(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Illustrations of the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff"

Google 



This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project 

to make the world's books discoverable online. 

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject 

to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books 

are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. 

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the 

publisher to a library and finally to you. 

Usage guidelines 

Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Public domain books belong to the 
public and we are merely their custodians. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing tliis resource, we liave taken steps to 
prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. 
We also ask that you: 

+ Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for 
personal, non-commercial purposes. 

+ Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine 
translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the 
use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. 

+ Maintain attributionTht GoogXt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find 
additional materials through Google Book Search. Please do not remove it. 

+ Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just 
because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other 
countries. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of 
any specific book is allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner 
anywhere in the world. Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. 

About Google Book Search 

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Google Book Search helps readers 
discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web 

at |http: //books .google .com/I 



a- 



'"\J 



ANTIQUITIES 



OK THE SlIIRES OV 



ABERDEEN AND BANFF. 



r. h ^>QH>.^uA. . ••:• *- »-. " n,^ '^ ... «p.^ *-j^ 



ILLUSTRATIONS 



OF THE 



TOrOGKAPHY AND ANTIQUITreS 



OF THE SHIRES OF 



ABERDEEN AND BANFF. 



niK lIHS'l' VoliUMK 



• •• 



• • •• 



• .• . . '. • • 



• • 



• • 



• • 



ABERDEEN: 
PIUNTF.I) V0\{ THK SPAIiDlNO Cl-UH 

MDCCCLXIX. 






67 7J25 



ABKKDKKN : PRINTED HY AllTUril KIXQ ANr> lOilPAXY, 



• • • • • • •» 

• « • ■ • • 






Crtie ^iialtilng: Cluti^ 



DECEMBER, MDCCCLXIX. 



PRESIDENT. 

THE DUKE OF EICHMOND. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 



THE EARL OF KINTOEE. 
THE EARL OF SEAFIELD. 



THE EARL OF ABERDEEN. 
THE LORD LINDSAY. 



LORD SALTOUN. 



THE COUNCIL. 



John Angus, City Clerk, Aberdeen. 

Sir James H. Burnstt, Baronet. 

John Hill Burton, LL.D., Advocate, Edin- 
burgh . 

Charles Chalmers, of Monkshill. 

James T. Gibson Craio, W.S. 

Archibald Davidson, Sheriff of Midlothian. 

Charles Elphinstone Dalrymple, of Kinncl- 
lar Lodge. 

M. E. Grant Duff, of Eden, M.P. 

The Right Rev. A. Penrose Forbes, D.C.L., 
Dundee. 

Sir James D. H. Elphinstone, Baronet. 

The Earl of Erkol. 

A. W. Franks, British Museum. 

James Giles, R.S.A., Aberdeen. 

William Cosmo Gordon, of Fyvie. 

George Grub, LL.D., Advocate, Aberdeen. 



Cosmo Innes, Advocate, Edinburgh. 

Alex. F. Irvine, of Drum. 

The Right Rev. James Kyle, D.D., Preshome 

(deceased). 
D. Laino, Esq., LL.D., Signet Library. 
Alexander Morison, of Bognie. 
Colonel Forbes Leslie, of Rothie. 
William Leslie, of Warthill. 
Cluny Macpherson, of Cluny. 
Lord Neaves. 
John Ramsay, of Barra. 
Professor Scott, Aberdeen University. 
Professor Sir J. Y. Simpson, Bart., Edinburgh. 
The Earl of Southesr. 
The Rev. Alex. Taylor, D.D., Leochel-Cush- 

nie. 
George Tulloch, LL.D., Aberdeen. 
John Webster, Advocate, Aberdeen. 



SECRETARY. 

JOHN STUART, LL.D., Gononil Register House, Edinburgh. 



TREASURER. 



JOHN LIGERTWOOD, Advocate, Aberdeen. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



The Editor's Preface, 



PAGI. 



Note, --.-... buci 



Index op Places, 



Index of Persons, ..---- 71 



THE EDITOR'S PREFACE. 



Is the year 1843, a volume of " Collections for a History of the 
Shires of Abertleen and Banff," edited by Mr. Joseph Robertson, 
was printed by the Spalding Clnb, at the expense of the Earl of 
Aberdeen. Of that volume, the editor remarked in his preface — 
" However crude or unsatisfying the contents of the following 
" sheets may appear to those who are accustomed to the more 
" copious and elaborate ' County Histories ' of England, so ranch 
" has a useful and not unpleasing field of literature been neglected 
" in the northern part of the island, that, perhaps, the present is 
" the most extensive collection of materials which has yet issued 
" from the press to illustrate the antiquities and topograpbv of any 
" Scottish Shire." 

The " Collections " formed only a portion of the materials 
available for the illustration of the history of the two counties. 
The Report by the Council of the Club to the eighth annual general 
meeting of the members, held on the 22il of December, 1846, 
contains the following passage : — " A Volume of Illustrations of 
" the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen and 
" Banff, edited by Joseph Robertson, Esquire, has been for some 
" time at press, and but for accidental circumstances which 
" hindered the printer from fulfilling his engagement, would have 
" been 6ni8hed before this period. It will be issued early in the 



ii PEEFACE. 

" year 1847. The materials placed at the editor's disposal, chiefly 
" from the charter-rooms of ancient families within the two counties, 
" have so far exceeded expectations, that it has been found neces- 
" sary to divide the work into tliree volumes. The second of these, 
'■ containing the beginning of the text, will appear first ; the third, 
" giving the couclnsion of the text, the appendix, and a copious 
" index (as well to this work as to the Collections for a History of 
" the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff), will appear nest; and the 
" first Yolnme, occupied with a lengthened preface, and its docu- 
" mentary illnstrations, will be delivered last of all." The volume 
first referred to in the foregoing extract appeared in 1847 ; another 
volume, conducted through the press by Mr. Francis Shaw, under 
the editorial superintendence of Mr. Robertson, was published in 
1857; and an additional volume, edited by Mr. Robertson, was 
pubUsbed in 1862. The three volumes, in conformity with the 
plan above indicated, are called in the title pages, the second, third. 
and fourth volumes of the Illustrations, The extent of the work- 
bad exceeded the editor's original anticipations, and ho was never 
able to prepare the Preface, which, with its documentary illus- 
trations, was to have formed the first volume in name, and the 
last in the order of pubhcation. 

At the Annual Meeting of the Club in December, 1866, which 
took place soon after Mr. Robertson's lamented decease, the writer 
of these pages was requested to prepare a Preface to the Collections 
and Illustration B, containing a biographical notice of the Editor. 



Joseph Robertson, the oidy eon of Joseph Robertson and 
Christian Leslie, was bom in the Woolmanhill, Aberdeen, on the 



PREFACE. iii 

17th day of May, 1810. The fatlier, who was descended from a 
family which for generations had resided in the parish of Leochel, 
carried on a small mercantile businesa in Aberdeen, where he died 
in the year 1816, His son, and his only other child, a daughter, 
now the wife of Mr. M'Comhie, of the Free Press, Aberdeen, were 
left dependent for support on the exertions of their mother, who 
through her indusLry and economy was enabled to bring them np 
reBpectably. Joseph was sent to the school of Udny, tlien enjoying 
a high reputation under the toaching of Dr. Bisset. From Udny 
he went to the Grammar School of Aberdeen, and from thence to 
Marischal College. At these various institutions, hia reputation 
as a scholar appears not to have been much above the average, 
but hia high spirit and affectionate disposition won for him the 
liking of his fellow-students and the respect of hia masters. Dr. 
Bisset continues to flpeak ofhim with the utmost warmth of regard; 
and Robertson never referred to his early teacher witliont expres- 
sions of gratitude and esteem. 

When aboiTt sixteen years of age, Robertson entered the office 
of Mr. James Simpson, Advocate in Aberdeen, with the view of 
following out the law as a profession. Mr. Simpson, one of the 
best provincial lawyers of his day, was also a man of good literary 
taste and acquirements, and his apprentice imitated him in the 
latter rather than in the former character; Robertson's most 
intimate associate at that time was Mr. John Hill Burton, then 
also a law student in Aberdeen, and the friendship thus begun 
continued during life. It was in the latter period of his apprentice- 
ship that I became acquainted with him, meeting him frequently 
during our leisure hours, which in those days were pretty ample, 



IT PREFACE. 

and joining with him in the debates of an association of young 
men of the legal profession known as the Society of Writers. At 
the meetings of this body he was a regular attender, and spoke on 
almost eveiy subject with great fluency, and with a fulness and 
accuracy of information for which he was even then remarkable. 

When the discussions on the Reform Bill began, Robertson 
gave up his other professional pursuits, and threw himself with 
enthusiasm into the contest ; writing pamphlets, and taking a 
leading part in the local struggles. Like most of the educated 
young men in Aberdeen at that time, he was an ardent Tory, but 
his Toryism differed as much from that of the elderly citizens who 
professed what had then become an unpopular creed, as it did 
firom the opinions of the rising Liberal party. It was chiefly 
derived from a careful study of the writings of Coleridge and 
Wordsworth, and an ardent admiration for the poema and 
romances of Scott. His pohticaJ principles, though modified in 
Bome points, were never changed. 

He continued to cultivate the literary studies to which he had 
now resolved to devote himself, and paid particular attention to 
Scottish history and antiqaities. The first number of a monthly 
periodical, under the name of The Aberdeen Magazine, was pub- 
lished in January, 1831, by Mr. Lewis Smith, and the work was 
continued for two years. Eobertson was not the pi-ojector of the 
work, nor, strictly speaking, its editor, but his contributions were 
more numerous and important than those of any other person. 
I have been favoured with the perusal of a copy of the Magazine, 
in which he bad entered the names of all the contributors opposite 
their articles in the index. A whole generation has elapsed since 



PREFACE. T 

that time, and (he names of the other writers can now excite little 
intereat; His own contributions are the following, taken in the 
order of tlie index : — in the first volume, A Tale of the Broadgate ; 
A Day among the Hills ; Aberdeen Worthies ; Demonology : 
Deeside ; The Foreign Quarterly Review ; Horace Smith and the 
National Library ; Ivan Vejeghen ; Logan on the Celts ; Letters Ut 
Certain Persons ; Lochlee ; The Old Scottish Ballads ; Parallel 
Passages; Stray Thoughts; Saint Andrews; The Gazetteers versus 
Aberdeen ; The Last of the Pights : and in the second volume, 
Aberdeen Worthies ; A Page Omitted in Historical Parallels ; A 
Few Words from a Tory in Answer to a Classical Reformer ; Dee- 
side; Dr. Browne on the Highlands; Facetise Aberdonenses ; 
Horse Antiquarise ; Mysticism of Modern Poetry; Nugae Nico- 
tiaiiBB ; Remarks on Some Recent Writers on Scottish History ; 
Singular Ghost Story. 

Several of these articles show learning and abihty beyond what 
are generally found in magazines of higher reputation, while in 
some — that on Demonology for instance — an extent of miscel- 
laneous reading appears, which is astonishing in a writer not 
more than twenty-two years of age. His taste for Scottish his- 
torical antiquities, and the knowledge he had already acquired on 
that subject, are indicated by the papers on Logan and Browne, and 
the remarks on writers on Scottish History. Other ai-ticles show 
that tlie author's occupations were not entirely of a sedentaij 
character. The papers on Deeside markau intimate acqunintance 
with the topography and scenery of the Aberdeenshire Highlands, 
that could only have been acquired in those long pedestrian 
joumies for which he was remarkable in his early days, and which 



vi PREFACE. 

be retained a liking for to the very last. At this period also, he 
was a frequent contributor, chiefly intlie shape of literarj- criticism, 
to the Aberdeen Observer, a newspaper of which liis friend the late 
Mr. William Duncan was one of the editors. 

In 1831, Mr. Lewis Smith published a " Guide to the High- 
limda of Deeside, by James Brown." The work is noticed in 
Robertaon's article on Deeside in the Aberdeen Magazine of 
June, 1831, and a ludicrous comparison is made between its 
merits and those of a " Tour on the Banks of the Dee" by Alex- 
ander Laing, which thus concludefl: — "Honesty compels us to 
" recommend Mr. Brown's httle book as the best ; it ia much 
" more intelligible, nioi-e comprehensive, more amusing, and more 
*' useful. Mr. Laing's volumes are not by any means to be sneezed 
'' at, but neither are they at all comparable to Mr. Brown's. 
" If the reader chooses, of course he may buy both ; but if he be 
" to purchase one only, let him pay his shilling for a copy of the 
" ' Guide to the Deeside Highlands,' which we pronounce to be 
" the model of a guide-book." This praise was well deserved, 
though Robertson, like a greater Scotsman on one occasion, was 
here reviewing his own work. The nominal author was at that 
time the driver of a car on Deeside, and afterwards was keeper of 
the Greyfriars' Churchyard, Edinburgh. I understand that sub- 
sequently to Robertson's decease he claimed the work as his own. 
The true state of matters is thus explained by Mr. Smith in his 
preface to the edition of 1868, — " Since this edition of the Deeside 
'* Guide went to the press, the reputed author, James Brown, has 
" passed away, and the publisher feels that now when he alone is 
" left to tell the tale, it may be interesting to know who actually 



PREFACE. ni 

' were engaged in getting up the little work. Brown wae the infor- 
" mant of the real author, the late Joseph Robertson, who, in his 
*' early days amused himself writing the Guide in the quaint 
" mamier of Brown — the greater part of it being written in the 
" schoolmaster's house at Ballater. . . . The Guide was also 
" indebted to the late John Ferres, Advocate, for the ' Letters 
" from Panninich,' first puhUshed in the Aberdeen Censor, and to 
" the late Wilham Duncan for the ' Baron of Pitfoddels." ' 

In the year 1833, Robertson went to Edinburgh, and found 
literary emplojTnent of Tarious kinds, chiefly in connection witli 
the pubhcations of Oliver and Boyd. Their " Cabinet Library" was 
then in progress, and for that collection, it has generally been 
stated that he ^\Tote a volume which appeared in 1830, entitled 
" An Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe, 
and of the Progress of Discovery in the Pacific Ocean, from the 
voyage of Magellan to the death of Cook." This, however, is 
incorrect. He was not the author of the volume, but he bestowed 
considerable time and labour in preparing it for the press. The 
work was to have been completed by a second part, and in 1843 
there was published, in the same collection, a volmne containing' 
" Voyages round the World, from the death of Captain Cook to the 
present time, &c.," but Robertson was not in any way connected 
with it. The fifth volume of the Cabinet Library contained " The 
Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier." A third 
edition of that volume, which was published in 1837, was revised and 
annotated by Robertson. 

In 1839, he wrote, or rather compiled, a httle volume whicli 
was pnbhshed at London in the following year, under the title 



Tiii PREFACE. 

" DeliciBB LiterariiB, a new volume of Table Talk." In his address 
to the Reader, he says, " The novelty and interest of collections 
" of this kind must, in a great measnre, depend on the course and 
■' extent of the author's reading ; the present compiler has at least 
" endeavoured to avoid the more common sources from which famous 
" writers of Ana have gathered their materials. That he has often 
" drawn from fountains of Scottish history and literature, will not, 
" he trusts, be deemed a fault by those into whose hands his work 
" is most Ukely to fall." 

Much more important is " The Book of Bon-Accord, or a 
Guide to the City of Aberdeen," which was published at Aberdeen 
in 1839. This volume gives, in a condensed form, a portion of 
the collections which he had been making for years regarding the 
history and topography of his native city. No Scottish burgh has 
been described with eijual wit, learning, and ability. There is 
only one drawback, but it is a serious one. The work is incom- 
plete, a second and concluding volume, which was to have followed, 
never having appeared. Among the most interesting parts of the 
book, are the biographical notices of distinguished Aberdonians. 

In 1839, and soon after the publication of the work last 
mentioned, he left Edinburgh and returned to Aberdeen, on bis 
being appointed editor of The Constitutional, a weekly newspaper 
which had been established some years before, for the maintenance 
of Conservative principles. He discharged bis editorial duties 
with the same faithfulness and ability which he showed in more 
congenial laboui-s, but he looked out for the means of occupying 
his leisure hours in what was to become his peculiar vocation. 
Before the end of the year, he had, in conjunction with his friend 



PREFACE. ix 

Mr. John Stnart, planned and carried out the formation of a 
society for promoting in the north-eastern counties of Scotland 
those objects which the Bannatjne and Maitland Clubs were 
accompHshing in the south. Such was the commencement of the 
Spalding Club. 

The first work issued by the club was a " Histoiy of Scots 
Affairs from 1637 to 1641, by James Gordon, Parson of Rothie- 
may," which was printed in three volumes In 1841, under the joint 
editorship of Robertson and myself In those early days of 
youthful hope it was a sufBcient inducement to me to engage in 
the work, tliat my name was to be associated with his. The book 
itself is the impartial and accurate, though somewhat tedious 
narrative of four years of one of the most important periods in 
Scottish history. The notes are of great value as illnstrating that 
period, and have been a storehouse of materials to sabseqoent 
writers. This I may say quite freely, as my own share in them 
was very small. 

As already mentioned, Robertson, in 1843, edited for the 
Spalding Club the volume of Collections on the Shires of Aberdeen 
and Banff, and in 1847, 1857, and 1862, the three volumes of 
Illustrations. In 1859 he edited for the club " Passages from the 
Diaiy of General Patrick Gordon, of Auchleuchries." Gordon was 
one of the most distinguished of those Scottish soldiers of fortune 
whose names were long better known on the Continent than in 
the land of their birth. His miUtary skill was of a very high 
order, and he regretted that it had not been employed in the 
service of the last king of the house of Stewart, to whom he was 
attached by the tie of a common religion. As his editor remarke, 



X PREFACE. 

" We may well believe that the hand which crushed the Strelitzea 
" would have been heavy on the Cameronians ; it may be that 
" the walls of Deny would have fallen before the conqueror of 
" Asof ; and the ready counsel and daring acts which twice saved 
" the throne of Peter the Great, might have upheld the mle even 
" of King James the Second." Robertson did as much as could 
be done for the Diary, but the work was not so interesting aa he 
probably anticipated when he undertook the task. Gordon did 
not use the pen bo effectively as he had wielded the sword. In 
the fifth volume of the Miscellany of the Spalding Clnh, which was 
published in 1852, Robertson wrote a treatise full of the most 
curious historical and ecclesiastical learning " On Scholastic OflSees 
in the Scottish Church in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries." 

His time at Aberdeen was usefully occupied in the manner 
which has been mentioned, and was cheered by the society of 
several valued friends besides those already named. Among them 
few held a higher place in his esteem and affection than the late 
Mr. John Dunn, Advocate, and Mr. Ligertwood, now Sheriff- 
Clerk of Aberdeenshire. But he knew that he was fitted for 
better employment, and he was not sorry to avail himself of what 
seemed a step in that direction when he was requested to accept 
the editorship of another Conservative newspaper — the Glasgow 
Constitutional. He removed to Glasgow in ly43 to enter on his 
new appointment, and on the 17th of July m that year was 
married to Anne, daughter of Mr. John Lanham, formerly of the 
Wilts and Dorset Bank. 

Robertson's labours at Glasgow were much the same as at Aber- 
deen, but they were better remunerated, and lightened by the 



PBEPACE. » 

happineas of domestic Bociety. His newspaper was carcfnlly and 
successfully edited, and the Book Clubs gave constant occupation 
to his leisure hours. His life was a busy and cheerful one, and he 
particularly enjoyed those portions of the year, which he was able 
to spend at a pleasant residence in Argyleshire. 

He had not been long settled in the western metropolis, before 
the Muitland Club availed itself of hie services. In 1846, be 
edited a volume for that Society, containing the chartulary of the 
Collegiate Church of St. Mary and St. Anne in Glasgow, and the 
Charters of the Black Friars of Glasgow, The documents contained 
in the volume were printed with his usual scrupulous accuracy. 
The preface, a long and interesting one, shewed hJs thorough 
knowledge, not only of the mere technicalities of old charters, but 
of the ancient ecclesiastical history of Scotland. It was the first 
of hie writings which indicated this knowledge, and on that account 
deserves special notice. It is divided into two parts, the first 
referring to the Collegiate Church, the second to the Black Friars. 
In the first part, the account of the Church of St. Mary and St. 
Anne throws the most distinct light on the general constitu- 
tion and objects of Collegiate Churches for secular clergy. A care- 
ful study of it would prevent those absurd mistakes, which writers, 
otherwise well-informed, still occasionally make regarding sucli 
institutions, confounding them with the houses of the monastic 
orders. It was one of Robertson's peculiarities, that he seldom 
came across any curious historical incident or character, without 
stopping to tell his readers all that he knew, so far as it never had 
been told before. This was sometimes carried to excess, but few 
iintiquaries vrill be disposed to risit the transgression with heavy 



xii PREFACE. 

censure. An illustration is affonlcd by two notes in this part of 
the preface to his Glasgow volume, one explaining the history of 
St Kentigem, the other, that of the Saint's mother, St. Thenaw. 
A brief quotation from the latter may be given. After mentioning that 
the street, now so well known as the Trongate, was anciently called 
St. Thenaw's Gate, from a chapel dedicated to her, and situated 
near its western exU-emity, he adds, " St. Thenaw's chapel sur- 
" vived the year 1597, and some traces of it were to be found so 
" recently as the beginning of the last century. Wodrow records 
" that it was then called ' Saint Tennoch's ;' a name which, in the 
" months of a people more famihar with the prophets of the ante- 
" diluvian world, than with tbe saints of the dark ages, was in no 
" long time changed into that of ' Saint Enoch,' now given to a 
" church and square, not far fi-om the site of the edifice which 
" marked the resting place of the royal matron who gave birth to the 
" Apostle of Cumbria." The second part of the preface is still 
more valuable. It illustrates not only the history of the Black 
Friars of Glasgow, but that of the order generally throughout 
Scotland. This narrative is as unique as it is interesting. No 
similar account has yet been given of the Scottish monasteries of the 
Franciscan and Carmelite orders. I doubt whether any one is cap- 
able of doing for them what has here been done for the Dominicans. 
Robertson edited the first part of the fourth volume of the 
Miscellany of the Maitland Club, which waspubhshed in 1847. It 
contains a number of documents illustrated with his usual erudition. 
His tendency to enlarge on the subject before him — to give what 
Fuller calls "the preface of a mile to bring in a furlong of matter," 
is indicated by one of tbe articles in this volume. It is a letter of 



PREFACE. riU 

Archbishop Leighton's resigning the see of Glasgow, and is printed 
in three lines, while the editor's notice of it extends to four pages. 
He was also selected by the Maitland Club to edit the Kecords of 
the University of Glasgow. The general outline of the work was 
planned by him, and a portion of the first Tolume was printed under 
his superintendence. About the same time, he assisted in preparing 
a part of the first volume of the Origines Parochiales Scoti®. 

His character as a scholar and as an antiquary was now estab- 
lished, and he was requested by Mr. Lockhart to write an article 
for the Quarterly Review on the architectural antiquities of Scotland. 
He complied with the request, and the result was one of the best- 
known of his writings — the paper on Scottish Abbeys and Ca- 
thedrals, which appeared in the Qtiarterly Review for June 1849. 
On this article, as he himself then infonnedme, he bestowed much 
time and labour. No one, at all acquainted with the subject, can 
read it without seeing that this must have been the case, but the 
toil was well bestowed. It is one of the finest specimens of its 
class, and, uuUke many papers on similar subjects, its st^le 
is as beautiful and appropriate as its matter is interesting and 
Taluable, Commencing with a brief description of the earliest 
ecclesiastical buildings in Scotland, it proceeds to examine more 
minutely the structures which arose after the accession of David I, 
The author dwells with particular pleasure on the Cathedral of the 
aty, where he was now residing. Its traditional connection with 
St. Ninian and St. Kentigem, its historical associations with 
Robert Bruce and James the Fourth, the unseemly disputes of the 
Scottish primates for precedency, the equally unseemly riots after 
the Reformation, the discussions of the famous Assembly of 1638, 



riv PREFACE. 

all pass in review. The following are the concluding sentences : 
— " Glasgow echoed the universal deUght which hailed the Resto- 
" ration. Yet amid that joyous tumult, a voice was heard from the 
" depths of her cathedral crypt, prophesying woe and lamentations — 
' ' Caigill, the rugged coufessor of a relentless covenant, sparing not 
" to denounce the faithless king even on the first oak-apple day of 
" his reign. A few years pass, and in the choir above, the low 
" sweet voice of Leighton is heard in those angelic strains of elo- 
" qttence and devotion which haunted the memory of his hearers 
" to their dying day. A few years more, and the Cathedral is 
" beset by a surging crowd of Cameronians — fanatic wanderers from 
" the hills, whose wrath will not tarry for the slow retribution of the 
" law, but who are there, at their own hand, to purge the temple 
" of God of ' the prelatical intruders,' as ' dumb dogs,' 'Erastians, 
" ' schismatics,' ' covenant-breakers,' and ' soul murderers." Yet a 
" few years more, and probably from the pulpits of the minster, as 
** certainly from other pulpits in the town, the people are stirred 
" up to armed tumult against that union with England which 
" has* made their little burgh a great and wealthy city, and covered 
" their river with the trade of nations. And now, ' last scene of all,' 
" after centuries of neglect, the breaches of St. Kentigern's vene- 
" rable High Church have been repaired, and its decayed places 
" raised up, — it is swept and garnished — those western portals so 
" long closed, are thrown open. Who, in these days of sudden 
" and marvellous mutations, shall say for what or for whom they 
" wait?" 

In the summer of 1849, having been appointed editor of the 
Edinburgh Evening CouTant, he was once more a resident in the 



PREFACE. XT 

Scottish metropolis, and in the immediate neighbourhood of Mr. 
Cosmo Innes, Mr. Burton, and many other friends. "We have the 
best evidence of the manner in which ho discharged his new duties 
in an article in the Courant written soon after his decease. " He 
" was chosen out of many candidates for the office of editor of this 
" journal, which bad been in commission since the death of Mr. 
" David Buchanan in 1847. During this virtual interregnum, the 
" Courant had begun to lose somewhat of ita old prestige, but on 
" the accession of Mr. Robertson its prosperity was immediately 
" restored, and was year by year enhanced during his able manage- 
*' ment." The remuneration which he now received was very 
good, but the labour was also great, and in 1853 be exchanged bis 
editorial appointment for the office of Searcher of Records for 
Uterary purposes, or, as it was afterwards more appropriately named, 
Curator of the Historical Department in the Register House at 
Edinburgh. His labours here were very inadequately remunerated, 
but in other respects the situation was most agreeable, and 
gave him pi-ecisely that sort of work which during many yeais 
he had longed for. Speaking of him in an interesting note 
in the fourth volume of bis History of Scotland, Mr. Burton 
remarks, " Of the kind of work in which his strength lay, he had 
■' that early presentiment, so often the companion of true genius. 
' Rummaging among old letters, I find signal evidence of 
' this. He wrote to me on the 7th of August, ] 833, saying, ' The 
' ' ultima Thule of my desires would be a situation in the Register 
' ' House.' Then, diverging into other plans and possibilities, he 
' comes back in the end to the same point, ' My desires are 
' 'toward the Register House, and about January I shall make a 



xn PREFACE. 

*' ' set upon it ; and, if unsuceessfol, then consider what is to be 
" 'done next.' Hehadto wait jast twenty years for the fnlfilment 
" of this dream," 

The arrangement of the records under his charge occupied for 
some years the greater part of his time, but his leisure, as before, 
was devoted to antiquities and literature, and to the calls which 
were almost daily made upon him for assistance to those engaged 
in similar pursuits. It was not from Scotland alone that he had 
BUch calls; some of the moat distinguished scholars of England, 
Ireland, and Fi-ance, were in frequent conmmnication with him. 
He wrote various papers, chiefly for archasological journals, and 
contributed an interesting series of articles to Chambers's Eu. 
eycJopBedia. Through the kindness of Dr. Findlater, I am able to 
Bubjoin a complete list of the Encyclopiedia articles. They are 
the following; — Arehgeology; Bajan or Bejan; Bajimont's Roll; 
Bannatjne Club; Bartizan; BeehiTe Houses; Bell, Book, and 
Candle; Bestiaires ; Booths, Merchants; Boots or Bootikins; 
Branks; Brehon Laws ; Brets, Law of; Bronze Period of History; 
Burghs Eoyal; Burgh of Barony and Regality; Bylaw; Cairns; 
Celt ; Charters, Royal ; Chartulary ; Chasuble ; Clog Almanac ; 
Columba, St.; Columban, St. ; Contractions; Courthand; Cran- 
noges; Cromlech; Cniitlme ; Cnldces ; Cumyn, Family of; 
Currach ; Cuthbert, St. ; Cuthbert of Jarrow; Cuthbert of Canter- 
bury ; Cyclopean Architecture ; Dalaradia ; Dalriada ; Date ; 
David I.: Deir, Book of; Diplomatics; Dolmen; Domesday 
Book; Douglas, Family of; Drowning; Eadmer of Canterbury ; 
Earth Houses; Eccleslology ; Elf Arrowheads; Fillan, St. ; Flint 
Implements and Weapons; Fools, Feast of; Fordun, John of; 




PREFACE. xvii 

Gordon, Family of; Gordon, Patrick; Hamilton, Family of; 
Harlflw, Battle of ; Harry, Blind; Holyrood; Homildon ; Inch- 
colm ; Inchkeith; lona ; John O'Groats; Jougs; Keith, Family 
of; Kelso; Leslie, Family of; Lindsay, Sir David; Macheth; 
Maiden; Mary Stewart; Melrose; Mungo, St.; Oghams; Orien- 
tation; Ossiaii ; Palaeography; Picts Houses. The eontributioDB 
to the Eiicyclopffidia would probably have been continued iarther, 
but hia energies, during the last years of his life, were chiefly 
bestowed on the planning and cari-ying-out an important scheme, 
to be immediately mentioned, in connection with the recwda 
under his charge. 

In his busiest hours he alwavs found time to give assistance 
wherever the calls of duty or friendship seemed to require it. He 
was a zealous member of the Episcopal Church, and during the 
dispules which took place ia that Communion in 1858, and the 
two following years, his aid and advice were eagerly sought and 
warmly appreciated. It is enough to mention here, that his coun- 
sels were those of moderation and peace. When tranquillity was 
restored, and application was made to Parliament to abohsh the 
last remnant of the restrictions which had been imposed upon 
EpiscopaUnns in Scotland, on account of their attachment to the 
House of Stewart, the information and assistance which he gave 
materially contributed to the successful result in tlie passing of the 
Act of 1864. In April of that year, he received the degree of 
Doctor of Laws from the University of Edinburgh ; the honour 
being conferred at the same time on Mr. David Laing and Mr. 
Burton. 

The scheme above alluded to may now be explained. In June 



xviii PREFACE. 

1864, Sir William Gibson-Craig, Lord-Clerk Register of Scotland, 
requested tlie attention of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the 
expediency of making the records under hia charge generally 
available, by printing a series of Calendars and Chronicles similar 
to the English eeries printed under the direction of the Master of 
the Rolls. In order that the Chancellor might be fully informed 
on the subject, Sir William submitted to him a Memorandum 
drawn up by Robertson. The proposal was afterwards laid before 
the Lords of the Treasury, and after considerable delay, the 
exertions of the Clerk Register were finally successful. A Parlia- 
mentary grant was made towards the expense of the contemplated 
pubhcations, and Robertson's salary was raised to a sum which 
made the emoluments of his office more commensurate with the 
duties devolved upon him. 

The Calendars suggested by Robertson were tlie following: — 
A Calendar of State Papers of the reign of King James TV. 
1488-1513; of the reign of King James V. 1513-1542; of the 
reign of Queen Mary 1542-1567 ; of the reign of King James VI. 
1567-1620 ; of the reign of King Charles L 1625-1649 ; of the 
reign of King Charles II. 1649-1685 ; of the reign of King 
James VII. 1685-1689 ; of the reign of King William II. and Queen 
Mary 11. 1689-1702; and of the reign of Queen Anne 1702-1707 ; 
and a Calendar of the Register of the Great Seal of Scotland 
1424-1707. There were also suggested Photozincographic Fac- 
similes of some of the most important Scottish Historical docn- 
ments, and the publication of various Chronicles and Memorials. 
Among those who were to take part in the proposed series were 
the Duke of Argyle, Lord Lindsay, Sir William Stirling-Maxwell, 



J 



PREFACE. xix 

Sir Jamea Simpson, Mr. Cosmo Iimca, Mr. David Laing, Mr. 
William Skene, and Mr. Burton. 

The earliest of the volumes which have since appeared, contnins 
the Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, and other early Memorials 
of Scottish history, and the editor, Mr. Sltene, refera in the 
preface to the advantages he had, throughout the greater part of 
the work, in Eohertson's ready and valnahle assistance. The next 
volume was the first part of Facsimiles of National Manuscripts of 
Scotland, edited hy Mr. Innes. In an introductory note, the Lord- 
Clerk Register says : — " I intrusted the selection of the documents 
" to the late Dr. Joseph Robertson, Curator of the Historical De- 
" partmeut of the Register House, and the greatest Record scholar 
" in Scotland ; and as that most learned and excellent man died 
" just as the last of these manuscripts had been photographed, I 
'* desire to associate hia name with a work in which he took so deep 
*' an interest, that he was occupied upon it on his death-bed, and 
" almost to the last hour of his life." 

While at Aberdeen and afterwards, he had worked for the Spald- 
ing Club, while at Glasgow for the Maitland Club ; at Edinburgh 
his services were equally available for the Bannatyne Club. In 1863 
he edited for the last mentioned Society the Catalogues of the 
Jewels, Dresses, Furniture, Books, and Paintings of Mary Queen 
of Scots. These Inventories are printed from the originala, 
and are full of interest to the antiquary. Still more valuable to 
the historical enquirer is the Editor's Preface, extending over a 
hundred pages and upwards. This preface, enriched with the most 
copious notes, illustrates the history of almost every person and 
event of any importance connected with the reign of Mary. 



XX PEEFACE. 

Its accuracy is as remarkable as its learning ; and its impartiality, 
on a subject so exciting, and which recently has been treated with 
more tlian usual bitterness and exaggeration, is equally praise- 
worthy. The investigations, of which the result is given in some 
of the notes, must have cost the labour of days or weeks. It was 
one of his characteristics that he was never satisfied so long as 
any thing remained to be ascertained on the subject of his in- 
quu-ies. And this was carried so far as to become a fault. 

An example of the minute care wliich he bestowed on this pre- 
&ce, and an illustration of his general habits which cauie under 
my own notice, may be referred to. He wished to find out whether 
John Leslie, Abbot of Lindores and Bishop of Koss, had been 
consecrated to luR Scottish see, or whether his consecration had 
taken place after he left Scotland. In June, 1862, Robertson 
wrote to me — "I raise these doubts because having had occasion to 
" look into his history in connection with Queen Mary, I find the 
" following facts : — 

" 1. 'Joannes commendatarius de Lundoris ' sits in the Privy 
" Council on the 11th of April, 1506." 

" 2. ' Joannes epiacopus Bossensis' sits in the Privy Council on 
"the 15th of April, 1566. 

"3. In a deed upon record, dated at Edinburgh on the 12th of 
" March, 1566-7, that is 1567, Bishop Leshe designing himself 
" 'Joannes eleetua ecclesite Rossensis," in the body of the deed, 
" designates himself ' Joannes episcopus Bossensis,' and is styled 
" by the officer who records the deed, ' Bishop of Ross.' 

"But if he was only elect of Ross on 12th March 1567, was 
" it hkely that he was consecrated in Scotland before the Queen's 



PfiEPACE. xxi 

" abdicatibn in June, 1567 ? And if not congecrated before June, 
'* 1667, was it likely that he was consecrated in Scotland at allV 
" Performance of masa was regarded as criminal even from 1560, 
" much more from the act of 20th December, 1567, ratifying the 
" questionable act of 1560. 

" I should be sorry to think that it would give you as much 
" trouble to solve these difficulties, as it cost me to discover who it 
'' was that was called ' I'evesque de lenders ' by the Queen. She 
" writes a bad hand, and her ' lenders ' was read ' venders ' 
" and ' tenders ' by myself and others, till a happy inspuntion 
" revealed the true reading of ' Lindores ' to me." 

I was unable to give him any information on the point, and the 
result of his inquiries is stated in a note to the Preface, in wliich 
he says that " Leshe would seem never to have been consecrated 
to the see of Ross," Both of us had overlooked a familiar authority 
— Thomas lunes's Critical Essay, vol. i. p. 291, where it is ex- 
pressly mentioned that Leslie was consecrated at Rome, while in 
exile from Scotland. 

The notes to his Preface throw light on several of the disputed 
points connected with Darnley's murder. His intimate acquaintance, 
not only with the history of the period, but with minute points of 
genealogy, was here of good service, and enabled him to correct mis- 
takes which had established themselves as portions of the ordinary 
narratives. One instance may be given. It is well known that 
Mary left Darnley's chamber at Ivirk of Field on the night of the 
murder to attend a mpsqne at Hulyrood, in honour of the nuptials 
of her French servant Bastian. Almost all writers on the sub- 
ject, including Malcolm Laing on one side, and Miss Strickland 



«ii PREFACE. 

on the otlier, assume that Bastian was married to Margaret 
Garwood, a female bed-chamber woman of the Qneen ; and " some 
" scandal and more romance have been bnilt upon an assaraption 
" which a closer scratiny would have shown to be groundlees." 
Koberlson puts the matter right by giving the names of Bastian's 
wife and Margaret Garwood's husband, and the tme date of the 
marriage of the latter. His intimate acquaintance witli the history 
of the period enables him to discover personal or family predi- 
lections which have escaped the attention of others. Thus he con- 
nects Buchanan's zeal in the cause of Damley with the circumstance 
that the historian was born a liegeman of the House of Lennox, 
and he notices the still more curious fact that Knox had a sort of 
sympathy with Bothwell, in consequence of his ancestors having 
been vassals of the Hepbums. Some may not agree with the 
opinions expressed or intlicated in the Preface ; no one probably 
will question the correctness of the facts. 

In describing the treasures of the Queen's Library, Eobertson 
was expatiating on a subject with which he had long been familiar; 
but it may seem marvellous how he contrived to find his way among 
the mazes of the mitndus muliebris of the royal wardrobe and 
jewellery. The difficulty is so far explained by the fact, that in 
this part of his labonrB, in connection with the French Liventories, 
he availed himself of the assistance of his wife. 

It had long been his wish to edit a collection of the Scottish 
Canons. In August 1845, when the Spottiswoode Society had be- 
gun its useful labonrs, he wrote to me from Glasgow: — "I think 
" that perhaps the most essentially useful work which the Spottis- 
" woode could take in band would be a collection of the ancient and 



PREFACE. xxiii 

" modem statutes and canons of the Scottish Church, This is a 
" work which I should like to try my hand on ; but I am not in 
" commmiication with any of the Spottiswoode Council." What 
he had then contemplated, ho now in the full maturity of his 
powers accomplished for the Bannatyne Club ; but it was God's 
will that witli it his work should cease. The book appeared in 
two volumes in the end of the year 1866, under the title — " Con- 
" ciha Scotiss — Ecelesiffi Scoticanae Statuta, tarn Provincialia qaara 
Synodalia, qute supersunt, 1225-1559." 

It is almost impossible to speak too highly of this work. The 
labours of previous writers had t.o some extent prepared the way for 
it. Thomas Innes in his Critical Essay had given a brief account 
of the Scottish Councils. The ancient canons of the thirteenth 
century, and those of the important Provincial Comicils held 
immediately before the Beformation, had been inserted in Wil- 
kins' Concilia, tlirough the instrumentality of Innes and Rud- 
diman. Lord Hailes had reprinted the thirteenth century canons 
with careful notes, and in hia Historical Memorials had supplied 
a fuller and more correct accoimt of the Councils than that con- 
tained in the Critical Essay. Mr. Cosmo Innes, in the various 
Chartularies edited hy him, and particularly in the Chartularj- of 
Aberdeen, had given additional materials and information. From 
these and other available sources, I had attempted in my Ecclesi- 
astical History of Scotland to give a correct list of the Councils, 
and to explain the nature of the most important canons enacted 
by them. But Robertson's volumes do more than any of his 
predecessors had even contemplated. The first contains his Pre- 
face, which is really a historj- of Scottish Conncils, illustrated with 



xxiv PREFACE. 

that carious learning and rare accuracy in which he had no equal 
among hia eontemporarieg. In the second volnme, the text of 
the Canons is printed from a laborious collation of all tho existing 
manuEcripts, No work of equal importance and merit has yet 
appeared in connection with our ecclesiastical history in the 
thirteenth and three following centuries. In the value of the 
materials, Father Augustine Theiner's " Vetera Monumenta 
Hibemomm et Scotonim" comes nearest; but the priest of the 
Oratory is as inferior in accuracy and erudition as he is in judgment 
and good taste. 

The scholar will study the various canons and constitutions of 
the Scottish Church from the middle of the thirteenth century to 
the tenth of April, 1559, when the Bishops and Clergy agreed to 
meet again on Septuagesima Sunday, 1560, little anticipating 
what waa to happen before that day came. The ordinary reader 
will peruse with more interest the introductory narrative of the first 
volume. Commencing with a sketch of tlie early Celtic Synods, 
and an account of the conferences held by St. Margaret with the 
Scottish clergy, it proceeds to give full details of the Councils held 
after the accession of David I. These Councils, in consequence of 
there being no Metropolitan in Northern Britain, were held under 
the direct authority of the Pope, acting through his Legates. From 
the date of the Bull of Honorius III in 1225, the Clergy were 
authorised to meet in Provincial Council, without the presence of 
a Legate, and under the presidency of one of their own Bishops, 
who bore tlie title of Conservator. This system continued till the 
establishment of the archiepiscopal and metropolitan see of St. 
Andrews in the nign of James III. The persons who met in these 



PREFACE. 



Bynodfl were at first the bishops, abbots, and priora, afterwarda the 
representatives of the fhaptcrs and mendicant orders, and finally 
those of the parochial clergy. The old Scottish S3mod, with its 
elective President, its annual meeting, its limited number of sit- 
tings, and the practical control of the temporal power, bore some 
resemblance to the General Assembly of the Established Church in 
the present day. 

The account which Robertson gives of the Councils immediately 
preceding the Uefonuation, shows in a more authentic and im- 
partial form thim is elsewhere to be found, the real causes of the 
ecclesiastical changes which then took place. The chief of these — 
the ignorance and wickedness of the ecclesiastics — is dwelt upon 
witli great but not undeserved severity. Were any justification re- 
quired of his remarks, it would be found in the language used by 
the most learned of his predecessors^ the zealous Roman Cathohc 
priest, Thomas Innea. 

The Preface is not confined to its immediate subject — the his- 
toiy of Councils. Its author, as his manner was, expatiates in 
his text, and still more in his ample notes, on every point of in- 
terest referred to in the documents before him. Thus we have 
an account of the ceremonies practised at the inauguration of the 
Kings of the Scots ; of the ancient Taxations of Scottish benefices ; 
of the mission to Scotland of Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, after- 
wards Pope Pius n. ; of the institution of Parochial Registers ; of 
the negotiations of Queen Mary at the Roman Court ; and of the 
Culdees, specially those of St. Andrews. The accuracy of his 
statements, and the minuteness with which they are verified by a 
reference to authorities, can be appreciated at their true worth only 



if 



xxn PREFACE. 

by those who have had occaBion to examine them with something 
of his own spirit. A few mistakes in the text are corrected by 
himself, and there is probably not a single one of any consequence 
which is not so noticed. One nnimportant error into which he was 
led by a wrong reading in Theiner — the reference to a Bishop of 
Oxford in the thirteenth century — has been pointed out by me in 
another place. 

The date of the Preface to the Concilia Scotise is the 26th of 
June, 1866, To all outward appearance, he was then in possession 
of the health and vigour which he had long enjoyed. The active 
habits of his early yputh had been to some extent interrupted by 
the sedentary occupations and hard work of his manhood, but he 
always deUghted to resume them when a brief holiday enabled him 
to enjoy the pleasures of a country life. At various times he resided 
during the autumn at Dunoon, at North Berwick, and at Aberdour 
in Fifeshire, and all who had the happiness of spending a few days 
with him od such occasions, must have seen how thoroughly he 
enjoyed himself. To those who sympathised with his favourite 
pursuits, nothing was more dehghtful than to accompany him and 
the members of his family in a visit to some ruined Church or 
Castle, and to hear from his lips, as few but he could tell, its 
architectural pecuharities, and all that histoiy or legend had 
preserved regarding it. He was uniformly cheerful, and his 
cheerfulness was the reward of constant work and time well spent. 
A text of the Book of Ecclesiasticus which he sometimes quoted 
might have been appUed to himself; — -"To labour and to be 
content with that a man hath is a sweet life." During the 
busy portion of his latter years, he preserved his health, which 



PKEFACE. xxvii 

otherwise might have given way, by occasional walks of consider- 
able length. In the summer months he frequently attended 
divine service on Sundays at Dalkeith or the restored chapel of 
Koslyn, and his chosen companion in these journeys was Mr. Irvine 
of Drum. 

In the autumn of 1866 he became aware of some disease in his 
throat. The ailment at first seemed to be trifling, but the difficulty 
which he experienced in swallowing his food gradually increased, 
and was accompanied with general debility. By the advice of his 
physician, he went to Callander, in Perthshire, with his family. 
He had been there for a short time, and was beginning to recruit 
his strength, when he was visited with a sad calamity. His eldest 
son was thrown down by a railway truck, and died twelve hours 
afterwards. The father's loss miiy best be told in his own words, 
brief and simple as usual with him, written to me on the day of 
the funeral : — " If God had been pleased to spare him to us, he 
" would have been a pretty fellow. He was a good affectionate boy, 
" was improving very rapidly, growing more thoughtful, and show- 
" ing studious tastes for art and natural science. It is a heavy 
" heavy blow, but God's will be done." 

After some time, Robertson was apparently so far recovered as 
to be again at work in his well-known apartment in the Register 
House. I saw him there for the last time in the middle of October, 
and found him resigned and oven choerfiJ. But the disease, which 
proved to he malignant tumour in the stomach, again made itself 
felt in an aggravated form. The last letter I had from him was 
written on the 24th of November. It contained some historical 
inquiries, and the handwriting showed no appearance of decaying 



iiTiii PREFACE. 

strength. Of himself he merely mentioned that be bad again been 
ill, and was mending but slowly. 

Immediately after this he was confined to bed. All that medi- 
cal skiU could suggest was done, but it became evident that hia 
end was approaching. He received the information with Christian 
calmness and courage, and gave directions to his friends as to the 
settlement of his worldly affairs, and to the associates in his laboors 
as to the hterary work in which he was engaged. The proYision 
he had been able to make for his family wsis sufficiently scanty, and 
it could not have been otlierwise, considering the narrowness of 
hia income. Had it pleased God to prolong his bfe, the higher 
salary recently conferred upon bim would have been amply sufficient 
for his needs. It was probably to diis he alluded, when he said on his 
deathbed, " I have steered my bark for a fair harbour, and found 
myself wrecked at the eatrance " During his last illness he was 
frequently visited by bis friend the Bishop of Brechin. In accord- 
ance with the directions in the Book of Common Prayer, he expressed 
bis belief in the Articles of the Creed and a true repentance for his 
past sins, and received the Holy Communion of the body and blood 
of his Saviour. 

He died on the 13tb of December, and was buried in the Dean 
Cemeter}'. His surviving family were his wife, two sons, and two 
daughters, the elder of whom was nuuried to Mr Hodson, Surgeon, 
at Ingatestone, in Essex. 

The slender means which he left rendered it necessary to sell his 
select and valuable Library. The books of a literary man generally 
throw hght on his character, and this was peculiarly the case with 
Robertson. The printed catalugut; not only lets us see what were 



PREFACE. xxix 

hia favourite studies, but shows also that his books were not the 
mere ornameuts of his dwelling, but the nocessaiy implements of 
his vocation. The Hbrary contained upwards of two thousand 
volumes — no great number in the estimation of a wealthy collector — 
but thev were the careful gatherings of a hfetime. The sale occu- 
pied four days, and tlie amount realised was about £800. It may 
be allowable and interesting iii the Preface to an antiquarian Club 
Book, to mention the names and prices of some of the principal 
works connected with Scottish history and antiquities, and they 
may best be taken in their alphabetical order. The Chartolary of 
Aberbrothock was sold for £1 ISs ; the Breviary of Aberdeen for 
£S 3s ; the Chartulary of St. Andrews for £2 6s ; the Missal of 
Arbuthnott for i;l 9a ; the Book of Bon-Aecord for ^1 14s ; 
Chalmers's Caledonia for £12 ; Dugdale's Monasticon Angli- 
cannm for A'16 I69; the Muniments of the University of Glasgow 
for £2 14s ; (Jrub'a Ecclesiastical History of Scotland for £1 ISs ; 
Jamieson's edition of the Bruce and Wallace for £5; Lanigan's 
Ecclesiastical Histoiy of Ireland for £1 IGs ; Lord Lindsay's Lives 
of the Lindsays for £2 ; Queen Mary's Inventories for £3 3s; the 
Chartulary of Paisley for £10 ISs ; Petrie's Ecclesiastical Architec- 
ture of Ireland for £1 128 ; Pinkerton's Vitse Antiqure Sanctorum 
in Scotia for £6 ; Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland for £5 15s ; 
Origines Parochiales Scotise for £3 12s ; Concilia Scotiie for £6 ; 
a set of the Spalding Club volumes for £27 ; a set of the Surtees 
Society volumes for £22 Is ; Wyntown's Chronicle of Scotland for 
£3 7s 6d. 

In the end of the year 1867, the Queen, on the recommendation 
of the Earl of Derby, granted a pension of £100 to Mrs Kobertaon 



not PREFACE. 

" in consideration of the services of her husband to literature gene- 
" rally; and especially in the illustration of the ancient history of 
" Scotland." 

Robertson's character in private and domestic life was amiable 
and exemplary. No one was more beloved by his friends, and 
although his opinions were at times strongly expressed, he probably 
had not a single enemy. His political principles, from first to last, 
were those of tlie Tory party, but they had nothing in them of 
bitterness or bigotry. The attentive readers of hia works will dis- 
cover that, like most persons connected with the northern province 
where he was bom and educated, he had considerable sympathy 
with the cause of the White Rose. His religious convictions were 
deep and sincere — more so than perhaps they seemed to some of 
his associates. It was not his wont to make a display of them in 
any case, nor even to allude to them in ordinaiy conversation. In 
this he had a full share of that reserve which is — or at least was — 
a characteriBtio of the Church to which he belonged. 

From his boyhood he had been a hard student, especially in 
relation to his favourite pursuits. In regard to the history of the 
various races which inhabited Scotland, he might almost have ap- 
pUed to himself what Gibbon said of his knowledge of the Eastern 
nations, that before he was sixteen he had exhausted all that 
could be learned in the English language. As be grew np, he 
acquired a competent knowledge of Latin and French. The extent 
of his reading on all subjects connected with Scottish history and 
antiquities was very great, as any one may see who glances over 
the notes in his Inventories or Concilia. In his latter days, the 
books which he perused were chiefly those bearing on his anti- 



PKEFACE. Mxi 

quarian studies, but it was otherwise ia his youth and early man- 
hood. The whole field of English hterature was familiar to him ; 
and his acquaintance with the poets and early dramatists in par- 
ticular was as cxtensivG as his taste was refined and correct. 

Few will dispute Robertson's pre-eminent rank among Scottish 
antiquaries. Of his predeceasoi-a, tlie foremost names are those 
of Thomas Innes, Lord Hailes, Pinkerton, and Chalmers. Equal 
to Pinkerton in acuteness, and to Chalmers in industry and 
research, he excelled them both in learning, impartiality, and good 
taste. He was as accurate as Hailes, without any share of liis 
narrowness and occasional acerbity and conceit. Probably he 
would himself liave been most pleased to take hia place beside 
Innes. His great work completed what had been begun in the 
Critical Essay, and in many points of his personal and literary 
character he was not unlike the Roman eccIesiaBtic. Neither of 
them had any portion of the fretful and wrangling humour which 
has often marked die antiquary ; and both left their mark on Scottish 
liistor}', not only by their own published works, but by the assist- 
ance which they gave so freely and ungrudgingly to others. 

Mr. Burton, speaking of Robertson in a note in his History of 
Scotland, to which reference has already been made, observes: — 
" Many years ago, from the peculiar knowledge he had stored up, 
" I had set before him, as his special duty, the work which I have 
" myself attempted in these volumes. The bent of his mind was, 
" however, rather towards archteology than history ; and thus it 
" may be said that he preferred the science to the art." There can 
be no doubt that Robertson was the person of his time best quah- 
fied to write a historj* of Scotland. But even if he had undertaken 



xrrii PREFACE. 

BQch a task, and if time satficient to finish ithad been given to liimf 
it may bo doubted whether he would ever have brought the work to 
a conclusion. He was too laboriously and too minutely accarate 
for ft task of such extent. The time which be bestowed on the 
narrow field of the Concilia Scotiffi is sufficient proof of this. More 
than once I suggested as a subject for composition a portion of his 
country's annals, with which he was particularly conversant, and 
admitting in its treatment almost dramatic unity — the history of 
Scotland fi-om the accession of Malcolm Canmore to the extinction 
of the male line of that prince by the death of Alexander III. He 
seamed to think well of the suggestion, but it is ahnost needless to 
say that no attempt was made to carry it out- 



It is idle to indulge in speculation as to what might have been 
done by Bobertson. Something may now be said of what he did 
in the volumes to which these remarks are introductory. The 
observations which follow neither are, nor profess to be, a substi- 
tute for the Preface contemplated by Robertson. Had he been 
spared to complete his plan, we should have had a treatise on the 
history and antiquities of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire as thoroughly 
done, as bis Preface to Queen Mary's Inventories or the Concilia 
Scotice. All that is here proposed is to indicate the extent and 
value of what he was permitted to accomplish, and to mention some 
of the more important events connected with the history of the 
two counties. 

Rich as our district is in the materials of local history, and pecu- 
liar and interesting as that history is in itself, these materials are 



PREFACE. TTiiii 

lo be found in a collective form only in Robertson's volumes. Had 
the industrious Chalmers been able to finish the task which he 
undertook in his Caledonia, Scotland would have possessed a work, 
which, notwithstanding certain obWous defects, would have been 
unequalled as a storehouse of antiquities and topography. A part 
of his work — the general description of North Britain — was 
completed in his first volume. His history of tlie particular 
counties began with those nearest to the English Border, and 
when the third of his goodly quartos, which brought him as far north 
as the Forth, was published in 1824, he expressed a hope that the 
whole work would be completed in two years. Chalmers died in 
1825, and his collections for our north-eastern counties, in which 
from his birth and education among us he took a particular inte- 
rest, have not been given to the public. 

Quarter of a century after the death of Chalmers appeared the 
first volume of the " Origines Parochiales Scotite— the Antiquities 
Ecclesiasticnl and Territorial of the Parishes of Scotland." It was 
hoped that this work would, so far as parochial history was con- 
cerned, give a complete account of the whole Scottish kingdom. 
The first volume and the first and second parts of the second 
volume have been published. Fourteen years have elapsed since 
the latest of these appeared, and it is understood that there is no 
prospect of the work being finished. What has been pubUshed 
contains the dioceses of Ross, Caithncas, Argyle. the Isles, and 
a part of Glasgow ; it throws no light on those of Aberdeen and 
Murray. 

Two works remain to be noticed — the Statistical Account of 
Scotland, drawn up by Sir John Sinclair from the communications of 



xxMT PKEFACE. 

the parish ministers, and the New Statistical Account of Scotland 
by the ministers of the respective parishes. Iq the older compi- 
lation, the accounts of the parishes of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire, 
in conformity with the inconvenient arrangement of the work, are 
scattered through the various volumes; in the later, Aberdeenshire 
occupies the whole of the twelfth volume, and Banffshire a portion 
of the thirteenth. The general usefulness of the two Accounts is 
80 great, that it is perhaps unreasonable to complain of their de- 
fects, especially in those points to which the writers did not think 
that their attention was specially called. But errors in compilations 
of this kind are apt to he repeated by others, and it is therefore 
proper that they should he pointed out. This has been done, with 
no unkindly spirit, in an able and amusing article in the Quarterly 
Review for March, 1848. As was to be expected, the most ludicrous 
mistakes are those Connected with the ancient history of Scotland. 
A south-country minister speaks of St. Michael as " a Saint of 
" great note in the Homish Breviary, who flourished in the tenth 
" century ;" and a minister of the far north tonnd the burial place 
of the same saint in his own parish. A Highland minister did not 
know who the Mary was to whom his church was dedicated, but 
thought it most likely " she was a descendant of one of the Lairds 
" of Chisholra." One writer makes Froissart a contemporary of 
Mniy Stewart. In the Old Statistical Account of the parish of 
Fordun. the minister, speaking of John Fordun, author of the 
Scoti-Chronicon, says that he was " thought by some to have been 
" a man of property in this parish, by otliers, with greater proba- 
" bility, to have been a monk who resided here." In the New 
Statistical Account, the following additional information is supplied 



PREFACE. xxxT 

regarding the old Chronicler : — *' John of Fordan, the Historian, 
" was either a native of the parish, or resided iu it when he wrote 
" his Histoiy of Scotland. He is called by Bede. ' Vencrabilia 
" vir, Dominus Joannes Fordun, Presbyter.' " It is not explained 
how Bede was able to refer to an author who Uved six centuries 
alter himself. 

The lack of information in other quarters increases the value of 
Robertson's volumes. They have all substantially the same object, 
but the first, which contains the Collections, differs somewhat 
from the lUustrations. It consists of three parts. The first part 
is a description of the two counties written in Latm by the well- 
known Antiquary, Robert Gordon of Straloch, and reprinted fi-om 
the second edition of Blaeu's Theatrum Orbis TeiTorum. The 
second part is an account of Aderdeenshiro, written in the begin- 
ning of the eighteenth century by Sir Samuel Forbes of Foveran, 
and printed from a manuscript m the British Museum. The third 
part — occupying much the greater portion of the volume — is a 
View of the Diocese of Aberdeen, written about the year 1732, by 
Alexander Keith, a clergyman of the Ejuscopal Church, and printed 
from a manuscript in the Advocates' Library. This last work, it 
will be observed, is a view of the Diocese, not of the County. It 
therefore follows the ecclesiastical, not the civil boundaries, and 
while it omits Strathbogie which is in the diocese of Murray, it 
contains an account of some parishes in Kincardineshire which 
are situated within the diocese of Aberdeen. 

The three works above mentioned foim, strictly speaking, the 
text of the Collections. Straloch 's Description is unaccompanied 
by any editorial notes. Sir Samuel Forbes's Account is illustrated 



xnri PREFACE. 

by notes, chiefly biographical , the largest of which is a carefal and 
instructive notice of David Wedderburn, Master of the Grammar 
School of Aberdeen. The View of the Diocese of Aberdeen is 
much more profusely illustrated. Besides, the foot-notes, for the 
most part topographical and biographical, a variety of documents 
is appended to the description in the text. The text itself contains 
an account of the civil divisions of Aberdeenshire, of its Eoyal 
Bargbs, of the See of Abeideen and the Bishops, of the Monastic 
Houses, the University.andthcRuralDeaneriesformingthe ecclesi- 
astical divisions of the Diocese. The rest of the worlc contains an 
account of all the parishes in the Diocese, arranged in the order 
of the Presbyteries. 

At the end of the text the writer gives a list of the books, 
printed and manuscript, used by him in his View. The authori- 
ties ao quoted, show that the Episcopal clergyman had been a 
diligent student of works, which even at the present day are by 
no means frequently perused. The printed volumes are the Aber- 
deen Breviary, Boece'a History, and his Lives of the Bisiiops of Aber- 
deen, the work known by the name of Camerarius on the Saints 
of Scotland, Dempster's Ecclesiastical History, Archbishop Spottis- 
wood's History, Craufurd's Peerage, and Nisbet'sHeraldiy, Those 
in manuscript are a Eegister of Writs relating to the Church of 
Aberdeen, a Copy of Bagimont's Poll, a Valuation of Aberdeen- 
shire in the reigns of Chai-les I. and Charles H., Bishop Gavin Dun- 
bar's Epistolare, an Inventory of the Jewels of tlie Cathedral, some 
manuscripts of Thomas Oreni, " a very, inquisitive antiquary in 
Old Aberdeen," the Chartulary of Aberdeen, and the Missal of 
Arbuthnot. The writer's Jacobite opinions occasionally come 



PKEFACE. xixTii 

out, as, for instance, in his account of the parish of Kildrummie, 
where he speaks of " the estate of John, Duke of Mar, forfeited 
A.D. 1716, by the Duke of Bninswick." The editor's additions are 
inserted after the author's descriptioufi in the text, and consist 
chiefly of topographical accounts of the parishes from Sir Robert 
Sibbald's and Macfarlane's Collections in the Advocates' Library, of 
Charters preserved in the same Librai7 and in the Charter-rooms 
of the County famiUes, or already printed in the published Chartu- 
laries, and of extracts from the two Statistical Accounts. 

The three volumes of Illustrations follow the plan adopted in 
the additions to the parochial portions of the Collections. They are 
not like the early volumes composed of several works illustrated by 
editoriid appendices and notes. The appendices and notes are them- 
selves the work. The division as before is parochial in the order of 
the Presbyteries, and the parishes mentioned are not, aa in the other 
volume, those of the diocese of Aberdeen, but those of the counties 
of Aberdeen and Banff whether within or beyond the diocese. The 
Presbyteries of Turriff and Deer, and some particular parishes, are 
gone over twice ; the others only once. The notices are of the 
same character, and derived ijom the same sources, as those in the 
Collections. 

It would be vain to attempt giving any abstract of the various 
mattere referred to in the pages of the four volumes. Those who 
consult them will generally find under the particulai' parish what 
thej wish to ascertain. Their labours will be diminished by con- 
sulting the ample Tables of Contents prefixed by the Editor to each 
volume of the Illustrations. These are most accurate and minute, 
particularly in the last volume where the Table occupies more than 



iMviii PKEFACB. 

a hnndred and twenty pages. The Index contained in the present 
volume will, it is hoped, supply whatever further is wanting for the 
purposes of reference. It was partially prepared by Mr Francis 
Shaw and my son, and was arranged by the latter under my soper- 
intendanee. 

Through all the volumes will be found interesting notices of the 
various ecclesiastical foundations of tho diocese, whether regular 
or secular. In the second volume of the Illustrations, there is an 
account of the Cistercian Abbey of Deer, carefully prepared by 
Bobertson, which desei-ves particular attention. It is just what 
snch accounts should be in those eases where, as in the present 
instance, the authentic sources of information are of the scantiest 
description. After a brief notice of the foundation, a chronological 
Ust is given of the Abbots and of the chief events during their admini- 
stration, commencing with Hugh , supposed to have been the first Ab- 
bot, and endmg with Robert Keith, the last Abbot or Commendator. 

But the great merit of these volumes consists in their ample col- 
lection of charters and other vmts, illustrating from the most 
authentic sources the history of eveiy parish in the two counties. 
The writer of tlie article in the Quarterly Review, already referred 
to, observes — " The real civil history of a parish is its local and 
" territorial history, the history of its soil, from the first settling of 
" the Sason ' town ' or ' hanie,' the Danish ' burgh ' or ' by,' the 
"Norman 'vil;' the clearing of its forests; the tenures of its 
' lands from the earliest gift of the manor to the lords who after- 
" wards took their name from it, and the first donation of toft and 
" croft in pure alms to the chaplain celebrating at its rustic altar. 
" These are subjects peculiarly within the sphere of the parish 



PEEPACE. mil 

" historian, and to mist readers the most iutercstingpart of his work. 
" It is in these we find the Statistical Accounts most miserably 
" defective, and it is in these that no editorship could have suppUed 
" the place of patient and intelligent local research." After allud- 
ing to the labours of George Chalmers, and the publications of the 
Antiquarian Societies generally, the same writer adds, with special 
reference to the Collections, and the volume of the Illastrations first 
printed — " The Spalding Club, in particular, has diatingnished 
" itself in this career. Its generous President, the Earl of Aberdeen, 
" Bet the example, and the Club hasnow printed two large volumes 
■' of charters and ancient documents illustrative of the early history 
" of Aberdeen and Banff Shires. These are the proper materials 
" for the parish historian, and, so far as it extends, that collection, ■ 
" made with great research, and exhibiting the most extensive 
" charter learning, really saves the whole labour of working out the 
" authorities, from which he must compile his account." 

What is siud here of the two volumes referred to appUes equally 
to the other two. They are a vast store from which materials of 
every kind may be derived, not only for the purposes above speci- 
fied, but for those of the historian, the antiquary, the genealogist, 
and all others whose labours or inquiries are in any way connected 
with the tenure and possession of land in the district. The early 
records of that district are more scanty than those of some of the 
Southern shires ; but the subsequent materials are ample, and its 
histor}' is in various respects pecnharly interesting. 

The territory now known ae Aberdeenshire and Banffshire was in 
old times the seat of the Taixali and other Celtic tribes, and at the 
end of the Buth century formed part of the province of the Northern 



d PKEFACE. 

Picts. Some writers have attempted to connect the district isith 
the site of the famous hattle in which the Caledonians under 
Galgacus fought with Agricola, The theory is as well founded as 
that of the Lau-d of Monkbams on the same subject in The Antiquary, 
and the local history must commence five centnriea later. Even 
then fable is mixed up with truth, and the two elements can hardly 
be separated. We are toUl how a Scot from Ireland, named 
Machar, a disciple of St. Columba, was sent from lona with twelve 
companions to preach the Gospel in the land of the Picts. He 
was commanded by his master to go onward along the eastern 
coast till he should come to a river whoso windings resembled the 
figure of a Bishop's crozier ; there he was to stop and build a 
church. At the mouth of the Don he beheld the appointed sign, 
and there he erected a church on the spot where the cathedral of 
Aberdeen was afterwards built and dedicated in his name. 

This nnrrative regarding St. Machar and the church of Aberdeen 
might be dismissed altogether as merely a beautiful legend, were it 
not that a similar story about the foundation of other northern 
churches has recently been shown to rest on something hke his- 
torical autliority. Ancient tradition had connected the name of 
St. Drostan, another disciple of St. Columba, with the churches of 
Deer and Aberdour in Buchan. The Book of Deer shows that 
this tradition was well founded. That venerable volume has now 
been printed for the Spalding Club, and the Secretary's Preface 
contains everything which can be ascertained on the point. Ex- 
tracts were given fi.-om it in the fourth volume of the Illustrations. 
Prom these wc learn how Columba and Drostan came from lona to 
Aberdeen, and how Bede the Pict, who was the Maormor of Buchan, 




PREFACE. 



-idi 



gave them Aberdour and Deer. The monastery of Deor continued 
in possession of the clergy, the successors of those established by 
St. Columba and St. Drostan, till they were removed, like so many 
othera, to make way for the new monastic orders introduced by King 
David the First. 

Early records prove the eiistance also of other monasteries of 
the same primitive type, in the territory which afterwards became 
the diocese of Aberdeen, at Mortiach, Clovetb, Turriff, and Monj- 
musk. The religious house at Mouymnsk was a Coldee establish- 
ment. There is no evidence that any of the others were so. 

The secular, Uke the ecclesiastical history of the district, opens 
with a mixture of truth and fiction. The name of Gregory the 
Great, King of the Scots, is famous in the legends of the medieval 
chroniclers. According to Scottish writers, he was a mighty 
sovereign who governed his own kingdom prudently and suceeasfQlly, 
and extended his conquests over Ireland and a large portion of 
England. The evidence of this is nearly as good as some of the 
proofs which English writers, even in our own day, have held to be 
conclusive as to the supremacy of the Kings of England over 
Northern Britain. No one in Scotland is now so credulous as to 
believe the Scottish legend. Modern criticism has brought down 
the great Gregory from his mythical elevation, and reduced his fin© 
sounding classical name to that of Grig. He undoubtedly ruled 
by some singular title the united kingdom of the Scots and Picta 
in the end of the ninth century, and there is nothing improbable 
in the tradition which assigned to him a residence at Dunnideer in 
the Garioch. 

There is no doubt whatever as to the connection with our district 



iiii 



PREFACE. 



of another usurper of far higher fame — the renowned Macbeth. 
The northern provinces were favourable to his claims, and he 
retreated thither after his first defeat by Malcolm Canmore. His 
last battle took place at Lumphanan in Mar, and the cairn there, 
known by his name, may be held on the combined authority of 
chronicle and tradition to mark the spot where he fell. The 
struggle did not close with hia death. His step-aon, Lulach, con- 
tinued the contest, till he also was slain at Essie in Strathbogie. 

The battles said to have been fought in Buchan between the 
Scots and the Danes rest on tradition alone, so far as the details are 
concerned, but there can be no doubt that conflicts took place, 
and that there is a considerable Norse element in the people of that 
district. The dedication of the church of Cmden to St. Olave 
points in the same direction. It was not only in their own land 
that the Scots encountered the Northmen. We know from the 
Irish annals that a son of the Maormor of Mar fought under Brian 
Boroimhe at the great battle of Clontarf. A Scottish chronicler 
connects the foundation of the church of Mortlach with a victory of 
Malcolm II. over the Northmen. The real founder, however, 
was Malcolm Canmore. The chief residence of that sovereign was 
at Dunfermline ; and the more intimate relations established with 
England induced him and the succeeding princes of his house to 
prefer the southern provinces of their kingdom. But in those days 
a King of the Scots required to visit every part of his realm, and 
Malcolm is said to have dwelt occasionally at Kindroghet in Mar, 
where the site of his castle is still pointed out. The tradition is 
sufficiently probable ; and there, far up the Highland Dee, we may 
suppose that his Queen, St. Margaret, also resided, eight centuries 



PREFACE. 



xliii 



Tiefure the same neighbourhood became the favourite abode of the 
sovereign of Britain. 

With the accession of David, son of Malcohn and Margaret, a 
new era began iu Scotland, and our northern district shared in the 
changes whicli then took place. These changes, which were almost 
all for the better, were manifuld iu their character, affecting the 
laws, the religion, and the language of the people, and introducing 
a new race into the ancient territory of the Picts. What has been 
called the Anglo-Norman colonization of Scotland was the work of 
David and his descendants. The general history has yet to be 
written, but its local progrees may be traced in the pages of the 
Chartularies. New usages were adopted from the South; the 
Scottish Church was assimilated to the ecclesiastical condition of 
the rest of Christendom ; Burghs were founded ; and the feudal 
institutions were gradually established in the Lowlands. 

There is now no dispute as to these points, or as to the cstensive 
immigration from England and the Continent ; but it was formerly a 
common opinion, and it is still maintained by a few, that there 
was no real change in the great body of the population of the 
north-eastern counties. This can only be held on the theory that 
the Picts were a Teutonic not a Celtic race ; but that theory is 
opposed to the evidence both of chronicle and charter, and to the 
information derived from the latest discoveries, such as the Book 
of Deer. The language of the whole Scottish nation north of the 
Forth, in the reign of Malcolm Caninore, was G-aehc. Before the 
death of Alexander III., a change had been effected. All along the 
eastern coast, from the Frith of Forth to the Murray Frith, a 
Teutonic tongue superseded the Gaehe ; the ancient race and 



zlnt' 



PREFACE. 



language receded farther to the west; and finally the very name 
of the old Scots was transferred to the new people and language 
which had come in their place. When Archdeacon Barbour wrote 
his national poem of the Brace, the language in which it was 
composed was spoken in all the low country of Aberdeenshire and 
Banfishire. 

The see of Aberdeen was founded by David I., and the new 
system of diocesan and parochial administration soon superseded 
the irregular monastic usages of the Celtic Church. The diocese 
included the whole of the county of Aberdeen, except Stmthbogie, 
and about one half of the county of Banff. At an early period it 
was divided into Rural Deaneries, of which there were at 6rst three — 
Mar, Buchau, and Garioch ; and afterwards five — Mar, Buchan. 
Boyne, Garioch, and Aberdeen. A list of the parishes in these 
deaneries is given in the volume of Collections. A chapter of 
secular canons was established in the Cathedral during the episco- 
pate of Bishop Edward ; the dignitaries being those usual in 
Scottish secular chapters, a Dean, a Chancellor, a Precentor, a 
Treasurer, and a single Archdeacon. 

There were only three monastic foundations in the diocese, 
exclusive of the houses of the Dominican, Franciscan, and Car- 
melite Friars. These were Deer, Monymusk, and Pyvie. Of Deer, 
Eobertson gives the following account in the second volume of the 
Illustrations : — " The Cistercian Abbey of Deer, dedicated hke all 
" the houses of the order in honour of the Blessed Virgin, was 
" founded by "Wilham, the first Earl of Buchan, of the great race 
" of the Cumyns, who died in the year 1233, and is said to have 
" chosen his sepulture witliiii its walls. * * * According to 



PREFACE. 



a? 



' lecoi^ or tradition preserved in the Abbey until the middle of the 
" sixteenth century, the date of its foimdation waa the 29th of 
" January, 1213." The monke were brought from Kinloss in 
Mnrtay. 

The Culdee monastery of Monymosk was dedicated to St. Mary, 
and among its benefactors were the Earls of Mar and Buchan. 
Kobertson, speaking of GiUechrist, Earl of Mar, in a note to the 
account of the parish of Kiidrummie, in the fourth volume of the 
Dluatrations, mentions that " between the years 1199 and 1207, he 
" seems to have built a Priory at Monymnsk, an old seat of 
** Coldees, and to have given to it the churches of St. Andrew of 
" Alford, of St. Maman of Leochel, of St. Wolok of Kuthven, and 
" of Invemochty in Strathdon." Some years afterwards, the 
Culdees of Monymusk were allowed, or encouraged to become 
Canons-Begular, and their house was thenceforth dependent on 
the Augustinian Priory of St. Andrews. 

The Priory of Fyvie, which was dedicated to St. Mary and AU 
Saints, was a ceil of the great Benedictine Abbey of Arbroath. By 
a charter granted at Aberdeen, on the feast of St. Luke, 1285, 
Beginald de Cheyne, head of the Norman iamily of that name, gave 
his lands of Ardlogie and certain others to the church of St. 
Thomas the Martyr at Arbroath, and the monks of that monas- 
tery, residing in the religious house built at Ardlogie, near the 
Chnrch of St. Peter of Fj-vio. He was the fowider of the Priory, 
although that honour has been assigned to Wilhatn tlie Lion, the 
founder of the mother-house of Aberbrothock, and to the Earls of 
Buchan — the error having probably arisen from the circumstance 
that the King gave to the monks of Arbroath the church of Fvvie, 



xlvi 



PKEPACE. 



and that Fergus, Earl of Buchaji, and Marjory, Cotmtess oJBod 
were among the early benefactors of Arbroath. 

Among the most beneficial of the acts of King David was the . 
encouragement which he gave to the new communitieB, which soon 
became known as Royal Burghs. Mr. Cosmo Innes, in his preface 
to James Gordon's Description of both towns of Aberdeen, observes : 
— " The most ancient of our burghs cannot date their privileges 
" higher than the age of David, the father of liis people, no less 
'• than of the Church, nor support their individual claims by char- 
" ters earlier than the reign of his grand-son Wilham. With the 
" most ancient, as well as tlie most important, ranks the Burgh of 
' " Aberdeen. Long before Edinburgh had acquired the precedency 
" of a capital, or even the first place among the Four Burgh3 of 
" Southern Scotland, while Glasgow was jet an insignificant 
" dependent on its Bishop, Aberdeen had taken its place aa a great 
" and independent Eoyal Burgh, and a port of extensive foreign 
*' trade." Mr. Lmes expresses his opinion that theBm'gh derived 
its name from that which the seat of the Cathedral already held 
in consequenc of its situation at the mouth of the Don. The see, 
and the small town in which it was situated, had one of the ancient 
national saints for their patron ; the Burgh, like other mercantile 
communities, made choice of St. Nicholas ; and this circumstance 
alone would indicate the difl'ereuee between the two places known 
afterwards as Old and New Aberdeen. 

In the reign of David and his immediate successors, we discover 
the fii-st great divisions of the district, not only in the names of the 
three earliest rural deaneries, but in those of the ancient earldoms 
pf Mar, Buchan, and the G arioch. The date of Uie commencement 




PREFACE. 



xhii 



of the earldom of Mar has been mach disputed. Eobertson, in his 
notes on the parish of Kildrnmmie, observes ; — •" Lord Hailes has 
-" been thought to countenance the belief that there was e Martach 
" Earl of Mar in the reign of King Malcolm Canmore. It might 
" otherwise have been needless to say that Earl Martach, and the 
" charter which has been cited to prove his existence, are eqaally 
" febulons. Nor is there any good reason to suppose that the 
*' second Earl of Mar of tiie peerage writers — the Earl Gartnaeh 
" who, abont 1120, gives his consent to the foundation of the Abbey 
" of Scone by King Alexander I., was Earl of Mar. It seems 
" Hufficiently certain that he was Maormor or Earl of Buchan. 
***** The first Earl of Mar certainly known to record is 
" Rothri, Eotheri, or Ruadri. As ' Earl IJotheri,' he gives consent 
" to the foundation charter of Scone by King Alexander I. about 
" 1120, and is witness to the great charter of King David to the 
" monks of Dunfermline between 1124 and 1127. As ' Raadri, 
" ' Maormor of Mar,' he appears as a witnesstoagi-antby Gartnait, 
" Earl or Maormor of Buchan, to the clerics of Deer in 1132." 

The above quotations throw light also on the earldom of Buchan. 
The ancient Celtic family, first known as Maormors, afterwards 
as Earls of Bnchan, ended in an heiress, whose marriage witli 
William Cumyn brought the earldom into the great Norman house 
of that name. The earldom of the Ganoch was held along with the 
EngUsh earldom of Huntingdon by David, brother of Malcolm IV. 
and "William the Lion — the hero of Scott's romance of The Talis- 
man. These honoiu^ descended to his son, John the Scot, Earl 
of Huntingdon, Cheater, and the Garioch. 

W'e may now pass on to the troubled period which followed tbo 



xMii 



PKEFACE. 



death of Alexander III. In tlie great contest which then took 
place, the citizens of Aberdeen supported tlie cause of Bruce, 
but the earldom of Buchan belonged to bis enemies the Cnmyns. 
In the early part of his reign, Bruce himself sought refuge in 
Aberdeenshire, and placed bis wife and daughter for safety in the 
Castle of Kildrummie. After their removal, the Castle, which was 
held by his brother Sir Nigel, was besieged and taken by the 
English, and the young knight was cruelly executed by order of 
Edward I. The wrongs which he had sustained were sternly 
avenged by King Kobert. The Cumyns were defeated at Inverury, 
and their earldom was ravaged with such severity that, as Barbour 
tells us, men spoke fifty yoars afterwards of the harrying of 
Buchan. Aa remarked in the Illustrations, "In the memorable 
" revolution which placed tlte Earl of Carrick on the Scottish 
" throne, the illustrious family of Camyn was so utterly overthrown, 
" that, says a Chronicle of the age, of a name whicb numbered at 
" one time three earls and more than thirty belted knights, there 
" remained no memorial in the land, save the orisons of the monks 
" of Deer." 

The victories of Bruce gave repose for some time to his kingdom, 
but the troubles were renewed in the reign of his son. Henry de 
Beaumont, an EngUsh nobleman, claimed the earldom of Buohan 
in right of his wife, a daughter of the last earl. His claim was 
rejected by the Scottish Regent, and he became, in consequence, 
one of tlie leaders of the disiuberited barons who supported the cause 
of Edward Baliol. They were successful for a time, but when dis- 
sensions broke out amongst them, the adherents of David Bruce 
again acquired the ascendancy. Beaumont was besieged in the 



J 



PREFACE. 



xHx 



strong Castle of Dundarg on the northern coast of lus earldom, 
and was obliged to surrender. Kildrviminie was held for the house 
of Bruce, and the garrison was encouraged by the presence of a 
sister of King Eobert, the mfe of the Scottish leader, Sir Andrew 
Murray of Botliwell. It was attacked by David of Strathboyie, 
Earl of Athol, then in the service of Engiimd, but Murray hastened 
to its rehef, and siu-priaod and slew the earl in the forest of Kil- 
blene. The ladies of Unit day were famous for tlieir valour. Athol's 
widow, a daughter of Henry de Beaumont, defended the island-castle 
of Loehindorb in Murray against the Scots. She sent to Edward III. 
imploring his aid, and the young King of England hstened to her call, 
and marching northwards, raiged the siege. On his return, he wasted 
the north-eastern provmces, and destroyed the town of Aberdeen. 

The war of independence was finally successful. The freedom 
of Scotland was secured, but it was at the expense of the civihzation 
and temporal prosperity of the kingdom. The learning of the 
ecclesiastics, the chivalry of the nobles, the comforts of the burghers 
and peasantry had well-nigh disappeared. The counties of Aber- 
deen and Banff were not so exposed to the ravages of the spoiler 
as the southern shires, but they suffered greatly in the struggle 
and a considerable portion of the land had changed its owners. 
The adherents of the house of Baliol and the friends of the Cnmyus 
were driven out, and those who maintained tlie national cause 
assumed their place, foremost among whom were the families of 
Gordon, Hay, and Keith. 

