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1782.00284Thomas Watson as heir to Alexander Watson merchant St Andrews, his father, seised 17 Mar 1782 pt of St Foord & salmon fishings in River Tay called Broadhaughs, etc; Easter Plewlands of St Foord, Loch of St Foord called Swanleyloch or Swanleymyre; Langside; Nether St Foord, Redmyre, Mills & teinds - in security of £662 in bond by Thomas Walker of St Foord to Catherine Montgomery, relict of James Walker minister Leuchars, in liferent, & said Alexander Watson as Trustee for said James Walker in fee 21 May 1776 - on pr cl con by said Thomas Walker 9 Mar 1782 (see 285 & 286)loan by Catherine Montgomery / Walker & Tr James Walker to Thomas Walker; loan transferred to Thomas Watson23 Mar 1782
1782.00285Thomas Walker of St Foord gets ren 20 Mar 1782 by the factor loco tutoris for Thomas Watson, son of Alexander Watson merchant St Andrews, of pt of St Foord & others, & of £662 in bond 21 May 1776 (see 284 & 286)Thomas Watson loan repaid23 Mar 1782
1782.00286The factor for Thomas Watson, son of Alexander Watson merchant St Andrews, gets disch 22 Mar 1782 by Edward Bruce WS, Factor for the Trustee of James Walker minister Leuchars, - of £662 in bond 21 May 1776 (see 285 & 286)Thomas Watson loan repaid23 Mar 1782
1783.00628David Freer, writer Edinburgh, seised 5 Jun 1783 in Samfurd or St Ford called Easter Plewlands of St Fort & pt of Inverdovat; Loch of St Ford …; Langside; … on disp by Capt Alexander Duncan late in service of East India Co, 27 May 1783Alexander Duncan to David Freer5 Jul 1783
1783.00629Margaret Dalrymple, spouse of Alexander Duncan of St Ford seised 10 Jun 1783 - half of St Ford, salmon fishings in Tay called Broadheugh; St Ford called Easter Plewlands of St Ford pt of Innerdovat; Loch of St Ford (Swanlie Loch or Swanlie Myre); Langside; Southlands of St Ford or Nether St Ford formerly called the Carrucat of St Ford; Redmyre & Mills, barony of Naughton - in security of a restrictable liferent annuity of £300 - on oblig. by said Alexander Duncan 9 Jun 1783Alexander Duncan to spouse Margaret Dalrymple5 Jul 1783
1784.00939John Lyon elder, & younger of Kinnaird seised liferent & fee 24 Aug 1784 pt of Newport on disp by Alexander Duncan of St Fort, 13 Feb 1783. Pr.35.24St Fort (Alexander Duncan) to John Lyon & John Lyon jun4 Sep 1784sasine extract
1786.00940John Hay of Newport & Sophia Kirkcaldie, his spouse, & John Hay their son, seised liferent & fee 24 Aug 1784, Newport & pt of Inverdovat on disp by John Lyon of Kinnaird, merchant, Dundee, 24 Aug 1784. Pr.35.26John Lyon to John Hay, Sophia Kirkcaldie & John Hay jun4 Sep 1786
1786.01529Thomas Just of Justfield seised 30 Nov 1786 in Wellgate Park & Breadhaugh being parts of Innerdivot, parish of St Phillans on disp by John Lyon of Kinnaird, 1 Apr 1786. Pr. 36.156John Lyon to Thomas Just19 Dec 1786161, 162
1789.02290Robert Lindsay, son of James Earl of Balcarres, seised 20 Jul 1789 - half of Samfoord & salmon fishing in River Tay called Broadheugh, barony Naughton - on ch. by Alexander Duncan of St Fort, 20 Apr 1789St Fort (Alexander Duncan) to Robert Lindsay1 Aug 1789
1789.02407John Berry of Bogie & Inverdovat seised 17 Nov 1789 the tenandry of Inverdovat under exceptions; pts of Causewayhead, & salmon fishings in Tay - under burden of £14000 to John Lyon of Kinnaird - on ch resig. G. S. 20 Dec 1788to John Berry22 Dec 1789211, …
1790.02527half of St Fort1790
1790.02619St Fort to Robert StewartSt Fort to Robert Stewart1790
1790.02620St Fort to Robert StewartSt Fort to Robert Stewart1790
