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TITLE
Will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor), Balquidder (2 of 2)
EXTERNAL ID
Z_CC000600005_000024_00126
DATE OF IMAGE
1735
PERIOD
1730s
SOURCE
Scottish Archive Network
ASSET ID
2497
KEYWORDS
Rob Roy MacGregor
Balquhidder
Perthshire
wills
SCAN wills
Will of Robert Roy Campbell (Rob Roy MacGregor), Balquidder (2 of 2)

This is the will of Robert 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'.

'Kine estimate at Six pound Scots pr. piece Inde Twelve pound Item
Two old Kine with a Stirk estimate at Six pounds thirteen shilling
And four pennies Scots per piece Inde Thirteen pound Six shilling
and eight pennies Item Two forrow Kine with a Stirk estimate
at Seven pound Six Shilling and eight pennies Scots oer piece Inde fourteen
pound Thirteen Shilling and four pennies Item Two Six quarters old
queys estimate at Two pound thirteen Shilling and four pennies Scots
per piece Inde five pound Six Shilling and eight pennies Item a ten
quarter year old quey estimate at Three pound Item thirteen Ews
and one Ram estimate at fourteen pound It[em] seven hoggs estimate
at three pound ten shilling It[em] fourteen Goats with a Buck estimate
at Twenty pound It[em] eight Minchaks estimate at four pounds
Item Ane Old Mair with a filly estimate to eight pound It[em] two
horses estimate to thirty pound It[em] a Blind horse estimate to One
pound ten shilling It[em] Two Bolls of Gray Corn with the Straw
estimate to ten pound It[em] the Key estimate to Twelve pound It[em]
the Saddle and Armes estimate with the Bridle Twenty four pound
It[em] Betwixt his body Cloaths and heall house plenishing estimate to
eighty four pound Six Shilling and eight pennies.

Item The said Defunct had Justly addebted and resting to him the
time foresaid of his decease By Alexander Mcfarlane in Coreitlet the
Sum of One hundred pounds Scots money and whole annualrents thereof
as a part of the sum of Six hundred merks Scots money principal
Specified in a Bond Granted by him to the said Defunct therein
Designed Robert Campbell of Innerfuait Dated the Twenty eight
day of November and ---------------------- day of -------------------
-------- One thousand seven hundred and seven years.

Summa'

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

1730s

Rob Roy MacGregor; Balquhidder; Perthshire; wills; SCAN wills

Scottish Archive Network

SCAN Wills

This is the will of Robert 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 /> 'Kine estimate at Six pound Scots pr. piece Inde Twelve pound Item<br /> Two old Kine with a Stirk estimate at Six pounds thirteen shilling<br /> And four pennies Scots per piece Inde Thirteen pound Six shilling<br /> and eight pennies Item Two forrow Kine with a Stirk estimate<br /> at Seven pound Six Shilling and eight pennies Scots oer piece Inde fourteen<br /> pound Thirteen Shilling and four pennies Item Two Six quarters old<br /> queys estimate at Two pound thirteen Shilling and four pennies Scots<br /> per piece Inde five pound Six Shilling and eight pennies Item a ten<br /> quarter year old quey estimate at Three pound Item thirteen Ews<br /> and one Ram estimate at fourteen pound It[em] seven hoggs estimate<br /> at three pound ten shilling It[em] fourteen Goats with a Buck estimate<br /> at Twenty pound It[em] eight Minchaks estimate at four pounds<br /> Item Ane Old Mair with a filly estimate to eight pound It[em] two<br /> horses estimate to thirty pound It[em] a Blind horse estimate to One<br /> pound ten shilling It[em] Two Bolls of Gray Corn with the Straw<br /> estimate to ten pound It[em] the Key estimate to Twelve pound It[em]<br /> the Saddle and Armes estimate with the Bridle Twenty four pound<br /> It[em] Betwixt his body Cloaths and heall house plenishing estimate to<br /> eighty four pound Six Shilling and eight pennies.<br /> <br /> Item The said Defunct had Justly addebted and resting to him the<br /> time foresaid of his decease By Alexander Mcfarlane in Coreitlet the<br /> Sum of One hundred pounds Scots money and whole annualrents thereof<br /> as a part of the sum of Six hundred merks Scots money principal<br /> Specified in a Bond Granted by him to the said Defunct therein<br /> Designed Robert Campbell of Innerfuait Dated the Twenty eight<br /> day of November and ---------------------- day of -------------------<br /> -------- One thousand seven hundred and seven years.<br /> <br /> Summa'