One of the worst consequences of the strife was the weakening 
of the royal authority, and even of the predominance of tlie Teutonic 
race, in the mountainous districts of the North and West. The 



1 



PREFACE. 



chiefs of the Highlands and Isles entered into alliance with Eng- 
land, and attempted repeatedly to establish their independence of 
the Scottish crown. The most formidable attempt of this kind 
was that of Donald, Lord of the Isles, whose claim to the earldom 
of Ross was rejected by the Duke of Albany, Regent of the kingdom 
during the imprisonment of King James. Scotland was now in a 
more miserable condition than it had been at any time since the 
accession of David I. The fruits of Bruce's victories and of his 
vig'orous government had been lost during three turbulent reigns, 
and the cocntry was snfiering more than the usual evils which a 
sovereign's minority occasioned in feudal times. There never was 
a fairer opportunity for the Celtic race recovering its ancient terri- 
tories. Happily for the cause of civihzation, the Lord of the Isles 
found an opponent in one who was accustomed to HighJand war- 
fare, and who enjoyed the full confidence of the barons and 
burgesses of the Lowlands. This was Alexander Stewart, Earl of 
Mar, an illegitimate son of the Earl of Buehan, one of the sons of 
Robert II. His career had been a strange one, and illustrates the 
disordered age in which he lived. 

In his youth, Alexander Stewart had commanded a body of 
Caterans, and his hfe had been wild and irregular. He was sus- 
pected of beiug implicated in one of the most daring outrages of 
that unhappy time. Sir Malcolm Drummond, brother of Annabel, 
wife of Robert III., and married to Isabella, who held in her own 
right the earldom of Mar, was seized by a band of ruffians, and 
thrown into a dungeon, where he died soon afterwards. Stewart 
was thought to have instigated the crime. Not long after the 
baron's death, he stormed the Castle of Kildrummie, where the 



PREFACE. 



li 



widowed countess was residing, and persuaded or compelled her to 
marry him. He was apprehenaive, however, that the way in which 
he had wooed and won the lady might not be reputed as quite 
i-egular. He therefore appeared before the gates of Kildrummie, 
and in presence of the vassals of the earldom aurrendered the Castle 
and all that it contained into the hands of the countess, who 
thereupon declared that, of her own free will, she chose bim as 
her husband. Stewart became Earl of Mar and the Garioeh, and 
one of the most powerful nobles of Scotland. His character 
changed with his condition, and he was now as firm an assertor of 
the law as he had formerly been remarkable for setting it at defiance. 
After the death of his countess, he went abroad for some time, 
and distinguished himself in the service of the Duko of Burgundy, 
wedding for bis second wife a Flemish ladj'j in whose right he 
became Lord of DufKe in Brabant. Details of the earl's proceed- 
ings on the continent are given by Andrew Winton in his Chronicle, 
with a fulness which is explained by the fact, ascertained by 
Robertson, that the Prior of Lochleven was " spmng from a family 
" long numbered among the retainers of the house of Mar." 

The Earl of Mar was once more in Scotland when the Lord of 
the Isles, after ravaging Murray, was preparing to enter the 
Garioeh, and threatening to bum the town of Aberdeen, and waste 
the whole country as far as the Tay. The gentry of Aberdeenshire, 
Angus, and Mearns, accompanied by the Provost of Aberdeen and 
a stout body of the burghers, were mustered under the earl, and 
met the Highland army at Harlaw. The battle, which was fought 
on St. James's even, 1411, was fiercely contested. Many of the 
barons and the Provost of Aberdeen were slain , bnt Donald was 



m 



PREFACE. 



obliged to retreat, and no regular army of the clans erer again de- 
scended into the Lowlands under a Highland leader. Few events 
were more important in themselves, or left a deeper impression on 
the inhabitants of the northern shires, than the battle of Harlaw. 
Like Flodden, its memory was preserved in " tviidition, legend, 
*' tune, and song," Mr. Clyne, in a note to his Ballads from 
Scottish History, has given a most interesting account of the re- 
lations which existed between the Earl of Mar and Eobert Davidson, 
the brave Provost of Aberdeen, who fell under his banner at 
Harlaw. Mar died on the 26th of July, 1435, having survived the 
battle almost exactly twenty-four years. 

The vigorous rule of James I., after his return from England, and 
his noble personal qualities, effected a great improvement in the 
Scottish kingdom. The misei-able civil dissensions were renewed 
during the minorities of his son and grand-son, but tlie condition 
of the people was gradually becoming better. During the reign 
of James IV. the Scottish government was respected throughout 
Europe. An inestimable benefit was conferred on the northern 
provinces of the kingdom by the munificent foundation of Bishop 
Elphinstone's College and University at Old Aberdeen. A century 
afterwards, the generosity of the bishop was imitated by the Earl 
Marischal in New Aberdeen ; and the estahhshment of a College 
and University at Fraserburgh was proposed by Sir Alexander 
Fraser of Philorth, and authorised by royal charter, but was nerer 
carried out. 

In the great ecclesiastical revolution of the sixteenth century, 
the position of the two north-eastern counties was a peculiar one. 
At its commencement the Reformation had many friends, hut the 




ancient Charch was powerful through the influence of the Uni- 
versity of Aherdeen and the support of the house of Gordon. The 
Bomau Catholics might have made a more strenuous resistance if 
the; had had a better ecclesiastical chief in the Bishop of the 
diocese. But the successor of Elphinstone at this time was William 
Gordon, himself too deeply stained with the immorality of the age, 
to be able to oppose effectually what was a revolt as much against 
the profligacy of the clergy as against the eiToneous belief of the 
Church. The Reformed doetiines were established by law when 
the Confession of Faith was agreed to by the Convention of the 
Estates in 1560. But the change had not received the sanction 
of the sovereign, and the adherents of the fallen hierarchy did not 
abandon the hope of recovering their supremacy. In the South 
they were weaker than the Pi-otestants, but in the North the two 
parties were more equally balanced. 

The leader of the Eomanists was George, Earl of Huntly, Chan- 
cellor of Scotland, the most powerful nobleman of the kingdom. 
His political conduct during the regency of Mary of Lorraine had 
been of a very ambiguous character, but there is no reason to 
question tho sincerity and consistency of his religious belief. Much 
depended on the line of policy which the young Queen, then about 
to retui'n to Scotland, might adopt. The party which governed at 
Edinburgh had senther illegitimate brother, the Prior of St. Andrews, 
afterwards the famous Earl of Murray, as their envoy to Mary. 
Huntly and several of the nortliem nobles and prelates also de- 
spatched an ambassador of their own faith, John Leslie, Oflicial of 
Aberdeen, afterwards Bishop of Koss. Leslie anticipated the Prior 
in obtaining an intemew with the Queen, and on the port of his 



liv 



PREFACE. 



constituents invited her to land at Aberdeen, where he assnred her 
she would be received by au army of twenty thousand of her faitli- 
fid subjects, prepared to conduct her to Edinburgh. It is impossible 
to say what the result would have been had Maty landed in the 
North instead of at Leith. She adopted what seemed the wiser 
ns well as safer course, and declined Leslie's proposal. 

The Prior of St. Andrews became Mary's most trusted minister, 
and he gained her confidence by the general ability of his govern- 
ment, and by the prudence with which he controlled the more intole- 
rant of bis own supporters. But it was evident to all that his position 
was insecure, so long as Huntly was predominant in the Nortli. 
The two chiefs came into deadly conflict in the autumn of 1562. 
The immediate pretext was the conferring of the earldom of Mur- 
ray on the Prior and the Queen's northern journey ; but the causes 
whieh induced the Gordons to rise in open insuirection, and by which 
Mary was persuaded to consent to their destruction, continue to be 
involved in mystery. What actually took place is sufficiently ascer- 
tained, and some interesting details are to be found in Robertson's 
Preface to tbe Queen's Inventories. Mary resided at Al^rdeen for 
a few days on her progress northwards, and for more than a month 
on her return. She was there while Murray led the royal army to 
Corricbie, where Huntly was defeated and slain. The spoils of 
the Earl's Castle of Strathbogie were brought to Edinburgh, and 
divided between the Queen and her brother. 

The son of the earl who fell at Corrichie was restored by Mary 
to the honours and estates of his house, and the influence of the 
Gordons again became very great. They steadfastly supported the 
cause of the Queen, and maintained for some time a desperate 



PKEFACE. It 

struggle on behalf of their Church. Thirty years after the legal 
establishment of the Eeformed opinions, the Komau CathoUc cause 
appeared to be far from hopeless. The last efforts of its adherents 
were made when the national indignation had been excited by the 
murder of Mary at Fotheringay, and while Spain, undismayed by 
the loss of the Armada, was still contemplating the conquest of 
England. Among the nobility, the Church of Rome had many 
supporters, including the Earls of Huntly, Crawford, Angus, Errol, 
and Montrose, tiie Lords Seaton, Livingstone, Maxwell, Herries, 
Home, Sanquhar, Gray, OgiMe, and Fleming ; and in the northern 
counties its leaders were the Earls of Huntly and Errol, the latter 
a recent convert, zealous for his new faith. 

In 1594, the northern lords broke out into rebelhon against King 
James, and the Eai'l of Argyll advanced against them with an army 
arrayed under the royal banner. There was something singular in 
the circumstances of this struggle. Argyll's uncle, Earl Archibald, 
had commanded Mary's army at Langside, and he himself in his 
later years became a Roman Catholic. His army was chiefly com- 
posed of Highlander, and he had neither horse nor artillery. His 
principal oflicers were Maclean and Macintosh, the desceudents of 
those who had fought agmnst Mar at Harlaw. He marched north- 
wards into Badenoch, and thence retreated to Strathavon, where he 
encountered the army of Huntly and Errol in the neighbourhood 
ofGlenlivat. The followers of the earls "consisted of Lowland 
gentr)- on horseback, and they had a small train of ordnance. They 
did not hesitate to attack the Highland army, though six times 
their number, and after a desperate straggle ArgjU was defeated. 

The victors of Glenlivat did not derive any permanent advantage 



Ivi 



PREFACE. 



from their sncceas. The King in person led an anay to Aberdeen, 
and thence advanced to Strathbogie, which its master was unable 
to defend. The stately Castle, the pride of the North, was de- 
stroyed, and Errols Castle of Slaina was also demolished. The 
two noblemen, after another attempt to rnuse their followers, 
announced their intention of leaving Scotland. Hnntlj'B uncle, 
James Gordon, a Jesuit priest, endeavoured to dissuade them from 
theu: resolution. They met in Elgin Cathedral, and there mass 
was celebrated for the last time. Gordon then mounted the pnlpit, 
and exhorted his kuiemen and friends to dai-e all for their faith, 
but they had lost heart, and gave up the contest. Huntly emburked 
at Aberdeen, and Errol at Peterhead, and sailed for the Continent. 
They returned some years afterwards, but it was to make their 
Bubmission to the King and the Protestant Church. The ceremony 
of tlieir forma! reception took place within the church of St. 
Nicholas at Aberdeen. The recantation made on this occasion was 
as insincere as such acts proceeding from the dread of worldly con- 
sequences generally are. Huntly and Errol were again excommuni- 
cated, and again restored afler the accession of James to the English 
crown. The former seems to have been little troubled by his 
frequent changes of religion. EitoI was more serupnloaa. We are 
informed that, on the morning of his last submission, " the Arch- 
" bishop of Glasgow being called, he confessed his dissimulation 
" with many tears, and beseeching them that were present to bear 
" witness of his remorse, was hardly broughtto any settling all that 
" day. This nobleman was of a tender heart, and of all that I 
" have known the most conscientious in his profession ; and there- 
" fore to his dying was used by the Church with greater lenity 



PBBPACE. 



Ini 



" than were others of that sect." Such is the testimony of Spottia- 
wootl, himself Archbishop of Glasgow at the time. 

While the chiefs of the Gordons and Hays were thus compelled 
to suhmit to the Frotcstaot EstabUshmeat, arguments of another 
description had kept the family of Keith faithful to the new opinions. 
Robert Keith, second son of WiUiam, Earl Mari^chal, was Commen- 
dator of Deer at the Reformation, and obtained a grant of the 
Abbey lands, which were erected into a temporal harouy. He was 
succeeded by his nephew George, fifth Earl Marischat, the founder 
of Marischal College. Popular feehng in the North was not 
favourable to the appropriation of the temporalities of the Church, 
but the earl was not disposed to pay much regard to it. On a 
tower built by him on the lands of Deer, and on his new College 
at Aberdeen, he inscribed words which were supposed to allude to 
the opinions expressed about him—" Thay haif said: Quhat saj 
" thay : Let thame say." The Countess Marischal entreated her 
lord to have nothing to do with such sacrilegious gains, but he dis- 
regarded her warnings and the vision which she related of the 
doom of his castle. The account of this vision was first printed in 
the Collections from the manuscript of Patrick Gordon's Short 
Abridgement of Britains Distemper, and that manuscript was sub- 
sequently printed for the Spalding Club. The narrative was written 
between 16-49 and 1660, more than half a century after the date of 
the alleged dream ; but it was another half century and more after 
the vision was recorded that the fulfilment came, in the ruin of 
Dunottar, and tlie downfall of the family of Keith. The story is a 
singular one, but it admits of an easy explanation. 

Aberdeenshire and Banffshire partook in the general prosperity 



Iviii 



PREFACE. 



enjoyed by Scotland in the early part of the seventeenth century. 
Scotland and England were now united under one sovereign, and 
the law was strong enough to put dovm the feudal conteats among 
the nobility. One of the signs of retoming comfort was the 
erection of baronial mansions of a higher order than those pre- 
viously built. Mr. Cosmo Innes, in his Scotland in the Middle 
Ages, after referring to the laboui-s of tlie Chancellor Seaton at 
Fyvie, and of the Earl of Strathmore at Glaramis, adds — " These 
" two masterbnilders were but the type of their age. Castle-building, 
•' or castle-adorning was in high fashion in the beginning of the 
" seventeenth century ; and strangely it fixed on Aberdeenshire as 
•' its favourite field, where castle mansions of Erasers, Gordons, 
" Forbeses, Burnetts, and Urqnharts still exist to teach our pre- 
" sumptuous age a lesson of humility. All these chateaus, and the 
•' lesB-adorned countiy houses ofthat period, mark a great improve. 
•' ment in the comfort and in the tastes of our gentry. We cannot 
" figure houses like Castle Fraser to have been built and inhabited 
" by any who were not gentlemen and ladies, in the best sense of 
" the word." 

This prosperous era continued during the early years of the reign 
of Charles I. It was interrupted only by the never-ceasing out- 
breaks along the Highland Une, and by such occasional calamities 
in the Lowlands as the burning oi the House of Frendraught. The 
Diocese of Aberdeen was happy under the wise government of 
Bishop Patrick Forbes, and the University was dignified by the 
virtues and erudition of its doctors, famous throughout Christendom. 
In a learned age, John Forbes was one of the most learned ; and 
British eebolars, writing in what was still the common language of 




PREFACE. 



lil 



men of letters, spoke of Eobert Barou as " BaroDtus uoster," to 
distinguish him from the great Roman Cardinal. 

This fair prospect was overcast by the breaking out of the civil 
convulsions, which the writer from wliom oar Club ia named calls 
emphatically the Troubles. The first blood was shed at the skirmish 
known as the Trot of Turriflf, ami the leader of the Eoyalists on 
that occasion, Sir John Gordon of Haddo, was the first who died 
on the scafiFold. Aberdeenshire became one of the chief scenes of 
strife. At the beginning of the war, Lord Aboyne was beaten by 
Montrose at the Bridge of Dee ; and subsequently the Great 
Marquis, fighting for the King, defeated Lord Burleigh at Aber- 
deen, the Marquis of Argyll at Fyvie, and General BailUe at Alford. 
These combats represent but a small part of the misery of that 
unhappy time, when every district was divided in opinion, and 
almost evei-y castle was besieged or plundered. 

Some of the saddest events took place towards the conclusion of 
the war. Dr. John Forbes, after years of exile, died in obscurity at 
his own Castle of Corse. Montrose, when his last battle had been 
fonght and lost, was carried a prisoner, on his way to death, through 
the county which had beheld his early triumphs. George, second 
Marquis of Hnntly, the leader of the northern Koyalists, a noble- 
man of stainless faith and purity, to whose character history has 
not yet done justice, was imprisoned and beheaded. His judicial 
murder took place a few months after that of the King. At his 
death, he declared that he counted it his greatest felicity to be 
allowed to follow his master. 

The Cavaliers of the north-eastern counties, like the Puritans of 
the south-west, had to submit to the role of Cromwell and his 



k PREFACE. 

lieutenants. Rigorous as was the government of these military 
despots, it was acquiesced in by many as a relief from the more 
galling oppressions of the ecclosiaetical courts. An instance of this 
is to be found in the appeal made by Sir Alexander Irvine of Drum 
to Colonel Overton, against a sentence of the Presbytery of Aber- 
deen, ordaining him to subscribe the Covenant. The third volume 
of the niustrationa contains a curious deed of this period, relative 
to the lands of Pitmuckston in the parish of St. Machar. It is a 
charter of those lands which belonged to the office of Mair of 
Fee of the Sheriffdom of Aberdeen, and is granted by " Oliver, Lord 
" Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ire- 
" land, and dominions thereto belonging," in favourof Paul Symmer 
of Mergie, for performance of the services used and wont; and for 
yearly payment to the Protector and his successors, " in place of 
" the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas of Aberdeen, of the sum of 
" two merks usual money of Scotland, of old paid for the yearly 
" revenues and obsequies of uniquhile Robert Blenshell, burgess of 
" Aberdeen." It is singular to find Ohver receiving a payment of 
this description. He was not responsible for the language used by 
his commissioners in Scotland, and for tlie conversion of a Collegi- 
ate Church into a Cathedral. 

The Restoration was nowhere welcomed more joyously than in 
Aberdeenshire. While the Covenanters were enduring persecution 
similar to that which they had inflicted during the preceding reign, 
the north-eastern counties were in peace and tranquillity ; and the 
diocese of Aberdeen was happy under the mild government of Bishop 
Bcougal, while the University was adorned by the learning and 
piety of his son. The Revolution of 1688 did not seriously 



PREFACE. 



bd 



disturb this quietness. King -James's arbitrary policy, and his 
determination to suspend the laws, which almost the whole nation 
believed to he necessary for the safety of the Protestant Church, 
had alienated even hia most faithful subjects. After the death of 
Viscount Dundee, though the Jacobite party was strong, there 
was Httle open resistance to King WiUiam's government, and the 
supporters of Episcopacy were conciliated by permission being given 
to those of their ministers who took the oaths prescribed by law, 
to retain possession of their benefices and of the parish churches. 

During the next reign, many of the adherents of the exiled 
prince submitted to Queen Anne, but everything indicated that a 
struggle vfould take place at her decease. The opponents of the 
Hanoverian succession were strengthened by a portion of the 
numerous party which had resialed the union vrith England, and 
by those Episcopalians who had hitherto acknowledged the ReTolu- 
tion settlement. If the advisers of George I. had acted with more 
wisdom aud moderation, the storm might have been averted, bat 
when it was seen that the King acted rather as the head of a party 
than as the sovereign of a nation, the discontented Tories made 
common cause with the Jacobites. Disaffection was general both 
in England and Scotland, but in the latter country the opponents 
of the new govomment were more numerous and more courageous, 
aud the very centre of the movement was in Aberdeenshire. 

The chief Jacobite leaders were the Earl of Mar, a disappointed 
statesman, actuated mainly by selfish motives, aud the Earl 
Marischal, a young nobleman attached on principle to the house of 
Stewart. For the last time Kildrummie Castle appears in history. 
There, like his predecessors of old, the Earl of Mar established hia 



iMideaeentiHi 



PBEFACE. 
i<iri715,«lule 



far dte III uilf *~ 



tiao. ApCiilisnliDgBatefawMbeldin theBaesof Mariiitiie 
■ondl Hi Aognl, vUcb n illiiiiVil bj tfcs frindpd Jacobite 
■iilliMln ; mi^vkoB. beaks Uk ad bHKKwRlhe Ifar- 
«K of HaOr, oUnt son of Ok Di^ of OotioB. Ibo Bail 
; ol tbe Eod of Em^ Oo Ike sixth of S^toabei; tbo 
loftheStnmrlsaKBXi^atBiMBn.aBiac Ondfar 
»l» imihillil Kiig. Jmho ns ua ■Aomte fradumrf 
ataba4nl7tteBBl]bmclid,aiiaat OhAm Cidfe bj lh« 
Wllfiri irni rlj AtmaittiitiAokttSaiaiBitamamVar. 
■■tfcl'WitoaeriithofFoiai»iBiaa«^rfsofa» " I, I ; 
■rfbrfthejbMBablBtonao rr-liiM|> CmIo ail job Obt 
ii»«s ■ the SobA. or hai Xv poasMii bB aStaj gmbB of 
Moabo^ ar l)»iif. ri>i I nril Wie ba» iairfiJ ir a 
aHka airiM aa iji^ lly rfa 



liaTaatdKlkoR^ of Curios L ^ it a^ IW Ddci/Aqga 
aiaoheatofaaiaiaiarftni^aasdbkta |aa«at Ike 



ll a» aalj- afcr fte TiwiHut ba* beea 
■aahigof IbM liaiiH. aaJbjT ae weafcaf Ike 




aalkelllofll 
aaaatafiki&al] 

tte E^ afSte. «« aahn of ^ al- 
ba aatoan* 
tfccaa»w«a*lk»llll n ifct 




attempt hopeless, retired id good order to the North. The Cheva- 
lier embarked for Fraace at Montrose, and the leaders who were 
unahle to obtain terms from the government, succeeded in effecting 
their escape to the Continent. The southern Jacobites who were 
taken at Preston were punished with great severity, but in Scotland 
the Dake of Argyll and other chief adherents of the House of 
Hanover obtained milder treatment for the defeated party. Most 
of the Jacobite nobles were, however, attainted, and in Aberdeen- 
shire extensive changes of property took place, in consequence of 
the forfeiture of the Earl of Mar and the Eail Marischal. Kil- 
dnimmie was soon deserted, and Inverugie and Dunottar sunk into 
rain. Mar in exile continued his coarse of busy and selfish 
intrigue. Marischal pursued a nobler career as the counsellor and 
friend of Frederick the Great ; while in his younger brother, Aber- 
deenshu'e gave to the Continent, a soldier still more renowned than 
General Patrick Gordon of Auchleuchrles. 

After thirty years of tranquillity, the kingdom was again disturbed 
by a Jacobite insurrection. Although none of the great nobles 
of the north-eastern counties took part in it, one peer of high 
character, Lord Pitsligo, andLord Lewis Gordon, a brother of the 
Duke of Gordon, joined Prince Charles, and many of the gentry 
adopted the same side. Lord Pitshgo had been out in 1715, and 
had escaped to the Continent, but had afterwards been allowed to 
return. He was sixty-seven years of age when the next rising took 
place, and was held in universal esteem. John Home mentions 
that when " he declared his purpose of joining Charles, most of the 
" gentlemen in that part of the country who favoured the Pre- 
" tender's cause, put themselves under his command, thinking they 



hlv 



PREFACE. 



" could not follow a better or safer guide than Lord Pitaligo." His 
friends met hiui at Aberdeen, and when they were ready to eetout, 
he stepped forward, took off hia hat, and looking up to Heaven said 
" Lord, Thouknowest that our cause isjuBt. March gentlemen." 
He escaped from the field of Culloden, and from the eager search 
afterwards made for him, and at last, unmolested by the govern- 
ment, died in peace. 

Lord Lewis Gordon, whose name is associated with that of the 
Prince in a well-knowu ballad, held the otfice of Lord -Lieutenant 
for the CheyaHer in the countieB of Aberdeen and Banff, and com- 
manded the insurgents in the skirmish fought at Inveiuiy in De- 
cember, 1745. Sir Walter Scott has pointed out the singular 
circumstance, that on this occasion the Jacobites were Lowlanders, 
with tlie exception of the Farquharsona of Monaltrie, while King 
George's troops were Highlandera of the Whig clana of M'Leod and 
Monro. Lord Lewis, in a letter to Moir of Stoneywood, written a 
few days after the battle, expressed his regret that he had few 
Highlandei-s with him, in consequence of his broUier the duke 
having ordered them not to stir. 

When the insurrection was suppressed, the Lowland districts 
were exempted from military' violence, but the cruelty of the Duke 
of Cumberland's soldiers in the Highlands is well known. The 
captive insurgents were treated with great severity, and the hsta 
of the persons attainted, or specially excepted from the snbseqaent 
act of indemnity, show how numerous the Jacobites were in the 
counties of Aberdeen and Banff. Among the names are those 
of Lord Pitshgo, Lord Lewis Gordon, Sir Alexander Bannerman 
of Elsick, Sir William Dunbar of Durn, Sir William Gordon 




of Park, Gordon of Glenbncket, Farqnharson of Monaltrie, Irvine of 
Dmm, Byres of Tonley, Cumine of Kininmont, Cumine ofPitnlly, 
FarqaharBon of Balmoral, FuIIerton of Dadwick, Gordon of Car- 
nousie, Garioch of Margie, Gordon of Hallhead, Gordon of Avochie, 
Gordon of Cobairdie, Hay of Rannes, Menzies of Pitfoddeis, Moir 
of Stonejwood, Moir of Lonmay, Ogilvie of Auchiries, Smith of 
Inyeramsay, and Tnrner of TurDerhall. 

The town of Aberdeen contained many EpiscopaUana and 
Jacobites — names which at that time were almost identical — but 
among the inhabitants were also many zealous Hanoverians. Letters 
and other docmnents have fortunately been preserved, which mark 
the state of feeling, and record several curious incidents of the time. 
Prince Charles did not pass through Aberdeenshire at all, either on 
his way southwards or on his return. The Duke of Cumberland 
resided at Aberdeen from the 27th of Febraaty to the 8th of April, 
1746. He lived in the house of Mr. Alexander Thomson, Advocate, 
in the Guestxow, and General Hawley was quartered in an adjoining 
house, that of Mrs. Gordon of Hallhead. Mr. Thomson was a 
Whig, but Mrs. Gordon's husband was an open adherent of the 
Stewarts. In the Jacobite Memoirs, compiled by Bishop Robert 
Forbes, and edited by Mr. Robert Chambers, there is a singular 
account of the violent conduct of the duke, and of the rapacity of 
Hawley, the geuoral accuracy of which there ie no reason to ques- 
tion, though the details may have been coloured by the strong 
feelings of the ladies who tell the tale. 

The Diary of the Reverend John Bisset, one of the ministers of 
Aberdeen, gives us the other aide of the picture. He was a keen 
Hanoverian, and entertained a particular dislike to Popery, or what- 



Ixti 



PREFACE. 



ever seemed to him to have any connection with it. Selections from 
his Diary are printed in the first volume of the Miscellany of the 
Olub. An entry of date the 24th of October, 1745, may bo given 
as a specimen : — " This day there was a beating up for recruits to 
" Lord Lewis Gordon for the Pretender. Stoneywood is also at 
" Aberdeen recraitiug ; they come little speed. I am ravished to 
" hear that when the drum beats, not a few of the boys cry God 
" save King G-eorge. I love an early seasoning against the spirit 
" of Jacobitism. I have heard of a Whig lady in Aberdeen styled 
" Talisker, who, with her two daughters has been at Edinburgh, 
" wliOj being kissed bythe young Pretender, are returned procl^m- 
" ing his praise. Were Absalom living and among ns, he was like 
" to do great execution among the Whig ladies, though, if I re- 
" member right, his claim was very unnatural." Bisaet bears 
honest testimony to the good behaviour of the division of the Jaco- 
bite army which passed through Aberdeen on its retreat to the North, 
and specially of those who were billeted on himself. Their common 
soldiers seem to have conducted themselves with more politeness 
than King George's officers. 

The north-eastern counties do not again appear in connection 
with any important historical event. For some time after Culloden, 
the whole Scottish nation generally, not the unsuccessful party 
only, felt humiliated by the defeat, and disaffection to the reigning 
dynasty extensively prevailed. But the discontent gradually 
abated after the accession of George III. The new sovereign. 
unlike the first two princes of his house, strove to conciliate all 
hia subjects, and was even accused by a violent party of being too 
favourable to Scotsmen. The American war tended still farther 



PREFACE. 



Ixvii 



to make men forget old feuds. During that struggle, while the 
descendents of the English Puritana and of the Covenanters in 
Ulster took the lead in opposing their sovereign, the expatriated 
Highlanders remained faithful to the crown. In the storm of the 
French Revolution, the change became still more complete. A 
few of the JacobitcB adopted Jacobin opinions, but by far the 
greater number of the families which had adhered to the Stewarts 
now became the most lojal subjects of the House of Hanover. 

Meanwhile, the improvement in matters of social and domestic 
economy was very great. From the beginning of the eighteenth 
century, increasing attention had been paid to agriculture ; and 
commerce, though paralysed in some of its branches by the union 
with England, in others liad rapidly advanced, mainly in conse- 
quence of that event. Sir Archibald (jrant of Monymusk was one 
of the eailiest agiicultural improvers in the North. Two papers 
written by him, and printed in the second volume of the Miscellany 
of the Club, are very instructive on this point — " By the indulgence 
" of a very worthy father," he says, " I was allowed, 1716, though 
" then very young, to begin to inclose, and plant, and provide, and 
" prepare nurseries. At that time there was not an acre upon the 
" whole estate inclosed, nor any timber upon it, but a few elm, 
" sycamore, and ash, about a small kitchen garden adjoining to the 
" house, and some straggling trees at some of the farm yards, with 
" a small copse wood not inclosed, and dwarfish, and browsed by 
" sheep and cattle. All the farms ill disposed and mixed, different 
" persons having alternate ridges, not one wheel carriage on the 
" estate, nor indeed any one road that would allow it, and the rent 
" about £600 sterling per annum, grain and services converted to 



ntnu 



PREFACE. 



" money. • • * In my early days, soon after the union, hns- 
" bandry and mannfactnrcs wero in low esteem. Tumips in fields 
" for cattlo by Earl of Rothes, and very few others were wondered 
" at ; wheat was almost confined to East Lothian ; inclosures few, 
" and planting vory little ; uo repiiir of roads, all bad, and very few 
" wheel ciirriagcH ; no coach, chariot, or chaise, and few carta 
" bonorUi Tay. In 1720, 1 could not, in chariot, get my wife from 
" Ahordeon to Mouymask. Colonel Middleton the first who nsed 
" carts or waggonK there ; and he and I the first benorth Tay who 
" had hay, except very little at Gordon Caatle. Mr. Lockhart of 
" Cornwuth, author of Memoirs, the first that attempted raising 
" or feeding cattle to size." 

Bixty years wrought a great change for the better. The 
general condition of Aberdeenshire and Banfi'shire, at the time of 
the Amovicnn war. inny he learned from the description given in the 
well-known work of Fmncis Douglas on the East Coast of Scotland. 
In almost every part of the two counties the signs of improvement 
were manifest. In the neighbourhood of the Burgh of Aberdeen, 
mention is made of the plantations and inclosnres at Fraserfield, 
Gitmdhohn, Dycc, and Fintray. Monymosk is described at greater 
lengUi, and justice is done to the exertions of Sir Archibald 
Grant. An account is given of the estabhshment of the linen 
manufacture at Hantly by HughM'Yeagh, of Mr. Cuuiiue's fann 
at .\nchr}', then much spoken of, and of the various improvements 
efi^ted bj the Earls of Fife and Findlater in the vicinity of Banff 
and Colleu. 

Douglas relates a conveisation which he had with an old man 
near Baitff, and from it a good notion may be obtained of whai had 
been done there. The old man said, " If yon bad known tius 



PREFACE. 



Izix 



•* countr}' fifty years ago, as I did, you would think these fields 
" and bouses which you pass minoticed a fine sipht. I remember 
" the time. Sir, and bo does my youngest bairn, when they were 
" all uninclosed ; large bauks between every two and three ridges ; 
" and when you might have travelled through them from one stone 
" head to another without touching the groiind ; when the farm- 
" hoases were ready to tumble, and neither held out wind nor rain ; 
*' and when we were well pleased if, over all the farm, we had four 
" times the com we sowed." When asked who had the merit of 
introducing better methods of fiirming, he answered, " Faith, Sir, 
" we did not think ourselves much obliged to him at first ; it was 
*' our master ; and we had some Buspicion that lairds and lords 
*' chiefly minded their own interest. "We had been long accustomed 
" to our own methods, and thought our fathers had been as wise 
" as we ; it was not therefore an easy matter to persuade us that any 
" others were better, or more proper for our soil. * * " All these 
" prejudices Lord Findlater got the better of; not by the strong 
" hand, and telling us by his overseers and factors that such and 
" such things we must do, but by going himself from farm to farm, 
" advising rather than directing us how to proceed." 

For ii faithful picture of Aberdeenshire in the latter half of the 
eighteenth century, viewed under a different aspect from that just 
mentioned, reference may be made to Sir William Forbes's Life of 
Dr. Beattie. It is unnecessary to extend these remarks beyond 
that period. Few of the documents contained in the Collections 
and Illustrations come down as far as the present century. 



GEORGE GRUB. 



Aberdeen, ZOth A'oveinber, 1869. 



NOTE. 



The following letter from Lord Saltoun to the Secretary of the 
Club gives a correction of three errors as to dates in the lUnstra- 
tions : — 

9, QfiKAT Stanhope Stbbet, London, W., 
May 29(A, 1869. 
Dear Sir. — As I understand that a new Index to some of the works 
published by the Spalding Club, of which I have the honour to be a 
member, is about to be issued under the auspices of that Society, I bog to 
call your attention to three errors in dates, respecting my own family. 
■which I think ought to be rectified in any new publication on the subject. 
The firat of these occurs (in Vol. III. of the " Antiquities of the Shires of 
Aberdeen and Bauff," page 43) in the date 1342, ascribed to the " Concesaio 
Willelmi de Melgdnun," &c., at the end of wliich (page 45), is, " Alexandra 
Fraser, milite, vicecomite de Abirdeu," as one of the witnesses. This 
surprised me, as I had believed that Sir Alexander Fraser, who died in 
1410, could not have been old enough to bold, in 1342 that Sheriffship 
which he afterwards enjoyed ; and, on farther investigation, it was pointed 
out to me, by Mr. WilUam Skene, that the seal of "Alexander," Bishop of 
Aberdeen, was affixed to the document 

On looking at the list of the Bishops of Aberdeen, in the volume of 
" Collections on the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff," it appears that 

Alexander Kinuinmond Ist died . . August 14th, 1340, 

and was succeeded by 
William Dean, who died . . . „ 2(Hh, 1350, 

and was succeeded by 
John Kait, wlio died .... 1355 

and was succeeded by 
Alexander Kinuinmond 2d, who died . July 29th, 1380. 



Izxii 



NOTE. 



There was, therefore, no " AkTxmder'' Bishop of Aberdeen, in 1342, 
but there was such, viz,, Alexauder Kinninmond 2d, between 1355 and 
1380 ; i.e.'m 1362 and 1372, to one of which dates (probably the latter), 
the " Concessio " ia referable. In a note, at the foot of page 43, it ia stated 
that the original is in the Charter Chest of Fyvie, so that it can be 
re-oxamined. 

The second Error occurs (in Vol IV. of the " Antiquities of the Shiresof 
Aberdeen and Banff," page 122) in the date "1418," ascribed to "Pre- 
ceptum sflsine in favorem Alexandri Fraaer," by Lawrence Mercer of Aldy. 

This is an error of a whole century, and the date ought to be " 1518.' 
In pages 95-96 of the same Vol., a " John Fraser, in Ardglasse," which is 
tlic name of one of Lawrence Mercer's baillies for execution of the above 
I'recept, ia proved to have lived in 1516, and, page \'2A same Volume, a 
Bobert Mercer, which is the name of one of the witueaaea to the precept, is 
proved to have lived in 1504, and was a witness to a Charter by a Henry 
Meroer. 

In addition to this there is no Alexander, of that date 1418, as proprietor 
of Philorth, which was then held by a William Fraaer, and in 1516 (Page 
95, same Volume), an Alexander Fraser did make up his title to his father, 
WiUiiuii Fraser, 

But confirmation of all the above evidence ia found in the Mercer Pedi- 
gree, which shows that there was no Mercer, of the Christian name of 
'■ Lawrence," ns head of tlie family of Aldy, or in possession of Faithly and 
Tyrie, until 1473. when " Lawrence " Mercer gets sasiue of those subjects 
on the decease of his father Andrew. 

This " Lawrence " was succeeded by his son " Henry," who was killed 
at Flodden, and was succeeded by his son 

" Lawrence," who is the granter of the Precept, and who had an uncle 
" Robert" 

The third Error (Vol. IV., page 124), is in the date 1420, ascribed to the 
„ litera Jactibi Douglas dn Balvany de sasina Alexandre Fraser danda." 
This date ought to bo 1430, which is evident on a dose examination of the 
document, and is farther borne out by the proof (Pages 85, Nole, and 86, 87 
Tl-ousumpt at instance of William Fraser) that the said William, father of 
Aloxander, was living in 1423, and as late aa 1435. 



NOTE. Ixxiii 

I trust you will turn your attention to these mattera, as they hftve an 
I import&nt bearing on the pedigree of my family, and 



Yours truly. 



To John Stdaht. Esq. 



I 



The attention of the Editor has been called to an erroneous 
date in the 23lBt page of the third volnme of the Illustrations. 
The Precept there printed should be dated in 1442 — not in 1466 
— eince James, Earl of Douglas, died in 1443, and his son Archi- 
bald, afterwards Earl of Murray, in whose favonr the Precept was 
granted, died in 1455. In the corresponding part of the Table of 
Contents of the third volume (p. xxviii.), the year 1442 should be 
substituted for 1466, and James II. for James III. 



Opportunity is also taken to correct an error in the 81st page 
of the Preface to tlie Fii-st Volume of the Miscellany of the Club, 
and in the 424th page of the text of that volume. Gilbert Menzies 
is called Laird of Pitfodels. In point of fact he was the Laird's 
eldest son. 



In the following Index, Volume I. refers to the Collections ; 
Volumes IT., III., and IV. to the Second, Third, and Fourth 
Volumes of the Illustrations. 




INDEX OF PLACES. 



Abachib, i. 530. 
AbbotBhall, i. 21, 307. 
Abberbrandolthin, ii. 301, 303. 
Abdy, iii. 126. 
Aberardonr, i, 641 ; ii. 85, 89. 

Chapel at, i. 641 ; ii. 85. 

Abiroaihie, iv. 485. 
Abercawltye, iv. 481. 
Aberchirder, i. 199; ii. 190, 210, 212, 
214, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 
598 ; IL 109 ; iiL 407. 

Thanaginm de, ii. 217, 218, 

219. 

Parish of, i. 222,229; ii. 147, 

148, 151, 152, 158, 189—224. 
Aberdeen, Broadgate of, i. 43, 124. 

Cardan's Well of, i. 44. 

Carpet Walk of, i. 47. 

Castle of, i. 29, 45, 840. 

Caatlegate of, i. 43, 125, 203 ; 

ii. 419 ; iii. 233. 

Castlehill of, i. 43, 44, 45, 46, 

124; iii. 212, 213. 

Cathedral of, i. 28, 45, 69, 

W, 138, 146, 148, 149, 150, 151, 
152, 155, 156, 162, 163, 221, 231, 
244, 312, 443, 566 ; iL 266, 313, 



327, 337, 348, 365, 373, 375, 385, 
392, 394, 399, 414, 417, 446 ; iii. 
3, 26, 58, 71, 89, 113, 119, 120, 
121, 161, 162, 163, 172, 175, 223, 
230, 232, 234, 253, 273, 276, 289, 
313, 318, 320, 330, 331, 332, 347, 
351, 353^ 356, 378, 397, 423, 431, 
432, 434, 436, 441, 458, 461, 4t'4, 
494, 529, 543, 546 ; iv. 81, 113, 
148, 186, 371, 380, 460, 467, 486, 
668, 694. 
Aberdeen, Cathedral of. Girth CroBs of, 
i. 151. 

Church of St. Nicholas of, 

i. 49, 50, 69, 145, 157, 166, 205, 
206, 207, 208, 209, 243, 335, 485; 
ii. 196 ; iii. 43, 44, 45, 132, 184, 
185, 186, 192, 243, 262, 270, 358. 

Chapel of Our 

Lady of Pity in, i. 209. 

Convent of Nuns of St. Ca- 
therine of Sienna in, i. 69, 20r>. 

Cross of, i. 43, 44. 

Crux fori de, iii 11. 

Exchequer Wynd of, i. 44. 

Fity Gate of, ii. 419. 

Forest of, i. 147. 

1 



4i 





l^^l 


^^^^1 INDEX OF ^^^^1 


^^^^^^1 Aberdeen. GaUowirate of. i. 43. 44. 121 : 


Aberdeen. Netherkirkimto of. i- 48. 125^^^H 


^^^^^^H li. 4:iliiu.44.4(>. 


Palace of BishoD of. iii. 85. ^^H 


^^^^^^H liallowhilt of. i. 4IJ. 14. 124. 


206. 254. 354. 380. 333. 434. 465. ^^1 


^^^^^^H Ch^unmai' Kcbool (>(). (il. 


^^1 


^^^^^^H 


FitfodellB Lodffincr in. i. 43. ^^H 


^^^^^H tireen of. i. iit. 20^-. iii. 44. 


Knral Deanerv of. i. 69. 216. ^^H 


^^^^^B 


^^1 


^^^^^^H UhaiatRftwoti. 4.^44. 19S. 


Ht. Katherine's Hill of. L 43. ^^H 


^^^^^^H llOBDital of Kt,. 'I'hnmnR 


44. 45. 124. 205 : ii. 431. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


»t. JO&rv'B Ubnrob in Kib^'b ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Honee ut TomnlarB m. i. ^(l^(. 


Colleire of! i. 69. 205. 210. 211 ; ^^M 


^^^^^^1 Hoxter Uow of. i. 48. 


^^M 


^^^^^^H Kinc-'s CoUem of. i. '2K. 4.5. 


SclkooUiill of, I. 43. ^^M 


^^^^^^M 84. iU!f. ib'6. 16'J. 2U5. 2]<2. 21». 


ShiD Saw of. L 44. 125 : iii. ^H 


^^^^^H tilA (;;{»: iii. 1R 47. .M. 


^^M 


^^^^^H 7H. ?7. H2. »». 130. 131. lAl. 1(;» 


Uliare Brae of. i. 44. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 lti9. 175. 17N. 288. H;14. 420. 441. 


Soa Well of. i. 29. 30. 43. ^H 


^^^^^^1 


Thana^ ot iii. 210. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 i!un(7''B MpfuIowr ntl i. 4..-^. 


Towii-boaHeof.i.43.111.190. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Lepers' Hosmtal oil i. 125. 


'I'rades'Hospitalof.i.125.204. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Links of. 1. 47. 


Trinitr Kirk of. i. 44 ^^H 




Univergitv of. 1. SO. 69. 167. ^^H 


^^^^^M Hi. 200. 214 ; iii. 1>^5. 


211. 212. 214 : iii 18. 56. 82. ISO. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 Hull 


161, 169, 178, 238, 334, 385, 420, ^^M 


^^^^^H 


451. 508. 543: iv. 64. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H MorcluintB'Hosmtalcf. i. IS.S. 


Upperkirkcrate of. i. 4;j. 125. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Monastorv of CarmBlite up 


Women's HoBoital of. i. 125. ^^H 


^^^^^■' Wh,t^ ^m-A 


Woolman-bill of. i. 29. 43. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


Old. BishoD Dnnbar-R Hr>»- ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^B "'■ 


Dital of. i. 28. 152. 155. 156. ^^H 


^^^^^^B Black Friars of. i. 60. 201. 272. 


CbanoDn'of.i.l52.15R. ^^H 


^^^^^^H. 


335:iii. 163. 4^5. ^^M 


^^^^^^^B l-Vannisran op 


Ciianlaiii's Close oil i. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Grav IViars o£. 6i). 200. 214r 


^^M 


^^^^^H 


Colleire Bounds of. i. ^^H 


^^^^^^B 


^^H 


^^^^^M KVurs of- I. 2H. an. 2im. 204 - ... 


Crosaof. i. 152. 153. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Episcopal ralace ot; i. ^^H 


^^^^^^H JSarroTT VVfnd ot; L iii. 


28, 69, 151, 152, 310, 628. ^^H 



^^HP INDEX OF PLACES. ^^^H 


^VAberdeen, Old, Eospita] of St. Peter in, 


Aden, 116, 250, 404; ii. 159, 391, ^^^^H 


^m i 14S, 153, 154, 155, 158; iii. 130, 


407, 446; iii. 221, 222, 230; iv. ^^^^H 


^M 162; iv. 401, G95. 


33, 34, 35, ^^^^H 


^M Seaton of, i. 152. 


Adervick, see Hedderwick. ^^^^^H 


^H Snow Church of, Hi. 


AdiaU, i. 410. ^^^^H 


^M 161 ; iv. 485, 486. 


^^^^^1 


^1 Spittal of, i. 152. 


^^^^^1 


^B Trades' Hospital of, i. 156. 


Adthelnochorth, ii 279. ^^^^H 


^BAbeidonr, i. 113, 116; ii. 375, 377, 


Aikeinshill, ^^^^H 


^H 378, 379, 381. 444, 448; iii. 158, 


Aikio-brae, i. 185, ^^^^1 


^M 578; ir. 89, 105. 110, 388, 545, 


Ailhons-oroft, iv. 507, 512. ^^^^H 


^H 647, 650, 651. 


AiihoDsUll, i. 390 1 iv. 24, 70, 5B9, 592, ^^^^M 


^1 Pariflli of, i. 93, 97, 158, 216. 


^^^^^M 


^1 218, 220, 222, 224, 227, 228. 436, 


Ainzio, see Enzie. ^^^^^^| 


^P 442^t48 i ii. 120, 121, 373-382, 


Aird, Chapel at, i. GU. ^^^^^M 


^" 383; iii. 158; iv. 113—121, 651, 


Airdlawhill, iu. ^^^^H 


655, 669—679. 


Aimbath, ^^^^H 


Abergairdin, see Glengiirdeu. 


Akynnis-chil, ^^^^H 


^_ Abei^ldie, i. 24, 77, 78, 84, &41 ; ii. 


Alachio, ^^^^H 


^B 85 ; iii. 105, 222, 242, 305 ; iv. 


Alathane, ii. 315, 380, 433 ; iii. 81, 82, ^^^^H 


^1 373, 


167 iv. 22, 50, 51, 116, 411, 417. ^^^^1 


^M Ohapel at, i. •>41 ; ii. H5. 


421, 422, 423, 572. 578, 579, 678. ^^^^H 


^■Aberloiir,ii.290. 


^^^^H 


^H Parish of, ii. 147, 14H, 170, 




^H 280, 281, 282, 289—292. 


Aid Colmelly, i. 594, ^^^^H 


^B Abersnithock, i. 171. 


Aldecossen, Invor of, iv. 449 ^^^^^H 


^H Ch^at, i. 585. 


Aide CiDthi, i. ^^^^M 


^B Aboyne, i. 26, 37, 120, 498, 633 ; ii. 32, 


Aldgoic, ^^^^^1 


^H 33, 35, 48; iii. 66; iv. 340, 388, 


Aldinraif. iv. ^^^^^H 


^1 404, 405, 419, 422, S88, 701, 770. 


Aldin-alenn, ^^^^^^| 


^1 Pariah oCi. 85,216,217,219, 


AJdmad, i 187, 407; iv. 20, 23, 26, 557. ^^^^H 


^H 223, 225, 229, 633 ; ii. 32-36. 


Aldnagtoe, iii. ^^^^^H 


^M Aoaindendonald, iii 518. 


Aldnakest, iv. 468, 470. ^^^^1 


^r Actamfiirde, iv. 578. -^79. 


Aldnassaaoch, ii. ^^^^H 


Actanfort, iv. 576. 


Aldrochyn, ii. ^^^^^H 


Aotekebidy, iv. 419. 


Aldjnny, ^^^^H 


Aothmnre, iv. 745. 


Aleymnck, iv. ^^^^^^M 




Alford, i 84, 85, 89 ; iii. 458 ; iv. 392, ^^^^^H 


^H Adaayn, u. 303. 


^^^^^H 



^^^^^H INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^^^^H Airoi^, puriBh of; 


Arbecky, iii. 88. \ 


^^^^^^H 174, 178, 217, 219, 223, 225, 226, 


Arcbedlie, iu. 95, 102, 103, U?; iv. 


^^^^^^H 


422, 770. 


^^^^^^H 1»()— 147, 424, »86— 6d£>, 


Arcborthy, iii. 99. 


^^^^^^H 


Ard, iv. 66. 68, 69. 


^^^^^^^^1 Algargadyn, ii. 


Ardacb, i. 366, 367 ; ii. 106 ; iii. 558 ; J 


^^^^^^H 


559 ; iv. 760. 


^^^^^H 


Ardaiy, ii. 290. 


^^^^^H Atlanacoicb, i. 643 ; ii , 84 


Ardarge, iii. 50. 


^^^^^H 


Ardbangane, ii. 125, 127. 


^^^^^^^H Allane, see Ellon. 


Ardbrecb, iii. 345. 


^^^^^^H AUardes, m. 32, 87, 303, 560 iv. 41. 


Ardaonan, iii. 414. 


^^^^^^H AUerg, 


Ardebnk, i. 346. 


^^^^^^Hj Aloway, 


Ardecbillin, i. 145, 154. 


^^^^^^^H AJtachojlachau, iii. 


Apdefork, iii. 44, 46, 414. 


^^^^^^H iv. 546. 


Ardelach, ii. 377, 378, 379. 


^^^^^^^^^H AltoriD-allo-uethe-na-Camone, ir. 547. 


Ardendracht, L 289, 379, 380, 381, 


^^^^^^H Altersett, iii. 337 


382, 383, 408 ; ii. 354, 391, 442 ; 


^^^^^^H AUerlandis de Fovorne, iv. 


iii. 5, 15, 33, 42, 52, 64, 70, 91, 


^^^^^^^H 


103, 105, 119, 124, 126, 127, 128, 


^^^^^^H Altrie, i. 187. 400 ; ii. 423, 438, 


130, J88, 139, 153, 154, 260, 276, 


^^^^^^H 440 ; iv. 


305, 315, 335, 336, 418, 420, 448. 


^^^^^H Alra, i 159 318, 380. 


506, 507, 516, 519, 536. 


^^^^^H Faiishof,i. 97, 218,220,222, 


Ardgaich, iv. 371, 394. 


^^^^^H 310—317; iii. 159, 


Aidgathin, iv. 141, 142, 144, 416, 656, 


^^^^^H 587 


687, 688. ' 


^^^^^^H Anacbie, i. 398. 399; iT.22,42, 579, 560. 


Anlgith, i. 21 ; ii. 13 ; iii. 25, 26. 27, 


^^^^^^^^m ADdeiacroO, iii. 447. 


28, 30, 31 ; iv. 278, 475. J 


^^^^^^H Aadret, 


ArdglasBy, iv. 86, 88. k 


^^^^^^^^^H ADgnstoQue, 


Ardgtano, iiL 81, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 1 


^^^^^^H Anuit, i. 320, 321 iu. 54, 55, 57, 64, 


37, 38. 128. 1 


^^^^^^B 90, 260, 418, 


Ardgryne, iii. 289. | 


^^^^^^H 448, 516. 536, 589, 591, 592. 


Ardiffrie, iii. 126, 127, 140, 154. 1 


^^^^^^H 6t. Nioian's Cbapel at, i. 320. 


Ardin, iii. 159, 509. 


^^^^^^H Aqnmofat, 


ArdincrosB, ii. 59, 327. 


^^^^^H Aradoul, 


ArdiatiUliB, see Bohapm. 


^^^^^H Antie, 


Ardlacb, i. 199. 


^^^^^H Arbadj, i. 299 


Ardlair, i. 147, 622 ; iv. 468, 470. 486, 


^^^^^H Arbauchlaaz, iv. 



^^^^^1^ INDEX OF ^^1 


ArfJane, iy. 580. 


ArkeriiB, ^^^| 


Anllaw, iv. 647. 


Armabeide, ^^^1 


ArdlayhUl, iv. 120, Ul, 674, 670. 


Armagnttio, iv. 481. ^^^H 


ArtDetiin, i. 308 ; iii. 20, 3S, 39, 40, 


Armardicaim, ii. 427. ^^^| 


153, 156. 


Amage, i. 237, 305, 308, 316 ; ii. 353 ; ^^H 


Ardley, iii. 35, 566. 


Ui 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. H 15, ^^H 


Ardlogy, i. 193, 196, 197, 362, 494, 


16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 35. 39. ^^H 


495,497; ii. 418; iii. 59, 72, 129, 


158 ^^^1 


542, 543, 544, 545, 546, 547, 550 : 


Ameidly, ^^^H 


iv. 602. 


Amely, iv. 481. ^^^^^1 


-Ajdroachin, i. 145, 154. 


Ambrig, ^^^^^^^^H 


Ardniacbron, iii. 126, 127, 1-M), 156. 


Arntollie, ii. ^^^^^^M 


ArdinakoTTi, it. 86. 


Arobojk, ^^^^^^1 


Ardmakren, iv. 88. 


Arqahadlaw, iii, ^^^^^^1 


Ardmancbtar, ir. 652. 


Artjuhalye, ^^^^^^1 


Ardmedden, iii. 414. 


Arehballagh, iv. 141, 144, 688. ^^^H 


Ardmoir, iv. 678. 


Artamford, i. 276, 405, 406, 407 ; iv. ^^^| 


Ardmnrdo, iii. 423. 468 ; iv. 361, 441. 


^^H 


448, 773, 774. 


Artracb, iii. ^^^H 


Ardnabethy, iv. 82. 


Artroohie, iii. 92, 158. ^^H 


Ardnabo, iii. 258. 


Artraqohy, iii. 28, 30, 91, 150, 156, ^^^| 


Ardnelie. iii. 499, 505. 


^^H 


Ardo, ui. 71, 75. 


Aabacblacb, iv. 371, 394. ^^^| 


Arfoch, iiL 250, 257 ; iv. 25. 


Aficbogill, iii. 159. ^^H 


Ardonachyn, iii. 162. 


Asleed, L 475. ^^M 


ArdoB, Chapel at, i. 285. 


Aslowane, iv. 423. ^^H 


Ardoyne, i. 551; iii. 183, 385, 386, 


AfllowQ, i. 79, 84, 588 ; iv. 140. ^^H 


397, 398, 421, 443, 444, 445, 446, 


^^H 


447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 453 ; 


ABwaoly, ii. 1S2, 183. ^^H 


iv. 542. 


Athorb, ^^H 


Ardquhardliflb, iii. 23. 


Atnacb, ^^^H 


ArdqohoDqubare, iv. 220, 224, 225, 


Aucbad Modchor, iv. 548. ^^^| 


227. 278. 


Aachad-na-glerec, iv. 546. ^^^^H 


ArdflcheUy. iiL 162. 


Aachad Tocbe Tenme, iv. 546. ^^^^| 


Ardnfry, i. 390. 


Ancbanacby, l 15. 


Ardme, i. 119 ; iv. 521, 525, 526. 




Ardtroehy, i. 363, 391. 


Ancbanasy, ii. 242; iii. 381. 


Ardwyne, iv. 179, 180, 308, 


Auohanyoncbe, iL 132, 133, 228, 241. 


Arieborne, iii. 176. 


242. 



^^^^H INDEX OF ^ 


^^^^^^H AoolianiTa, iii. 140. 


Auohiahove, ii, 40 ; iii. 52, 64, 90, 94, 1 




126, 170, 276, 383, 448, 449, 561, 1 


^^^^^^H 


563, 589. J 


^^^^^^H 


Anchinbovia, u. 238. ^^J 


^^^^^^^^B Aucbeacnff, i. 


ADchinleck, i. 187 ; ii. 43g. 440. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H AacheaDS, ii. 145. 


Aacbinleisch, iii. 124. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Aucherb, i!. 438, 440 ; Iv. 


Atichinleithe, iv. 315. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Ancbinloiche, iii. 327. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Anolieniy, 


Aachinmenny, iv. 414. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H Aachiries, i. 438, 439, 451, 452, 453, 


AnchiDqahillater, iL 88. 91. ^^^B 


^^^^^^H 


AncbinachogUl, ii. 350. 852, 353, 355 ; V 


^^^^^^H Anchgwhal, 


iii. 126, 507. ■ 


^^^^^H AncfaidHe, W. 




^^^^^^P Anohillim, iv. 




^^^^^1 Anchmbady, ii. 310; iii. 54-2, 586 ; iv. 


423, 458, 459, 537, 582 ; tr. 141, U 


^^^^^B 


143, 144, 332. ^^J 


^^^^^H 


Aachiiitiiiii, iv. H8. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Aachinchogill, 


Anchinraird, iii. 34. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H AnchiQclocht, 


Auchiovene, iv. 220. 224, 225, 227, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H AuchinoroBs, 


239, 278. ■ 


^^^^^H Anchinomve, i. 322 ; iii. 73, 70, 558, 559. 


Anchiry, iii. 121. 122, 123, 124. 126. 1 


^^^^^^H Anchindaner, 


Aucbkebidy, iv. 341, 396. J 


^^^^^^^^^H Anchindanery, 


Ancbkn, i. 484. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Anchindaaeniy, 


Anchleck, i. 339. 349, 350 ; iii. 59, 72, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


75 ; 17. 20, 23, 28, 53. ^^H 


^^^^^^^B Anchindellen, 


AuDblQtbin, i. 395 ; iii. 147, 150. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^ Anchindetb, 250. 


Anohlenchry, i. 289, 379, 380, 382 ; iti. ^^M 


^^^^^^^P Aocliiiidoir, iii. 304; W. 224, 


^^M 


^^^^^^^B 


Ancblevin, i. 551 ; iii. 102, 396. 397, ^^% 


^^^^^^^1 parisho^i. 90,106,216,217, 


398, 399, 448 ; iv. 525, 526. 


^^^^^^^P 225, 230, 613, 614; 


CbapeUt, i. 550. 


^^^^^^Hf 139 


Anchlewyiie,iT. 179, 180. 


^^^^^^H 


AncbliG, ii. 445 ; iv. 24. 


^^^^^^H AucbindowD, 12, 649 ; 


Anchline, iii. 378, 380, 382, 394 ; iv. 


^^^^^^H 


110, 486, 487. 497, 498, 501. ■ 


^^^^^H Aucbindrein, i. 643 ii. 84, 86, «38, 


AnchlosBin, i. 26, 78, 635; iii. 62. 64, 1 


^^^^^^H AnohiDGchlach, 


89,04,103, 126, 170, 193, 260. 1 


^^^^^■^ AuchinbaglyB, U. 214, 215. 


276, 335, 384, 418, 448, 449, 5UJ, ■ 


^^^F Anchinbive, i. 78, 635. 


533,561,563,591. ■ 



^^^^P INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^V AachlQwn, iv. 25, 657. 


Aocknaliyle, ii. 307. ^^^^^^^| 


^^P Anchlnn, u. ^77, 381 ; ir. 388. 


AnclinBmonze, iii. ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^^ Anchltmiea, i. 265. 


Aachuorie, iv. ^^^^^^^| 


P AQcmaniart, i. 12 ; ii. 278. 


AuohnasUnk, il 460, 461. ^^^^^^^ 


L Anchmachar, i. 187 ; ii 433, -438. «0 ; 


Aacluutwiii, iii. 143. ^^^^^^^H 


^^ iv. 23, 28, 657. 


Ancbuoif, iv. 393. 394, 399. ^^^^^H 




AnchnivQ, i. 199, 334, 338, 345, 346, ^^^^^H 


^^1 AachmaclDdy, ii. 377, 378. 381 ; iv. 


73, 74, 411, 468. ^^^^^H 


^^H 88, 388. 


AncUniwnyel, ii. 438, 440. ^^^^^^H 


^^H AucbiQaco7, i 361, 362, 363, 366; 


Auchnoale, 351. ^^^^^^H 


^^H iii. 53, 8C, 89, 90, 91, 'J2, 431 ; iv. 


Aacbokie, i. 640. ^^^^^^H 


^^H 


Auchorek, i. 540; ti. 134, 135; 327, ^^^^^^H 


^^H Chapel at, i. 361. 


470, 47] ^^^^^^H 


^^H Hospital at, i. 361; iii. 321, 


^^^^^^H 


^^V 516, 536, 553, 560, 561. 


Aachorthie, i. ^^^^^^H 


Anclunadics, ii. 278, 


Anchorties, i. 265, 260, 273, 334 ^^^^^^H 


Anchmair, i. 616 ; iii. 391. 


149, 251 ; iii. 60, 61, 258, ^^^^^^H 


Aaohmaledy, ii. 432 ; iv. 22. 


388, S89, 482 ; iv. 351, 853, 583, ^^^^^^H 


Anchmanye, iii. 430 ; iv. 487, 489. 


^^^^^H 


Auchmuoliche, iii. SS7. 


Aucboary, u. 44. 45. ^^^^^H 


Ancbmedden, L 444, 445, 446, 447; 


Aucbqahamie, ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^m ii. 380, 381; ui. 167; iv. 570, 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


Anchqnbennanye, ^^^^^^^H 


^^^^F Apchmill, iv. 423. 


Aacbquboynie, ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^^ Ancbmolyn, iii. 165. 


Aacbqabyrtdn, iii. ^^^^^^^H 


f Anchmor, ii. 45. 


Aaciiqnboroby, I 540 ; iii, ^^^^^^^H 


L Anohmnll, iii. 242, 243, 244. 


Anobqwottrie, ii. 445. ^^^^^^^H 






^^m Aachmjllaiie, iv. 219, 227, 255, 278, 


AacLratby, 417 ir. 556. ^^^^^^H 


^^1 


Aacbredie, iii. ^^^^^^H 


^^^1 Anchmyln, i. 231. 


Aocbredv, see New Deer, Parieh of. ^^^^^^H 


^^H Anchnacant, iiL 117; iv. 418, 422, 


^^^^^H 


^^H 




^^H Anclinagat, i. 407; ii. 432; iv. 22, 


AacbHny, i. 240 ; iL 403, 405. ^^^^^^H 


^^H 


Ancbroddy, ^^^^^^H 


^^^1 Anchnagortb, iv. 677. 


Ancbroiue, i. 252 ; iii 327, 329. ^^^^^H 


^^H Ancbnahamparia, iii. 33, 230, 299, 487, 


Aucbry, i. 460, 473, 474, 475; ui. 159, ^^^^^^| 


^^H 490; iv. 626. 


509, 542 ; 120, 444, 674, 750, ^^^^^^H 


^^H Aacbnabnf, iii. 52, G4, 90, 94, 126, 170. 


^^^^^H 



^^^^^P INDEX OF PLACES. 


■ 


^^^^^^ AnohBoheUow, iii. 126, 127. 


AoheUt, i. 407. 


^^^^^H 


^^^^ AaobstnokiB, I 237 ; iv. 612. 


Anhethaa, i.407iii. 442. 


^^^^1 


^^^^^^^ Anchtor»nie, li. 10, 11, 12 ; m, 53, 257, 


Auhetherb, i. 407 ; ii. 442. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^K 553 iv. 445, 446. 447. 


Auldbray, iv. 575. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H Aaohtorcuill, ii. 59 iv. 361, 445, 446. 


Anldcaas, iii. 335. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^^ Aucbterdurris, iii. 


Anldcraig, iii. 438, 454. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^ AnahtereUon, i. 21, 307, 308, 318, 319 ; 


Anldiaulda, iii. 355. 


^^^H 


^^H iii. 17, IS, 27, 28. 41, 42, 43, 49, 


Aaldknoi, ii. 432. 


^^^H 


^^^t^^ 66, 80, 340, 421, 551, 563. 


Auldleslie, iv. 507, 509,511. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H Anchterfon], i. 


Aoldmad, ii. 438, 440. 


^^^^1 


^^^^^^H Auchterbonse, iii. 135, 136, 168, 232, 


AuldnaieiBt, iv. 780. 


^^^^1 


^^^^^H 


Auldquhat. ii. 433 ; iv. 578, 579. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H Anchterles^ 


Auldvanyche, iv. 665. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H 64, 90, 572 


Anraehal], iv. 99, 


^^^1 


^^^^^^H Parish of, i. 


Anskallocht, iv. 423. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H 145, 158, 218, 220, 222, 224, 229, 


AoBslono, iv, 144. 


^^^^^ 


^^^^^^H 505—508, 561 


Anthie, i. 422. 


^^^^M 


^^^^^^^^B AncIiteiTony, i. 231. 


Avach, iv. 115. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 ii. 445. 


Avereweythoek, iii. 504, 505. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^H 


Avyrhillie, iv. 144. 


^ 


^^^^^^H Aachtigid], 17. 


Awdj, iv. 320. 


1 


^^^^^^^H Anchtntonzell, iv. 


Awne, ForeBta del, i. 122 ; ii. 146, 


273. 1 


^^^^^^H Aacht^doDald, i. 159, 404, 413 ; ii. 445. 




1 


^^^^^^H ~ 446 iv. 24, 25, 


Baad CiiBiSKiE, ii. 8, 


1 


^^^^^^^H Anchyauch, iv. 


Bacheria, iv. 416, 417. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H Auohyeocht, iv. 


Backhill, iv. 39. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H Anohynaiiie, ii. 242. 


Badaracb, iii. 294, 300. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^H AnchynlowD, iii. 77, 78, 93. 


Baddenapetis, iv. 144. 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Anchynmare, 


BaddinBCoth, iu. 572. 


^ 


^^^^^^H 


Baddiacoller, iv. C76. 


1 


^^^^^^H Andache, see Haddo. 


Baddyoyoiie, i. 613 ; iv. 219, 227, 


^^m 


^^^^^^H Audehan. i. 


278. 




^^^^^^H 


Badenscotb, L 507, 508. 


^^^1 


^^^^^^V Andiale, i. 457, 458; 61, 62, 64, 


Badevin, iv. 686. 


^^^H 


^ 


Badforeky, ii. 438, 44(1 ; iv. 20, 23 


2ft, V 


^^H AnglmistaikB, ii. 263. 


557. 


1 


^^H^^ Anhadlie, i. 322. 


BadfotLellis, aoe Pitfoddels. 


1 


^^^^^H AnliiJcorty, i. 408. 


Badichale, i. 504; ii. 332, 377. 378, 


i79. 1 


^^^^^H AnhoraDthia, i. 407. 


BadieclieUB, North, iii. 415. 


J 



^^I^^^H INDEX OF FLACES. ^^^^ 


1 BadifniTow, i. 582, .183 ; iv. 507, 512. 


Bairuthachy, iii. 363, 365. ^^^^^H 


Badinfuir, ii. 359. 


Balgeirso, ^^^^^H 


Badinly, iv. 423. 


^^^^^H 


Bftdintoy, iii. 535. 


Batgownie, i. 151, 154, 231, 352 ; ^^^^^H 




63.67, 153, ^^^^^H 


Badiwne, iv. 140, 145, 14t;. 


288 399, 485. ^^^^^H 


Badnagir, ii. 232. 


Bridge of, see Dot), Bri'd^ of. ^^^^^^^^| 




Balgrauny, iv. ^^^^^H 


Badoroaky, i. 189; ii. 417. 


Balhagartic, i. 116, 538, 539; iii. rjS, ^^^^^H 


Badrena. i. 258. 


54, 374, 375, 37t;, 440: iv. .'iO?. ^^^^^H 


BftdyoaiBB, iiu 552, 553. 


^^^^H 


Bftidi8 0fCollane,ii.3?l. 


Balhangy, ^^^^^H 


Bftilliestoiui, iii. 226, 242, 243, 244, 316. 


Ballielvy, iv. ^^^^^H 


BaWehill, iii. 572. 


Balkanie, iv. 384. ^^^^^H 


B«kie%, ii. »96. 


Baikery, iv. 4C1. ^^^^^H 


Baky, iii. 121. 122. 123, S13, 514, 515 ; 


Ballacb, ^^^^^H 


iv. 66, 67, 69. 


Ballacb-Bui, 78, 642. ^^^^^H 


Balbedf, ii. 30. 


BoUaclagaa, ii. ^^^^^H 


Bdbitbai], i. 574 ; iii. 85, 227, 424, 


Ballantorre, iv. ^^^^^H 


425 i iv. 507, 512. 


Ballater, ^^^^^H 


Balblair, iii. 71. 


BaUcomie, iii. ^^^^^H 


Balcarne, iii. 413, 415, 416. 


Balldomiu, iv. 548. ^^^^H 


Balcham, iii. 363, 365 ; iv. 88. 


Ballebeg, iv. ^^^^^H 


Balohemy, iv. 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 


Ballebrody, ^^^^^H 


753. 


BaUekadlach, iv. ^^^^^H 


Baloliirie,i. 615; iv. 460, 462. 


Ballinaboith, iv. ^^^^^H 


BalowBj.iii, 405; i v. 519, 623. 


Ballinbreicb, i. 595 ; iii. 553, 554; iv ^^^^^^H 


1 Baloroy, ii. 263. 


319, 320. 321, 324, 325, 332, 335. ^^^^H 


^Kldalcroea, iv. 382, 411, 412, 421, 422, 


Ballindache, iU. 53, 210, 224, 225, 460. ^^^^^H 


^K^123. 


Ballindeoe, 606 iv. 330. ^^^^^^| 


^H^ftl^ii^ >•' 11Q> 117^. IIS. 134,140. 


Ballinderaue, iv. ^^^^H 


Baldevin, iv. 423- 


Balliudoche, ^^^^^H 


Baldulay,iv. 580. 


BaUingall, iv. ^^^^H 




iv. 481. ^^^^^H 


Balemore, i. 78. 


Ballintamores iv. 211*, ^^^^^H 


Balfini?, i. 79, 587. 


Ballintobir, ^^^^^H 


Bdlfosk, iii. 503. 


Ballnamene, ^^^^^H 


'^m Balfonr, i. 147 ; ii. 76 ; iv. 410, 423, 


Ballobeg, ^^^^^H 


^B 426, 485. 


Balloohbegy, W. ^^^^^H 



10 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Balloorag, iv. 475. 
Ballogie, i. 636 ; ii. 38. 

see Tillysnanglit. 

Ballqnhorsk, iii. 504, 505. 

Ballnmby, iiL 139, 166, 167. 

Balmacalye, iii. 51 ; iv. 22. 

Balmacatbill, i. 360. 

Balmacloyclif iii. 26. 

Balmacoj, iii. 27, 48, 149. 

Balmad, iii. 193, 260, 335, 340, 385, 

418,448,533,537,651. 
Bahnadj, i. 231 ; iii. 165, 167. 
Balmak, i. 467. 

BalmakelUe, iii. 244 ; iv. 578, 679. 
Balmalj, i. 286. 
Balmalyne, iii. 506. 
Balmane, iv, 320. 
Balmariot, iL 263. 
Balmatnthyll, iii. 140, 183. 
Balmire, iv. 24. 
Balmoral, i. 641 ; iL 86, 89, 91. 

Chapel at, i. 641 ; ii. 86. 

Balmowto, iii. 336. 

Balmolo, iv, 319. 

Balmnre, ii. 434; iv. 66, 67, 68, 69, 

70, 437, 689, 690, 591, 592, 693. 
Baloaboofch, i. 147 ; iv. 219, 227, 265, 

277. 
Balnacraig, i 635 ; iL 33, 36 ; iii. 20, 

21, 38, 39, 288, 335, 620. 
Balnadallaoh, L 11 ; iL 292, 294, 295, 

296, 300. 
Balnadodyl, ii. 43, 46. 
Balnagask, L 261 ; iiL 250. 
Balnageats, iiL 669. 
Balnaglak, iv. 476. 
Balnakeddil, iii. 82, 83, 93. 
Balnakeley, iv. 322, 823, 324 326, 327, 

328, 329, 



Balnanthil, L 390. 

Balnerosk, L 686. 

Balnonrel, Chapel at, L 642 ; iL 84. 

Balquhain, L 79, 90, 628, 630, 637, 
641, 663 ; iii. 35, 37, 63, 64, 89, 
106, 116, 161, 167, 186,260, 276, 
278, 279, 305, 316, 836, 371, 372, 
376, 876, 877, 378, 381, 382, 408, 
418, 424, 471, 686 ; iv. 632. 

Balqnhathie, iii. 669. 

BalqahoUy, i. 21, 464, 466, 466 ; iii. 
20, 128, 611. 

Balqolioiiie, iv. 266, 277. 

Balqnhom, iii. 268. 

Balquhynnochie, iiL 169. 

Balskamsy, iiL 166. 

Balvack, L 170, 171. 

St. Mary's Chapel at, L 686. 

Balvanie, L 11, 12, 16, 72, 123, 136, 
649 ; ii. 258, 266, 266, 257, 266, 
290 ; iii. 204, 210 ; iv. 116. 

Balvirie, iiL 88, 116. 

Balwoley, iii. 122. 

Banakettill, i. 120. 

Banatncb, iii. 71. 

Banchory, L 266, 266 ; iii. 667. 

Campana S. Terrenani de, ii. 

63. 
^ St. Deveniok or Nether Ban- 
chory, i. 77, 78, 200, 268, 269, 
270, 271, 272 ; iiL 113 ; iv. Ill, 
11 2. 

Parish of, L 72, 85, 

141, 145, 157, 215, 218, 221, 223, 
226, 264-274 ; iiL 253-288. 
St. Teman, or Upper Ban- 
chory, L 26 ; iL 61, 62, 64. 

Parish of, L 25, 38, 41, 

72, 77, 216, 218, 219 228, 226, 



^^^P INBGX OF PLACES. 11 


^V 294, 616, 562, 087-639; ii. 50-67. 


Barrancb de Bonrty, iii. 33, 103. l5l, 


■ 119, 120, 121, 122, 123. 


221, 418, 419, 421, 450, 477, 530. 


^ S»dlie, iv. 140, 145, 146, 68fi. 


Barrauobt, i. 117. 


Bandowie, iiL 225. 


Barre, ii 410, 420, 426, 427. 


BaaO, I 17. 18, 35, 70, 107, 123. 127, 


Barrie, i 187. 


146,199, 477; ii. 111. 128. 129, 


Baas of iDvemry, i. 126, 127, 583. 


130, 131, 234, 312, 327, 369, 370; 


Bttwbegno, iii. 47. 


iii. 34, 435, 443. 512, 524, 530. 


Bawdene, iv. 350, 353, 365, 302. 


Castle of, ii, 112, 113. 114, 


Bawhinti, iv. 325. 


130, 315. 


BaybuBh, iii. 414. 


Forest of, ii. 109, 410. 


BaybuES. ii. 443. 


Hospital at, ii. 114. 


Beggisley. iv. 308. 


Monastery of Carmolito or 


Beginge,iv.317. 


White Friars in, L 69, 205 ; ii. 


Begiahill, iii. 512, 680. 


114, 115. 


Be^nnand, iv. 057. 


Fnmciscan or Gray Friara in, 


Beildestoon, iv. 361, 678, 745. 


i. 69,205. 


BeUty, i. 118. 


Monacastride, iii. 581. 


Beriflat, iv. 423. 


Parish of, i. 216. 218, 220, 


Belache, ii. 232, 234. 


■222, 225. 227, 228, 645-646; ii. 


Belcora,iii. 534; iv. 382, 7/1. 


59, 110-135. 


Beldestone, i. 112. 




Beldomie, i. 129 ; ii. \H1, 1H3. ^^^^H 


Baqnharis, iii. 82. 


Boldygordooe, ^^^^H 


Baqnlunie, iv. 541. 


Beledy, ^^^^H 


Barolfiy, iii 390. 


Belfedy, ii. ^^^^1 


BarglftBsy.iv. 341,401,419. 


Belhetvie, i. 116, 234, 286, 288, 396 i ^^^^1 


Bannekiii, The, L 619. 


^^^^H 


Barohill, iii. 67. 


Berday, ^^^^^| 


Bames, i. 118, 550, 551 ; iii. 193. 260, 


BouevUie, i. 2U9. ^^^^^M 


335, 341, 374, 375, 387, 398. 400, 


Farishof, 88, U5, 1,57. -ilo, ^^^^^| 


401, 418, 552. 


218, 219, 223, 224, 229, 285-291 ; ^^^^M 


Banietoiin, iii. 383. 


^^^^^M 


Barra, i. 23, 359, 564; iv. 20, 29, 


Thanedom of, ^^^^^| 


557. 


289 ; iiL 334, 335, 336. ^^^^H 


St. John's Cbapel at, L 564. 


Bolhiuti, iv. ^^^^H 


Barrak, L 406 ; i». 22, 


Beltabeg, i. 616, 617 255. ^^^^1 


Draidical Templa nt, i. 40C. 


Bellie, Parish of, ii. 152, 267-274. ^^^^H 


Barrackseat, iv. 39, 564, 566. 


St. Hinian'ti Chapel in, ii. 267. ^^^^H 


Bturaae, iiL 564, 570. 


Belnaboddacb, L 616. ^^^^H 





I^^H 


^^^^^P 12 OF ^^^^^1 


^ Belnaboth, iv. 449. 


Bishop's Ijocb, see Loch Goul. ^^^^| 


^^^^H Chapel 


BiBhopstOD, iii. 210. ^^^H 


^^^H Belnaglak, ii. 184. 


Bithiae, ^^^1 


^^^H Belsise, iii. 1S5. 


Bitht,iii.510. ^^^1 


^^^B fielteis, iii. 32, 306, 340. 


Blachele, ^^^| 


^^^^1 Belthom&r, iv. 2(>5. 


Blaohrie, i. £04 ; ii. 332 ; iii. 41?. ^^^| 


^^^m BeIwo88, i. 


Blackbonk, ii. 312; iii. 127. ^^^| 


^^^P Beoachard, i. 


Blackeboggya, iv. 716. ^^M 


^^^B Benacragie, L 78. 


Black Deltfes, ii. 371. ^^H 


^^^H Bencb^e, Foresta de. iv. 716. 


Blackfanld, ii. 396. ■ 


^^^H Beudache, 


Blackfurd, i. 607, 508 ; iU. 563, 572. \ 


^^^H Beuochie, Foreet of, i. 90, r.SS ; Hi. 


BlackhiU!, i. 583 ; ii. 68 ; iii. 14, 65. 78, J 


^^^H 382. 406, 440 ; iv. S2<;. 


103, 151, 340, 342, 407, 448. 450, J 


^^^H Benrinnes, ii. 257. 


470, 474, 475, 476, 616, 519, .551, 1 


^^^H BeovellB, ii. 438, 441. 


557, 561, 590, 592. M 


^^^H Benwalls, i. 


BlackhUI, i. 252 ; iii. 329. ^^M 




Btackhooae, ii. 441; iii. 419; iv 589. ^^H 


^^^H Berriebra, iv. 636. 


BlBckinchea, iii 388. ^^H 


^^^M Berriebilla, iii. 168, 160. 


Blacklands, iii. 239. ^^H 


^^^B Betbelnio, i. 560, 562 ; iii. 71, 412, 414. 


Blackmiddingia, iv. 4ti5. ^H 


^^H See Meldram, Parish of. 


Black MoiBS, ii. 371. ^^H 


^^■> Betbt, iii. 244. 


Blackmyll, ii. 13 ; iv. 445, 446. ^^^ 


^^^B Benfort. ir. 


Black Myre, ii. 371. 


^^^1 Bidben, iv. 546, .>47. 


BUcktoun, i. 483, 487; iii. 525, 534, 


^^^L Biffie, i. 187 ; ii. 439, 440 ; iv. SO, 23, 


535, 542, 557; iv. 88, 382, 411, 


^^^K 


412,413,416,421,422,423, 770. 


^^^^^ 


Blackwatter, iv. 598. 


^^^^B 


Blackwod, iii. 527- ^^J 


^^^H Birkenbog, I 17, 122. 644 ; ii. 95. 


Blngaracfa, iii, 417. ^^H 


^^^H Birkball, i. 040. 


Blair, ^^M 


^^^V Birkinbrewill, iv. 317. 


Blnircbellie, iv. 422. ^^H 


^^^H Birkinbnrn, ii. 149, 242, 250. 


Blairdaff, i. 540 ; iii. 387, 388, 389, 1 


^^^H Birnea, i.362, 363 ; iii, 4,31,49,50,192. 


470; iv. 851.353. J 


^^^^^^^ Biree, i. 25, 76, 77, 78, 120, 147 -, 


Btairdynny, iii. 370, 380, 38:^. | 


^^^^^^K 80 


Blair£ndie, i. 11 ; ii. 296, 300. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Birse, Puish of, 36, 145, 158, 217, 


Blairfoiill, iii. 63, 67- ^^H 


^^^^^^H 223, 229. 634 1 ii. 


BlainuBcog&mgor, i. 296 ; iii. 337. ^^^^ 


^^^^^^H 406 


Blairmormond, i.430; Ui. 158; iv. 1 


^^^^^H 


102, 103, 635, 636, 649. 1 



^^V INPES OF PLACES. ^^M 


^^^^B BlairqnliaiTage, W. f>36. 


Bog.of.Gicht, i. 14, 519; li. 118, 269, ^^H 




271 ; Ui. ^^M 


^" Blairachilie.iv. 770. 






Bogne of Moontblaiiy. ii. 311, ^^H 


Blairtonne, i- 120, 289; Hi. 47, L*i2, 


Bogy, iii. 378, 380 ; ir. 490. ^^H 


361. 