1790.02622St Fort to Robert StewartSt Fort to Robert Stewart1790
1791.02818Alexander Syme of Woodhaven seised 11 March 1791 in Flasshill called Harlawshiels; Woodhaven with port & harbour thereof; & salmon fishings in Tay under burden of £200 to spouse Alison Gray on disp by said William Syme 21 Jun 1787William Syme to Alexander Syme7 May 1791
1791.30010St Fort - liferent annuity to spouseliferent annuity to spouse1791
1795.04273Ann Lumsden, relict of Peter Kid, merchant, Dundee, seised 22 Aug 1795 the 3 mills of Seamills of Inverdivot; pts of Inverdivot; & park called Woodmuir Park of Inverdivot - in security of £800 on bond & disp by William Gordon, vintner, Dundee. 16 May 1795. GR.547.102loan by Ann Lumsden27 Aug 1795
1795.04276Scotscraig - incl. Craighead, Newport, Waterstonebrook, Pluck-the-Craw, the Holls, … etc31 Aug 1795
1800.05640John Berry, Tayfield gets resig ad rem 18 Jul 1800 of an acre of land with the houses thereon on the S side of the water of Tay on proc resig in disp by Agnes Rae daughter of James Rae, vintner, Woodhaven, 7 Nov 1796. Pr.51.369Agnes Rae to Berry21 Jul 1800
1800.05642William Berry, Tayfield seised in Inverdovat or Lighton's Lands on ch resig G. S. 5 Jul 1800to William Berry21 Jul 1800
1800.05723Trs of Ann Lumsden, relict of Peter Kid, merchant, Dundee, seised 11 Oct 1800 in the 3 mills of Seamills of Inverdivot; pts of Inverdivot; & park called Woodmuir Park of Inverdivot - in security of £800 on bond & disp by William Gordon, vintner, Dundee to said Ann Lumsden, 16 May 1795 - on disp & settlement by her 20 Jun 1799 (see 4273). GR.624.46Ann Lumsden loan to Trs23 Oct 1800
1801.05994Half of St Fort to Archibald Campbell StewartSt Fort to Archibald Campbell Stewart1801
1802.06288John Stein sen of Kennetpans seised 21 Sep 1802 a pce grnd at Newport on feu ch by John Hay of Newport, consent of Sophia Kincaldie, his mother. PR.53.499John Hay to John Stein sen4 Nov 1802188
1803.06406William Dalgleish younger of Scotscraig gets ren 24 Jan 1803 by Thomas Just feuar & mason in Justfield in ground of Causewayhead - of a servitude of casting, winning & away taking of peats out of Meikle & Little Craigmyres being parts of Causewayhead, parish of Forgan. Pr.54.215Scotscraig gets ren of servitude by Thomas Just10 Mar 1803
1803.06515William Gordon of Woodhaven gets resig ad rem 5 Jul 1803 of Flasshill called Harlowshiels & salmon fishing in Tay belonging thereto; town & lands of Woodhaven & harbour thereof & salmon fishings in Tay; on proc resig by himself 5 Jul 1803to William Gordon8 Jul 1803
1803.06516William Gordon as heir to William Gordon late of Woodhaven, his father, seised 5 Jul 1803 in Flasshill called Harlowshiels & salmon fishing in Tay belonging thereto; town & lands of Woodhaven & harbour; & salmon & other fishings in Tay under burden of £400, £1400 & £3300 on disp by Alexander Syme late of Woodhaven to William Gordon sen, 8 Nov 1794, & ret gen serv 18 Jan 1803Alexander Syme to William Gordon sen to William Gordon jun8 Jul 1803
1803.06578William Gordon of Woodhaven, son & heir of William Gordon of Woodhaven, gets ren 27 Sep 1803 by Alexander Syme, late of Woodhaven now merchant London, of Flasshill called Harlowshiels & others & of £700, part of £3300 in disp by Alexander Syme to William Gordon sen 8 Nov 1794 (see 6516)part of Alexander Syme loan repaid28 Sep 1803
1803.06583Thomas Just, feuar & mason, Causeyhead as heir to David Just, feuar there, his father, seised 18 Aug 1803 in a portion of land called The Holles or Justfield on the east side of Causeyhead & Innerdovat; and 2 riggs or butts of the lands of Causeyhead, with a piece of land in lieu of servitude of pasturage, etc, on the lands of Causeyhead, & teinds, parish of Forgan on pr cl con by William Dalgleish younger of Scotscraig, 11 Mar 1803. Pr.56.33Scotscraig to Thomas Just7 Oct 1803166
