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Reserving liferent to Lord Altrie and the heritage to the heirs male of his body only. [NAS, GD4/83] 18 June: Apud Edinburgum, REX concessit GEORGIO COMITI DE GAITHNES, heredibus ejus masculis et assignatis quibuscunque, - terras de Berrydell, aquam et salmonum piscariam earun- dem, terras et duo luolendina de Auldwick, terras de Cambuster, Sarclaith, Ulbuster, Tlirumbuster, Stambuster, Hasbuster, Thurissetter, Over et Nether Bulbuster, Clarden, Brodlandis, Mwrkill, terras de Stangirgill et earum molendina, tenas de Dwn, terras et molendinum de Tusbuster, terras et molendinum de Brabusterdorane, terras de Subuster-brawle, Sower, Gersten, Brawlbynd, Skaill, Arsksary (vel Asksary), Borrowstoun, terras et molendinum de Lybuster, terras de Swordaill, Ormelie, aquam et salmonum piscariam de Thursocht, terras de Thurdistoft, Subamster, Dwnnat, Wester, Barrak, Eatter, Corsbak, Eossetter (vel Eessettar), Greinland, Hayland, Dungasbie, Latheryn, Rosbuster, Cambuster (Ambuster ? de novo dedit, cum lie hallda et halk-nestis de Berrydell, monte de Ord cum forestis, et cum pendiculis suprascriptorum, presertim terris de Knoppo (vel Knappo), viz. He held the office of Lord-Lieutenant of Perthshire between 17.
), et Sex denariatas terrarum, cum castris, maneriebus, tenentibus &c., olim infra vie. lie Half Aikergill, lie Half Reis, lie Half Wester, lie Half Harland, 2 den. He held the office of Representative Peer between 17.
Tayr in Catteynes not farr from Girnego, wher they should meitt with tuelve hors on either syd. Innes......."two thirds of Thrumbister," and other lands, which belonged to Margaret, Katherine and Helen, the daughters and heiresses of the deceased Andrew Oliphant of Berridale, heir and successor of the deceased Christina Sutherland, Lady Berridale" [see ante.] [Robertson 1855, Vol. (including the sheriff's fee) in part payment of the sum of £6000 contained in bonds by the said earl. £10,000 at the Whitsunday immediately following her marriage and 10,000 merks at each of two succeeding Whitsundays.
It was 'thought to be in remembrance of Innocent Day, the commons frequenting that chappell having their recreation and pastime on the third day of Christmass.' About the end of the fifteenth or the beginning of the sixteenth century, 'after some dissention betueen the Kaithes and the Clangun, ther wes a meitting appoynted for ther reconciliation at the chappell of St. [NAS, GD96/46] 5 November: Disposition by Henry Paslay (Paisley), cessioner and assignee constituted by Henry Kemp of Thomastoune, donator of the lands and lordship of Baredale and of the dues of two pennylands of Wik (Wick) and fishing thereof and of the lands of Reis and Aikirgil (wrongfully withheld from the said Henry by the deceased Alexander Brisbane, portioner of Reis and Aikirgill, for eight years beginning in 1531), to George, earl of Cathanes (Caithness), of the dues of the lands and fishing abovewritten. [NAS, GD96/52] ♦ Nsd: Queen Mary granted to Lawrence the son and apparent heir of Lawrence Lord Oliphant the ward and nonentry of the lands of Auldweik and Berydaill, Campbuster, Sarcleith, Vlbuster, Thrumbuster, Stambuster, Hasbuster, Thuresetter, Nethir Bulbuster, Ovir Bulbuster, Aikirgyll, Eeis, Harland, Wesbuster, Myrellandnorne, and the town of Wik with the fourth of the salmon fishings, and other lands, all in the earldom of Cathnes and sheriffdom of Innernes, and in the queen's hands or in those of her predecessors since the decease of Rannald Lord Schen or any other possessor. Confirmed at Edinburgh, 4 April 1576, and recorded in Com. Charter by Laurence, Lord Oliphant and Beridale, to George Sinclare (Sinclair), son of the Earl of Caithness, of a half of Akergill, the mill and mill lands of Gillak and the field thereof, the mill and mill lands of Knokdry, a half of Harland, a half of Reiss, with John Robsoun's croft, a half of Westpuster, the lands of Myrelandnorne, the lands of Weik (Wick) and a quarter of the water thereof, to be held de me for service of ward and relief; which lands were apprised from the said earl for the sum of £3,197.2s.-1/2d. Also binds himself to pay to Lady Elizabeth Sinclair, his sister, sum of £20,000 Scots for her "tochirguid", viz.