Bogya-cheUocht. iv. 538, 539. ^^H 


B]a]ok,ii. 8; iv. 218. 210, 2b:,, -277. 


Boharm, ii. 265, 270, 275, 270. ^^H 


278, 739. 


CapoUa de, iL 147, 279. ^^H 


Blalthangy, iv. 674. 


Pariahof,i.l23;ii.U7.148, ^^H 


Blarbory, i. 338. 


151, 152, 275-286. ^^H 


Blarbathe, i. 337. 


Bo 


ggoeies, iv. 309. ^^H 


BlarecheUe, iv. 418. 


Bo 


ghead, iv. 317, 565, 566. ^^^M 


Blarequhelle, iii. 117. 


Bo 


ginjose, iii, 225 ; iv. 309. ^^^| 


BUria, i. 296 ; iii. 342. 


Bo 


gis, iv. ^^^1 


Blarkerocche, ii. 71. 


Bo 


gBtoan, iv. ^^^^| 


Blexboig, ii. 445. 


Bo 


gsyd, ii. 445. ^^^1 


Blodie Pota, i. 101 ; ii. 312. 


Bolgy, iv. 380. ^^^H 


Bochamye, iv. 115. 


Bolqnham, iv. 219, 327. ^^^H 


Bochram, ii, 257, 2G5. 


BomakUly, ii. 433, 442, 443. ^^^H 


Boddom, i. 4U, 418 ; iii, 208, 409 ; iv- 


Bonabonyeon, iii. 127. ^^^H 


143, 589. 


BoQgBdwort, iv. 979, 731. ^^^1 


Bodichaill, iv. 047. 


BonoiebiJtock, iii. 415. ^^^H 


Bodindeweiil, i. 78. 


Bounzatonne, iv. 135, ^^^H 


Bog&irly, i. 237 ; iii. 215, 218. 


Bonyntoim, iii. 33, 35, 303, 378, 379, ^^^| 


Bogfecchill, iii. 72, 75. 


429, 440. ^^^1 


Bo^ochel, i. 145, U2, 349, 3M, 


Boquban, iv. 475. ^^^H 


Bogftirr, iii. 482. 


Boqahorn, iv. 233. ^^^H 


Boggs, iu. 400 i iv. 513, 


fiord, iii. 302. ^^H 


Chapel at, i. 285, 


Borflatt, iv. 316. ^^H 


Boghedis, iii. 239. 


Borrowbaach, iv. 239. ^^M 


Boghola, see RoaehaU. 


Borrowley, iii. 31, 37. ^^M 


Bogholrae, Iii. 468. 


Botarie, Parish of, ii. 133, 147, 148. ^^M 


Begin, Chapel at, i. C31. 


149, 150, 151, 156, 157, 162, 163, ^^M 


BogiBlyes, iii. 225. 


179, 186-188 ; ir. 64, 567. ^^M 


Boglngy, ii. 238. 


Bothelnyia, iii. 7. ^^^H 


BogmochiU, ii. 329. 


BothmacaJy, iv. 50, 116. ^^^H 


Bogrtothill, i. 504 ; ii. 271, 


Botlmagoah, ii. 393. ^^^^H 


1 Bognie, i. 520 ; ii. 324. 


Bothum, ^^^^^^^1 


1 Chftpel at, i. 51!t. 


^^^^^^1 



^^^^1 14 INDEX OF PLACES. 


^^^^^B Botriffny, Parish oi; L 


Braco, i. 528; iii. 471, 472, 473, 474; 


^^^^^1 148, 170, 2^3, 280, 281, 262, 292. 


iv. 110. 


^^^^^H Botwaglacb, iv. 


Chapel at, i. 527. 


^^^^^1 


Bradelaw, iii. 127. 154. 


^^^^^H Bonruhill, 


BradfoDFd, iii. S96. 


^^^^^H Boortie, i. 121); iii. 14, 64, 90, 


Bradhaach, iv. 423. 


^^^^^H 264, 360, 416, 417, Hb, 450, 477, 


Brae, iii. 395. 


^^^^^H 50i, 505, 519, 536, 590, S\il, 592 ; 


Braemar, i. 35, 36. 76, 78, 84, 86, 119 ; 


^^^^^H iv. 486, 525, 


ii. 87. 91 i iv. 236, 275, 74S, 744, 


^^^^^^K Puishor, i. 87, 89, 91, 218, 


747. 


^^^^^1 220, 225, 230, 563-568; iii. 416- 


Dnke'a Castle at, I 643. 


^^^^^H 


Braemar, Pariah of i. 36, 70, 73, 85, 


^^^^^H Bontre, 


86, 170, 178, 217, 219, 223, 225, 


^^^^^1 


229, 641-643 ; ii. 82-93 ; iv. 694. 


^^^^^1 


Braichlie, i. 640. 


^^^^^^^^H Bownee, see Slaina. 


Braidfl-chaw, iv. 219, 227, 255, 278. 


^^^^^H Chapel at, L 376. 


Braikeahill, iv. 48. 


^^^^^H 


Brakania, iv. 417. 


^^^^^H Bojndie, i. 200 ; !i. 


Brakhall, ii. 238. 


^^^^^B Boyndie, Pariah of, i. 122, 220, 222, 


Braklaw, i. 351 ; iii. 59, 7i. 


^^^^^1 225, 227, 228, 646, 647; 59, 


Braklawmoir, iv. 88. 


^^^^^1 


Brakoara, iv. 88. ^^^^^^ 


^^^^^■1 Boyndie, iii. 206, 207 ; iv. 308. 


Braky, iii. ^^^^^H 


^^^^^B Bojne, 17, 


Braland, ^^^^^H 


^^^^^" ii. 118, 130, 182, 133, 146, 329; 


Brarodach, iii. 347. ^^^^^B 


iii. 307, 371, 465, 472, 530, 538, 


BmwlinglcQOW, Chapel at, ii. 173, ^H 


580. 


^M 


Castle of, i. 647 : ii. 116. 


Bray, iv. 542. ^H 


Eural Deanery of, i. 69, 216, 


Breadhauche, iv. 141, 143. ^H 


218. 


Brecachath, i. 172. ^H 


Thanedom of, ii. 118, 131, 


Brechulath, i. 337. ^^^^H 


132. 


^^^^^M 


Boynlie, i. 449, 450,451. 




BrabaBtormire, iv. 76. 


Bredda, i. 79, 587. ^^^^H 


Bracbenoch, Cuetodia de, i. 510, 511, 


Brekancbe, iv. Ill, 112. ^H 


512, 51-5, 517. 


Litill, iv. 106. ^H 


Bracblie, iv. 538. 


Brekkereth, i. 336. ^^M 


Bmokbillock, iii. 559. 


Brakor, U. 521 ; iv. 388. ^H 


Brackoi, I 411. 


Vor, iii. 521 ; iv. ye, 122, 388. *^M 



INDEX OF PLACES. ^^^^| 


Brekrar, iii. 273. 


^^^^^^1 


Brenin, ij. 301, 303. 


Brantonn, iv. ^^^^^^^^| 


Bretone de Cartestonc, iiJ. 419. 


Bnmtetone, ^^^^^H 


Bridistonne, iiL 513 ; iv. 67, 68. 


Bnitberfeild, iT. 542. ^^^^^H 


Brigend, IT. 316, 366, 367, 369, 423. 


Brnx, i. 79, 591 ; iiL 408, 510 ; iv. 314, ^^^^M 


Brigbian, iL 417. 


315, 318, 443, 419, 750, 751. ^^^^^H 




Brnxie, i. 187, 398, 399, 401, 406 ; ii. ^^^^^M 


Brighwch, ir. 326. 


438, 440 ; iv. 20, 21, 23, 28, 557. ^^^^^H 


Biinnie, i, 90, 660. 


^^^^^H 


Brintboiis, i 364. 


^^^^^^1 


BroadwardB, iil 559. 


Brydiswall, ^^^^^^| 


Broolajcht, ir. 578. 


Buchaam, L 616, ^^^^^^| 


BrodlBud, I 425, 426; W. 404, 594, 


Bachan, BaUera of, ^^^^^H 


B95. 


Bncbangy, L 408. ^^^^H 


Rattray, ii. 396; W. 77. 78. 


Bnchan-ness, i. 11, 20, 72 ^^^^^H 


^m_ ?»• 


^^^^^^H 


^HBrogane, i. 390, 394. 


Baohan, Rarel Deanery of, ^^^^^^H 


^K Leuk, ia 148, 149. 153. 


■^^^^H 


^^Brokald8,u. 367. 


Baohanatonne, L 119 ; iiL 449 ; iT. 521, ■^^^^^" 




542. 


Bronie, i. 309, 344. 349. 


Bnchragie,;. 17; ii. 116. 


Broomfield, iii. 37. 


Bncbrommys, iL 264. 


Broomhiil, I 476 ; iv. 22. 57!l. 


Bnck, iv. 166, 167, 393. 


Bronofanld, iv. 595. 


Buckie, L 648; iU, 648. 


Bronnliill, i. 475. 


Bucksbonm, i. 337. 


BrounBjde, iv. 588, 627- 


BQcksmoBS, i. 237. | 


Brovinhill, iv. 578. 


Baleake, ii. 154. i 


Broiraonthe, iiL 51 1. 


Bnlgeny, U. 377, 378. 


Broyinehill, U. 433. 


Bnlgny, ii. 381 ; it. 113, 388, 657. 


Bmoehill, ii. 438, 440. 


Bondya i. 638, 539. 


BnickhillB, iii. 572. 


Bnnzeoch, iT- 665. 


BrackhUlaeat, iii. .'59. 


Burcbia, iv. 158, 441. 


Bmoklaw, i. 19, 405, 40fi, 407, 411 ; 


Burghfield, ii. 396. 


IT. 50, 579, 698. 


Burgus-aet Stanis, iL 312, 


Brumehill, ili512; iv. 146, 147. 


BnrDcgaime, iii. 415, 


Bmrnshill, iv. 28. 




Branclull, i. 187. 


Baruehill, iv. 557. 


Bmnetiill, iv. 565. 


Bornend, iii. 50. 


Brnntbray, iL 432 ; it. 578, 579. 


Barnes, iii. 67. 



^^^^V INDEX OF ^^^^1 


^^^^^^V Baraeside. 


Cflirnbnlg, i. 19, 452; iv. 86, 88, M^^^B 


^^^^^^H iv. 464. 


99, 102, 103. 104, 645, 649. ^^M 


^^^^^^^H Bnrotack, iii. 


Cairn Corsae, i. 77. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Barntbnie, 22, 40. 


Cairndai, I 636. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Barrahili, iv. bSh, 588. 




^^^^^^^H 


Cainidmdiane, iv. 361. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Barrowlaads de Fnretoane, til. 239. 


Caime, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Burrowmyrc, 




^^^^^^H 


Cainiekempaie, iii. 158. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Cainies, i. 429, 430 ; iv. 684. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Buthany, ij. 


Cairaewicbiee, iv. 48. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Bnthu-gask, iii. 


Cairnfield, i. 151 ; iii. 175. ^^^| 


^^^^^^P BathUw, i. ; ii. 445 ; iv. 


Bee BalgoTraie. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^B- 


Cairngall, i. 413 ; ii. 433, 445 ; iii. 43^^ ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Buthny, 


454;iv. 24. ^^1 


^^^^^^^^V Bnthquhanyoqufaj', iii- 


Caimglas, ii. 394; iv. 77, 78, 79, 135, ^^| 


^^^^^V 


591, 595. ^^H 


^^^^^^^ 


Cairngorm, ii. 292, 299. ^^H 


^^^^^^ Bylb, i. 445, 489; li. iii. 483, 


Cairngormbeg, ii. 292. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 525, 527, 528, 530, 542 ; iv. 


CaiTDbill, i. 476 ; iii. 158. ^^H 


^^^^^H 116, 444, no. 


CairnhiUs, i!. 238. ^^H 




Caimlob. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H iv. 407. 


Cairnmamiii, i. 451. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H Cabrach, i. 15, iv. 16Q, 167. 18£l, 


Cairu-na-caimbne, ii. 85. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^B 748. 


CouTiorie, iii. 559. _^^^^^^^B 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H Pariah 


^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 148, 217, 223, 235, 230, 


Cairnelaw, ^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 615 616, 649; iv. 148, 460-466, 


CairntoDEe, il 117. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


Cairntradlin, iii. 167, 242, 241i, 244. ^^H 


^^^^^H CadgerTnird, ii. 


Cairntyesie of Artiage, iii. 23. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Cadgerhill, ii. 445. 


Caimwall, Hospital at, i. 642 : ii, 84. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Caetrin Stryp, ii. 


Caise, ^^1 


^^^^^H 


Caismilne, iv. 308. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Caikmald, iii. 


Caldbam, iii. 388. ^^H 




CaldwellB, iii. 33, 34, 35, 36, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H 


CaleDtar, iii. &3, 268, 324, 444. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Cairaborrow, 183 70. 


Calfoitye, ^^^^^^M 


^^^^^H Gaimbrogie, i. 336 


Calbay, ^^^^^^H 


I ^^^^^^1 



1 INDEX OF PLACES. 17 ^^| 


Calkenth, ii. 4il. 


Cariogie, iv. 627, 


CaUerto. i. 390. 


Carmnk, I 315; iu. 27, 28, 30. 31, 37. 


CalsaynjonthB, i. 77. 


123, lfi4. 


Calvalft, iu. 87. 


Carnabo, iii. 504, 505. 


Cslyivaar. i. 608. 


Carnahaid, i. 154. 


GOxebroche, iii. 5U. 


Camakerde, iii, 162. 




Carnavalage, i. 77. 


Cambnsnakeiat, ii. 88, 'J\. 


Carnavemu, i, 587 ; iii. 498, 499 ; W. 


Cwnby, ii. 73. 


141, 145. 416, 423, 656. 


Camdale, St. Bride's Chapel (it, ii. 306. 


Cambaono, iv. 22, 28. 


CamoBtone, i. 524. 


Carnbrogy, i, 261. 




Carobrowya, iii. 23ti, 


Camnay, see Kemnay. 


Carnoore, iv. 116. 


Camphel, i. 631; ii. 6, 38; iii. 320, 


Carncniter, i. 452. 


330. 


Carne, iv. 585. 


Camqahill, iv. 381, 


Carncbfttinocht, ii. 438, 440; iv. li>. 


Camrisilick, i. 299. 


552, 557, 1 


Canakyle. i. 25, 77, 78, Hfj, tW; ii 81. 


Caroecewt, iv. 334, j 


Caodallon, i. 311 ; iii. 5. 


Cameconly, iv. 331, 332, 333, 334, 


Canny, i. 26 j ii. 4, 5, 6, 52, -15, .il!. 


336. 


Canteilaud, iii. 128, 


Carnedard, iv. 423, 425. 


^^^Dapell Montbe, L 77, G40 


Carnedell, iv. 556. 


^■bpeltone, iv. U9. 


CarnehiU, i. 301, 304; iv. 417, 421. , 


^H^pndray, iii. 251 


422,423,771, 


^^■Capraatoane, iii. 197. 


CornelEtoDn, iii. 408. 


■ Caput, iii. 125, 150. 


Carnemoir, iv. 665. 


Caraldstoune, iii. 510. 


CaraeBS. iv. 82, 594, 595. 


Garden, iii. 98. 


Csrnetoune, iii. 350. 


Cardenaache, forest of, i. 404, 


Cametreilyeane, i. 112; iv. 678, 745. 


Cardene, iii. 447. 


Camfocbil, i 351 ; m. 59, 72, 75. 


Cardenys, i. 280 ; iii. 317, 328 


Cariiie, iii. 329 ; iv. 320. 


Cardnye, Ii. 40. 


Camie Motiiit, see Monnth. 


Cardonhill of Aruage, iii. 23. 


Camieriking, i. 451. 


Cardram, i. 337, 562 ; iii. 415. 


Canimuir, i. 453. 


CardsHUI, ii. 241. 


Carnomor, iv, 331. 

Carnousie, i. 22, 510, 513. ' 


Carinaloquhy, iv. 465. 


1 CariDgnsy, ii. 218. 


CarnonsBesth, ii. 216, i 


1 Carkinacbe, ii. 438. 


Carnonayifl, iii. 587. 


1 Carliiigdeii, iv. 423. 


Carnowne, i. 524. 







^^^^H LNBEX ^^^^H 


^ 


Chapel of Gariocb, iii. 440, 441 . ^^M 


^^H Carawrqwheis, iv. 21, 23. 


Parish of, iii. 369-3!)0, ^^H 


^^H Carnyly, iiJ. Ititi, 167. 


^^M 


^^B Carnjwbmge, iii. 621 ; iv. SO, 122. 


Cbapolhill, iii. 159, 160. ^^M 


^^H 


Cbappell, iii. 67. ^^H 


^^H CaiTon, U. 290, 291. 


Chappellhonse, iii. 415. ^^^^| 


^^H Carrylull, iv. 782. 


Cbappeltoo, iv. 566. ^^^| 


^^H Cartillbatigb, iv. 37. 


ChappeltoDiuDrumbhiit,i.476i iii. 512. ^^H 


^^H Catvie, 


Chapel at, i, 475. ^^M 


^^^H Carwecbin, iv. 605. 


de Esailmont. iii, 16, 17, 18, ^^H 


^^M Carwethin, Hi. 106, 512. 


^H 


^^^^^B Carynvyiiga, iv. 122. 


ill Fi-aGerburgb, Chapel at, i. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^ Carynynciard, iv. 41B. 


^^H 


^^^^H Caskieben, L 23, 79, 90, 116, 570 1 ii. 


in the Ganoch, i. 551. ^^1 


^^^^B 37 1 iii. 421, 422, 129, f 52 ; W. 308. 


iDLe6lie,iii. 374,387,391, 395. ^^1 


^^^^ Casaingray, iii. 159, 160, 


Cbapel at, i. 545. ^^| 


^^V Castle Conzie, iL 325. 


in Uethlick, Chapel at, i. 320. ^^H 


^H Castlefield, ii. 136. 


in New Deer, Chapel at, i. 405. ^^M 


^^H Castle Forbes, i. 90, 608, {>09. 


de Scheves, iii. 70, 559. ^^M 


^^H Castle Eraser, see Mnoballs. 


Chanrahill, iii. 159. ^^M 


^H CaetlahiU, iv. 416, 42:}, 425, 432. 


Chethyurawache, see Schethynrawes- ^^M 


^^P Coetletoan, iii. 34 ; iv. 518. 


^^^H 


^^B * Castletottu of Braemar, i. 24, 77 ; ii. 


Chreichen Ade, i. 498. ^^M 


^H 


Walter, i. 498. ^^H 


^^K CastleMan of King-Edtvard, i. 486 ; iii. 


Christifi Kirk, i. 121. 444 ; iii. 406 ; iv. ^^M 


^H 


504, 507, 509, 511, 512, 513, 5U, ^^M 


^^B in Rayne, iii. ^82. 


^H 


^H Castbwallia, iv. 423. 


Cknokinglaa, see Knock ingleivn. ^^^H 


^^H CatcaiTD, iv. 110. 


Clachnelle, iv, 449. ^^M 


^^H Cathinche, iv. 29. 


Clackriach, see Olacknach. ^^^| 


^^H Catlinelpy, ii. 128. 


Claitbbarne, ii. 370. ^^^^^H 


^^m Catirlocht, iii. 521 ; iv. 122. 


.^^^^^^1 


^^B Cattic, iii. 415. 


^^^^^^H 


^^H Canlsay Port, i. 266. 


'^^^^^^1 


^^H Oantey, iii. 59, 60, 61, 62. 


Clatt, i. 27, 143, 144. 148, 155, 620^ ^^H 


^^H Cavillismilne, iv. 507. 512. 


^H 


^^M Cavillyae, iv. 160. 


Palish of, i. 89, 91, 157. 166, ^H 


^H Ceaudacraig. i. 6in. 


215, 218, 221, 223, 225, 226, 230, ^H 


^^M Cbannerahill. iv. G36. 


620-622 ; iii. 382 ; iv, 485-501, ^^1 





ClaM, Schira de, iii. 378. 


ClubB-govil, 176. ^^H 


CiayhiUB, i. 315. 


St. Mary'e Cbapel at, i. 236. ^^H 


ClayhillH in Ellon, iii. 3h, 31. 37. 


....:. t«e Parkbill. ^H 


Claymilne, iv. 308, 3(!9. 




ClaymyreB, iii. 159. 


CloDiemore, ii. 257. ^H 


Cleland, iii. 197. 


Clnny, i. 27, 84, 147, 037; ii. 48, 49. ^H 


Clentre, iv. 6U. 


264; iii, 317, 482. 587; iv. 70. 


Clerkhill, i. 187; ii. 43S, 440; iv. 19, 


194, 338, 339, 340. 341, 342, 344, 


23, 27, 557, 589. 


361, 384, 396, 401, 404, 419, 746. 


Clerkingtonn, iii. 172, 383, 571. 


Parish of, i. 85, 217, 219, 


Clerk Sett, iL 238. 


223, 225, 227, 228, 037; ii. 48, 


Clintertie, iv. 120, 121, 073, 674, 67r-, 


49 ; iii. 482, 503. 


Clochbyno, a 367. 




Clochcan, iv. 578, 579. 


Clyntrey, i. 240, 241 ; Ui. 220. 


Clochbdistone, ii. 232. 


Clyatirim, i. 648. 


Clochmacreicb, ii. lOO. 


Cnoc Castle, ii.81. 


aochnaben, i. 89 ; ii. 71. 


Coatbill, iii. 337. 


ClocUnuly, j. 407. 


CobiiUeto, iv. 144, U5, 656. 




Cobleseat, iii, 482. 


5S4. 


Cocbum, iv. 378. 


Clnchtt-an, ii. 43i. 


Coclarachqnhy, capellania Saiicte Ma- 


ClocLtow, i. 390. 


rie de, iii, 518. 


ClocLy, iii. 51. 


Coford, iv. 448. 


Cloc-in-Tiprat, iv. 546. 


Coklaw, iv. 60, 68, 6t', 70, 437, 589, 


Cloc-Pette-mic-Garaait, iv. 546. 


590, 591, 592, 593, 595. i 


CloichU>w, iii. 140, 153, 154. 


Coklo, ii, 434 ; iv. 24. 


Clonye, ii. 88, 91. 


Coknk!, see Kakokie. 


Clooghmangh, i. 470. 


Colbanjstoo, iii. 230. ^^^^^li 


Cl0TB,i. 616; iiL 37, 381, 39!, 400, 


Colbardy, ^^^^^^H 


468 ; iv. 163, 166, 219, 220, 224, 


^^^^^H 


225, 227, 255, 278. 317, 487. 


^^^^H 


Cloveth, see Cabrach, Parish of. 


Coldaracb, i, 648 ^^^^H 


Monastery of, i. 14.5, 169; 


Coldstane, ^^^^^| 


17. 460. 


Faritib of, 70, BG, ^^^^^H 


Clowdans. i. 101. 


215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 329, 632 ; ^^^^^H 


Cloy, i. 323. 


^^^^^H 


Cloychok, ii. SO, 


^^^^H 


Cloyofl, ui. 415. 


Colintoan, 351, 360. ^^^^^H 


Clubs-corBB, iv, 589. 


Collane, Auld Haven 370, ^^^^H 



^H ^^^^^1 


^^^H Collaugy, iii. 302. 


Coiitnlioch, iii. 183. ^^^^^H 


^^H 


Coorath, ^^H 


^^H Collenard, i. 646. 


Conveth, see Inverkeithny, farisb of. ^^^| 


^^H Colleseie, ir. 507, 51U. 


Conwaath, Tfaanagiam de, ii. 217. ^^^| 


^^H Collihill, i. 563 ; iii. 45, 369, 372, 373, 


Co&wilteB, i. 407 ; ii. 442. ^^H 


^^H 416 


Conyeit, iy. ^^^| 


^^H Capell&ma de, iii. 371, 372. 


CoDzie. iii. .588, 590, 591. ^^H 


^^1 Collilaw. iv. 589. 


CorbaDchorj, W. 330, 331. ^^H 


^^M OoIliBtouD, i. 280, 379, 3<I6 ; iii. 7. 22, 


Corbe Craig, ii. 237. ^^H 


^^B 53,64, 127, 129, U3, 149, 150, 


Corbie Locb, i. 236. ^^H 


^^M 


CorbiBbill, ii. 443 ; iv. -JTS, 579. ^^H 


^^1 Collitbie, ii. 174. 


Corbyhill, 22. ^^H 


^^H Colly, iii. 113, 36-2, 364, 3ii5. 


Corchianan, i. 613. ^^M 


^^H Colljne, 120. 


Cordjse, foreeta de, iii, 224, 225. ^^H 


^^^1 Cotmjste, iii. 590. 


Cordyss, 1.113. ^^1 


^^H Colp, 


Corgarf, i. 26, 79, 84, 611, 616; iV ^^1 


^^H Colpie, i. 467, 556, 557. 


219, 2-27, 238, 277. ^^1 


^^H Colpnaw, i. 285. 


Corgai-tb, ir. 475. ^^H 


^^^L 


Corgnrthe, iv. 255. ^^^| 


^^^^^ Colqnhaiize, iiL 375, 376. 


Corhill, ^^H 


^^^^H 


Coriauchtan, iv. 770. ^^^H 


^ Comalowne, i. 4U8. 


Corichowl, Cbapel at, 616, ,^^^^^H 


^^^P Comalegie, iv. 566. 


CorikDuan, ^^^^^^M 


^^m Comeswell, ii. 312. 


Corincairin, ^^^^^1 


^^m Commonfnrd, ii. 132- 


^^^^^^H 


^^H Common Lone, i. 504. 


Corivraa, i, ^^^^^^^| 


^^H Comolouti, iii. 332. 


Corletbny, ^^^^^^^| 


^^H Oomptelache, ir. 255. 


^^^^^^H 


^^^H Concraig, 1. 281. 


Cormoris, ^^^^^^^H 


^^M Condiland, ir. 378. 


ir. 465, ^^^^^^^ 


^^M Oondoll, iv. 379, 536. 


Corncaira, ii. ^^^^^^^| 


^^M ConeDathe, i. 287, 288; ii. 318, 319. 


Coraetoun, iii. 266, 3 1 3. ^^^^^H 


^^B Thanage of, ii 318. 


Corqabornj^, iv. 541, 542. 543. ^^H 


^^K GoDglas, it. 306, 308- 


Coiracbrie, ii. 14, ^^^^| 


^^^H ConglaGBy, L 620. 


Correancblane, iv. 420, 422. ^^H 


^^^B Conqaboiidertand, iv. 336, 7^4. 


Correcreif, iv. 218, 219, 277, 278, 73ft, ^^H 


^^H Contilanobe, it. 219, 227, 278. 


Con-edee, i. 78. ^^M 


^^V Cojitlaw, iii. 345. 




^^H Contlay, iv. 315. 





^V INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^ Corrianchtane, iv. 423. 


Coal, i. 86, 119, 261, 344, 352, 607. ^^^^H 


Comedown, iii. 572. 


633, 640( iL 26. 30, 31 ; 59, ^^^^^1 


Corryhill, iv. 220, 224. 225. 227. 


72, 73, 74, 75. 301, 808 ^^^^^H 


278. 


118, 356, 358, 641, 693. j^^^^^H 


Corrykoal, iv. 477. 


Pansbof, i.85,86, 131, 132, ^^^^H 


Corrjkeyiiiane, iv. 213, 227. 


216, 21 7, 219, 223, 225, 229, 600, ^^^^^H 


Corrynnisy, iv. 4l35. 


633; ii. 25-32, 59, 120, 121, 122. ^^^^H 


Cora of Brechniount, L 300. 


^^^^H 


Corse, i. 79, 84. 85. 119, 600, 607, 


^^^^^^1 


^^ 633 ; iii. 117. 427, 499 ; w. 356. 


ConlpersancbEt, ^^^^^^H 


^K 357. 368. 359, 360, 756, 757, 


ConnteeewellB, ^^^^^H 


H 


Coaplaod Udoch, iii. ^^^^^H 


^^^L Conehill of Arnage, iii. 26. 


Com-taston, iv. 486. ^^^^^H 


^■gmfi«i^.iii.7i- 




^^H|*«rcl>^ "' 433. 443 ; iv. 22, 578. 


Contcberc^ra, iii. ^^^^^^H 


^^■^9. 


The, 254 ^^^^^H 


CorshDl, iii. 225 ; iv. 308. 


^^^^H 


CoTBindawo, iv. 310, 341, 391!, 4iy. 


Cowbartibeg, iv. 105. 113, i>>9. tltil, ^^^^^H 


Cowinday, i. 84, 635 ; iii. 467, 487, 


^^^^^H 


^K 488, 499, 517. 


Cowbnrty, iv. 102, 103, 104, 110, 1145 ^^^^H 


^H Corskellr, iv. 82. 


648, 649, ^^^^^H 


^H^ Gorslde, ii. 174, 221. 


Cowclaracby,i. 113,475,476; ^^^^H 


^^K&BOey, i. 300. 


^^^^H 


^^HOfpogicb, iy. 


^^^^^H 


^^■Cbn^die. iii. 159. 


337 ^^^^^H 


^^r Cortoe, i. 453. 


Cowie Arnr^, iii. ^^^^^^H 


^^M CorthailhowB, see Qimrtailhows. 


^^^^^H 


^^M Cortiemair, iii. 37. 


CoKTlenys, ^^^^^H 


^H Cortjcrome, iii. 13, 257 ; iv, 22. 


Cowllie in Kemnay, iii. 482. ^^^^^^^^| 


^^M Corunobagen, iv. 449. 


in Monymnak, iU. 504, 505 ^^^^^^H 


^H Coryche, iv. 36. 


Cowpereaucbt, ^^^^^H 


^H Corystane, iv. 565, 566. 


^^^^^^H 




Cowy, 627, 644. ^^^^^H 


^^m CotteristoWD, iv. 25. 


Crawbedeanis, iv. ^^^^^H 


^H Cottilstnne, iv. 4S1. 


CrabBtone, i. U9, 231, 238, 239, 243 ; ^^^^^H 


^H Cotton, iii. 162. 


167, 222, 24i; iv. ^^^^H 


^m Cottonn of Forglen, iii. 575. 


^^^^H 


^H of Gight, iiL 559. 


Cracbie, ui. 438, 454. ^^^^^H 


^H CookscliBw, ii. 132. 


Cragbnme, iv. 144. ^^^^^^^^| 





^^F OF ^^^^^1 


^^^H Cragcultyr, i. 40S. 


Craigleithe, ii. 238. "^^^^^^^B 


^^^H Cragdufcroft, ii. 250. 


Craigliach, i. 85, 86. ^^H 


^^^1 Umg-Elie, i. 429, 4.30. 




^^^H Cragetarsaj, ii. 428. 


iii. 329 ; iv. 20, 23, 28, 349, 553, ^^H 


^^^H Cragforthe, iii. 227. 


^^M 


^^^1 Cragfunl, ii. 429. 


Craigmndartie, ii. 421 ; iv. 5, 550. ^^^| 


^^^H Cragtngoar, ir. 470. 


Graigoar, ii. 39, 40 ; iii. 329, 330. ^^H 


^^H Cragis, iii. 91, 169, 171, 172, 411. 


CraigH of Balbter, i. 640. ^^^H 


^^^1 Craglogy, iv. 373, 457, 458. 


CraigEley, iii. 440, 441. ^^H 


^^^^H Cragorlhie, iii. 424. 


CraigstDU, i. 21, 461, 4^2. ^^H 


^^^H Gragtowie, ir. 533. 


Craigtoime, i. 479 ; ii. 39 ; iiL 302 ; iv. ^^H 


^^^^ Cragwell, ii. 214, 215. 


435, S07, 511, 513, 515. ^^H 


^^^^^^ Crag7, iii. 91, 156, 170, 171. 


in Cruden, iii. 121. ^^H 


^^^^^^ C»ig, i. 235 ; iii. 83, Hi, 483 : W. 308, 


in Fetercalt«r, iii . 346. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


GraiyincroBse Honthe, i. 77. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^B see Raveaficraig. 


' Crasioch, iv. 595. ^^H 


^^^^^^H ofBojne, i. 17, 121, 617. 


Ci-anmok, iii. 579, 581. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


CranDacht, iii. 63, 67. ^^M 


^^^^^^H of EsB^tnly. i. 30O. 




^^^^^^^H CraigHoe, 


Crannocb, 595. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Cmnstone, iv. 31S. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Craigeam, 


Crathes, i. 25, 38, 41. 78, 638; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Omigenaiore, i. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Craigfintray, iii. 89, 193, 221, 385, 


Cratbie. i. 77 ; U. 89, 91 . ^^1 


^^^^^H 


Parish of, i. 24, 36, 70, 73, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Oraigfortliie, iv. 


85, 135, 137, 170, 217, 219, 223, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Craig-Gnsh, I 641. 


225, 229, 641-643 ; ii. 82-93. ^^H 


^^^^^^H CraigbaU, 


Crathynard, ii. 89, 91. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H Craigharr, see Stonejwood. 


Craacam. ii. 42a 430. ^^^M 


^^^^^H Craighead, i. 301, 649 iii. 50, 414. 


Oravie, iv. £43. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Graigie, i. 287, 356 ; lU, IS, 59, 60. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Craigiecroft, iii. 


iv. 455. ^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H Craigierar, i. 27, 79, 84, 598, 599, 601, 


Creach, iv. ^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 606 ; iii. 78, 


-^^^^^^H 


^^^^^m 222, 242, 257, 260, 276, 305, 8^5, 


Crechies, iii. 7, 46, 47, 48. ^^^^^^M 


^^^^^^1 '340, 375, 384, 406, 418, 448, 449, 


Crechyrosy, ii. 263. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 351, 553, 563, 539, 592 ; iy. 350, 


Creichinalaid, i>i. 554, 555, 556, .557. ^^H 


^^^^^K 


Creicbmonde Bellie, ii. 394. ^^M 


^^^^^^H Craig nacbie. 


Xagortb, ii. ^^^1 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



23 



Grcichtinont, iii. 113. 
Cremont, i. 346. 
Greyechyn, i. 116. 
Croyeihin, iv. 561, 563, 566. 
Giewethin, iv. 38, 63. 
Criehie, i. 21, 112, 118, 187, 398, 399, 
494, 495 ; iL 438, 440 ; iii. 90, 91, 
321, 412, 415, 519, 520, 554, 555, 
556, 557 ; iv. 3, 19, 21, 22, 27, 29, 
41, 42, 43, 507, 510, 520, 525, 526, 
574, 575, 577, 579. 
Grimond, i. 425, 426, 428 ; ii. 314, 394 ; 
iii 30, 158, 160, 224, 385, 386, 
420, 421, 536 ; iv. 77, 78, 79, 80, 
167, 170, 308, 309, 594, 595. 

Parish of; i. 93, 97, 158, 215, 

217, 220, 222, 224, 228, 411, 423- 
428 ; ii. 394-396 ; iii. 158, 159 ; 
iv. 77-81, 632-640, 650, 652, 
653. 

-Aglis, iv. 79. 

Garth, i. 119. 

Gorth, iii. 158; iv. 79, 81, 

634,636. 

Hayhillfl, iii. 158. 

Moggat, i. 425, 429, 430 ; iii. 

20, 158 ; iv. 79, 636, 637. 

Over Mill of, iv. 684 

Park, iii. 158; iv. 102, 103, 

635, 649. 
Grochauli, St Bride's Chapel at, i. 642 ; 

iL84. 
Croei^ iii. 179. 
Groft, iv. 816, 538. 
Grofldg, iv. 318. 
Groft Morrell, iv. 312. 
GroUa, iv. 23. 

Cromar, i. 25, 84, 85, 86, 276 ; ii. 9, 
25 ; iv. 195, 196, 216, 218, 219, 



236, 277, 278, 445, 447, 483, 485, 

716, 723, 739, 743. 
Crombie, ii. 190, 221, 223. 224; iii. 

415. 
Crombiny, iii. 436, 437. 
Gromblett, iii. 414, 415. 
Cromdale, iii. 423. 

Bhrid, ii. 308. 

Crommeliat, Ghapei at, ii. 188. 

Crommy, iii. 464. 

Crosflat, iii. 429. 

Cross Dardar, ii. 70. 

Cross of Jackstoun, i. 90. 

Crosslacks, ii. 367. 

Croswoodhill, iii. 159. 

Crostaine, iii 158 

Grove, iii. 540, 542. 

Cmden, L 407. 479 ; ii. 391, 442 ; iii. 

119, 121,130, 140; iv. 435. 
Parish of, i. 93, 97, 145. 157, 

215, 217, 219, 222, 224, 229, 230, 

374-387; ii. 345 ; iii. 119-129, 

158. 
Gnikistoane, iii. 324. 
Grakifurde, iii. 95, lOD, lOl. 
Cmkithillock, ii. 312. - 
Gmmboch, iv. 608. 
Gmterystonn, i. 548, 549 ; iv. 155. 
Grawis, iii. 217, 218, 219. 
Crux Medici, i. 407, 408. 
CryaUe, ii. 438, 440; i v. 20, 23, 28, 

557. 
CukishiU, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227, 278, 

475. 
Gnlane Ghrieneschip de, ii. 97. 
Culas, iv. 66. 
Culbalaach, iv. 219, 22?. 
Gulbimy, i. 1 59. 
Gnlblaine, see Kilblene. 



^^^^^1 INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^^H 


Calquhannie, L 616. 


^^^^^H Colbrenr, 390. 


Calqahary. I 616; iv. 218. 219, 227, 


^^^^^^H CuJbnrty, 377, 381; 


233,255,277, 738. 


^^^^^H 


Culqahathletan, iii. 35, 24i 


^^^^^H Culcaok, iv. 


Culqmheich, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227. 


^^^^^H Culcsnka, ni. 


278. 


^^^^^^H Calcleroch}', iv. 


Calqahony, iv. 218, 219, 227, 233,255. 


^^^^^H Culcooch, u. 


277, 738. 


^^^^^^H Culfio, ii. 133, 133. 


Culqnbork, i. 479 ; ic. 423, 435, 438. 


^^^^^^H 


439, 448, 772. 


^^^^^^H 


Cnlquhorey, iii. 582, 583 ; iv. 179. 


^^^^^H 


Calqnboaae, iii. 115, 180. 224, 241. 


^^^^^^H Culispik, iv. 'JT8. 


Culqwore, iv. 718. 


^^^^^H Culkilh, 


CulBalmoDd, L 120 ; ill. 401, 403, 406, 


^^^^^H CollMe. ui. 


409,410; iv. 361. 


^^^^^H Gallen, i. 17, 70, 123, 127, 1^; ii. 129 


Pariah of. L 89, 91, 218, 221, 


^^^^^H 137, 138, 13£>, 140, Ul, 


223, 225, 227. 228, 246, 248, 556. 


^^^^^^H 


557; iii. 409, 410; iv. 502, 504, 


^^^^^H ofBnchOD, 1.18,489; ii. 367. 


507,511,512. 


^^^^^^H 


Culah, L 406, 407; ii. 433; iii. 571 ; 


^^^^^^^^1 Cgllegiate Church of St, Mary 


iv. 23, 59, 60, 317, 579, 580. 


^^^^^^H 210, 646 ; ii. 


Colter, i. 78, 278. 291. 295, 299, 300; 


^^^^^H 


iii. 67, 78. 183, 302. 322, 337-346, 


^^^^^H Hospital at, 


519, 529, 536. 


^^^^^H Pariah of; i. 218, 222, 


Domna fratmin milicie Tem- j 


^^^^^^H 227, 229, 647-648; ii. 135- 


pU Jerosolymitani de, i. 295, 296, 


^^^^^^B 


297. 


^^^^^^^1 UulleoBcbfe, bOb. 


Maneriiun de, iii. 343, 344. 


^^^^^H CallerUe, 


of Amage, iii. 23. 


^^^^^H CBllinorttis, ii. 


Cttltercnllen, iiL 115, 116 ; iv. 26, 418, | 


^^^^^H CMiuj, 321 iii. S4. 


422, 770. 


^^^^^H CulmeleBy, !. 479 : 257. 130, 


in Gmooh, iii. 387, 471, 586, 


^^^^^H 446. 512, 


CnltB, i. lie, 265, 266, 378, 274; ii. 


^^^^^H 


90, 91 ; uL 259, 860. 261, 351, 


^^^^^^H OulnKloylb, ii. 


501, 502; iv. 278, 420, 513, 515. 


^^^^^^H Calpodaoobis, i. 471. 


in Kinnathmont. i. 623. 


^^^^^^H Culphioh. i. 


CnltjT, see Petetcolter, Parish of. 


^^^^^^H Calt>hin, 


Culvy, ii. 221. 





INDEX OF PLACES. 



36 



Culwallache, iv. 277. 

Cnlwhnich, i. 80. 

Camerj, ii. 155. 

Cammymalde, iii« 203. 

Camoriis, iL 45. 

Cannok, in, 590. 

Capermacoltyue, i. 523, 524. 

Cmrikeane, iv. 278. 

Carrin, i. 90, 609, 613, 621. 

Cortans, iii. 305, 

Cartestone, Bretone de, iii. 419. 

Curtestoun, i 116; iii. 336, 378, 379, 

393, 394, 395, 440. 
Carvi, i. 492. 
CnBhnie, i. 116, 593, 594, 595 ; iii. 391, 

393, 501, 553 ; iv. 423, 425. 
Parish of, i. 85, 217, 219, 223, 

225, 230, 335, 593-595 ; iii. 553 ; 

iv. 318-338, 752-755. 

in Aachteriess, iii. 571, 572. 

Gnshnochley, iii. 25, 26. 

Cuthill, ii. 438, 441 ; iv. 20, 21, 23, 27, 

37, 557. 

DiACHT, iv. 525, 526. 

Dabaci, iv. 549. 

Daes, iv. 514. 

Dalblakboig, iii. 406. 

Dalcheipe, i. 77. 

Daldarachy, iiL 586. 

Daldony, ii. 90, 91. 

Dalfopky, iii. 63, 67, 

Dalgarno— FiQtray, iii. 14, 94,103, 126, 

170, 260, 336, 340, 419, 450, 

551. 
Dalhaikie, ii. 6. 
DftUudrbog, iii. 406. 
Dalmaock, see Dramoak. 
Dalmore, i. 78, 643; ii. 84, 87, 91. 



Dalmore,Eglish-kian-naDallach, Chapel 

at, i. 641 ; ii. 8^1 
Dalmackeachie, i. 77. 
Dalpadie, ii. 90, 91. 
Dalpereie Castle, i. 628. 
Damogrein, iii. 225. 
Dargattie, ii. 370, 371. 
Dargforke, i. 352. 
Darnfaird, iii. 129. 
Daskie, Chapel at, ii. 293. 
Daskinnuchel, iL 301, 303. 
Dauachomanache, iv. 390, 657. 
Dancbs, iii. 400. 
Davachindoir, see Anchindoir. 
Daviot, i. 120, 143, 144 ; iv. 658. 

Parish of. i. 89, 91, 158, 218, 

220, 223, 225, 228, 533, 580-582 ; 
iii. 438, 454-468. 

Shire of, iii. 454, 460, 465, 

468. 
Daw, iv. 522. 
Dawach Menach, iv. 105, 665. 

Boig of, iv. 105. 

Dawane, iv. 746. 

Dawaucht, iv. 105, 659, 660, 661, 662, 
663. 

Boig de, iv. 665. 

Dee, Bridge of, i. 29, 77, 78, 359 ; ii. 
398 ; iii. 197, 285. 

St. Mary's Chapel at, i. 243. 

at Durris, ii. 398. 

at Qlenmuick, ii. 398. 

at Kincardine O'Neil, ii. 398. 

Dee Castle, i. 640. 

... Linn of, i. 78. 
Deer, i. 187 ; ii 373, 405. 

Abbey of, i. 19, 69, 96, 185, 186, 

187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 217, 
218. 371, 397, 398, 400, 415, 480; 



26 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



ii. 355, 360, 409-442 ; iii. 117. 

118; iv. 3, 5, 14, 16, 18, 19, 27, 

30, 31, 32, 38. 42, 46, 551, 554, 

557, 558, 623. 
Deer (Old Deer), Parish of, i. 19, 

94, 97, 157, 185, 187, 217, 220, 

222, 224, 227, 397-404, 405, 406- 

409, 410, 418. 423, 431. 434, 438 ; 

ii. 441 ; iv. 3-48, 545-572. 
Delgady, iv. 88. 
Delgany, ii. 384. 
Delgatie, i. 21, 96, 97, 461, 465, 466, 

471 ; u. 352, 355, 356, 358, 359 ; 

iii. 30, 35, 36, 126, 128, 151, 159, 

160, 507. 
Delerc, iv. 547. 
Deliburry, i. 296, 297. 
Dell, ii. 308. 
Dellavorar, ii. 307. 
Delnaboc, ii. 307. 
Delpersie, i. 79. 
Delqnhiny, ii. 34 
Delroisache, iv. 470. 
Dene, iv. 224, 225, 278, 280, 312, 740. 
Denebray, iv. 480. 
Denend, iv. 102, 103, 579, 649, 650, 

684. 
Denmill, iii. 345 ; iv. 146, 147. 
Dennis, ii. 438, 440; iii. 157 ; iv. 19, 

22, 24, 27, 38, 42, 557, 589, 595. 
Denns, see Little Crichie. 
Denstoune, i. 120, 231 ; iii. 175. 
Densybnrn, iii. 468. 
Densyde, iv. 70, 590, 591, 592. 
Derachthowis, iii. 429. 
Derevan, i. 407, 408. 
Derley, i. 504 ; ii. 332. 
Demway, iii. 220. 
Derocroft, iv. 507, 512. 



Derrahonse, iv. 538, 543. 

Desk, ii. 4. 

Deskford, i. 17, 98, 99; ii. 104, 105, 

106, 864 ; iv. 760. 
Parish of, i. 122. 222, 225, 

229, 644 ; ii. 104-106. 
Deskrie, i. 26, 616; ii. 13. 
Dessuenenin, L 339. 
Dilspro, see Orandam. 
Dirrirai, i. 643. 
Disblair, L 245 ; iii. 410 ; iv. 507, 

512. 
Discory, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227, 278. 
Divies, i. 476. 
Divieshill, iiL 92. 
Dobieshill, iv. 110. 
Doeli, i. 172. 
Dolbethok, i. 170, 176, 177, 178 ; iv. 

693. 
Dolbrech, ii. 216. 
Don, Bridge of, i. 28, 45, 79, 84, 155, 

209 ; iii. 176, 298, 304. 
Donebankis, iii. 584. 
Donenald, ii. 301, 303. 
Donypace, iiL 36. 
Doriaw, iv. 699. 
Dorsaill, iv. 140, 141. 
Dorskbill, iii. 92. 
Dornoche, iv. 522, 525, 526. 
Dosky, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227, 278, 

316. 
Donn, The, of Invernochide, i. 617. 
Doune, i. 490, 491 ; iii. 539 ; iv. 166, 

167. 

Forest of, ii. 146. 

Thanaginm de, i. 490. 

Down, see Macdnff. 

Downe in Boyne, ii. 315, 372 ; iii. 166, 

540. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



27 



Downstown, iv. 24. 

Downyhills, iv. 24. 

Dowrie, iv. 39, 564. 

Drachlaw, iii. 511. 

Dradleane, iii. 540. 

Dragy, iv. 578. 

Dridlane, iv. 333. 

Drimmin, i. 11 ; ii. 292, 295, 296, 300. 

DronUw, iii. 7, 27, 122, 124, 125, 128 ; 
iv. 696. 

Drum, i. 25, 41, 77, 78, 84, 275, 276, 
277 ; iii. 15, 31, 32, 42, 52, 64, 70, 
85, 89, 94, 105, 116, 126, 170, 
260, 276, 289, 297-812, 315, 335, 
338, 339, 342, 343, 346, 347, 348, 
365, 366, 375, 383, 404, 418, 420, 
445, 449, 519, 536, 541, 560, 561, 
573, 574, 575, 589, 590, 592 ; iv. 
74, 316, 641, 776, 

Chapel at, i. 275. 

Forest of, ii. 66, 67 ; iii. 289, 

292, 294, 297, 298, 303. 

Loch of, ii. 51 . 

Park of, iii. 292, 293, 294, 

295, 296, 300, 304, 308. 

Dmmallachj, Chapel at, i. 611. 

Dnimblade, i. 112, 118, 479 ; iii. 
196, 513, 514, 516, 516, 517, 
520; iv. 66, 69, 434, 437, 438, 
565. 

Parish of, i. 87, 97, 216, 

223, 224, 230, 475-480, 571 ; iii. 
512-520 ; iv. 38, 63, 561, 563, 
565. 

Dmmbrek, i. 22. 
DrumcoU, iiL 180, 241. 

Dmincoiitane, iii. 472, 473, 474. 
Dmmdag, iv. 368. 

Drnmdelgie, ii 155. 



Dmmdelgie, Parish of, ii. 148, 149, 150, 
151, 152, 156, 157, 162, 163, 173, 

180, 185, 186-188. 
Dnundolo, iii. 512. 
Drumdothrik, i. 300. 
Dramdarnach, i. 538, 541, 542 ; iii. 

369, 382, 429, 440 441, 518. 
Dramenachy, i. 147. 
Dnimgask, i. 634. 
Dnungovan, iv. 542. 
Dmmgowand, i. 116 ; iii. 395. 
Dnnnhane, iii. 230. 
Dmmlahoj, ii. 49. 
Dramlanssy, iv. 341, 401, 419. 
Dniinlethin, L 533, 537. 
Dminmallicheis, iv. 449. 
Drammelloche, iv. 315, 772. 
Drammely, iiL 587. 
Drumminnor, i. 27, 90, 115, 608 ; iii. 

113 ; iv. 395, 400, 409, 414, 422, 

423, 424, 425, 490. 770. 

Castram de, iv. 144. 

Drummis, iii. 86, 95, 129, 388, 471, 

472, 473 ; iv. 23, 48. 
Drumollys, iv. 434. 
Dromnahacht, iii. 327. 
Dramnaheicho, iv. 627. 
Dramnahow, iv. 278. 
Drnmnahufe, iv. 220, 224, 225, 

227. 
Dmmnakethe, iiL 68. 
Drnmnaqnhonner, iv. 144. 
Dramnard, iv. 320. 
Dmmnavach, iv. 750. 
Dramnj, iii. 824. 
Drnmoak, L 278 ; iii. 289. 

Parish of, L 41, 85. 145, 

158, 218, 221, 223, 224, 227, 229, 

274-279 ; iiL 289-312. 



28 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Dramquhat, iv. 334. 

Dmmquhendil], ii. 375, 377 ; iii. 17, 

18, 50 ; iv. 88, 580, 581. 
Drumqahimy, i. 299, 300. 
Drumrossy, iii. 401, 406 ; iv. 720, 721, 

722. 
Dmmtochty, iii. 64. 
Drnrnyn, iii. 535. 
Drunbeth, ii. 136. 
Drnnnakeith, ii. 99. 
Dru8clane, iv. 399. 
Dryden, iv. 318. 
Drymmeis, iv. 456. 
DubUdorb, iii. 127. 
Dubistoun, iv. 423. 
Dabrach, i. 643. 
Dudop, iii. 574; iv. 432. 
Dudwick, I 307, 308; iii. 49. 
DafiTberD, Capella S. Menimii super 

ripam de, ii. 216. 
Dullab, iii. 504, 505. 
Dallenarde, iii. 441. 
Dullochue, ii. 125, 127. 
Dulloib, iv. 481. 
Dulpoty, iii. 318. 
Dumbmill, iv. 48. 
Dummemeche, i. 523, 524. 
Dummuys, i. 476, 470. 
Dampstoune, ii. 445. 
Dan an. Chapel at, ii. 293. 
Dunbeitb, iii. 49. 
Donbcnnan, ii. 155. 

Parish of, u. 147, 148, 149, 

152, 156, 157, 162, 164-172, 179. 
Dunblat, i. 471. 
Daabrek, iii. 14, 26, 65, 80, 90, 221, 

257, 384, 448, 450, 516, 519, 553, 

563, 589, 591, 592. 
Chapel at, i. 357 ; iii. 20. 



Dunbrek, Ward of, iii. 18. 

Danbolg, ii. 155. 

Duncainstoune, iv. 218, 219, 255, 277, 

278, 521, 522, 525, 526, 739. 
Dandarg, L 444, 445, 447 ; iv. 119, 

120, 121, 369, 676. 
Dundore Castle, St. John's Chapel at, 

i. 553. 
Dnndnrcns, Chapel of Our Lady of 

Grace at, ii. 108. 
Parish of, i. 222 ; ii. 145, 276, 

284, 287. 
Dune, L 199. 
Dunes, ii. 445. 
Duneycht, ii. 46, 47. 
Duniehillis, iv. 589, 595. 
Duninbride, ii. 301, 303. 
Dunlopy, iv. 321. 
Dunlugies, i. 482, 510 ; ii. 317 ; iii. 

288, 542, 580, 581, 582. 
Dunmeth, Parish of, i. 70, 129, 130, 

141, 148, 217, 219,223; ii. 152, 

180, 181, 182. 185 ; iv. 460. 
Dunnideer, i. 22, 70, 90, 552, 553, 554, 

555 ; iiL 403 ; iv. 237, 521, 522, 

525, 526. 
Dunnottar, i. 192; ii. 391; iii. 173, 

283, 319, 461, 462, 464, 541 ; iv. 

626, 627, 628. 

Capella de, iii. 319, 329. 

Dunpersy, iii 423. 

Duppil, Parish of, ii. 150, 152, 188. 

Durlatheris, i. 119, 466, 467 ; iii. 33, 

78, 511, 561, 562, 564, 565, 

567. 
Dnm, L 17, 122, 644; ii. 95, 103, 368 ; 

iii. 252, 279, 288 ; iv. 626. 

Hill of, ii. 95, 96. 

Dumagh, see Logic Dumo, Parish of. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



29 



Darno, L 221 ; iii. 373, 407, 438, 439, 

440 ; iv. 486, 502, 521, 523. 
Durris, i. 76, 300, 651 ; ii. 352 ; iii. 
17, 18, 129, 195, 284, 306, 307, 
361, 362, 363, 364; W, 566, 627. 

Castletoune de, iii. 368. 

Mons dc, iii. 355. 

Parish of, i. 145, 223, 226, 

853, 651 ; iii. 360-368. 
Dawaly, iiL 135. 

Dyoe, i. 244, 251, 575, 577 ; iii. 69, 7<>, 
71, 77 ; iii. 223. 226, 233. 234, 
316; iv. 309, 481, 520, 525, 526. 

Old Overtown of, iii. 225. 

Parish of, i. 85, 223, 224, 230, 

244, 571, 577 ; ii. 400 ; iii. 223, 
224, 225, 226, 316 ; iv. 361. 
Dylds, iii. 196, 197. 

Eablsfield in Prkmnat, iii. 400. 
Earleseat, iii 158. 
Earnen, i. 616 ; ii. 13. 
East Dronlaw, iii. 125. 
Easter Allancoch, ii. 87, 91. 

Anhioch, i. 407 ; ii. 442. 

Bealtj, ii. 6. 

Capet, iii. 136. 

Camie, iii. 329. 

Cluin, i. 634; ii. 77, 

...... Cranokis, ii. 238. 

Crichie, iii. 554, 555, 556. 

Croylettis, ii 238. 

Culessy, iv. 138, 134. 

Dmmmelochy, iv. 442, 443. 

EUon, iSll; iii46, 47, 48. 

Essintully, iii. 597. 

Fowlis, i 594; iii. 497, 498, 

499 ; iv. 158, 752. 

Kennat, iii. 571. 



Eastor Kiacraigy, i. 607. 

Kinmundy, iii. 241, 329. 

Leochel, i 599; iii 490. 

Malar, i. 595. 

Mecraw, ii. 90, 91 . 

Maires, iii. 71. 

Pitfoddels, iii. 275, 287. 

Skene, iii 318, 319, 320, 321. 

322, 329, 330 ; iv. 626, 627. 

Tocher, i 147. 

Toun, i 504; ii. 332 ; iii. 

318. 

St. FaaFs Chapel at, i. 

493. 

Tery, i 486. 

Tyrie, i 435; ii. 384: iv. 

122, 518, 647. 
Eastoun, iii. 242. 
Ebdie, iv. 508. 
Ebrie, i. 309. 
Echmedane, iv. 116. 
Echt,i 636; iii 193, 221, 257, 315, 
385, 516, 533, 553, 582 ; iv. 366. 

Parish of, i 85,218,219,223, 

225, 227, 228, 686-637 ; ii. 4(», 47 ; 
iii. 486. 
Eddirlick, see Hedderlick. 
Edelard, i. 222. 

Eden, i 21, 113, 482, 487 ; iii. 34, 534, 
536, 553, 568 ; iv. 382, 411, 412, 
421, 422, 423. 
Edinbanchorie, iv. 316, 873, 39:i, 41 T., 

423, 425, 457. 458. 
Edindeach, ii. 149, 159, 251. 
Edindoumo, iv. 481. 
Edindnmache, i. 526. 
Edindnvy, iii. 586. 

Edingarrach, i 551; iii. 387, 395, 
396. 



^^^^^^ INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^H Edingamck, Hill of, 


Eleicke Mortthe, H^^^f 


^^^^^^H Edingeith, 


EmrelBlands, iii. 124. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Edrnglasse. i. CIO 476, 782, 783. 


EcMh, i. 147. ^^^ 


^^^^^^H Edinglassy, i. 6M ; ii. 180, 182, 2hb. 


Enderohat, ii. 75. 1 


^^^^^H 


Endovie,iv.l40, 141, 145.146,423,686. J 


^^^^^^H EdinTUlie, il. 




^^^^^^H Edyndiaucli, Fansb 


Eonepboundye, see Boyndie. Parish of, 1 


^^^^^^H 


Enroraqnhy, iii. 127. I 


^^^^^^H Edyiidovy, 


Enronry, see lovepniy. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Eaairqnhat, iij. 42£). ^^^1 


^^^^^^H EgliBinaglr^it, Iv. 


Esrercheroche, iv. 460. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Egliatnenythuk, i. 178. iii. 


Eoyngteir, iv. 766. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Enzie, i. 13, 17, 72. 122 j ii. 146, 274. 


^^^^^^H 


Ergeithe, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227. 


^^^^^H 


Eriabrane, iii. 501. 


^^^^^H Elchy, Parish of, ii. U7. 148, 151, 


Erlesfield, iii. 193, 376. 387; W. 513, 


^^^^^H 


515, 530, 532, 533. 


^^^^^H 


Ernooh, iii. 4. 


^^^^^H 


Erroll, iii. 91, 124. 125, 133, 134, 135. 


^^^^^H Ellon,!. 21, 96, 120, 145, 15d, 301, 


140,864; it. 632. 


^^^^^H 


Mote of, iii. 140. 


^^^^^H 408 156 


Erthe, iii. 372. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Esawstoun, liL 420, 421. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Bridge of^ 


Escaiche, i 12L ^^H 


^^^^^^H MootbiU of, iu. 6, e, 34. 


Escentnlly, i. 296, 297, 800; ii. 355, 


^^^^^H Parish of, i. 21, 87, 94, 97, 


357, 358, ?94, 595 ; iii. 356. 


^^^^^H 158, 188, 217, 219, 222, 224, 227, 




^^^^^H 301-820, 357, 455 


Essie, iii. 370, 514. 


^^^^^H 421 


Pariah of, ii. 147, 148, 152. 


^^^^^^H Scologlandisde. i. 310;ii;. 4, 


155, 176-180. 


^^^^^H 


EssUmont, i. 21, 301, 804, 308. 316, 


^^^^^^H Elphmetomi, iii. 420. 


317,388; ii. 353; iii. 7. 8, 9, 10, 


^^^^^H EIrick, i. 236 438, 441 


11,12,13,14, 15,16, 17, 18, 19, 


^^^^^^H 


20, 21, 22, 23, 30, 35. 66, 89, 


^^^^^^H 


94-103, 126, 127, 158, 160, 170, 


^^^^^^H HiU, i. 240. 


383, 542; iv. 674. 


^^^^^^H Eiryk in Abercbirder, 


Chappelton of. Chapel at, i. 


^^^^^H ElBick, i. 306 


301, 308. 


^^^^^^H 


EBsnly, ii. 73. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



31 



Esiertocbres, ii. 59. 
Estirbalmatnthill, i. 392. 
Estirrothnem, ii. 25. 
Etdanin, iv. 547. 
Etherlik, iv. 507, 512. 
Ethres, ii. 236. 
Ethsy, see Ythsie. 

Fachthldis, iv. 24 

Fadownhill, iii. 559. 

i^ch&old, iii 127. 

Pair, HiU of, ii 5. 

FWrnybray, iv. 585, 588. 

Faithlie, see Fraserburgh. 

i. 486; ii. 889, 392, 434 ; iii. 

90, 91, 512 ; iv. 39, 63, 83, 84, 
102, 103, 104, 123, 124^ 518, 645, 
646, 649, 650, 651, 652. 

Fallawe, iii. 477. 

Faskin, St. Mary's Chapel at, i. 648. 

Fattiehead, iv. 651. 

Fknohfeild, ii. 445. 

FawaUis, iv. 308. 

Fawfeildis, iv. 407. 

Fechfield, L 412, 413. 

Fechill, i. 187, 188, 308, 362 ; ii. 419, 
420, 421, 424, 428, 429, 438, 441 ; 
iii. 117, 118, 535; iv. 20, 21, 29, 
557, 623, 624. 

Fechlie, i. 612 ; iv. 440, 442, 443, 444, 
750. 

Feohiy, iii. 531, 532, 533, 534. 

Fedderet, L 19, 276, 405, 407, 408, 
411 ; ii. 391, 417, 418, 423, 442 
448 ; iii. 5, 14, 15, 33, 64, 76, 89,' 
90, 94, 103, 105, 119, 126, 13o', 
151, 170, 193, 221, 303, 305, 335, 
875 ; iv. 22, 23, 41, 42, 50, 51, 
54, 55, 60, 575, 577, 578, 579, 580. 



Fedderet, Castle of, iv. 52, 53. 

Feewaitt, i. 79. 

Fenelost, iv. 219, 227, 277. 

Fenersj, iii. 419, 477. 

Fentone, iii. 121, 132. 

Ferdur, ii. 83. 

Ferley, i. 311 ; iii. 5, 18, 158. 

Ferrar, i. 77, 

FerryhiD, iii. 194, 195, 196. 

Ferthekene, ii. 232. 

Fescheartoon, iv. 29« 

Peth de Bodufygle, i 258. 

Fethercame, iii. 473. 

Fethnabraydach, iii 337. 

Fethus, iv. 320. 

Fethys, iv. 319. 

Fetterangus, Chapel of, ii. 121, 122, 

397. 
Parish of, i. 70, 93, 97, 217, 

219, 222, 227, 392 ; iii. 131. 
Fetteresso, Parish of, iii. 158, 366, 

396. 
Fetterletter, iii 166, 259, 559. 
Fettemeir, i 27, 69, 79, 90, 145, 147, 

527, 531, 587 ; iii. 369, 378, 379, 

382, 383, 482. 
Capella Divi Niniani de, iii. 

389. 

Chapel at, i 527. 

Fortalicium de, iii. 382. 

Parish of, i 70, 145,21^,219, 

223,526,527; ii 139 ; iii 369. 
Fetyhede, iv. 95. 
Ffothneve, i. 200. 
Fiddes,i21, 360, 368; iii. 112, 113, 

115, 116 ; iv. 26, 413, 414, 418, 

422, 423, 624, 770. 
Beg, iii. 113, 116; iv. 26, 

418, 422, 770. 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HI^^^^^^V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I 


^^^^V OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^M Fiddes, Chapel ftt, 


Fiaherfoord, '^^^^^H 


^^^^^B More, Hi. 113, 116; iv, 26, 


Fitholmore, ii. 301, 303. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Flandris, i. biS, 539; W. n07. 512. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Fidilmontli, iv. 


Fleboate, iii. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 Filortli, Bee PhiloHb. Fr»8L-rburgl]. 


Flioder, New, iv. 514. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 


Old, iv. 514. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Findlntrie, iv. 


FUsk, iv. ^^M 


^^^^^^H FindoQ, 261, 


FInikett Bume, ii. 371. ^^H 


^^^^^^M 336, 343, 354, 359, 416, 508, 665. 


Loche, ii. 371. ^^B 


^^^^^^^H St. Teman'a Chapel at, i. 264. 


Flans, ii. 329 ; iii. 567, 572. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 St. Teman'B WeU at, i. 266. 


Fodirlettir, ii 315, 372, 380. ^^B 


^^^^^H Fingaeg, iii. 


Focdarg, i. 172. 17». ^^H 


^^^^^m FmgaBk,i 19, 436; ii. 402; iiL 46;, 


Foglajhill, i. 409. ^^H 


^^^^^H 46») ; iv. 


Foheaterdy, i. 483, 484 ^^B 


^^^^^H 


Folay, iU. 477, 47S, 549, 550, 557. ^^B 


^^^^^H St. Jamee'a Chapel 


Foletb, Blackwater, iii. 429, 475, 476, ^^B 


^^^^^H Fingess, iii. 


^^B 


^^^^^H Fialater, i. 159, 647; 


Foleyt, i. 172,178. ^^B 


^^^^^^^ 98, 267, 390: iii- 69, 


FoUa Bale, i. 158, 493; iii. 429, -542, ^^B 


^^^^^^H 594; 341, 342, 343, 396, 


^^B 


^^^^^B 


Folstanne, iiL 83. ^^B 


^^^^^^^ Fiidos, 


Forbes, iii. 116, 474, 534, 535 ; ir. 416, ^^B 


^^^^^^1 FinnerseiB, 


^^B 


^^^^^^B Finocbie, i. 


Awfordo, iv. 143, 144, 14C. ^^B 


^^^^^^1 Fintray, i. 28, 120, 249, 4S7, 601 ; 


Baronia do, iv. 142, 143. 392, ^^B 


^^^^^^B 14, 94, 108, 


394, 485, 494, 536, 656, 686. ^^B 


^^^^^^H 226, 227, 228, 229, 260, 336, 340, 


Parish of, i. 27, 70, 85,89. ^^B 


^^^^^^B 419, 424, 425, 450, 534, 535 


158, 215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 226, ^^B 


^^^^^^P SS, 361, 382, 411, 412, 417, 421, 


229, 230, 0O8-6II. ^^B 


^^^^^B 


and KeiTD, Parishes of, iv. ^^B 


^^^^^B Parish of, 87, 218, 


371-426, 760-771. ^^B 


^^^^^^L 221, 223, 224, 229, 245-249 ; ii. 


Fordalo, iii. 579, 582. ^^B 


^^^^^B 386 ; iiL 67, 199, 227, 228, 229, 


Fordewyne, i. 523, 524, 525. ^^B 


^^^^^^V 230 


Fordyce, i. 122 ; ii. 94. ^^B 


^^^^^^P Fintric^aak, i. 


Parish of; i. 122, 148, 218, ^^1 


^^^^^H Fiazean, i. 684 ; ii. 


220, 222, 225, 227, 228, 644,645 ; ^^1 


^^^^^H ' Finzeaaohe, 


iL 94^103, U6. . ^^1 


^^^^^B FirrhiU, iii. 


Foret, iiL 398. ^^H 


^^^^^^B 118, 482. 


Forevinschip, iv 320. ^^^^| 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



33 



Foreys, Castle of, iv. 606. 

Forglen, i. 22, 200, 276, 290, 509, 510, 

511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517 ; 

ii. 113 ; iiL 93, 295, 306,307, 3i4, 

573, 574, 575. 

Parish of, i. 93, 97, 1 23, 218, 

220, 222, 224, 508-518 ; ii. 59, 
121, 122, 123, 388; iiu 159, 573, 

574, 575. 
Forgrunt, i. 624. 
Forgue, i. 80 ; iL 322. 

Murestoun de, iil 114. 

Parish of, i. 87, 97, 216, 218, 

221, 223, 224, 508, 519-525; ii. 
209, 320-326, 388 ; iii. 587-593. 

Forgyne, ii. 232. 
Forletter, iL 307, 308. 
Forman-hill, i. 477 ; ii. 320. 
Formartine, Baronia de, iii. 66, 

Dominiam de, iv. 385. 

Thanagium de, i. 498, 505; 

iL326. 
Fornathy, i. 170, 176; iv. 693. 
Fomatt, iv. 627. 
Fernet, i. 281 ; iii. 327, 329. 
Fomok, ii. 55. 
Forresterhill, iii. 215, 218. 
Forscan, Parish of, i 70, 218, 220, 222 ; 

ii. 139, 142-146, 152. 
Fortery, iii. 437. 
Fopthirbris, iv. 383. 
Fortra, i. 464; iii. 510, 511, 532, 561, 

562, 564, 565, 569. 
Forfcrie, i. 301 ; ii. 238, 445 ; iii. 14, 

16, 17, 158, 301 ; iv. 24, 685, 

745. 

de Anchnamonzee, iii. 536. 

de Tnverury, i. 445, 456, 45 7 ; 

ir. 132, 133, 650. 



Fortrie, Nedder or Graye, iii. 18, 

158. 
Forvio, i. 372, 390 ; iii. 129, 130, 131, 
140. 

Parish of, i. 70, 93, 97, 217, 

219,22-2,227,392; iii. 131. 
Fouchile, iii. 63, 72, 7o. 

Fortre, iii. 63. 

Foudland, i. 80, 90, 126, 508, 554, 657 ; 

ii. 320. 
Foulewod, iv. 85. 
Foallishanter, i. 116. 
Foveran, i. 21, 113, 158, 365, 366, 367, 
370; iii. 20,29,33, 35, 52, 53,64,65, 
78, 85, 90, 93, 94, 95, 96, 100, 103, 
151, 156, 193, 257, 263, 276, 303, 
315, 340, 375, 384. 408, 421, 448, 
449, 519, 533 ; iv. 558. 

Hospital at, i. 365. 

Maiisus de, iii. 118. 

Parish of, L 88, 97, 187, 217, 

219, 223, 224, 227, 229, 357, 364- 
374, 470; ii. 416, 417, 423, 435, 
438, 441 ; iii. 29, 93-119, 405 ; iv. 
21, 25, 26, 29. 
Fowislie, i. 629. 
Fowlesy, i. 172. 
Fowlfurd, ii. 312. 
Fowlie, i. 599 ; iii. 482 ; iv. 321. 
Fowlis, Easter, iii. 497, 498, 499 ; iv. 

347, 753. 
Fowlisly, iv. 540, 543. 
Fowlis Mowat, i. 594, 595; iv. 319, 
321, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329. 

Wester, iii. 490, 497 ; iv. 349, 

360. 
Fraserburgh, i. 19, 75, 96, 107, 431, 
432, 434 ; iv. 127. 
College of, iv. 653. 



34 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Fraserburgh, Parish of, i. 70, 93, 97, 

158, 215, 217, 220. 222, 224, 

228, 230, 409, 431-435; ii. 385- 

391, 392, 393 ; iv. 83-104, 642- 

655. 
Fraserfield, see Balgowny. 
Freefield, i. 577, 578. 
Frendraught, i. 22, 519, 520, 524 ; ii. 

173, 325, 326; iii. 322, 418, 471, 

587, 588, 589, 590. 

see Forgue, Paiish of. 

Frosterhill, iii. 414. 

Frosterseitfc, iii. 227, 229 ; iv. 361, 507, 

512. 
Frostleis, iv. 407. 
Fuchull, Capella de, i. 119, 120, 121, 

122,352. 
Fuitte, iii. 518. 
Fulbakater, i. 484. 
Fulhet, i. 467. 

Fullertoun, i. 251, 275 ; iii. 67. 
Fulzemont, iii. 32, 304, 407; iv. 316, 

455. 
Fardalhons, iii. 477. 
Furene, iv. 546. 

Fnretoune, IJurrowlands de, iii. 239. 
Futhess, iv, 409. 
Futhnevyn, ii. 44. 
Fnthois, iv. 394. 
Futtie, i. 255; iii. 44, 114; iv. 507, 

512. 

Parish of, i. 224, 243-24^1. 

Fymart, iii. 33. 
Fyndacht, iv. 481. 
Fyndaehyfeild, il. 141, 142. 
Fyndyhark, iii. 60. 
Fynelosk, iv. 233. 475. 
Fynevin, iii. 596. 
Fyntiarsume, iii. 468. 



Fynnerce, iii. 305, 419. 
Fyntracb, iv. 486. 
Fynzeauch, iv. 338. 
Fythelych, iv. 443. 
Fythkill, iii. 231. 

Fyvie, i. 21, 120, 196, 272, 493, 494, 
495, 498, 499, 500, 501, 504, 
561 ; ii. 326, 327, 329, 331, 332, 
333, 336, 418, 420 ; iii. 38, 45, 59, 
65, 70, 72, 78, 94, 105, 126, 170 
178, 255, 25G, 259, 305, 340, 408, 
411, 535, 536, 550, 553, 554, 567. 

Burgh of, i. 196, 341, 497, 

501, 504 ; ii. 327, 332 ; iii. 546, 
552. 

Moires of, iii. 415. 

Parish of, i. 87, 94, 97, 192, 

19.3, 194, 217, 220, 223, 224, 227, 
230, 292, 493-505 ; ii. 59, 119, 120, 
121, 122 123, 326-336 ; iii. 67, 
542-559 ; iv. 602. 

Park of, iii. 63, 129, 545, 546, 

547. 

Priory of, i. 69, 192, 193, 1 94, 

195, 198, 493, 497 ; ii. 327, 330, 
424; iii. 179, 265, 266, 545, 547, 
548, 549. 

Sakfurd of, iii. 101, 105. 

Vicaria de, iii. 544, 549. 

Fyvielandfi of Ellon, iii. 31, 37. 

Gachinwives, iv. 48. 
Galan, ii. 59. 
Galchol, i. 159. 
GralchowcU, iv. 175. 
Galchull, iii. 443. 
Gallowliill Fanld, ii. 396. 
GallowhiUok, iv. 239. 
Galvail, iv. 75. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



35 



Gamrie, i. 199. 

Hill of, i. 101,102. 

Parisb of, i. 93, 101, 123, 

216, 218, 220, 222, 224. 227, 230, 

335, 488-492 ; ii. 59, 119, 120, 121, 

122, 123, 234. 363-372, 407 ; iii. 

539-542 ; iv. 580. 
(Jarbet, iv. 465. 
Oarohulle, ii. 101, 102. 
Gardin, iii. 215, 218, 511 ; iv. 542. 
Garguunok, iii 579, 580, 581, 582. 
Qarioch, The, Collegiate Chapel of St. 

Mary of, i. 69, 526, 529; ii. 314, 

418; iii. 369 370 371, 386, 405, 

416, 429. 
Parish of Chapel of, i. 70, 91 , 

526-544 ; iv. 508. 
Rural Deanery of, i. 69, 216, 

218, 220, 628. 
Garlet, iv. 665. 
Garlogy, i 281, 283, 284; iii. 322, 323, 

825, 326, 329. 
Gkimeffintra, see Dalgarno- Fin tray 
Gamiston, i. 481. 
Game, iv. 183, 565, 566. 
Gartiy, i. 15, 22 ; ii. 174. 

Parish of, ii. 148, 150, 151, 

152, 173-175, 188. 
Garwak, iv. 627. 
Garwotwod, ii. 238. 
Gask, i. 119, 383, 387, 460, 466, 467 ; 

iii. 64, 90, 103, 127, 128, 129, 140, 

221, 506, 561, 591. 
Gavelack, ii. 307. 
Gavile, i 398. 
Gawaill, ii. 403, 405. 
Gelder, ii. 83. 
Gelestan, ii. 73. 
Gellan, ii. 71 ; iv. 751. 



Gerinto, i. 299 ; iii. 337. 

Gerry, iii. 517, 518. 

Gerschehill, iv. 579. 

GersohiU, ii. 433. 

Geth, Capella de le, ii. 274. 

Gethe, ii. 232. 

Gettside, iii. 67. 

Gibbon, iv. 317. 

Gibberstonne, iii. 84. 

Gicht, i. 21, 328, 493, 495, 496 ; iii. 

71, 76, 558, 559. 
Gilberthill, i. 526. 
GUcomston, i. 116, 232 ; iii. 196, 197, 

512 ; iv. 39, 63, 563. 
Gille^ndristone, i. 627. 
Gillettnachis, i. 498. 
Gimaig, ii. 83. 
Glacarethy, i. 258. 
Glack, i. 581, 582 ; iii 388, 435, 436, 

451, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 

466, 467. 
Glackriach, i. 19, 187, 398, 399 ; ii. 438, 

441 ; iii. 127, 507 ; iv. 20, 23, 28, 

40, 554, 557. 
Glenderstoune, iv. 218, 219, 277, 278, 

521, 525, 526, 789. 

New, iv. 514. 

Old, iv. 514. 

Glascelaeh, il 377, 378, 381 ; iv. 

388. 
Glaschaw, iii. 472, 473, 474. 
Glasclnne, iii. 84. 
Glascory, iv. 465. 

Glascow, iii. 244; iv. 361, 678. 745. 
Glascul, i. 298 ; iii 337. 
Glasgow, le forest, i. 251 ; iii. 18S. 
Glashalche, iii. 584. 
Glaslo, iii. 511, 561, 562, 564, 565. 
Glasloch, iv. 113. 



36 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Olasmonth, ill. 334. 

Glass, Parish of, i. 129 ; ii. 133, 147, 

148, 152, 155,158,180-185. 
Glassach, i. 17, 122, 644; ii. 96. 
Glaster, iiL 462. 
Glastirmvyr, iii. 351. 
Glasvol, iii. 166, 167. 
Gledcarn, ii. 428, 429, 430. 
Glenavon, ii. 292, 307. 
Glenbeg, iv. 578. 
Glenboal, i. 618; iv. 467. 
Glenbacket, see Inverbncket. 

i. 79, 121; iv. 255,277, 748. 

Parish of, i. 79, 85, 223, 225, 

230,613; i v. 449-451, 775. 
Glenoallander, i. 78. 
Glencarvie, i. 79, 592, 616; iv. 177, 

313, 314, 315, .381, 441, 750. 
Glencat, iv. 354. 
Glenchamy, iv. 1 75. 
Glencluny, i. 78, 641. 
Gloncoiohe, i. 78, 643. 
Glencolstaine, i. 78. 
Glenconrie, i. 79, 592; iv. 177, 313, 

314,315,381,441, 750. 
Glencoy, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227, 278. 
Glencry, iv. 475. 
Glencuthill, il 880, 381 ; iv. 116, 118, 

119, 120, 677, 678, 679, 745. 
Glendeonj, iv. 595. 
Glendeschorie, i. 79. 
Glendevine, iv. 589. 
Glendovachy, i. 231 ; ii. 368, 3a\ 370, 

371, 372, 380, 381. 

Baronia de, iv. 677, 745. 

Thauagium de, ii. 106, 363, 

364, 36ft. 
Glenduky, iv. 320. 
(ilcnerneiD, i. 79> 



Glenesk, iii. 262. 
Gleney, i. 78, 643. 
Glenfardnr, ii. 83. 
Gleofarqnhar, i. 77 ; iii. 59. 
Glenfiddich, i. 12 ; ii. 257. 

Forest, i. 649. 

Glengarden, i. 78. 

Parish of, i. 70, 73, 78, 85, 

223, 225. 639-640 ; ii. 48, 80, 81 ; 

iv. 404, 405, 419. 
Glengarock, ii. 238. 
Glengarstonn, iv. 255. 
Glengimeiche, i. 78. 
Gleuhead, iii 482. 
Glenhous, iii. 167, 244. 
Glenhousis, iv. 116. 
Glenkindy, i. 27, 79, 84, 616, 618 ; iii. 

51, 52, 315, 482, 553 ; iv. 467, 

468. 470, 779, 780. 
GlenHvat, ii. 292, 295, 300. 

Battle of, ii. 183,272. 

Glenlos, iv. 219, 227, 255, 278. 

Glenluie, i. 178, 643. 

Glenmellen, ii. 323. 

Glenmuick, i. 24, 77, 78 ; ii. 80 ; iv. 

340. 
Parish of, i. 36, 70, 73, 78, 

85, 217, 219, 223, 225, 229, 639- 

640 ; ii. 80, 81. 
Glennochty, i. 79 ; iv. 218, 219, 227, 

255, 277, 738. 
Glenquithle, i. 443 ; iii. 167, 539. 
Glenrinnes, ii. 257. 
Glenshio, i. 77. 
Glentanner, i. 77, 78, 86; iv. 340, 

361. 
Parish of, i. 36, 70, 77, 78, 85, 

223,225,229,633; ii. 32-36. 
Glentonn, iv. 479, 480, 481 



38 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Haltoun, iii. 34 ; iv. 507, 512. 

in Auchterless, iii. 562, 567, 

572 

de Tulleboy, iii. 344, 345. 

Halymannis Coif, iii. 250, 

Hannyhill, iii. 540. 

Hard, The, ii. 371. 

Harebogge, iv. 716. 