1803.06608William Gordon of Woodhaven, son & heir of William Gordon of Woodhaven, gets ren 25 Oct 1803 by surviving tr of Anne Lumsdaine, relict of Peter Kid merchant Dundee, of 2 acres grnd & a field called Woodmuir Park, being pts of Inverdovat; & of £800 in bond & disp by said William Gordon sen to said Anne Lumsdaine 16 May 1795 - restricting the security to the 3 mills of Seamilns of Inverdovat, & others (see 5723)part of Ann Lumsdaine loan repaid14 Nov 1803
1803.06624Alexander Syme of Woodhaven, son of William Syme of Woodhaven, gets ren 26 May 1792 by tutors & curators of John Syme, son of William Syme, of Harlawshiells & Woodhaven & of £200 in disp & settlement by said William Syme 12 Jun 1787 (see 2818)Trs John Syme loan repaid1 Dec 1803
1803.06625Alexander Syme of Woodhaven, son of William Syme of Woodhaven, gets ren 26 May 1792 by William Gordon, vintner Dundee & spouse Susan Syme, of Harlawshiels & Woodhaven & of a provision to said Susan Syme of £200 in disp & settl by William Syme 12 Jun 1787 (see 6624)William Gordon & Susan Gordon / Syme provision repaid1 Dec 1803
1803.06626Alexander Syme, merchant London gets ren 21 Nov 1803 by his sister Anne Syme daughter of William Syme of Woodhaven, of Flasshill called Harlowshiells & others & of £200 in disp & settl by William Syme 12 Jun 1787 (see 6625)Anne Syme loan repaid1 Dec 1803
1803.06637Archibald Campbell Stewart of St Fort seised 3 Dec 1803 in Flasshill called Harlowshiels with salmon fishing in Tay belonging thereto; town & lands of Woodhaven & harbour thereof & salmon & other fishings in Tay; Park or field of Woodmuir, pt of Inverdovat with salmon fishings to W of Newport Pier; & 2 acres of Inverdovat … under burden of (1) £400 in bond by William Gordon, late of Woodhaven, to Alison Greig relict of William Syme of Woodhaven liferent, & Alexander Syme merchant Dundee now London in fee, 8 Nov 1794; (2) £2600 (balance of £3300) bond by William Gordon to Alexander Syme, 8 Nov 1794; (3) £1400 in bond by Alexander Syme to William Dingwall of Bruckley 2 Nov 1791; on disp by William Gordon Woodhaven & others, 16 / 18 Nov 1803 (see 6578)William Gordon & others to Archibald Campbell Stewart, St Fort17 Dec 1803
1806.07459John Hay formerly at Newport now at Woodmuirhouse seised 25 June 1806 pts of tenandry of Inverdovat with the toft & coat houses to the eastward of the King's highway leading to Newport (except the hill above the cottar town of Inverdovat, whole of North Common as enclosed with the Loaning leading thereto, piece of ground formerly part of John Hay's feu, & ground called Youngsdale, piece of ground called the Toftlaw, & the unlaboured land on the Kiln Burn stripe), parish of Forgan … in security of £3600 - on bond & disp by John Berry, Tayfield & William Berry, WS, his son. 10 & 11 June 1806. GR757.19loan by John Hay3 Jul 1806210
1807.07650John Berry of Tayfield gets resig ad rem of town & lands of Newport consisting of 5 acres; 1.5 acres of land at Inverdovat; barren ground between the King's Highway on S & R Tay on N including the rock opposite to said lands of Newport, & rocks & lands within the flood mark opposite Newport, & piers & harbours built thereon … on proc resig in disp by Suffia Kirkaldie, relict of John Hay of Newport, & John Hay their son, Sept 17, 1806Suffia Kirkaldie & John Hay to Berry12 Mar 1807
