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TITLE
Deficient Feu Duties, 1751 (Pages 1 & 4)
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_2003_040_1
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
DATE OF IMAGE
25 May 1751
PERIOD
1750s
SOURCE
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
ASSET ID
1017
KEYWORDS
manuscripts
burgh accounts
Deficient Feu Duties, 1751 (Pages 1 & 4)

In this document dated 25 May 1751, Baillie John Mackintosh, late treasurer of Inverness, lists an account of the 'Deficient Feu Duties' in his period of office from Michaelmas 1740 to Michaelmas 1742.

Included in the list of debtors for non payment of feu duties is: William Stiven, shoemaker; Jasper Cuthbert, for his tenement in the east end of town; James Porteous Taylor, for a tenement in Church Street; John Clark, merchant; Thomas Alves, for a rood in Church Street; Donald Hendry, weaver; Angus Campbell, cooper; Margaret Fowler, for her tenement at Bridgend; Lillias Noble, for a rood west of the River Ness; John MacBean, writer; Laird of Grant, for fishing on the River Ness; a Dempster for the heirs of Alex Dunbar (a dempster was the officer of a court, who pronounced doom or sentence definitively, as directed by the clerk or judge); and the Laird of Culloden, for a kiln on the west of the River Ness.

The total amount of debt is three hundred and eighty one pounds and fifteen shillings, Scots money.

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Deficient Feu Duties, 1751 (Pages 1 & 4)

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

1750s

manuscripts; burgh accounts;

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

Inverness Burgh Treasurer's Accounts: Outstanding Debts

In this document dated 25 May 1751, Baillie John Mackintosh, late treasurer of Inverness, lists an account of the 'Deficient Feu Duties' in his period of office from Michaelmas 1740 to Michaelmas 1742.<br /> <br /> Included in the list of debtors for non payment of feu duties is: William Stiven, shoemaker; Jasper Cuthbert, for his tenement in the east end of town; James Porteous Taylor, for a tenement in Church Street; John Clark, merchant; Thomas Alves, for a rood in Church Street; Donald Hendry, weaver; Angus Campbell, cooper; Margaret Fowler, for her tenement at Bridgend; Lillias Noble, for a rood west of the River Ness; John MacBean, writer; Laird of Grant, for fishing on the River Ness; a Dempster for the heirs of Alex Dunbar (a dempster was the officer of a court, who pronounced doom or sentence definitively, as directed by the clerk or judge); and the Laird of Culloden, for a kiln on the west of the River Ness.<br /> <br /> The total amount of debt is three hundred and eighty one pounds and fifteen shillings, Scots money.<br /> <br /> The image shows pages one and four of the document.