Harlaw, i. 551 ; iL 224; iii. 183, 376, 

385, 386, 388, 397, 398, 435, 436, 

448, 449, 462, 463, 464 ; iv. 177, 

179, 180, 186, 187, 521, 522, 525, 

526. 
Battle of, i. 23, 41, 208, 276, 

526, 536, 537, 573 ; iii. 320, 

429. 
Hartliill, i. 23, 90, 118, 579 ; iii. 35, 

443, 444, 4i5, 446, 447. 
Hatbkoiy, i. 336. 
Hatton, i. 465, 508. 

St. Giles Chapel in, i. 245. 

Haacbes, ii. 238. 

Haachton, iv. 423. 

Handaneb, iii. 446. 

Hangh, iv. 314, 315, 316, 325, 441. 

Ilangbmair, iii. 159, 160. 

Ilaugbton, iv. 145, 146. 

Hankines, iii. 83. 

Ilaulcbe, le, i. 323. 

Hausbnstjr, iv. 76. 

Havdancb of Ratray, ii. 403. 

Hawdo of Furvie, iii. 140. 

Hayningbil, i. 492. 

Hazlebead, iii. 182, 216, 218, 219. 

Hechame, iv. 319- 

Hedderlick, iii. 400, 401, 406. 

Hedderwick, iii. 227, 410, 424. 

Heddrie Hawin, iii. 127. 

Uelin, see Ellon. 



Heltbacb, ii. 156. 

Hempislead, ii. 396. 

Henormarkie, see Innermarkie. 

Herdo, iv. 110. 

Hermitdykys, iv. 573. 

Hemoch, iii. 4 

Herriefoord, iii. 67. 

HertbiU, iv. 175. 

Hieriggis, iii. 104. 

Hilbrae, iii. 82. 

HillofFindon, ii. 367. 

Hillbead, ii. 445 ; iii. 160. 

Hillokis, iv. 25. 

Hillside, iii. 345. 

Hilltacis, iv. 319. 

Hillton of Ascbogill, iii 159. 

Hilton, i. 231 ; ii. 224; iii. 24, 25, 41, 

42, 176, 209, 436, 460, 461, 462, 

463, 515. 

see Tarnerball. 

Hindbop Bnrnemntbe, iv. 148. 

Hirne, The, i. 299, 300. 

Hitbe, iii. 91, 126, 151 ; iv. 75. 

Holhillock, iv. 22. 

HoUeresky Lech, i. 408. 

Hollmill, The, iii. 345. 

Horsecrook, Chapel at, i. 285. 

Honcbtireybt, see Ontbirbeyclt. 

Honsedale, i. 637. 

Hachtireme, see Oncbtirarne. 

Hnmleis, iv. 585. 

Humleiskaime, iv. 588. 

Hundehillok, iv. 465. 

Huntly, ii. 132, 170, 171, 172, 180 ; iii. 

68 ; iv. 70, 464, 465, 466. 
Parish of, ii. 164-172. See 

Dnnbennan and Kynnor, Parisbes 

of. 
Hosketbuire, i. 407. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



;i9 



Hylaf, ii. 232. 
Hjrdmanstouna, iii. 32G. 
Hythy, ii. 403, 405. 

Iden, see Eden. 

Cbapelat,i. 181. 

Idoch, see XJdach. 

Inchbarre^', i. 77. 

Inchebrek, iv. llt>. 

Inchocamming, iv. 598. 

lacbedrewir, i. 13, 159, Gt5 ; ii. 110, 

113,114; iii. 581. 
luchefode, ii. 109. 
luchetomocli, ii. 110. 
Lichmarlo, i. 299, 639 ; ii. 51, 67. 
Inchmamacb, ii. 80. 
liichtare, iii. 13. 
luchnjre, iii. 133. 
Inenteir, i. 606 ; iv. 350, r^51, 362. 
Inejeane, iv. 481. 
Ingemabanin, iv. 502. 
Inglajssie, i. 15. 
InglistouD, iii. 421 ; iv. 421. 
IiinerecLyii, i. 118. 
iDnermarkie, i. 77 \ iii. 33, 35, 36, 397, 

398, 399, 448, 558. 
Innerqwhomry, iv. 24. 
Innemcbtie, iv. 485. 
Innerwadie, iv. 38. 
Insch, i. 22 ; ii. 373 ; iii. 401 , 405, 40(; ; 

iv. 399. 504, 507, 512. 
Parisb of, i. 89, 91, 216, 218, 

221, 223, 225, 227, 230, 246, 248, 

552-556 ; iii. 401-409. 

Stono PillarH in, i. 552. 

InstuthiU, iii. 10, 125, 1:^3. 
Inaeraldem, ii. 301, 303. 
luaerberwj, iii. 268. 
Inuercabo More, iv. 476. 



luaerculan, Capella de, ii. 139. 

Foresta de, ii. 138. 

Inuerenze, ii. 90, 91. 

luuerernj, iii. 89, 91, 560, 561 ; iv. 

41. 
Inaernjtie, i. 383, 385, 386, 387, 414, 

418; iii. 123; iv. 475, 589. 
Inuerquliauwik, ii. 88, 91. 
Lmerqubardy, iii. 268. 
Inuerqubentyne, ii. 125, 127. 
Inueryalder, ii. 89, 90, 91. 
Inver, iii. 503, 505. 

Inveraboyndio, see Boyndie, Parisb of. 
Inverallocby, i. 19, 429, 430, 452, 455, 

456,457, 458; iii. 299, 341, 45«, 

475; iv. 88,131, 132, 13:5, l:M. 

135, 650, 683, 685. 
Inveramsay, i. 530, 538 ; iii. 374, 375. 
Inverarnidly, iii. 504, 505. 
Inveraurie, ii. 307, 308. 
Inveravon, Parisb of, ii. 151, 292-305. 
Inverbucket, i. 26, 79,84, 121, 613 ; iv. 

278, 450. 
Inverburqubare, iv. 220, 224, 225, 

227. 
Invercabok, ii. 305 ; iv. 476. 
luvercannie, i. 639 ; ii. 60, 61, 64; iv. 

567, 693. 
Invercauld, i. 24, 78, 641, 642 ; ii. H. 

88, 91. 
Invercrudon, see Cruden, Parisb of. 
Iriverebrey, i. 322. 

Inverernan, i. 616 ; ii. 13 ; iii. 340, 551. 
Invercy, i. 24, 79, 643 ; ii. 84, 87^ 

91. 
Inverery, Cbapel at, i. 641 ; ii. 8^-. 
luverincbc, iv. 690, 691, 692. 
Inverkeitbny, iii. 589. 
Chapel at, i 652. 



^^^■1 


^^^^^^^^^^^^F 1 


^^^^F 40 INDEX OF ] 


^^^^^H lDverkeithny,Parbbof,i.-222,650,G52 


Inverory, Parish of, i. 70, 79, 89, 91, 


^^^^^^ 


216, 218, 220, 231, 223, 225. 246, 


^^^^^^H 


248, 562. 582-583; iii 38P, 468, 


^^^^^^^H 


480; iv. 361, 504, 633. 


^^^^^^H Inverlochie, ii. 307, 308. 


'Polinar's Chapel at, i. 70, 


^^^^^^H Invermeth, 


582. 


^^^^^^^H luvemade, iv. 


InTerveddie, ii 445. J 


^^^^^^H 


Invery, iv. 476, 481. 1 


^^^^^^^B 


lujenaren, ii. 428. 1 


^^^^^^H lurernethy, 


Inzian, iii. 504, 505, 


^^^^^^H Invernety, 


Irnesyde, ii. 433 ; iv. 578, 579. 






^^^^^H 


rtho, see Hithe. 


^^^^^H 178, 217, 218, 219, 225, 227, ^55, 


Ithsie, see Tthsie. 


^^^^^H 277, 472, 473, 474^ 738, 7^9, 740. 




^^^^^m Probendol Church 


Jakstodh, i. 504 ; ii. 332 ; iii. 45. 


^^^^^m 


Jerasalem of Thainston, iii. 67. 


^^^^^H lavernochy, 


Joboisleis, iii. 407. 


^^^^^^K 


Johnstciitt, iii. 33, 52, 53, 64, 65, 78, 


^^^^^^^^^1 Inverqaharity, 


89, 94, 103, 126, 170, 193, 224, 


^^^^^^^H 


225, 257, 260. 276, 335, 336, 340, 


^^^^^^^M laverqaberauche, 


375, 384, 385, 394, 395, 408, 418, ^^M 


^^^^^^^^H 


421, 422, 448. 449, 462, 533, 552, ^^1 


^^^^^^B iQverugie, i. 19, 97, 413, 419, 420, 421, 


554, 561, 589, 591, 592; iv. 627, ^^1 


^^^^^^P 423 402, 405, 442 ; 


^^M 


^^^^^V 299, 330. 


^^^H 


I^I^^H see St. Fergus, Parish of. 


Kaikincb, ^^H 


* Petri, see Peterhead, Parish 


Kaithen, 475. ^^H 


of. 


Kakakic, i. 467. ^^H 


luvernrj. i. 22, 23, 27, 34, 70, 90, 123, 


Ealymjre, iii. 505. ^^H 


126. 248, 555. 556, 6fi2, 580 ; iii. 


Kaodnri-, Loch and Island of, iii. ^^M 


113,114,474,478,479,480,613; 


^^M 


i7. 309, 507, 508, 518, 522, 525, 


Eanyn, see Canny. ^^^^| 


526, 685. 


Kante, iv. ^^H 


Battle of, i. 5e4. 


Karnekonscbie, iv. 636. ^^^H 


Capella ae, iv. 502. 


Karntonn, iv. 633. ^^^H 


Castle o^L 126, 127. 


Eatbdmm, iii. 539. ^^^H 


CastlehUI of, i. 127. 


Kean-na-kyU, see Canakyle. ^^^| 


Caatkyardis of. i. 127. 


Kebidy, iv. 340, 341, 396, 419. ^^H 



^^^^P> INDEX OF ^^^^1 


Keer, i. 287. 


^^^^H 


Keig, i. 120, 171. 172, 620; iv. 703, 


^^^^H 


706, 767, 7U8. 


Kennedy, ^^^^^| 


Pariah o^ i. 85, 170. 178, 


Kennerly, iii. 52, 65, 78, 103, 221, ^^^^M 


217, 219. 223, 225, 226, 227, 228, 


276, 303, 342, 347, 348, 349, 35<), ^^^^H 


619.620; IT. 478-485. 


^^^^^1 


Keir. HiU of. iii. 3211. 


Kennoqahy, ^^^^^^| 


KeirhUl, i 281. 


KepplebiUa, ^^^^H 


Keirn, see Forbes aud Kuirn, Pariahes 


^^^^^M 


of. 


^^^^^M 


Parish of, i. 70, 89, 91, 217, 


^^^^^M 


219, 223, 225, 226, 229, 230, 


Kcrmacks, see Ellon. ^^^^^^| 


608-611. 


^^^^^^1 


BCeirndard, iv. 421, 422, 771. 


Kery, ^^^^H 


Keith,!. 13, 167; ii. 149, 250, 252; 


Kerymare, iii. ^^^^^^^H 


iii. 230. 


Kessock, iii. ^^^^M 


Parish of, ii. 148, 149, 150, 


Ketheo. ^^^H 


161, 225, 240-252 ; iv. 361, 630. 


Kothinche, ^^^^H 


Ketthe in Kintore, iii. 239. 


Kethockamill, ^^^^H 


KaithBeld, L 333. 


Kilbethok, 255, 475. ^^^^H 


Keith-hall, i. 570, 571. 


Kilbenuhlio, 1 ^^^^H 


Parish of, i. 87. OJ, 223, 225, 


Kilblain, ^^^^H 


230, 569-571 j iii. 419-423, 4G3 ; 


Kilbteno, Battle 8. ^^^^^| 


iv. 3G1, 504. 


Foreetof, i. 25, 86, 640;ii.8. ^^^^^1 


Keithmore, i. 649 ; ii. 99, 255, 


Iliil of, U. S, 13. ^^^^H 


Kelblen, i. 337 ; iii. 60, 61. 


Kildocbis, ^^^^H 


Kellie, i. IIG, 321, 323, 325, 326, 327 


Kildnimmio, i. 26, 70, 79. 83, 84, 116, ^^^^H 


328,372,470; iii. 43, 50, 51, 53,' 


121, 158, 541, 555, 590, 591, 594, ^^^^^1 


54, 104, 111, 129, 141, 142, 143, 


626 ; ii. 10, 11,340. 372 ; iiL 423, ^^^^^| 


144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 451 ; iv. 


517, 577, 582 ; 23a 350, 373, ^^^^^1 


49, 507, 599, 600, 615, 747, 


379, 447, 448, 475, 485, 759, 773, ^^^^H 


748. 


^^^^H 


E^ellicsmontfa, ii. 239. 


Castle of, 152, 159, 167, ^^^^H 


Kelooh, ii. 88, 91. 


176, 192, 193, 196, 197, 199, 214, ^^^^M 


KemnBj, i. 27, 79, 112, 118, 584; iii. 


215, 220, 228, 232, 246, 252, 253, ^^^^H 


263, 387, 481, 482. 


262, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, 272, ^^^^H 


Parish of; i. 85, 225, 227, 2S0, 


274, 27a 279, 282, 289, 294, 295, ^^^^H 


571,584; iii. 480-483, 503. 


312, 374, 458, 718, 719, 726. ^^^^^H 


Kendal, L 570, 571. 


Chapel Ronald in, i 589, ^^^^^1 



^^^^V i-2 INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^ Kildrammie, PariBb of, i. 85, 148, 


Kincardine, Caatmm de, iv. 382. ^^^^| 


^H in. 219, 223, 225, 229, 230, 


in Mearni, i. 199, 324. ^H 


^^^ 589.502 ; iv. 147-31£!, 46(1. 690- 


0'.><aa,i.77,84wv.361,56;. ^^1 


^^^^^B 


Parish of, i. 26, 37, 85, 158, ^^1 


^^^^^^1 SI. Luku'e Chapel in, i. 589. 


215, 216, 217. 219, 223, 225, 227, ^^H 


^^^^^^P St. MaoaHu's Cbapsl in. 


631 1 iiL 3-7 ; iii. 321, 323, 329. ^^H 


^^^^^^ 


Hospital at, i. 631 ; ii 398. ^^H 


^^P Killanoll, i.471,498, 504: ii. S32. 




^H KillaUxjnh;, ii. 132. 


Kincold, i. 296, 297. ^^1 


^H Killbmna. iu. 421, 421 


Kincortb, i. 79, 260 : iii. 247, 250 ; iv. ^^1 


^^H KiUequtuira, iii. 158; it. 120, 121. 


^^1 


^H 07*, 676. 


Einoiaigie, i. 119, 530, 596, 607 : iv ^^1 


^^H Eilleamond, iii. oils. 


146, 147, 341, 342, 343, 344. 346. ^^1 


^^H Eillmaoliily, iii. So9. 


356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 396. 756, ^^| 


^^^^^ EillnanjiQa, iii. 67. 


^^M 


^^^^^^ Kilmachlio, ii. 395, 296. 


Eindalloch, Cliapel at, i. 642. ^^M 




Kindi^ i. ^^H 


^^^^H Kilnicnndin, iii. 5ti8. 


Kindxooht, L 70, 78, 1 12, 118, 316, 491, ^H 


^^^^B KAmondeaa. i. 471. 


613 ; ii. 81, 88, 91, 364, 457,458: ^^1 


^^^^H iulmorlhan, i. 349. 


ii. 391, 393, 394: iii. 130. 512: ^^1 


^^^^^H Kilmok, 


iv. 39, 61, 6-2, 63, 64, 102, 103, ^^1 


^^^^H KiloDlda, iT. 507, 512. 


132, 133, 162, 194, 393, 560, 563, ^^B 


^^^^^H KUm^tatia. ii. 238. 


579, 649, 650, 683, 684. ^^M 


^^^^^1 Kibpindia, iii. 


see Btaemar, Fbriah of. ^^H 


^^^^H Kilalair, 656. 


Kinell, iv. 90. ^^H 


^^^^H Kilialaacb, i.. 219, 255, 278. 


Kinerthy, i. ^^H 


^^^^^H Kitwynnyn, iii. 295, 296, 297. 


Kin)r-Edivard,i. 21, 158,456,457,467, ^^H 


^^^^^H KimuTolc, iv. 


470, 4«l, 483, 484, 486, 487 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^H Kinairdir, i. 23 ; ii. 190. 


360, 361, 389, 390, 393, 395 ; iii. ^^1 


^^^^H Eiuldia. iii. 142. 143. 241, 242, 404. 


78, 80, 82, 83. 84, 90, 93, 458, ^^1 


^^^^^1 45«, 521; ir. 37, lu\ 390, 391. 


475, 476, 507. 508, 509, 510, 511, ^^M 


^^^^^B 4M 520l 525. 526, 656, 657. 660, 


512, 521, 522, 523. 524, 525, 626, ^ 


^^^^^B 661, 662, 663, 665. 


528, 529, 530, 532. 533, 534, 535, 


^^^^M KinmT. i. 


536, 537, ."38. 557, 562 ; iv. 36, 


^^^^H Kinbaiaodi, Cliapc) al. 


39, 41, 61, 62. OS. 64. 83, 84. 86, 


^^^^H EjabalUi, iT. 


111, 112, 116, 122, 123, 124, 131, 


^^^^^H aa«Towie, Palish or. 


882, 368, 411, 412. 413, 421, 422, a 


^^^^H KiibOB iv. «8. 


423. 517. 518, 558. 560, 562, 563, ^^m 


^^^^H KiaoaUnuD, oi. 180, 241, 273, 400. 


571, 572, 649, 650, 77L ^^H 



^^^PJ^H INDEX OF ^^^1 


King-Edward, Castle, Chapel al, i. 


516, 519, 536, 551, 553, 563, 569, |^^^^^| 


481. 


iv. 401. ^^^^^H 


Castrum de, iii. S24, 526. 


Kinnell&r, Panah of,i 85, 223, 224, 228, ^^^^^| 


Mods Castri He, iii. 525. 


229, 252, 571 ; iii. 24t), 241, 242, ^^^^H 


Parishof, i. 93, 97, 187. 218, 


243, 244, 320; 361. ^^^^1 


220, 222. 224, 228, 480-488 ; ii. 




120, 121, 3C0-3G2, 415. 416, 417, 


223, 225, 227, 229, 636; ii. 28, ^^^^H 


423, 432, 434, 438, 441; iii. 


41-45, 59, 122, ^^^^^| 


521-538 ; iv. 26. 




Kinglaeaer, ir. 643, 051. 


^^^^H 


Kinguhill, iii. 215, 219. 


Hillof, i. 90. ^^^^M 


KingBweUs, i. 238, 239; iii. 192, 217. 


Pariah of, i. 89, 91, 218, 221, ^^^^M 


219. 


223, 225, 228, 246, 248, G22-627 ; ^^^^M 


Kingnidy, i. 564. 


395, 406, 417 ; Iv. 501-535. ^^^^H 


Kinharachi, i. 309. 


Einnettia, ^^^^^^| 


Kinhard, iv. 334, 335. 


KinnmtDond, i. 355, 429, 430 ; ii. 264 ; ^^^^H 


Kinhemit, Iii. 510, 511, 561. 562, 564, 


^^^^H 


565, .'569. 


Chapel of, i. 429. ^^^^^H 


.Kinkell, i. 251, 576, 576, 577; ii. 340; 


Loch of. L 430. ^^^^^H 


iii. 30, 35, 37, 427 j iv. 481. 


Sirniicnoway, i. 12, 650; ii 255, 256, ^^^^^^| 


PftriBh of, i. 87, 91, 126, 158, 


^^^^H 


215.218, 220, 225, 571-577; iii. 


^^^^^H 


67, 423-428. 468. 


Eintore, 27. 70, 84, 116, 119, 123, ^^^^^| 


Kinknokie, iii. 157. 


126, 326, ^^^^H 


Kinmetiity, H. 242, 355 ; iii. 158, 159, 


380 ; iii. 223, 230, 231, 232, 233, ^^^^^| 


Kinmondy, Modb de, iii. 328. 


234, 242, 313, 320, 327, 328, 423 ; ^^^^^| 


KinmoQth, iii. 87. 


441, 516, 520, 525, 526, ^^^^^| 


^_ Kinmnndy, i. 19, 143, 144, 147. 187, 


^^^^^B 


^^ 396, 399, 404, 413 ; ii. 445 ; iii. 


Bnrghof. 114, 235, 236, ' ^^^^1 


^H 156, 1.^7, 196, 108, 221, 222, 241, 


237, 238, 239, 869, 400. ^^^^H 


^H S29, 458, 459, 512, 551 ; iv. 22, 


Castleof, i. 126; iii. S13;iv. ^^^^H 


^H 25, 39, 63. 557, 559. 562, 564, 565, 


^^^^^H 


^H 566, 567, 56a 


Foreet of, 86, 250, 404; U. ^^^^^| 


^H Elnnurd'e-hertd, i. 19, 433, 434, 440. 


^^^^B 


^B Kiimaracbie, iii. 24, 33. 37, 302. 


Pnrish of, I 85, 223, 225, 228, ^^^^^1 


^M Kinuellar.i. 116; iii. 14, 53, 64, 78, 


229, 249-251, 571; iii. 230-239, ^^^^^M 


^H SO. 94, 103, 126, 170. 221, 223, 


.^^^^^H 


^B 233, 241, 242, 260, 303, 315, 336, 


ThimoOTof, i. 251, 498, 574, ^^^^^| 


^H 840, 342, 419, 421, 446, 450, 458, 


^^^^^1 



^^^ INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^^^^H Kiotore, Nether Dawftte de, ir. b20. 


Knocke Argatey, i. 86. '^^^^H 


^^^^^H Orer 


Knockespack, i. G21 ; iii. 430 ; iv. 487. ^^H 


^^^^^1 Kirkhill, i. 623; iii. 1^7, 250, 2S3; 


499, 500, 501. ^^H 


^^^^^^H IT. 507, 611, 513, 530, 532, 533, 


Newtonn of, iT. 501. ^^^B 


^^^^^H 


Knockbalt. i. 21, 366. 368 ; iii. 95, 99. ^^H 


^^^^^^r of Arnaffe, iU. 25, 37. 


100, 106, lOr, 108, 151 ; iv. 26. ^^H 


^ in Elloti, i. 308. 


Knockiebura, i. 467. ^^^^| 


^^^1 Kirkmicbael, Pansh of, li, 151, dUG- 


Knockiemill, iii. 160. ^^^B 


^^H 


Rnockikaly, i. 467. ^^^B 


^^^B Kirkiiaw, 


KnockinglewB, L 528. 538 ; iii. 468. ^^^| 


^^^H Kirknie, 


473, 474. ^^H 


^^■^^ Kirktown, i. 479 ; iii. 304; iv. 19, 23, 


Knocklnsb, iii. 160. ^^H 


^^^^^m 66, 88, 418, 422, 423, 426, 432, 


Knockne, ii. 312. ^^H 


^^^^^H 434, 487, 


Knocksool, ii. 8; iv. 105, SfM, 65t>, ^^^B 


^^^^^^^B^ of BancbDij'DeTeniok, 


660, 663, 665. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Knockf, i. 467. ^^H 


^^^^^^H in BrasB, i. 147. 


KnokaUoqahy, iii. 376, 388. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Knokandach, iv. 355. ^^^B 


^^^^^H ofSeatoD, iii.168. 


Enokaudatb, i. 606. ^^^1 


^^^^^H of Skene,!. 281, 293, 284; iii. 


Knokinbard, iv. 521, 522, 525, SS6. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 322, 323, 325, S26, 328, 329. 


Knokinbluw, Auldtotin de, iii. 376. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H of Slidnes, iii. 160. 


Netbertons de, iii. 376; iv. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^B 


^^H 


^^^^^^B of Tyrie, ir. 646, 647, 050, 


KnoikaUboos, ii. 432. ^^H 


^^^^^P 


Knokia, i. 18; ii. 109, 410, 4S7 ; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^B KirktowneE, iii. 


14, ^^B 


^^^^H KlejhOJes, ii. 445. 


Knokleitb, it. 445; iii. 566, 567, 570, ^^M 


^^^Bf Klvmacb, The, i. G15. 


^^B 


^^m KiOLpemn, i. 360; iii. 37, ^7. 


Knok-morgin, <v. ■'>22. 52-S, 526. ^H 




KDOkotb;, iii. 80, 31. ^^1 


^^B Kuavaii, iii. 53, 41», 446 ; iv, 22, 


Knokreanob, iv. 324. 326. 327, 328, ^^B 


^^m 


329, 753. ^^M 


^^H KneviQ, Chapel at, i. 397. 


Netonn de, iv. 329. ^^H 


^^H Kni^hU MilQo, i. 476 ; iii. 520. 


K&oknitb;, i. 315. ^^H 


^^H Kqoc, ii. 


Enokynbarde. iii. 163. ^^B 


^^H Knocbthame, iv. 3(1G. 


Kuokyndytbie, i. 300. ^^H 


^^^B Knock in Stratbila, ii. 238. 


Knoll Head, iv. 317. ^^H 


^^H Castle, i. 639. 


Knox KnokMlhows, iv. 21! ■ 


^^H Knockdnrn. 131. ISl'. 


Kolcjr, i. 171. 1 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



45 



Kcdnacrants, i. 299 ; iii. 337. 

Koole, see Coal. 

Kragtonn, i. 363, 364. 

Elregiltoan, iv, 88. 

Knlte^, see Colter. 

Kylbnihock, Runys of, iv. 73, 74. 

Kyldeleth, iv. 599. 

Kyllacbmond, iv. 486. 

Kylmurwhane, i. 344. 

Eymbriame, iv. 724. 

Kynalohmuiid, iv. 730. 

Kynalti, iii 334. 

Kynaufiith, iii. 84. 

KynaiToquhj, i. 486 ; iv. 518. 

Kynbene, iv. 116. 

Kynbeone, ii. 73. 

Kynbethoche, i. 120. 

Kynbnlg, iv. 86. 

Kynbnme, iii. 552. 

Kyndevyn, iii. 263. 

Kyndonyes, iii. 863, 865. 

Kynglasser, iv. 86, 88. 

Kyngade, iii. 61. 

Kynknokye, iv. 22, 39, 559, 562^ 

564 
Kynmnk, see Glenmaick, Parisb of. 
Kynmoki, iii. 518. 
Kynmnx, iv. 320. 
Kynmynty, iii. 126. 
Kynnard, iii. 10, 12, 91, 266, 267. 
Kyonermet, i 464. 
Kynnor, ii. 155. 

Parish of, ii. 147, 148, 149, 

150, 151, 152, 164-172, 179, 188. 
Kynstare, iv. 141, 142, 145, 146, 352, 

423. 
Kyref, ii. 301, 303. 

Lacuts, iii 845. 



Ladder, The, i. 617. 

Ladyhand, ii. 239. 

Lagart, iii. 247. 

Lagyne, ii. 232. 

Lair, iv. 418, 420. 

Lairnie, ii. 5 ; iii. 303, 304. 
Hill of, iL 5. 

Laithers, i. 98, 118, 119, 461, 464,465, 
466, 467 ; iii. 64, 65, 78, 84, 90, 
103, 105, 193, 243, 257, 260, 305, 
315, 335, 375, 384, 385, 418, 421, 
437, 448, 510, 511, 516, 524, 538, 
553, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 589, 
591, 592. 

Lalethin, iv. 320. 

Lambhill, iii. 415. 

Lambyhill, ii. 428, 429. 

Lamermnir of Amage, iii. 24. 

Lamington, i. 245. 

Lanbride, Cottis de, iv. 45. 

Langbume, iv. 144. 

Langcmik, iv. 507, 512. 

Lang Furd, ii. 367. 

Langhanch, iv. 423. 

Langton, iii. 165. 

Largie, iii. 410; iv. 507, 511. 

Largieinche, iii. 406. 

Lane, iv. 422, 423, 770. 

Laskgowne, i. 892, 393 ; iii. 141, 142, 
143, 144, 145, 146, 147. 

Lastrody, iv. 371. 

Laterty, iv. 417, 421, 422. 423. 

Lathie, iii. 502. 

Lathrisk, iv. 320. 

Lattir, iii. 315. 

Lanchebray, iii. 566, 572. 

Lanchintnly, iii 117, 827. 

Lanchznare, iv. 514. 

Lanrastonn, iii. 148. 



^^^■B 


^^^•^^^^^^^V^^^^^^^H 


^^^^H OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^H Uverockhillock, 


Leocbet. i. 178, 605 ; iii. 490 ; it. 349, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^H LBTorick Lur^ iii 67. 


350, 353, 355, 362. ^^H 


^^^^^M Iaw, i. 623 


Cemeteriam de, iii. 499. ^^^f 


^^^^^H Uwchtenda^ i. 172. 


Pari8hof,i.85,170,173,174, ^ 


^^^^^H 


178, 217, 219, 223, 225. 507-608 ; J 


^^^^^B Wloige. ir- 


ir. 158, 329, 347-370, 567, 693, ^^J 


^^^^^^^1 Laynes, iii. 300 


694, 756-759. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Lnrgkindie, 


Lerkindie, L ^^H 


^^^^^H Uuk, i. 389, 395: iii. 


Leshangie, iii. 482. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^H 27, 30, 93, 129, 143, lU, 147, 


Leaking Ewin, ii. 232. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 149, 150, 15€, 266, 


Leslie, i. 23, 90, 540. 545, 546, 547, ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


548, 551, 594, 625; iii. 65, 90, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Bn^ane, iiL 148, 149, 153. 


103, 133. 221, 3S7, 390, 391, 392, ^^H 


^^^^^B Chapel at, L 388 : 61 


393, 394, 395, 399, 406, 470. 471. ^^M 


^^^^^H Le»7de, iii 169. 160. 


472, 473, 483, 502. 552, 590, 591 ; ^^M 


^^^^^H I^his, ir. 


iT. 319. 351. 353. 507, 511. ^^M 


^^^^^H Lechocj, 


mU of, i. 90, 546. ^^M 


^^^^^H Ledach of Skene, i. 2S1, 383, 284 ; iii. 


Parish of, i. 89, 91, 21B. 221, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 322, 323, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329. 


223, 225, 227, 228, 545-550 ; iU. ^^M 




390, 394, 395 ; W. 504, 542. ^^M 


^^^^^^H LBdingham, 


Lenniirdie, i. 121, 61S ; ir. 463, 776. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Ledintoeach, iii 42^ 429. 


Lessendrain, i. 475, 476. 479 ; iii. 335. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Ledintiuhe, iiL 378, 


446, 515, 519, 520, 586; ir. 4S5. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Ledlyk, 


Chapel at, L 475. ^^H 


^^^^^^H LedmAkey, i. 616 218, 227, 


Lestewmis Came, ii. 132. ^^^H 


^^^^^^K 


Leterche, iii. 81. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Ledmair, 


Lethalg«, i. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Legarff de Barre, H 


Letheni, ii. 301, 303. ^^H 


^^^^^H Legat, iii. 


Lethenotb, i. 489. 490. ^^H 




LeUuDty, L 23, 583, 537 ; iii. 458, 459, ^^H 


^^^^^H Leggat, 


4i;S; ir. 105, 113, 540, 543, 661. ^^H 


^^^^H Legget, iv. S06. 


St. Margaret's Chapel at, i. ^^^| 


^^^^^^1 Uigbt, 


^^H 


^^^^^B Leith.liaU. i. 200, 


Lethentie in Fyrie, iii. 542, 543, 559. ^^H 


^^^^^H Lmnaboe, iL 445. 


Lethgaujn, i. 221, 248. ^^H 


^^^^^H Lent, IT 


Lethuocbt, L 313. ^^^| 


^^^^^H LentDrk, >. 84, 599 ; iv. 364, 365, 36G, 


Lethnot, it. 132, 234, 237, 364, 365, ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


366, 307 ; iii. 513, 515. ^^M 


^^^^^H Chapel at, i. 598. 


Lettertime, !. 648. ^^H 


^ 


^^^^J 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



47 



Lencshendy, i. 193 ; iv. 602. 
Levingstonn, iv. 694. 
Lewis of Fyvie, i. 495. 
Ley, Chapel at, i. 612. 
Leylagis, iii. 327. 
L^n Conueggy, i. 338. 
Leys, i. 84, 638 ; iii. 32, 129, 299, 300, 
301, 306, 330, 335, 341, 342, 
343. 

Loch of, ii. 52. 

of Gight, iii. 559. 

of Lessindrum, iii. 519, 520. 

of ShiveB, iii. 71. 

Leytown, iii. 337. 

Lichnett Bonod, iii. 414. 

Licklie-head, i. 23, 550, 551. 

Liechieeton, i. 648. 

Lismor, i. 15 ; ii. 176, 177 ; iii. 35. 

Littertie, iv. 771. 

Little Alethan, i. 487 ; iii. 81. 

Ardach, iii. 558, 559. 

Ardo, iiL 71, 75. 

Arnage, i. 356 ; iii. 12, 13, 14, 

19, 25, 158. 

Artrochie, iii. 92, 158. 

Anchmacoy, iii. 93. 

Auchry, iii. 159. 

Auchrydie, ii. 438, 440. 

Badochayse, iii. 429, 543. 

Brekor, iii 521. 

Bnttiregask, iii. 513. 

Cantnlie, ii. 149,250. 

Clynterta, iii. 220. 

Colp, iii. 512. 

Crichie, i. 398,399. 

Dmmqnhendill, i. 448 ; ii. 

375. 

Elrick, i. 187; ii. 438, 441. 

Ethsy, iii. 63, 67. 



Little PoUay, i. 116 ; iii. 476, 477, 478, 
557. 

Forge, ii. 325. 

Fynnersy, iii. 419, 477. 

Gicht, iii. 558, 559. 

Glensache, i. 524. 

Goil,i. 235. 

Govel, iii. 209. 

Gurdas, L 49«, 504 ; ii. 332. 

Haddoch, iii. 102,151. 

Johniflleis, iii. 407. 

Kenaldy, iii. 233, 242. 

Meldrum, iii. 171 ; iv. 667, 

668. 

Methlick, i. 118; iii. 260, 

261. 

Mindumo, iii. 1 78 . 

Moisa, ii. 371. 

Qnisae, iii. 506. 

Bothy, i. 498. 

TuUich, ii. 257. 

Wartle, i. 319, 578; ii. 224; 

iii. 435, 436, 438, 439, 462, 463, 
464. 
Littoch, ii. 257. 
Loch Cannor, ii. 8, 81 ; iv. 344. 

Castle of, ii. 81. 

Danan, i. 86. 

D'Awin, ii. 8, 81. 

Lochgool, i. 236 ; iii. 176. 

Chapel at, i. 2m, 

Episco])al Manor at, i. 69, 1 62, 

236. 
Lochhills, iii. 158, 176, 209; iv. 81, 

636. 
Lochielair, iv. 110. 
Lochintollie, iv. 627. 
Loch Kendall, i. 86. 
Lochlonny, i. 388. 





i^^l 


^^^^V INDEX OF ~^^^^^ 


^^^^^B Locb Umck, 6D9, 640 ; ii. 


Iionghaveo, ~^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Locbnagar, i. 


^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Locb Park, 


LoDglandia, iv. ^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Locbtilloch, i. 541 ; 376, 42-2 ; 


Longlej, see St. Fergus, Pftriah of^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 


Lun^more, ii. 445. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H Lodhgavel, 


LoDgside, PaHeh of, i. 70, 94, 97, 2-24. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Lo^e, i. 3ill, 392, 425, 426, 531, 536 ; 


411-418 ; ii. 444-448 ; iv. 71. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Lonmay, i. 276, 429, 430 i iii. 297, ^^H 


^^^^^H Ud, 172 i W. 105, 316, Sia, 392, 


299, 300, 304, 30a ^^M 


^^^^^H 416, 423, 425, 449, 573, 665, 746. 


Pariah of, L 93, 97, 158, 215, ^^M 


^^^^^H Logieardocb, i. 287, 28S ; ii. 318, 


217, 220, 232, 224, 429430 ; iii. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


159 ; iv. 81-83, 185, 641, 684. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Logie Bachan, 158 ; iii. 87, 76, 89, 


Lonnach, The, i. 616. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


Lord Arthur's Cairn, !. 608. ^^H 


^^^^^^^ Pariah of, i. 70, 87, 94, 


LoBcragy, i. 471, 475 ; iii. 64, 65, 78, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 97, 148, 187, 224, 


90, 94, 1-26, 170, 198, 257, 26fi, ^^^ 


^^^^^^H 227, 357, 361-364 ; ii. 392 ; iii. 89. 


303, 335, 342, 375, 384, 431, 448. 1 


^^^^^^^H 


458, 516, 519, 530, 533, 588, 553, J 


^^^^^^H 


^^J 


^^^^^^1 217, 218, 220, 221, 223, 223, 227, 


Loamordy, Estertonn de, iv. 461. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 228, 246, 526, 527; iii. 360, 373, 


Louciierkark, Ii. 55, 5d. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 382, 387, 388, 390; ir. 361, 504, 


Lonsiefanld, ii. 896. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


Lowesk, iii. 878, 379, 882, 440. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Fintray, iilS27, 229iiT. 361. 


Lowet, iv. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Lochory, iv. 470, 780. ^^^^^^B 


^^^^^H Mar, L 158; iv. 748. 


Lndcaira, ^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^V Parish of, i 70, 85, 86, 


^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H 129, 130, 148, 216, 217, 219, 223, 


^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 632 ir. 148. 


Ludwham, i. 19, 412, 413; ii. ^uT^^H 


^^^^^^^H NewtoD, i. ^07. 


445 ; iv. 24. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Rathven, see Lof^e Mar, Pa- 


Lomfannan, i. 117 ; ii. 30, 36, 37, 39, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^V Logt^nn, 


Pariah of, L 85, 217, 219, ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Logyaltowne, iii. 


223, 225, 227, 229, 631, 635 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^H Logymif, iii 95 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Loirston, 


Lamger, iii. 70, 460, 461, 404, 521. 524, ^^H 


^^^^^H Loncarbf, ii. 356 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Longfiiird, iv. 


Lnnfard, iii. 457. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Lon^hancbe, 


Lnrchari, iy. .54;>. ^^^^| 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



49 



Lnrgyndaspok, ii. 400 ; iy. 378, 379, 

380, 537. 
Lay, ii. 83. 
Lyget^ ii 432. 
Lykenyne, ii. 305. 
Lynnache, ii. 239. 
Lyonamill, iii. 512. 
Lytilketbic, i. 524. 

Macduff, i. 107, 489. 

Maoharford of Ythan, iii. 38, lOl, 

105. 
Macharis, iv. 314^ 315, 441. 
Maohirhalch, iv. 750. 
Mackieshillock, iii. 415. 
Mackingj, ii. 109. 
Mackterre, iii 415, 416. 
Maiden Stone near Pittodrie, i. 532. 
Maidlair, i. 116 ; iy. 322. 
Maldayate, ii. 134, 140; iii. 592. 
Maler, iy. 322. 
Maliewat, ii. 13, 14. 
Malinch, iy. 502. 
Malind, i. 248. 
Malingall, iii. 458. 
Malingsjid, iy. 507, 511. 
Mallamorieh, iii. 205, 208. 
Malahacb, i. 90 ; ii. 174. 
Mames, iy. 118. 
Mamenlacb, i. 143, 144, 236 ; iii. 205, 

207, 208. 
MamBj, iy. 125. 
Manar, see Badifarrow. 
Manderlee, Hill of, ii. 311. 
Manecht, iii. 419, 477 ; iv. 661, 662, 

665. 
Many, iy. 360. 
Manysie, iii. 304. 
Mar, Brae of, iy. 244. 



Mar, Forest of, i. 86. 

Biural Deanery of, i. 69, 210, 

217, 219. 
Mamock, iii. 50. 
Martin, iL 301, 303. 
Marycnlter, i. 300 ; iii. 359, 368, 594, 
595, 596, 597. 

Parish of, i. 223, 226, 300; 

iii. 355-360,368, 594,595, 596,597. 
Masle, ii. 248, 249. 
Mauchemar, iy. 423. 
Maw, iii. 98. 

Mearns, Baral Deanery of, i. 254. 
Medo, iy. 325. 
Medyltoane, iii. 417. 
Meetlaw, i. 419. 
Meginsh, iii. 141. 
Meikle Auchrydie, ii. 438, 440. 

Anchyocht, ii. 433. 

Bitht, iii. 510. 

Clynterta, iii. 220. 

Crage, i. 301. 

Fynnersy, iii. 419, 477. 

Olasco, iii. 244. 

Goyil, i. 235. 

Gnrdas, i. 498, 499, 500, 504. 

Kenaldy, iii. 234, 242. 

Meikletown of Slaines, iii. 160. 

Wardurs, i. 538, 554, 555, 

556 ; iy. 105, 390, 662, 663, 665. 
Meirbnm, ii. 312. 

Meldmm, i. 23, 90, 348, 558, 559 ; iii. 
44, 46, 60, 61, 73, 377, 413, 414, 
415, 416, 417, 422, 468 ; iy. 405. 

Lady's Well in, i. 558, 559. 

Parisb of, i. 87, 89, 91, 131, 

132, 217, 220, 223, 225, 229, 
558-562; ii. 59, 122, 123, 326; 
iii. 130, 411-416. 



50 



IXDEX OF PLACES. 



KelgiDc^ IT. 103. 

MtAgfmn, IT. 105, 6-S7, ^)1, 662, 665. 

Mdok, L 323. 

Helro* in Gamerj, liL 539. 

Mekrjch, L 6-22. 

Memsie, L 442, 451, 452, 453 ; ii 377, 

37%. 
Menes, it. 25. 
Mcmgreowis, ii, 238. 
MwBie, i. 285, 2^0. 
Menzies, iiL 28^. 
Kerchanstoone, iii. 324. 
Kercbemar, iT. 425. 
M«redenc, ii. 31 7 ; iii. 570, 580, 581, 



582. 



Meredanenkjii) ii. 55. 

Mergie, iii. 191. 

MerytouD, L 279, 

Metblick, L 116, 323, 324; iii. 14, 35, 

42, 52, 53, 70, 75, 102, 103, 277, 

421, 446, 47:3, 530, 
Pariah of, i. 81, 87, 94, 97, 

141, 158, 215, 217, 220, 222, 224, 

227. 229, 320-329 ; iii. 51-57, 75. 
Michel, ii. 301, 303. 
Micrifl, Hermits Chapel at, i. 641 ; ii. 

85. 
Midchinglo, Pincaria de, iii. 216, 217. 
Midclovft, iv. 317. 
Middle Crichie, iii. 554, 555, 557. 
Pitfoddels, iii. 264, 265, 270, 

271, 272, 273, 276. 
Middlethird of MonymnRk, ii. 504, 505. 
Middleton, iii. 389, 471. 472, 473. 
MideBammer, iii. 415. 
Midhill, iv. 143, 425. 
Midilmast, iv. 398. 
Midilmaste Bolgne, ii. 381 ; iv. 113. 



Midiefield, iL 396. 
Midlemoor, iiL 559. 
Midleasie, iL 402, 4'>3 ; iv. 37. 
Midmar, iL 42, 48 ; iiL 71, 242, 299 ; 

iv. 361, 404, 405, 419. 
Pkrifih of; L 85, 217, 219, 223, 

225, 227, -229, 636-636 ; ii. 41-45 ; 

iiL 71. 
Midmill, iv. 141. 
Midsirath, i. 634 ; iL 76. 
Migvic, L 632, 610; iL 25; iiL 583 ; 

iv. 218, 219, 237, 255, 277, 278, 
i 483,485,694,696,716,723, 738. 

739. 
Parish of, L 70, 85, 86, 217, 

219, 223, 225, 230, 632 ; iL 13-25 ; 

iii. 417; iv. 485, 690, 692. 
MUboj, L 281, 283, 284; iii. 322, 323, 

325, 326, 327, 328, 329. 
Milbrek, iL 482 ; iii. 512, 559 ; iv. 21, 

39, 63, 559, 562, 563, 564. 
Mile, i. 547. 
Milfurd, iii. 328. 
Milhill, iii. 512 ; iv. 22, 39, 63, 77, 78, 

543, 559, 563, 564, 590, 591, 594, 

595. 
Milhillis, iv. 143. 
Mill of Dondore, i. 554. 
MiUbroki.s, iv. 39. 
Milldowrie, iii. 504, 505. 
Millegin, ii. 238, 239. 
Miln, iv. 499. 
Milne of KiDcardine, ii. 4. 
Milnebigging, iiL 396. 
MilnerhUl, iv. 79. 
MUtoan, ii. 403, 405 ; iv. 538. 

de Dunbrek, iiL 80. 

of Porglen, iiL 675. 

of Kemnay, iii. 481, 48 2. 



^^^^^^^^M OF ^^M 


^^^^^ MiJtoun in Kinoardine O'Neil, iii. 329, 


Montgarie, i, 629, ^i 


1 330. 


Montgarit, iv. 541. 


1 of King-Edward, ui. 534. 




C Mmdnrao, i. 234; iiL 170, 176, 177, 


Mooycabock, bm New Macbar, Parinb 


178, 179 ; iv. 399. 


of. 


Mintlaw, ii. 445 ; iv. 37. 


1,235,23(3,237; iii.200,201. 


Mireside, ii. 434 ; iv. 24, 589. 


202, 203, 204, 209, 539; iv. 173. 


Modirlech. iii. 547. 


St. Colm's Chapel at, i. 235. 


Modirsech, i. 197. 


Monyniusk, i. 27. 79. 84. 119, 120. 147. 


Jloffete, Saint, Bay of, iii. 252. 


171,172,180.181.184,585.536; 


Moir Carne, ii. 359. 


iii. 249, 406, 502, 503, 504, 535 ; 


Monaltrie. i. 641 ; ii. 8b, 89, 91, 


iv. 349, 479, 480, 481. 482, 483, 


Monblettoua, ii, 371. 


527, 763, 766, 768, 778. 


Monbodd,,, iii. 87. 


Cemiterium de, iii, 499. 


Moncoffir, i. 117; iii. 94, 126, 17U, 193, 


Pariah of, i- 85, 89, 158. 170, 


221, 342, 385. 519, 533, 538, 5r>3 ; 


175, 170, 180, 184, 185, 216, 217, 


iv 678. 


221, 223, 225, 227, 584-586 ; ii. 


Moneifla, iii, 78. 93. 


365 ; iii. 483-505. 


Honelie, i. 476. 


Priory of, i. 27, 69, 169-185, 


Monenyno, iv, 333. 


217. 493. 584, 585, 599. 602, 603, 


tioaernj, i, 455, 


604-605 ; ii. 86, 424 ; iii. 484, 485, 


' Mongarry, iv. 379, 541, 543. 


480, 487, 488, 489. 490. 49]. 492. 


Monganal, ii. 109. 


493, 494, 495, 496. 497, 498 ; iv. 


Monkeigie. i. 221; iii. 227; iv. 309, 


34S, 467, 693. 


486, 507. 608, 512. 


Villa de, iii. 4M6, 499. 504. 


Capellade,i.246,248;iv,502. 




see Keith-Hall, ParisL of. 


ChapelBt,ii. 173. 


Monksecht, Chapel at, i. 036. 


MoreBeat,iii. 157. 


MonkBhUI, i. 187 ; ii. 424, 438, 441 ; iii. 


MorieBCfoft, iv. 423. 


59,117, 118, 416. 550, 559; iv, 


Morinsh, ii, 295. 


1 20, 21, 25, 29. 557, 623, 624, 


Mormond, i. 18, 94, 400, 410,452, 453. 


Monksholm, i, 371 ; ii. 438, 441 ; iv. 


454, 455. 


29. 


Morphie, i. 159; iii. 337; iv, 399, 


Monlettie, iii. 559. 


Morven. i. 25, 85, 86; ii. 8. 13. 


Monoi^nnd, iii. 125. 135, Jjiil. 


Moscbreig, iii. 527. 


1 Monqaech, iv. 633. 


Mosfeddel, iii. 456. 


Monqnhitter, Pariah of. i. 70, 97, 224, 


Mosgarvii'. iii. 127. 


473-475 ; iii. 159. 


MoBSmad, ii. 6, 


Montbrey, i, 199. 


MoBs-side, iL 07. 



52 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Mosstoun, iii. 37; iv. 507, 511, 513, 

533, 535. 
Moubreis, ii. 117. 
Monnie, i. 581. 
Mountblairy, ii. 310, 314, 380 ; iii. 159, 

160,578,582; iv. 179. 
Mounth, i. 248, 262 ; ii. 68, 70, 398 ; 

iii. 44, 573 ; iv. 502, 503. 
Mounthe Bulge, i. 77. 

Gtimmcll, i. 11, 

Keine, i. 11 . 

Mowat| iv. 321, 753. 
Mowny, i. 120. 

Muchallsin Mar, i. 27, 79, 84, 118, 
238, 637 ; ii. 48. 

in Mearns, iii. 20, 22, 127, 

154, 172. 
Madhouse, ii- 290. 
Muircroft, i. 143, 144, 234 ; iii. 168, 

170, 172, 174, 175. 
Muire, iv. 140, 499, 513. 
Muires, iii. 71. 

of FyviCi iii. 415. 

MuiresuD, iii. 415. 

Muirfurd, ii. 427. 

Muirtoun, i. 607; iii. 350, 421, 422; 

iv. 309, 358, 359, 360, 756, 757. 
Mukual, i. 179. 
Mukwell, iv. 392, 399, 423. 
Muldane, ii. 242. 

Hill of, ii. 241. 

Munane, iii 540. 

Moobre, Parish of, i. 70, 218, 220. 
Murcnr, iv. 667, 668. 
Mureseit, iii. 349. 

Mureak, i. 463, 464, 465, 466 ; iii. 510, 
511, 561, 562, 564, 565, 567, 569, 
575. 
Murestoun of Forgue, iii. 114. 



Murifald, ii. 238 ; iii. 159. 

Murlache, iL 263. 

Murrefistoune, iiL 588. 

Murrod, i. 145. 

Murthlack, i. 120, 141, • 145 ; ii. 263, 

264 ; iv. 115. 

BeU of, ii. 253. 

Monastery of, L 145, 169. 

Parish of, i. 12, 69, 123, 128, 

141, 157, 215, 217, 219, 223, 
225, 649-650, 651 ; ii. 152, 252, 
253-267 ; iv. 460. 
Murtle, i. 147 ; iiL 85, 303, 351, 352, 

353, 355, 366, 458. 
Muthillok, iv. 565, 566. 
Muttounbray, iv. 51, 579. 
Mynneny, iii. 66, 67- 
Mynyett, iii. 201, 202. 

Nachtane, iii. 267. 
Nedder Fortree, iiL 18. 
Neddertollacb, iv. 481 
Nedertoune, iii. 477. 
Nesche, The, ii. 371. 
Nether Altarlands of Foveran, ii. 438, 
441. 

Ardlethen, iii. 20, 38, 39, 40. 

Anchquhorteis, ii. 250 ; iii. 

482. 

Auquhorsk, i. 252. 

Balfosk, iii. 503. 

Netherbigging, iv. 351, 353. 
Nether Boddom, iii. 409. 

Bulgny, ii. 381 ; iv. 388. 
Cantlie, iL 239. 

I Contlaw, iii. 345. 

: Netherdale, iL 98, 136, 217, 222, 390 ; 
iii. 68. 
Nether Dyoe, iii. 2^4. 



• • • • • < 



^^^^^H^ IKDEX OF PLACES. 


Setherliall, see BftraeB. 


New Deer, Pai-iab of, i. 70, 9i, 97 




187. 224. 405-409; u. +42-444; 


^^ .IfiR 


iv. 48-61. 573-581. 


^^K Kinminitv. iii. 15!). 


Flanders, Ui. 395, 396. 


^^1 Kinmandv. i. iii. 


Foreat m Bnchan, ii. 406, 


^^M CbatMl at. i. 412. 413. 


407 ; iii. H ; iv. 33. 


^H T«.«W. iii- l.'.O IS.I 


Newhall, iii. 300. 


^V Maip, L 19, 406, 4U7. 


Newhill, iv. 588. 


^^m MaiKBnn. iii. 415. 


NewUilU, PariBh of, i. 70, 85, 224, 


^^1 Uylne, ii. 238. 


237-241 : iii. 210-222. 


^^1 Ord,iv. 316. 


Newkirk, iii. 215. 


^^H Fettoolv. iL 377. 378. 


NewlandB, i. 530, 538 ; iv. 533. 


^^H KainniHRbin. iii. 20K 


de Dnnbrek, iii. 80. 


^^H RowrandnllR. iii. .104.. AO.'i. 


in Gariocb, iii. 193, 375,387. 


^^H . . Ski^llrniiir. ui. 


New Leslie, i. 546 ; iii. 53, 367, 393, 


^^^1 Utarbridfe. iii. 415. 


400, 406, 421, 446. 


^^1 Took. iv. 39. 


Machar, Parish of, i. 70, 87, 


^^B Towie, Cbspel at, i. till, 


223, 224, 230, 235-237 ; UL 198- 


^^K 


210. 


^^H TowiH. If. 43K. 4311. 44^. 73r> 


MilDofAnchindoir, i. 614. ' 


^^V 


More, Ui. 429- ■ 


^^^ TnlloohB, ui. 414. 


Morerofl. iv. 647. ^^^^^M 


Wood, iii. 159. 


Mvinn ^^^^^M 


Nettie, i. 616. 


Park. ^^^^^^1 




de Kelli. ^^^^^M 


New, i. 79,616,617; iv. 475. 


^^^^^^M 


Newark ia Cnmouraogate, i. 42,9. 


Parks, see Wbitmvres. ^^^^^^1 


Newbnrgb, i. 116, 365, 371, 373, 374 ; 


Place. IV. 30tJ. ^^^^^H 


iii. 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 


Newseat. iv. 5H9. 595. ^^^^^M 


102, 1('3, 104, 107, 108, 109, 110, 


ofMnrtle. iii. 355. ^^^^^1 


112, 151, 152; iv. 20, 26, 29. 


of Sr.biveB. 559. ^^^^^^1 


508. 


Npwtnns. iii. 267: iv. 230. 224. 22^. ^^^^^^1 


Chapel at, i. 365 ; iii. 99, 110. 


227. 278. 314. 315. 368. 369. 441. ^^^^^^1 


Hoapital at, i. 365, 371, 372, 


4K7. 507. 1. 565. 5HH. 7.^) ^^^^^^1 




ni Cnlf^lmnnd. i. 556. 557 ^^^^^^1 


Newbigging, i. 620, 621 ; iii. 396, 518 i 


in Uario^:h. i. 23. 389. 476 : ^^^^^^1 


iv. 414, 471, 487, 491, 492, 493. 


^^^^^^1 


New Deer, iv. 19, 20, 22, 28, 30, 


of iiiBinore. i. 4^5. ^^^^^^^^H 




ui Longside, ii 445. ^^^^^1 



^^^^H^ 64 INDEX 0£ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 
^^^^^1 


^^^^^H Newtonn in Mnrtlach, i. 12. 


Old Flanders, iii. 395, 396. ^^^^^B 


^^^^^^H 


Govel, iii. 209. ^^H 


^^^^^^H of 


Lentie, ia 387, 390. 393, 394. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


396, 400. ^^H 


^^^^^^H standing Stone near, i. 


Oldmad, see Aldmad. ^^H 


^^^^^H Newtyle, 


Old Mddram, i. 539 ; iii. 414, 415. ^^H 


^^^^^H l^ew Wester, iv. 220, 224, 225, 


More, ii. 240. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Newwork of Pittfindram, 


Rayn, iii. 439, 440. ^^H 


^^^^^H Nigg, L 2o7 ; iiL 


TovrnofOigbt,iii. 559. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Parish of, 


Old Town of Shivea, iii. 71. ^^H 


^^^^^H iii. 213-233. 


Oneil,i. 120, 607; il 30, 31, 43; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H St. Fittick's Well at, 


303, 308, 313 ; iv, 356, 337. 358, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Norhame, iv. 360. 


339, 360, 394, 397, 756, 757. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H NormanBtown, iii. 409. 


Orobardfeild, iiL 268, 269, 273. ^^H 




Orcbardtoon, iii. 86, 87, 88; tr. 25, ^^^| 


^^^^^H NortheBse, ii. 306, 402, 403. 


674. ^^M 


^^^^^H STorthaeld, i. 468, 4S9 ; ii. 407 ; 


Ord, ii.110; iii. 328. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Ordbotbbathfjn, i. 337. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Korth Leslie, L 445. 


Orde, iv. 177, 313, 314, 313, 381. 441. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


Ordebofyn, L 337 ; iii. 5. ^^H 




Ordeford. see Ardefork. ^^M 


^^^^^^H of Delgatj, iii. £07. 


Ordeia, iii. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Ordendrayn, i. 337. ^^H 




OrdeqnbiU, Parish of. i. 70. 122, 188, ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^^ Obotne, Bee Aboyne. 


218, 2-20, 222, 223, 645 ; ii. 107- ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Oclilactirj, see Aaclilenchrj. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Ochterellon, see Aacliterellon. 


St. Mary'g Well at, iL 107, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^H Ochtereny, Bee Anctiterronj. 


^^^M 


^^^^^^^H Ochtennnnj, 


Ordhangh, iii. 504, 503. ^^^M 


^^^^^^^^^H OchtirciUe, see Aachtercaill. 


Ordhead, iii. 504, 505. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Ocbtyrbraea, i. 


Ordiesuangbt, i, 476. ^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Ogilvie, iii. 38, 166, 167, 307, £84. 


Ordinhag'. 34, 384. ^^^^^M 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^^H Oikborn, ii. 432 ; 


Ordlethin, see Ardletbin. ^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Boorty, iii. 


0«lley, iii. 408, 370, 372. ^^^^M 


^^^^^^H 


Ordlothlany, L 337. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^ft Crag of InTerugiv, see Ra- 


OrdmidiU, i. 464; iii. 510, .311, 5t>I, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^B* 


562, 564, 363, 566, 5Gi>. ^^H 


^^^^^^B Deer, see Deer. 


Ordmill, iii. 504. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^^^H_ b^ 


^^9 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



55 



Ordnadolach, i. 562. 

Ordnies, ii. 117, 182. 

Ordonedrane, iii. 60, 61. 

Oxdovun, see Ardojne. 

Ordwood, iii. 504, 505. 

Opdyquhork, iv. 341, 396, 419. 

Orlqr, i. 338. 

Orrok, iii 47. 

Orti, iv. 546. 

Oaohterame, see Anchterame. 

Oaohterdurris, see Aucbterdarris. 

Onohterhouse, see Auchterhonse. 

Ouchterkeig, iv. 483. 

Oachterless, see Aachterless. 

Oudny, see Udny. 

Onlmesli, i. 524. 

Ouras, iv. 626, 627. 

Outchrorre, iii 504. 

OuthiU, iv. 595. 

Onthirheyclt, i. 174, 179. 

Oaihirkeig, iv. 481. 

Outlaw, iv. 120, 651. 

Over Altarlands of Foveran, ii. 438, 

441. 
Overardmachane, i. 390. 
Over Ancbqnhorteis, ii. 250 ; iii. 482. 
Overbarnes, iii. 400, 401. 
Over Blairtoun, iii. 47, 212, 361. 
Overboddom, iii. 408, 409. 
Overbulgny, ii. 881 ; iv. 388. 
Over Cantlie, iL 239. 

Contlaw, iii. 345. 

Overglassy, iv. 110. 

Overball, L 550, 551 ; iii. 400, 401. 

Overbaugbtone, iv. 145. 

Overbaucb, ir. 146. 

Overhill, L 327. 

Overbiltoan, iii. 159. 

Over Eilbatbo, iv. 312. 



Over Eanminity, iii. 159. 

Leask, iii. 156. 

Muiresan, iii. 415. 

Mylne, ii. 238. 

Ordley, iii. 562. 

Pettottly, iu 377, 378. 

Rainniesbill, iii. 208. 

Bowrandalls, iii. 504, 505. 

Scottistonn, iv. 598. 

Starbridge, iii. 415. 

Overstende, iv. 460. 

Overtowis, iv. 438, 439, 448, 736, 772, 

773, 774. 
Overtown, iii. 482. 
Over Tallocbs, iiL 414. 
Owlenys, i. 484. 
Oykame, iv. 22, 41, 570, 571. 
Oyne, L 120, 147, 579 ; iii. 441 ; iv. 
525, 526. 

Parisb of, L 89, 91, 146, 157, 

215, 218, 220, 223, 225, 228, 579- 
580 ; iii. 387, 441-454 ; iv. 
533. 

Paddocklaw, ii. 110. 

PaforyQ, i. 298 ; iiL 337. 

Pannanicb, Forest of, L 25, 640. 

Pareot, i. 467. 

Pariock, iii. 50. 

Park, i. 18, 645 ; ii. 107 ; iv. 79, 641. 

of Corncairn, ii 110. 

of Drum, iii. 292, 293, 294, 

295, 2l»6, 300, 304, 308. 

dt'Fyvie, i. 504; ii. 332. 

of Kelly, i. 21, 200. 

Parkbeg, ii 257. 

Chapel at, i. 649. 

Parkcroichmond, iv. 633. 
ParkbiU, i. 236 ; iii. 482 ; iv. 404. 



56 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Parkhill in Formartine, i. 499, 500. 

Parkis, iv. 320. 

Parkle, iii. 397. 

Parkyeocht, ii. 432. 

Peath of Mininie, i. 496. 

Peddeismilne, iv. 308. 

Peddy, iii. 421. 

Peill, iv. 513. 

Peirismylae, iv. 565, 566. 

Peithill, iv. 110. 

Penercerys, iv. 160. 

Pennan, i. 19, 97, 102, 445, 447 ; iii. 

158 ; iv. 120, 121, 674, 076. 
Percock, iv. 22, 615. 
Perdouen, iii. 74. 
Perkhows, iv. 23. 
Persancis, iii. 566. 
Persinot, iii. 572. 
Perskow, iii. 13. 
Pereloy, iii. 165, 167, 244. 
Perslak, iv. 145. 
Perwinnes, iii. 176. 
Petberne, iv. 331, 332. 
Petbey, i. 530, 538 ; iii. 375. 
Petbrachan, i. 278. 
Petcarry, iii. 259. 
Petdakie, iv. 581. 
Petebrachere, iii. 289. 
Pettenderlyn, iii. 152. 
Peterculter, Parish of, i. 42, 85, 216, 

218, 221, 223, 224, 230, 291-300, 
853 ; iii. 837-355. 

Peterhead, i. 20, 75, 96, 97, 98, 187, 

371, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419 ; 

ii. 488, 4i2; iii. 127; iv. 18, 20, 

557. 

Pariah of, i. 93, 97, 187, 216, 

219, 222, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230, 
384, 411, 414-419 ; ii. 410, 423, 



431, 434, 438, 441, 444, 445 ; iv. 

17, 24, 25, 66-72, 558, 589-597. 
Peterhead, St. Peter's Well at, i. 415, 

416. 
Peter's WeU, L 291. 
Petemgy, see Peterhead, Parish of. 

iv. 556, 558. 

Petgerwy, i. 605. 

Petgovny, iii 369, 372, 873, 416, 477 ; 

iv. 726. 
Pethethisoroft, iv. 678. 
Pethferlen, i. 145, 154. 
Pethnik, ii. 239. 
Pethruithin, ii. 149, 250, 251. 
Petinbla, iv. 36. 
Pet^Spair, iv. 548. 
Petiscrofl, iii. 447. 
Petkarry, iii. 43. 
Petkindy, iii. 283. 
Petlyell, iii. 135, 136. 
Petmakaldor, iv. 116. 
Petmalwhy, iv. 175. 
Petmurqnhy, ii. 38, 39. 
Petmyllan, iv. 26. 
Petnacadill, iii. 167. 
Petnamone, iv. 390. 
Petnamwin, iii. 392. 
Petqnhonsy, i. 118 ; iii. 590. 
Pets, ii. 340. 
Petsknrry, i. 538 ; iii. 374 ; iv. 737, 

738. 
Petslegach, iv. 388. 
Petsprottis, i. 445. 
Pettalochy, iv. 106, 111, 112, 113, 648, 

658. 665. 
Pettauchie, iii. 33, 35, 36. 
Pottens, i. 237 ; iii. 215. 
Pettinbmynaoho, ii 136 ; iii. 68, 
Pettindreyohtissait, iv. 564, 566. 



^^^1 


HH^H 


^^^^^B INDEX OF ^^1 


rettiudrome. Portns de, iii. 1?1. 


Pitficbie, i. 79, 119, 585, 586; iii. 14. ^^H 


Pettinbaich, ii. 40^, 403. 


33, 450, 491, 493, 499. 500, 501, ^^H 


Pettinlaucho, iv. 220, 22-1, 225, 227, 


^^H 


PetUin-Mnlenn, iv. 54ti. 


Pitfoddols, i. 78, 118, 264, 266 ; iii 53. ^^H 




129, 155, 195. 197, 215, 250, 261, ^^H 


Pettinuik, iv. 77U. 


262, 363, 264. 265, 267, 269, 270, ^^^H 


Pett-Maldaib, iv. .547. 


271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, ^^^H 


PetUmic-Ganiait, iv, 54fl. 


278, 279, 280, 284, 287, 288, 303, ^^^| 


Pett>mic-Gobroig, iv. 647. 548. 


446, 452, 454, 464 ; iv. 660. ^^^| 


Pettmuk, iii. 115, 117; iv. 25, 418 


Pitfoar, i. 118, 398, 399, 400, 404 ; ii. ^^^| 


422. 


406, 407, 408, 409, 432 ; iii. 41 ; ^^^| 


Pettochery, i. 538. 


iv. 21, 43. 44, 45, i6. 47, 48. 393. ^^H 


Petta, iii 504, 505. 


Pitgeniie, ^^^| 


Pettr, i. 504 ; ii. 332 ; ui. 543. 


Pitltiucb lithe, iv. 278. ^^^| 


PettymareBB, iii. 512; iv. 22, 39, fi3 


Pitlnrg, i. 15 ; ii. 149, 155, 156. 250. ^^^| 


559. 5G3, .5(!4, sr.fi. 


252 ; iii. 35, 196, 280 ; iv. 570. ^^^| 


PettjmoUe, iv. 475. 


Pitinacbie, Standing Stone near, i. 557. ^^^| 


1 Philortb, Bee Fraserhargb, Parish of. 


iii 443, 444. 445, 446, 447. ^^M 


^^^ 1.97,411,433,434,435,471:11 


Pitmeddan. iii. 442. 444, 445, 446, 447. ^^M 


^^H 375 ; iii. 14, 33, 42, 52. 64, 70, 72 


538, 561 ; iv. 520. 525, 526. ^^H 


^^^1 73. 89, 91, 94, 105. 126, 151, 170 


Pitmeddea in Udny, i. 22, 358; iii. ^^^| 


^^^1 2C0, 276, 304, 305, 307, 315, 335 


^^^1 


^^H 364, 375, 383, 408, 418, 448, 449 


St. Ninian's Chapel at, 579. ^^^H 


^^V 471, 516, 526, 527, 530, 531, 532 


Pitmillaiid, i 367. ^^^H 


534, 542, 577, 578, 589, 590, 592 


Pitmonie, iii. 50.^, 504, 505. ^^H 


Baronia de, iv. 644, 649, 650 


PitiiiDckston, i. 231, 232 ; iU. 183, l>it4. ^^H 


652. 653. 


185, 186, 187, 188, 191. ^^H 


Phinwftch, i. 619. 


Pitnacalder, i. 488. ^^M 


Picktillnra, m. 504, 505 ; iv. 51, .579. 


PitGcaff, iii. 95. ^^H 


Pilmyre. iii. 396. 


Pitacorrie, iii. 440. ^^H 


Pilquhyit, iv. 507,511. 


Pitaligo, i 19, 97, 485, 436, 439; ii. ^^^| 


Pirchock, iv. 188. 


377,378. 381, 383. 383; iii. 30, ^^^| 


Pitblac, ii, 390. 891. 


65, 78, 89, 105, 221, 257, 305, 375, ^^^| 


Pitcaple, i. 23, 79, 90, 531, 537 ; ii 


404, 458, 459, 467, 468, 519, 521 ; ^^^M 


53, 385, 386, 387, 388, 419, 420 


110, 648. ^^^H 


458. 


B&roDia de, iv. 658, 659, 660, ^^^| 


Capellaniade, iii. 371, 380. 


^^^1 


ntcariie, iv. 645. 


Chapd of the Nine MaideiiH ^^^| 


Pitendi'cigbseat, iv. 39. 


near, i. ^^^| 



^^^^H OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^B Piteligo, td&yuea of, 


^^^^^H 


^^^^^^1 The Nino Maidens' Well near. 


^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 


Pondircroft, ^^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Pamb of, i. 70, d3, 97, 224, 


Pontalond, iv. 666. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 435-4i2 ; ii. S82-383 ; W. 104.113, 


Poolwalls, 537. ^^H 


^^^^^^M 


Portaratoane, iii. 26S, 269, 273. ^^H 


^^^^^^M Pittelaohie, 


Port^nockie, ii. 142. ^^^| 


^^^^^^1 Pittendrigh, ii. 217, 222, 390, 421 i 


Portlethin, i. 265, 266 ; iu. 258. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 169, 542, 557; 


Chapel 264. ^^^| 


^^^^^^B 


PortBoy, ^^^1 


^^^^^^^^^1 Manys de, iv. ''iSO. 


Purtteretown, iv. 308. ^^^| 


^^^^^^V OTBrtonn 


Pot, Piscaria de, iii. 216, 218. ^^^| 


^^^^^^m Pittendmra, 435. 441, 442; 


Potare, iii. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


PotarffB, i. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


PowdowD, Piscaria du, iiL 247. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^H Pittindawin, 


^^^^^^M 


^^^^^^H PittJDDer, 


^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H Pittodrie, i. 23, 79, 532, 536 :}74, 


Pratistone, iii. 540. ^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^B 422, 441 ; 


Premnay, iii. 396, 4U1. '^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^H HoBpital at, i. 527. 


Parish of, i. 89, 91, 218, L'2U, ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Fittricliie, i. 351, 357 ; iii. 5», 


221, 223, 225, 227, 228, 246, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 74, 


550-552; iii. 396-401, 406 ; iv. ^^H 


^^^^^H PittulUe, 439, 441; ir. 98,99, 


502, 504, 507, 509, 512. ^^H 


^^^^^H 102, 103, 104, 105, 120, 125, 648, 


Prescoly.i. 331. ^^M 


^^^^^^F 


Presbotm, i. 648. ^^H 


^^^^^V 


PreBtonne, iti. 281. ^^^H 


^^^^^^ Flady, i. 471; ii. 352, 355, 850; 


FriestwelUp, iv. 514. ^^^| 


^^^^^^L 


^^^1 


^^^^^^H 


Pnlnaooy, i. 298 ; iii. 337. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 PlejhaQgh, 


Pundlarcroft, ii. 433 ; ir, 23, 54. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Poflaig, Mains iv. 1 40. 


Pntachic, i. 79, 619, 620 ; ir. 480, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^H Polflig, ir. 


Fataquby of Monymnsk, iii. 504, 505. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Polglassf, iii. 562, 563, 567, 569. 


Puttamy, iv. 481. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Polgonny, i. 113, 234; lU. 168, 170, 


^^^1 


^^^^^H 


Qdiruell, i. 467, 471 ; u. 352, 377, 378. ^^H 


^^^^^^H FoUcallc, UL 


Qnarrellhill de Detgattie, ii. 358. ^^M 


^^^^^^M PolliBdone, 


QDartailhonse, i. 187 ; ii. 438, 440 ; iv. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 


^^H 



^^^B^H INDEX OF ^^^^1 


^^P Qaerell, 


Bassalach, ^^^^^H 




^^^^^H 


^^■^ Qiihit«uT)i8, iv. 578, &7P. 


Ratheaquby, ^^^^^^H 


r Qabite Rigia, see White Rigs. 


Ratben, ^^^^^H 


1 Qohoich. ii. 83. 


Pariah of, i. 93, 97, 103, 133, ^^^^^^H 


^^^ Qahyitbog, ii. 433 ; 17. 579. 


134, 148, 217, 220, 222, 224, 409, ^^^^^^H 


^^^ QnhpthiU, ii. 433 ; iv. 57H, 57'J, 585, 


^^^^^^H 


^^1 


124-135, 579, 583. 584, 588, 653, ^^^^^H 


^^H QobTitetODiB, iv. 578, 579. 


^^^^^^H 


^^1 Qahytfeild, iv. 507. 


Rood Well in, i. 45S. ^^^^^H 


^^H Qahythajch, Bee Whitehangh. 


Ratbimorcbus, ^^^^^^H 


^^H Qohytmik, iv. 513, 


Rathooqubyii, ^^^^^^^^^M 


^^H Qailquax. iii. 559. 


^^^^^^H 


^^^H Qnisne, iii. 566. 


Ratbven, Hospital at, i. 648 ; ii. 142, ^^^^^^| 


^^H QoiBny, ir. 319, 321, 336. 


^^^^^^H 


^^K Qnitbb, Ctiapel at, >. 443. 


^^^^^H 




216, 218, 220, 222, 225, 229, 648, ^^^^^H 


^^M 


649 ii. 136, 142-146, ^^^^^H 


^^^ QnyltiB, see Cults, 


Rattray, roe Crimond, Parish ^^^^^^^H 


r Qnyltpat, iii. 405. 


i. 19, 70, 423, 424, 425, 426, ^^^^^H 


L Qwiltifl, iv. 220, 224, 225, 227, 475. 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^H 




^^^^^H 


^^^P RlCBiBALD, iii 4«2. 


Chapel at, 1.423, 424 ;ii 394, ^^^^^H 


^^^ Haebaitts, iii. 67. 


395 ^^^^^H 


r flaggel, i. 647. 


^^^^^H 


L RabUl, iv, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25. 29, 


RaveoBOraig, i. 19, 416, 419 ^^^^^^M 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H Raik, i. 815 ; iii. 29. 114, 215, 217. 


Bavystone, ^^^^^^H 


^^^1 Aaiimiesliill, iii. 208. 


Rayne, 120, 143, 144, 155, 335 ^^^^^^H 




4, 58, 210, 378, 428, 429, 431, 432. ^^^^^H 


^^M 


433, 434, 543 ; iv. 486, 541. ^^^^^H 


^^H Bamore, i. 638; ii. 51. 


Parisb of, i. 89, 91, 158, 218, ^^^^^H 


^^" RanatehiUnck, ii. 312. 


221.223, 225, 228, 577-578; ^^^^^^H 


r RanatBton, iii. 10. 


^^^^^H 


1 RaniB, i. 648. 


St. Lawrence Well ID, i. 577. ^^^^^H 


^^^ Haniahill in Peterculter, iii. 345. 


Reabadds, ^^^^^^1 


^^^ Raiinabroitli, ii. 90, 91. 


Re.-Ltie, 561, 586. ^^^^^^| 


^^H Rasfaelav, ii. 396. 


B«dbafik, ii. ^^^^^H 



60 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Redhaven, ii. 95. 

Redinche, iv. 502. 

Red Mjre, iii. 306. 

ReghiUfauld, ii. 396. 

Reidbong, i. 409. 

Reidfoord, iii. 474. 

ReidhiU, iii. 572. 

Repochqaliy, iv. 312. 

Reras, iv. 407. 

Ressavate, iii. 376, 384, 385, 386, 481. 

Ret, iii. 35. 

Rhynie, ii. 153, 155. 

Parish of, i. 230 ; ii. 1 47, 148, 

149, 150, 151, 152, 156, 157, 162, 

176-180. 
Rioartonne, iii. 466. 
Ridfrird, iv. 465. 
Rigale, ii. 134, 135. 
RihiU, iii. 542 ; iv. 522. 
Riland, iii. 306, 567, 585, 586. 
Rindstock, i. 617. 
Rinnavoene, iv. 470. 
Rinnes, i. 12. 
Rishjpannis, ii. 312. 
Rivan, Wow of, ii. 186. 
Robertson, iii. 345. 
Rocbinvirell, iv. 255, 277. 
Rochmuriel, i. 222, 625 ; iv. 218, 219, 

501, 502, 514, 515, 521, 525, 526, 

739. 
Parish of, i. 70, 218, 221, 

223, 228, 246, 248, 625 ; iii. 406. 
Rogershill, iii. 329. 
RoUanstown, iii. 23. 
Romakendel, i. 346. 
Romore, ii. 221. 
Roquhartore, ii. 90, 91. 
Rora, i. 445 ; iv. 24. 
Rosarie, ii. 242. 



Rosehall, i. 236. 

Rosehearty, i. 96, 107, 440; iv. 110, 

111, 112. 

Chapel near, i. 440. 

Newtoun of, iv. 110. 

Porthavin de, i v. 1 12. 

Rosehil], see Turnerhall. 

iii. 24, 25. 

Rosiebam, ii. 311. 

Rossachetis, Chapel of, iii. 869. 

Rossalla, iii. 67. 

Rosseviot, iv. 582. 

Rotheis, ii. 329. 

Rotheneyk, iv. 716. 

Rothiemay, i. 13, 15, 286, 554; ii. 159, 

225, 227, 228. 
Parish of, L 15 ; ii. 147, 148, 

150, 151, 225-230, 251. 
Rothkes, iv. 486. 
Rothmaise, i. 577 ; iii. 428, 429, 435. 

St. Mary's Chapel at, i. 577. 

Rothmathie, ii. 394. 

Rothnachie, iv. 121. 

Rothnakenze, iii. 49. 

Rothnaverral, iv. 278. 

Rothnays, iii. 400, 406. 

Rothney, i. 551, 554. 

Rothnoquhy, iv. 594 595. 

Rothraqnhy, iv. 11. 

Rothnan, ii. 155. 

Rothwen, iv. 723, 732. 

Rothybrisbane, i. 498, 504; ii. 326, 

328 ; iii. 45, 512, 558. 
Rothynormane, i. 594 ; ii. 73 ; iii. 59, 

552,553,554; iv. 318, 321. 
Rottoche, iii. 511, 562, 564, 565, 566, 

569. 
Round Lichnett, iii. 414. 
Rove Bnky, ii. 146. 



^^^^^H OF ^^1 


W Rowfuird, iii. 415. 


St. Owena Hill, i. 454. ^^^| 


1 KowiB, iiL 4/7. 


Stuthlie, iv 41, 571, 572. ^^H 


1 Rowrandalls, iii. 504, 50o. 


Sakford of Fyvie, ui. 101, 105. ^^H 


' RoyBter, i. 615. 


Salqubok, iv. 82. -^^H 


Rnbislftw, i. 232. 233, 243 ; iii, 181, 


Saltcoats, i. S23 ; iv. 116. ^^M 


182, 215, 218. 


Saltoon. iv. ^^H 


Ruddriaton, L 79, 232; iii. li)3 ; iv. 


Sanchar, iii. 324. ^^H 


486. 


SanclarnawB, iii. 160. ^^H 


Radriggia, iv. 491, 492, 493. 


Sandend, ii. 96. ^^^M 


Boffenia. i. 118. 


Sandfnrd, iii. 121, 515. ^^^| 


Rnidgait, ir. 595. 


Sandhalcb, ii. S14, 316 ; iii. 58:^, 583. ^^^| 


Rnmmor,i. fil8; iv. 467. 


^^^1 


RimjB of Kylbtithock, iv. 73, 74. 


Sandhaveii, 412. ^^^| 


Ruthanen, see Logie Mar, Parish of. 


SandiehiUook, iii. 504, 505. ^^H 


Rathtrelen, ii. 158. 


Saphook, i. 581 : ii. 445 ; iii. 415. ^^H 


Kuthven, Parish of, I 23U; ii. U7, 


SapUngbrae, i. 185. ^^H 


148, 149. 150. 152, 156, 157, 162. 


Sarbogs, iii. 440. ^^H 


163,186-188; iv. 693. 


SaihUee, iv. 560. ^^^| 


Camdale, ii. 308. 


SaUinraw Weat, iv. 110. ^^H 


Ruvynanchlaobe, iv. Ml, 396. 419, 


Saachak, ii. 332. ^^H 


Ryell, iv. 31(5. 


Sauchie, iii. 146, 148, 417, ^^^| 




Sanohin, i. 79 ; ii. 49. ^^^| 


St. Combs, i. 429. 


Saachingis, iv. 404. ^^^| 


St. EthemenB Slack, J. 455. 


Saochock, i. 498, 504, 505 ; ^^^| 


St. Fergns, Pariah of, i. 70, 93, 97, 


^^H 


123, 217, 220, 222, 224, 227, 228, 


of KinmoodiB, ii. 438, 441: ^^H 


229, 230. 419-423: ii. 121, 122, 


^^M 


397^6; iii. 321; iv. 37, 72-77, 


Savacb, Chapel at, i. 405. ^^H 


598.G31. 


Savock, i. 187 ; iii. 157 -, iv. -22, 24. 26. ^^H 


St. Machar, Cathedra! of, eeo Aber- 


^^H 


deen. 


Scaireoch, i. 24 ^^^M 


PariBh ot; i. 75, 87, 144, 145, 


Scale Merlec, Hit. ^^^H 


158, 218, 223, 224, 226, 228, 


Scamsgyee, iv. 146, 147. ^^^H 


231-234, 235; iii. 161-198. 




St Nicholas, Collegiate Chni'cli of in 


Scarelavereik, iv. ^^^H 


Aberdeen, see Aberdeen. 