1807.07651John Berry of Tayfield gets resig ad rem of the 3 mills of Sea Mills of Inverdovat with the Den & Den lands & lands, houses & yards, being parts of Inverdovat under burden of £800 in bond & disp by William Gordon of Woodhaven to Anne Lumsdaine, relict of Peter Kid, merchant, Dundee May 16, 1795 .. On proc resig in disp by William Gordon son of said William Gordon 25 Oct 1803. (see 6608) GR779.222William Gordon to Berry12 Mar 1807
1810.08583John Rogers farmer Northfield, heir to John Rogers formerly shoemaker Dundee his father, seised field of land of old called North Common, pt of Inverdovat, with salmon & other fishings in Tay on pr cl con by John Berry, Tayfield, Nov 1809Tayfield to John Rogers8 Jan 1810209
1810.08703Thomas Kerr, Grange, Monifieth seised pts of Tenandry of Innerdovat in security of £3600 in bond & disp by John Berry & William Berry to John Hay residing Woodmuirhouse Jun 1806 - on disp & assig by him 15 May 1810. (see 7459)Hay loan transferred to Thomas Kerr23 May 1810210
1812.09443Henry Wedderburn of Wedderburn & Birkhill as heir to Alexander Wedderburn, his brother, seised … Mains of Birkhill …; Wormet with the Mill & Milllands thereof, & salmon fishings of Wormei called Longcraig; & 7 acres of land contiguous to said Mill of Wormet, pt of Dominical lands of Naughton, barony of Naughton - on ch resid G S to said Alexander Wedderburn Jun 1806; disp & taillie by him May 1803, & ret gen serv Sep 1811Alexander Wedderburn to Henry Wedderburn18 May 1812
1813.09778David Kerr, Grange, Monifieth as heir to Thomas Kerr his father, seised pts of Tenandry of Inverdovat in security £3600 in bond & disp by John & William Berry to John Hay at Woodmuir House Jun 1806 - on ch conf & pr cl con by John Berry Dec 1812 (see 8703)Thomas Kerr loan transferred to David Kerr1 May 1813210
1813.09912George Just, mason, Tayside by Woodhaven, seised 18 Sep 1813 square pce grnd & ho t/on pt of Wellgate Park in lands of Inverdovat - on disp by Thomas Just of Justfield, Fife, his father, 10 Apr 1812.Thomas Just to George Just23 Sep 181387
1814.10026George Johnston, farmer, Little Inch, Balmerino seised 22 Dec 1813 square pce grnd & ho t/on pt of Wellgate Park in lands of Inverdovat -in security of £120 on bond & disp by George Just, mason, Tayside by Woodhaven, 10 Dec 1813loan by George Johnston21 Jan 181487
1815.10426Trs of late James Douglas of Edenside, Major E I Co Serv on the Bombay Establishment, seised … Scotscraig … Sandyhills … pts of land of Innerdivot commonly called town & land of Causeyhead & Laverocklaw, town & lands of Den of St Foord, lands of Craighead, a field & pce of grnd on S side of R Tay called Fish House land cut & inclosed by a wall & ditch possessed by John Morrison innkeeper Newport of Dundee, 6 rigs of land on E side of said Newport, the houses & yards of the skippers, & the ho, land & yd in the Newport of Dundee, the lands of Waterston Crook, that grnd with the crofts & yards at the side of the Dundee Waterside, houses & yds on E side of said Newport, 1.5 acres of land called the Holls - pt of the lands of Causeyhead, & pce of grnd called Pluck-the-Craw, with the common pasture on N & S sides or pts of the Commons of Innerdivot & Sclatesmuir, with the salmon fishings belonging to the said lands called Greenside; an annualrent corresponding to £1000 Scots, payable from the said lands of Innerdivot; other pts of Innerdivot & Bank thereof, with pt of the large common; … in security of £2000 - on bond by William Dalgleish, Scotscraig & James Heriot of Ramornie WS, Dec 1814.loan to William Dalgleish & James Heriot by Trs James Douglas18 Jan 1815166 & others