terrarum in Weik, quarteria aque et salmonum piscarie earundem, molendino de Gillak cum ejus terris &c., 2 den. He held the office of Chief Justice in Eyre, South of Trent between December 17. 333] 16 February: Charter granting to Patrick Sinclair of Ulbster in liferent and John his eldest son, his heirs etc….. The lands and barony of Acrigill ( and the town and lands of Nois with the castle called Girnigoe or Castle Sinclair). formerly belonged to George, Earl of Caithness and were appraised from him at Edinburgh, 8 June last at the instance of Thomas Calderwood for payment to him of principal sum & annualrents extending in all to £5764 of principal, £288 of sheriff's fee…..[Home Stevenson (Edingurgh 1984) Vol. 1070] ♦ 28 June: Copy great seal charter creating John Campbell of Glenurquhie and specified heirs, as Earl of Caithness, viscount of Brea d'Albane, lord Sinclair of Berridale and of Glenurquhie [NAS, GD112/56/31] ♦ 20 November: Discharge by Mr Robert Innes, writer in Edinburgh, factor and collector for Lyon heralds and pursuivants, to Mungo Campbell, writer in Edinburgh, in name and behalf of John, Earl of Caithnes, viscount of Bradalbane, lord Sinclair of Berradell and Glenurchay, of money due to Lyon heralds and pursuivants as fees and casualties for titles on honour conferred on said earl by the king, viz: £400 for title of earl; £300 for title of viscount; £266 13s 4d for title of lord, extending in all to £966 13s 4d scots.
in Myrlandnorne, cum molendinis, silvis, piscariis, pasturagiis, montibus, aquis, lie scheillingis: - et omnia incorporavit in liberam baroniam de Berrydell, ordinando maneriem de B. 22 December: Charter of confirmation in favour of Thomas Calderwood, merchant, Burgess of Edinburgh by George, Earl of Caithness for the 6000 merks owed by the Earl to Calderwood includes the rent of £240 from the lands of Abergill and Keiss, to be held as a blench for 1d with a right of redemption on payment of the 6000 merks. half of the town and lands of Ackergill which once belonged to the Earl Marishall, in the same sheriffdom in special warrandice for the space of 40 years or until such time as the Earl should draw up a valid progress of titles…. [NAS, GD112/23/47/23] Sir John Campbell of Glenorchy, MP for County of Argyll, 1669-74, obtained, as chief creditor of George, 6th Earl of Caithness, a redeemable disposition of his whole estate and Earldom.