Scatyrty, ii. 360, 361 ; iii. 52.'), 526. ^^^| 


Pariah of, i. 85, 166, 218, 221, 


527, 528, 529, 530. ^^H 


223. 224, 226, 228, 229, 237, 


ScbanviU, ii. 89, 91. ^^H 


241-243 ; ii. 356. 


ScheilfeUd, i. 606 ; iv. 355, ;j62. ^^^H 



^^^^H^ ^^^^^1 


^^^^^H 




^^^^^H Scber^, 


SbeelB, ^^^^^^1 


^^^^^^H Schetbyurawestone, i. S55, 356 ; iii. 


^^^^^^1 


^^^^^H 


Shettockaley, iii. 216, 217, 218. ^^^^M 


^^^^^H Scbevaldo, 6i, 576, 57d. 


Shiel, The, L 504. ^^M 


^^^^^H Schiras, L 116, 321, 331 ; iii. U, 64, 


StuUmm, i. 330 ; iii. 76, 129, 170, 171 ) ^^M 


^^^^^H 66, 68, 70, 


^^M 


^^^^^^H 224, 340, 411, ^t. 5o0, 558, 


Chapel at, i. 330. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Sidgot, iii. 542. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Siggat, IT. 580, 581. ^^H 


^^^^^^B ScIatT, i. 143. 144, iii. 


Sigget, St. Mary's Cbapel at, i. 507. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Sillarathy, i?. 426. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^^^H Scienemiiigorne, i. 172. 


SilTerliillock, It. 565, 666. ^^H 


^^^^^M 


Silverwells, i. 461. ^^H 


^^^^^M Scot&tiBlaQd, iii. 501 


Sinabotb, i. 116. ^^^1 


^^^^^H Scotamill, ir. 


Sionahard, Chapel at, i. 612. ^^M 


^^^^^H ScottelniiD, i. 200, 231 168 ^ iv. 


Skatterty, iii. 150 ; iv. 102, 103, 120, ^^M 


^^^^^H 


650, 651, 653. ^^M 


^^^^^H Scrc^hill, ii. 438, 440 : W. 20, 22, 28, 


Skeeth, iv. 760. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Skeith, ii. 105, 106. ^^H 


^^^^^H Scarryfiird, 


SkeUater, i 79, 616 : W. 219, 227, 23:). ^^H 


^^^^^^^V Scatriefoord, iv. 


^^M 


^^^^^H Seafield, 




^^^^^^H Seatonn, 


Skene, i. 116, 159, 279, 260. 2o4 ; iu. ^^H 


^^^^^B 308 


33, 64, 89, 94, 103, 126, 170, 193, ^^H 


^^^^^H Sedyden, 


226, 241, 260, 313, 314, 315, 316. ^^H 


^^^^^H Se^teden, 


318, 319, 321, 323, 324, 325, 326. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Seggiefoord of Fyvie, iii. 38. 


328, 335, 340, 383, 384, 418, 427, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Segrden, i. 624; iii. 376, 417; iv.513. 


428, 446, 518, 519, 53b, 540, 551, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


561, 563, 589, 591 ; iy. 693. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Selbie, i. 541 ; 


Loch of, i. 280; ii. 47, 49 i ^^M 


^^^^^^B> Selmys, iU. 82, 173, 371, 372, 4(io, 508, 


iii. 313, 316, 317, 329. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 


Parish of, i. 85, 126, 223.224, ^^M 


^^^^^^^H SeDglassangortTD, i, 


228. 279-285 ; iii. 241, 313-330, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^M Se;mill7B, FuBsagiam 


Skewow. ^^H 


^^^^^^H SeytoaD, 


Skieth, Chapel of Our Lady of Pit; ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Shank, The, 


at. i. 644. ^^H 


^^^^^^^M Shean-Spittol, see Coirnwall. 


SkiUimarnock, Hill of, i. 410- ^^^| 



^^BP OF PLACES. ^1 


Sldllmanee, iii. 75, ?6, 559. 




Skillymarno, i. 187 ; ii. +38, 44i) ; iv. 




20. 23, 28, 557. 


Smythill, iii. 534; iv. 382. 


SHImoir, iv. 22. 


Soccotb, L 615 : ii. 14. 26. 


SkipjDoh, iii. 213. 


Sounabotht, iy. 204, 440, 442, 413. 


SHr DroBtan, see Aberdour, Parish of. 


750, 772, 774. 


Slaina, L 20, 97, 115, 120, 316, 355, 


Sonnahard, iv. 431, 432, 433, 443, 44t. 


356, 364, 372. 376, 878, 382. 383, 


774. 


38fi, 386. 388, 389, 390. 391, 392. 


Soaely, iv. 483. 


395, 407 i ii. 346, 391, 403, 405, 


SoQth Badieohella, iii. 415. 


442 J iii. 12, 13, 19, 22,38,40,91, 


Southesfle, ii. 402, 403 ; iv. .^d^. 


119, 122, 123, 124, 12(i, 130, 132, 


Soathowlyie, Jv. 481. 


133, 140, 141, 148, 149, 150, 151, 


Sowiohill, i. 90. 


152, 153, 154, 155, 15G, 157, 


Spelancus Ulpin, i. 299 ; iii. 338. 


158, 160, 183, 257; iv, 91, 640, 


Spey, Chapel of St. Nicholas atBridgB 


677. 


of, ii. 136, 284. 


Ca8trnmde,iii.r23, 128, 150, 


Hospital of St. NichoUfi ab 


15G. 


Bridge of, ii. 278, 283, 28.5, 286, 


^^L Caveof, i. 97. 


287, 288. 


^H Pariah of, i. 93, 97, 217, 219, 


Bridge of; iii. *17. 


^^f 222, 224, 227. 383. 387-396, 470; 


Spinhilhnnt, iii. 63. 


iii. 129-160. 


Spittal, i. 120, 125, 152, 153, 155. 


Slak, iv. 144, 514. 


Hospital at, i. 640. 


Blaklethy, ii. 312. 


Stainniehill, iii. 157. 


Slap, St. John's Well at, i. 460. 


StaadingHtones, iii. 225 ; iv. .'^9, 


Slawethy, iv. 416, 423. 


309, 


Sleaache, iv. 565, 560. 


Stanebrig, iii. 452. 


Siede, IT. 76. 


Staneycroft, ii. 427. 


Sloepyhillocks, iii. 225 ; iv. 309. 


SlewD, i. 479, 


Stanhona, iii. 351. 


^m Slioch, i. 476; iii. 519. 


Stanyford, i. 197 ; iii. 547. 


^^m Slowi^ iL 


Stenzfield, iii. 512. 


^H SInggarty, iii. 482. 


Starbreohnlacb, i. 337. 


^^ Slutha^b, iii. 3. 


Starbridge, iii. 415 ; iv. 74. 


r Smallbam, iii. 562, 572 ; iv. 39, 564, 


Starnamoneth, i. 298 ; iii. 337. 


1 566. 


Staipping Steania, ii. 371. 


^^— SmedyhoDB, iv. 507. 


Steiro, Bea Birkhall. 


^K Smiddiefaaldis, ii. 371 . 


Stellis, Piacaria de, iii. 215, 217. 


^^1 Smidiehill, iii. 59; iv. 145. 


Sterlingbill, L 119. 



64 INDEX OF PLACES. 

StervinlinghiU, iu. 128, 129. | Strathbogie, L 13, 14, 15, 27, 72, 115, 

StevinBburne, iv. 579. i 250, 476; ii 159, 160, 161, 180; 

Stobstane, ii 427. iiL 108, 230 ; iv. 63, 162, 340, 

Stocke Monnthe, i. 77. 465, 561, 563, 565, 567. 

Stocket, Forest of, i. 86, 280 ; iii. 1 74, Castie, i. 14, dB9, 5r4, 556 ; ii. 

210, 211, 212, 213. , 164, 165. 

Stodfauld, iii. 50. Rnral Deanery o£^ ii. 147, 148, 

Stonebridges, iv. 110, 318. 155, 158, 282, 304. 

Stonehoose of Gight, iii. 559. , Straihbrok, iv. 603, 613. 

Stoniefield, i. 476 ; iii. 520. ' Straihdee, i. 24, 36 ; ii. 89, 91 ; iii. 298, 

Stonkill, iii. 50. 299, 323 ; iv. 191, 194, 216, 236, 

Stonywood, i. 238, 239 ; iii. 14, 15, 33, ■. 244, 275, 393, 715, 743, 744, 747. 

52, 65, 78, 105, 157, 193, 220, 221, . see Crathie, Parish of. 



257, 276, 303, 305, 315, 335, 340, 
375, 384. 448, 449, 450, 516, 519, 



Sfarathdon, i. 26, 73; ii. 309; iv. 158, 
177, 236, 381, 718, 738, 747, 



533, 536, 551 ; iv. 38. | 774. 

Stonywood, St. Mary's Chapel at, i. 238, Parish of, L 79, 85, 1 58, 1 70, 

239. " I 173, 215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 230, 

Strachan, L 77 ; ii. 72, 73, 74 ; iii. 319, i 548, 616-618; iv. 467-478, 778-783. 

384 ; iv. 628. Strathdovem, see Cabraeh, Parish of. 
Parish of,i. 89,223,226,651; ' Strathdown, i. 11, 15, 26, 79, 529; ii. 

ii. 68-75. 159, 296, 300, 304, 305, 309 ; iii. 

Straibknow, ii. 239. ' 487. 

Straitgarnik, iv. 422, 423. ! Strathgarnik, iv. 770. 

Straloch, i. 22, 236, 237 ; ii. 263 ; iii. j Strathgartnie, iv. 188. 

7, 11, 17, 18, 35, 64, 71, 89, Strathgimick, i. 641 ; ii. 83. 

151, 193, 303, 315. 383, 384, 408, . Strathglass, iv. 68, 69. 

421, 533, 554, 561, 590 ; iv. 567, Strathifentoun, iv. 69. 

568, 569, 570, 612, 616, 617, 630, j Strathisla, i. 12, 13, 72; ii. 231, 234, 

631. 235, 238, 245-413, 426 ; iii. 568. 

Chapel at, L 236. Strathlochach, L 338. 

Stralownak, iv. 423, 426, 656. Strathmore, Loch of, ii. 25. 

Stramor, iv. 445, 446. _ Strathowne, iv. 182, 277. 

Stranalak, iv. 416. Stratht, L 504 ; ii. 332. 

Strathalva, iii. 370, 576, 577, 578, 584, ' Strathtary, iiL 536. 



586; iv. 89, 167, 170,350. 
Strathalvecht, see Alva, Parish of. 
Strathardill, i. 551. 
Strathbeg, i. 19, 97, 423, 424, 430. 



Strathtodle, iv. 81. 
Strathtry, iii. 328. 
Strathnrde, ii. 263. 
Strattethy, L 387. 



^^^^H OF i^^^^^l 


^^^^^v^ 


Tillygarmonnt, ii. 75. ^^^H 


^^^^^H| ThomastoQDB, iii. 512, 520, 562, 572; 


Tlllyilt, i. 3.J4, 330, 340 ; iii. 59, 72. ^^M 


^^^^^^^k 


Till;kerak, iv. 79. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Tiltie, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Thomoacoalok, 331, 


Tipportie, i. 363, 364, 390 ; ii. 420, ^^H 




429 ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Tirepreasf, iv. 378, 379, 380, 494, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Tlfriemjllane, iv. 543, 544. ^^H 


^^^^^^H TborntoOD, 564 ; iL 2;J8 ; ul. 38, 87, 


TirrievaiU, iii. 427, 423, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Toberchenze, iv. 143. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Todlacby, ii. 49 ; iii. 504, 505. ^^H 


^^^^^^H ThrebalgeDiR, 


Todlaw, u. 311, 367. ^^^| 




Todlochj, iv. 481. ^^^1 


^^^^^^H Tibarty, iii. 578 89, 


Toen, i. 172 ii. 49. ^^^| 


^^^^^^P 


-^^^^^^^M 




^^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^L Tibnrtaw, IT. tfl. 


^^^^^^^H 


^^^^^HL Ti&ie, ii. 


Toldow, ^"^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Tileoorlli}-, 83, 84 ; iv. 


Tollas, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Tolletarnag, iv. 581. ^^^| 


^^^^^^■1 TiUedivje, 


TolliB, iii. 514, 516; iv. 69, 435, 438, ^^H 


^^^^^^H TiUerj-, i. 366, 367, 368, 370; h. 25. 


^^H 


^^^^^H Ul, 146. 


ToUofraik, iv. 470. ^^H 


^^^^^H TilliefrQBkie, i. 


ToUophin, iv. 31& ^^M 


^^^^^H TilliekeirieB, 


Tolmade, iU. 68, 243, 459, 514 ; iv. 341, ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


396, 401, 419. ^^M 




TolqahoD, i. 22, 87, 116, 330, 332, 333, ^^M 




335 i iii. 13, 17, 18, 40, 41, 63, 64^ ^^M 


^^^^^^1 Tillieflnanght, 75, 


65, 66, 67, 208, 302, 335. 375. ^^M 


^^^^^B TiUiocb, ii. 138, 441 . 


^^^M 


^^^^^^H TiUiqahilly, i. 78, 638 


Tolyocre, ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Tillybyne, 


Tocnads, ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Tillfonirn, 


Tombeg, iii, 504, 505. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


Tombellie, ii. 90, 91. ^^^| 


^^^^^H Titlyfonr, 43, 49; 439 218, 


Tonlej, L 79, 596 ; iv. 146, 147. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 219, 255, 277, 278, 341, 34S, 396, 


Toringloiae, iii. 504, 505. ^^^H 


^^^^^V 404, 405, 419, 5S1, 522, 


Toniabaithneiche, iv. 470. ^^^H 


^^^^^H 


Toi-aavetlij-iic, iv. 341, 396. 401, 419. ^^M 



^^HV INDEX OF ^^^^ 


Torqnbat, iv. 588. 


Troup, Cupella de, i. 490 ; ii. 119, 120, ^^^^^H 


Torrebreck, iv. 475. 


^^^^H 


Torrens, iv. 146, 147. 


Trnelfur, ^^^^H 


Torreys, iv. 521, 522, 525, 526. 




Tonie, L 254, 255, 259, 261, 262, 263, 


Tuboimby, t. 298 337. ^^^^^| 


515 ; iii. 247, 248, 249, 250, 252 ; 


^^^^^H 


^m 


^^^^^H 


^^M Bnrgnm de, iU. 250. 


Tulaclitarum, ^^^^^^H 


^H in Udaj, iii. 156. 


Talbowry, ^^^^^H 


^■_3'orr7leitti, iii. 85. 


Tuteskeacb, ^^^^^H 


^KTortaratoan, il 434 ; ir. 24, 69, 7U, 71, 


Tulibaglagh, i. ^^^^H 


^V 589, 590, 591, 592, 593, 594, 


Tulibay, iii. 339, 340, 341. 342. 344, ^^^^^H 


^" 595. 


^^^^^H 


Torweohty, ii. 447. 


1 1 ^^^^H 


TouchtflT, iii. 434. 


Tolicarue, i, 147 ; iv. 341, 366, 396, ^^^^H 


^^ Tough, i. 596 ; iv. 146, 338, 339. 


^^^^H 


^H Farish of, i. 85, 217, 219, 


Toliche in Cluuy, 404, 419. ^^^^^H 


^H 223, 225. 226, 595-596 ; iii. 487 ; 


Talicbnobo, iii. 122. ^^^^^^H 


^™ ir. 338.346, 396. 


^^^^^H 


Tonkiahill, ii. 432. 


^^^^H 


Towchia, iv. 29, 47, 48, 657. 


^^^^^H 


^^ Towea, i. 471. 


TuligOVKODB, iii. ^^^^H 


^^Towie, i. 79. 479, 611, 612; iii. 482. 


Tolikery, iL 48 ; iv. 341, 342, 396, 404, ^^^^^H 


^H Parish of, i. 85, 217, 219, 223, 


^^^^^H 


^H 225, 229, 611-612; iv. 426-449, 


Toliaaeboy, i. ^^^^^^H 


^H 


^^^^^H 


^H Barclay, i. 21, 462, 463, 465, 


^^^^^H 


^H 466; iii. 15, 35, 33, 5-;^, <->4, 65,70, 


^^^^H 


^H 78, 89. 94, 105. 


iv. 649. ^^^^H 


^HTowleyis, iii. 387. 395. 


Tutlery, ^^^^^H 


^H Towy, iv. 116, 447, 487, 488, 490, 497, 


ToUeskyncbe, ^^^^^H 


^H 


Tnllachowrie, 504, 505. ^^^^^^| 




Tullacbivyneya, iv. 341, 419. ^^^^^H 


^^ Trewie Kirk, iv. 504. 


^^^^^H 


TroBtach, ii. 55, 56. 60. 


TuUibrallQch, i. 319; ii. 43, 44, 45 ; ^^^^H 


TrotresHill, iv. 317. 


^^^^H 


Troup, i. 18, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492 ; 


^^^^^H 


^m ii- 2a4, 366; iii. 116, 230, 540, 


^^^^^H 


^m 541 ; iv. 597, 626. 


in Murthlacii. 255, 256. ^^^^^H 



^^^^V INDEX OF PLACES. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H TQllicb, Parish of. 


TnlloB, i. .531, 537. ^^^^^H 


^^^^^H 86, 131, 132, 133, 217, 219, 223, 


Tultyboyancbteran, iL 367. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 32S, 229, 689-640 ; ii. 80, 81 . 


TtiUjkeratb, ii. S95. ^^H 


^^^^^H TaUichei7, W. 


Tallymadicli, iii. 83, 84. ^^H 


^^^^^M ToIlicfaiddU), 


Tolymald, i. 487; Hi. 126, 127, 534, ^^1 


^^^^^H Tulliechellie, W. 


535; iT. 383, 411, 412, 421, 422, ^^M 


^^^^^B Tolliedaff, 


^^M 


^^^^^V 


TanjmoTgaiuie, L 221 ; ir. 512. ^^M 


^^^^^^H Totligonya, Bee Eeitbfield. 


ToUyDamolt, ii 378, 381 ; iy. 113, 388. ^^M 


^^^^^^B TnlUgHg, i. 145, 339 iii. 


ToUyqnbore, ir. 481. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 ChapeUt, i. 357. 


TuUjsiiaiioht, i. 147. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Tallikr, iii. 




^^^^^^^H TRtlimaddin, i. 


Tnlqahorey, ii. 314. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Tallinatblak, see Tnlltcfa. 


Toljache, iii. 78, 79, 93 ; ir. 487. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Tallinaaght, 


Tolyangns, ir. 378, 487, 495, 765. ^^H 


^^^^^^H TnlliaeasU, i. 143, 144, 1&4; iv. 


Talj'doane, iii. 407. ^^| 


^^^^^^H 


Tnlykemw, W. 635, 636. ^^M 


^^^^^H Parish of, 


Talfmade in New Machor, iii. 202, 203. ^^M 


^^^^^H 218, 221, 223, 225, 226, 228, 608, 


Talymar, iv. 341, 342, 396. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 62B-630 395 536-544. 


Tolynahilt, i. 319 ; ii. 43, 45; iii. 43. ^H 


^^^^^H Talliocb, I 187 ; iii. 183 21, 29. 


Tolyreocbe, n. 341, 396, 401, 419. ^^H 


^^^^^^P 


Tulywhetir, i. 300. ^^H 


^^^^^^V Tnlliperae, 


Tametbe, ii. 264l ^^H 


^^^^^^ TuUiprany, W. 218, 219, 277, 278, 739. 


Tnnmeth, see Dnnraeth, Parish of. ^^H 


^^^^^^L TaUiqnhoreky. i. 


Turf Slack, ii. 359. ^^M 


^^^^^^H TnlliBkeitbe, 


Tumalaif, iii. 127. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H TulliEniche, 


Tnmerb^l, i. 307, 308. ' ^^H 


^^^^^^^H TnlliwhiU, see Ofdeqohill, PaHsh of. 


Tumoebt, It. 560. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Tarriff, i. 21, 34, 90, 120, 223, 465, ^^1 


^^^^^^m TaUoalloohe, 


467 ; ii, 349, 350 ; iii. 37, 129. ^^1 


^^^^^^m TaUoch. i. 619 1 ii. 48 ; iv. 445, 446, 


160, £68. ^^H 


^^^^^f 


Hoepital of St. CoDgan at, ^^H 


^^^^^M 


i. 96, 460, 461, 467, 469, 470 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H^ in Peterculter, iii, 345. 


337, 339, 340, 360 ; iii. 1 29. ^^1 


^^^^^^h 


Parish of, i. 93, 97, 1S8, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Tnlloobcoy, 


215, 218, 220, 223, 224, 228, ^^M 


^^^^^^H TtUloohill, 


448, 460-473, 474, 562; ii. 121, ^^1 


^^^^^^H Tallocba, iii. 


337-359,375,377; iii. 15], 158, ^^H 


^^^^^^B Talloqubf, jl 


159,160,506-512. ^^1 



^^^P INDEX OF PLACES. ^^^^ 


^V Trnmchd, IT. 117. 


Vadb ^^^^H 


^M Tfflcbifl, i. 118, 187 ; ii. ^7, 408, 409, 


see Oyne. ^^^^^^H 


^M 432. 441 i iv. 21, 23. 


Yiridia Vicas, see Aberdeen, Qreen ^^^^^^H 


^M Tyflie, i. 333. 


^^^^^H 


^H l^ot,!. 122; ii. 273. 


Vrcewy, i. 172. ^^^^H 


^^M lyebagger, Forest of, i. 86. 


^^^^H 


^H Tyrie, i. 112, 449, 450; ii. 383, 334, 


^^^^^^H 


^H 390; iv. 64, 102, 103, ISO, 649, 


Waluows, ^^^^H 


^H 650, 653. 


Wallaofa, see Donmotli, PoriBh o(. ^^^^^H 


^H Pari8hof,i.97,216,218,320, 


WeUof St., ^^^^H 


^M 222, 224, 227, 228, 435, 449-451 ; 


I^^^^^H 


^m ii. 383-384 ; iT. 122-124, 650, 652. 


Wallis, iv. ^^^^^H 


^H 653, 680-682. 


Waatonn, ^^^^^^H 


^H Tyafie, iv. 24. 


Wai-doria Flemvug, i. 113; iii. 376. ^^^^^H 




Wardbonae, i. 23, 90, 54i, 554, 555; ^^^^H 


^^1 UcHTEfiALUKE, Bee AnchterelluH. 


iii. 404, 405 ; iv. 522, 526, 663. ^^^^H 


^^H UcbterhoDBe, aee Anohterhoiise. 


WardreB in Sintore, iii. 327, 328. ^^^^^H 


^^B Ucbtdrle^B, see Aachterlew. 


Wamgbam, t. ^^^^^H 


^H Ucbtyrapin;. iv. 573. 


Warreatoan. ^^^^H 


^H ndach, L 118, 463. 466, 472, 473, 474 ; 


Wartle. i. 578 ; iii. 369, 374, 429, 438, ^^^^^H 


^H ii. 358, 359 ; iii. 14, 159, 257, 408, 


^^^^^H 


^H 507, 508, 50d, 510, 536, 5-54. 


Waterside, ^^^^^H 


^H Udny, i. 22, 117, 312, 321, 343, 34G, 


Watertoo, i. 240. 241, 306, 308; iii. ^^^^H 


^H 357 ; iii. 79. 


^^^^H 


^H Cbapel of, iii. 77. 


WatishiU of EUon, ^^^^H 


^H Cbrifit'B Oreen at, i. 325, 326. 


Wattiafanld, ^^^^H 


^H Parish of, i. 70, 97, 224, 


Waalk Mjlne, u. 440 ; iv. 514. ^^^^H 


^H S57-360; iii. 77-88, 158. 


Wayne, Strype at, ^^^^^H 


^m Udoohis, iv. 443, 751. 


Wedderbnm, iii. 512, 520 ; iv. 566 ^^^^H 


^M Une, see Oyne. 


Wedder Lairs, ^^^^^H 




Weelstrype, iv. ^^^^^H 


^H Ord,iy. 316. 


^^^^^H 


^H Roaabard, iv. .H7. 


Weltona, i. 240, 241. ^^^^H 


^H Torie, Chapel at, i. 255. 


Weltonne, ^^^^^H 


^H Urilhille, ii. 427. 


WeBchinpole, ii. 445. ^^^^^1 


^H Fry, ir. 632. 


Westbam, ^^^^^H 


^H Ulhaw, iii. 14, 257. 


WeBtbynnes, .^^^^^M 


^H Ublaw, iii. 576, 577, 578 i iv. 89, 91, 


West Dronlaw. ^^^^^H 


^H 650, 651. 


Wester Allancoch, ii. ^^^^^H 




Ancbqobamie, 158. ^^^^^^^^| 



^^M INDEX OF ^^^^^^^1 


^^^H Wester Beltio, ii. 5. 


WhitohillB, 116. ^^^^| 


^^^H Camqubjio, iL 33. 




^^^^H WeBteronringaay, ii. 21S. 


Whil«i-Bfihes, iii. 159. ^^^H 


^^^H Wester Cluln, i. 634; ii. 77. 


White BigB, ii. 306. ^^^1 


^^H Coree.i. 607. 


Wbitestoncs, ii. 44S. ^^H 


^^H .... Coal, ii. 26. 


Wbitmyrea, i. 239. ^^^H 


^^B Crimokis, ii. 238. 


Whytbogne, iv. 59. ^^^| 


^^H Crojlettis, il 238. 


Whyteboni, iii. 49. ^^^| 


^^^H WeBterdiBblair, iv. 507. 


Whytewall, iii. 389, 390, 474. ^^^H 


^^^H WeBterdmmmelochy, iv. 314, 441. 


Whytloj, iv. 31G, 317. ^^^H 


^^^1 Weat^ressyntoly, iii. 355, 357, 358. 


Whytstanes, i. 405 . ^^^| 


^^^B Wester Yiatr&y, iii. 327, 228, 424. 


Windfanld, 50. ^^^| 


^^Hl Foalis, i, 599 ; iii. 490, 497. 


Windbills, 239. ^^^1 


^^^V Weaterhons, iii. 418. 


Windieaey, iv. 423. ^^^H 


^^^K Wester Kincraigie, i. 607. 




^^^^^^^_ Kinmundy, iii. 329. 


WilHnga. The, iii. 242. ^^H 


^^^^^^^a Locbale, i. 606. 


Wistrone, iv. 565, 566. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^B Maler, i. 595. 


WittinshUl, iv. 578, 579. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Wodeod, i. 504. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


WodreUd, iv. 320. ^^H 


^^^^^^H FilfodelB, iii. 


WodtouD, 580. ^^^H 


^^^^^^■^ 269, 270, 


Woodhead of Fetterlettor, i. 495. ^^^| 


^^^^F Rowifi, iii. 477. 


in Dyce. iii. 226. ^^H 


^^^H WeBt«rtocbres, ii. 59. 


Woodbeid of Laithsrs, iii. 564, 565. ^^^M 


^^^H WcBtertonD, i. 286, 287. 


Woodhill, iii. 388. ^^^H 


^^^H Westfeild, iii. 175, 369, 400; ir. 667, 


Woodland, i. 235 ; iii. 37, 225 ; iv. 309. ^ 


^^■^ 


Woolaw, iii. 158. J 


^^^^^^^ WestbaU, i. 120, 159, 536, 579, 844; 


Woodoad of Fyvie, ii. 332, 333. 1 


^^^^^^^L iii. 188, 


Wraea, iii. 159, 376 ; iv. 529. ^^M 


^^^^^^^1 


Wranghame, iv. 507, 511. ^^H 


^^^^^^|r Ca[)eUaniade,iii.441. 442. 


Wykhom, iv. ^^H 


^ Westhills, 


^^^^M 


^^^^P WeBthoDB, ir. 413. 


Yaelside, iv. 160. ^^^^1 


^^^B WbeytBtryp, ii. 


Yocbiy, ii. 211, 214, 215. ^^^1 


^^^H WbitcamiB, iv. 22. 


Yookiahill, ii. 445 ; iu. 132 ; iv. 24. ■ 


^^H Wbitecross, i. 530, 538 ; iii. 376. 


Trnside, iv, 22. 1 


^^^H Wliitefoild, iv. 194. 


Ylban, FiBcaria de, iii. 69, 102, lOS, M 


^^H Whit«baagb, i. 79, 629, 630; iv. 543. 


105, 106, 110, 151, 158. ^^^1 


^^^H Whitebill, i. 409. 


Ythaio, i. 329 ; iii. 63, 65, 67. ^^^| 


^^^H Wbitebillock of Arnage, iii 25. 


Cbapel at, i. 330. ^^^1 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



AbbIiL, John, i. 57, 58. 
Aberbroihook, Abbot of. A, i. 293, 294, 

565. 
Bernard, L 195, 197, 

258,259,879, 511, 626; ii. 106, 

395 ; iii. 67, 58, 212, 292, 293, 

813, 317, 545, 547 ; iv. 612, 711, 

760. 
David, i. 261, 262, 

351, 352, 422, 489, 497, 517, 518, 

522 ; ii. 28, 29, 63, 64, 65, 66, 125, 

126, 127, 128, 208, 209, 211 ; iil 

58, 247, 248, 251, 349 ; iv. 97. 
Geoflfrey, i. 269, 270 ; 

ii. 189. 
George, L 514, 515; 

ii. 61, 134, 185 ; iii. 59, 225, 247, 

411, 507, 549 ; iv. 226. 
Henry, i. 247, 626; 

ii. 801. 
•• James Betonn, iii. 71, 

72. 
John, i. 268, 259, 342, 

511, 521, 588 ; ii. 197, 818 ; iii. 

78, 74. 
Malcolm, i. 347, 348, 

349, 497 ; iL 124 ; iii. 69, 62, 178, 

827 ; iv. 408, 405, 406. 



Aberbrothock, Abbot of, Nicholas, i. 

625. 
RiQhard,i.l98,199,234, 

260, 345 ; ii. 27 ; iv. 899. 
Guthrie, iii. 62, 

548. 
Walter, i. 260, 269, 

271, 838, 345, 846, 513 ; ii. 60, 

139 ; iv. 393. 
Paniter, i. 848 ; 

iii. 62. 
William, i. 198, 258, 

349, 350, 615 ; ii. 62. 
Oommendator of, George, iii. 

154, 256, 639. 

James Betonn, iv. 846. 

John, Lord Hamilton, 

iii. 671. 
Aberbnthnot, Dnncanns de, ii. 66. 

Robert of That Ilk, iii. 32. 

Abercambri, Alexander, of Balqnhane, 

i. 642, 543, 644 
Aberchirdir of That Dk, ii. 189. 
Abercromby of Birkenbog, i. 644. 
of Glassaogh, i. 644 ; ii. 

94. 

Sir Alexander, iii. 68. 

Alexander, iv. 1 75, 787. 



^^^^V INDEX OF 


^^^^^1 


^^^^^^^^^ft Abercromb;, Alexander de, de Ardo^e, 


Aberdeen, Archdeacon of, Malcallwin*^ ^^^H 


^^^^^m 


^^M 


^^^^^^^H of Birkenbog, i. 527. 


Malcoini, i. 292, 293, ',^^H 


^^^^^H of Cabardf, i. 344. 


565, 566 1 ii. 72, 122, 123, 153. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Omeros, i. 292, 564^ ^^H 


^^^^^H dePitmeddaii,iiL444, 


ii. 18, 21, 121 1 iii. 177. ^^1 


^^^^^^H 


Simon, i. 154, 247, ^^1 


^^^^^^H Vicar ofTarves,i. 335. 


292, 293, 564, 624 ; ii. 120. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Andrew, iv. 280, 684. 


Thomas de Tynning- ^^H 


^^^^^^B David of, i. 540 ; iii. 470. 


ham, i. 145 ; ii. 380, 381 ; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Elizabetb, iv. 463. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^B Francifi of Fetterneir, 528. 


William Crawford, if. ^^H 


^^^^^^f 


^^1 


^^^^^F George, de Pitmeddan, iii. 


Bishop of, Adam Beliendeu, ^^H 


^^^^H 446, 447. 538, 


^^1 


^^^^^H 


Crail, ^H 


^^^^^^H Sir Francis of Birkeobog, 


490, 564, 566, 589 ; ii. 18, 20, ^H 


^^^^^^ 


121, 122, 123, 337, 392, 397. ^H 


^^^^^^L JameB, Gar of Persie. iv. 450. 


Tynningham, i. ^^^H 


^^^^^^B de Petmatben, iii. 442. 


163, 352; ii. 400; iii. 197, 210. 1 


^^^^^^1 Jobtiof,iii.443; iT.]75,753. 


351 ; iv. 378, 379, 727. J 


^^^^^^^H ■■- Minister at Oyne and 


Alexander Ban)ett,i,16H. ^^^fl 


^^^^^^B Premnay, 


Forbes,i. 166. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Gordon, i. 164, ^^M 


^^^^^^^H Umfredns, i. 5i4. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H de, de Pitmeddan, iii. 


Kinninmnndl., ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


i. 158, 163, 335; ii. 313; iii. 45, ^^M 


^^^^^^^H WilhelmoB, Canonieaa,ii.250. 


289 ^^M 


^^^^^^^H William, Exbortcr at Ihin- 


^^M 


^^^^^^H 


148, 149, 158, 163, 434, 538, 54S ; ^^M 


^^^^^^H de Petmathen, iii. 441, 


ii. 37, 101, 385 ; iii. 89, 197, 210, ^^M 


^^^^^H 


289, 543 ; iv. 146, 156, 159, 374. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^B Aberdeen, Arcbdeacon of, JameB Ers- 


160, 53(3, 712, 713, 716. ^^1 


^^^^^M 


David Cnnningbam. i. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^H^ Jobn Barbour, i. 577 ; 


166 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^■^ 


MitcheU,i.l67. ^^H 


^^^^^^^L Lawrence Pyot, 


Edward, i. 144, 14); ^^H 


^^^^^H 344 ; iii. 


ii. 16 i iii. 168, 198, 205, 209, 210, ^^W 


^^^^^H 


428, 454, 560 ; iv. 460, 486, 53'!. 1 



^^^^H' INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^V Aberdeen, Bishop of, Gavia Dunbar, 




^H i. 29, 78, 142, 149, 150, 155, 


^^^^^H 


^H 1S6, 160, 165, 200, 201, 62'2, €55 ; 


Matthew Einninmnnd. ^^^^^^H 


^H ii. 232, 398; iii. 49. 55, 79. 81, 


i. 146. 147, 148, 153, 154, 160, 256, ^^^^^H 


^H no. 104, 220, 225, 338, 473, 507 ; 


292, 362, 489. 496, 547, 564, 566, ^^^^H 


^H ir. 486. 


624; U. IC, 20, 27, 119, 121, ^^^^H 


^H QeoFge Haljbnrton,i 


123, 234, 360, 363, 373 ; tii. 3, ^^^^H 


^H 168, 254, 264, 405, 475 ; iii, 50. 


162, 253, 369, 128, 441 ; h: 486, ^^^^H 


^H OUbert Greenlaw, i. 


692, ^^^^^H 


^H 147, 158. 163, 200, 448, 492, 500, 


Patrick Forbes, L 64, ^^^^^^M 


^H 502, 503, 540 1 ii. 36, UO, 162, 


238, 358, 409, 411. 431, ^^^^^1 


^H 227, 264, 314, 351, 375, 376, 377, 


599, 600, 601, 607; ii. 2t3, 391. ^^^^^^| 


^H 379; iii. 96, 231, 351, 363, 471 ; 


392 136. ^^^^^1 


^^M iv. 87. 164, 172, 178, 170, S72, 


^^^^H 


^^B 378, 382, 383, 452, 453, 458, 494, 


Scong^i. 138. ^^^^^1 


^H 


^^^^^M 


^H Stirling, i. 161. 


Peter Blackburn. ^^^^^^| 


^^B 29S, 5Sr, 565, 566, 619 ; ii. 21, 86, 


16S ^^^^^H 


^^V 121, 122, 123, 138. 139 ; iv. 451. 


Ramsa;,L157, ^^^^^^^| 


^^H Henry Cbeyne, i. 79, 


161, 235, 339, 340, 603, 657: ^^^^^1 


^H 138. 148, 150, 154. 153, 162, 194. 


^^^^^M 


^^m 195, 304, 312, 334, 340, 342, 627 ; 


Ralph Lambley, I 147, ^^^^^^| 


^H ii. 37, 312, 392; iii. 3, 57, 463. 


161, 293, 56S, 566, 567, 568, 633 ; ^^^^^^| 


^H 544; iv. 81, 113. 371, 607, 612, 


123 ^^^^^1 


^H 703,704, 705, 707. 


Richard Pottock. ^^^^^^| 


^^H LoiglitoD, 


141, 158, 372, ^^^^^1 


^H U5, 150, 158, 163, 327 ; ii. 381 ; 


394 429 iv. 460. ^^^^^1 


^H iii. 162, 210. 316, 317, 351, 423; 


Robert ^^^^^^^| 


^H W. 191, 389, 394. 454, 537. 538. 


^^^^^H 


^H Hugh Beuham, i. 161, 


TbomaaSpencci,il49, ^^^^^1 


^H 236, 25a 467, 469. 


159, 164. 283; iu 344; iii. ^^^^^^1 


^^H Ingelram Lindsay, 


180, 223, 224, 232, 233, 241, 327, ^^^^^^| 


^H 149, 158. 159, 164, 215 ; ii. 27 ; 


63, 401, ^^^^^^1 


^H iii. 77, 289, 318, 441 ; iv. 197, 201, 


405, 406, 449, 593. ^^^^^^| 


^H 


William Dean, i. 163 ; ^^^^^^| 


^H John, i. 160, 173,247, 


^^^^^^1 


^H 352,490.688, 603; ii. 120, 121, 




^H 122, 123, 327, 360, 373 ; iv. 467, 


28, 78, 149, 150, 151, 159, IH ^^^^^1 


^H 


167, 201, 210, 263, 278. 504, 552, ^^^^^| 




^^^^^^H 



^^■H 


^^H 


^^^^H INBEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^H 


Aberdeen, Dean of, James Brown, iii. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


^H 


^^^^^^H 339, 347, 362, 398 


Kii]cragy,iv.97. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 69, 79, 102, 104, 113, 130, 161, 


Patrick Spalding, iv. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 163, 164, 165, 170, 178, 


467, 463. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 225, 23'o, 234, 240, 275, 834, 348, 


BicbardForbes,ii. 163; ^^H 


^^^^^^H 349, 351, 352, 371, 398, 420, 


iii. 113, 474, 528, 578 ; iv. 331, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 431, 432, 438, 465, 473, 480, o07. 


^^1 


^^^^^H 5U8, 515, 543, 580, 583 


Robert, i. 154, 247, ^^H 


^^^^^H 47, 64. 134. 215, 224, 


292, 293, 566, 568; ii. 120, 123; ^^H 


^^^^^H 358, 409, 443, 451, 464, 489, 521. 


^M 


^^^^^^^H Aberdeen, Bishop of, William Oor- 


Er8kine,ll348; ^^M 


^^^^^m don, 656 


iii. 182, 354, 443. ^^M 


^^^^^V iii. 85, 86, 198, 205, 206, 207,253, 


Maitland, ^^^| 


^^^^^H 255, 351, 352, 353, 354, 377, 381, 


^^1 


^^^^^H 433, 435, 442, 443, 457, 467 ; 


Roger, i. 292; il 120. ^^H 


^^^^^B 371, 488, 490, 491, 402, 494, 496, 


Walter do Covin^tre. ^^^| 


^^^^^^L 497, 525, 527, 538, 658, 669. 


^^H 


^^^^^^L 


Precentor of, Archibald Lind- ^^ 


^^^^^^H 


aay, ii. 398 ; iii. 15. 


^^^^^^H 429, 430, 469, 494, 495 335, 


Henry Harvey,iii. 178, 


^^^^^H 


318. 


^^^^^^^^^H BishDp Coadjutor of, George 


Jordanns, i. 566 ; ii. 


^^^^^^^H of Fbscarty, 


12 3. 


^^^^^^^^^P Chancellor Alexander 


Roger ofDerbi,!. 568. 


^^^^^V Inglia, ir. IBS, 407. 


Simon de Etale, iii. 26. 


^^^^^H 


William Crawford, ii. 


^^^^^^L SeytoiiDe,i.628. 


380, 381 ; iv. 889. 


^^^^^^^^^H Duncan Leighton, 


Treasurer of, Andrew Bell, iii. 


^^^^^H 


529. 


^^^^^^H 


Lyell, iii. 258, 


^^^^^^H 


273,346; iv. 736. 


^^^^^^^V HQghdeBennnm,i.568. 


Patrick Myreton, iii. 


^^^^^^B John Beid, ii. 447. 


86. 206, 255, 352, 381. 43S. 


^^^^^^H Dean of, Alexander, 


Robert Elphinatone, ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 561, 564 ; ii, 


iii. 484. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


William, i. 292, 566 ; ^^M 


^^^^^^^H Freekyn de 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Earl of, George, i. 87. ^^^| 




^^^f 



^^H^V IKDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^V Aberdeen. Earl of. William, i. 41 4. 


Abernethv. .Tnhn. i. A.lt; : ii. 421^ • iii. ^^^^^^1 


^^B David of. Vii»r (if Kllnn. 


^^^^^^1 


^^m 455 


of Kmcelti. iii. S34. ^^^^^^1 


^^H .... (hllwrtiiK tiliiiN OrKwhni dn. 


AI4- ^^^^^^1 


^^M 


^^^^^^1 


^^M Uuffo de. clenooB. i. ^32. 




^^M Frater Hugo de, ii. 217. 


^^^^^H 


^^m MBtheasde. dericua WiUelmi 


da Unthemav. MiW. ^^^^^^^1 


^H Bsgis, i. 247. 


^^^^^M 


^^H Persaoa de. WilltitinDR. 


Willelmafi Hr. dn SUlt/>iin. ^^^^^^H 


^H 


Miles, ii. ^^^^^H 


^^B ll'rat«r UadalnhnH dfl. ii. ^47. 


William. L 2H2- ii. I.'i». 2R0. ^^^^^^H 


^^B Kobertos de. ii. 247. 


;j5i> : iii. 4 1 iv. 403. 405. 406. 697. ^^^^^^H 


^^M Aberdoar. Alexander, i. 518: iv. 1:^1. 


Abovne. Karl at'. Charles. L 87. 6»4 : ^^^^^^1 


^^^1 . NntfLTiiiH. 111. .SriO 


^^^^^^1 


^H WUliam. iii. 2m : iv. H2. 92. 


^^^^^H 


^H AberkF-rdor. Diivid of. it. 280 • iv 


Ahrnlmm. Mninq).(tr ^^^^^^^^H 


^^1 


Aoheubrnc. WiUclmaB de. ii. 286. ^^^^^^^1 


^^H Johannes de. u. 207. 21-itJ. 


Achres. Neavnas de. jyattvns. i. 4'/7. ^^^^^^^1 


^^H Vicarios de 


Ada, UomitiBiBft. nzor Henrici Uomitia. ^^^^^^^1 


^^1 Elin'n. 


^^^^^M 


^^B VrvmrtldnH dn. ii. 220 


Adam. ClerimiR Dnvid Hn Slmt.h- ^^^^^^^H 


^^1 Walter of. ii. 220. 


bolfrrn. ^^^^^^1 


^H WiUeimns de, ii. 217, S20. 


dp H»1»n ^^^^^H 


^H AberoetLv. of Saltoan. ii. 225. 


i^'ilina Adami. ^^^^^^1 




^^^^^H 


^H Alexander, ii. 2^0. 


UomitiB Fere^Hii. ^^^^^^^^^1 


^H de N-alhirdaill. ii. 


^^^^^H 


^H 


UoBttatnc. u. 2Ub. ^^^^^^^1 


^H Andrew, iii. 192. 


^^^^^^1 


^H Oeortra. ii. 211. 212. 


Roberti. ii. 2R7. ^^^^^M 


^H Uenricus de. i. 4UB : ii. 


KtmW. ii. 2HI). ^^^^^^1 


^H 


h'rat^^rCnmil'.iR. i. 40!l. ^^^^^^^1 


^H .. Ua») de. iv. <!»7. 


^^^^^H 


^H James, it 228. 


Mac Ferdomnac iv. 550. ^^^^^H 


^^H UoaderatlnverkeithnT. 


NenoB Mattbei ^^^^^^^| 


^H 




^H J(ihanii<>ii dn. M.lex i. ?flR ' 


Spi.P«>Hl1nH A>>InfH» He Ahr^r- ^^^^^H 


^H 


brothock, ^^^^H 



^^^^H IKDEX ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^H Adam, Sabdecanns Moranensis.-u. 170, 


Alanne, Capellanna Wilielmi ComitiF ^^H 


^^^^^B 


de Bachan, i. 561. ^^H 


^^^^^H Adamncui. St.. i. 383, 508, 509, 633 ; 


Filias Eagonifi, i. 547. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 




^^^^^^^^^M Adameon, Alexajider, ii. 12. 


Buchan, i ^^H 


^^^^^^H George, iv. 471, 782. 


Kolandi, Constabnla- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


^^^1 


^^^^^^^H Dominican 


Walteri, Dapifer, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Monastery at Aberdeen, i. 


^^M 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^^^^^M Patricios, Bnrgensis de Aber- 


^^H 


^^^^^^M 


Albany, Duke of, Alexander, i. 608 ; ^^H 


^^^^^^^M Thomas, ii. 432. 


iii. G22 ; iv.213, 214, 856, 472, 473. ^^H 


^^^^^^^|. WUlelmns, 


John, iii. 16, 110, ^^H 




184 ; tv. 319, 529. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H RobertuB de, ii. 2U7. 


Mardoch, iii. 587; ^^H 


^^^^^H 


iT. 181, 182, 386. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Admowty, Henry, iii. 


Robert, i. 233, 290, ^^1 


^^^^^H Aelles, Nicolaus 


;jl6, 343, 390, 471, 478. 491, 499, ^^M 


^^^^^^H Agnew, PatHcias, Miles, A97. 


503, 605 i ii. 80, 31, 35, 44, 67, ^^M 


^^^^^^^H Agno, W., Officialis Moravieoais, ii. 


85, 99, 102, 140, 161, 227, 264, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


294,314, 380; iiL 95, 133, 134, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Aikenheid, Jaiaea, Advocate, ir. 590. 


141, 165, 181, 201, 230, 296, 297, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 John, see Monymusk, Prior 


363; ir. 84, 114, 161, 164, 172, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


178, 204, 319, 376. 381, 451, 458, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Jobannes. 


642, 644, 732. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H AlaasoD, Andrew, ProToat of Aber- 


Albinus, capellanns, ir. 693. ^^^| 


^^^^^H iii. 143, 144, 14&, 178, 


Aleaone, Johannes. Notary Public, Ii. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


Alexander 1., King of Scote.i. 635 ; ir. ^^H 




^^1 


^^^^^^H domns TrinitatU de Aberdeen, iii. 


Il.,KingofScota,i.86,88,146. V 


^^^^^H 


147, 201, 257, 268, 291, 295, 298, j 


^^^^^^^H Geoi^ua, ffotarias, 346. 


336. 341, 465, 490, 548, 561, 566. J 


^^^^^^B Jaoobns, iii. 499. 


603, 604. 609 ; ii 16, 56, 109, 128, ^^H 


^^^^^H Bobertns, iii. -262. 


136, 138, 142. 143. 155, 233, 247, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


272, 283, 284, 326, 365, 398, 410 ; ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Alanns, Canonicns de Aberdeen, I btJS ; 


iii 113, 177, 337, 341. 369; iv. ^^H 


^^^^^M 


73, 74, 694, 695, 697. ^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



77 



Alexander HL, Eingof Scots, i. 88, 162, 
196, 249, 286, 303, 323, 340, 341, 
467, 470, 609, 631 ; ii. 318, 326, 
363 ; iii. 646, 560 ; iv. 305, 372, 
599, 600, 605, 608, 696, 697. 

Alexander, Minister at Glass, 

ii. 185. 

Bargensis Sancti Andree, ii. 

72, 

Filius Thomae, i v. 695. 

Eilius Walter!, Senescallns, 

i. 548. 

WiUelmi, fiUi Thori, 

ii. 42. 
Frater Bricii Episoopi Moravi- 

ensis, ii. 191, 192. 
Oulielmus, de Menstrie, iv. 

52a 

Monachus de Deir, i. 186. 

Viceoomes de Clacmannan, 

ii. 42. 

de Elgyn, ii. 144, 155, 

158, 282, 283, 304. 

de Strivelin, i. 566. 

Alexanderson, Alexander, iv. 625. 

Donald, iv. 625. 

Pinlai, iv. 625. 

John, i. 464 

Robert, iv. 181. 

Thomas, Armiger, iii. 554. 

Alexandri, Andreas, iii. 451. 

i David, iii. 150. 

Johannes, iv. 461 . 

Thomas, iii. 149. 

Alfomus Filins Normanni, Constabola- 

rius, i. 547, 548. 
Algone, Mac Arcill, iv. 548. 
Aliat, David, ii. 237, 365. 
Allan Qriseall, ii. 171. 



Allan, William, ii. 172 ; iv. 740. 
Allardioe of Anchterless, iii. 561 . 

Alexander, iii. 45. 

Jacobns, de eodem, iii. 87. 

Sir James, Provost of Oui- 

Lady EIrk of the Hench, iii. 213. 

Joanna, iii. 87. 

Johannes, iii. 547; iv. 735. 

de. Miles, iii. 263. 

Notarius, iii. 154. 

John, of That Bk, ii. 366 ; iii. 

32, 34, 303, 560. 

Robert, of Badinschot, ii. 366 . 

Dean of Garioch, iv. 

488. 
Reader at Anchterless, 

i. 229. 
Robertns, Frater Jo- 

hannis Allardice de eodem, ii. 

335. 
Vicarius de Anchter- 
less, iii. 457. 
Thomas de, i. 514; iii. 334; 

iv. 188, 261. 
de eodem, i. 282; iv. 

206, 212, 257. 
Allasone, Jacobns, Vicarius de Bel- 

helvie, iv. 531. 
Alschinder, Robert, iii. 422. 
Alwinns filins Arehill, ii. 129. 
Anderson of Aradonl, L 649. 

Adam, i. 573. 

Alexander, Minister of Bo- 
harm, ii 276. 
Prebendarins de 

Meithlik, iii 86, 255, 381. 
Principal of King's 

College, L 320, 578. 
Frater Alexander, iii. 169. 



^^^^H 


^^^^^M 




Anderson. Robert, Notarv, iv. 636. "^^^^^^H 


^^^^^H ,i»,n 


Tenant ot Mekle ^^^H 


^^^^^^K Mnnu^hno (to Ahor. 


Crage, i. 302. ^H 


^^^^^^H 


KoberLas, itursenBtsde Aber- ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H Arthnr. Ntytarr. ii. 184: iv. 


deen. iii. 216. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Thomas, iv. 742. ^^M 


^^^^^^H U&vid. iii. 402: iv. 


Bar?ensta de Aber- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H fUarie do all thinBrs^. 


Willelmns.CaratDsdebchis. ^^H 


^^^^^^B 


^^H 


^^^^^^H ... Hnli,Vn« Hp 4hpr.5«.n 


Knriba cnne vicecomi- ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


lit: Ah<>rdmiD. i. ^^^| 




William, ijarcese of Kil- ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


drammv. iv. 741. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H frolnRanr nt'TbHolopv. 




^^^^^^H Kinir's UoUesre. i. 


^^1 


^^^^^^H KAni-ll^nH. iv^. 4.')7. 


Andreas. Cauonicns UoraTienaia. ii. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Ucnba ISiirneto U«ino. 


^^M 


^^^^^^H. 


CaDollanus. ii. 120. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^B trat.Rr IJnTiri. Fnnr h'rat.rnm 


UathoiEDiBcomAber- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Prpdi«i(«rnrartfiAhflr<1PPn.ni.lfi!l. 


^^H 


^^^^^H Dnncati. iv. 4%. 


UleriuQB Andree tintaconi ^^^| 


^^^^H Ueorire. ii. m. 


MoraviensiB. ii. 193. 282. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Vicar ot inaerowrr. 1. 


kadnifiEDiHooDiAber- ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


donrasia. i. ,'>bK 1-^4. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H JobansesdePitfoar. iii.41. 


J<'iiiDS Valteri. i. 1^^. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H VicariQB de Botarr. 


MairiBter. i. 221. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Presbyter de Brechvn. iL 3U2. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Virn.nnRHf^ Kotnrrlp. ii. 13S. ^^H 


^^^^^H John. ii. 431. 48S : Hi. 251 


Andree. UancannB. i. 350. H.'il. ^^H 


^^^^^^H iv. 42. 43. 44. 45. 4UH. 541 . 741. 


JacoboB, iv. 347. ^^M 


^^^^^^^H JtinnresB of Aberdeen. 


Johannes, iv. 347. ^^H 


^^^^^^M ii. 4»1 : 


Man-'areta. iv. 347. ^^H 


^^^^^^^B Patricios. CanomiMiK rtn Mo- 


WalteniB, iv. 331. ^^H 


^^^^^^H nvmask. iii. 4Ht). 498. 


Willelmiis, i. 350, SM. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Ulencne lifmntat.nn rin 


Andrew. Catinn nf Aht^rlnnr ii. 9fll ^^H 


^^^^^H Uavno. iii. 4iJl. 


PBi.«nn» rlfl Philnrt.}, ii Hfi.=i. ^^M 


^^^^^H Patrick, i. 3f^U. 


Andrn .InlimmPB (llorimB f/in^ilii ^^^H 


^^^^^H Kobert, iv. 4;;, 488, 5'n, 


^^H 



^^^^^1 INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^V Andnis, David de, i, 548. 




^^H Asgonsone, Thomas, iv. 488, 496. 


^^^^^^^^H 


^^H Angns, E&rl of, Arcbibald, i. G7, 263 ; 


Thomas of Ochtei-elloD, ^^^^^^^H 


^^H ii. 211, 316; iii. 165, 213, 357, 


^^^^^^H 


^^H. 358,522; ir. 415. 


NotarioB, iv. 596. ^^^^^^H 


^^H George, iv. 77, 166, 


Presbyter Aberdoneo- ^^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^1 


^^B Ggillebrite, ir. 550. 


William, Mirngtor of BelUe, ^^^^^^^H 


^^B Gilbert de UmfraviUe, 


^^^^^^H 


^^H IT. 704 


Annandia, Alexander filius David de, ^^^^^^^^^H 


^^1 JameB, iv. 397, 39a 


^^^^^^H 


^^H Tbomas Stewart, iv. 


David de,UileB,iv.7lB. ^^^^^H 


^^m 160, 715, 723, 724, 752. 


Dominas David de, ii. 4:i. ^^^^^^H 


^^H William, iii. 571; iv. 


Anne of Denmark, Queen of Jtimeii ^^^^^^^H 


^^H 391, 392. 


^^^^^H 


^^^^B de Douglas, iv. 


Arbuthnot, ViBcoant of, John, i. ^^^^^^^H 


^^H 84. 387, 388. 


Alexander, of Caringall, i. ^^^^^^H 


^^H and CaitbnesB, Earl of, M., 


.^^^^^H 


^^H 


of ^^^^^H 


^^H and Marr, Cotmtew of, 


College, i. ^^^^^^1 


^^H Margaret, iv. 161, 733. 


Andrew, ofBrnadland, i. 425. ^^^^^^| 


^^H Angaa, David, iv. 123. 


Captain Andrew, iii. 280, 282. ^^^^^H 


^^H Elena, iv. 347. 


David, de Fjndowrie, iv. 356. ^^^^^^^^^M 


^^M Fr&ter Serlo, ii. 247. 


GeorginB, ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^H Johasoee de, iii. 263. 


Hew, of that nk, iii. 269. ^^^^^^H 


^^H WiUelmns de, iii. 263. 


^^^^^H 


^^H Aonand of OcbterolloD, i. 307. 


of Caroegall, ii. 415. ^^^^^^H 


^^K Alexander, iv. 555. 


Bobert, of That Bk, i. ^^^^^^H 


^^M deOcbterellon, iii.28, 


^^^^^^1 


^^1 42, 52, 66, 80, 421. 


ofFyndowrie, iv. 354. ^^^^^H 


^^1 DaviddeOcbterellon, i. 307; 


ofScotsmill,i. 420. ^^^^^^^H 


^^M 


Archangel, Father, see Leslie, George. ^^^^^^^H 


^^M Dominiis David de, iii. 132. 


Arches, Herbertua do, i. 547. ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^^H HenrioQB, de OcliterelloD, iii. 


Archibald. Jobannes, ^^^^^^H 


^^1 41, 42, 52, 340, 551, 563; iv. 78, 


Arobibaldi, Willelmns, Scntifer, i. 343. ' ^^^^^^H 


^^1 


Arcbibaldns, CapellannB Aadree Epis- ^^^^^^H 


^^M JaoobaB, iii. U8, 119 ; iv. 


copi MoraviensiB, ii. 286. ^^^^^^^^^| 


^^M 




^^^M Notarins, iv, 31, 32. 


^^^^^^^H 



^^^^H 80 INDEX ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^1 Ard, Alexander 305 


Amot, John, Vioar of Fivy, iii. 549. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Andrew, of That Ok, ii. 


Arone, John, nee Glasgow, Archdeacon ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H Christinas de, MiloB, ii. lUli. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Johannes de, Snccentor Mo- 


Arran, Earl of, James, i. 113 ; iii. 165. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


195 ; iv. 552, 553, 770. ^^| 


^^^^^^^^^^ Margaretade, Domina ejns- 


Airat, David, BargeneiB de Aberdeen. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^^1 de, Domina de Erclee, 


Arrot, David, Reader at KUbetbok, 1. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 479, 480 ; 121 iv. 434, 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Artbnr, Prince of Scotland, iv. 225. ^^H 


^^^^^H Ardbeky, Alexander, de eodem, i. 


Artbnr, Gilbertos, i. 260. ^^H 


^^^^^^K Ardes, Malcolmna, i. 


JohonneR. iv. 100. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^B Ardncbri, Johannes, filioa Bicardi de. 


WiUiam, iii. 346. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Aston, WillehnOB de, Canonicus Mo- ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Arejrie, Bishop of, David Hamilton, 


raviensis, ii. 287. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


Atheray, Johannes de, Preab7t«r Dan- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Oeoi^ Lander, i. 285 ; 


blanensis, iv. 200. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Athol. Earl of, Alan Darward, i. 86, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Robert Col qahoim, iii. 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


David, i. 342; iii. 211. ^^1 


^^^^^^H Earl of, Archibald, i. 504, 




^^^^^^H 552 ; ii. 347, 3t>2, 366 ; iu. S6, 55, 


ii. 159, 160, 259, 304; iv. 713. ^^H 


^^^^^M no, 79, 81, 104, 164, 195, 213, 220, 


Henry, ii. 259. ^^H 


^^^^^H 225, 349, 351, 473, 507 ; iv. 36, 


J., i. 340. ^^M 


^^^^^H 47, 97, 134, 223, 224, 226, 46i, 


John, i. 608 ; ii. 259. ^^M 


^^^^^B 


260, 265, 312; iii. 522; iv. 77, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


214, 234, 346, 357, 711, 712, 747. ^^H 


^^^^^H 51, 102, 110, 115, 164, 180, 


Stewart,i.l65i ^^H 


^^^^^H 224, 232, 273, 275, 314, 347, 348, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 357, 358, 398, 417, 515, 522, 


John de Strathbogie, ^^^| 


^^^^^H 528, 580; iv. 


^^M 


^^^^^H 


Walter Stewart, ^^H 


^^^^^H Armourcbtne, Makane de, i. 458. 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^t Armstrong, Oilbertns, Canonicua Aber- 


and Caithness, Earl of, Wal- ^^H 


^^^^^M 


ter, ii. 162 ; iv. 387. ^^M 


^^^^^^^H MoravieneiB, ii. 


Master of, John, ii. 265, 266 ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Ooantess of, Isabella, iv. 712. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Marjory, ii. 312, 313 ; ^^H 


^^^^^H Amot, John, of That Dk, ii. 


^^H 


^L ^_^ 


^^^J 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



81 



Athra, JohaDnes, Notarins, iv. 202. 
Atkin, Alexander, iv. 738. 
Atkinson, John, i. 541. 

Thomas, Capellanas, iii. 203. 

Notarins, iy. 108. 

Aton, WiUelmns de, ii. 803. 
Anchanyowche, Johannes, ii. 228. 
Anchinleck of Balmanno, i. 532. 

Gteorge, of Balmanno, iii. 1 73, 

174 ; i7. 668. 

of Pitrichie, iii 86. 

Jaoobns de. Miles, iii. 121. 

Mr., Minister of Fraserburgh, 

1.402. 

William, iv. 668. 

Chaplain, iii. 146, 369. 

Parson of Kjnkel, i. 

573. . 

of Schery, iii. 20. 

of Schethin, iii. 129; 

iv. 667. 
Anchleck, Alexander, ii. 326. 
Anchneive, Wal terns, Bnrgensis de 

Aberdeen, iii. 41, 46. 
Anchterlony, William, of KeUy, iv. 196. 
Audelee, Dominns Adam de, i. 624. 
Angnstini, Frater Benedictns, ii. 247. 
Ang^tinns, Serviens Andree Episcopi 
Moraviensis, ii. 109. 

Thomas, TarraviensLs, i. 461. 

Anri&ber, Johannes, ii. 199. 
Austean, Thomas, ii. 358, 359. 
Avondale, Lord, Andrew, ii. 315, 355 ; 
iii. 98, 102, 115, 180, 224, 232, 
241, 273, 275, 314, 827, 347, 348, 
417, 472, 511, 522, 528, 579 ; iv. 
63, 77, 106, 215, 593. 
Avenel, G., ii. 301. 

Gorvase, i. 336 ; ii. 398. 



Avenel, Gilbert, ii. 398. 

R., i. 258. 

Bobertns, Jnstioarins, ii. 10. 

Bogems, iv. 698. 

Awaill, Johannes, Capellanns, iii. 392. 
Aytonn, Andrew, iv. 247, 273, 307. 

of Elinglassie, iv. 310. 

James, of Grange, i v. 310. 

Bad, Frater Alexander, ii. 238. 

Johannes, Monachus de Abor- 

brothook, ii. 128. 

Bicardns, ii. 364. 

WiUehnns, ii. 365. 

Badenach, Dominns de, Alexander 

Senescallns, iii. 521. 

John, iii. 539. 

Notary, iii. 438 ; iv. 

405. 

Vicar of Gamrie, iii. 358. 

Patridns, i. 283 ; iii. 11. 

Bnrgensis de Aberdeen, 

L 457; iii. 274. 
Bailye, Bemardns, Rector de Lam- 

myntoQD, iii. 251. 
Johannes, Capitanens de 

Anchindown, ii. 261. 
WiUiam, of Ardnele, ii. 248, 

249. 

Baird of Anchmedden, i 109, 444, 447. 

ofNewbyth,i. 71. 

Andrew, of Levioklaw, ii . 380, 

381. 
Gw)rge, of Anchmedden, ii. 

381; iii. 542; iv. 121, 673. 
Gtilbertns, de Anchmedden, iv. 

678. 

Johannes, Scriba Signeto 

Regio, iii. 387. 

11 



^^^^H 82 INDEX OF ^^^^^| 


^^^^^H Baird, WiUiftm, iv. 




^^^^^^H Willikm, of Aachmedden, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 




^^^^^^H of Ordinhnff, m. ^84. 


Berwyke, ii. 138. ^^H 


^^^^^^H BalbrTH}', JohanneR de, Miles, iii. 262. 


Tbomau de, iv. 159, 160, 374. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Balcolmy, Sir Archibald, iii. 58. 


BaUinallyne, Johannes de, iv. 468. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Archibald, Vicar of Tarvee, i. 


Balloch, Donald, of the lales, iv. 186. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Bahiacrag, Angos de, iv. 3/8. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Balconkall, Walterns, 


Balnavis, Henry, iv. G8'i. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^m Balcrommy, Johtuiaes, Bm^enBis de 


Balrony, Bobertns, Bargenais de Aber- ^^^H 


^^^^^^H iii. 184. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^H, Baldewy, Alexander, de eodem, i. 51fi, 


StephaQns,B[irgensi8deAber- ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Baldon-j, Fniter Waitcma, iii. 


deen, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Baldnenas Clericus, i. 


Balvenie, Lord, John, ii. 257. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Baldavy, Tbomae, Cai^llauue, ii. 13-^. 


Balwery, Ricardue do, Miles, iv. 752. ^^H 


^^^^^^P 


Balye, Tbomaa, Prior Fratrnm Predica- ^^H 


^^^^^^^^r Jacobus, Subdecanns Brechin- 


toram do Aberdeen, iii. 145. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


Banff. Lord, George, i. 509, 645 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^^L 


^^M 


^^^^^^B MaHinus, Officialis Saacti 


John George, i. 64S. ^^H 


^^^^^^B Andree, ii. 


Bannatyne, James, i. 385. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^ Balgony, Lord, ftobert, iii. 1^8. 


Notary, iv. <>83. ^^H 


^^^^^^^B Balgmy, John, Notary, iv. 578, 679. 


Johannes, Olcricns, ApoatoH- ^^^^| 


^^^^^^M Balhelry, Elizabeth, DomiDa de, i. SSO, 


cna ot Impsrialis NotarioH, iv. 97. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H Bslkaucoil, Walteras de, Notarias, 


Walt«ras, i. 171. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Bannerman of Elsiok, i. 71, 264. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Balkame, Adam 


Alexander, i. 392; ii. 429; ^^H 


^^^^^^H Balkatb, Rogemn de. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Ballingall, William, Beader aad Vicar 


Capellnnns, t. 395. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H at 


de Waterton, i. Ill, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Balliol, John, Ring of Scots, iv. 605, 


115,290, 313, 314, 315; ii. 12; ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


iii. 14. 28, 29,30, S3, 42, 48. 52, ^^M 


^^^^^^^H Sir John, Lord of Galloway, 


53. 64, 65, 69, 78. 89, 103. 105, ^^M 


^^^^^^1 


149, 151, 192, 227. 256, 260, 276. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^B Alexander de, Camerarins 


305, 334, 3S5, 340, 341, 353, 384, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H 


418, 420, 446, US, 449, 450, 516. ^^1 


^^^^^^1 Edward, 


519. 533, 551, 553, o61, 563, £89, ^^M 


^^^^^H 


592 ; iv. 37. 40, 46, 50, 60. 94, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H ... Enstachias 


111, 442, 624. 762, 769. ^^M 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



83 



BannermaB, Alexander, Bargess of 
Aberdeen, iii. 295 ; iv. 642. 

David, iiL 263. 

Donald, de Balmaoasy, iii. 48, 

149. 

Dovinaidns, Medicns David 

n., i. 240 ; iii. 210. 

Edmund, Bargess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 145, 179. 

Gteorge, of Waterton, iii. 30, 

556. 

Henry, of Waterton, iii. 28; 

iv. 656. 

Ingeramns, Capellanos, iii. 

586. 

James, Minister of Inveravon, 

ii. 294. 

John, i. 394; iii. 179. 

of Alsick, i. 307; iii. 

7, 178, 179, 180. 

of Bogfarlay, iii. 215. 

of Waterton, iii. 178. 

elder, i. 394. 

Patrick, of Balmacasj, iii. 48. 

Thomas, i. 303. 

Simon, ii. 382; iii. 334; iv. 

124, 125, 389. 

deAlesik, iii. 27, 96,97. 

de Balmacasj, i. 307; 

iii. 27. 
Bannestar, Thomas, iv. 108. 
Banton, Johannes, iv. 347. 
Barbar, Alexander, see Caithness, 
Archdeacon of. 

William, iv. 378. 

Barbas, Alexander, Chaplain, iv. 615. 

Andrew, Chaplain, ii. 400. 

Barbour, John, see Aberdeen, Arch- 
deacon of. 



Barbour, Brobert, Bargess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 222. 
Barcar, John, iii. 428. 

Patrick, Chaplain, iii. 507. 

Biicardus, Monachos de Lun- 

doris, iii. 394, 410. 
Barclay de Tolly, Prince, i. 462. 
of Towie, i. 18, 462, 465, 

489. 
Adam, Minister of Alfonl, iv. 

137, 139. 
•.. .. Alexander of, ii. 72 ; iii. 263, 

416 ; iv. 725, 726. 
Sir Alexander, of Towie, i. 

466. 
Alexander, de Grantuly, ii. 

372 ; iu. 166, 167. 

de Kerko, i 290. 

of Matheris, ii. 102, 

103; iii. 585. 

Andrew, i. 491 ; iii. 554. 

of Gb*antuly, ii. 175, 

367 ; iii. 539 ; iv. 720, 721, 722. 
David, i. 516; ii. 227, 264, 

314; iii. 292, 313; iv. 179. 

, de. Miles, ii. 218. 

de Duma, i. 605; iL 

103. 

of Memys, iii. 320. 

George, iv. 478. 

of Thatllk,ii. 173,188, 

251. 

of Auchrody, i. 462. 

of Matheris, i. 282. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iv. 578, 647, 684. 

Notary, iii. 86, 198. 

Hugo de. Miles, i. 286, 287. 

James, iii. 220 ; iv. 469. 



^^K INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^H Barclay, Jamee, of Kynnaroqahy, 


589, 590. 592 ; iv. 40, 46. 50, 60, ■ 


^^^1 


78, 92, 94, 121. 206, 208, 212, 257, 1 


^^^t^^^ John, i. 82 ; ii. 175 ; iii. 539 ; 


261, 442, 456. 1 


^^^^^^H 


Barclay. William, i. 82 ; ii. 175 ; 1 


^^^^^^B of Crawford, iii. 83. 


iii. S3, 266. I 


^^^^^^H of Oarintnlly, i. 6ie. 


M. U.. i. 82, 489. ■ 


^^^^^^B Towie, i. 462 i ii. 328, 


of Aaohredie, iu. 50. 


^^^^^^H 


of Kerko, iii. 416 ; 


^^^^^^^^H Minieter at Cniden, 


iv. 725, 726. 


^^^^^^V 


of Towi^ i. 289; ii. 


^^^^^^H MiniBteratAlford, iv. 141. 


367. 


^^^^^H 


Barde, Qeorge, of Glencnthill, iv. 677. 


^^^^^^H of Anchredie, iii. 50. 


of Ordinhnff, ii. 366, i 


^^^^^H of Orantaly, 


380, 381; iii. 3-1, 584; i?. 100. I 


^^^^^H 15, 64, 70, 


232. I 


^^^^^^H 302, SOS, 446, 514, S16, 


James, i. 282. 1 


^^^^^^H 343, 


Johannes, Capellanns Dnm- 1 


^^^^^^H ofTowie,i.4ti2iii. 366, 


blanensis, ii. 365. 1 


^^^^^^H 371 541, 542 ; 


Thomas, ii. 252. ^^fl 


^^^^^H 


de Ordynhof, ii. 102, ^^H 


^^^^^H Walter, i. 286, 4i)l, 514, 624; 


^^1 


^^^^^H iii. 


Barnes, Georgias, MilcB. iv. 106. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Darid, Capellanna, iii. 392. ■ 


^^^^^^H of, Knight, i. 340. 


Barron, AleMnder, Reader at Pyvie, 1 


^^^^^H of That 


i. 230. 1 


^^^^^H 


George, Notary, iv. 651, 674. 


^^^^^^^^^H of Dramdelgie, ii. 173. 


677, 


^^^^^^H of Oarintully, iii. 412. 


Dr. Robert, i. 49. 50 ; Ji. 244. 


^^^^^^f of Kerko, i. 46^. 




^^^^^^^^H -- of Eynnaroqahy, 


iii. i&i. 


^^^^^^ 37 


Barry. Johannes de, iii. 106, 167. 


^^^^^^^h 


Willelmns, Notarins, iii. 514 ; 


^^^^^^^M ofTowie,i.233,31S,321 


iv. 432. 


^^^^^^H 212, 213, 


BarthuB Monaobaa. i. 625. i 


^^^^^^H 371 iii. 


Ba«aet, BoberttiB, I 247. ^^^1 


^^^^^H C4, 65, 89, H 105, 


Bastianns Presbytems, i. 145. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 151, 154, 170, 


Baty. WUlelmus, iv. 678. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H S15, 375. 408, 418, 420, 


Bawn, v., Monaehns de Aberbrothock, ^^^ 


^^^^^^^K 44S, 44!), 536, 561 


ii. 128. 1 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



86 



Baxter, Joho, i. 303, 573 ; ii. 405 ; iii. 
128, 153 ; iv. 536, 734, 735. 

Robert, iv. 740, 741. 

Thomas, i. 302 ; iv. 741. 

Walter, Chaplain, iii. 466. 

Baynei AJanns, ii. 261. 

Donaldas, ii. 261. 

Johannes, ii. 261, 262. 

Bean, St., i. 123, 141, 142, 649 ; ii. 

253, 254, 258. 
Beaton, Cardinal, iv. 480, 763. 
BeanHeu, Prior of; Robert, iii 526. 

Simon, ii. 384. 

Bede the Pict, Mormaer of Bnchan, iv. 

545, 546. 
Beg, Frater Andreas, iii. 169. 
Bekyrtone, Sir Walter of, iv. 380. 
Beldin, Judex de Feme, ii. 19. 
Beldistonne, Andrew, i. 573. 
Beleramb, Johannes, ii. 194. 
Beleramnbe, Ferchardns, see Caithness, 

Bishop of. 
Bell, Andrew, see Aberdeen, Treasurer 
of. 

Gilbert, iv. 609. 

John, iii. 199. 

Rector of Einghorn, 

ii. 199. 

William, L 567 ; ii. 431. 

Bellenden, Archdeacon, i. 137. 

Adam, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

James, iv. 686. 

John, of Anchnoull, ii. 93 ; 

iii. 36, 187, 351. 

Thomas, iv. 0^7, 

of Anchnonll, iii. 195. 

Benham, Hugh, see Aberdeen, Bishop of. 
Bennat, Johannes, iii. 394. 



Bennef, Hugo de, ii. 120. 

Bennin, Thomas de. Rector Schola- 

rum de Aberdeen, i. 562. 
Bennum, Hugh, see Aberdeen, Chan- 
cellor of. 
Bentlay, Johannes de, iii. 576 ; iv. 727, 

728. • 
Benton, Andrew, ii. 353. 
..... Patrick, ii. 353. 
Benyng, Martinus, i. 575. 

Simon de, iv. 381. 

Berchlai, Robertus de, i. 496. 
Bereford, Edmundus de, Clericiis, iv. 

714. 
Berlay, Elizabeth, iv. 217, 218, 219, 
220, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 
229, 230, 278, 413, 738. 
Bemewile, Adam de, i. 295. 
Bemoldebi, Robert of, ii. 397. 
Bertoune, Alexander, iv. 320. 

Andrew, iv. 320. 

Robert, iv. 320- 

Bervie, Thomas, iv. 195. 

Berwic, Johannes de, Canonicus Mora- 

viensis, ii. 286. 
Best, Robert, iv. 107, 109. 
Betoun, Arcliibaldus, de Capildray, 
iii. 251. 

James, see Aberbrothock, 

Abbot of. 

see Aberbrothock, Com- 

mendator of. 

Provost of Both well, 

ii. 355. 

John of Balfoure, iv. 346. 

Betune, Andreas, Miles, ii. 24. 
Beuile, Henricus de, i. 247. 
Beunis, Hugo de. Miles, i. 625. 
Bimey, Henricus, Notarius, iii. 20. 



^^H 86 INDEX OF 


^^^^^H 


^^^H Birr, Robert, iv. 3ti4. 


Bifiset. Walter, of LeaBendrnm, i. 477^^^^^^B 


^^^H Birs, RobertoB, NotArinB, iv. 405. 


530, 618. 1 


^^^^L^^^ BiBset of LesBendram, i. Ill, i76. 


.... William, ii. 136, 283, 284. 1 


^^^^^^H Alexander, iv-. 533, 575. 


of Houthyrlis, ii. 388. 1 


^^^^^^^^^H of Lessendram, iii. 51'J. 




^^^^^^^^m Minister Brechin, 


389. 1 


^^^^^^H 


George, iv. 471, 782. 


^^^^^^^H 


John, ii. 367; iv. 42, 762. 


^^^^^^H 


Dominican Friar at 


^^^^^^H ... . George, i. 475 ; iii. 184, 216, 


Aberdeen, i. 202. 


^^^^^^H 


Burgess of Aberdeen, 


^^^^^^^^^H of Potmnkatonne, 


iii. 216, 264,265. 


^^^^^^B 184, 185, 186, 188, 


Peter, of Hftddo,i. 426. 


^^^^^^H Sheriff Dopnte of Aber- 


Robert, iv, 4M. 


^^^^^^^^ 


Thomas, iv. lUO. 


^^^^^^^1 Gilbert, iii. 35, IBti, 187, 188; 


WUIiam.ofWhitowall,iii.3y9, 


^^^^^H 


■•■... Sab-Principal of King's 


^^^^^^^K Sheriff Depute of Aber. 


College, i. 425. 


^^^^^^1 


Blackader, Patrick, i. 121, 


^^^^^^H* John, i 344, 561 


Robert, see Aberdeen, Bishop 


^^^^^H 143, 281 


of. 


^^^^^^^^1 TicarofKilmTT, iii. 34. 


Blackburn, Peter, see Aberdeen, Bishop ■ 


^^^^^^H 


^M 


^^^^^^H 


Blackball of That Ilk, i. 583. ^^H 


^^^^^^^( of LeesendmiQ, ii. 211, 


Gilbert, iii. 129 ; iv. 637. ^^H 


^^^^^^B 335, 446, 519, 


Johannes, de Barroche, iii. 


^^^^^^B 


418, 419. 


^^^^^^1 


ClericuBdBlnvernrjr,iii. 


^^^^^^^1 Kobert, ii. lOD'. 


469, 470. 


^^^^^^^1 of Lessmdram, iii. 51^, 


Hobertos, de eodem, it:. 47S. 


^^^^^^Hl 


de Little FoUy, iii. 478. 


^^^^^^^1 Thomas, i. 


W., ofThatnk, i. 118. 


^^^^^H 298, 445; 


...... WilUam.i. 117. 


^^^^^H 


of That I!k,i. 583; ii. 


^^^^^^^^^^1 ■■' of Pitmaketouue, 


U; iii. 14, 65, 78, 103, 151, 34'J, 


^^^^^H 


342, 407, 448, 450, 470, 475, 476, 


^^^^^^H 


477, 516. 519, 551, 561. 590, 592 ; 


^^^^^^^B ...... Walter, i 5(U; ii. 35, 57, 136, 


iv. 40, 50, 111, 232, 469. ^h 


^^^^^^^1 


of Barrak, iv. 5fi2. ^^H 



En)EX OP PEBSONS. 



87 



Blaokhally William, de Barrauch de 
Bourty, i. 315; iii. 33, 64, 90, 
103, 151, 221, 421, 450, 477, 536, 
591 ; iv. 60. 

of Bourty, iv. 469. 

Blacktebom, Willelmtis de, iv. 3. 
Blaikwood, Bobertns, iv. 506. 
Blair, Adam de, iv. 3. 

Alexander, Camerarins Sconae, 

ii. 181. 

de, i.408; ii. 303. 

Johannes, Monachns de Lnn- 

doris, iii. 394, 410. 

Nicholas of. Chaplain of Lord 

William Hay, iv. 395. 

Bector de Dunnottar, i. 

395. 

Patricius de, de Petre wy, i . 5 75 . 

Thomas, iv. 100. 

de, Scntifer, i. 472. 

William, ii. 304. 

Blakhaw, WiUiam, iv. 454. 
Blaklawis, Bobertns, iv. 31, 32. 
Blanie, Peris, iv. 734. 
Blantyre, Commendatarins de, Wal- 
tems, iii. 571. 

Bicardns, iv. 531. 

William, Vicar of Fy vie, iii . 549 . 

Bleid, T., iii. 228. 
Blinsall, Alexander, iii. 254. 

Baillie of Aberdeen, iii. 

145, 216, 274. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, i. 

347. 

Ninian, iii. 84. 

Bobertns, i. 518. 

Bargensis de Aber- 
deen, iii. 46, 64, 84, 145, 185, 186, 
192, 414, 464, 674, 560. 



Blinsall, Robertus, Prepositns de Aber- 
deen, i. 457. 

Thomas, iii. 254. 

Umphra, iv. 56, 57. 

William, iii. 253, 254. 

Baillie of Aberdeen, iii. 

46, 64, 243. 
Blith, WiUelmus, iii. 581. 
Bo, Dnncanus, ii. 261. 
Body, Gilbert, ii. 434. 

Robert, ii. 432. 

Boece, Arthnms, iv. 335, 634. 

Rector Beatae Mariae 

ad Nives, iii. 564, 565. 

Hector, i. 46, 137, 140, 143, 

162, 275, 449, 622, 654; iii. 237, 
451; iv. 536,680,681. 
Bogy, David, ii. 252. 
Boig, Patrick, iv. 328. 

William, iv. 556. 

Bois, Alexander, ii. 135. 

David, Monachns de Aber- 

brothock, ii. 128. 
Henr}-, see Dunblane, Chan- 
cellor of. 

Isabella, iv. 634. 

Patricius, Portionarius de 

Panbride, iv. 635. 

Willelmus de, iv. 695. 

Boiville, H. de, iii. 402 ; iv. 694. 

