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TITLE
Will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor), Balquidder (1 of 2)
EXTERNAL ID
Z_CC000600005_000024_00125
DATE OF IMAGE
1735
PERIOD
1730s
CREATOR
Robert Roy Campbell (Robert Roy MacGregor)
SOURCE
Scottish Archive Network
ASSET ID
2496
KEYWORDS
Rob Roy MacGregor
Balquidder
Perthshire
wills
SCAN wills
Will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor), Balquidder (1 of 2)

This is the will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor) 1735, kindly supplied by the Scottish Archive Network (SCAN).

Rob Roy MacGregor (1671 - 1734) is renowned in Highland folklore as a cattle raider and for his battles with the Duke of Montrose. He is buried in the churchyard of Balquhidder in Perthshire.

His estate consisted in a large part of cattle, not least 'Two Tydie Cows'.

'The Testament Dative and Inventary
of the goods gear cattle Household plenishing and others which
pertained to the Deceast Robert Roy Campbell in Innerlochlang
beg within the parish of Balquhidder and Commissariot of Dun
-blane the time of Decease which was in the Moneth of December
last Faithfully made and given up by Mary Mcgrigor alias
Campbell the Defuncts Spouse only Executrix Dative Decerned
as Credetrix to her said Deceas'd husband For payment and
Satisfaction to her of the sum of four hundred and thirty six
pounds ten shillings and four pennies Scots money Expended and
Deburs'd by her on the Defuncts funerals and for Masters rent,
and Servants fees and for medicaments and other Necessaries fur
-nished during his Sickness Conform to a particular Accompt
and Several Instructions thereof produced Whereon she made
faith as use is As also for payment of the expences of Confir
-mation hereof By Decreet of the Commissary principal of the
said Commissariot as the samen of the date of these pre-
-sents in itself more fully Bears
There was pertaining and belonging to the Said Defunct the time
of his decease forsaid the goods gear and others aftermentioned of the
values after express'd According as the Samen were valued in Virtue
of the said Commissarys warrant Vizt. Imprimis Two Tydie Cows
at eight pound Scots per piece Inde Sixteen pound Item Two Yeald'

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Will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor), Balquidder (1 of 2)

1730s

Rob Roy MacGregor; Balquidder; Perthshire; wills; SCAN wills

Scottish Archive Network

SCAN Wills

This is the will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor) 1735, kindly supplied by the Scottish Archive Network (SCAN).<br /> <br /> Rob Roy MacGregor (1671 - 1734) is renowned in Highland folklore as a cattle raider and for his battles with the Duke of Montrose. He is buried in the churchyard of Balquhidder in Perthshire.<br /> <br /> His estate consisted in a large part of cattle, not least 'Two Tydie Cows'.<br /> <br /> 'The Testament Dative and Inventary<br /> of the goods gear cattle Household plenishing and others which<br /> pertained to the Deceast Robert Roy Campbell in Innerlochlang<br /> beg within the parish of Balquhidder and Commissariot of Dun<br /> -blane the time of Decease which was in the Moneth of December<br /> last Faithfully made and given up by Mary Mcgrigor alias<br /> Campbell the Defuncts Spouse only Executrix Dative Decerned<br /> as Credetrix to her said Deceas'd husband For payment and<br /> Satisfaction to her of the sum of four hundred and thirty six<br /> pounds ten shillings and four pennies Scots money Expended and<br /> Deburs'd by her on the Defuncts funerals and for Masters rent,<br /> and Servants fees and for medicaments and other Necessaries fur<br /> -nished during his Sickness Conform to a particular Accompt<br /> and Several Instructions thereof produced Whereon she made<br /> faith as use is As also for payment of the expences of Confir<br /> -mation hereof By Decreet of the Commissary principal of the<br /> said Commissariot as the samen of the date of these pre-<br /> -sents in itself more fully Bears<br /> There was pertaining and belonging to the Said Defunct the time<br /> of his decease forsaid the goods gear and others aftermentioned of the<br /> values after express'd According as the Samen were valued in Virtue<br /> of the said Commissarys warrant Vizt. Imprimis Two Tydie Cows<br /> at eight pound Scots per piece Inde Sixteen pound Item Two Yeald'