761, 778-9] ♦ In 1547 George earl of Cathnes and various others had a remission from Queen Mary for taking the castle of Akirgill, and for forcibly confining Alexander Keith the captain and John Skarlet his servitor in the place of Girnigo, Brawall, and other places. John Forsith (Forsythe) passed to the lands of Akirgill, Harland, Gillak, and the mill thereof, Reiss, Wespister, Mirelandnorne, two pennylands in Weik (Wick), the mill of Knokdry and the water of Weik, and, on failing to find any moveable goods of Margaret and Helen Brisbane, denounced the following lands to be apprised in a court to be held in the tolbooth of Invernes (Inverness) on 25 June following: nine pennylands in Aikirgill, Davisonis- croft, Barneis-croft, Hudis-croft, half Harland, [half of the] mill of Gillak and the field thereof, one pennyland in Reiss, a ninth of [the half of] Wespister, a farthingland in Myrelandnorne, [a ninth of] Robsonis-croft in Reiss, two pennylands in the town of Weik, the mill of Knokdry and a quarter of the water of Weik with the fishing thereof; this was done before Mr. 779] 5 April: (Extract) ratification by Helen Birsbane (Brisbane), "ane of the neciss and ane air" of the deceased Alexander Birsbane of Knappo, "my gucher", with consent of Donald Caldwell, her husband, of all evidents of the lands of Reiss, Aikirgill, Wespister, Harland, Myirland-northin, the mill of Gillak, the mill of Knokdry, two pennylands in Weik (Wick) and a quarter of the salmon fishing of the water of Weik, made by the Earl of Caithness. John Spense, James Mc Cartan and David Symmer her procurators to register the deed, which was sealed with the seal of Donald Grote of Brabusterdorane. [NAS, GD96/70] At the Reformation the teindsheaves of the parish of Weik were leased yearly for the sum of £196, 13s. The vicarage was at that time leased to John Keith captain of Akergill, for the payment of 40 yearly [c.£7,600], and of 20 every third year as grassum. Patrick Forrest, notary, at Girnigo, 18 July 1555; (5) a ratification of the said subjects made with consent of Andrew Sutherland, her husband, in presence of sir Malcolm Reid, commissary of Cathanes, made at Halkirk, 22 June 1558.
for work unspecified wrought by granter and his men for the Earl of Caithness, [NAS, GD112/15/28] [There are other accounts here but not sure if they relate to Aikergill. Letters from James Innes to John, Earl of Caithness. Demolishing of house of Thurso East; is surprised that witnesses cannot be got, as nothing is left but the walls; George Sinclair brought a company of men with him from Wick in arms, and ordered all the workmen to go out of town and demolish the house by a proclamation and with a drum; the country people took away every stick of timber `with as much confidence as if it were wracke cast in upon the sea'. Alexander Smart, chamberlain to the Earl of Caithness, to the Earl of Caithness.
Suggests delaying recipient's visit to Caithness till the spring as his houses are ruined and can afford no shelter; George Sinclair has departed for Edinburgh, claiming that all he has to do is to thank the Duke of York and the Privy Council, and then return and take possession of his rights; state of ruins of Castle Sinclair and Thurso East, nothing remaining of those great fabrics but heaps of stones, all the woodwork being carried away by the countrymen as confidently as if they had bought them for money in the market; martinmas silver debt taken up by George Sinclair; not a tree or a root left at Thurso East; recipient has neither rent to take up nor a house to shelter him; other troubles; George Sinclair's denying that he demolished recipient's houses; can find an ear witness but not an eye witness [NAS, GD112/58/41/12-16] ♦ 8 March: Thurso. Writer's difficulties; destruction of castles of Sinclair and Girnigo; gives details. Letter from Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine to John, earl of Caithness.