Bok, David, iii. 124. 

Bonayr, Robertas, Clericus Gilberti 

Episcopi Aberdonensis, ii. 21. 
Bondington, William de, see Glasgow, 
Bishop of. 

Willelmus de, Cancellarins, 

ii. 136, 284. 
Boneman, Alexander, Capellanu?', ii. 230. 
Boners, Johannes, Monachns, i. 512. 



88 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



BoDGville, John of, Knight, iii. 178. 
Bonkyll, Kannlphus de, iv. 733. 
Bonvile, Johannes, de Balhelvy Bon- 
vile, i. 289, 379. 
Borg, John, Notary, iii. 156, 157. 
Borthane, Sir Nichol, Notary, ii. 

356. 
Borthwick, Lord, John, iv. (^*7^ 671, 

673. 
WiUiam, i. 285, 608; 

iii. 102, 213, 275, 324, 348, 522 ; 

iv. 71, 120, 121, 214, 215, 357, 

671, 672, 674, %7Q, 
William of Ligeerwood, i. 448 ; 

ii. 376, 377. 

Archibald, iv. 672, 673. 

David, iv. 761, 779. 

Edward, iv. 671. 

Gavin, of Fentonne, iv, 671. 

Jacobus, de eodem, iv. Q7Q. 

Apparens de Glengilf, 

iv. 675. 

Sir John, i. 227. 

John, iii. 8; iv. 675. 

of Cinerey, iv. 672. 

of Crukistouue, iii. 

324. 

iv. 672. 

Michael, of Glengelt, iv. 671. 

Robert, of Gordonshall, iv. 

672. 
Thomas, of Princado, iv. 671, 

672. 
William, i. 448 ; ii. 376, 377 ; 

iii. 251 ; iv. 672. 
of. Knight, ii. 227 ; iv. 

391, 393, 727. 
of Crakistoune, iv. 

671, 672. 



Borthwick, William, of Katkune, iv. 

724. 

of Soltray, iv. 671. 

Bosco, Galfridos de, ii. 56. 

Hago de, i. 294, 567. 

Badalphns de, i. 567. 

WiUelmns de, i. 298, 294, 

565, 566 ; ii. 123, 192. 

Archidiaconns, i. 257. 

de, Cancellarius Begis, 

i. 560, 624 ; ii. 55, 119. 
de, Clericus Willelmi 

Regis, i. 510 ; ii. 41, 191, 192 ; iii. 

177. 
Boswele, Alexander, of Glasmouth, iii. 

334, 335. 
David, de Balmowto, iii. 334, 

335. 
Bosyth, Waltems de, L 547. 
Both well. Earl of, James, iii. 187. 
Patrick, i. 263, 504 ; ii. 

316, 362; iii. 51, 69, 164, 165, 

213, 220, 357, 358, 398 ; iv. 36, 

47, 464, 490. 
Lord, John, iii. 102, 275, 

348. 

John of, i. 490 ; ii. 102. 

Knight, i. 555. 

Canon of Muri'ay, i. 

618 ; ii. 201. 
Nicholans de, iv. 157, 

158. 
Bowilden, Johannes de, Serviens Ab- 

batis de £[elchon, i. 295. 
RicarduR de, Serviens Abbatis 

de Kelchon, i. 295. 
Bowman, Donald, iv. 474, 475. 

Gregory, iii. 428. 

William, iv. 27. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



89 



Boyd, Lord, Robert, ii. 315; iii. 614; 
iv. 68, 766. 

Alexander, do Dmmcoll, iii. 

180, 241. 

Peter, of Dnlliedrane, iv. 

762. 

Robert, Knight, iv. 712. 

Walter, de Petkind j, iii 233. 

Boyle, Johannes, Capellanus, iv. 34. 

Thomas, Chaplain, iii. 266, 

267. 
Boym, Rbbertns, iv. 699. 
Boysuille, Henricns de, i. 548. 
Braco, Lord, William, ii. 225. 
Branche, Andreas, Bnrgensis de Aber- 
deen, L 457; iii. 46, 264, 464. 
Thomas, Bnrgensis de Aber- 
deen, iii. 216, 508. 
Brandan, St., i. 646, 647 ; ii. 115. 
Braythol, Hugo de, ii. 195. 
Brebner, David, ii. 261 . 

Dnncan, ii. 26 1 . 

George, iv, 499. 

Gilbertns, iv. 634. 

Bnrgensis de Aber- 
deen, iii. 217. 
...... Johannes, iv. 98. 

Bnrgensis de Aberdeen, 

iv. 634. 

Thomas, ii. 261. 

WilUam, iv. 474, 475. 

Brechin, Abbot of, Leot, iv. 548. 
Archdeacon of, Gilbert Fores- 
ter, iv. 396. 

Stephanos de Cellario, 

ii.43. 
.... Bishop of, Andrew Lamb, i. 

166, 167. 
..... ...••. Ix,, IV. 117. 



Brechin, Bishop of, George Shoreswood, 

i. 427, 542, 006 ; ii. 343 ; iii. 8, 98, 

323, 324, 327, 424, 472, 513, 578 ; 

iv. 68. 69, 77, 78, 79, 89, 206, 

256, 258, 271. 
Dr James Dmmmond, 

i. 375. 

John Balfoar, iii. 51U.« 

de Kyninmond, 

i. 342, 627 ; ii. 313. 
Patrick de Lenchars, i- 

483, 539, 540, 550 ; ii. 37, 43, 

305 ; iii. 293, 362, 531, 573 ; iv. 

156, 374, 718. 

Radalfus, i. 247. 

Sampson, iv. 550. 

Walter Forrester, i. 

448 ; ii. 375, 376, 377 ; iii- 96. 
Precentor of, Paul Fraser, iv, 

104. 

David de, ii. 318. 

Miles, i. 549. 

Henricus de, i. 548, 625. 

Willelmns de, i. 269, 625; 

iv. 698. 
Bred wed, Frater Archibaldas, ii. 237, 

238. 
Bricins, Decanns, ii. 302. 

Capellanus Mathei Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, i. 154. 

Judex Regis, ii. 192. 

Persona de In vera von, ii. 301. 

Bridy, Malcolm, see Fyvie, Prior of. 
Brigis, Duncanus, ii. 261. 
Brisbane, Alexander, ii. 10. 

Johannes, de Bischoptoun, iv. 

304. 
Thomas, i. 408 ; ii. 10, 372; 

iv. 374. 

12 



00 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Brisbane, Thomas, of Bar, iv. 104. 

of Latheris, i. 344, 345. 

BrittuD, Henricns, i. 566. 
Brodie of Muresk, i. Ill, 463, 466. 
..... David, Notary, iii. 73 ; iv. 
586, 587, 635, 649, 683. 

Reader at Philortli, i. 

230. 

Thomas, Priest, iv. 625. 

Brogane, Agnes, iii. 148, 149. 

David, iv. 142. 

Henry de, Lord of Auch- 

lowne, iii. 93. 

Mariota, iii. 148. 

Brokkes, Jacobus, iv. 635. 
Brougham and Vaux, Lord, Henry, ii. 

185. 
Brouster, Duncan, ii. 261. 

Sir Thomas, iii. 77. 

Brown of Midmar, ii. 42. 

Alexander, ii . 1 72. 

Andrew, iv. 58. 

Angus, iv. 499. 

...... Archibal d, B urgess of Forres, 

ii. 251. 

David, de Glendristona, i. 616. 

Presbyter Sancti An- 

dree, ii. 335. 

Duncan, ii. 364, 

George, see Dunkeld, Bishop 

of. 

Chaplain of Dene, iv. 

312. 

Gilbert, Reader at Auchin- 

doir, i. 230. 

Harie, iv. 471. 

Henrie, iv. 782. 

James, see Aberdeen, Dean 

of. 



Brown, James, iv. 499. 

Brother James, iv. 29, 32. 

Sir John, i. 498; ii. 313 ; iii. 

282,- 428 ; iv. 380, 537, 712. 

John, i. 516; iv. 124. 

Notary, iv. 109. 

of Kennate, i. 393 ; iv. 

49, 191, 454. 

of Midmar, ii. 42, 43. 

Chaplain, iv. 344,672. 

Servanus, ii. 237, 366. 

Prater Thomas, ii. 238. 

Thomas, i. 347. 

Notary, iii. 327; iv. 

258, 260, 275. 

Clericus Sancti Andrea 

Diocesis, i, 285 ; iv. 209, 212. 

Brother WiUiam, ii. 236, 237, 

238. 

William, iL 366; iv. 56, 58, 

499, 556, 657, 699. 
Brownhill, Johannes, Subprior €le Lun- 

doris, iii. 894, 410. 
Bruce, Andreas, ii. 367. 

Christian, Lady of The 

Garioch, i. 537, 538 ; ii. 418 ; iii. 
369, 429. 

Sir David de, iv. 156. 

David, of Clackmannan, i. 478. 

Edward, ii. 238. 

de, brother of King 

Robert, i. 342. 

of Easter Kennet, i. 

314. 

George de Camok, iy. 805. 

Henry, Chaplain, iii. 514 ; iv. 

438. 

Isobila de, i. 548. 

John of, i, 648, 625. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



1)1 



Brace, John, of Ciackmannan, i. 393 ; 

iii. 143. 

Jadex, i. 547. 

Margaret, ii. 136. 

Marjory, iv. 205. 

Maald, sister of Dayid II., 

i. 251, 498. 
Nigel de, brother of Bobert 

I., ii. 340. 

Patrick, of Pitcallo, i. 304. 

Robert, i. 548, 627 ; iv. 478. 

Sir Bobert, Lord of Avon- 
dale, iv. 151, 699. 
Robert, of Clackmannan, 

Knight, iv. 304. 

Willelrans de, i. 561 ; ii. 235. 

Ciericus Aberdonensis, 

iv. 104. 
Notarius, iii. 22; iv. 

279. 
Bmninge, Johannes, i 627. 
Brydyis, Alexander, iv. 447. 
Brjs, W. de, Snbdecanos Moraviensis, 

iv. 375. 
Bryson, Patricins, Presbyter, iii. 123. 
Bachan, Earl of, Alexander, iii. 167 ; 

iv. 83, 119, 249, 268, 608. 
Cnmyne, i. 258, 

299, 311, 322, 340, 364, 371, 455, 

460, 467 ; ii. 337, 360, 391 ; iii. 

3,4, 112,130, 338; iv. 599, 600, 

697, 698. 
Stewart, i. 83, 

92; ii. 106, 295, 304, 305, 306, 

319 ; iii. 364 ; iv. 168, 169, 186, 

187, 256. 
Fergus, L 154, 407, 

408 ; ii. 391, 417, 442 ; iii. 5, 119, 

130 ; iv. 695. 



Bachan, Earl of, Gkrtnait, iv. 691. 
Henry de Beaumont, 

iv. 713. 
James, i. 438, 608; 

ii. 212, 316, 371 ; iii. 523 ; iv. 214, 

357, 473, 474. 

Douglas, i. 92. 

Erskinc, i. 92, 

333 ; iii. 5. 
Stewart, i. 92, 

301 ; iii. 5, 6, 167, 232, 242, 243, 

508, 529. 
John, ii. 361, 364, 

368, 380, 415 ; iii. 33, 34, 521 ; iv. 

85. 113, 116, 122, 123, 382, 387, 

388. 
Cumyne, i. 23, 

162, 163, 304, 340, 480; ii. 360 ; 

iv. 705, 707. 
Stewart, i. 91, 

482, 487, 488 ; ii. 30, 35, 162, 314, 

337, 380 ; iii. 5, 80, 244, 475, 509, 

525, 533, 536, 537, 538 ; iv. 412, 

413, 452. 

Robert, iv. 766> 

Doaglas, i. 92 ; 

m. 5. 

Roger, i. 172. 

Thomas Stewart, iv. 

210, 253, 254, 259, 262. 
WiUiam Cumyne, i. 

91, 185, 400, 560, 561 ; ii. 235, 

391, 394, 409, 426, 427, 428 ; iii. 

5, 130. 
Cumyne, i. 18, 36, 

42, 96, 321, 361, 368, 388, 398, 

423, 444, 447. 

Douglas, i. 18, 35. 

Erskine, L 18, 36. 



92 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



• ■ • • • 



Buchan, Karl of, Stewart, i. 18, 35. 

and Boss, Earl of, John, iv. 

419, 420. 

Countess of, Christian Stew- 
art, i. 92 ; ii. 369. 

Elizabeth, iv. 208. 

Isabella, i. 371, 372. 

iU.., 1. OOfm 

Margaret, i v. 4. 

Ogilvy, iii. 

167. 
Ruthvane, iii. 

167. 
Marjory, i. 500 ; ii. 

337, 426, 427, 428 ; iii. 5, 130. 
Mary Douglas, i. 92; 

111. o. 

of Auchmacoy, i. 109, 361. 

of Cairnbulg, i. 110. 
Alexander, de eodem, iv. 

571, 572. 
de Auchmacoy, ii. 432 ; 

iii. 89, 90, 560, 561 ;" iv. 41, 

572. 
Andrew, iv. 60, 61, 188, 206, 

208, 257, 261, 394. 
of Auchmacoy, i. 282 ; 

iii. 90, 321, 561; iv. 399*. 

Colonel, of Carnbnlg, i. 452. 

Duncan, iv. 347. 

Gartonach, Grandfather of 

Roger, Earl of, i. 172. 
James, of Auchmacoy, i. 361, 

3(>2. 

John, i. 232; iv. 847. 

M., Filius Comitis de, i. 338. 

Mrs., ii. 118. 

Ricardus de, Clericus Ade 

Bpiscopi Abevdonensis, ii. 121. 



Buchan, Bobert, of Portlethen, i. 
264, 266. 

Major General Thomas, i. 

361, 362. 

Walter de, see Shetland, 

Archdeacon of. 

William, ii. 432 ; iv. 61. 

of Auchmacoy, i. 290 ; 

iii. 53, 89, 421, 516, 536, 553, 560 ; 
iv. 38, 40, 41, 46. 
Buchanan, Thomas, i. 167. 
Bucharm, Sumerletns de, ii. 283. 
Bukeland, Johannes, iv. 107, 109. 
Bully, William, iv. 198. 
Burgie, Elizabeth, ii. 171. 
Burgo, Willelmus de, i. 624. 
Bumard, Johannes, Capellanus, iv. 
34. 

Johannes, Claviger David 

II., i. 518. 

Robertus, i. 404. 

Simon, ii. 66^ 67. 

Willelmus, ii. 66, 67. 

Bume, Alexander, i. 302. 
Bumen, Robertus, iv. 84. 
Burnett of Eirick, i. 110, 236. 

of Kemnay, i. 110, 584. 

of Leys, i. 71, 110, 631 ; ii. 66. 

Alexander, see Aberdeen, 

Bishop of. 

i. 276; ii. 39, 66. 

of Clnney, iv. 137, 

762. 

Sir Alexander, of Craigmyle, 

ii. 5 ; iii. 329. 

Alexander, of Kebbatie, iv. 

141. 

Sir Alexander, of Leys, i. 38 ; 

iv. 567. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



93 



Burnett, Alexander, of Leys, i. 282, 
516, 583 ; ii. 45, 61, 62, 65, 66 ; 
iii. 32, 129, 292, 299, 300, 301, 
306, 317, 335, 341, 342, 343 ; iv. 
57, 58, 78, 740. 

of Shettocksley, iiu 

217. 

ofTilUheikis,!. 115. 

Andrew, iy. 740. 

of Elrick, iu. 204. 

of Shettock8ley,iii.2]7. 

Dancan, Physician, i. 40. 

Prebendary of Me thlick, 

iii. 352, 443. 

George, of Elrick, iii. 204. 

of Gask, ii. 353. 

Dr. Gilbert, Bishop of Salis- 

burj', i. 39, 570. 
Gilbert, Professor of Philo- 
sophy, i. 40. 

James^ of Shettockslcy, iii. 

217. 

John, of Elrick, iii. 204. 

of Leys, iii. 321. 

Minister of Mony musk, 

i. 171. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iv. 762. 
Notary, iii. 107,467; 

iv. 562. 
Robert, Lord Crimond, i. 39, 

570. 

iii. 458 ; iv. 451. 

of Balmad, ii. 12; iii. 

193, 340. 385, 448, 533, 537, 551 ; 

iv. 40. 

of Elrick, iii. 204. 

Advocate in PMiu- 

burgh, iv. 14^). 



Burnett, Sir Thomas, of Leys, i. 38 ; 
iii. 330. 

Mil 1 '10 

Thomsfi, D.D., i. 40, 638. 

Physician, i. 40. 

of Balmad, iii. 260, 

335, 418. 

of Crathes, i. 25. 

of Grask,*iii. 64, 90, 

103,221,561,591; iv. 46. 

of Tulykaichlie, iv. 

762. 

Prebendary of Meth- 

lick, iii 255, 354, 381, 400. 

William, i. 344. 

of Camphield, ii. 6. 

Burnewood, Robert, iv. 307. 
Burt, Fi*ater Jacobus, ii. 238. 
Busby, Sir John of, iii. 201 ; iv. 17o. 
Bustleir, Heginaldus, iv. 3. 
Butar, Finlay, iv. 486. 

Patrick, iv. 486. 

Bute, Donald of, Boe Dunblane, Deau 

of. 
Buttergask, Adam, i. 538 ; ii. 102, 106. 

Andrew, i. 491, 537 ; ii. 130. 

John of, i. 539. 

Baillie of the GArk)ch, 

iv. 71G. 

Patrick, Yicar of Cortoquhy, 

ii. 45. 
Bwk, Andrew, Burgess of Abei'det'ii, 

iii. 353, 354. 
Byduach, Johannes, Notarius, iv. 92. 
Bygot, R., Miles, i. 338. 
Bynes, Johannes, Mouachus, i. 188. 
Bynny, Willelmus, iv. 131. 
Byres, James, iv. 471, 78*2. 
Byron, Lord, i. 494. 



94 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Cabele, Alexander, Parson of Banchory- 

Devenick, iii. 15, 127, 172. 
Cabell, Alexander, i. 159, 464. 

WiUelmus, Prebendarius de 

Tullynessale, iii. 86, 352, 381, 
435, 443. 
Caddell, Alexander, iv. 769. 

John, of Asloune, iv.^762. 

of Holmes, iv. 147. 

Cadiou, Andrew, ii. 141. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 414. 

Johannes, iv. 193. 

Clericus Aberdonensis 

Diocesis, i. 283, 455. 

Notarius, iii. 180, 324 ; 

iv. 454. 

Walterus, de Cragtoune,iii. 346. 

William of, iv. 188. 

Bargess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 272. 
Cainnech, son of Mac Dobarchon, iv. 

547. 
Caithness, Archdeacon of, Alexander 
Barbar, ii. 377. 

Bishop of, Alan St. Ed- 

mond's, iv. 603. 

Andrew, iv. 550. 

•••••. •••••• OvewaTv, ii« 

266, 347 ; iii. 55, 79. 

Ferchardus Beleraam- 

be, i. 627. 

J., i. 256; ii. 232. 

Bobert Strathbrock, i. 

366. 

William, iii. 327; iv. 

200. 

Bishop Elect of, Alexander 

Gordon, iv. 234. 



Caithness, Treasurer of, William Gor- 
don, ii. 262. 

Earl of, Walter Stewart, iii. 

231. 

William, ii. 266; iii. 

8 ; iv. 79. 

de Sancto Gla- 
re, iii. 97, 98. 

Master of, William, de Sancto 

Claro, iii. 97, 98, 99, 100, 101. 

Robert of, iv. 715. 

Calabre, Sir William of. Prebendary of 
Ellon, ii. 446 ; iii. 4. 

William of. Canon of Aber- 
deen, iv. 34, 378. 
Caldenheid, Willelmus, iii. 581. 
Calder of Aswanlie, iii. 18^3, 185. 

Alexander, iv. 432, 433. 

of Asloun, iv. 146, 

147. 

ofSonnahard, i 315; 

iu. 33, 64, 89, 94, 126, 170, 193, 
221, 257, 260, 315, 335, 342, 383, 
385, 418, 448, 519, 534, 561, 590, 
591, 592; iv. 40, 50, 111, 121, 
442. 

George,, ii. 184,261. 

Hew, of Fyndlatrie, iv. 146. 

of Scamsgyse, iv. 146. 

Hntcheon, ii. 183. 

James, iv. 144. 

of Asloun, iv. 350. 

of Aachintoull,iv. 443. 

John, iv. 774. 

of Asloun, iv. 143, 769. 

Bute, Pursuivant^ iii. 

29. 

Patrick, iv. 143. 

of Dorsell, iv. 146. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



95 



Calder, Thomas, ii. 215. 

•••• Vicarins de Kildmm- 

my, iii. 423 ; iv. 441. 

Willelmus, iL 222; iii. 466, 

467. 
Caledonr, JobanneiJ de, Clericas Adam 
Episcopi Aberdonensis, i. 564 ; ii. 
18, 21. 
Cambhon, Walter of, iv. 698. 
Cambray, John de, ii. 313. 
Cambroan, Hngo de, i. 618. 

JobanDes de, iv. 117. 

Cambuskenneth, Abbot of, Henry, ii. 
211,316; iii. 163,213. 

David, Electus de, ii. 355. 

Camera, Adam, ii. 42. 

Alexander de, iv. 195. 

Berbertna de, i. 610 ; ii. 42, 

119. 

Ricardns de, ii. 42. 

BobertuB de, ii. 74. 

de Kyntorr, ii. 36, 37. 

Thomas de, i. 555,556; iv. 

36. 
Bnrgensis de Aber- 
deen, i. 393. 

Willelmus, i. 500, 502; ii. 

25 ; iv. 168, 453, 723. 
Canonicos Aberdon- 
ensis, i. 502. 

IlectordeErole,ii.264. 

de Ballnacrag, i. 576. 

deFyndon,i.272,273; 

iii. 32; iv. 178, 382, 384, 732. 
Bnrgensis de Aber- 
deen,!. 273. 
€ameral], Bichardns, i. 630. 
Camerarius, David, i. 245. 
Cameron, Sir Hugh, of Bmx, i. 592. 



Cameron, Johannes, iv. 157, 158. 

Prepositas Ecclesiae 

Coliegiatae de Lyncloadane, iv. 
115, 184. 

Secretarius Regias, 

iii. 370. 
Campania, Henricus Frater Roberti 
de, i. 625. 

Robertas de, i. 548. 

Senescallas Johannis de 

Scotia, i. 625. 
Campbell, Lord, Duncan, iv. 193. 
...... Archibaldns, Clericus, iv. 431 . 

Colinus, iii. 273. 

Miles, iv. 49. 

David, iv. 431. 

George, Principal of Marifichal 

College, ii. 51. 

Hugo, de Lowdoune, iv. 234. 

...... Johannes, Commendatarius 

de Ardchattane, ii. 251. 

Thesaurarius Regis, iii. 

111. 

de Calder, Miles, i. 

409 ; iv. 431. 

-de Lundy, Miles, iv. 

97. 

Robert, iv. 33. 

Campo, Johannes de, Prebendarius de 

Turriff, ii. 344. 
Campis, Radulphus de, ii. 283. 
Candida Casa^ see Galloway. 
Cant, Alexander, Minister at Upper 
Banchory, iv. 687, 688, 689. 

Andrew, i. 53, 442; iv. 137, 

139, 141, 686, 687, 688, 689. 

James, iv. 688. 

Capella, Roberkis de, iL 19. 
Caperun, Willelmus, ii. 19. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Caran, St., i. 550 ; iii. 396, 307. 
Cardno, Andrew, iv. 66. 

George, It. 636. 

Joho, Vicar of Crimond, ii. 

3d4. 
Caresn-ell, Willelmns de, iv. 154, 

155. 
fnrgU!, Thomas, i. 60, 463. 
Oarkeuill, William ot, u. 402. 
Carle, l^llelmna, iv. 82. 
Carlile, John, iii. 109, 275, 314. 347, 
.>11. 580. 

Vicar of Gleobncket, 

iii. 487, 499 ; iv. 450, 488. 
Carll. Aleiander, i. 3^i!. 

John, i. 383. 

CnrinichacI, Willelmns, Rector Scholite 

Al)erdoneii*is ». 254. 
Camac, St., i. 460- 
Oamci'irs. Johannes, de Balmachenar, 

iy. or, 437. 
Carnegie, David, iv. 339, 531, 

Sir David, of Kyanard, 

Knigbt, iv. 360. 

David, parson of Aberdont, 

iv. 669. 

parson of Kvonoal, 
iii. 517, 519. 

John, iv. 670. 

of Kfniianl, ii. 4£. 

£i>n of Robert Carnegie 

of Kynnard, iv. 5ih), 

Robert, iv. 4<^\ 670, 

v'f Kvuunrri. Enight, 

iii, 318 ! iv. :Wl», !W6. 
of Kvnnai^, iv. 5St\ 



531. 



ir, 669, 671. 



I*r»cin of Aheidonr, 



I Camepe, Robert^ parson of ,Toncfae, ir. 
■ 338. 

Carnequhvi., WUIiam of, i. 4-3*. 
Carniamjil, D^viil ii. 261. 
Caraston, Sir William of, iv. 380. 
Camnsy, Donaldns.'ii. 211, 212. 
Camja, AJexaoder de, Prepositns de 

LjDclndan, ii. 376. 
Carrick, Earl of, Edward Brace, iii. 
211. 

John, see Robert HI. 

I Robert Brace, L 340. 

Johannes de, Canooicns 

Glasgnensis, ii, 305 ; iv. 114. 
Carstairs, Alexander, Rector de Keith, 
iii. 326. 

I Jacobas, Mcmacbna de Lnn- 

I doris, iii. 391, 394, 410. 

Odnvtil. ,r;i.-.,bQ*. Presbyter Swicti 
j Andree, iv. 169. 

I Cassie, William, iL 433. 
I Cathal Mac Morcnnt, iv. 546. 
j Catfacart, Laid, John, iii, 141, 

> Alan, son of Lord Cathoort, 

I iii, 141. 

Alaans, ii. 343. 

Ca(hne», Andrew, L 303. 
Cathock, Andreas, i 343. 
Caadcr, Ungo, JL 261. 

Johannes, ii. 261. 

WiUe(mns,ii. 2i;i. 

Canni, Sir Alexander, Prebendary of 

lnv..rkeiihny. i,. 318. 
Oe!lari<\ Stipfaactis de, see Brecbin, 

ArvbittAoiHi oj". 
Chaiklok. Fnuer Robertns, prior Fra^ 
(ram PredicatonuD de Pectb, iii. 
120. 
^'balmers of Balaacrag, i. 635, 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



97 



Chalmers of Calts, i. 71. 

Alexander, i. 478 ; iii 508. 

of Ardlethen, iii. 39, 

40. 
of Balnacrag, i. 115, 

576, 577 ; iii. 20, 21 ; iv. 232, 469. 
of Cults, iii. 260, 261, 

351,601,502; iv. 367,626. 

of Gbrdin, iii. 215. 

of Kirktonne of Tyrie, 

iv. 104. 
of Murthill, Provost 

of Aberdeen, i. 207. 
iii. 303, 366, 

458 ; iv. 313. 

of Serjand, i. 314. 

Feodatarius de Strath- 

echin, iv. 585, 586. 
• ... Heir Apparent of 

Andrew Chalmers of Strathechin, 

iv. 584,. 585, 
Provost of Aberdeen, 

i. 347. 
Junior, Burgess of 

Aberdeen, i. 457. 

Andrew, i. 1 18 ; iv. 147, 656. 

of Strathechin, iv. 582, 

583, 584, 585. 

Charles, iii 425. 427. 

David, i. 585 ; i v. 65. 

of Balbithan, iii. 410, 

424, 425, 426, 427. 

of Bawach, iii. 129. 

of Strathy, i. 462. 

Notary, iii. 101. 

Duncan, Chancellor 

of Ross, iii. 33. 
Parson of Funrie, iii. 

38 ; iv. 635. 



Chalmers, George, Minister of Drum- 

blait, i. 475. 
Gilbert, ii. 117; iii. 18, 20, 

40, 155 ; iv. 583, 635, 658. 

Chaplain, iii. 237. 

Vicar of Tulicb, iii. 

224. 

Henry, iii. 425, 427 . 

Burgess of Kintore, 

iii. 235, 236. 

James, iii. 425, 427. 

John, iii. 39; iv. 50, 451, 658. 

of That Ilk, iv. 584. 

of Auchcorvy, iv. 65. 

Younger of Balnacrag, 

iv. 56, 58. 
of Strathechin, iii. 

340, 383, 384, 551 ; iv. 582. 
Minister of Inveravon, 

ii. 294. 
Prebendary of Ellon, 

iii. 255. 
Reader at Kintore, i. 

229. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 182. 

Mr., Minister at Glass, ii. 185. 

Patrick, Notary, iv. 658. 

Robert, Burgess of Aberdeen , 

iii. 182, 216 ; iv. 626. 
Burgess of Perth, iii. 

271. 

Thomas, i. 118 ; iii. 40, 334. 

of Boundis, i 382. 

of Cults, i. 115; ii. 12; 

iii. 260, 501. 

of Fyndoun, iii. 351. 

of Gardin, iii. 188, 215, 

2P.0. 

13 



98 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Chalmers, Thomas, of Methlick, iii. 

446. 
of Strathechin, iii. 384, 

448 ; iv. 50, 51, 65. 
Burgess of AberdecD, 

iii. 272, 358. 

Notary, iii. 373. 

WUliam, i. 251, 573 ; ii. 136; 

iii. 255, 425, 427, 541 ; iv. 31, 66, 

267, 268, 367. 

of That Ilk, iv. 584. 

of Balnacrag, iii. 38, 39, 

40, 238, 335 ; iv. 66, yO. 
of FyndouD, iii. 336, 

351. 
Baillie of Kintore, iii. 

237. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 366. 
Burgess of Perth, iii. 

271. 

Notary, iv. 55. 

Presbyter of Deer, iii. 

435. 

Reader at PY^i<^» i- 230. 

Chapman, Andrew, ii. 360. 

Duncan , Burgess of Aberdeen, 

l232. 

Laurencius, Notarius^ iii. 467. 

Thomas, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

ui. 4/5. 
Charles I., King of Great Britain, i. 

17, 57, 63, 81, 108, 264, 307, 570 ; 

ii. 113 ; iv. 250, 251, 303, 307, 

310, 311, 369, 597, 665. 
IL, King of Great Britain, i. 

87, 440, 570 ; iii. 24, 25, 67, 86, 

201, 226, 312, 316. 329, 396, 415, 

^00, 605, 572 ; iv. 48, 60, 664. 



Charteris, Andreas, de Cuihilgurdi, iv. 
120. 

John, iii. 33 ; iv. 738, 739. 

of Kynfauns, ii. 45. 

Kicardus, Capellanus, iii. 271. 

Thomas, of Cangnor, ii. 39; 

iv. 738, 739. 
Chattellarault, Duke of, James, iii. 35, 

215, 350. 
Chaumbroun, Bobertus de, de Bal- 

gligernaueht, iv. 605. 
Chelleeham, Frater Hubertus de, Ma- 

gister de Torphechan, iii. 125. 
Chepman, David, i. 382. 

Patrick, ii. 38. 

Cherie, Stephen, iii. 552. 
Chemsid, John, iv. 590. 
Chessome, John, iv. 025. 
Cheyne of Arnage, i. 305. 

of EssUmont, i. 301, :J22, 444. 

...... of In verugie, i. 420. 

of Straloch, i. 236, 237. 

Alexander, iii. 80; iv. 674. 

Commissary of Aber- 
deen, i. 304. 

.** of Arnage, iii. 14, 15, 

16, 17, 18, 66 ; iv. 469. 

of Straloch, iii. 17, 18, 

554, 555. 

Notary, iii. 198. 

Arthurus, iv. 675. 

Francis, i. 304; iii. 22, 23, 

280. 

of Invemgie, i. 162, 

304. 
Parish Clerk of Ellon, 

i. 309. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iv. 675. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



99 



Cheyne, Freskjn de, see Aberdeen, 

Dean of. 

Dr. George, i. 322. 

GilbertoB de Crowie, iii. 542. 

Henry, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

Knight, iv. 72, 73. 

• •• 1. ZOf J 11. ^DO, oOOf 

354 ; iv. 612. 
of Essilmont, i. 237, 

301, 302, 803, 304, 381, 382, 383 ; 

iii. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 20, 

127. 
James, i. 119. 305, 382; ii. 

364. 
of Stralocb, i. 237 ; iii. 

64, 71, 89, 151, 193, 205, 315, 

383, 384, 408, 421, 633, 661, 590 ; 

iv. 442, 616, 617. 
Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216, 222. 
John, i. 302, 303, 804, 381, 

382, 383 ; ii. 304, 400 ; iv. 498, 

607, 614. 
Advocate in Aberdeen, 

i. 355. 

Fiarof Amage, iii. 18. 

of Drnmqahendill, i. 

577; iii 17, 18. 
of Essilmont, i. 304, 

317; ii. 353, 354,429 ; iii. 12,14, 

15, 16, 94, 103, 126, 170, 383 ; i^. 

94, 121. 
ofFortrie, ii. 349; iv. 

583. 
of Pitfichie, iv. 674, 

676. 
of Straloch, i. 287 ; iii 

6, 85, 303, 554 ; iv. 92, 660. 



Cheyne, Lanrenco, Commissary of 

Aberdeen, i. 304. 
Patrick, ii. 353, 354; iv. 

498, 770. 
Advocate in Aberdeen, 

i. 355. 
Parish Clerk of Ellon, 

L 309. 
Sir Patrick, of Essilmont, i. 

304,313, 318, 386, 387; iii. 14, 

15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 66. 
Patrick, of Essilmont, i. 577 ; 

ii. 237, 365, 36<>, 367, 408; iii. 

21, 22, 23, 35, 89, 542 ; iv. 120, 

497, 646, 647, 672, 674, 676, 677. 
of Ferryhill, iii. 195; 

iv. 674. 

Bail lie of Aberdeen, iii. 



...«•• 



556. 



R, Miles, i. 372. 

Rabeldel, iv. 599. 

Ranald, i. 347; iv. 613. 

of That Ilk, iv. 206, 

208,212,257. 

ot'Crechie, iii. 321. 

of Crechynalde, iv. 198. 

Reginald, Knight, ii. 37, 401 ; 

iv. 599, 600, 601, 602, 603, 607, 

608, 611, 612, 614, 752. 
ii. 326; iii. 210; iv. 

73, 75, 606, 607, 608, 609, 610, 

612, 613, 614, 698. 
Senior, i. 193, 194, 197, 

258, 305. 470 ; iii. 542, 543, 544, 

547 ; iv. 603, 604. 
Junior, i. 193,305,470; 

iii. 543 ; iv. 603, 605, 606. 
...... Sir Reginald, of Stralocb, i. 

237,304; iv. 614. 



100 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Cheyne, Reginald, of Straloch, iii. 7, 8, 

9,11. 
Robert, iii. 85, 129 ; iv. 

261. 
Thomas, i. 313; iii. 18; iv. 

551. 
Fiar of Essilmont, iii. 

17, 18, 20, 21, 30. 

of Raniestonn, iii. 195. 

William, iv. 599, 647. 

of Amage, i. 805; iii. 

35. 
Chisholm, Alexander, iv. 84. 

Captain^ i. 243. 

Brother Gilbert, iii. 119. 

Gilbert, ii. 431. 

Prior of Deer, iv. 29. 

Minister at Deer, &c., 

i. 227. 
...... Jacobus, de Cromlix, Miles, 

iv. 304. 

Robertas de, iii. 132. 

Miles, iii. 532, 

Dominus ejusdem, iv. 

376. 
► .... Thomas, i. 478, 479, 480 ; iv. 

434. 

ofErcles, iii. 121. 

William, see Murray, Trea- 
surer of. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 71. 
Chival, Robert, iv. 873. 
Christeson, Dene John, Provincial of 

the Carmelite Frians, i. 214. 
Richard, Reader at Crathie, 

i. 229. 
Thomas, Reader at Cabrach, 

i. 230. 



Chrystallas, Thomas^ see Kinloss, 

Abbot of. 
Chyld, Jacobus, Canonicus de Mony- 
musk, i. 180, 181, 182 ; iii. 489. 

Johannes, ii. 237, 366. 

Claphame, Alexander de, i. 373. 
Clark, Alexander, Notary, iii. 85, 

Andrew, ii. 117; iv. 280. 

Curate, iv. 344. 

Notary, iv. 498, 742. 

Henry, iii. 373. 

James, of Tillicorthie, iii 83. 

Notary, iv. 658. 

John, i. 882; iv. 144, 537. 

Notary, iv. 399. 

Vicar of Rathyn, iv. 96. 

Patrick, ii. 289. 

Robert, iii. 82,83. 

Chaplain, ii. 221. 

Thomas, Clericus, iv. 348. 

Notarius, iv. 399. 

Vicarius de Rayne, iii. 

430. 

Sir Walter, M.P., ii. 404 ; iv. 

Walter, Chaplain, iii. 240. 

William, ii. 211, 212 ; iii. 83 ; 

iv. 131. 
Presbyter of Aberdeen. 

ii. 263. 
Clatt, Duncanus, Decanus Oylde de 

Aberdeen, iii. 270. 

John, ii. 375. 

Canon of Aberdeen, i. 

159 ; ii. 28 ; iii. 258, 397, 458. 
Canon of Brechin and 

Aberdeen, iv. 187. 
Vicar of Banchory- 

Devenick, iii. 517. 



^^^^H^ ,,-."\V--iNl)EX OF PERSONS. ^^^^^| 


^^^^^^ ,. tJuiyieiraotoafi, Knight,!. 501; iv.727. 


CornweU, Sir John, Vicar of Telyo^^^^^H 


^^^H .. !.:. William, Parson of Oubiltree, 


^H 


^^^K ,.'\ •':.':'■"' 


Corrini, Dnncan, iv. 378. ^^^| 


^^■-*'.; Comgeall Mac Kda, iv, 546. 


Corsbill, Johannes de, ii. 205, 206. ^^1 


^^H ' Comgell, ir. 548. 


CorskT, Simon, ii. 211, 212. ^^H 


^^H Mac Caenoaig, Chief of Clan 


Cosonrti, Adam, iv. 200. ^^^| 


^^^V Canan, iy. 


Cospatnck, Earl, ii. 397. ^^H 


^^^H Cun of Ancfary, i. 473. 


FiliuB Muded, i. 408. ^^H 


^^^^^L Alexauder, de Aochr^, ii. 358, 


Couan, William, ii. 436. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 359 


CoattB, Alexander, iv. 451. ^^H 


^^^^^^B George, i. 50, 473, 


of Ochterconle, iii. 103, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Patriok, of Anchry, 


5C1. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Captain, iii. 231. ^^H 


^^^^^^H WUliam, 330, 483. 


James, Reader at Keim,i. 229, ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H Cooan, John, of Conaosythe, i. 512. 


John, of Oebtercoole, i». 90, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Cone, AleiEinder, of Dcray, 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 (.'ouers, Keginaldns, Canonica§ Aber- 


^^M 


^^^^^^^H 


Laarence, iv. 92. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Cougas. St., i. 460, 467. 409 ; 337. 


Reader at TuUich, i. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^^1 Cona tan linns, Monacbns de Neubotel, 


Mertinns, ii. 45. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


Robert, of Ochterconle, ir. ^^^| 


^^^^^M 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Copland, Alexander, of Udanch. i. 471 ; 


I'iar of Ochterconle. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H iv. 40, 61. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H 


Sir William, i. C17 ; iv. 472, ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^H Johannes, Yicecoinos 


474. ^^H 


^^^^^^H RokesboT-gh, 


William, Vicar of TarUne.iii. ^^H 


^^^^^V^ 


^^M 


^^^^^^H 


Covingtre, Walter de, Eee Aberdeen, ^^M 


^^^^^^U of Udaoch, i. 472, 473 ; 


Dean ^^M 


^^^^^^b 353 


Co«rie, John, ii. 433. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Corbet, Robert, ii. 


Thomas, Notary, iii. 435. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Walter, iL 397. 


Presbyter of Aberdeen, ^^H 


^^^^^^r Corbelh, 


^^H 


^^^^^V Robert, i. 


CowiBonn, Andrew, i. 435. ^^^H 


^^^^^^Hk Oormac^ 


^^^H 


^^^^^^L de Tnrbrnd, iv. 


Cowpar, Alexander, ii. 184. ^^^H 


^^^^^B Mac Ceoaedig, It. 549. 


James, iv. 471, 782. ^^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



108 



Cowpar, John, ii. 262. 

William, Reader at Glen- 
bucket, i. 230. 
Crab, Adam, iv. 195, 196. 

John, i. 231 ; iii. 351 ; iv. 443. 

Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 44. 

Paul, iii. 458. 

...... Burgess of Aberdeen, i. 

273. 
Grabe, Andrew, Chaplain, iv. 72.5, 727. 

Sir John, Vicar of Fy vie, ii. 327. 

Crabstone, Sandilands of, i. 238. 
Graghed, Andrew, ii. 367. 

Robert, i. 382. 

Cragy, Hugo, ii. 225, 250, 251. 

Chaplain, ii. 187. 

Prebendary of Inver- 

kethny, ii. 318. 

Johaunes de, iv. 599, 600. 

Willelmus de, iv. 599. 

Craig, Alexander, Notary, ii. 349. 

..... Sir John, i. 279. 

John, Bnrgess of Aberdeen, i. 

232. 

Chaplain, i. 576. 

Patrick, iv. 488. 

Richard, Parson of Dundee, 

iv. 67, 4'i6, 437. 

Robert, iv. 42, 100. 

Sir Thomas, i. 481. 

Thomas, iv. 766. 

Craigingelt, Johannes, de eodera, iv. 

747. 
CraigmUe of That Ilk, i. 631. 

John, iii. 298. 

Craik, Alexander, ii. 433. 

Ambrose, ii. 433. 

Andrew, i. 541 ; ii. 433. 



Craik, Andrew, of Cragesfiutra, iii. 

193,221,385,534; iv. 94. 

James, i. 443. 

Laurence, Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 295. 

Frater Ricardus, iii. 251. 

Ricardns, Clericus, iii. 268. 

Robert, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216, 243. 
Crail, Adam, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 
Alexander, Camerarius David 

abbatis de Aberbrothock, ii. 2(^\K 

Frater David, ii. 251. 

David, Notary, iii. 398, 391). 

James, Chaplain, iii. 39H, 

399. 
Crakitt, Johannes de. Miles, iv. 374. 
Cramownde, Laurencius, ii. 45. 

Thomas, ii. 45. 

Cranno, otherwise Watson, Sir Thomas, 

Vicar of Fy vie, i. 496. 
Cranstoune, Jasperas, Rector de Fether- 

esso, iii. 465. 

John, iv. 673. 

Thomas de, iv. 160, 19.5. 

Miles, i. 285. 

de eodem, iii. 324. 

Wnielmus, iv. 200. 

Miles, iii. 93, 268; iv. 

67, 193. 

de Corsbie, Miles, iv. 

206. 
de Swynhope, iii. 324. 

Cravy, John, i. 382. 

Crawford, Earl of, Alexander, i. lOH : 

ii. 45 ; iu. 7, 8 ; iv. 200. 
de Lindsay, iv. 

391, 393, 398. 



104 INDEX OF PERSONS. 

Crawford, Earl of, David, i. 6«>S, 606; Crawford, PhiUp, of Fedderat, i. 344. 

:ii. 115. 252, 275, 347,34^,417, 345,3^ 

44i, olL o22, 52S, bSO : iv. 43, 63, Ronald, ir. 52. 

1><\ U>2, 2'M^, 215, 257, ;V,7, 39o, Thomas, ii. 11 ; iv. 42, 50, 61. 

.V.*o. of Fedderat, iii. 151, 

..... deLind.sav,i.5'>3: 221, 4'J!^. 59«:», 592. 

:v. 103, 3S1. 732. Walter, of Fedderat, iiL 303. 

John, i. 319; ii. 45: William, ii. 356, 361 ; iv. 95. 

:i; 42. 43, tU, 120, 170, 224, 315 ; 124, 344, 577. 

:v. 121. See Aberdeen, Arch- 

of Fedderat, ir. 51. deacon of. 

Adam, Bargess of Aberdeen, see Aberdeen, Precentor 

:. 351. of. 

Alexander, ii. 433; iv. 57*^. of That IDc, if. 578. 

Andrew, ii. 4^>-v — of Annaqnhie, iL 432. 

... E^iward, iv, 52. of Fedderat, i. 315, 478; 

Vicar of Dum^ichn iv. ii. 352 ; iii. 14, 15, 33, «, 89, 94, 

727. 103, 105, 126. 151, 170, 193, 221, 

Galfridas de, i. 561. 625. 3*:«5, 335, 375, 3^4. 408, 448, 450, 

CrtMrge. iv. ^2. 516, 519, 533. 561, 59«>; iv. 42, 

^ of Feilderat, i. 115; ii. 5 \51, 52,60, 79.92, <^, 111, 12i, 

36*> : ir. .-»74, 57^^, 57*^. 577. 125, 574, 578, 580. 

5S V of Ferme, iL 376. 

J^me^s i^- 52. Crawmnndie, Alexander, de M^gnnde, 

John, i. 3i*4: ii. 192; iv. 52, i. 2!<2. 

•' •^' Crichtoo, Li-»rd, William, ii 134, 135 ; 

Keeper of the KiiigV iii- 93, 267, 4i*3, 413, 522, 589; 

r-:Tv S«a, ii. 3.%1. ^ ir. 67, 119, 200, 202, 275, 436, 

Keeper of the S^^al, ir, 457. 

-:. of Condkw, L 167, 592. 

of iV>nDakellie, ir. 52. of FT^ndraaglit, iL 19C», 324. 

-- Ma^rnn^ ir. 52. Garuu iii- -^S^. 

Nicholaius, de Oxinijansris, Gecrge. of Ooniie, L 118; it. 

Clenons, ir, 97. t^26. 

ir. 667. Jamesw iii. 58ft. 

Nicholas^ ir. 577. of CnatftcmRiddd, it. 

Patrick, i. 5*^2, *%24; ii. 3»V ; 675. 

iii. 1:^2, 2^ 264v _... Sir JaiBKw of Fraidn»glit, iii. 
oC Fenkktmi^ ir, S7S. 587. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



106 



Crichton, James, of Frendranght, 
Knight, ii. 325 ; iii. 418, 589. 

i. 519, 524. 

:,.... of Towys, iii. 418. 

John, iv^. 114. 

Knight, L 502. 

Patrick, Knight, ii. 355. 

Robert of Sanchar, Knight, ii. 

401; iii. 324; iv. 193. 

of Eliok, Advocate, iv. 

766. 

William, iii. 589. 

of That Lk, Knight, iv. 

391, 393. 

Vicar of Dnrris, iii. 360, 

361. 

Parson of In vemochty , 

iv. 740. 
Criste, Thomas, iv. 586. 
Cristesone, Alexander, Chaplain, iii. 
430, 431. . 

John, iii. 199, 200, 389; iv. 

494. 

Nichol, ii. 141. 

Thomas, iv. 592. 

William, iii. 298, 393; iv. 

491, 494. 
Cristinns, Capellanns Capellae S. 
Menimii, ii. 216. 

Clericns, i. 455. 

Johannes, iv. 735. 

Jndex, L 340. 

Vicarins de Forgne, ii. 

388. 

WiUelmns, iii. 26(6. 

Ordicai, Oavin, ii. 434. 
Gromar, Alexander, Notary, iii. 34. 
Crombie, Alexander, de Invereman, 
iii. 340, 551 ; iv. 476. 



Crombie, Alexander, de Petmethane, iii. 
384, 563. 

SirThomaa, i. 584. 

Thomas, of Kemnay, i. 109; 

iii. 387, 423. 
Cromdole, John, Canon of Boss, i. 538, 
618; ii. 10; iv. 159, 374, 716, 
717, 718. 
Crowedan, Andrew, iv. 614. 
Croye, Alexander, ii. 261. 
Croyn, Thomas de, ii. 170. 
Cmden, John, iv. 676, 
Cmickshank, Adam, Vicar of Cmden, 
i. 381. 

Alexander, ii. 333; iii. 373. 

Andrew, of Little Wartle, iii. 

435. 

Christinns, iv. 85. 

David, ii. 261. 

George, iv. 514. 

James, of Bogfarlay, iii. 

215. 

John, i. 582 ; il 261, 434 ; iii. 

266. 

of Little Wartle, iii. 

435, 436, 437, 438. 

Robert, of Kinkell, iii. 427, 

428. 

William, ii. 262, 326; iii. 

437. 

of Tillyraorgan, L 304. 

Crystie, Alexander, ii. 4S3. 

Andrew, ii. 433. 

Gteorge, ii. 433. 

William, ii. 432. 

Cryne, William, i. 381 ; iv. 118, 
385. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

i. 858. 

14 



106 



INDEX OP PERSONS. • 



Crynie, William, Notary, iv. 267, 268, 

274. 
Cuik, William, Notary, iv. 687. 
Cnlase, Johannes de, ii. 341. 
Calii, Mac Batui, iv. 546. 
Cull, William, i. 548. 
Callan, Alexander, iv. 626. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 

Provost of Aberdeen, i. 

190. 

Parson of Oyne, i. 

1 59 ; iii. 420. 

Andrew, iii. 446 ; iv. 48, 

49. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 38, 216. 

Parson of Fettemeir, 

i. 527. 

Provost of Aberdeen, 

iv. 42. 

Henry, ii. 136. 

Ingraham, i. 231 . 

John, ii. 431 ; iii. 46; iv. 92. 

of Knavane, iii. 53, 

419, 446 ; iv. 46. 

Patrick, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii 216. 

Robert, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 145, 149, 420. 

Walter, iv. 100. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 215, 368. 
Reader at New Aber- 
deen, i. 228. 
Culletnachi, Jacobus de, i. 196. 
Culquhoune, Johannes, de eodem, 
Miles, iii. 115, 180, 224, 241, 417, 
528. 



Culross, Commendator of, Alexander, 

iv. 766. 
Gultis, Allanus, Notarius, iv. 446. 
Johannes, de Auchtercule, iv. 

324. 

Laurencius, iii. 299. 

Cults of Auchterawl, i. 588. \ 
Cumnock, Nichol of, iii. 161. 
Cumyn of Auchry, i. 109, 473, 474. 

ofBirnes, i. 110,362. 

of Crimond, i. 362. 

ofCultis,i. 71,110,291. 

of Inveralloohy, i. 291 . 

of Eoninmund, i. 429. 

ofPittuUe, i. 111. 

Sir Alexander, iv. 707. 

Alexander, i. 269, 456; ii. 

109 ; iv. 99, 104, 130, 175, 

176. 

of Bimes, iii. 31. 

of Crimond, iii. 30. 

Sir Alexander, of Cnlter, i. 42, 

291 ; iv. 535. 
Alexander, of Culter, i. 115, 

299, 300 ; ii. 67 ; iii. 65, 78, 

302, 338, 839, 340, 341, 842, 343, 

344, 345, 519, 536 ; iv. 40, 46, 78, 

111, 132. 

of Emnyschede, iv. 

590. 

of InveraUochy, iv. 

683, 684, 685. 

Apparent of Culter, 

iv. 535. 

f.. Factor to Earl of Errol, 

i. 425. 

.... David, ii. 188. 

Minister at Bremur- 

ray, iv. 81. 



•....* 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



107 



Cnmyn, David, Servitor Episoopi Mo- 

raviensis, ii. 251. 

Fergnsins, iv. 697. 

FraterAlexandriComi- 

tis de Bnchan, i. 470. 
JameSy i. 456; iii. 384; iv. 

70, 188. 

of Rattray, iv. 637. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 529. 

Sir John, iii. 429. 

John, i 548; iii. 77 ; iv. 373. 

698, 699, 700, 718. 
son of Alexander, Earl 

of Bnchan, iii. 112. 

Lord of Badenoch, iv. 

602, 713. 

ofCnlter,iii.343,344; 

iv. 469. 

of Kininmnnd, i. 429. 

Prebendary of Deer, 

iii. 443. 

Notary, iii. 348, 344. 

Jordanns, i. 190, 455 ; ii. 119. 

Bicardus, i. 518. 

Miles, ii. .36, 390; iii. 

263 ; iv. 84. 

Robert, ii. 109. 

of Dimes, i. 389. 

Thomafi, i. 112, 456, 457, 458 ; 

iv. 36, 132, 579, 782. 

of Altre, ii. 181. 

of Pullane, iv. 61, 62. 

Walter, ii. 119,235. 

William, Knight, i. 372. 

i. 496, 513; ii. 233, 

801,869; iii. 177; iv. 373. 
brother of Earl of 

Bnchan, iii. 112. 



Cnmyn, William, of Cnlter, i. 299, 456, 

457, 458 ; iii. 838, 339, 529 ; iv. 

61, 62, 180. 
of Inverallochy, 

Knight, iv. 182, 188, 134. 
of Inverallochy, i. 299, 

300, 356, 412, 456, 458 ; iii. 299, 

341, 458, 475 ; iv. 64, 104, 579, 

647, 683, 685. 
Younger of Inveral- 
lochy, iv. 133. 

of Kelbryd, i. 340. 

Claviger Regis, i. 456, 

457. 

Clerk, i. 567. 

Cunningham, Adam, iv. 307. 

Alexander, iv. 83 . 

David, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

Edward, iii. 58. 

VicarofTarves, i. 335. 

John, iii. 587. 

Robertus, iv. 193, 202. 

de Kilmaurs, iii. 587. 

Frater Robertus, Minister 

Provincialis Ordinis Trinitatis, iii. 

194. 

Thomas, iv. 749. 

William, Knight, i. 539; ii. 

140. 

iv. 466. 

of Kilmaurs, Knight, 

ii. 351 ; iv. 87. 
Cupar, Abbot of, Alexander, i. 560. 

Andrew, iv. 699. 

Arnold, ii. 301. 

Donald, iii. 187; iv. 

429, 430. 
John, iv. 427, 428. 



^^r INDEX OF ^^^^^H 


^^^H Capar. Abbot of, WiUiun, J. 269 ; ir. 


Dftlloqnhy, Robert, Prebendary of "^^^^^H 


^^^H 


Kynor, ii. 168, 1 


^^^^L Curronr of Daruo, ii. 103. 


Thomas, Notary, iv. 334, 446, 1 


^^^^^^H Alexander, N.P., 


447. 467, 740, 742. 1 


^^^^^^^^k 


Reader at Kadrnininie, 1 


^^^^^H Qtiorge, ii 109, 110. 


i. 229. M 


^^^^^^^^^H Jacobus, Cloricas Aberdon- 


Dalmahoy, Alexander de, iv. 607. A^M 


^^^^^^^^H Diocesis, 


Miles, iv. 607. W^M 


^^^^^V 


Robert of. iv. 120, 323. ^^M 


^^^^^^" of Dnrne, ii. 211,212. 


DalzoU, John, ii. 264. ^ 


^^^V Henry, iii. 389. 


Bobeptnsde, ii.378; iT. 125- 1 


^^^^^ Ourrjr, Jamea, Header at CInny, i. 228. 


WiUeimns de, Miles, i. 502. J 


^^^^^^^^^_ Reader at Premnay, 


ii. 264. ^^M 


^^^^^^^ 


Danyelatonn, Robert, Knight, iii. S3. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Daraley, Dommcs, Johannes, ui. 180, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H^ Robertna de, KatiTits, i. 477. 


224 ; iv. ^^H 


^^^V Walter, ii. 314 ; iv. 179. 


Oarou, Jacobus, Presbyter Sancti ^^^H 


^^^^H Cnsnye, JaineR, Reader at Aboyne, i. 


Andree, iii. 273. ^^H 


^^H 


David 1., Kmg of Scots, i. 126, 142, ^^H 


^^^H CuHHeDiii, Adam de, ii. 19. 


144, 152, 159, 238, 246; ii. 129. ^^H 


^^■^ Cuthbert of Roaeball, i. 236. 


230. 233, 272, 3iJ5, 401, 410 ; iii. ^^1 


^^^^^^^ Cwbe, Frater Alexander, iii. 251. 


163; iv. 486, 536, 548, 549. 6»), ^^1 




691. ■ 


^^^^^^^^^H DALdABNO, Andbew, 


U., King of Scotfl, i. 82, 122, 1 


^^^^^^^^^ Andrew, Vicar of ALir- 


146, 159, 231, 233, 235, 237, 240, ■ 


^^^^^^^fe 


251, 272, 287, 288. 363, 366, 379, ■ 


^^^^^^^1 


404^ 434, 435, 483, 490, 491, 4»8, 1 


^^^^^^^^H ofDalgamofiotray. iii. 


518, 628, 537, 539, 548, 549, 579, ^J 


^^^^^^^1 


585, 594, 596 ; ii. 10, 25, 35, 49, ^^M 


^^^^^^^1 340, 419; iv. 121. 


72, 73. 97, 101, 102, 106, 128, 130, ^^| 


^^^^^^^P 


134, 136, 145, 146, 159, 160, 218. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^M of Qardinfiintray, 


219, 222, 227, 263, 273, 314, 318, ^^ 


^^^^^^^1 


319, 332, 383, 385, 386, 389, 400, 1 


^^^^^^^1 of thftt nk, 


418; iii. 89, 113. 293, 362, 506. I 


^^^^^^K William, of Blackwater, 


530, 531, 573 ; iv. 122, 156, 188, 1 


^^^^^^m 


305, 322, 373, 611, 612, 613, 715, 1 


^^^^^^^^V Fintray, 


717,719,720. J 


^^^^^H 


Earl, Brother of the King of ^^^M 


^^^^^^^^1 Dalgleise, William, of Coreop, iv. 672. 


ScoU, Bee Hnntiagdon, Earl of. ^^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



109 



David, Films Comiids Dancani, ii. 136. 
Frater Comiids Malcolmi, i. 

408. 
Marescallas Willelmi Regis, 

iii. 177. 

Clericus, iv. 4. 

Robertas, iv. 453. 

FiUus, iv. 382. 

Aldirmannns, iv. 381. 

Davidson of Balnacraig, i. 110. 

Alexander, iii. 42; iv. 313, 

347, 352, 353. 

Advocate, iv. 535, 689. 

Chaplain, iv. 46. 

Notary, iv. 355, 356, 

640. 

Andrew, ii. 434. 

Baillie of Gallen, ii. 

141. 
Vicar of Dalkeith, iii. 

253. 
Duncan, iii. 489, 490 ; iv. 347, 

487. 
of Aachinhamper, i. 

321 ; iii. 299. 
George, of Pettens, i. 237, 

239. 
Bargess of Aberdeen, 

iii 215. 

Gilbert, ii. 349. 

James, ii. 336. 

Notary, iii. 45 ; iv. 500. 

John, i. 424 ; ii. 395 ; iii. 70, 

549,550; iv. 352, 353, 541. 
Notary, iii. 307, 308 ; 

iv. 278. 

Robert, iv. 177, 178, 533. 

Sir Robert, Provoet of Aber- 
deen, L 208. 



Davidson, Robert, Vicar of Einellar, iii. 

222, 240. 

T., iv. 139. 

Thomas, i. 182 ; iL 446, 447 ; 

iii. 277, 489, 490 ; iv. 141, 190, 

344, 348, 401, 676, 687. 
of Aachinhamper, iii. 

487, 490. 

Notary, i. 180; iv. 532. 

Portioner of Ardge- 

thin, iv. 137. 
Reader at Echt, i. 

228. 
William, iii. 400, 581 ; iv. 31, 

32, 59, 579. 
of Ord, iv. 579. 

Minister, iv. 315. 

Minister at Rathen, ii. 

392. 
Dean, William, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 
Deer, Abbot of, Dene Adam of Smal- 

ham, ii. 41 3, 425. 
Dene Alexander, ii. 

412. 
Arthar, ii. 420; iv. 

191. 

Brice, ii. 415. 

Henry, ii. 413. 

Dene Herbert, ii. 412. 

Hagh,i. 188; ii. 411, 

413, 414. 
James, ii. 420, 429; 

iii. 29, 275. 
•....• Pittendngh, iv. 

5, 46, 53, 550. 
John, ii. 418 ; iv. 551, 

552. 



^^^^^M INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^V Deer, Abbot John Innes,. 


Dempster, Thomaa, i, 60, 64, 187, 463 1 1 


^^^^^^H 422 


iii. 570. 


^^^^^^H , Uichael, 


deAnohterleflB,iii.S68, 


^^^^^^H 


569, 570, 571. 


^^^^^^^H Pittendrigh, 


Waltems, iii. 334. 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^^H Dene Robert, ii. 412. 


90, 221, 561, 562, £63, £91. ^^^1 


^^^^^^H Robert, ij. 


Denastoan, Thomas, i. 314. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Deray, Johannes de, ii. 61. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


Joneta de, ii. 61. ^^^ 


^^^^^H 421 


Derbi, Johannes de, Officialis de Aber- | 


^^^^^^H Walran, ii. 413. 


deen, i. 568. J 


^^^^^H Walter, ii. 153. 412. 


Roger of, see Aberdeen, Pre- ^^J 


^^^^^^H William, iv. 62, 592. 


c«ntor ^^^1 




Derby, Stephanas de, Canoniens Aber- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 423, 432, 435, 437, 439 ; 


donensiH, i. 565. ^™ 


^^^^^^H 


Deekford, Lord, Walter, i. 438, 647. 


^^^^^^H 


DeuokiB, Johaamea, i. 197. 


^^^^^^H Ueu-anaa, Saniael, Monachns, i. 1S6. 


Devenick, St., i. 140, 141, 151, 264. 




267, 268, 320. 


^^^^^H 


Deyr, Christianns, iv. 347. 


^^^^^^^^P Cnrolns, de Barrane, iii. 570. 


Diaconianna, St., i. 619; iii. 290; iv. 


^^^^^^H 


478, 479. 


^^^^^H David, iv. 398. 


Dick, Alexander, see Glasgow, Arch- 


^^^^^^H do Aachterless, i. 282 ; 


deacon of. 


^^^^^H 


Digwale, Robert, see Ros3, Dean of. ' 


^^^^^^H deCaraldstone,iii. 510. 


Dike, WiU, iv. 27. 


^^^^^^^H Francis, JeEnit, i. 50. 


DikBone, Thomas, Prebendary of Tar- 


^^^^^^^^^M Georginfi, de Ordlej, iii. 570. 


rifi; ii. 346. 


^^^^^^^^^1 Jacobus, de Aacbterlees, 


Dilgaera, Alexander, W. 122. 


^^^^^^^^^1 (Ximes depntatus de Banff, ii. 3C9. 


Dilgnid, George, W. 471. ^^ 


^^^^^H 


Dingwall, Johannes, Prepositos Ec- ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 


clesiae Collegiatae Sanctae Trini- ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^B Johannes, de AnchterleBS, :. 


tatis, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 464; iii. 


Sir John, Notary, ii. 26C. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 564, 565, 


Patricius. iv. 431. ^^M 


^^^^^^H deKDokleytbt,iii.570. 


Thomas, Ballivns ComitiE de ^^H 


^^^^^^H RobertDB, Junior de Aucbter. 


Ross, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


William, of Brncklay,]. 407- ^^H 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Ill 



Dingwall, William, see Boss, Deao 

of. 
Dionisins, Decanas de Angns, i. 257. 

Decanas de Forfar, i. 561. 

Direby, Simon de, Serviens Andree 

Episcopi Moraviensis, ii 288. 
Diss, Beginald, i. 573 ; iv. 402. 
Disschjngton, Willelmns de, Miles, i. 

483, 512 ; ii. 351, 386 ; iv. 88. 
Dog, Johannes, iv. 331. 
Doge, Jacobus, ii 355. 
Dolace, Alexander, ii. 367. 
Delays, Willelmns de, Miles, ii. 159. 
Dolpene, Qilbertns, i. 625. 
Domach, Bex Pictomm, iii. 289. 
Domnall, son of Mac Dnbbachin, iv. 
547. 

Mac GKric, iv. 546. 

Mac Bnadri, iv. 546. 

Domongart, the Beader of Turriff, iv. 

548. 
Donald, St., i. 275, 595, 596, 636. 

John, iL 367. 

Donaldey, Thomas, iv. 734. 
Donaldson, Alexander, iv. 89. 

Dr. Alexander, iv. 369, 370. 

David, iii. 582. 

Donaldus, Baron de Essil- 

mond, iv. 370. 

Finlay, of Auchinleisch, iii. 

124. 

John, i. 382, 394 ; iv. 347. 

Laurence, Beader at Bothie- 

may, ii. 151. 

Patrick, of Bogfarlay, iii. 215. 

Bobert, i. 318 ; iv. 370. 

Waltems, iv. 369. 

Utriusque juris Doctor, 

iv. 870. 



Donaldson, Willelmns, Vicarius de Dal- 

mayok, iii. 123, 233, 243, 367. 
Donaldus, Curatus de Skene, i. 280. 
Donalej, Patrioius, ii. 2G1. 
Donan, St., i. 505, 506, 507. 
Donchad, son of Mac Bead, iv. 548. 
Done, Andrew, of Battie, ii. 221. 
Donebankis, Michael de, de eodem, iii. 

584. 
Donnachac Mac Sithic, Chief of Clan 

Morgainn, iv. 549, 
Donort, St., i. 143. 
Dortie, John, Burgess of Aberdeen, iv. 

762. 
Dosky, Gilquhan de, iii. 582. 
Doucequer, Abbe de, Johan, ii. 415. 
Douglaa, Countess of, Margaret, iii. 
369, 416, 576 ; iv. 350, 724, 725, 
726, 728, 730. 

Douglas, i. 620. 

Earl of, Archibald, i. 290, 

448, 499, 555; ii. 31, 99, 375, 
376, 377 ; iii. 96, 165, 296, 297, 
363; iv. 85, 115, 172, 319, 391, 
392. 

James, i. 626 ; iii. 231, 

369, 416, 422, 576 ; iv. 166, 642, 
726, 727, 72a 

William, i. 316, 390, 

483, 538, 540, 550, 616, 626 ; ii. 
85,305,351, 386; iii. 141, 181, 
. 293, 369, 416 ; iv. 88, 118, 119. 
156, 159, 160, 198, 200, 201, 374, 
718, 722, 723, 724, 725, 726. 

and Mar, Earl of, William, i. 

233. 594 ; ii. 44, 67 ; iii. 369 ; iv. 
85, 114, 158, 376. 

of Glenbervie, i. 532, 684. 

of Tilwhilly, i. 688, 639. 



112 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Doaglas, Alexander, iii. 8 ; iv. 367, 

630. 

Dr. Alexander, ii. 112. 

. ...... Alexander, Capellanos Mora- 

viensifl, ii. 188. 
Depntatns Yicecomitis 

de Aberdeen, i. 281 ; ii. 327 ; iii. 

97, 297, 325, 326. 
Archibald of, i. 540, 550 ; iii. 

231, 232 ; iv. 171, 458, 694, 

732. 
Knight, ii. 319, 351, 

386, 394, 395 ; iv. 374, 642. 

of Glenbervy, iii. 481. 

of Kilspindie, Treasu- 
rer to the King, iii. 116. 
Archibaldns de, Dominns 

Galvidiae, iv. 88, 113, 114. 

Arkembaldns de, ii. 279. 

David, i. 516. 

Haeres Jacobi Douglas 

de Pittendrigh, iiL 46. 
Elizabeth of, iv. 371, 382, 

386, 387, 394. 

■ Freskynus de, iv. 607. 

Grawane of, iii 483. 

..... George of, iv. 729. 
Lord of Angus, iv. 

166, 167. 
Reader at Aberchirder, 

ii. 152. 
Henry, i. 471,478; iiL 124, 

515. 
of Lochleven, Knight, 

iv. 196, 202, 331. 
of Logtoun, Bjiight, 

iv. 49. 
Isabella de, Domina de Mar 

et de Garioch, iv. 457, 458. 



Douglas, Jacobus, Dominus de, L 379 ; 

ii. 106, 218, 395; iii 292, 293, 

313, 316; iv. 612, 711, 712, 760. 
James, L 516; ii. 224; iv. 

169, 198, 616. 

Knight, iv. 69. 

Lord of Abercorn, i. 

448 ; ii. 375, 376, 378. 
of Balvanie, i. 555 ; ii. 

257,381,382; iv. 113,115, 124,389. 
of Dalkeith, Knight^ i. 

290, 503 ; ii. 31, 99 ; iv. 172, 319. 
iii. 96, 165, 

296, 297, 363. 
of Pittendrigh, iii. 46, 

47. 
Sir James, of Eailftone, 

Knight, iii. 124. 

John, iv. 613, 614, 731. 

Prebendary of Ruffill, 

ii. 173. 
Vicar of Glastoun, ii. 

250. 
Margaret, spouse of John, 

Earl of Athol, ii. 265. 

Captain Robert, iii. 280. 

Robert^ of Lochleven, iii. 251 ; 

iv. 124. 
of Logtoun, iii. 154; 

iv. 124. 
William, i. 112; ii. 135; iv. 

694, 730. 

of Glenbervie, iv. 767. 

Chaplain of Murray, 

ii. 188. 
Doune, Lord, James, iv. 770. 

William, iL 359. 

Dover, Ricardus de, Clericns Willelmi 

Episcopi Sancti Andree, i. 257. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



113 



Downe, Andrew, iv. 100. 
Dribarch, Petms de, Clericns Willelmi 
Episcopi Sancti Andree, i. 176, 
257. 
Drimmyngis, Johannes, Yicecomes de 

Aberdeen, i. 195 ; iii. 545. 
DroBtan, St., i. 442, 443, U6 ; ii. 225, 
289, 373, 374 ; iv. 545, 546, 547, 
548, 549. 
Dram, Edwardns, iv^. 367. 
Dmmblee, Andrew, Reader at Bourtie, 

i. 230. 
Drumfries, John of, iv, 193. 
Dmmmond, Lady Anne, wife of John, 
Earl of Errol, i. 94^ 

Lord, John, i. 263 ; ii/ 317 ; 

^ii. 51, 69, 164, 165, 213, 357, 398, 
580. 

David, ii. 44, 45. 

Elizabeth, iv. 281, 2S3. 

Harry, ii. 350. 

Dr. James, see Brechin, 

Bishop of. . 

John,ii.317 ; iv. 190,454,506. 

of Inverpeffray, iv. 

233, 482. 

of Lnndin, iii. 312. 

Malcolm, Lord of Mar and 

the Gkkrioch, iii. 458. 

Lord of Mar, iii. 458 ; 

iv. 162, 163, 164, 165, 720. 

Knight, iv. 728. 

of Mogoar, i. 231 ; iii. 

56, 57. 

Margareta, iv. 233. 

Domiua de Culqn- 

hailze, iii. 376. 

Robert, of Camok, iv. 312, 

475. 



Dmmmond, Walter, see Dunblane, 
Dean of. 

ii. 317; iii. 69. 

William, see Dunblane, Dean 

of. 
Dryburgh, Abbot of, James Ogilyie, i. 
^ 572. 

W., i. 174. 

Dubni Mac Malcolaim, iv. 548. 
Duckett^, Leonellus, iv. 108. 
Dneri, Alexander, ii. 261. 
Duff of Braco, i. 110, 205, 210, 637, 
649 ; ii. 182. 

of Corsindae, ii. 260. 

of Craighead, ii. 251». 

of Craigston, i. 1 10, 482. 

of Crombie, ii. 426. 

of Hatton, i. 110, 464, 260 : 

ii. 321. 

of Keithmore, i. 482, 649 ; ii. 

290. 

of Maldavid, ii. 259. 

Adam, iv. 782. 

of Clunybeg, ii. 259; 

iv. 471. 

of Drummuir, ii. 2t)0. 

289. 

Alexander, iv. 471. 

of Braco, ii. 257, 260. 

of Hatton, i. 508. 

of Keithmore, ii. 2 i")4, 

259. 

of Torrosoile, i v. 41 >8. 

Andrew, ii. 141, 2^1/. 

Archibald, of Drnmmuir, ii. 

260. 

David, ii. 134, 140. 

Sir George, Provost of Col- 
legiate Church of Cullen, ii. 136. 



^^^^p 


H^^H 


^^^^^ INDEX OF ^^1 


^^^^^H Doff, Jobn, ii. 


Dngnid, Robert, of ABchinbire, ii. 4 


^^^^^^H of CoalbiD, ii. 260. 


11 ; ilL 52, », 90, 94, 126, 170, 1 


^^^^^^H ■- ofDarbniclie,u. 141,142. 


276, 383, 44B, 449, 561, 563, 589. 1 


^^^^^^H of Maldovat, L 210 ; ii. 


591, 59-2; iv. 50, 121, 442, 469, 1 


^^^^^H ' 366. 


482, 663, 740, 762. 1 


^^^^^^H Burgess of CoUen, ii. 


WDliam, of Aoehtohive, ir. M 


^^^^^H 


^^ 


^^^^^^H Writer in Aberdeeu. 


Dim of Tirtie, i. 362. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Aidrew, oflUf, iii. 581. ^^H 




CbMThs, of Badiiduh, iii. 


^^^^^H 


225. 


^^^^^^H of Premnay, i. 5d0. 


John, ii 106. 


^^^^^^H Robert, of Dnmuumr. ii. 2G0. 


Muswet, Udy, ii itJP, SO.'. 


^^^^^^^H UinistcrofAberlonr, iL 


Niotobfi de, L 2S2. 


^^^^^H 


de Raty, iii. 5S6. 


^^^^^^H Willi&m, of Bntco, i. 649; ii. 


... ,. Dr. Patrick, iii. 195. 


^^^^^H 


WiUiajn, Canon, ii, 195. 


^^^^^^H ofCromlne. ii.2«0. 


see Mnnuy, Dean of. 


^^^^^^H of Dipple, ii. 2&8, 260. 


DutNU-, Eul of, George, ir.jei. 


^^^^^^H of Mnirtoit, ii. 260. 


Patrick, it. 39$ 


^^^^^H Dailiifl. Mam, ir. 


0fDnni,i71, 644. 




..... of PnmdiKiglit, ii. 321, 324. 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H Alexuder, ir. 782. 


iii. 48, iT. 212. 261, 625. 


^^^^^^^K Andrew. 


..._ (MM Mnnay, Dean of. 


^^^^^^H Arcbib&Idna de, Miles, ii. 383. 


of Gnmnok, iv. 625. 


^^^^^^^^^H Darid, Filins Jobaanis Doffas, 


of Kwniac ii. 150, 318. 


^^^^^H 


of5IillofBalcairne,iii 


^^^^^H John, ir. ?83. 


41S. 


^^^^^^^^1 PreBbjter of Mom;, 


ofTw*at, iii542. 


^^^^^^K 


Appannu de Tarbert, 




i>.49e. 


^^^^^^^^P Robertas de, Cuionicns Ho- 


of WerfMd, Knight.!. 


^^^^^^H ii. 280^ 3(Vt. 


165; iiL 528, 529, 588, 590, ,,. 


^^^^^H WRltenia de. Hilea, ii. U8. 


69, 70, 591, 594. 593, 615, 616. 


^^^^^^H Dogoid of Aaohiohivv, i. 109. 607, 


Uinister of Inretavon, 


^^^^^^ 635 ; il 40. 


i>.3»«. 


^^^^^^ Qtor^, IT. 76i. 


Battaiace, ir. 632. _^m 


^^V Robort, ir. 113. 468. 


aaT>n,ii.394, iT.443. ^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



115 



Dunbar, GraviD, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of ; Glasgow, Archbishop of ; 

Murray, Dean of ; St. Andrews, 

Archdeacon of. 

George, iv. 590, 591. 

Parson of Eahnowir, ii. 

181. 
Minister at Bocbarm, 

ii. 276. 

James, of Castletoun, iii. 34. 

of Gnmnok, Knight, iii. 

590. 

•••*•• 9« iii- 58^> ^^0 ; i^- 

625. 

iSir James, of Dam, ii. 95. 

James, of Frendranght, i^ 524 ; 

iii. 587. 

of Tarbart, ii. 173, 188. 

^ of Westfield, iii. 590, 

59V 

Writer, iv. 310. 

John, iv. 79. 

of Cnmnok, Knight, i^. 

193, 195. 
Joneta de, Domina de Fren- 
dranght, i. 524 ; ii. 134, 135. 
Dompnos Robertas de, Mona- 

chas, i. 512. 

Robert, of Darris, ii. 251. 

of Mill of Balcame, iii. 

416. 
Parson of Toach, iv. 

687. 
Dunblane, Archdeacon of, Walter 

Stewart, iv. 191. 
Bishop of, Adam Bellenden, 

iv. 686. 
James Chisholm, iii. 

275. 



Danblane, Bishop of, Michael Ochiltree, 

iv. 193. 
Robert Lander, ii. 343, 

401 ; iii. 327 ; iv. 200. 
William Chisholm, iv. 

234. 

Stephen, iv. 387. 

Chancellor of, Henry Boys, ii. 

135. 

Dean of, Donald ofBate, ii. 264. 

Walter Drommond, i. 

263 ; iii. 12, 165, 580. 
William Drummond, ii. 

404. 
Dnnbreck, Alexander de eodem, i. 356. 

Georgius de, iv. 591. 

John, of That Ilk, i. 290, 315 ; 

ii. 11, 12 ; iii. 65, 80, 90, 221, 257, 

384, 448, 450, 516, 519, 553, 563, 

589, 591, 592 ; iv. 38, 50, 94, 111. 

Katherine, iv. 571. 

Patrick, i. 653. 

Philippns, L 524; ii. 74; iii. 

62 ; iv. 722. 
Dominns cjusdern, i. 

344, 345 ; iii. 26. 
Bargensis de A berdeen, 

iii. 64. 

Wat of, iii. 7. 

Bnrgess of ^ berdeen, i. 

307. 

William, i. 334; ii. 364. 

of That Ilk, iii. 80. 

Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 71. 
Dnncan, son of Earl of Mar, iv. 702. 

son of Moregrond, iv. 694. 

. son of Roger, iv. 159, 373^ 

374, 715, 718. 



116 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Duncan, Alexander, iL 435. 

Andrew, ii. 436. 

James, of Mardmm, i. 48*2. 

John, i. 408 ; ii. 141 ; iv. 536, 

Presbyter, iii. 267. 

Tjaurence, Notary, iii. 321, 

323. 
Patrick, of Scottistoan, iv. 

147. 

Notary, iii. 34. 

Thomas, i. 573. 

Duncan i, Johannes, Capellanus in Mnr- 

tlach, ii. 262, 263. 

Notarius, iv. 591. 

Lanrencius, Presbyter Aber- 

donensis, iv. 198. 727. 
Duncanson, Alexander, Burgess of Elin- 

tore. iii. 238. 

Dempstare, ii. 367. 

Angus, iii. 4*>2. 

Reader at Leslie and 

Christiskirk. i. 228. 

David, iiL 36S. 

Notarv, iii. 594. 

Greorge, Notary, iv. 657. 

John, i. 617 ; ii. 141 ; iv. 472, 

473, 489, 496, 497, 538, 656. 
Burgess of Banff, ii. 

369. 

Patrick, Notary, iv. 97. 

Thoaias, iv. 496. 

Dunoanuvs Comes, i. 496; ii. 129, 233, 

Frater, ii. 4;^. 

Filius Alnn, i. 5i>4. 

Dolfy, iv. 878. 

Hemli Camerarii Nesii, 

iv. 693. 
Moregnindi, ii, 18, 



Duncanus, Filins Tyoks, iv. 197. 

Mams, iii. 402 ; iv. 694. 

YicariuB de Kildmmmie, iv. 

734. 

Vicarius de Kintore, iii. 241 ; 

iv. 402. 
Dundas, Alexander, de eodem, iv. 92. 

Greorgins, Dominus Sancti 

Johannis, iii. 437. 
Dundee, Viscount, i. 362. 

Frater Willelmus de, ii. 247. 

William de, Parson of Al wyth, 

ii. 313. 
Dundemor, Henricus de, i. 567, 625. 
Dune of Ratie, i. 119. 
Dunfermline, Abbot of, A., 256, 335 ; 
iL 129. 

George, iii. 165, 213, 

418. 

•••• Hugh, ii. 313. 

James, ii. 862 ; iii. 104. 

139, 473 ; iv. 47, 448, 464. 
John of Torry, i. 523. 

Ralph, i. 523. 

Richard, ii. 827. 

Commendator of, Robert, iv. 

767. 

Countess of, Jane, i. 493. 

Earl ot^ Alexander, i. 496. 

James, iii. 48. 

Euma de. Mams Capitalis 

Vicecomitatus de Aberdeen, i. 283. 

John of; Clerk, iiL 428. 

Dunkeld, Archdeacon of, Jooeline, i. 
256. 

Bishop of; Alexander Lind- 
say, i. 1»>6, 167. 

...... .••••• Comiac, iv. 548. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



117 



Dunkeld, Bishop of, George Brown, ii. 
42 ; iii. 51, 164, 195, 213, 275, 
348, 358 ; iv. 215. 

Gregory, iv. 550. 

James Bruce, iv. 49. 

Livingstonn, i. 

608 ; iv. 214, 357. 

John Hamilton, iii. 351. 

Peebles, ii. 44, 

67 ; iiL 141, 181 ; iv. 84, 114, 160, 
642. 

Raulston,iv. 201. 

Matthew, ii. 313. 

Richard, ii. 16. 

Robert de Caimey, i. 