1815.10726George Greenlaw of Baldastard seised … Scotscraig … Sandyhills … pts of lands of Innerdivot called Laverocklaw otherwise a carucate of land in Fluirs & Croft of Innerdivot; 3 acres land in the Fluirs, & croft in village of Innerdivot; the 10 merk lands of Innerdivot called Frynlaws lands; & the 6 acres of land in town of Innerdivot; pts of Innerdivot & Bank thereof; & pt of the great common - on feu disp by William Dalgleish, Scotscraig. Jun 1815.William Dalgleish, Scotscraig to George Greenlaw7 Sep 1815
1815.10730George Scott, tailor, Seggieden in Friartown, heir to John Scott, tailor at Reusberry in the grnd of Friartown, thereafter at Seggieden, his father, sesied a pendicle of lands of Over Friartown called Seggieden & houses & yards thereof - on ch conf & pr cl con by Archibald Campbell Stewart of Castlestewart & Saint Ford, consent of his curators, June 1814, Apr 1815St Fort to George Scott9 Sep 1815172
1816.11059William Dalgleish, Scotscraig seised … Scotscraig … Sandyhills … pts of lands of Innerdivot called Laverocklaw otherwise a carucate of land in Fluirs & Croft of Innerdivot; 3 acres land in the Fluirs, & croft in village of Innerdivot; the 10 merk lands of Innerdivot called Frynlaws lands; & the 6 acres of land in town of Innerdivot; pts of Innerdivot & Bank thereof; & pt of the great common - on disp by George Greenlaw of Baldastard WS.George Greenlaw to William Dalgleish, Scotscraig15 May 1816
1816.11236John Berry, Tayfield, purchaser & William Berry, his son, cautioner, get ren by Tr Anne Lumsdaine / Lumsden relict of Peter Kidd, merchant, Dundee - of the 3 mills of Seamills of Inverdivot & others, & of £800 in bond & disp by William Gordon, vintner, Dundee to said Anne Lumsdaine, 16 May 1795 (see 7651)Anne Lumsden loan repaid5 Oct 1816
1817.11404… loan by Hugh Hay, Morton to Jean Hay, relict of John Hay, Morton … secured over entailed lands & estate of Morton, parish of Forgan (see v2, 393)loan by Hugh Hay24 Mar 1817220
1817.11408John Watt of Meathie seised … Scotscraig … Sandyhills … pts of lands of Innerdivot called Laverocklaw otherwise a carucate of land in Fluirs & Croft of Innerdivot; 3 acres land in the Fluirs, & croft in village of Innerdivot; the 10 merk lands of Innerdivot called Frynlaws lands; & the 6 acres of land in town of Innerdivot; pts of Innerdivot & Bank thereof; & pt of the great common - in security of £1600 on bond & disp by William Dalgleish, Scotscraig, Jan 1817.loan by John Watt29 Mar 1817
1817.11478Capt Thomas Kidd late of E I Country Service now residing Westfield near Dundee seised … Scotscraig … Sandyhills … pts of lands of Innerdivot called Laverocklaw otherwise a carucate of land in Fluirs & Croft of Innerdivot; 3 acres land in the Fluirs, & croft in village of Innerdivot; the 10 merk lands of Innerdivot called Frynlaws lands; & the 6 acres of land in town of Innerdivot; pts of Innerdivot & Bank thereof; & pt of the great common; an annualrent corresponding to £1000 in bond by Alexander Nairne of St Foord to David Bonthron in Fawfield upliftable furth of said lands of Innerdivot; … in security of £1200 on bond & disp by William Dalgleish & James Heriotloan by Capt Thomas Kidd26 May 1817

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Abbreviations in the notes
t/on - thereon;   t/p - turnpike;   dw - dwelling;   ho - house;   pt - part;   pce - piece;   grnd - ground;   bldg - building;   Tr/Trs - Trustee/Trustees;   ... - words omitted;   pol - poles;   yd - square yards;   : - bounded

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