book on Cited by: 2. The Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles Vol 2 (Stair Vol 25). Family history. Our family history guide provides an overview of the records we make available to help you trace your Scottish ancestors online, at our centre in Edinburgh and at Local Family History Centres elsewhere in Scotland.
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The families with the R-S all share the same paternal ancestor. Many of the families are from the mid Argyll area have a TMRCA that dates to AD to AD.
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Back issues of The Argyll Colony Plus are shown below with their contents. We do not copy individual articles, but back issues can be ordered for $15 each (within the US). Back issues mailed to Canada are $20 US and to the UK $23 US. We do not accept credit cards. Send orders or. The Mid Argyll MacAlpins are more difficult to locate in the primary sources in the s, but in the s they appear and are linked to the Ailean Mac Eáin family.
On 6 May John McDonche VcAlpine (Eáin Mac Donnchaidh Mhic Ailpín) was a witness to a sasine given by Alexander Scrymgeour at Kirnan, Kilmichael Glassary parish.
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Scots-Irish Links, Parts He goes into the history of the Isles with a broad brush and the book was and is a pointer to further reading and understanding.
As someone who is perhaps genuinely British by family background (English, Scottish, Welsh with a For someone educated at an English school, this book is a useful corrective to the history taught there.4/5. Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles, volume 1,John Cameron (editor), Stair Society, Edinburgh, Miscellany of the Maitland Club, volume II, part I, Acts and Statues of the Lawting Sheriff and Justice Courts within Orkney and Zetland,Edinburgh, Selected Justiciary cases, / Author: edited and annotated by Stair A.
Gillon. Publication info: Edinburgh: Printed for the Stair Society, by J. Skinner, Format: Book, Government Document. Inanother example of the multiple surname use is recorded in the Argyll justiciary records, with “Duncan Vc Lauchlane alias McEan.”  These are examples of a clerk feeling the need to clarify a McCain’s clan : Barry R Mccain.
The Mid Argyll MacAlpins are more difficult to locate in the primary sources in the s, but in the s they appear and are linked to the Ailean Mac Eáin family. On 6 May John McDonche VcAlpine (Eáin Mac Donnchaidh Mhic Ailpín) was a witness to a sasine given by Alexander Scrymgeour at Kirnan, Kilmichael Glassary : Barry R Mccain.
The Bute witches were six Scottish women accused of witchcraft and interrogated in the parish of Rothesay on Bute during the Great Scottish Witch Hunt of – The Privy Council granted a Commission of Justiciary for a local trial to be held and four of the women – believed by historians to be Margaret McLevin, Margaret McWilliam, Janet Morrison and Isobell McNicoll – were.
Cameron, John (ed.), The Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles,vol.1, [The Stair Society] Edinburgh, Campbell, [Lord] Archibald, Records of Argyll, Legends, Traditions and Recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders, Edinburgh, [includes various Gaelic traditions of the Macleans, and also of Tiree]File Size: KB.
His initial success, however, did not stop him over the intervening years from hunting in ever more obscure sources in North America and the UK--sources such as the Aberdeen Journal, Caledonian Mercury, the Dumfries and Galloway Archives, Justiciary Records of Argyll, Calendar of Home Office Papers, and more.
Dobson's tireless efforts have. The role of justiciar evolved into the current Lord Justice-General, the head of the High Court of Justiciary, head of the judiciary in Scotland, and a member of the Royal Household.
The Duke of Argyll still holds the hereditary title of High Justiciar of Argyll, but no responsibilities now attach to it. The Justiciary records of Argyll and the isles, KF S35 S7 V Selected cases from Acta dominorum concilii et sessionis: from 27 Maythe inception of the Court, to 5 July / edited by Ian Hamilton Shearer.
Another cite is from The Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles:where we have: who made shose of Neill Campbell, servitor to Collin Campbell younger of Glendarule, to be his clark compeared personally Archibald McKellar now in Glenlean of the age of threety years Leasnam18 May (UTC).
STAIR SOCIETY Publications Various, An Introductory Survey of the Sources and Literature of Scots Law, Stair Society, 1 () Native sources. Watson, W., The statutory law. Hannay, R.K., Early records of Council and Session, Inanother example of the multiple surname use is recorded in the Argyll justiciary records, with “Duncan Vc Lauchlane alias McEan.”  These are examples of a clerk feeling the need to clarify a McCain’s clan affiliation.
Inanother example of the multiple surname use is recorded in the Argyll justiciary records, with “Duncan Vc Lauchlane alias McEan.”  These are examples of a clerk feeling the need to clarify a McCain’s clan affiliation.
Justiciary Records of Argyll (pp. ) Justiciary Records of Argyll and the Isles, by John Cameron Review by: Isabel A. Milne. The records of the proceedings of the Justiciary court, Edinburgh, ; by Edinburgh (Scotland).
Justiciary Court; Scott-Moncrieff, W. (William George), And indeed the broad outline of this first book in a nine book series is a familiar pattern of characters raised in humble circumstances rising to heroic nobility. The problem with the book is not the At one point in Lord of the Isles a character thinks how when weaving you need to have the pattern in mind before you start or else you'll be a /5.
More sinners as well as jurymen and witnesses are to be found in the Stair Society's 'Argyll Justiciary Records', the two volumes of which cover the period A valuable source is a list of leases on the Argyll Estate painstakingly compiled by the late Duncan Colville and again indexed by our Texan friends, both as to personal and place.
In this beginning book of the "Lord of the Isles" series, author David Drake has written a story that, at times, is very good while at others, it leaves the reader wondering what exactly is going on.
The story begins with two warring isles. Sorcery won the war, but there was a price; the winning island disappeared beneath the waves/5(70).the iusticiary records of argyll and the isles.
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volume 1. the synod records of lothian and perpetuities in scots law faculty of advocates book. volume stair tercentenary.Catalogues and Indexes Each collection of records held by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) has a catalogue or index to help you find the right material whether it's a file or a single document.
Catalogues are lists of archives according to where they came from and when they were created (their provenance).