448 ; ii 162, 375, 376, 377 ; iii. 
96 ; iv. 387. 

Thomas Lander, i. 284; 

iii. 8, 324, 327 ; iv. 79. 

William Sin clair,i. 62 7 ; 

iii. 212 ; iv. 612. 

Dean of, Alexander Inglis, iii. 

52, 115, 164, 276, 314, 347, 357, 
511, 522, 580. 

Treasurer of, R., i. 293. 

Dunlop, Johannes, iv. 544. 
Dnnmohoy, Robertus, iv. 323. 
Duppol, R. de, ii. 285. 
Durame, Henry, iv. 556. 
Durrisder, Johannes de, Cancellarius 
et Camerarius Regali talis Mo- 
raviae, ii. 37. 
Durward, see Hostiarius. 

Alan, iv. 691, 693, 697. 

Justiciary of Scotland, 

iii. 313. 

... Colin, iv. 694. 
.... Thomas, iv. 149, 691, 693, 
694. 



■ ■ • • • 



Duthac, St., i. 206. 
Duthie, William, iv. 21. 
Dychton, Willelmus de, Canonicus, ii. 
195. 

Edenuam, Stephanus de, ii. 279. 

Thomas de, Clericus Aberdon- 

ensis, i. 502. 
Edinburgh (Holyrood), Abbot of, Wil- 
liam, i. 336. 
Bishop of, Dr. William Forbes, 

Edmesten, Willelmus, de Lintrethyu, 

iv. 736, 
Edmiston, Sir James, of That Ilk, i. 

121, 647. 
Edmond, George, ii. 350. 

John, Knight, ii 263. 

Edmonstona, Johannes de. Miles, ii. 

180, 131. 
Edward, see Aberdeen, Bishop of. 

Andreas, ii. 262. 

Edwardus, ii. 19, 20. 

Canonicus, i 292. 

de Aberdeen, i. 565, 

566; ii. 18,21. 

de Elgin, ii. 193. 

Moraviensis, ii 170, 

280, 285, 287, 288, 304. 

Capellanus Willelmi Episcopi 

Sancti Andree, i. 176, 257. 

Clericus Episcopi Aberdonen- 

sis, iii. 178. 
Egberd, Gerardus fitz de, iv. 174. 
Egew, Robertus, Notarius, iii. 17, 18, 

106, 108. 
Eglinton, Comes de, Hugo, iii. 110, 
185, 349. 
Hugode,Miles, i. 539,540,550. 



^^^^H OF I^^^^H 


^^^^^^H Kgo, FUins FergoBJi, 


ElphinBtone, Master 0^ Aleiaa(]eri^^^H 


^^^^^^H FAalaan, Job&niies, 


184; ir. 238, 239; 240, 246, 247, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Juhaanes, 


253, 262, 263, 264, 272, 273, 2S0, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Eldar, Frater AdamnB, ii. 237, 238. 


281, 282, 283, 291, 478, 748. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Andrew, Presbjter, iii. 


of Olack, i. 110, .531, 581, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^H John, LG89i iv. 31, 32, 5S-5. 


of Logie, i. 71, 111. ^^H 


^^^^^^H EleU. James, ir. 


ofWartle, t. 578. ^^H 


^^^^^H Klgin, AadrenB 


Alexander, iv. 279. ^^H 


^^^^^^H AngnBtiDos de, 


Jnoior, iv. 238, 23i), ^^M 


^^^^^H 


^^M 


^^^^^H MaibeoB de, Canonicas iio. 


brother of Robert Elph- ^^H 


^^^^^M 


iostone, iv. 478. ^^M 


^^^^^^^M Prater RobertuB de, ii. 247. 


son of John Elphin- ^^^| 


^^^^^^1 hJliot, Johaimes, de Balwoley. 


stone of That Ek, ir. 738, 739. ^^H 


^^^^^B 


o( That Hk, iy. 223, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Elizabeth, wife of Robert I., i. 210 ; ii. 


224, 225, 226, 227, 228. 22<i, 277, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Elleni, J.^hu, see KinloBS, Abbot of. 


of Invernochtjr, iv.217, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Ellemera, Bobertne 


218, 219, 220, 222, 278. ^^M 


^^^^^^1 Kllan, Seologi de, 311, 812 ; 


Andrew, of Glnck, i. 5»2; iii. ^^H 


^^^^H 


465, 466. ^^M 


^^^^^^B Elmalie, Adam, 479, 480. 


of Selmys, i. 5(>3, 622 ; ^^H 


^^^^^^H Alexandep, i. 3S2. 


ii. 317, 333, 355 ; iii. 82. 178, 371 ^^M 


^^^^^^K 


372, 465, 508, 538; ir. 64, 486, ^^M 


^^^^^^B 


^^M 


^^^^^^H 


Arthar, of Ghtck, i. 582. ^^H 


^^^^^^H William, Header at Rutbven, 


Vicar of Banff, ii. 126. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


: George, of BelUbeg, iv. 254, ^^H 


^^^^^^^V Hlphinatone, Lady, Elizabeth Barluy. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


James, of Barnes, Iv. 254, 273. ^^^| 


^^^^^^V Lord, Alexander, 


of Barnetoan, iii. 383. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 184; iii. 420, 




^^^^^H ^32, 233, 246, 247, 253, 255, 262, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 2f>3, 264, 266, 27», 280, 


ofGlack, i. 531, 533. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 291, 474, 475, 740. 


ofInvei-nauchtie,iv.245. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


ofLogie, i. .'>3I. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Robert, iv. 245, 255, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 478, 748. 


seoMonjmnsk, Priorof. ^^^^| 



^HP INDEX OF 119 ^^^1 


Elphiofitoue, John, see Monymosk, Co- 


Emery, Oilbertna, Vicarimi de Fetter- ^^^^^^| 




^^^^^1 


of That nk, a 420. 


Englat, St., 329 ^^^^^M 


Knight, iv. 217, 


Knverkype, William of, iv. 395. ^^^^^^| 


218, 277, 738. 




ofArtht,ii. 355. 


^^^^^1 


of Erthe, Knight, iii. 


Erchad, see Irchard. I^^^^^^B 


372. 


Ergadia, see Argyle. ^^^^^| 


ofGUck, i. S12. 


Ermengarde, wife of William the . ^^^^^^| 


Sir John, oE Logie, i. i>36. 


Lion, ^^^^^1 


of Pittondrich, Knight, 


Errol, Conutesa of, Elizabeth, i. 389, ^^^^^| 


ir. 255. 


390; iii. 140, 151. ^^^^^H 


John, of Pittendrioh, iii. 169. 


Mary, i. 376. ^^^^^H 


Parson of InTernochty, 


Earlof,Charlea,i.376iiii.l5d. ^^^^^B 


iv. 478, 77H, 779. 


FranoiH,i.376,519; ii. ^^^^H 


Prebendary of Inver- 


343, 349; iii. 126, 131, 157; ^^^^H 


nochty, iii 229, 352, 354, 381, 497. 


^^^^^1 


lanrenco, iii. 56. 


George, i. 460 ; U. 347, ^^^^^1 


NicholBs, of Glftck, iii. 451, 


348; iii. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, ^^^^H 


465. 


328 ^^^^H 


Robert, iv. 233 


Gilbert, iii. 157; iv.ei. ^^^^H 


see Aberdeen, Trea- 


William, ^^^^^H 


surer of. 


364, 377, 378, 386, 395, 427, 428, ^^^^H 


Parson of Kincaniiae, 


456,457, 460, ii. 131, 331, 343, ^^^^H 


iv. 229. 


344, 345, 346, 401, 403, 404, 405, ^^^^H 


Simon, iii. 466. iC<7. 


429, 430 iii. 9, 10, 1 13, 15, ^^^^H 


William, iii. 56. 


19, 38, 30, 40, 41, 51, 69, 91, 92, ^^^^^M 


see Aberdeen, Bishop 


96, 100, 102, 105, 113, 122, 123, ^^^^H 


of. 


124, 125, 128, 136, 137, 138, 139. ^^^^H 


Brother William, iv. 29. 32. 


140, 147, 148, 119, 150, 153, 154, ^^^^^| 


William, of Glack, iii. 466, 


155, 164, 172, 305, 375, 408, 417, ^^^^^H 


467. 


iv. 35. 45, 82, 96, 206, -212, ^^^^H 


Parson of Clatt,iT. 229. 


261, 406, 632, ^^^^^1 


Prebendaiy of Clatt, 


Master of, Andrew, i. 383. 385, ^^^^^M 


iii. 385, 419. 


424 ; ii. 395, 396 ; iii. 20, 21, 22, ^^^^H 


Provost of BothweU, 


129 ^^^^^H 


iiL466. 


William, ^^^^H 


Elrick, Andrew, ii. 433. 


404, 405; iii. 20, 29. 42. ^^^^H 


John, ii. 433. 


^^^^^H 



120 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Erskine, Lord, Alexander, iii. 51, 53, 
54, 104, 107 ; iv. 305, 306, 307, 
737. 

John, i. 170; iii. Ill, 

116, 349; iv. 97, 234,235, 236, 
237, 262, 273, 276, 308, 317, 746, 
747, 749. 

Robert, iv. 205, 206, 

207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 234, 
257, 258, 259, 261, 262, 275, 293, 
302. 

ThoiQas, i. 281 ; ii. 343 ; 

iii. 51, 145, 147*,' 374, 578 ; iv. 89, 
202, 203, 205, 206, 212, 214, 221, 
254, 256, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 
271, 275, 277, 280, 293, 297, 300. 

of Gogar, i. 531. 

of Pittodrie, i. Ill, 532, 533, 

536, 580, 642. 

Alan, iv. 395, 735. 

James, i. 465. 

see Aberdeen, Arch- 
deacon of. 

John, iii. 146. 

of Kynnoale, Knight, 

iv. 191. 

of Nesbit, Knight, iii. 

54. 

of Pittodrie, i. 532 ; iii. 

422. 

Exhortor at Old Aber- 
deen, i. 228. 

Parson of Turriff, ii. 

347. 

Nicholas, iv. 202, 454. 

Robert, see Aberdeen, Dean 

of. 

Sir Robert, iv. 182, 187, 188, 

189, 192, 193, 393. 



Erskine, Robert, Knight, i 392, 483, 
538, 539, 550 ; ii. 140, 305, 351, 
386 ; iii. 293, 531, 573 ; iv. 48, 
85, 88, 156, 172, 195, 196, 199, 
200, 374, 458, 718. 

of EUam, Knight, iii. 

53. 

Sir Robert, of Kelly, iii. 51, 

141, 142, 143. 

Robert, of Kynnoale, iv. 454. 

Thomas, iv. 202, 735. 

Sir Thomas, iv. 196, 198, 199, 

200, 201, 393. 

Lord of That Ilk, iv. 

162, 167, 187, 188, 189. 

Thomas, Knight, i. 290, 499 ; 

ii. 31,99; iii. 93, 296. 297,363; 
iv. 49, 163, 164, 165, 273, 319, 
453, 642. 

Sir Thomas, of Brechin, i. 

532; ii. 347; iii. 349 ; iv. 561. 

Thomas, of Pittodrie, i. 532. 

Waltems de, iv. 198. * 

William, of Pittodrie, i. 527, 

532 ; iii. 441. 
Ertht, Willelmus de, Miles, ii. 264. 
Erwene, see Irvine. 
Espleyne, Thomas, ii. 184. 
Etale, John of, iv. 378. 

Simon de, see Aberdeen, Pre- 
centor of. 
Ete, daughter of Qillmiohel, iv. 548. 
Ethernan, St., i. 133, 134, 451, 454, 

455. 
Ettlj, Andreas, i. 575. 
Eaas, Scrviens Andree Episcopi Mora- 

viensis, ii. 280. 
Euerley, Johannes de, Canonicns Dan- 
keldensis, i. 295 ; ii. 57. 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



121 



Eustache, Alexander^ Reader at Kin- 
cardine, i. 229. 

Eostachius, Yicarius de Inverness, ii. 
197. 

Eva, daughter of Oartnait, iv. 549. 

Ewert, Robert, ii. 431. 

Ewin, Alexander, Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iiL 555, 556. 

Failpurde, Minister of, Robert, iii. 195. 
Fairwadder, John, iv. 52. 
Falconer, Alexander, husband of Mary, 
Countess of Errol, i. 376, 462. 

George, of Haukartstone, iii. 

541. 

John, ii. 172, 261. 

of Murreffstoune, iii. 

588, 

Walter, Presbyter of Brechin, 

ii. 43a 

Notary, iii. 259. 

Falloun, Andrew, iv. 598. 
** Fardil, Alexander, iv. 348, 367. 
t Farhard, Judex de Buchan, iii. o. 
Farme, Charles, i. 432. 
Faro, St,, i. 252 ; iii. 245, 246. 
JParquhar, John, of Fonthill, i. 424. 

Thomas, ii. 38. 

William, ii. 50. 

Farquharson of Allanacoich, i. 643. 

of Auchindrein, i. 643. 

of Auchlossin, i. 109. 

of Balmurrel, i. 641 ; ii. 85. 

of Coldarach, i. 643. 

of Finzean, i. 110. 

of Inveray, i. 36, 635, 641, 

643 ; ii. 85. 

of Inyercaold, i. 110, 641, 642; 

ii. 85. 



Farquharson of Monaltrie, i. 631, (>41 ; 

ii. 85. 

of TuUochcoy, i. 641 ; ii. 85* 

Alexander, ii. 76. 

of Inveray, i. 043. 

of Invercauld, i. 642. 

of Monaltrie, ii. 5. 

Charles, i. 635. 

Donald, of Monaltrie, i. 042. 

Finlaw, of Invercauld, i. 642. 

Francis, of Finzean, ii. 77. 

John, of Invercauld, i. 042. 

Robert, !* ^f in ister of Kirk- 

michael, ii. 307. 
William, Burgess of Aberdeon. 

iii. 216. 
Farrendrath, Johannes de, ii. 217. 

Malcolmus de, ii. 217. 

Fayrlle, Willelmus de, de Brade, ii. 

376. 
Fechat, Gilbertus, Burgensis de Abc»r. 

deen, iii. 452, 453. 
Matheus, Burgensis de Alier- 

deen, iii. 548. 
Fedderat, Sir Magnus of, i. 189, 190 : 

ii. 417. 

Rogems de, i. 190. 

William, i. 189 ; ii. 417, 41b: 

iv. 578, 574, 612, 613. 
Portioner of Duffns. 

iv. 602, 603. 
Feltoun, Andreas de, ii. 199. 
Fenton, Elizabeth, i. 389, 390. 

George of, I 389, 390. 

Jacobus, Vicarius de Tibln'r- 

muir, iii 123, 138. 

Johannes de, iii. 132. 

Joneta de, iii. 121, 123, 12-1, 

515 ; iv. 69, 70, 438, 591, 730. 

16 



122 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Feuton, ^[argareta de, de Beafort, 
iv. 435, 436, 

Thomas de, iv. 118. 

WalWr, of Baky, iii. 121 ; iv. 

67,68,70,591. 

of Beafort, iv. 66, 435, 

436, 437. 

Willelmusde, ii. 341. 

Dominus ejasdem, i. 

363, 364. 448, 478, 479, 480 ; iii. 
376 ; iv. 434, 435, 718. 

William, of Baky, iii. 121, 

132, 133. 
Feodarg, Philippus do, i. 33S ; iii. 113. 
Ferehardus, Vicarius de Fyvie, i. 194. 

Filius Duncani, L 197. 

Durdanv, i. 196. 

Fert>dae miw Malbhricin, iv. 548. 
Fonrus (FenriisiauX St., i. 244, 419, 

420 ; ii. 397, 398, 399, 4(K\ 
Ferguson of IWmakelly, i. 412. 

of Kiumandie, L 110. 

of l^ifour, i. Ill, 398, 583. 

Aloxanvlor, ii. 393, 394; iv. 



62. 



...... Andrew, i. 113. 

E^\ IX^minus de Uchtirame, 

ii. 12.^ 

Jame*, ii. 185, 226, 243, 256, 

of Pitfour, i. 398, 399. 

Jv>Uu, ii, 226. 

l\itriok, iv. 48^.'. 

Holvrt* Vioar of lA>gtt\ iii. 

241 ; iv. 402 

William, ii. 483 

Ferlev, IXjkvivl v>f, iii. %\ 

,,,,„ Mo4^^t of, iii. 5. 
Fenu\ ,\bl>a:^ d«x l\>naldu:js ii. 5^84 ; iii. 
>2iv .VH^. 



I 



Ferr, Henricus de, i. 625. 

Ferrerios, Johannes, L 188, 312 ; ii. 

411. 
Festo, Adam de, i. 340. 
Fethy, David, L 516. 
Fiacre (Fittick), St., i. 252, 253 ; iii. 

245. 

Fife, Comitissa de, Isabella, iL 3L 

Johanna de Clare, ii. 

oq 

Earl of^ Duncan, ii. 15, 16, 31, 

37, 159, 234, 300, 301, 304, 391 ; 
iv. 550, 612, 693, 698. 

Malcolm, i. 269; ii. 

138, 259, 294, 302, 303, 304, 391 ; 
iv. 694, 695. 

William Duflt ii. 260. 

and Menteith, Earl of, Robert, 

see Albany, Duke of^ Robert. 

David, son of Duncan, Earl 

of; ii. 234, 259. 

brother of Malcolm, 

Earl of, ii 303. 

son of Malcolm, Earl 

of, ii 304. 

Duncan, brother of Malcolm, 

Earl oC iL 303. 
Fincan, St., i. 596, 636. 
Findark, Philip of. iiL 60. 
Fiudlater, Earl of, James, i- 647, 648. 

Pktrickf i. G48. 
. CSathbert, iv. 651, 677. 

John. ii. 97 ; iv. 651, 677. 

William, iL 433. 

fmdon, Philippus de, L 2o8. 
Fingone, Ladilaaus, de Mo6chreig, iiL 






Fuilau5, Filius Mauchv, iv. 378. 
Finlavsocu David. iL 261. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



123 



Finlayson, Thomas, iii. 34. 

Walter, of Anchinleisch, iii. 

124. 
FinniaD, St., i. 632. 
Pintray, Sir John, N.P., ii. 405. 
Firmatorio, Patricias de, see Fyvie, 

Gnstos de. 
Flandres, Hngo, iv. 117: 

Johannes de, Capellanas, ii. 

199. 
Fleming, Lord, John, iii. 203, 204 ; iv. 
747. 

Malcolm, iii. 195, 34i). 

Robert, iii. 202^ 324, 

514 ; iv. 68, 206, 212, 261. 

Adam, iii. 263. 

David, i. 235. 

Knight, ii. 140, 227; 

iii. 444. 

of Biggar, Knight, i. 

503; ii. 351; iv. 87, 171, 172, 
173, 458. 

i 4M • iii O.S 
200, 201, 202. 

James, of the Bord, iii. 201, 202. 

John, Knight, i. 235, 340. 

Malcolm, i. 235 ; iv. 403, 

405, 406. 

of Biggar, iii. 93. 

Patrick, of the Bord, iii. 201. 

Simon, i. 247, 625. 

Thomas, i. 458 ; iii. 203. 

Vicar and Reader at 

Fintray, i. 229. 
Finger, Alexander, iv. 347. 
Flntere, John, see Kinloss, Abbot of. 
Fodringhame, David, de Powry, i. 282. 

Willelmus de, Miles, i. 288; 

319. 



Forays, Frater Alanus de, ii. 247. 
Forbes, Lord, Alexander, i. 343, 344, 
345, 353, 393, 610; iii. 269, 270, 
404; iv. 34,. 390, 395, 398, 408, 
409,410,688, 689. 

Arthur, i. 382; iii. 

113; iv. 56, 58, 59, 146, 409, 410, 
686, 687. 

Duncan, iv. 372. 

James, i. 234, 332, 

;I45, 542, 600, 606, 607, 635 ; iii. 
203, 424, 535 ; iv. 142, 341, 398, 
399, 400, 401, 419, 424. 

John, i. 487, 488, 

531, 592, 608, 610 ; iii. 69, 81, 
82, 105, 115, 116, 229, 305, 423, 
524, 525 ; iv. 97, 143, 230, 313, 
332, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 
414, 415, 416, 417, 420, 421, 422, 
423, 424, 441, 443, 491, 453, 656, 
ijr)7, 771. 

William, i. 170, 348, 

482, 533, 607, 610, 611, 635; ii. 
48,146; iii. 113, 117, 118, 228, 
229, 277, 278, 279, 499, 535 ; iv. 
35, 82, 142, 143, 341, 371, 402, 
403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 419, 
430, 446, 479, 534, 623, 624, 758, 
760, 761, 763, ICyQ, 707, 768, 769, 
770. 

Master of, Alexander, iv. 513, 

534, 535, 687, 688. 

Arthur, iv. 56, 58, 59, 

143. 

Johu, i. 610, 620; iv. 

350, 415, 416, 497, 504, 760, 761, 
763, 766, 767, 768, 769, 770. 

William, iv. 316, 418, 

420, 421, 534. 



124 



INDEX OF PEBSONS. 



Forbes oi'Aberdour, i. 443. 

of Auchorties, i. 334, 507. 

of Anchmdie, i. 407. 

of Badifarrow, i. 383, 

. . ofBalfluig, i. 110,- 587. 

ofBalogie, i. 407, 63«;. 

of Barnes, i. 550. 

of Blackford, i. 110,507. 

of Blackton, i. 482. 
. of Boyndlie, i. 449, 450, 451. ' 
of Corsinda, i. 635. j 

of Craifirievar, i. 110, 245, 

5i>o, mx 

of Disblair, i. 110. • 

ofEcht, i. 110,636,637. 
. of Foveran, i. 71, 110, 365, \ 



t . 






of Kincardine, L 110. 

of Knappema, i. 441-. 1 

of Leslie, i. 334, 545, 550, 

•"iol. 

of Logic, L 531. 

of Monyraask, i. 71 , 1 71, 254, 

545. 

of New, i. 617. 

of Pitnaoalder, i. 4SS. 

of Sheels, i. 636. 

of Shives, i. 111. 

of Tolqnhon, i. 87, 629. 

of Waterton, i. Ill, 301, 307. 

Abraham, iii. 535. 

of Blackton, i. 599: ' 

iv. 56, 348, 349. ' 

■ 

Alaster, iv. 450. 

of Straithgarnick, iv. I 

769. 

Alexander, i. 333, 591, 592, 

601, 601>, 612; ii. 369; iii C6, 
541 ; IT. 31, 36, 105, 137. 189, 



140, 143, 168, 330, 373. 379, 380, 
381, 382, 390, 415, 431, 448, 457, 
458, 467, 656, 741, 762, 772. 773. 
Forbes, Alexander, see Aberdeen, Bishop 
of. 

Sir Alexander, EoiigLt, i. 

555,610; iT. S6, 159, 178, 188, 

381, 385, 386, 387, 889, 390, 391, 
392, 895, 397, 398, 399, 407, 412. 

of That Bk, i. 482, 

487; iT. 43, 49, 181, 188, 189, 
190, 191, 194, l9o, 340, 841, 371, 

382, 383. 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 
391, C93, 394, 396, 397, 419, 454, 
659. 

Alexander, of That Bk, 

Knight, i. 556 : ii. 381 ; iii 474, 

534. 

Captain Alexander, iT. 364. 

(alias Spangare), Alexander, 

iii. 376. 
Alexander, of Archballache, 

iT. 137. 
of Anchanasj, iii. 

381,467: iT. 105. 

of AnchintonU, iT. 

137, 141, 143, 762. 

of Blackfoord, i 508. 

of Bojmdlie, ii. 445 : 

iT. 71. 
of Bradhanche, iT. 

498. 
of Bmx, i 167, 610, 

637; ii 358, 359; iT. 177, 381, 

882, 416, 430, 438, 443, 444, 736, 

750. 
of Carnjcallie, iT. 

762. 
of Knnematie, IT. 761. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



125 



Forbes, Alexander, of Fingask, iv. 684. 

of Foveran, i. 365, 

370. 

of Fyngeifl, iv. 143. 

of Groddie, iv. 741. 

of Kinaldie, i. 114 ; ii. 

344 ; iii. 404, 405, 458 ; iv. 105, 
G48, 656, 657. 

and Piteligo, 

Kuight, iv. 105. 

of New, i. 61 7 ; iv. 

254, 273. 

of Pitsligo, i. 109, 348, 

437, 592, 606 ; ii. 382, 383 ; iii. 
30, 404, 458, 459 ; iv. 105, 106, 
113, 121, 143, 402, 658, 660, 661, 
662, 663, 665, 666, 762, 769. 

Sir Alexander, of Pitsligo, i. 

436, 471, 617 ; iv. 104, 105, 
442. 

Alexander, of Tolqnhon, i. 

331, 333, 348, 635; iii. 63, 66; 
iv. 402, 405. 

Sir Alexander, of Tolqnhon, 

i. 330, 333 ; iii. 67, 208. 

Alexander, of Towie, ii. 147, 

333, 334, 335, 429, 430, 431, 445, 
446, 774. 

Sheriff of Aberdeen, 

iv. 207, 211, 259. 

Captain Arthnr, of Castle 

Forbes, Baronefc, iv. 363, 364. 

Arthnr, i. 4, 35, 436, 437, 

601, 608 ; ii 257, 406 ; iii. 20, 21, 
144, 145, 278 ; iv. 146, 318, 402, 
407, 408, 426, 430, 649, 762. 

of Balfonr, iv. 482, 

483, 484, 485, 761. 
of Bmx, i. 592. 



Forbes, Sir Arthur, of Craigievar, i. 

601 ; ii. 243. 
Arthur, of Rerass, i. 321, 

356, 436 ; ii. 446, 447 ; iii. 251. 
of Meikle Warders, iii. 

404. 
Minister of Echt, &c., 

i. 227. 
Christinus de. Miles, ii. 106 ; 

iv. 760. 
David, i. 383; ii. 44, 353; 

iv. 357, 358, 359. 

of Corse, i. 600, 607. 

of Leslie, iii. 395. 

Duncan, i. 333, 61 7 ; ii. 380 ; 

iii. 278, 279, 483 ; iv. 142, 168, 

330, 332, 372, 379, 416, 438, 447, 

472, 473, 474, 736, 758, 778, 779. 
brother of William, 

Lord Forbes, iv. 479. 
Canon of Aber deen, 

iv. 379, 731, 732. 

of Argethin, i. 587. 

of Auchintonll, iii. 

582 ; iv. 188. 

of Boeth, iv. 762. 

of By th, iii. 542. 

otCorsinda,i.610,635. 

of Cultis, iv. 430. 

of Dmmmalachie, i. 

166, 592 ; iv. 330, 331. 

of Finnieloiat, iv. 762. 

of Ledmaky, iv. 762. 

of Lethintie, iv. 361. 

of Little Johnslejs, iii. 

406, 407. 
of Monjmnsk, i. 1 70, 

179, 181, 182, 184, 585 ; iii. 502 ; 

iv. 762, 763, 767, 769. 



126 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Forbes, Duncan, of Skene, iv. 454. 

of Towie, i V. 440, 443. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 249. 
Elizabeth, iv. 388, 391, 392, 

407. 
George, i. 436, 437 ; iii. 30, 

458, 559 ; iv. 347. 
of Auchintoull, ii. 4% ; 

iii. 423, 539, 540 ; iv. 90, 331, 332, 

431, 441. 
of Corse, i. 607; iii. 

427, 428. 

of Kynmvkis, iv. 762. 

of Skellatour, iv. 254, 

273. 

Gilbert, iv. 762. 

Hector^ i. 437. 

Henry, of Kjnellor, i. 290, 

315, 575 ; ii. 11 ; iii. 14, 53, 64, 

65, 78, 90, 94, 103, 126, 170, 221, 

241, 260, 303, 315, 336, 340, 342, 

419, 421, 44G, 450, 458, 516, 519, 

536, 551, 553, 563, 589, 591, 592 ; 

iv. 37, 50, 60, 78, 92, 111, 121, 401. 

of Logie, i. 531. 

of Thanistoun, i. 576 ; 

iv. 232, 469. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 196. 
Vicar of Alford, L 

587. 
James, ii. 424; iii. 404, 518; 

iv. 105, 337, 340, 390, 395, 31»6, 

397, 398, 419. 
...-. son of William, Lord 

Forbes, iv. 371. 

of Thatllk, Knight, iv. 

399. 



Forbes, James, of Auchintoull, iv. 

143, 333-335. 

of Balquhamie, iv. 

762. 

of Cloak, iv. 140, 141. 

of Corsinda, i. 635, 

655 ; iii. 499 ; iv. 146, 541, 762. 

of Cowlie, iv. 762. 

of Craigtoun, iv. 762. 

of Fechthill, iii. 535 ; 

iv. 662. 
Lieut.- Colonel James, of 

Fowlls, iv. 329. 

James, of Haughton, iv. 137 . 

of Knockonoch, iv. 

364. 

of Leslie, iii. 395. 

of Lethinty, i. 437, 

538. 

of Tomadis, iv. 686, 

687. 
Notary, i. 630 ; iv. 

328. 

Parson of Forbes, i. 

608 ; iii. 381. 

Prebendary of Forbes, 

iv. 871. 

Presbyter of Aber- 
deen, iv. 324. 

John, i. 182, 353, 35.5, 382, 

437, 587, 588, 637 ; ii 4 ; iii. 203, 
334, 404, 497, 552 ; iv. 56, 57, 58, 

144, 146, 313, 314, 344, 347, 373, 
385, 410, 411, 439, 440, 441, 442, 
443, 450, 537, 624, 687, 717, 758, 
762, 772. 

son of William, Lord 

Forbes, iv. 534. 

. iii. 498. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



127 



Forbes, Sir John, Knight, i. 610 ; iii. 

8, 203 ; iv. 168. 170, 188, 190, 

373, 379, 390, 494. 
ofThatIlk,i. 330; iv. 

372, 379, 381, 457, 458, 731. 
John, of That Hk, ii. 400; 

iv. 373, 374, 375, 378, 379, 467, 

716. 
of Abersnethok, iv. 

762. 
of Abircatie, iv. 762, 

763. 
of Ardmurdo, i. 166; 

iii. 468 ; iv. 762. 
of Balfluig, i. 588; iv. 

145. 
of Bamis, i. 115 ; iv. 

367, 446, 624, 741. 
of Bonagask, iv. 137, 

140. 

of Boyndlie, iv. 762. 

of Bmx, i. 588, 592, 

637 ; iii. 408, 510 ; iv. 56, 188, 

254, 273, 313, 402, 441, 443, 444, 

447, 448, 449, 474, 739, 741, 750, 

751, 761. 
Ejiight, iv. 

401. 

ofByth, iii. 483. 

Dr. John, of Corse, i. 600, 

607. 
Sir John, of Craigievar, i. 

245, 334, 599, 601, 607. 

John, of the Cults, i. 592. 

Sir John, of Dmminnor, i. 

436, 591, 610. 
John, of Echt, i. 290, 315; 

iii. 193, 221, 257, 315, 385, 516, 

533, 553 ; iv. 37, 769. 



Forbes, John, of Finouch, iv. 762, 

763, 769. 

of Foveran, iii. 95. 

of Fynnarsume, iii. 

468. 

of Gask, iv. 687. 

of Leslie, iii. 396, 

689. 
of Little Abircatie, iv. 

769. 
Sir John, of Monymusk, iii. 

504, 505. 

John, of New, iv. 450, 762. 

of Pitsligo, i. 114, 314, 

315, 437 ; iii. 65, 78, 89, 105, 221, 

256, 305, 375, 404, 458, 467, 468, 

519, 521 ; iv. 56, 58, 59, 105, 106, 

112, 113, 122, 143, 443, 624, 648, 

656, 657, 658, 664, 665, 684. 

Sir John, of Pitsligo, i. 439. 

John, of Tillegony, i. 115; 

iv. 232, 469. 
of Tolquhon, i. 282, 

332, 500, 503 ; iii. 66. 
Sir John, of Tolquhon, i. 87, 

171, 330, 331, 531, 587, 610; iv. 

385, 395. 
John, of Towie, i. 612; iv. 

238, 312, 356, 430, 446, 447, 448, 

642, 762, 769, 773, 774. 
of Tulligownens, iii. 

64, 315, 516. 
Sir John, of Waterton, iii. 

31. 
John, of Waterton, iii. 37, 38, 

48,85. 

Fiar of Brux, iv. 315. 

Master of Grammar 

School, i. 56. 



128 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Forbes, John, MiDister at Alford, i. 52, 

587. 
Minister at Delpb, iv. 

3t>4. 
Portiouer of Barnis, i. 

116. 
Provost of St. GKles, i. 

610. ■ 

Stationer, Aberdeen, i. 

53. 
Malcolm, iii. 203, 404, 405 ; 

iv. 390. 
of Tolqubon, i. 332; 

iii. 13, 63, 64, 65, 66, 302, 335, 

551, 552 ; iv. 78, 94. 

Ninianus, iv. 416. 

Patrick, i. 119, 355, 600, 607 ; 

iv. 356, 756, 762, 769. 
see Aberdeen, Bishoj) 

of. 

Sir Patrick, i. 600. 

Patrick, of Balqnhainey, iv. 

254, 273. 
of Corse, see Aberdeen, 

Bishop of. 
i. 610 ; iii. 117, 

499 ; iv. 360, 757. 

of Craigtoun, iv. 513. 

of Fothirbiss, iv. 357, 

358, 359. 
of Pittallachy, i. 617 ; 

iv. 762. 

Richard, ii. 395 ; iv. 398. 

see Aberdeen, Dean of. 

Robert, iv. 364, 561, 684, 762. 

see Mony mn sk,Prior of. 

of Foveran, iii. 95. 

of Meikle Warders, 

iii. 434. 



Forbes, Robert, of Monymnsk, iii. 535. 

of Rires, iv. 105. 

Bargess of Aberdeen, 

iv. 762. 
Hosier in London, i. 

73. 
Sir Samuel, of Foveran, 

Baronet^ i. 546 ; iv. 382. 
Thom, oi the Loch, i. 592, 

637. 

Thomas, iv. 330, 335, 405. 

of Auchinhamper, ii. 

163 ; iv. 143. 

of Auchry, i. 333. 

of Elrok, iv. 762. 

of Shettocksley, iii. 

217. 
of Tolqnhon, iii. 66, 

67, 
of Waterton, i. 308; 

iii. 31, 37, 48. 
Ballivns de Mar, iii. 

583. 

Notary, iii. 423. 

Wadsetter of Gra vile, i. 

398. 

Seigneur Thomasio, i. 50. 

Walter, i. 355, 599. 

of Tolqubon, i. 333. 

Parson of Abbotroulle, 

i. 351, 352 ; iii. 458. 
Dr. William, see Edinburgh, 

Bishop of. 
William, i. 171, 437, 587, 588 ; 

iii. 459, 502 ; iv. 46, 56, 57, 82, 

326, 334, 335, 338, 339, 361, 441, 

445, 535, 657, 740, 762. 
Knight, iv. 188, 390, 

394. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



129 



Forbes, Sir William, Baronet, iv. 362, 

363. 
William , son of William, Lord 

Forbes, iv. 534. 

of Ardgeith, iv. 762. 

of Ardmurdo, i. 166. 

of AnohanaRie, iv. 762. 

of Barnes, iv. 312, 514?, 

762, 769. 

of Bmntbill, iv. 769. 

of Chapelhill, iv. 769. 

of Clnny, iv. 762. 

of Corse, i. 167, 170, 

o99, 600, 601, 607 ; iii. 401 ; iv. 

364, 757, 762, 769. 
of Corsinda,i. 171, 58G, 

588, 635 ; iii. 467, 487, 488, 517 ; 

i?. 56, 58, 146, 147, 350. 
of Craigievar, i, 601 ; 

iv. 361, 364. 
Sir William, of Craigievar, i. 

51, 245, 597, 601 ; iii. 242, 401, 

406. 
William, of The Daach, i. 

437, 617. 
of Fetterbns, iv. 761, 

763. 
of Fingask, iii. 467, 

468. 

^.. of Hill Bray, iv. 762. 

of Keythmoir, ii. 261. 

of Kildrummy, i. 166, 

592. 
of Kinaldie, i. 363; ii. 

380, 381 ;' iii. 404 ; iv. 86, ) 13, 

122, 385, 388. 
Knight, i. 392, 

393, 556 ; iii. 141, 142, 143, 404, 

521. 



Forbes, Sir William, of Kinaldie and 

Pitsligo, iv. 390. 
William, of Leslie, i. 545 ; iii. 

396, 483. 

ofMelgon,iv. 105, 659. 

of Manie, iv. 360, 361, 

3tJ2. 

ofMonymusk,i.l84,185. 

Sir William, of Monymusk, i. 

584 ; iii. 249, 503, 504. 

William, of New, i. 618. 

ofPitsligo,i.437,533; 

iii 404, 467; iv. 659, 660, 661, 
662, 663. 

..;... Sir Wilh'am, of PitsUgo, i. 
436, 439, 610. 

William, of Polflig, iv. 146. 

Sir William, of Beras, Knight, 

iv. 413. 

William, of Sawok, i v. 761 . 

ofShettocksley,iii.217. 

of Tolmadis, iv. 137, 

141. 

of Tolquhon, i. 330, 

332,333, 353, 354, 855; iii. 17, 
18, 40, 41, 65, 66, 208, 375, 551, 
552 ; iv. 56, 58, 59, 498, 762. 

ofTowie, iii. 52, 105, 

276, 305, 423, 449, 510 ; iv. 216, 
217, 313, 314, 342, 343, 428, 429, 
438, 439, 440, 441, 738, 741. 

of Tallagony, iv. 762. 

Chaplain, iii. 222. 

Merchant, iv. 360. 

Minister at Fraser- 
burgh, ii. 392. 

Minister of Mortlach, 

iL 258. 

Notary, iv. 139. 

17 



^^^^H 130 INDEX ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^H Forbes, William, Provost of SutcCOelia 


ForeBtor. Nevi, ii. 140. ' 


^^^^^^H 


Thomiva, ofGiblestoune, iii.S-t, 


^^^^^^^H Reader lit Cnehaie, iv. 


Walterus, Caaonicns Aber- 


^^^^^^H 


donenais, ii. 140, 227. 


^^^^^^1 FordicD, GUbertna, 


Burgensis de Banff, iii. 


^^^^^^^^^H Foi'disB, Jacobos, de Bogtouti, iv. 131. 


43:".. 


^^^^^^H Willelmaa, 


William, Baillie of Fren- 


^^^^^^M Jolm or, 


drrraght. i. 525. 


^^^^^^^^^H Forea, Andreas de. Presbyter Moi-a. 


Foret, ilobertns, de oodera, iii. 399. 


^^^^^^H 


Forfar, Alexander, Priest, iii. 103. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Forest, Alexauder, 


WaltcruB de, IT. 85. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^H BectuT de Logymon- 


Forman, Sir Bobert, of Lathie, iii. 502. ^^^H 


^^^^^^h teroM, ui. 


Forrett, Thorn, of That Ilk, i. 314, ^^^B 


^^^^^^^1 Secrctarins, iii. 228. 


Forsjrth, Henriciia, PrabendariuB de 


^^^^^^m . ... Gilbert, 


Monjumak, iii. 443, 


^^^^^^V 


JohauneB,de Dykis, iii. 196, 


^^^^^^V Adam, i. 


19?. 


^^^^^^^^^B CDBtoBaigilliregis,ij.31. 


Eubertosde, iv. 34. 


^^^^^^^^^H Sir Alexander, of Comtor- 


Frater Willelmns, ii.237,23K 


^^^^^^H 


Fotheringham, Johannes, i. 515, oltl; 


^^^^^^H 


iii. 122. ; 


^^^^^H Monk of Liudores, iii. 


NicholaoB, i. 5113. 


^^^^^H 


PatriciuB. ii. 237, 36.3. 


^^^^^^^H Prrobytei- 


Thomas, de Powrr, iii. -511. 




514. 


^^^^^^^^^H David of Laweroklav, iv. 76. 


Fotin, St, i. 255, 256, 262. 


^^^^^^^^^H Sir Duncan, Skipynck, 


Foty, Johannes de, i. 423. 


^^^^^^H 


LanrencioB de, i. 423 i ii. 419; 


^^^^^^^^M Gilbei-t, aeo Brechin, Areb- 


iii. 43 ; iv, 72-2. I 


^^^^^^^^^H deacon 


Fonlis, James, iv. il7. 


^^^^^^^^^H JobanneH, Camerarias Jacob! 


of Colintoun, iii. 195, 


^^^^^^H 


349, 351, 360. 


^^^^^^^^^H de Corstorphin, Came- 


Nicholas, iv, 324. 


^^^^^^H 


Williara. Keeper of the Privy 


^^^^^^^^^H de Inbirtuau, Came- 


Seal, ii, 372; iii. 107, 365; iv. 


^^^^^^H ScQtite, Miles, 


117. 


^^^^^^^^^H Sir John, Chamberlain, 


Fowler. Willelmus do, onBtoB sigiUi ^1 


^^^^^H 382 


privati Jacobi I., i. 555, ^^^^H 


^^^^^B 


William, i. 573. ^^H 




^^^1 



INDEX OF PEBSONS. 



131 



Francigena, Walterus, i. 566. 

Franx, WiUelmus, iv. 583. 

Fraser, Lord, Alexander of Machalls, 

i. 637. 
Andrew, iv. 71, 126, 

127, 128, 129, 130. 

John, ii. 266. 

Fraser of Broadland, L 425. 

of Durris, i. 71, 110. 

of Inverallacbie, i. 110, 637 . 

of Memsie, i. 451. 

of MuchaUs, i. 238, 412,637. 

of Pitmurchie, i. 111. 

of Staniewood, i. 60 7. 

of Strechin, i. Ill, 409, 410. 

of Tyrie, i. 449. 

Alexander, i. 258, 259, 353, 

380,381, 894; ii. 328, 860; iii. 

527, 529, 530; iv. 92, 93, 95, 96, 

99, 122, 123, 125, 127, 134, 279, 

885, 611, 651. 
Sir Alexander, ii. 37, 340, 350, 

851,375; iv. 87, 113, 114, 642, 

760. 
Alexander, of Auchterdurris, 

iii 306, 307. 
of CInny, i. 280; ii. 

49. 
of Colly and Dnrris, 

Knight, iii. 362, 364, 365. 
Sir Alexander, of Cowie, i. 

470 ; ii. 352. 

of Durris, i. 52, 76 ; iii. 

284. 

Alexander, of Durris, i. 115, 

118, 282 ; ii. 61 ; iii. 361, 362, 
863, 365, 367, 586. 

Younger of Durris, iii. 

17, 18. 



Fraser, Sir Alexander, of Fraserburgh, 
iv. 121, 651, 653, 654, 676, 684. 

Alexander, of laverallochie, 

iv. 134. 

of Memsie, iv. 684. 

of Outlaw, iv. 635. 

of Perce w, i. 344. 

of Pettoulie, i. 115; 

iv. 101, 102, 103, 104, 649, 683. 

Sir Alexander, of Philorth, i. 

431, 432, 449, 524 ; ii. 328, 352, 
360, 391 ; iii. 298, 299, 304, 526, 
527,529, 530, 577, 578; iv. 87, 
88, 90, 91, 125, 373, 378, 650. 

Alexander, of Philorth, i. 19, 

289, 299, 380, 387, 431, 433, 
448, 484, 485, 540 ; ii. 366, 375, 
377, 378 ; iii. 72, 73, 307, 471 ; 
iv. 85, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 97, 
98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 113, 124, 
125, 128, 129, 212, 261, 577, 585, 
624, 635, 642, 645, 646, 647, 648, 
649, 650, 651, 652, 654, 657, 683, 
684, 685. 

Younger of Philorth, ii. 

392 ; iii. 304 ; iv. 120, 121, 176, 
651. 

' of Strathekyn, Knight, 

ii. 73. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 217. 

Chamberlain of Scot- 
land, i. 196 ; ii. 106 ; iii. 212, 
292, 293, 313, 316, 317, 546. 

Minister of Inveravon, 

ii. 294. 

Sheriff of Aberdeen, 

Knight, i. 317, 500 ; iu. 45, 
93. 



132 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Fraser, Alexander, Sheriff of Aberdeen, 

iv. 443. 
Sheriff-Clerk of Aber- 

deen, iii. 188. 
Andrew, i. 512 ; iv. 104, 121, 

127, 651, G76. 

of Kilmondi, iv. 657. 

of Staniewood, Kniglifc, 

iii. 157, 303, 335, 340, 448, 551. 
of Staniewood, i. 118, 

iii. 220, 221, 222 ; iv. 90, 92, 94, 

310. 

Archibald, iv. 95, 456. 

Charies, of Inverallochie, i. 

452. 

David, iv. 577. 

Dnncan, ii. 263. 

Edward, iv. 586, 587, 683. 

Francis, of Fiiidrock, ii. 5. 

of Kjnmnndie, ii. 445. 

George, iii. 129 ; iv. 92, 595. 

of Kjrktoun, iv. 579. 

Minister of Bocharm, 

ii. 276. 
Minister at Durris, i. 

226. 
Reader at Dilmaok, i. 

229. 

Gilbert, iv. 104. 

Herbert, iv. 90. 

Hngh, ii. 384. 

ofLovat, ii. 175; iv.90. 

James, i. 523 ; ii. 74, 251 ; iv. 

684. 
brother of Lord Sal- 

tonn, i 429. 

Knight, ii. 197, 198. 

ofFrendraught, i. 289, 

524,540; ii. 217; iii. 471. 



Fraser, James, of Memsie, i. 299 ; iii. 

304. 

of Tyrie, i. 450. 

The BaiUie, iii. 304. 

Notary, iv. 280. 

Johannes, Vicarius Pension- 

arins de Bathin, iv. 583. 
Vocatas Unicom, iv. 

3:;. 
John, i. 432, 433, 471, 512, 

513, 524, 628; ii. 170, 171, 172, 

355 ; iii. 195, 221, 304 ; iv. 92, 

96, 99, 101, 103, 104, 121, 122, 

577, 625. 

Junior, ii. 406. 

Dean of Bestalrig, ii. 

212, 316 ; iii. 213, 214. 
of Ardendracht, i. 380, 

381. 

of Ardglassie, iv. 93. 

of Co wie and Durris, ii. 

352. 
of Forglen, i. 289, 379, 

502, 513 ; iii. 93, 295 ; iv. 378. 
of Now Forrest, iv. 88, 

104. 
of Querrelbus, iv. 121, 

657, 676. 
of Westeressentoly, iii. 

355. 
Margareta, Domina de Arden- 
dracht et Auchleuchry, i. 382. 
Michael, of Staniewood, iv. 

762. 
Sir Patrick, of Durris, ii. 4, 

30. 

Robert, iv. 104*587. 

Minister at Kynnour, 

ii. 151. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



133 



Eraser, Simon, i. 340. 

Thomas, i. 404; iv. 125, 127, 

577, r.85, 586, 658. 

of Comtoun, i. 28U, 

512 ; iii. 266 ; iv. 198, 378. 
of Durris, iii. 129, 195. 

of Kirktonn, ir. 635. 

of Knokie, iv. 587. 

of Kinmondy, iii. 551. 

of Newforest, iii. 14. 

of Staniewood, i. 283, 

315 ; ii. 45, 360 ; iii. 14, 15, 33, 
52, 65, 78, 105, 193, 221, 257, 
276, 305, 315, 375, 384, 448, 449, 
450, 516, 519, 533, 533 ; iv. 40, 
95, 111, 469. 

of Strechin, i. 409 ; ii. 

391, 392, 393 ; iv. 587, 588, 686. 

Younger of Sfcrechin, ii. 

393. 

Walter, i. 573 ; iv. 647, 6^19, 

684. 

WiUiam, i. 512; ii. 45, 852, 

434 ; iii. 334, 335 ; iv. 92, 93, 94, 
104, 134, 140, 143, 587, 658, 732. 

Knight, iii. 355. 

of That Dk, iv. 644. 

of Brodland, i. 426. 

of Durris, iii. 301, 306. 

307, 361, 364, 367, 541, 586 ; iv. 
78. 

of Kirkton, iii. 304. 

of Newforest, iv. 125. 

of Petoulie, iv. 104. 

Sir WiUiam, of Philorth, i. 

314, 436 ; ii. 361, 362 ; iii. 14, 33, 
42, 52, 64, 70, 89, 91, 94, 105, 126, 
151, 170, 260, 276, 305, 315, 335, 
375, 383, 408, 418, 448, 449, 516, ' 



529, 530, 589, 590, 592 ; iv. 50, 
60, 85, 8G, 87, 95, 121, 123, 124, 
442. 
Fraser, William, of Philorth, ii. 351, 
354, 355, 356, 376, 377, 378, 37J», 
380, 381, 404 ; iii. 304, 364, 534, 
576, 577; iv. 113, 382, 643, 644. 

of Techmure, iv. 683, 

685. 

Notary, iv. 577, 583, 

635, 648. 
French, Alexander, i. 318. 
Frendraught, Domina de, Jon eta, iii. 
114, 589. 

Viscount of, James, i. 519 ; iii. 

592. 

Duncan, iv. 606. . 

Chevalier, ii. 321. 

Knight, i. 340, 523. 

Sir Henry, ii. 321. 

Henry, i. 524. 

Johannes, i. 523 ; ii. 322. 

Maloolmas, i. 523; ii. 321, 

322. 

Michael, ii. 191, 192, 322. 

Sir William, i. 521; ii. 321. 

Freskyn, Hugo, ii. 191, 192. 
Freskynns, Dominus de Duffus, iv. 74. 
Frenill, Henricus de, i. 548. 
Frost, Willelmns, ii. 45. 
FuUerton of Abemthven, i. 324. 

of Dudwick, i. 110, 307. 

David, i. 324. 

Galfridus de, i. 324. 

Colonel James, of Dudwick. 

iii. 49. 

John, i. 324. 

of Dudwick, i. 308. 

alias Udny, John, iii. 49. 





^^^^^^r INDEX OF PEKSONS. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Fallerton, Robert, 


Fjuif , James, JL 433. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Thomas, Notury, iv. 526. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^B FultoQu, DonaJdaa, Notarias, iv. 5&2. 


William, i. 113; ii. 433. ^^ 


^^^^^^^H Famoc, St., 


Fyrie, Gustos de, Albertinns, i. 195, 


^^^^^^^^^ Fathes, Alan 


197. 


^^^^^^^^^^ft Caaon of Murra.j, 


Johannes Sewir, i. 


^^^^^^^P 


198. 


^^^^^H 


Patricias de Firma- 


^^^^^^^H Forgusias de, iii. 11-2. 


torio, L 198. 


^^^^^H Johaanes, 


Prior oC AlbertioQH, iii. 546, 


^^^^^H U2 


547. 


^^^^^^^^^H de Bothybinbaae, 


Alexander Masson, ii. 


^^^^^^H 


209 ; iii. 649. 


^^^^^^^^1 Lanslotaa, ii. 328. 


James Heryng, iii. 


^^^^^^H 


549. 


^^^^^^H 


Sir John of Anders- 


^^^^^^H Fyfe, John, 514, 605 93, 334 ; 


touD, iii. 266. 


^^^^^^H 


John of St. Andrews, 


^^^^^^^^1 


i. 198 ; iii. 548. 


^^^^^^^^1 Provost of Aberdoen, 


Malcolm Bridy, i. 198. 


^^^^^H 256, 283 1 u. 327 


199,200; iii. S48. 


^^^^^H 


HenricnB de, ii. 326, ^^^fl 


^^^^^^^^^H Receiver of the Sing's 


John of, ir. 188. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Bents, i. 357, 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H BnrgesB of Aberileen, 


GiDEEAE, TaoMAB, Pareon of Mnrth- ^^^ 


^^^^^H 


lack, ii 252. 1 


^^^^^^^H Sir Patrick, Ticar of Aber- 


Gftlbraith, Bavid, W. 193. J 


^^^^^H 


Patrick, iv. 190, 201. ^^J 


^^^^^^H Frator Thomas 


Peter, Tfotary, iv. 48^ ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^f- Tliomas, of Essiotnl;, iii. 35(3, 


Oald, Andreas, Officiarins in Balwany, ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 


^^ 


^^^^^^^^^H Burgess of Aberdeen, 


Jacobns, ii. 261. 1 


^^^^^H 


Qalfridna, Capellanns. ii. 120, 302. J 


^^^^^^H FyngoBk, Joha 


Capellanns Uathei Bpiscopi ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^H Fynnj, Alesander, 


Abcrdonensis, i. 292. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


CapeUauns Willelmi Bpiscopi ^^H 


^^^^^^H BnrgeBs of Aberdeen, 


Sancti Andree, i. 176. .^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Frater Predicator, ii. 139. ^^^M 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



135 



Galichtiy, John, iv. 428. 
Gralloway, Bishop of, David Arnot, iii. 
110, 185. 

George Vaus, iii. 473. 

Henry, iii. 349. 

John Gordon, i. 305. 

Ninian, iii. 98, 327, 

522 ; iv. 69. 

Thomas Spence, i. 427, 

542 ; iii. 513 ; iv. 68, 77. 

Alexander, Chaplain of Colli- 

hill, iii. 370, 371, 372. 

Parson of Kinkell, i. 

126, 151, 156, 310, 563, 572, 573, 
655, 656 ; iii. 313, 352, 409, 443, 
564, 565 ; iv. 99. 

Goldsmith in Aberdeen, 

i. 411. 

Johannes, Commissarins Aber- 

donensis, iii. 490. 

PrebendariuB de Dam- 

maok, ii. 365. 

Presbyter, iii. 128. 

WiUiam, i, 655 ; iii. 409. 

Gallsych, Andrew, Parson of Slains, i. 

196 ; iii. 129, 54G. 
Galmock, Thomas, Mair of Kincardine, 

iii. 269. 
Gait, Allanas, Canonicus de Mouy- 
mnsk, iii 489, 490, 491, 492, 493, 
494, 495, 496. 
Gal terns, Capellanns, ii. 121. 

: Mathei Episcopi Aber- 

donensis, i. 154. 
Gamel, Ostiarius, iii. 5. 
Gamelns, Clericns, iv. 3. 
Garden of Banchory, i. 488. 

of Migstrath, i. 634 

of Troup, i. 398, 488, 489. 



Garden, Alexander, i. 282, 514. 

Dr. Alexander, of Charles* 

town, South Carolina, ii. 77. 

Alexander, of Troup, i. 99. 

Ministerof Birse, ii. 77. 

Portionarius de Lji- 

theris, iii. 563, 564, 565. 
Andreas, Clericns Depntatns 

de Inchis, iii. 402. 

ii. 365. 

David, ii. 264. 

de Kynansith, iii. S4. 

G^orgius, Portionarius de 

Durlatheris, iii. 567. 
Gilbert, Minister at Cullen, 

&c., i. 227. 
Johannes, i. 464; iii. 437; 

iv. 681. 
Canonicus Catanensis, 

ii. :>8. 

de Blakfurd, iii. 563. 

de Borowfeld, i. 345. 

de Durlatheris, iii. 33, 

64, 65, 78, 90, 103, 193, 260, 335, 

384, 385, 418, 437, 448, 533, 563, 

o89, 591, 592. 
' de Latheris, ii. 11 ; iv. 

50, 442. 

John, Notary, iii. 139. 

Patrick, of That Ilk, i. 347 : 

iii. 511. 

Robert, of Folay, iii . 557. 

Thomas, i. 484. 

of Badwhase, i. 344. 

Commissary Clerk of 

Aberdeen, i. 355. 
Gardenar, Alexander, Judicator curiae 

vicecomitis de Aberdeen, i. 283. 
John, iv. 474. 



13G 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



( jardenar, John, Chaplain, iv. 740. 

Notary, iii. 497. 

Nicholas, iy. 367. 

(jardropa, John de, i. 232, 455. 
Oargil, Bernardns, Vicarins de Banff, 

ii. 127. 
Gramecolh*, Simon de^ i. 624. 
Garioch, Earl of, David, see Hunting- 
don, Earl of. 
Thomas Stewart, iv. 

208. 

of Kinstair, i. 88. 

Alexander, of Kirktonn of 

Bathelnie, iv. 147. 
Minister at Cnshnie, 

iv. 137, 687. 
Reader at Bathelnie, 

i. 229. 
Reader at Monycabok, 

i. 230. 
Andreas de, i. 47 ; ii. 73 ; iv. 

716, 717. 

Miles, iv. 752. 

Canonicus Aberdonen- 

sis, i. 196 ; iii. 546. 
de Caskieben, ii. 36, 

37 ; iii. 552 ; iv. 159, 374. 

David, i. 573. 

Greorge, iv. 146. 

of Little Endovie, iv. 

141. 

Portioner of Kinstair, 

iv. 137, 139. 
Sir James, i. 196 ; ii. 36 ; iii. 

224, 546 ; iv. 310. 

. James, iv. 142. 

ofKilstair, iv. 56, 58, 

59, 146, 350. 
John, i. 382; ii. 45. 



Qtirioch, John, Vicar of Kemnay, iii. 
480, 481. 

Peter, iv. 146, 686. 

William, i 573 ; iv. 139. 

X46. 

of Kilstair, iv. 142, 769. 

of Tillichetlie, iv. 137, 

141, 146. 

Bargess of Aberdeen, i. 

582. 
Garro, Brabnar, ii. 26V. 
Garroche, Donald, iv. 474, 475. 
Gurrow, David, iv. 474, 475. 
Gartliyne, Johannes de, /iominas ejns- 

dem, iv. 118. 
Gartnait Mac Canneoh, iv. 548. 
Garrvns, Alexander, iv. 335. 
Gaufridus, Clericos ^fathei Episcopi 
Aberdonensis, ii. 17, 20. 

Dapifer, iii. 5. 

Graw, Andreas, ii. 261. 
Gawoot, Peter, i. 318. 
Geafle, Gervas de, i. 176. 
Geddes, Dr. Alexander, ii. 143. 

George, of Anchinhniff, iv. 

471, 782. 

Dr. John, i. 204. 

Mathens de, Rector Eoclesise 

Beat83 MarisB de Foresta, ii. 376. 
GeUie of Blackford, i. 507. 
Gentilman, William, i. 382. 
G^rach, Willelmus, iv. 334. 
Gerard of Walkerhill, i. 111. 

Alexander, Reader at Dil- 

maok, i. 229. 

Thomas, ii. 433. 

Germanns Eilins Leving, Burgensis 

Sancti Andree, ii. 72. 
Gerrancht, William, of Can8tair,iv. 762. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



137 



Grervasias, Serviens Andree Episcopi 

Moraviensis, ii. 280. 
G^rwess, G^eorgins, iii. 346. 
Ghgillecomded Mac Aed, iv. 550. 
Gibb, Frater Alexander, iii. 251. 

John, of Eanmonth, iii. 87. 

William, iv. 483. 

Gibson, Alexander, Clerk of Session, 
iv. 749. 

James, i. 389, 390; iv. 130. 

John, i. 303 ; iii. 240 ; iv. 131. 

Chaplain of Murray, ii. 

187. 

Parson of Unthank, ii. 

181, 188, 251. 

Notary, ii. 250 ; iv. 109. 

Gifibrd, Alexander, Dean of Danbar, n. 
144, 145. 

Andrew, i. 381 ; iL 379, 381 ; 

iv. 389. 

Hugo, ii. 16, 20 ; i v. 691, 692. 

James, i. 516. • 

of Schirefhall, i. 524. 

William, ii. 19, 20; iv. 691. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 585. 
Gilandre, Sacerdos, ii. 16. 
Gilbertus, Comes, i. 496 ; ii. 129, 233. 

Filius Boselini, i. 154. 

Capellanus, ii. 170. 

Gilbride, Filius Lamund, i. 408. 
GKlchrist, John, Minister of Boharm, 
ii. 276. 

Minister of Keith, ii. 

243. 
Gild, Jacobus, iv. 506. 
Gilebrand, Lawrencius, Miles, i. 538, 
549; ii 10; iv. 156, 159, 374, 
716, 723, 752. 



Gilebrand, Lawrencius, i. 288. 

Gilgour, Johannes, Presbyter, iii. 

524. 

GUle-Calline, Priest, iv. 548. 

GKllecolaim Mac Muredig, iv. 548. 

Gillecrist Mac Cormaic, iv. 548. 

Son of Fingune, iv. 548. 

Filius Gillekucongal, iv. 694. 

Gillemor, Scolgo de Tarualont, ii. 18, 

19. 

Vicarius de Butharry, ii. 157, 

187. 

Gillendrias Mac Matni, iv. 550. 

Gillespie, Crisfcianus, iv. 347. 

Duncanus, iv. 348. 

Johannes, Vicarius de Alford, 

iv. 536. 

Richard, i. 382 ; ii. 44, 45. 

Gilli-Petair Mac Donnchaid, iv. 549. 

Gillmache, Johannes, ii. 262. 

Gilquhame, Morgund, de Tempillande 

de Kilbethok. ii. 12. 

Gilquhome, Morgundus, iv. 74<J. 

GKlquhomson, Mom, iv. 474, 475. 

Giroch, Jacobus, de Kinstair, iv. 384. 

335. 

Glammis, Lord, Alexander, iv. 403, 

405, 406. 

George, ii. 338 ; iii. 

336. 

John, i. 114, 396; ii. 

316, 338, 357 ; iii. 51, 154, 164, 

213, 335, 336, 358, 398, 515 ; iv. 

410, 417. 

Patrick, i. 234, 381, 

542, 606 ; ii. 401 ; iii. 8, 121, 324, 

424 ; iv. 89, 119, 397, 398. 

Master of, Thomas Lyon, iiL 

640. 

18 



138 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Glasgow, Archbishop of, Gravin Dun- 
bar, ii. 229 ; iii. 349. 
..... James Bethnne, iii. 55, 

81, 185; iv. 223, 574. 
Dr. John Paterson, i. 

305, 306. 
Robert Blacader, i. 443 ; 

iii. 51, 164. 165, 213, 275, 357, 

•598 ; iv. 215. 
Archdeacon of, Alexander 

Dick, i.210. 
John Arou8,iii. 98, 413, 

472 ; iv. 69, 77, 78, 119. 

Robert, i. 174. 

Bishop of, Andrew Muirhead, 

i. 284 ; ii. 315 ; iii. 18C, 232, 417 ; 

iv. 63. 
John Cameron, ii. 372 ; 

iii. 167, 267, 365; iv. 117, 159, 

178, 185,193,391,392. 
lifting, i- 608 ; iii. 

114, 314, 347, 511, 522, 528,579 ; 

iv. 63, 106, 214, 356. 
Matthew Glendoning, 

i. 499 ; ii. 31, 99 ; iii. 165, 296, 

297 ; iv. 164, 319. 
Wishart, iv. 

601, 602, 604, 609. 

W., i. 257, 337. 

Walter Wardlaw, i. 

540. 
William de Bonding- 
ton, ii. 56, 57. 
Lauder, iii. 96, 

370. 
TumbuU, iii. 

403, 413 ; iv. 119, 196, 200, 201. 
Dean of, James Lindsay, iii. 

146, 148. 



Glasgow, Dean of, Richard Muirhead, i. 
263, 504; ii. 355; iii. 52, 69, 
164, 165, 213, 220, 358, 398 ; iv. 
490. 

Thomas WauB, i. 427, 

542, 606 ; iv. 77. 
Glass, Greorge, iv. 513. 

John, iii. 298. 

William, iv. 513, 516. 

Glaster, Alexander, of Glak, ii. 223, 
224 ; iii. 435, 436, 437, 462, 463, 
464 

Andreas, iii. 317; iv. 342. 

de Glak, i. 282, 514; 

iii. 460, 461,464; iv. 330. 

Murdacus, de Glak, ii. 163, 

223. 

de Lumgeir et Glak, 

iii. 460, 461, 464. 
Glaswrycht, Thomas, ii. 199. 
Glayeoestre, Murdacus de, iv. 728. 
GledstAnis, Willelmus, iii. 457. 
Glen, Johannes, de Inchmartjn, Miles, 
iv. 179, 180. 

Robert, i. 251. 

Glenbachlet, Adam de, ii. 313. 
Glencaim, Comes de, Willelmus, iii 

86. 
Glendonwyne, Adam de, iv. 727. 

Simon de, iv. 160. 

Glenlivet, Lord, Charles, i 634. 
Glenluce, Abbot of, Walter, iv. 7, 14, 

16, 18. 
Glenmalwyn, Johannes, Burgensis de 

Aberdeen, ii. 328. 
Glenning, John, i. 573. 
Gk)ak, Andrew, u. 433. 
Gk>blauch, Matheus dictus, iii. 417. 
I Godisman, John, ii. 432 ; iv. 471, 782. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



139 



Goffin, Johannes, de Maisoncello, iv. 

370. 
Golin, Willelmns de, i. 565. 

ClericusWillelmiEpis- 

Gopi Sancti Andree, i. 257. 
GoodaU, Walter, ii. 108. 
Gordon, Doke of^ Alexander, ii. 272. 

Cosmo George, ii. 272. 

George, ii. 272; iii. 

505. . 
Lord, Alexander, i. 321, 456 ; 

ii. 308, 309 ; iii. 68 ; iv. 208, 474. 
Seton, i. 16; 

ii. 161, 162, 270, 378, 379; iii. 

317, 351, 517, 521, 577; iv. 125. 
George, i. 38, 348, 

587 ; ii. 48, 181 ; iii. 68, 550, 551 ; 

iv. 403, 404, 405, 406, 419, 527. 

John, ii. 265, 266. 

Gordon of Abergeldie, L 36, 78, 110, 

640, 641 ; ii. 85. 

of Aberlonr, ii. 290. 

of Ardmelie, i. 265. 

of Anchlyn, i. 110. 

of Badenscath, i. 110, 507. 

of Balbithan, i. 110. 

of Baldornie, i. 615; ii. 185. 

of Barak, i 406. 

of Barnes, i. 550. 

of Brachlie, i. 640. 

of Backie, i. 648. 

of Burihlaw, i. 366. 

ofByth, i. 110. 

of Cairnburrow, i 530; ii. 

184. 

of Camnsie, i. 510. 

ofCluny, i. 71, 532, 637; ii. 

75. 
of Clystirim, i. 648. 



Gordon of Cocklerachie, i. 110, 475. 

of Co wbardy, ii. 32 1 . 

of Craigellie, i. 110. 

of Cults, i. 623. 

of Dalpersie, i. 628. 

of Dunlngns, i. 510. 

of Edinglassie, i. 510. 

ofEnon,i. 110. 

of Faskine, ii. 290. 

ofFechil, i. 362. 

of Fy vie, i. 496. 

of Gight, L 110, 285, 493, 494, 

495. 

of Glenbucket, i. 613. 

of Glengerack, ii. 243. 

of Haddo, L 71. 

of Inverebrey, i. 322. 

of Kinmnndy, L 412. 

of Law, i. 111. 

of Lesmore, i. 71, 111, 333. 

of Letterfurie, i. 648. 

of Log^e, i. 425. 

, . , of Nethermuir, i. 406. 

... of Newbigging, i. 620. 

... of Newtoun, i. 556, 557. 

... of Newtyle, i. 111. 

... of Park, ii. 108. 

... of Pitlnrg, i. 237. 

... of Benneshill, i. 1 1 1 . 

... of Rothiemay, i. 507. 

... of Rothney, i. 551, 554, 55G. 

. . . of Sheelagreen,i. Ill, 556, 557. 

... of Strathawin, i. 437. 

... ofTechmnrie, i. Ill, 433. 

... of Wardes, i. 554. 

... Adam, i. 16 ; ii. 159, 161, 168, 

250, 251, 270. 

see Murray, Precentor 

of. 



....•• 



^^V UO INDEX OF FEESONS. ^^^^^H 


^^^H Onnlnn. Adam. Hon of neorce. Earl 


QordoD, Alexander, of Merdnun, iv. 1 


^^^H of HodUv. 


316. 


^^^^ Sir Adam. ii. IKti. '27U. 


ofMidmar.Knighi^iv. 


^^^^^^^^^H ot AarthlndowQ. 1. 


02. 


^^^^^^^1 


ii. 28, 29, 221; m. 


^^^^^^^^^^H Adam, af ADRhindown. 


242, 243, 299, 300 ; iv. 35. 


^^^^^^^m 


ofMildare,U.248,249. 


^^^^^^H ot'(ileabacket.iii.42;{. 


of Overboddoin, iii. 


^^^^^^^^1 Sir 


408. 


^^^^^^H 


of OihiL, iv. ?g2. 


^^^^^^^^1 ... Adam. J'sTBan ol iLmkell. 


of Perfllie. ii. 251 ! iv. 


^^^^^^M ■ 4HI) 


530. 


^^^^^^H Notary, iv. 230. 


of Strathdoun, i. 628 ; 


^^^^^^^1 Dr. 


ii. 181, 295; iii. 85, 116, 487 ; iv. 


^^^^^^^1 (fi^nnml AiitTnndnr. 


480, 482, 537, 657. 


^^^^^^1 


Advocate, iv. 570. 


^^^^^^M A1(.TanHf<r. ;. ^^: ii. 


MiniBter of Inveravon, 


^^^^^H - '-17 AKR 


iL294. 


^^^^^^B 


MiniBtep ftt Kirt. ^^ 


^^^^^^^^^^1 see Atwrdeen. iJiehoTi 


michael. ii. 1.51. 307. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


Arthur, ii. 184; iv. 568. ^^1 


^^^^^^^^B see Mmrav. J^recentor 


UbarleB. iv. 570. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


of Brano. iii. 474. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


ofBathlAW. i.413. ^^M 


^^^^^^ of HalHomin. iv. H4«. 


UuDcan, iv. 561. ^^1 


^^^^^^1 ofBIeIock.iv.2M.273. 


Elizabeth, heireseof, i. 151; 


^^^^^^^m nf HodHnm. 


ii. 270, 271. 


^^^^^^^1 ofiJrodlaDdJB. ii. Util. 


Francis, of Craig, iv. 315, 




316. 


^^^^^^^1 


of KirkhiU, iv. 535. 


^^^^^^^^M . . nf Unnlonfje. u. HOri : 




^^^^^^ 


drancht, iv. 560. 


^^^^^^^B of KsnnertT. iii. Ha. 


George, i. 119, 382,617; ii. 


^^^^^K 7H VM M.V. AJ.U 


214, 221,333; iii. 197; iv. 348, 


^^^^^^H A4a. 


349, 457, 472, 552, 563, 568. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^^1 of Kinmnndie. 1. 41^. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^1 of Knockmblenis, iv. 


of Abermtlclio. iii. 10.'>. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 ot Ijogie, 1. 4i:t). 


of Auchmenzie, 1 592. ^^H 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



141 



Gordon, (Jeorge, of Baldomie, i. 599 ; 

ii. 260, 262, 267. 
of Blairdynnie, iv. 

490. 

of Boddom, iii. 409. 

of Cairnborow, ii. 366. 

of Coclarachie, iv. 349. 

Sir George, of Edinglassie, ii. 

182, 260. 
of Gigbt, iii. 71, 

76. 
George, of Gight, ii. 168 ; iii 

71, 76 ; iv. 768. 

of Glengerach, iL 242. 

of Midmar, i. 314. 

•«. of QuisDj, iv. 336. 

of SchiveB, Knight, iii. 

550, 551. 
iv. 99, 234, 

552. 

of C^orbach, ii. 184. 

of Terperse, iv. 254, 

273, 584, 538. 

ofTillacliaadie,iv.316. 

son of George, Earl of 

Huntly, iii. 71, 72. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 254. 
Constable of Baidye- 

nocht, ii. 225, 251. 
Minister of Boharm, ii. 

276. 
Poriioner of Kin- 

drocht, iv. 688. 
BeaderatDromdelgie, 

ii. 152. 

Hugh, iv. 568. 

of Cnltis, iv. 513, 516. 

of Kirkhill, iv. 635. 



Gordon, Hugh, of Smythstonne, iv. 515, 

Ingram, ii. 228. 

Dr. James, iv. 567. 

James, i. 116 ; ii. 261 ; iv. 63, 

462, 471, 494, 533, 561, 570, 782. 
son of G^eorge, Earl of 

Hnntly, iii. 69. 

see Murray, Chancellor 

of. 

of Abergeldie, iii. 222 ; 

iv. 477, 782. 

of Ardmeallie, iv. 81. 

of Anchmoll, iv. 57, 

58, 465, 466. 

/ of Anchmyling, iv. 39, 

560. 

of Cambarrow, iii. 70. 

of Colqnhildstane, iii. 

35, 244. 

of Colqnhondistane, i. 

116; ii. 366; iv. 482. 

of Craigtollie, iv. 530. 

of Dunmoyis, iv. 540. 

ofEDon, i308. 

Younger of Fechil, i. 

362. 

of Fermaghtie, ii. 184. 

of Haddoche, iv. 480. 

of Haldo, iii. 20. 

of Knokaspak, iv. 499, 

500. 
of Lesmoir, iv. 530, 

531, 538, 539. 

of liunmay, iv. 540. 

of Medlok, iv. 346. 

of Methlick, ii 366; 

iii. 35, 277, 279. 
Sir James, of Park, ii. 96, 107, 

184. 



. .... 



... •. 



142 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Gordou, James, of Techmurie, i. * 
434. 

of Tulliangus, ii 181; 

iv. 494, 495. 

.. Canou of Aberdeen, ill. 

227, 229. 

Jesuit Priest, ii. 177. 

Minister of Bellie, ii. 

2G9. 
Parson of Banchory- 

Devenick, i. 264. 
Parson of Bothiemaj, 

i. 433 ; ii 226 ; iv. 568. 
Prebendary of Ban- 
chory, iiL 354. 
Prebendary of Lun- 

may, iii. 354, 381. 
Prebendary of Rhynie, 

ii. 150, 179. 
Dr. James, Roman Catholic 

Bishop, ii. 268. 
John, ii. 149, 159, 160, 228, 

248, 249, 261, 379, 433 ; iii. 70, 

197; iv. 101, 335, 336, 339, 516, 

533, 540, 562, 569. 
see Gralloway, Bishop 

of. 
Knight, iv. 162, 378, 

494. 
of That Ilk, Knight, ii. 

379; iii 471. 
i. 540; iv. 563, 

564. 

of Ardacht, ii. 251. 

Portioner of Auchin- 

staynk, iv. 462. 
of Auchleuchry, ii. 224 

393, 394 ; iii. 436, 437 ; iv. 63, 64, 

471, 782. 



Gordon, John, of Avachie, iL 171, 172. 

of Bimko, iv. 533. 

of Botarie, i. 436, 618. 

of Braco, iii. 474. 

of Buckie, iv. 348. 

of Camburrow, iL 184, 

188, 259. 
Apparent of Cairn- 
burrow, iv. 775. 
Fiar of Caimburrow, 

iv. 450. 

of Coldwells, i. 305. 

of the Craig of Auch- 

indoir, iv. 254, 273. 
elder of Craig, iv. 

459. 

of Craigullie, ii. 188. 

of Cushnie, iv. 333, 

347. 

of Fechil, iv. 567. 

of Finlater, iv. 527. 

ofGlascofore8t,iiL188. 

of Glenbucket, iv. 500. 

Sir John, of Haddo, i. 324. 

325, 326, 327, 328. 
John, of Haddo, iv. 471, 472, 

782. 

of HaUhead, iv. 337. 

of Kennertie, iii. 349, 

350. 
of Knockespack^ iv. 

600, 533. 
of Lochinvar, Knight, 

IV. /6/. 
of Lumgair, i. 290 ; ii. 

223, 250, 252, 366 ; iii. 70, 464, 

521, 524, 553 ; iv. 37, 38, 39, 83, 

122, 559, 560. 
of Mamewlach, iii. 207. 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



143 



Grordon, John, of Nethermair, i. 407. 

of Ogilvy and Finlater, 

ii. 267. 
of Overboddom, iii. 

4oa 

of Petger, ii. 367. 

of Pettemarcns, iii 

512 ; iv. 38, 63. 
Sir John, of Pitlurg, ii. 186 ; 

iii. 196, 197, 280 ; iv. 564, 567. 
John, of Pitlurg, iii. 35, 157, 

196; iv. 561, 562, 563, 564, 566, 

677, 766. 

of Potare, iii. 116. 

of Rothiemay, i. 519 ; 

ii. 173. 
Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

ii. 250 ; iii. 197 ; iv. 562, 565. 

Notary, iv. 560, 561. 

Parish Clerk of Mort- 

lach, ii. 262. 
Preacher at Elgin, i. 

64. 
Presbyter of Murray, 

iv. 482. 
Vicar of Keith, ii. 225, 

243, 250, 251, 252. 
Vicar of Philorth, iv. 

96. 
Vicar of Stirling, i. 

518 ; iii. 560. 
Leslie, Portioner of Wartle, 

i. 119. 

Dr. Le^is, iv. 569. 

Mr., Literarum Orientalium 

Professor, i 236. 
Mr., Minister of Alford, i. 536, 

546, 550, 555, 559, 564, 571, 574. 
Olipher, iv. 514. 



Gbrdon, Patrick, i. 116 ; ii. 429 ; iv. 

454, 455, 456, 489, 515, 569, 763, 

766, 768. 
of Auchindoun, Knight, 

ii. 295 ; iii. 157 ; iv. 7^7, 769. 
of Auchmanye, iv. 488, 

496. 

of Badenscoth, iv. 535. 

of Craigston, ii. 184. 

of Haddo, i. 321 ; iii. 

551, 554 ; iv. 63. 

ofHallhead, iv. 337. 

of Johnsleys, iv. 455, 

456. 
of Elinoragie, iv. 513, 

515, 516. 
of Kirkhill, iv. 513, 

516. 
of Little Johnsleys, iii. 

407, 408. 
of Methlick, i. 321, 

322 ; ii. 328 ; iii. 14, 52, 53, 70, 

102, 103, 420, 473, 530. 
Minister of Bellie; ii. 

269. 

Peter, of Ardmellie, ii. 426. 

Richard, ii. 261. 

Robert, ii. 317 ; iv. 101, 754, 

755. 
see Murray, Chancellor 

of. 
of Fetterletter, i. 592 ; 

ii. 333 ; iii. 259. 

of Gollachie, ii. 184. 

of Halheid, iii. 35. 

of Pitlurg, i. 237 ; ii. 

261 ; iv. 39, 567, 569. 
of Pitlurg and Stra- 

loch, i. 412, 433. 



144 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



GrordoD, Bobert, of Udauch, iii. 510 ; 

iv. 63. 
of Uthaw, i. 315; ii. 

328, 332 ; iii. 14, 257, 408, 

554. 

Roger, i. 16. 

Tarn, of Bivan, ii. 186. 

Thomas, ii. 228, 270, 379, 

433 ; iv. 183, 471, 498, 540, 570, 

657, 782. 

of Aitloch, ii. 184. 

of Boddom, iii. 409. 

of BrarodachandKen- 

nertie, iiL 347. 
of Craig Elie, i. 

of Cluny, EInight, iv. 

of Dilspro, iii. 209. 

of Kennertie, i. 119, 

321 ; iiL 303, 348, 349, 350, 351 ; 
iv. 92. 

of Sedyden, iii. 280. 

Walter, of WesthaU, iii. 188 ; 

iv. 495. 

William, ii. 242, 262, 295, 

307 ; iii. 85 ; iv. 349, 454, 455, 
457, 516, 531, 535, 538, 539, 563, 
567, 569, 577. 

see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

see Caithness, Trea- 
surer of. 

see Murray, Chancellor 

of. 

of Acsindendonald, iii. 

5ia 

of Auchindoir, iv. 344, 

456, 457, 776. 



Gt>rdon, William, of Badenscoth,i.508. 
of Balquhynochie, iii. 

159. 

of Craig, iv. 494 

of the Craig of Auchin- 
doir, i. 635. 

of Fochabers, iv. 499. 

of Gight, ii. 271. 

younger of Knokespok, 

iv. 147. 
Sir Wniiam, of Lesmore, ii. 

177, 260. 

William, of Lesmore, iv. 318. 

of Little Johnsleys, iii. 

407. 
of Netherdale, iv. 477, 

782. 
of Schives, iii. 14, 64, 

68, 69, 71, 89, 151, 224, 340. 551, 

558, 590 ; iv. 50. 
of Tarparsie, iL 251 ; 

iv. 316, 317, 513, 514, 515. 
Apparentof Tulliangus, 

iv. 494. 

Notary, iv. 482. 

Parish Cierk of Tuly- 

nestyn, i. 628. 
Pkurson of Duthell, iv. 

234. 
(Jorlaw, Thomas, Notary, iii. 271. * * 
Grourlay, Alexander, Capellanus Qlb '-. 

Newburgh, iiL 99, 100. •■ 

Growen, Lawrencius de, iv. 160i * - 
Goyd, Patrie, ii. 434. • . 

Graham, Lord, Patrick, L 427, 542; - 

ii. 401 ; iiL 98, 327, 472 ; iv. 69, ' 

77, 78, 80. 
William, ii. 162; iiL 

96. 



. « 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



145 



Graham of Morphie, i. 166. 

Alexander, ii. 361; iv. 209, 

396, 437. 

son of William, Earl of 

Montrose, iiL 249, 250, 251. 

Notary, iiL 326. 

GUbert, Knight, i. 274; u. 

372. 

John, iv. ^7, 

Patrick, Knight^ iii. 93; iv. 

164. 