At Girnigow.[NAS, GD1/945/3] In 1538 that King [James V] granted in heritage to William Earl Marischal and Lady Margaret Keith his wife, with remainder to the earl's heirs whomsoever, the half of certain lands and baronies in the earldom of Cathnes, including the half of the half of the lands of Akergill with the tower and other pertinents, the half of the half of Reise, the half of the half of Subister, the half of the fourth of Myrelandnorne, the half of the half of Westlister, the half of the half of Harland and the mill of Auldwik, with the half of the fourth of the water of Wik and fishings of the same, and the half of the half of the lands of Vlbister, all resigned by Elizabeth Keith the sister of Margaret and the niece and one of the heirs of the deceased Sir William Keith of Innerugy, and with lands in Moray and Banf united into the barony of Innerugy. George Sinclar is to have peaceful possession of the feu lands of Mey, Hollandmey, Nessiter, two pennylands in Stroma, pennylands of Myirlandnorne, commonly called the barony of Mey, Setter, Quyis, Hwna and the two pennylands in Cannesby presently occupied by Mr. He succeeded as earl on 7 October 1581, upon the death of his grandfather, William Keith, 4th Earl Marischal. Sets in tack to said Master of Caithness the lands and annualrents of the Earldom of Caithness lying of old within the sheriffdom of Inverness and now within the sheriffdom of Caithness; also barony of Aikirgill with patronage of kirk of Dunnett, and barony of Berridaill, with all other lands conquest by him in sheriffdom of Caithness, with teindsheaves etc. Just before this incident Ackergill had been strengthened and provisioned by the Earl. 12.), - ratificavit cartam de data apud Vicum Canoni- corum prope Edinburgum, 11 Nov. de Rosbister, terris de Meid Clyth, Eister Clyth, Ovirtoun, in parochia de Latheroun, terris de Thrumster-Littill, Telstane, Tannoche, Stirkak, Queyley, Weik, Wedderclet, Blingerie, Nois, dimidietate de Aikergill, de Harland, de Woster, de Reis et de Howie, terris de Myiland, Quintfauld, Occorne, Nybister, Keis, Quystane, Titulbistar, Auldweik cum molendino, villa et terris de Mylntoun, terris de Stamister, Thrunister-Mekill, dimidietate de Ulbister, terris de Sarclet, Haster, Thurister, Nathiret Ovir Bilbester, Weik cum piscariis super aqua de Weik, in parochia de Weik, terris de Wattin, Brigend, Woster, Ovir Skouthall, Nethir Skuthall, Bilbester, Auchingaill, Lynager, dimidietate de Dwn, in parochia de Wattin, terris de Bowar, Mathoun (Bowarmathoun ? de Mursay, Bowartoure, Belsetter, bina parte do Bralister (Brabister ? 1917] 27 July: Apud Halyruidhous, REX, - cum consensu &c. 19.), - concessit et de novo dedit JOANNI MAGISTRO DE BERRIDAILL - terras, baronias et annuos redditus comitatus Cathanie, cum castris, piscationibus, moleudinis, tenentibus &c, advocatione hospitii Sancti Magni in Cathania, et ceterorum beneficiorum pertinentium ad dictum comitatuui, cum archidiaconatu de Caitbnes et ecclesiis de Bowar et Wattin ad dictum archidiaconatum spectantibus, cum ecclesia de Dunnett, rectoria et vicaria diet, ecclesiarum, et terrarum ad dicta beneficia pertinen., necnon terras et baroniam de C(l)yth et Greinland, cum molendinis, tenentibus &c, terras de Berridaill (et cetera in carta 251 contenta), olim infra vie. Caithnes ; dimidietatem terrarum de Aikergill cum castro, cum advocatione rectorie et vicarie ecclesie et parochie de Dunnett, dimid. de Hallandmak, cum lie fardiwjland in villa de Ratter, sextam partem de Corsbak cum quarta parte molendini earundem, dimid. Hammiltoun de Blaikburne miles (proprietarius terrarum dicti comitatus), Wil. de Edinburgh (in cujus persona jura quondam Davidi vicecomiti de Stormonth et Quintigerno vicecomiti de Stormonth conccssa stabilita fuerunt), Ronaldus Murray mercator burgen. Our Lady-day 25 Mar., Sanct- Peteris day 29 Jun., Sanct-Michaellis -day 29 Sept., et . dicti burgi recipiendi et easdem quibuacuxtque personis disponendi, curias burgales tenendi &c: - PRETEREA rex omnia suprascripta incorporavit in liberum comitatum Cathanie, ordinando castrum de Thurso-beeist principale fore messuagium: -TENEND. ejus de corpore legit, procreandis, quibus deficientibus, Willelmo dom. de Caithnes concesse super reaignatione quondam Georgii com, de Merschell et Joannia comitia de Mar); pro dicto burgo 10 merc. Clair of Berriedale and Glenurchy in 1681 after it was held that George Sinclair, heir of the previous Earl of Caithness, was entitled to these titles.
In the end the Clangun wer slain, and the most pairt of the Kaithos also.' On Innocents' Day it was customary with the inhabitants even in very recent times to visit the chapel, and to leave there some bread and cheese and a silver coin, which they believed to disappear in a mysterious way. [This document is badly written, and from that cause and partial defacement is almost undecipherable] [John Anderson, Calendar of the Laing Charters A. 854-1837 belonging to the University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh 1899) ] 5 March 1519-20: Charter by Sir William Keith of Inverugy and of the fourth part of Caithness to Gilbert Mowat in Swythny of the lands of Brabustyrmyr and Slecle in the barony of Housbustyr and sheriffdom of Inverness, to be held for three suits of court at Ackyrgill with ward and relief [NAS, GD139/53] 15 August: Precept by John Sinclair, Earl of Caithness to [illegible] in Aikergill, Robert Rowat and [blank], his bailies in that part, to give sasine to Donald Williamson of a 4d land in Neddir Sculdall in terms of his charter. in the earldom of Caithness, and sheriffdom of Inverness ; in the half of the third part of the lands of Duffus, in the sheriffdom of Elgin and Forres ; and in the half of the barony of Strathbrock, in the sheriffdom of Linlithgow. [NAS, GD96/196] 14 January: Minute of agreement between George, Earl of Catnes (Caithness), James, Master of Catnes, his brother german, David Sinclar, their brother, and George Sinclar of Mey, their uncle. 1341] [For the full text see Appendix I.] George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal (died 1623) was a Scottish nobleman and Earl Marischal. inter eos legit, procreatis, quibus deficientibus, legit, et propinquioribus heredibus masc. Reserves to Francis Sinclair, his 2nd son, lands and others given to him as his provision and portion. [NAS, GD 305/1/157/5] ♦ Ackergill besieged by Sir Robert Gordon during his feud with George Sinclair, 5th Earl of Caithness, but was surrendered before any assault took place. de Edinburghe factam RONALDO MORRAY mercatori burgensi de Edinb., heredibus ejus et assignatis, irredimabiliter, - de terris de Berridaill, Owstisdaill, Bran- hagles, Longwall, cum salmonum piscariis et lie owes super aqua de Berridaill, terris de Stramoir, dimidietate de Latheroun ct Rosbister, terris de Campster, Knokynane, Landhallow, Latheroun, Fulyie (Latheroun- fulyie? ), Smeroll, Schandwall, Latheroun, Fors, Reisgill cum portu et estuario, Achiecastell, Lybuster, Stamister, Occamster, Achivar, Westir Clythe, dimid. de Cutanea, in vitali redditu, terras de Keia cum castro et unuioriei loco vocato Uadder, terras de Nybster, Howe cum molendino, Softhearne et lie lynkis cum cuniculario ejusdem, terras de Wedderclett, Bred well cum castro, Sexpennyland, Substerbralo, Quicroko et Stromay: -PRETEREA rex erexit villam de Thurso in libemin burgum baronic, BURGUM DE THURSO nuncupand.; dando dicto magistro potestatem faciendi ballivos, consules, bnrgensea &c; cum potestate burgensibus lie pack et peill, emendi et vendendi &c; cum potestate dicto magistro habendi pretorium, crucem foralem, forum hepdomadarium die Batumi, cum quatuor liberis nundiuis unoquoijue anno, viz. , unaquaque pro 3 diebus duratura, cum custumis &c; cum potestate dicto magistro reaignatiouca terrarum &c. baronie de Aikergill ad 100 mere, et maritagium ad 500 mere, secundum tenorem carte Georgio com. He succeeded to the title of 5th Baronet Campbell, of Glenorchy, co. He resigned as Earl of Caithness, Viscount of Breadalbane and Lord St.