Peter, of Scatterty, iiL 525, 

526. 

Robert, L 282. 

of Inchmauchy, L 393. 

Sir Bobert, of Morphie, 

Knight, L 285 ; iii. 337. 

Thomas, of Scatterty, ii. 360 ; 

iiL 527, 529. 

Sir William, iii. 201, 231 ; iv. 

173. 

WiUiam, ii. 107. 

Knight, iv. 452. 

of Kincardine, Knight, 

ii.36. 

of Kincardine, iv. 174. 

Grange, Lord, L 402. 
Grant of Ancholzie, i. 640. 

" of Ballindalloch, L 532; ii. 

*■ 294. 

of Crichie, L 494. 

/■ * «•.... of Cullon, i. 71. 

, ^ / :,J... V of Dnnlugies, i. 482. 

, .rr. . .*' of Easter Elchies, ii. 290. 

'/. of Glenmorriston, ii. 291. 

of Grantfield, L 110. 

of Monymnsk, L 111. 

Alexander, ii. 290, 291. 

ofAlachie,ii. 289. 



Gnmt, Alexander, of Arntallie, ii. 

278. 

of Ellachie, ii. 260. 

Allan, iv. 333. 

Sir Archibald, i. 585, 586. 

Archibald, of BeUintom, ii. 

278. 
Charles, of Ringomm, ii. 

291. 

Donald, of Grant, L 530. 

Sir Francis, Lord Collen, L 

585, 586. 
George, Minister of Boharm, 

iL 276. 
Minister of Kirkmichael, 

ii. 307. 

Captain James, ii. 291. 

Sir James, iL 278. 

James, iL 291, 307. 

of Ballindalloch, ii. 

294. 

' of Carron, ii. 290. 

of Delvers, ii. 298. 

of Desk, iL 295. 

of Fruychie, iL 290, 

291, 295. 
Sir James, of Grant, ii. 260, 

306, 307. 
James, Minister of Inveravon, 

ii. 294. 

John, ii. 290. 433. 

Eaiight, ii. 10 ; iv. 159, 

160. 

of Amtnllie, ii. 278. 

of Ballindalloch, L 118 ; 

ii. 295. 

of Carron, iL 291. 

Cnlcabok, ii. 291. 

of Fmchy, ii. 308, 309. 

19 



14G 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Grant, John Roy, of Carron, iv. 

762. 

Lewis, of Auchterblair, ii. 291 . 

Sir Ludovick, ii. 278, 290. 

Ludovick, ii. 29G. 

Patrick, ii 297 ; iv. 477, 

50(5. 

of Dalwey, ii. 295. 

Peter, Minister of Kirk- 

micbael, ii. 307. 
Robert, Reader at Bellie, ii. 

152. 

Thomas, iii. 428. 

of Arntullie, ii. 278. 

OflScial of Murray, ii. 

213. 
William, Lord Justice Clerk, 

i. 586. 

of Ballindalloch, ii. 

294. 
Grantnly, Johannes, Rector de Glass, 
iv. 70. 

Patricius, Rector dc Glass, iii. 

34,68. 

Simon de, ii. 283. 

Willelmus, Vicarius de Deer, 

iv. 46. 
Gray, Lord, Andrew, i. 285, 321, 504 ; 

ii. 211, 347, 362; iii. 51, 79, 81, 

136, 137, 13S, 161, 213, 220, 225, 

357, 358, 403, 413, 473, 507, 515; 

iv. 36, 47, 134, 223, 224, 443, 404, 

490. 

of Schivcs, i. 320,334. 

Alexander, i. 185. 

ofllilton, iii. 41, 42. 

of Scbives, iii. 70, 71. 

Burjji^ss of Aberdeen. 

i. 18a ; iii. 216, 568. 



Gray, Alexander, Reader at Forbes, i. 

229. 

Sir Andrew, iii. 136, 137. 

Andrew, of Foolis, iv. 341, 

396, 397, 398. 
of the Muretonn, iii. 

136. 

of Schives, i. 321, 334; 

111. ^1. 

Greorge, iv. 64. 

Gilbert, Principal of Marischal 

College, i. 61, 62. 
of Schives, iL 364; iii. 

James, iv. 354. 

of Schives, iii. 71. 

John, iL 432; iii. 403: iv. 

65. 

Keeper of the Great 

Seal, iii. 296, 297. 

Notary, iv. 39, 560. 

Sir Patrick, iv. 381, 467. 

Patrick, iv. 118, 398, 399. 

son of Andrew, Lord 

Gray, iiL 136, 137. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 

Robert, iii. 346. 

Thomas, Prior of Franciscan 

Monastery at Aberdeen, i. 2*X). 
1. 455 ; ii. 364, 365; iii. 

OH ; IV. 2b/. 

of Schives, iii. 421. 

Reader at Kenmay, i. 

230. 

William, ii. 262 ; iii 59. 

of Audyale, iv. 64. 

of Kindrocht, iL 393, 

394 ; iv. 63. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



147 



Greg, JobD, Header at Ellon, i. 229. 
Gregory, King of Scots, i. 23, 553, 
555. 

Alexander, ii. 367. 

Charles, i. 55. 

Dr. David, L 55,189. 

David, of Eannairdie, ii. 

189. 

James, i. 39, 55. 

John, iii. 46. 

Parson of Drumoak, i. 

55 ; ii. 189. 
Green, Alexander, ii. 289. 
Greenlaw, Gilbert, see Aberdeen, 
Bishop of. 

Sir John, i. 318. 

Greif, David, iii. 347. 
Grene, Donald, iv. 488, 

Hago, ii. 284. 

Robert, iv. 488. 

Grethened, Waltems, Borgensis de 

Aberdeen, i. 318, 319. 
Gmmansone, John, i. 617 ; iv. 472, 

473. 
Gnindestonn, David, ii. 317. 
Gmngare, John, iv. 474. 
Gnido, Marescaldus, iii. 5. 
GnUd, Dr. William, i. 264, 480. 
Goinoth, St., i. 186. 
Gun, John, ii. 70. 
Ganeby, Simon de, ii. 280. 
Gannar, David, iv. 104. 
Gnnne, Sir William, iii. 285. 
Gunner, David, Vicecomes Deputatns 

de Aberdeen, iii. 35. 
Gnrla, Alexander, Capellanns, i. 365. 
Gurlay, Willelmus, Miles, iv. 699. 
Gnrmnnd, Adam, ii. 304. 

Elnight, ii. 156. 



Gnssait, Johannes, iv. 347. 
Guthrie of King-Edward, i. 412. 

of Ludquham, i. 412. 

Alexander, iii. 82. 

of That Ilk, Knight, 

ii 45. 
of That Ilk, i. 515; iii. 

139. 
of Grandon, iii. 178; 

iv. 367. 
alias Falkland, Vice- 
comes Deputatus de Aberdeen, ii. 

358, 359. 
Andrew, Brcader at Keith, ii; 

151. 

Archibald, ii. 267. 

David, of That Ilk, ii. 315; 

iii. 232, 417 ; iv. 593. 

of Essy, iii. 514. 

of Hyltoune, iiL 516. 

of Kincaldrum, i. 347; 

iii. 180, 241, 273. 
Parson of Aberdour, i. 

443. 
Gilbert, Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 216. 

James, i. 347. 

of Pitforthie, iv. 354. 

Johannes, Clericus Sancti 

Andree, iii. 333. 

John, of Essy, iii. 514. 

Sir John, of Ludquham, L 

413. 

John, Notary, iii. 33. 

Dean Richard, see Aberbro- 

thock, Abbot of. 

William, iv. 590. 

of Kynblaithmonty i. 

516. 



148 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Gatbnide, Johannes, iiL 356. 
Guthjn, Johannes, Presbyter Sancti 

Andree, L 347, 340. 
Gylpjn, GeoTgins, iv. 107, 109. 
GjBebom, Frater Henricos de, ii. 247. 

liADDiXQTON, Countesg of, Margaret, 
iiL 553. 

Earl of, Charles, iv. 337. 

Thomas, i. 570. 

Andreas, Canoniens de Scona, 

iii. 271. 

John of, iv. 190, 191, 207, 

399. 
Chaplain of St. An- 
drews, i. 395. 

Willelmus, Canonicus de 

Scona, iii. 271. 
Haggis, Johannes, ii. 250. 
Hailes, Lord, Patrick, i. 285 ; ii. 343 ; 

iii. 514; iv. 68, 77. 
Haius, Johannes, Societads Jesn socio s, 

i. 461, 462. 
Haket, Robertns, iv. 591 . 

Willelmus, iii. 123; iv. 70, 

591, 592. 
Haketon, Hugo de, Canonicus Mora- 

viensis, ii. 286. 
Hakkat, Willelmus, iii. 514. 
Haldane, Johannes, de Glenagies, iv. 

304. 
Halkat, Robertas, de Pittimuie, Miles, 

iv. 304. 
Haly burton, George, see Aberdeen. 
Bishop of. 

of Pitcur, Knight, iv. 

565. 

James, Provost of Dundee, iv. 

768. 



I 



Haly barton, John, i. 112. 

of Crask, i. 575. 

of Saulyne, iv. 49. 

Walter, Knight^ L 540; iv. 

718. 
of That Hk, Knight, iv. 

724. 
of Dirltoane, Knight, 

iv. 391. 
Hamilton, Lord, see Chattellaranlt, 

Doke ofl 
James, ii. 343; iiL 115, 

522, 528 ; iv. 63, 80, 106. 

^.... John, iii. 571. 

Marquis of, James, iii. 575. 

John, iii. 383. 

Alexander, iv. 161. 

Claud, Commendafcor of Pais- 
ley, iii. 74. 

David, iiL 56. 

James, Knight, iv. 193. 

of Fynnart, Knight, 

iii. 33. 

of Ormiston, iiL 74. 

of Stanhons, iii. 351. 

John, of Binn, iii. 74. 

Sir John, of Magdalandis, 

Knight, iv. 254, 273, 276, 277. 

Mongo, of Perdouen, iii. 74. 

Hannay, George, Minister of Inver- 

avon, ii. 294. 
Hanye, James, Header at Kyndroch in 

Braemar, i. 229. 
Hardy, William, ii. 436. 
Hariot, Adam, Minister at Aberdeen, 

i. 46, 49. 209, 226. 
Harper, Adam, i. 464. 

Minister of Boharm, 

ii. 276. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



149 



Harper, William, Minister of Bo- 
harm, iL 276. 
Harrowar, Johannes, de Ardgrane, iii. 
31. 

Willelmus, de Ardgrane, iii. 

33. 
Hart, Robertas, Cursor Regis, iii. 

488. 
Harvey, Alexander, Reader at Fintray, 
i. 229. 

Andrew, iii. 198, 199, 200; 

iv. 354, 451. 

David, i. 310. 

Sir David, Vicar of Nairn, 

iii. 198, 199, 200. 

Sir Duncan, iii. 266. 

Duncan, Prebendary of For- 
bes, iv. 371. 

Gilbert, iii. 109. 

Henry, see Aberdeen, Pre- 
centor of. 

see Murray, Arch- 
deacon of. 

James, iv. 504. 

of Boynditi, iii. 206, 

207. 

Minister at New 

Machar, iii. 204. 

Nichol, L573. 

Robert, of Mamewlay, iii. 

208. 

William, iv. 367. 

of Mamewlay, iii. 208. 

Hastings, David de, i. 258 ; ii. 56, 
57. 

Johannes de, ij. 27, 284. 

de Berueneye, ii. 29. 

Hatun, Willelmus de, i. 564. 
Haulkerton, Lord, Alexander, i. 509. 



Haulkerton, Lord, David, i. 462. 
Hauquinus, Miles, i. 373. 
Hawick, Andreas de. Rector de Lis- 
toun, iii. 96 ; iv. 452. 
Canonicus Dunkelden- 

sis, ii. 36. 
Secretarius Roberti 

Ducis Albaniao, ii. 264, 314. 
Hay, Lord, William, Constable of Scot- 
land, L 485, 525 ; ii. 340, 341, 342 ; 

iii. 121, 125, 131, 134, 135. 
..... of Ambath, L 550. 
...;.. of Cidmonmogat, i. 425 . 

of Delgatie, i. 331 . 

of Rannis, i. 648. 

Sir Alexander, iv. 488. 

Alexander, i. 356, 386 ; iii. 

126. 
of Ardendracht, i. 485 ; 

iii. 91, 128, 506. 
of Delgatie, i. 114 ; ii. 

357, 358, 359 ; iii. 30. 

of Dronlaw, iii. 125. 

of Easter Kennat, iii. 

571. 

of Finniefield, ii. 350. 

of Froflterseit, ii. 349. 

of Monktoune, ii. 94. 

of Mouhall, i. 395 ; iii. 

127. 
of Muchalls, ii. 404 ; 

iv. 35, 440. 

of Tenyfield, iii. 157. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 217. 

Canon, iii. 38, 92. 

Clerk of Register, iv. 

768. 
Notaiy, ii. 348. 



150 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Hay, Alexander, Parson of Duthale, iii. 

154. 
Parson of Turriff, iii. 

40, 41, ee, 128 ; iv. 575. 
Portioner of Nether 

Ardletben, iii. 20, 21. 
Prebendary of Turriff, 

ii. 365. 
Andrew, ii. 354 ; iii. 255 ; iv. 

127. 

of That Ilk, iv. 633. 

of Mountblair}', ii. 310. 

Parson of Listoun, iv. 

179. 
Header at Rathven, i. 

Vicar Pensioner of 

Rothwan, ii. 136. 
David, i. 356, 396; ii. 136, 

344, 405; iii. 11, 13, 136, 149, 

172. 

of Locherward, iv. 193. 

of Yestir, iii. 136. 

of Yestir, Knight, iv. 49. 

Edmund, of Meginsh, iii. 

141. 

Edmundus de, ii. 341. 

Francis, iv. 471, 472, 782. 

George, iii. 331, 832 ; iv. 575, 

782. 

of Leyis, ii. 348. 

Minister at Rathven, ii. 

152. 
Reader at Cullen, i. 

229. 
Gilbert, i. 249, 269, 356. 389, 

390, 393, 625 ; ii. 130, 343 ; iii. 9, 

27, 28, 30, 125, 132, 135 ; iv. 80, 

637, 696. 



Hay, Gilbert, Knight, ii. 340 ; iii. 

143; iv. 188, 711, 712. 
Constable of Scotland, 

i. 277, 379, 627 ; ii 340, 395 ; liL 

211, 212, 317. 
of Ardendracht, 

Knight, i. 304 ; ii. 356 ; iii. 15, 

33, 42, 52, 70, 91, 103, 105, 124, 

127, 138, 139, 153, 154, 260, 276, 

305, 315, 335, 418, 420, 448, 506, 

507, 516, 519, 536; iv. 40, 46, 

111, 442. 

of Cannmnik, iv. 633. 

of Carmnk, iii. 27. 

of Delgatie, ii. 353, 

354, 355, 404, 429 ; iii. 151. 
of Dronlaw, Knight, i. 

307, 393 ; iii. 7, 27, 125. 
of Locherw^d, i. 523 ; 

ii. 145, 146. 
ofUry,L457; ii. 331; 

iiL 10, 11, 12, 123 ; iv. 35, 80, 

593, 616, 632. 
Prebendary of Turriff, 

ii. 344. 

James, ii. 354 ; iv. 471, 782. 

John, i. 302, 337, 394, 625; 

ii. 145, 146, 264, 345, 355, 384 ; 

iiL 13, 125, 136, 526, 532 ; iv. 

551, 636, 637. 

see Monymusk, Prior 

of. 
of Ardgrane, i. 304. 

of Boyne, iv. 735. 

of Crimonmogat, i. 

424 ; iii. 20. 
of Lochloy, ii. 369 ; iii. 

37. 
of Logie, iv. 81. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



151 



Hay, John, of Muchalls, iii. 20, 22. 

of Maldaviot, iii. 591. 

of Nether Leisk, iii. 155. 

ofTollibothuille, ii. 384. 

of Tolyboyll, i. 122 ; ii. 

146,273; iii. 132, 133. 

of Ury, iii. 157. 

Apparent of Ury, iv. 636. 

of Yestir, iii. 148. 

son of WillJkm, Earl of 

Errol, iii. 101. 

Junior, son of William, 

Earl of Errol, iii. 149, 150. 

Canon of Monymask, 

iii. 485, 486, 487. 

Jesuit, ii. 357. 

Notary, ii. 358, 359; 

iv. 469. 

Parson of Cruden, iii. 

123; iv. 45. 

Parson of Tarriff, iji. 

123, 127. 
Provost of Gutbiie, ii. 

405. 
Vicar of CI an}^ iv. 80, 

633. 

Vicar of Echt, iiL 300. 

Nicholas, iv. 658, 699. 

Miles, ii. 340; iiL 125,31 7. 

Civilist of Aberdeen, 

iv. 658. 

Parvus, iii. 125. 

Patrick, of That Ilk, iv. 634. 

of Ury, iv. 634. 

Peter, of Bruckland, i. 386. 

of Meginch, ii. 348. 

Richard, i. 394. 

of Carmuck, iii. 123. 

Robert, i. 176; iv. 122. 



Hay, Robert, Knight, iii. 125. 

Notary, iv. 640. 

Vicarof Errol, iii. 141, 

155. 
Thomas, i. 356 ; ii. 345, 354, 

355, 405 ; iii. 127, 529, 581 ; iv. 

416, 487. 
of Errol, iii. 132, 133, 

134. 

of Kennertie, iii. 347. 

of Logic, i. 460; iii. 

141, 149, 172. 
Constable of Scotland, 

i. 289, 355, 363, 364, 380, 389, 

390, 392 ; iii. 93, 141. 
Parson of Drummaik, 

iii. 20. 
Parson of Tnrriff', iv. 

45. 
Pra3positu8 de Guthrie, 

iii. 40. 
Reader at Rath ven, ii. 

152. 

Walter, iii. 135. 

of Carmuck, iii. 28, 20, 

154. 
of Meikle Artroquhy, 

iii. 28, 30, 91. 
WiUiam, i. 256, 356, 380, 

392, 496, 625 ; ii. 233, 301, 369, 

370 ; iii. 9, 30 ; iv. 45, 440, 637, 

640. 

Knight, iv. 183. 

of That Ilk, iv. 635. 

of Ardendracht, i. 304, 

381, 382, 383; ii. 353, 354, 355, 

404. 

of Auchery, iii. 20, 21. 

of Balcolmy, i. 625. 



152 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Hay, William, of Brakloteraes, iii. 17, 

18. 
of Capeth, Knight, iii. 

160. 

of Delgatie, iii. 30, 36. 

of Dronlaw, i. 356 ; iii. 

122, 123. 
Sir William, of Errol, iii. 131, 

364 ; iv. 643, 644. 

William, of Lochloj, iii. 101. 

of Locherward, Knight, 

iv. 699. 

ii. 376. 

of Lormy, iii. 156. 

of Mane, iii. 33, 155. 

ofMukali8,iii.l54,172. 

Junior of Mnldaviot, 

iii. 592. 

of Naachtan, iv. 142. 

of Nether Leisk, iii. 

155. 

of Park, iii. 149. 

ofUry,i.ll9,315,356; 

ii. 429; iii. 91, 125, 151, 257, 

375 ; iv. 80, 635, 636, 637, 685. 
Apparent of Ury, iv. 

632. 
Sir William, Constable of 

Scotland, i. 393. 
William, Constable of Scot- 
land, iii. 6. 

SonofJohnHay,iiL125. 

Son of William, Earl of 

Errol, iii. 13. 

Notary, iv. 576. 

Person of Idwy, iii. 

118, 119. 
Parson of Turriff, i. 

460 ; ii. 348. 



Hay, William, Reader at Elchies, ii. 151. 
Hayi*, Patricius, de Ardoyne, iii. 443. 

Eogerus, de Ardoyne, iii. 

443. 
Hayrum, Henricus de, Clericus Badnlfi 

Episcopi Aberdonensis, ii. 124. 
Heart, Sir William, of Prestoun, 

Knight, iv. 145. 
Hodun, Petrus de, Burgensis de Aber- 
deen, iii. 178. 
Hela, Comitissa, iv. 691, 692. 
Helmisly, Johannes de, iv. 378. 
Henderson, Archibald, Parson of Kin- 
gusie, ii. 188. 

Arthur, Header at Chit, i. 

230. 

Jacobus, Officiarins Sconae, ii 

181. 

James, Eling's Advocate, iii. 

104 ; iv. 411. 

John, ii. 433. 

of Foirdall, iv. 305. 

Reader at Kynnellar, i. 

Sir John, Vicar Pensioner of 

Clatt, iv. 488. 

William, iv. 496. 

Henri ci, Johannes, iv. 381. 

Henricus, Filius David Comitis de 

Huntingdon, ii. 41, 42. 

Canonicus de Spyny, ii. 279. 

Capellanus Johannis Byseth, 

ii. 143, 144. 
Capellanus Mathei Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, L 564. 
Capellanus de Rothes, iu 286, 

287. 
Clericus Radulfi Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, i. 568. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



163 



Henricns, Clericos Ricardi Episcopi 
Moraviensis, ii. 302. 

Filins Alardi, i. 566. 

Frater Bricii Episcopi Mora- 
viensis, ii. 192. 

Vicarius de Kinedor, ii. 283. 

Henrison, Georgins, iv. 169. 

James, iv. 488. 

John, L 382; iv. 488. 

Henry, son of David, King of Scot- 
land, i. 246. 

Johannes, Monachns, L 188. 

Parson of Kynedor, ii. 120, 

121, 360. 
Uepbam, Adam, i. 113. 

de Cragis, iii. 91, 169, 

171, 172, 411. 
de Hales, Miles, iv. 

891. 
Prebendary of Ruthven 

and Dippil, ii. 188. 
Alexander, i. 98, 389, 398, 

407, 418, 426, 429, 445, 452, 465, 

474, 482, 488, 495 ; iii. 539. 
of Oargnnnok, iii. 579, 

581, 592. 
Prebendary of Rhynie, 

ii. 179. 
Parson of Rhynie, ii. 

168. 
Servitor Episcopi Mora- 
viensis, ii. 251. 
Greorgins, Rector de Dairy, ii. 

181. 
Jacobns, Ganonicus Sconae, 

ii. 181. 
James, of Rollanstown, iii. 

23. 

John, ii. 251. 



Hepbnm, John, see St. Andrews, Prior 
of. 

of Polgony, iii. 172. 

Patrick, EInight, iv. 114. 

of Perryhill, iii. 195. 

of Hales, EInight, iv. 

724. 

of Lothnes, Knight^ iv. 

675. 

Prebendary of Kynor 

and Dnnbennan, ii. 168. 

Robert, ii. 188. 

William , Prebendary of Ruth- 
ven and Dippil, ii. 188. 
Herbertns, Gamerarins, ii 129. 

Marescallns, i. 496 ; ii. 238. 

Herdman, Sir John, iii. 13, 39, 149, 

150. 
Heriche, Adam de, L 295. 
Hering, Andreas, de Glasclnne, iii. 84. 
Herman, Jacobns, i. 576. 
Heroch, Hngo, Bnrgensis de Elgin, ii. 

195. 
Heron, Jacobns, L 307. 
Herries, David, de Deray, ii. 135. 

Johannes, Miles, iv. 3 74, 71 8, 

720. 

de Irareglys, Miles, i. 

502, 503. 
Heryng, Jacobns, Yicarins de Mnr- 

hons, iii. 549. 
Hethon, Frater Waltems, ii. 236, 237, 

238. 
Hettonn, Waltems, ii. 366. 
Hill, Alexander, ii. 211, 212. 

Andrew, iv. 52. 

James, iii. 429, 430. 

John, ii. 211, 212. 

Thomas, ii. 314. 

20 



154 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Hireman^ James, i. 573. 

Hod, Robertas, ii. 282. 

Hoeldyny, Willelmus, de eodem, i. 343. 

Hog of Bliriedryne, i. 638. 

Andrew, ii. 401,402. 

James, iL 439. 

Monanas, iv. 31, 32, 555, 

598. 
Hogston, see Ogston. 

Thomas, i. 349. 

Hoig, Andrew, Reader at Birse, L 226, 

229. 
Hoketon, Willelmns, Canonicas Mora- 

viensis, iL 286. 
Holbume, Thomas, Presbyter, iii 414. 
Holdey, Robertas de, ii. 139. 
Holmis, Jok, iv. 27. 
Holjrood, Abbot of, Archibald, iii. 324, 
327, 522 ; iv. 214. 

Greorge, iii. 185; iv. 

490. 

W., i. 174. 

Commendator of, Robert, iv. 

746, 747. 
Home, Lord, Alexander, i. 263, 504 ; 
ii. 316, 347, 364 ; iv. 36, 223, 224, 
226, 443, 464, 490. 

Alexander, of That Hk, iii. 

51, 55, 69, 79, 81, 164, 165, 213, 
220, 225, 357, 358, 398, 473, 507, 
515. 

Knight, iiL 

324; iv. 212,261. 

Knight, i. 235. 

Johannes, Monachos de Aber- 

brothock, ii. 128. 

Willebnns, Capellanus Mo- 

raviensis, ii. 188. 
Hood» Frater Waltenis, iii. 169. 



I 



Hope, Thomas, iv. 56, 57, 247, 248, 
249, 273, 276, 277, 281, 287, 
299. 
Hoppringill, Adam de, iv. 160. 
Horn of WesthaU, i. 111. 

Alexander, Bnrgess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 224. 

James, Minister of Bellie, ii. 

268. 
Hostiarins, see Dnrward. 

Alanns, i. 146, 269, 270, 299, 

470, 631 ; iii. 337 ; iv. 117, 149, 
150. 

Colinns, i. 004, 605; ii. 56, 

136. 

Gilbertns, ii. 154. 

Thomas, ii. 56, 283 ; iv. 1 49. 

Domini Regis, L 174, 

589. 

see Londyn, Thomas. 

Yicecomes de Inver- 
ness, iL 143, 144. 

Walterus, de Land jn, i v. 695 . 

Hoolet, Willelmas de, iv. 710. 
Howeson, Alexander, Borgensis de 
Aberdeen, i. 347 ; iii. 255. 

Frater David, iv. 29, 32. 

David, ii. 439. 

Minister at Aberdoar, 

Ac, i. 227, 228. 

Johannes, Notarias, iii. 490. 

Martians, Borgensis de Aber- 
deen, iiL 207, 216, 254, 351 ; iv. 
675. 

Notarins, L 180. 

Ha, Jean de, iv, 370. 
Hactredas, Seaescallas Alexandri 
Camjn, Comitis de Bachan, iii. 
113. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



155 



Hade, Johannes, Vicarins de Aberoyte, 

i. 676. 
Hugh, son of Robert, iii. 428. 
Hugo, Cancellarins Willelmi Regis, i. 
256, 335. 496. 

Canonicus Aberdonensis, i. 

565. 

Canonicus de Spyny, ii. 279. 

Capellanns de Doffds, iv. 

608. 

Capellanns et Clericns Regis, 

i. 292. 

Clericns, iv. 4. 

Clericns Bricii Episcopi Mo- 
ray iensis, ii. 191. 

Clericns Ricardi Episcopi 

Moraviensis, ii. 302. 

Clericns Willelmi Regis, ii. 

191, 192, 234. 

Clericns, Filins Ricardi, i. 566. 

Persona de Rothvan, ii. 188. 

Pincema, iii. 5. 

Rector de Boncrider, i. 565. 

Vicarins de Rothes, ii. 286. 

Hngonis, Johannes Filins, iv. 609. 
H amble, John, Notary, iv. 277. 
Hnndby, Johannes, Rector de Kjn- 

dromy, iv. 731. 
Hnnter, Alexander, Portioner of Tillie- 
haikeis, i. 115. 

Jacobns, Capellanns, iv. 740. 

Cnratns de Leochell, 

iv. 347. 

Frater Johannes, iiL 169. 

Huntingdon, Earl of, David, i. 88, 148, 
246, 247, 248, 546, 547, 624, 626 ; 
iii. 402, 403 ; iv. 152, 155, 502, 
693, 730. 
John, i. 547, 624. 



Hnntly, Conntess of, Elizabeth, ii. 222 ; 
iii. 138 ; iv. 840. 

Lady Elizabeth Keith, 

iv. 538. 

Jane, ii. 265, 266. 

Earl of, Alexander, i. 108, 

165, 473, 530, 610 ; ii. 48, 162, 
163, 164, 231, 265, 266, 271, 296, 
306; iii. 81, 139, 185, 473, 507; 
iv. 203, 206, 223, 224, 226, 340, 
341, 342, 390, 400, 403, 404, 405, 
406, 419, 420, 463, 465, 476, 593. 

Setonn, iii. 404. 

George, L 149, 622; 

ii. 131, 132, 146, 149, 168, 181, 
221, 225, 251, 269, 271, 272, 306, 
331 ; iii. 68, 69, 71, 108, 113, 138, 
157, 165, 187, 188, 277, 279, 280, 
354, 433, 434, 518, 519, 522 ; iv. 
34, 35, 53, 69, 70, 71, 102, 234. 
245, 338, 342, 343, 346, 441, 472, 
473, 480, 481, 482, 483, 492, 527, 
538, 590, 592, 745, 760, 761, 763, 
764, 765, 766, 767. 

Marquis of, (George, i. 38, 86, 

108, 519, 634; ii. 165, 272; iii. 
76 ; iv. 146, 499. 

Lewis, ii. 272. 

Master of, Alexander, ii 102, 

175, 226, 227. 
Hurchard, see Urqnhart. 
Hnrrie, see Urrie. 
Hnse, Anthouins, iv. 106. 

Lanreucius, Doctor Leguin, 

iv. 107, 109. 
Hutchison, Johannes, iv. 76, 

Petms, Vicarios de Tulli- 

nessil, iii. 443. 
Hutone, David, iv. 123. 



166 



INDEX OF PEKSONS. 



Httudbiti Alexander, iv. 734. 
HyrdmaDstoQD, Johaanea de, i. 249. 

Idill« Johannes, Gericas Sancti An- 

dreo Diocesis, ii. 341. 
lie, Angasios do, iii. 522. 

Hugo de, iii. 526. 

Johannes de, iii. 523. 

His, Alexander, Miles, ii. 215. 
Inch, MichaeU iii. 3v^ 
Inchcolm, AbK>t of, Walter, ir. 195. 
Inohestur, Andreas de« i. 283 ; iiu 181. 

Johannes de^ i. 233. 

lnchmartin« Georgins de, i. 555 ; iii 
577 ; ir. 1S3. 

Henrions de, ir. 427. 

John de, ii. 313. 

»*>e Boss, Andideacon 

of. 

of That Dk, Knight. 

iT. 42^ 

Canon of Aheideen. 

iii. 534; ir. 3S2. 
Ing^rambmaa, Willelmn^ iL 7S. 
Ingland* WilWmns^ iT. 124w 
laglis^ Alexander^ aei^ Abenkmi, C%Ea&« 
ocillor ot 

nee DanbdiL l>eaa ot 

w«^ St. Aadrews. 

AiK&deacott of. 

of CV>lqiihailBA. iii $7^. 

Jv^n. of Co^nhaiWk. iii. ST5. 
Sesritor of Bss^ft of 
MarraT« ii. 17^ 

1>MSV^ iT. 5C^ 

IVwEuij;. ir. >.\\ 

l9k|;:rMa,. l>awiwa»s ir. $47, 

JoibanirtiS;. IT. Mcv. 

VaiMjtiauik> IVMia«a» nKouia^ i ^16. 



. * • • % * 



k H %«%««« 



Innes, Cardinal Qeorge, L 204. 

of Balvenie, iL 290. 

of Cockston, i. 463. 

of Dnimg^k, i. 634 

of Mnnellj, iL 321. 

Alexander, iL 182, 221; iii. 

407 ; iv. 462, 
of That nk, L 321, 

504; iL 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 

215, 221, 222, 447, 448 ; ir. 94^ 

483,641. 
of Ardgrane, iiL S3, 

34, 35, 36, 123. 

of Cc^isAoiin, ii. 409. 

of CrommT, iT. 484. 

of Dnnbdth, iiL 49. 

IGnistar of InTBimTon, 

iL294w 
Minister of Moribch, 

iL254 
Andrew, iL 117, 181, 221, 

333; iT. 52. 
Berowald, iL 214. 220, 8^2 ; 

iT. 552. 590. 

SirG«gge,ofOiie L»u iii,L507. 

Frater GilbertBs, in. 119. 

Gilbotas, iL 4S1 ; iT. 29, 82. 

HnA MinittgT at Mortiack. 

1. t^f : n. 2dd. 
Junes L US; iL *30, SI ; 

iiL4i^; iT. ^ 14S. 
of I\at Ek,L 5C4;iL 

ISl, i>:«?, 221, 271, S2S, S39, WX 

SSI ; iT. 5a:i. 

of AsekzatoBll, n. 150. 

of Dtnida. i. 14d. 250, 

...... ...... <if 

^5&. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



157 



Innes, James, of Tolchis, iL 407, 44J8, 

409 ; i7. 333. 
John, ii. 221, 250, 409; iv. 

89, 46, 491, 492, 560. 

see Deer, Abbot o£. 

see Ross, Dean of. 

Canon of Marraj, iv. 

615. 
Margaret, Ladj of Delgatty, 

ii. 432. 
Patrick, ii. 261; iv. 491, 

492. 
Robert, i. 112 ; ii. 214, 220, 

221,251,252,384; iii. 223. 
Sir Robert, ii. 220, 221 ; iv. 

84. 
of Balvanie, iii. 204, 

210. 

Robert, of Dranie, ii. 214. 

of Invermarkie, ii. 

366 ; iii. 33, 34, 35, 36, 448, 558 ; 

iv. 39, 462, 560. 
Sir Robert, of Invermarkie, 

ii. 257. 
of KinkeU, iii. 30, 85, 

37 ; iv. 649. 
• v.. of Rothnakjnny, ii. 

833 ; iii. 49. 
Thomas, ii. 38; iv. 45, 46, 

47. 
(Author of the Critical 

Essay), i. 138, 609, 631 ; ii. 301. 
Walter, i. 112; ii. 158, 282, 

408, 409 ; iv. 47, 349. 

Knight, ii. 220, 221. 

of Anchintoull, ii. 370. 

of Anchlancart,ii.289. 

of Auldcass, iii. 335. 

of Candmiff, ii. 408. 



Innes, Walter, of Invermarkie, i. 
321; ii. 214, 406; iii. 397, 398, 
399, 448, 449. 

of ToQchis, ii. 190. 

William, ii. 214, 250, 408; 

iii. 35. 

of Kinermonie, ii. 289. 

Insula, Prior de, Walterus, i. 256. 
Insularam, Dominus, Johannes, i. 456, 
457, 485, 486; iiL 511, 521, 522, 
523, 527, 562 ; iv. 517, 518. 
Insulis, Angusius, Filius Goffiredi de, 
iv. 377. 

Berthomeus de, ii. 207. 

Goffredus de, i v. 37 7. 

Johannes de. Miles, i. 458. 

Innerpefrie, Johannes, i. 287 ; ii. 318, 

319. 
Invermeithe, Walterus de, iii. 510. 
Invermerche, Dominus, Thomas, iii. 

512. 
Invermeth, Alanus de, ii. 19. 
Invernar, Frater Willelmus de, ii. 

247. 
Invernam, Willelmus de, Clericus, ii. 

194. 
Invemjs, Frater Alexander de, ii. 247. 
liivirkeleder, Robertus de, ii. 428. 
lona, Abbot of, Falbeus, iii. 131. 

Commendator of, George, iii . 

154, 255, 639. 
Irchard, St., i. 631 ; ii. 6, 7. 
Irland, Sir Andrew, iii. 13. 

Andrew, Notary, iv. 6S3. 

WiUiam, iii. 12. 

Irvine of Artamford, i. 406, 425. 

of Bonshaw, i. 276. 

of Comy-haugh, ii. 821. 

of Crimond, i. 406, 425. 



158 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Irvine of Cults, i. 110. 

of Drum, i. 41, 110,207, 275, 

4.06, 509, 531, 634. 

of Kincaussie, i. 265, 634. 

of Knaperuay, i. 110. 

of Lenturk, i. 599. 

of Saphock, i. 360, 581. 

Alexander, iii. 35, 216, 404, 

:.77; iv. 55, 59, 81, 82, 90, 94, 
95, 131, 168, 344, 378, 390, 
456. 

EInight, i. 555 ; iv. 

188, 394, 399, 442, 452, 453, 454, 
455. 

of -Auldquhat, iv. 579. 

of Belteis, i. 516 ; iii. 

32, 306, 340 ; iv. 131, 762. 
of Coull, iv. 683. 

of Crimond, i. 426. 

Sir Alexander, of Drum, i. 

207, 234, 276, 324, 325, 293, 514 ; 
ii. 45, 381 ; iii. 15, 31, 32, 42, 52, 
64, 70, 89, 94, 105, 116, 126, 170, 
2«;0, 276, 289, 297, 302, 303, 304, 
805, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 
:U2, 315, 335, 338, 339, 342, 343, 
34G, 348, 365, 366, 375, 383, 404, 
418, 420, 445, 449, 519, 536, 541, 
560, 561, 573, 571., 575, 589, 590, 
. .V.>2 ; iv. 46, 50, 82, 95, 111, 121, 
170, 389, 390. 

Alexander, of Drum, i. 25, 

276, 277, 278, 279, 544, 353, 492, 
514, 515, 516, 517, 556; ii. 40; 
iii. 32, 35, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 
:i02, 303, 304, 309, 574, 575 ; iv. 
51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 78, 
130, 131, 181, 385, 439, 451, 452, 
578, 579, 684, 685. 



Irvine, Alexander, of Eister Beltie, 

iv. 367, 368. 
of Forglen, iii. 306, 

307, 308, 344, 573, 674 ; iv. 60. 

of Fortrie, i. 306. 

of Hiltoun,iii. 209. 

of Lenturk, i. 600 ; iv. 

349, 368, 369. 
of Lonmay, ii. 366; iii. 

299, 300 ; iv. 131. 

of Murtle, iii. 85, 355. 

of Schivas, i. 334. 

of Strathdee, iii. 298, 

299, 323. 

of Torryleith, iii. 85. 

of TuUocht, ii. 326. 

Junior, iv. 369. 

Advocate, iv. 533. 

Minister of Longside, 

ii. 444, 445. 

Andrew, iv. 578, 579. 

Archibald, Reader at Birse, i. 

229. 

Dr. Christopher, i. 276. 

David, iv. 131. 

Francis, of Hiltoun, iii. 176, 

209. 

Gilbert,of Auldquhat,iv. 578. 

of Cullairly, iv. 578. 

James, iii. 501 ; iv. 578. 

of Auchyoch, iv. 55. 

of Brucklay, iv. 579. 

of Petmurchie, iv. 578. 

John, ii. 261; iii. 216; iv. 

64, 55, 344, 578. 
of Artamford, iv. 56, 

59. 

of Balbithan, iii. 85. 

of Hattoun, iv. 59. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



159 



Irvine, John, of Kincaassie, iii. 216, 

217; iv. 578. 
of Murtle, i. 265 ; iii. 

85. 
Burgess, of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 
Reader at Straith- 

aachin, i, 226. 
Reader at Tarland and 

Migvie, i. 230. 

Patrick, iv. 56, 58, 368. 

Reginald, of Maines, ii. 380 ; 

iv. 117, 118. 

Richard, iv. 456. 

Robert, ii. 261, 381 ; iiL 574, 

575 ; iv. 51, 55, 389. 

... of Belteis, iii. 306. 

of Belty, i. 115. 

of Cults, i. 265. 

of Fedderat^iii. 76. 

ofMontcoffer,iv.55,59. 

of Torryleith, iii. 85. 

Thomas, i v. 1 14. 

Walter, of Tulchis, iv. 466. 

Bishop William, i. 306. 

William, i. 276; ii. 45 ; iv. 54. 

of Artamford, i. 407. 

of Drum, iii. 289, 292, 

293. 
Isles, Bishop of the, Angus, iii. 522. 
George, iii. 154, 255, 

539. 

Lord of the, Donald, L 23. 

Donald of the, i. 536. 

Jackson, John, iii. 466. 

Robertus, Capellanus, iii. 271 . 

William, Provost of Aberdeen, 

iii. 288. 



Jacobi, Johannes, iv. 198. 
Jacobus, Filins Morgundi, i. 154 ; ii. lb. 
Jafirason, Johannes, Yicari us de Forbes, 
iv. 313. 

Sir John, iii. 77. 

Thomas, iv. 313. 

Yicariusde Forbes, iii. 

510. 
Ja£&*ay, Alexander, iv. 57, 58. 

of Kingswells, iii. 192. 

Baillie of Aberdeen, i. 

238 ; iv. 688, 689. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iiL 216. 

Johannes, iii. 485 ; iv. 347. 

Mr., Schoolmaster, ii. 48. 

Jak, James, iv. 649, 684. 
James, I. King of Scots, i. 41, 87, 270, 
280, 482, 487, 529, 555 ; iL 30, 257, 
341, 342, 351, 372, 380, 406 ; iii. 
166, 313, 336, 365, 369 ; iv. 33, 87, 
115, 117, 158, 177, 183, 185, 186, 
187, 208, 247, 255, 256, 257, 251», 
260, 261, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 
269, 270, 271, 275, '27^, 282, 288, 
286, 287, 288, 290, 300, 386, 38<J. 
390, 391, 407. 

IL, i. 12, 8'^ 92, 

108, 238, 284, 427, 541, 606 ; ii. 
135, 220, 257, 342, 343 ; iii. 98, 
297, 323, 326, 397, 412, 441, 444, 
458, 577 ; iv. 48, Q^y Q7, 68, 79, 81, 
89, 118, 188, 195, 196, 199, 200, 
202, 203, 206, 212, 255, 256, 257, 
259, 260, 261, 263, 264, 266, 267, 
270, 271, 275, 276, 282, 283, 286, 
288, 290, 297, 299, 300, 340, 893, 
394, 397, 398, 399, 400, 424, 435, 
436, 755. 



160 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



James m., King of Soots, L 83, 121, 
284. 455, 485, 510, 575, 576, 607, 
610; ii. 175, 315 ; iii. 180, 231,233, 
275, 298, 347, 348, 445, 453, 471, 
561, 579, 588 ; ir. 44, 61, 64, 69, 
80. 218, 215. 255, 256. 350, 394, 
407, 437, 460, 516, 517, 520. 

IV i.147, lo.Mo9, 

2U, 254. 262, 317, 319, 353, 373, 
4;kS 472, 482, 4^7. 503, 551, 563, 
6H^ 020, 656; ii. 132, 211,316, 
U32, 34t\ 461 ; iii. 55, 79, 81, 139, 
181, 213, 223, 232, 342, 367, 370, 
376, 413, 423, 431, 432, 451, 452, 
4J^ 472, 473, 474, 475, 5i>9, 523, ' 
524. 555 : iv. 4. 42, 45, 64, 71, 92, | 
119, 131, 133, 217, 21S. 220, 221, ' 
223, 224. 226, 246, 254w 2xX\ 277, ; 
278, 313, 322, 324. 331, 335, 342. I 
357, 358, 411, 412, 413,451, 4^^ ! 
4.S8, 440, 441, 4.M. 4^ 465, 4^8, 
476, 4^ 519, 52 1>, 521, 522, 526, 
5S6, 55S, 616, 7:^. 

^ <« ,..„• i. 147, 155, 156, 

214. 610, 638, ^^^; iv 229, 364; 
vi. 34, 8S, lh\. 111, 184w 244. 3^C, 
:Us8, 377, 48^ 563, 5^, 566. 57:5 : 
XT. 99. 2.\\ 319, 3.V\ 351.415,417, 
418, 419, 4;s:0, 451, 4.^6, 461, 4^:2, 
523, 526, 529, 5<^\ .VI, 574. 575, 
>^\ 6i^\ t^5, 634. 645. 656, 671, 
675, t^\ t:83, 74s\ 782. 

vJ4i9an«f« VI of Sh\mW>?\ v 9. 17, 
96. 191, ^^^vV 276. 3:r< 4.^1, 49^ 
.V^ if\>6. ^^; iv 128. .t:>8, ^iS, 
43Ci «i ;?5.\ 131, :61. 174. 1^«. 
i^>^ JfevI, 441, 52V\ 54i. ^^5^ .H":9, 

^^ ; iT, M, «, .*;R. JOi. SSS^iS?. 



252, 264, 327, 328, 337, 388, 845, 
348, 354, 360. 867, 368, 422, 448, 
450, 469, 484, 492, 494, 496, 499, 
504, 526, 532, 533, 537, 538, 540, 
541, 542, 556, 564, 578, 579, 582. 
587, 595, 620, 636, 647, 649, 650, 
651, 658, 660, 662, 665, 672. 674, 
676, 683, 6S4, 767, 770. 
James lL,King of Great Britain (James 
VII. of ScotlaDd), i. 74, 808, 361, 
362, 531 ; iiL 316. 

VIII. (The ChevaKerX i. 83, 

361, 371, 

son of Mormond, it. 695. 

Jamieson. Alexander. iL 236 ; ir. 348. 

DaTid,i303. 

George, L 56, 57, 64. 

James, iL 4d9. 

John. L 302. 

Robenns, Monadms da Jjon- 

doris. iiL 3^ 410. 

STnuL3L«a 

Jar, Fraier Teodicns de^ iL 247. 
JamlTn. Alexander de. m. 334. 
Jenko. Fraier BkariBS de. iL 247. 
JolmcMS, OuaoBims M o i a f ima is. iL 

, . Oipefiacms, n. 121. 



dowzsas^ L 5^ ; 5. IS. 2L 



CcYi&:i3$ de Bsc^as. L 4&5, 
,„ Oi«r«s. L sec, S95. 



2. 

de 



L 



Lil 



l>k 



^^^BI^B^ INDEX OF 161 ^^1 


P» Johannes, Pilina Hugonis, Deoanua 


Johnston. Alnxandnr. of That, TIW. i. 321 ^^^| 


1 CbriatiamtatiB de Elgin, ii. 207. 


3^6.382.676 : ii. 11. 12 : iii. 33. 52. ^^H 


■ Michaelia. i. 197. 


64, 69, 94, 103, 126, 170, 193, 224, ^^H 


^^^^L Nicolai. Monachna. i. 


260, 276, 335, 336, 340, 384, 385, ^^H 


^^H 


4iH. 4!!]. 44K. AMt. 4JiV. it^'A. r,^R. ^^^H 


^^^1 Thome. 


662. 564. 561. 589. 591. 592 : iv. ^^^H 


^^H Uthredi. i 407. 408 ; 


46. 50. ^^H 


^^H ii. 391, 417, 428, 442 ; ilL 5, 119, 


cf HallmHni^h ^^^H 


^^H 


^^H 


^^^H J<teter VicecomitiB d« Ktfin. 


Preshvtiir. iii. .';34.. ^^^1 


^^^1 eUn. L 566. 


AherdoDentris. ^^^H 


^^^^^1 MoDachafl rio llrnhnril. 


^^M 


^^H 


Dr. Arthnr. i. .'iO. U. 5.'i. 56. ^^H 


^^^1 PerGona de Artvldol. ii. 278. 


64. 1:15. 153. 546. 569. ^^H 


^^H de Glan, ii. 158. 


^^^1 


^^^H Hector de Glafi. ii. 1 R!). 


George, iii. 278. ^^1 


^^^H KaocentorMoravinnsiH.ii. ItK'i. 


of'ThatUk, iv. 762. ^^M 


^^^B VicanuBdei-'etterneer.i. 5'27: 


Uir George, of That llk:.bart.. ^^H 


^^^ I3y. 


iv. 308, 809, 310. ^^H 


P Johannis, Andreas, iv. G81. 


^^H 


1 John, Kbg of Scots, i. 43, 162, 286, 


Georire.ofnaski«ben.iii. 422. ^^^H 


I 373. 


QQbert. i. 182. ^^H 


1 Johnaon, Alexander, i. 803. 


of That Dk, iii. 223. ^^H 




224iiv.737. ^^H 


^^_ nRv,d iv. 34.7 


of T1flliin,1,^h iii Hin ^^H 


^^L John, iv. 348. 


^^H 


^^H Michael. Fresbvter. iii. 367. 


ofNewLesUe.iv.SU. .^^H 


^^^f iiobert. IJoro^BH of linndee. 




^^H 


^^H 


^^M Dr. RamneL L 410. 


M.enrv. iii. 553. ^^^| 


^^m TheoDhilnB. ii. 250. 


James, iii 539. ^^1 


^^^1 'I'hnTTKU w 


of That Tib. iv. 417. ^^H 


^^^H Walter. (JhaDloiiLiu. -lili: IV. 


^^M 


^^r 


UhaDlam ot Mnrrav. ^^^^| 


B WiUiain,ofBadfotbftl,iii.263, 


^^H 


1 264. 


^^H 


H Johnstoa, Lord, Alexander, iv. 83. 


ofl'hatllk. iii.461 ^^^1 


^^^^ of Caakdeben. i. £69. 


Knight, i. 502, ^^H 


^^H 


Advocate, iv. 362. ^^H 




^^^H 



^^^^V 162 INDEX OF FEBSONS. ^^^^ 


^^^^^^^H JohnBtoD, Thomas, Uinuter of Bo- 


Eay, Aleiander, iv. 100. 


^^^^^H 


Frater David, iii- 251. 


^^^^^^H Or. William, i 64. 


David, Notary, iv. 275. 


^^^^^H William, ii. 333, 364, 367, 




^^^^^H 433 ; iii 209, o53 i iv. 3T, 38, 16, 


diee, iv. mi. 


^^^^^^H 


Wallema, iv. 191, 454. 


^^^^^H ofTbat nk, i. 313: 


de Oohter For&r, iv. 


^^^^^H iii. 53, 64, 63, 78, 89, 233, 224, 


735. 


^^^^^^H 257, 260, 335, 375, 408, 418, 420, 


Kedj, Bichard, Notary, iv. 275. 


^^^^^H 421, 555, 554, 561, 


Keiro, Thomaa, iii. 517, 518. 


^^^^^^^H ofCaismyln,iT. 762. 


Keith of Bmvie, i. 110, 406. 


^^^^^^H ofCrimon<l,iii. 536. 


of Eeitbfield, i. 110, 334. 


^^^^^^^H PresbTter Abenlonen- 


of Ladqahara, i. 71, 412, 414. 


^^^^^H 


of Meilde Crichie, i. 399. 


^^^^^^H Jokke, Alexander, iv. 347. 


ofNorttfield, 1.488,489. 


^^^^^^H Jope, Gooi^oa, W. 349. 


Field MariKihal, L 420. 


^^^^^^H Jordaaaa, 


Agnea, wife of Jamea, Earl ,>f 


^^^^^^^H Caoonicos de Aberdeen, i. 


Mar. iv. 745. 


^^^^^B 565, 566 


Alexander, L 492. 524; ii 264, 


^^^^^^^^^H Capellanns Gilberti, Episoopi 


390,391,403,404,405, iii. 365, 




iv. 28, 36, 46, 589, 596. «», 


^^^^^H Ja»ofCollenard,L646. 


625. 




KnigKi.404,492,iv. 




45(^466. 


^^^^^^^H Easku, Woualf, iiL 86. 


~ >on of William Eeitli, 


^^^^^H -. Panan oT Tllliiieasil, 


Hariaefaal of Scotland, ii. 38a 


^^^^^H 


ofBalmni«,iv. 595. 




ofCa™ia,iv. 556. 


I^^^^^H Joluina de, L 561. 


of GlalTOjcb, iv. 543, 


^^^^^^^H Clericns Ada, Epiacopi 


5H6Sa 




0fG.md«n,i.231. 


I^^^^^H Ealintir, Jdm o( it. 603. 


of Gt«don.^ U. 112, 


I^^^^^H Kamloke, Jolm cl, iy. 395. 


«63, S72 i iii. 165, 166. 




o< Bjlhe, Knigll, iii. 


^^^^^H Kanebdin Riordna de, iL 72. 


91,126,161; iv.60. 


^^^^^H KaUnecr^ia, Spiaopaa, eea Caitlin» 


of liehtj, ii. 855. 


^^^^V Bbbopof.. 


Andn»B,Balliv>adeKial<in, 


^^^^^^" Katnea, Sinun de, Bactor de Krrol, ii. 


iii. 288. 


4S. 


Sir Andrew, iv. 595. 




^^ 



^^^B^^l INDEX OF 163 ^^| 


Keith, Andrew, l 524; ii. 400, 446, 


Keith. James, of Brniie. i. 398. 4«3. ^^| 


U7; i?. 556, 615, 616. 


ofDrumtochtv. iv.59tj. ^^H 


of Craig, iv. 620. 


Brother John, iv. 29, 32. ^^H 


of Inverogy, ii. 379; 


John. i. 491. 492 ; ii. 390 : iiL ^^H 


IT. 188, 197, 614. 


42 ; iv. 35, 36, 40, 147, 615. ^^H 


of Ravensoraig. i. 424 ; 


Knio-hL i. 250. ^^^1 


ii. 395, 396, 434 ; iv. 594. 


ijrother of William ^^^H 


Archibald, ii. 356, 390, 434. 


Keith. Mariscbal of Uootland. iL ^^^H 


ofMoreaeld,ii. 364. 


^^H 


Miniater at Longley, 


orBalmar.u.447.448; ^^H 


Ac., i. 228. 


^^H 


Antony, U. 390; iv. 35, 474. 


oftJlanlcriAfih. IT. 40 ^^^f 


Christian, wife of William, 


ofCruig.iv. 683. ^ 


Lord ForboB, i. 533. 


of Glachria, iv. 589. 1 


David, iv. 596. 


of Invemgy, i. 290, J 


Edward, i. 404. 


380: ii. 400: iv. 3VK. 614. 61.'>. ^^^M 


Knight, i. 250 ; iv. 188, 


01 imdqaham. i. 412. ^^^^| 


198, 615. 


AoDarcut of fdorthliRid. ^^^^| 


...... Elizabeth, wife of George, 


ii. 4«7. 408. ^^H 


Earl of Hnntly, ii, 168. 


of Havenaorai?. i. 622 : ^^^| 


wife of William, Lord 


lit. 49 ; iv. 594, 595, 591. ^^H 


Forbes, i. 170, 482 ; iii. 117, 118, 


MaimiiH. ^^^H 


229 ; iv. 623, 624. 


Margaret, wife of William, ^^H 


Francis of Kinmnndy, iv. 589. 


Earl Mariechal. iv. 620. 622. ^^^H 


Colonel George, iii. 281. 




George, iv. 598. 640. 


Patnck. ii. 404. ^^H 


Gilbert, ii. 391, 405, 406,447 ; 


Bobert. see Deer. Abbot of ^^H 


iii. 300, 641 ; iv. 615. 


i. 190; ii. 74, 75, 159; ^^B 


Sir Gilbert, of Invemgy, i. 


iv. 35, 596. 1 


422 ; ii. 402 ; iii. 299 ; iv. 71, 75, 


Knight, i. 250, 404, .- M 


79, 81, 615. 


499. 500 : ii. Hr, ■ ill- 9fiS, y.RR ; ,V ^^^1 


GUbert, of Invemgy, ii. 401. 


^^^H 


ofPartyok, i.412. 


Manacbai of KiviiUnH. ^^^H 


of Perceoche, iv. 76. 


i. 207. 277. HAV. 44)4.. 4(97 4.<i9. ^^^H 


of Troup, i. 366, 367; 


627; ii. 218, 340, 395, 406, 407. ^^^| 


iii. 116; iv. 72. 


446; iii. 211, 212, 231, 313; iv. ^^H 




^^^H 


196 ; iv. 556, 598. 


"fin of Wil[;™ V.,.-rl ^^^M 


Jamea, i. 421 ; iv. 76, 596, 620. 


Mariechal, iii. 327. ^^H 



^^^^H 164 INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^^^^B^ Keitb, Robert, boh of William Eeitb, 


Keith, Sir William, of Lndquharn, i. 


^^^^^^H Mariscbal of Scotland, ii. 74, 75. 


418 ; ii. 445 ; W. 589, 596, 597. 


^^^^^^h 


WiUiam, of Lndqnbarn, iv. 


^^^^^^B of Cnaterland, iil. 128. 


630. 


^^^^^H of Troup, iii. 230, 319, 


of Tronp, iii. 541. 


^^^^^H 


BaUlie to ray Lord 


^^^^^^^H PafEOQ of Emore, 


Sinclair, i. 115, 


^^^^^H 


Kellaa, Jobannes, Capellanne, iv. 731. 


^^^^^^H Mimat«r at Einore, it. 


Kelle, JohanneB, ii. 237, 365. 


^^^^^^H 


Kellia, Donald, iv. 474, 476. 


^^^^^^^H RobertDS dc, MarDB Gapttalia 


John, iy. 474, 475. 


^^^^^^^H Yicecomitatns do Aberdeen, i. 232, 


William, iy. 474, 475. 


^^^^^^H 


KeUo, Gilbert, Reader at Bawhelvie, i. 


^^^^^^H 


229. 


^^^^^^H Willelmns de, de Qalatona, iy. 


Thomafl, iv, 591. 


^^^^^H 


Kelly, Andreas, Bnrgensis do Kintore, 


^^^^^H SirWiUiam, ii.406; 17. 713. 


iii. 238. 


^^^^^H Willian), i. 492; ii.43, 331, 


Kelao, Abbot of, Henry, i. 624. 


^^^^^H 369, 387, 388, 402 ; iii. 165 


Herbert, i. 293. 


^^^^^H 33, 40, 75, 


Hngb,i295. 


^^^^^^H Mariscbal of Scotland, 


Osbert, i. 247. 


^^^^^^H 317, 404, 500, 501, 


Robert, iii. 213. 


^^^^^H 638, 540, 543 


Kemlok, Johannes, Capellannei, iv. 70. 


^^^^^H 37, 72, 73, 74, 75, 380, 446 ; iii. 


401. 


^^^^^H 45, 132, 230, 318, 319, 320, 322 ; 


Preeby ter Brcchinensis, 


^^^^^H 156, 159, 164, 206, 374, 458, 


iv. 592. 


^^^^^H 


Kemp, William, iv. 131. 


^^^^^^V son of William, Earl 


Kenmaron, Thomas de, ii 303. 


^^^^^^H Hariecbal, iii. 


Kennarte, Jobajines, NottKins, iii. 


^^^^^^1 of Babnnre, ii. 434. 


497. 


^^^^^^B of Hjthe, i. 


Kennedy, Lord, Gilbert, i. 285, 380 , 


^^^^^^V 


iii. 180, 241,273; iv. 63, 


^^^^^^^H Sir William, of Invemgy, l 


John, i. 008-, iy. 357. 


^^^^^^H 170, 437, 482, 533 856, 400, 


of Kermuck, i. 301. 


^^^^^^H 402, 403, 404, 405 


Arthur, iii. 27. 


^^^^^H 


Dnncanns, Conatabalarina de 


^^^^^^^H WUIiam, of Inveragy, ii. 402, 


Aberdeen, iii. 258. 


^^^^^H -103 ; iii. 205 


James, son of John Kennedy, 


^^^^^^^H 


CoDBtable of Aberdeen, I 272. 



^^I^^^B QTBEX OF ^^1 


Kennedy, James, Bni^esa of Aberdeen, 


Kethie, William, Reader at Ardintnllie, ^^^H 


iii. 529. 


^^^H 


John, iv. 684. 


KIbbil, Johannes, iv. 591. ^^H 


Bon of GUbert, Lord 


Kill, Jacobus, CapeUanns, iii. 44d. ^^^H 


Keimedf, iii. 273. 


Kincragy, James, see Aberdeen, Dean ^^^^H 


of Carmnk, Constable 


^^^H 


of Aberdeen, i. 272 ; iii. 29, 30. 


Kinet, Jadez, iii. 402 ; iv. 694. ^^^| 


husband of Eliitabeth, 


King, Andrew, iii. 45. ^^^^^| 


ConntoBB of EiTol, i. 389, 390. 


Notary, iii. 439 ^^^^H 


Prebendary of TuUy- 


^^^^^H 


nenill, ia 255. 
Notary, iii. 86, 198, 220, 


Jamee, of Barraoh, i. 321. ^^^^^^^| 


of Bonrty, a 11 ; ^^^^^H 


255, 568 ; !v, 354 526, 660. 


418, 590, 592 ; iv. 50. ^^^^| 


Patrick, iv. 378. 


WilUarn,!. 117. ^^^| 


Thomas, i. 273. 


of Barracb, i, 237 ; iv. ^^^| 


Constabn iari OS de Aber- 


^^H 


deen, in. 25, 26, 264. 


of Bourty, iii. 14, 450, ^^^| 


William, iv. 80. 


519, 536 ; iv. 60, 111, 232, 442. ^^H 


Confltable of Aberdeen, 


Kinghorne, Earl of, John, iii. 6; iv. ^^^| 


i. 301, 314. 


^^H 


Koatigern, St., i. 639 ; ii. 81, 164, 165, 


Patrick, iii. 6. ^^H 


166. 167. 


Adam de, iii. 177. ^^^H 


KerofMenie,!. 111.285. 


Henricns de, Canonicus Aler- ^^^H 


\ Aleiander, of Menie, iii 336. 


donensie, iv. 331. ^^^^^| 


James, iii. Ili7. 


Kinloss, Abbot of. Adam, i. 186 ; il 233. ^^^| 


Professor John, i. 138, 631. 


H.,ii. 158. ^^H 


Robert, of Menie, iii. 336. 


Herbert, ii. 153, 247, ^^H 


Bnrgesa of Aberdeen, 


^^H 


i. 285. 


John EUem, i. 188, ^^H 


VicBT of Lyndeno, iii. 


^^^H 


' 251. 


John Fintere, i. lea ^^^^M 


Captain Thomas, iii. 280. 


^^^^^H 


Frator Thomas, iv. 29, 32. 


RadulphuB, i. 188. ^^^^^^1 


Thomas, iv. 339. 


Robert, ii. 366 ; ^^^^| 


Sab-prior of Deer, ii. 


116 iv. 14, 16, ^^H 


431. 


Beid, ^^^H 


Ket«ia, Judex, i. 338 ; iii. 5. 


232, ^^H 


Kenieil, R. de, i. 547. 


Thomas, il. 236, 237, ^^^^| 


Kessane, Johannes, Notarina, iii. 253. 


364, 365 ^^H 



^H 166 INDEX OF PEBS0N3. ^^^^| 


^^H Kinlofis, Abbob of, Thomaa ChrystaUns, 


Kintore, Eai-1 of, William, i. 570. ' 


^^H i. 18B, 180. 313 ; ii. 330, 421. 


Alexander, Bnrgesa of Aber- 


^^H W., i. 812. 


deen, iii. 508. 


^^H Walter, i. 313, 314; ii. 


David, Borgeas of Aberdeen, 


^^H 236, 238 : iii. 30, 5GB. 


L 180 ; iii. 145. 


^^H FraterAndreoB, iii. 169. 


Gilbert, of Auchgv?yok, iii. 


^^^H Kinmalron, Thomaa de, i. 408. 


21G, 217. 


^^^H Kinnard, Allan, i. 3^6. 




^^H of That nk, iii. 10, 12, 


iii. 508. 


^^^B 266, 267, 318 ; iv. 76. 


JameB,of Auchgvfyok, iii. 216. 


^^^H David, of Kiaimaont, iii. 12 ; 


Bnrgesa of Aberdeen, 


^^K^^ 


iii. 255. 


^^^^^^H of Taylady. ii. 3S5. 


John, iv. 35, 36. 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^^^H of Inchtare, iii. 13. 


Aberdeen, iv. 62. 




ii. 327. 


^^^^^H 


Borgensisde Aberdeen, 


^^^^^^H Richard, i. 355 


i. 347 ; iii. 144, 274, 508. 


^^^^^H Thomas, i. 279 


William, of Anchgwyok, iii. 


^^^^^^H of Colbyn, iii. 3H 265, 


145, 258, 508. 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H of Kinnimnond, iv. 54, 


iu. 454. 


^^^^^^B 


Kiroathbright, William de, Meatre del 


^^^^^^1 


Hospital do Tarrythe, ii. 340. 


^^^^^^^^B Walter, Burgess of Dnndee, 


Kirknes, Thomas de. Miles, i. 373. 


^^^^^H 


Kneycht, John, Parson of DnffiiB, ii. 


^^^^^^^H William, BurgeBs of Perth, iii. 


168. 


^^^^^■^ 


Kuollis, Aleiander, BnrgeBs of Aber- 


^^^^^r KiDDinmnad I., Alexander, see Aber- 


deen, iii. 183, 215, 220, 352, 


^^^H deeo. Bishop of. 


353. 


^^^^H 11., see Aberdeen, 


Gilbert, iii. 217. 


^^^H Bishop 


Henry, Vicar of Aboyne, iii. 


^^^1 Matthew, sec Aberdeen, 


233. 


^^^H Bishop 


John, iii. 216. 


^^H £Iias de, ii. 304. 


of Polmolat, iii. 259. 


^^^^B Johannes, BargeDBiB de Aber- 


of Wester Bssintuly, 


^^H iii. 184. 


iii. 857. 


^^^H Kintic, John, of Old Oovitl, iii. 209. 


Willeimns, Preceptor de Tor- 


^^^1 Kintore, Earl of, John, i. 570. 


fichin, Miles, iv. 593. 





^m^i 


^^^I^t INDEX OF 167 ^^^ 


^ EsolliB, WillelmQB, Preceptor de Tor- 


Kyniumond, John de, Bee Brechin, ^^^^^^^H 


^^H Echin, iiL 51, 357 ; iv. 403, 406. 


^^^^^^^H 


^^M WiUiam, of North Logyrmf, 


Kynman, Sir Nichol, ^^^^^^H 


^H 


William, iii. 135. ^^^^^^^| 


^^1 Eqox, Andrew, of That Dk, ii. 433 ; 


^^^^^^1 


^H 


Kynneir, David, de eodem, VZO. ^^^^^^M 


^^H David, of Anchorthy, iv. G5. 


Jacobns, iv. 120. ^^^^^^^| 


^^H George, ii. 439, 


Kynros, Henricas de, ii. 191, 192. ^^^^| 


^H Gilbert, of That Ilk, i. 115. 


Jacobaa, de Kippenroa, iv. 475. ^^^^^| 


^^M John, i. 320. 


Kynteseoc, Frater Henricns de, ii. 247. ^^^^^^H 


^^M of That nk. iii. 114, 


^^^^^^H 


^H 4a0i iv. 232, 57ti, 577. 


LAtlOKGSt, BOBERTDB, iv. ^^^^^^H 


^^M William, ii. 439. 


Laceles, WUlelmns de, ^^^^^H 


^^m EoUj, Thomas, FUina Tbayni de, i. 


Lagan, Bobertas, ^^^^^^^H 


^H 


Leicester, Bobertaa de, ^^^^^^^H 


^^M Krymond, Jacobae, i. 113. 


Laiagaens, Jacoboe, i. 506. ^^^^^^^^H 


^^H Koyp, Nicolana, ii. 864. 


Lairdo, David, Beader at Foveran, i. ^^^^^| 


^^M Kyd, Alexander, i. 120. 


^^^H 


^^^^L Siicceotor Aberdonen- 


Lamb, David, Baro de Dnnkeny. iv. ^^^^H 


^^K sie, iii. 852, 354, 435, 44;). 


^^^1 




G«orge,ofCnBte9toiut,iii.440. ^^^H 


^^^f Prater, iii. 119. 


WiUiam, 506. ^^^H 


^^K' Gilbert, ii. 433. 


Presbyter, iii. 361. ^^^| 


^^^H James, Reader at Inveragy, i. 




^^H 


WiUiam, see St. Andrews, ^^^H 


^^H.i Vicar of Inverary, iii. 


Bishop ^^^^H 


^^H 169, 470. 


^^^1 


^^^B Johannes, Vicarina Pension- 


Parson of TorriS; i. ^^^H 


^^H arias de Dnrris, iii. 361. 


^^^1 


^H John, ii. 432. 


Lambertona, Alexander, i. 566, 567. ^^^H 


^^T Kymdy, Thomas, i. 394. 


WiUelmns de, i. 564, 565, 566, ^^^| 


1 Kympont, Frator Jacobus, ii. 238. 


^^^1 


Kyneortb, Andreas de, i. 2t;0. 


lAmbertnB, Capellanns, ii. 302. ^^^H 


Kyncraigie, Jacobaa, Hector de Spot, 


Capellanns Bricii, Episcopi ^^^^H 


ii. 355. 
Kyndelech, Johannes de, VicariuB de 


Moraviensis, ii. 191. ■ ^^^^H 


6iiccentorMaraviensi«,iil70, ^^^| 


Dnhnaok, iii. 298. 


^^^H 


Kyndrooht, John of, ii. 391 ; iii. 113. 


Lambley, Balpb, see Aberdeen, Bishop ^^^^^^^^| 


Kyner, John of, i. 573. 


^^^^^H 



^^^^H 168 INDEX OF ^^^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Lomme, Ferqnhardas, L 


Laurenciua, Arohidiaconas, 1. 257, 1 


^^^^^^^H Iaqcos, Gilburtua 


ProposituB Sancti Andree, i. 


^^^^^^^H^ Ung, 


667; ii. 72. 


^^^^^^H 


Law, Thomafi, Minister of Boharm, ii. 


^^^^^^H Notary, iv. 260. 


276. 


^^^^^^^^m ParsDD of NewlandB, 




^^^^^H 


Burgess of Aberdeen, 


^^^^^^H Thomas, Notary, ui. 


iii. 216. 


^^^^^H 


Clericns Aberdonenais 


^^^^^^^^^H Canon of Aberdeen, 


DioccBia, ii. 865. 


^^^^^H ii. 264 1 iy. 


Andrew, BoTgesa of Aberdeen, 


^^^^^^^Hj Faraan TarritT, 


iii. 215. 


^^^^^H 448 ; il 


Duncan,;. 159. 


^^^^^^H LaQgenhill, Bobortas de, iv. 


Edmund, Bnrgeas of Aber- 


^^^^^^^H 


deen, iii. 572, 


^^^^^^^^^H LanglandiB, Johannes, de Callace, iii 


George, Reader at ConU, i. 


^^^^^^H 


229. 


^^^^^^^^m Lnrdcnanns, Rogems, ii. 398. 


Jacobua, Monachus de Aber- 


^^^^^^H Lascellis, Jacobus de, 109 US. 


brothock, ii. 128. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^1 Badalphas, ClericuB, i. 272. 


James, Miniater at Old Aber- ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H lAthnni, HeuricuB do, Vioecomes de 


deen, ^^1 


^^^^^^H 


John, 17.438. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Laudelia, Robortna de. 


Uargess of Abei-deen, ^ 


^^^^^^H Lauder, Allan, 


iii. 215. J 


^^^^^^H Notary, iT. 162, 


Richard, of Hieriggia, iii. 104, B 


^^^^^^H George, i. 448 ; 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Bee Teviotdale, Arch- 


Robert, iii. 394. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^B deaoon of. 


Thomas, iv. 360. ^^^H 


^^^^^H Sir Robert, ii. 


William, of Dysart,!. 487. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 531 


Burgess of Aberdeen, ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Robertns, de Bass, Miles, iv. 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


Jjawtie, Jacobua, Bui^nsis de Cnllen, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H de Edryngtoun, Miles, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


WUliom, Miniater at Cnllen, ^^H 




^^M 


^^^^^^H Landonia, WiUelmns de, MUes, iv. 752. 


Notary, iL 867, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Laurence, Parson of Tongb, iT.342. 


Leask of Fynnereye, i. 886. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Alexander,ofThatIlk,iii.l50. ^^H 


^^^^^^H William, ii. 432. 


NotaiT, i. 886 ; ii. 184. ^^M 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



169 



Leask, Greorge, i. 386. 

Humphrey, of That Lk, i. 

364, 394, 395. 

James, i. 386. 

John, iii. 22, 147. 

Patrick, ii. 436 ; iv. 497. 

Thomas, i. 272, 273, 864, 373, 

395 ; ii. 238. 

of That Hk, i. 290, 380 ; 

iii. 93, 147. 

Ulfrid, of That Ilk, iii. 147. 

Walter, of That Ilk, i. 386. 

WiUiam, of That Ilk, iii. 4, 

20, 21, 22, 27, 30, 129, 147, 149, 
160, 421 ; iv, 65. 

Bargees of Aberdeen, 

iii. 147. 
Lectona, Willelmus de, ii. 159. 
Ledale, Domina Anabella de, i. 311. 

Georgias, Rector de Foresta, 

iii. 98. 

Jacobus, de Crechiltoune, 

Miles, iy. 89. 

Willelmus de. Miles, iv. 156. 

Vicecomes de Aber- 
deen, Miles, i. 549. 
Ledyntosaoh, Hugh of, iii. 429. 
Lee, Willelmus de, i. 624. 
Leech, John, i. 66, 
Leicestre, Bobertus de, i. 292. 
Leich, Patricius, Ganonicus Glasguen- 

sis, iv. 214, 357. 
Leighton, Alexander, iii. 460, 461. 

see Torphichen, Prior 

of. 

, Vicar of Pyvie, i. 496. 

Duncan, see Aberdeen, Ghan- 

cellor of, 
Henry, iv. 76. 



Leighton, Henry, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 
Ganon of Aberdeen, iv. 

731. 
Parson of Kinkell, iv. 

453. 

Walter, iv. 726. 

Apparent of UUishaven, 

i. 352. 
Leis, David, ii 44. 

John, iv. 454, 457. 776. 

Robert, Notary, ii. 44 ; iii. 32, 

45, 46, 99, 102, 145, 147, 148, 168, 

270, 272, 274, 315, 339, 340, 356, 

367, 420; 508, 585, 586. 
Ghaplain, ii. 328; iv. 

45, 331. 
Presbyter of Aberdeen, 

i. 347, 515, 516. 

Thomas, Chaplain, iv. 62. 

Notary, iv, 402. 

Presbyter of Aberdeen, 

i. 283. 
Vicar of Ellon, iii, 27, 

28, 241, 298. 
Leith of Barnes, i. 332, 550. 

of Freefield, i. 578. 

of Harthill, i. 579. 

of Leith-haU, i. Ill, 545, 623. 

of Overhall, i. 111, 550, 551. 

of Whitehaugh, L HI, 629. 

Alexander, iv. 538. 

of Montgarrie, i. 629, 

630 ; iv. 542. 

...,,. Archibald, iv. 33. 

Gaptain, iii. 280« 

George, iv. 488, 513, 542. 

pf Barnes, iii. 193, 260, 

385, 341, 375. 418 ; iv. 788. 

32 



^^^^1 170 INDEX OF FEBBONS. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^^H Leitfa, George, of Orerbarnes, iii. 400, 


Leith, Robert, of OvBrhall, iiL 401. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Thomas, i. 373 ; iii. 19^ 199, ^H 


^^^^^H of Orerhall, ilL 400, 


200, 738. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Bargees of Aberdeen, ^^^| 


^^^^^H Hetu7,ui.334 


^^H 


^^^^^^H of Barnes, i. 79 ; iU. 


William, i. 118, 383, 629, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 398, 399, 552 


630 ^^H 


^^^^^^1 James, of Leitb-hall, i. 


of Badycaiss, iii. 552. ^^^| 




of Baraes, ii. 353 ; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H de Aberdeen, iv. 544. 


192, 401 ; iv. 736. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


ofLykliebead,iv.542. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


of Montgarrie, iv. 540. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H ofB&lqnb&rne,iv. 513. 


Burgeas of Aberdeen, ^^^^| 


^^^^^H of BsraeB, iiL 192, 


i. 232; u. 37; ui. 45, 197; iv. ^^H 


^^^^^H 193 


716, 717, 718, ^^M 


^^^^^H ofMontgaiTie,iT.540, 


Provost of Aberdeen, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H MoDtgarrie 


Lemman, David, iv. 586. ^^H 


^^^^^H WhitehBDgb, 


Lennox, Dake of, Eeme, iv. 770. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Earl of, Dnncan, ii. UO. ^^H 


^^^^^^^H ofWbitebaagh, i.333, 


Malcolm, i. 342; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^H 394 542. 


^^H 


^^^^^^B Advocate, ir. 676. 


Matthew, iL 347, 362 : ^^H 


^^^^^H Prebendar? of Phil- 


iii. 55, 79, 81, 225, 473, 507 ; iv. ^^H 


^^^^^H iii. 443. 


47, 134, 223, 224, 226, 443, 464. ^^H 




M., eon of M., Earl of, ii. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


136, 284. ^^M 




Monnaor of, Uniredach, iv. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^1 380. 


^^M 


^^^^^H Patrick,!. 115, 118; iii. 55-2; 


Lepar, Andrew, iv. 378. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H 


Moraviensis, ii. 261. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H ofHarthiU,iii.35,iY. 


Lerweryke, Willelmna, Clericua Bre- ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 


chineoBia, ii. 199. ^^^^M 


^^^^^^H ofLykliehead.iii.SOe. 


Leslie of Balqabain, i. 110,200, 527, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Parisb Clerk of Tnlli- 


526, 531, 532, 537 ; ii. 257. . ^^M 


^^^^^H 62a 


ofDramdollo, ii. 321. ^^M 


^^^^^^H Robert, of Overbamee, 


of Dmmmies, i. 110. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 


of Eden, i. 449, 482, ^^M 



^^^^H^ mD^X OF 171 ^^1 


^^^^L^ie of KinOTftgio, i 596. 


Leslie, Andrew, i. 540, 593, 594 ; Hi. ^\ 


1 of Kinninvey, i. C50. 


187,369,425,488; Iv. 318,338, 


ofLittlefolIa,!, 111. 


483, 526, 670. 753. 


ofPitoaple,i. Ill, 526, 531, 


Knight, iii. 370, 553, 


537. 


554,577; iv. 168, 458. 732. 


ofTyne,i.lll. 


ofTbatBk,i. 540. 


ofWardhonBe,i.n,535,554. 


Knight, iii. 


555. 


133, 470, 552. 


1 ofWartle,;. 535, 578. 


Sir Andrew, of BalqiihaiD,i. 


Alexander, i. 127; ii. 266; 


527. 629. 


iii. 471 i IT. 330, 34a, 516, 626, 


Andrew, of Bnohanstoun, iii. 


527. 


419. 


of That Dk, 1. 115; iii. 


of New Leslie, iii. 


97, 892, 393, 471 ; iv. 351, 352. 


393, 400, 406. 


of Baoomy, iv. 330. 


Lord of The Syde, iii. 


of Balqnhain, i. 530, 


393, 471 ; iy. 267, 731. 


531. 


Bargeas of Aberdeen, 


of Brekiftv, iii. 273. 


iu. 215. 


of Kincragie, iii. 377, 


Parish Clerk of Daviot, 


469 J iv. 344, 345, 346. 


iu. 455, 456, 457. 


ofPitcaple,iii. 366. 


Pareon of Hothes, iv. 


of Tongh, iv. 482. 


331. 


ofTolloB, i. 531. 


Prebendary of Ellon, 


ofWardhoase, I 114, 


iii. 86, 198, 206, 381. 


119, 4B6, 487, 529 ; iii- 146, 232, 


PreebyterofAberdeen, 


234, 405 ; iv. 516, 517, 618, 520, 


I 310. 


521, 524, 525, 526, 527, 736. 


Secretary of WiUiam, 


of Wartle, i. 534, 


Bishop of Aberdeen, i. 628. 


535. 


David, i. 530. 


Minister at Botarie 


ofPitcaple,iii.53,384, 


»iidElcbifl,ii. 151. 


385,386,419,420; iv. 46. 


Minister at Keith, ii. 


Dnncan, of That Ilk, iii. 387. 


151. 


Elizabeth, danghter of the 


Notary, uL 508. 


Earl of Rothes, iii. 137, 138. 


Parson of Botaxie, ii. 


George, i. 541 ; ii. 261 ; iii 


188. 


64, 393, 439, 471 ; iv. 206, 212, 


Andreas, Monactms do Lnn- 


261, 330, 331, 457, 591. 


dorifi, iii. 894, 410. 


Knight, i. 274, 472; 


Major Andrew, uL 280. 


ii. 36 ; iv. 318. 



172 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Leslie, George, of That Ilk, i. 551, 
552; ii. 11; iii. 65, 90, 103,221, 
887, 391, 393, 472, 473, 589, 591, 
592 ; iv. 50. 

(Father Archangel) , i. 

586. 

of Anldcraig, iii. 454. 

Sir George, of Balqnhain, i. 

528, 529. 

George, of Balquhain, i. 53 1 . 

of Coclaraohie, iii. 518. 

of Crachie, iii. 438, 

454. 

of Eden, L 302. 

of Fythkill, Knight, ii. 

162 ; iii. 231 ; iv. 323, 753. 
of Kincragie, iv. 345, 

34G. 

Fiar of Kincragie, iv. 

146. 

of New Leslie, i. 529 : 

iv. 488. 

of WhitecroBS, iv. 70. 

of Tyrie, i. 655. 

• Advocate, iv. 339. 

Minister at Mnrthlack, 

ii. 152. 
Sir Hemelio, of Balquhain, i. 

529. 
Henry, of Ardune, iii. 450, 

451. 

of Largye,iii.409, 410. 

Count, James, i. 529, 531. 

James, i. 515. 

of Balquhain, i. 528, 

529, 531. 

of Dmmdollo, iii. 512. 

of Milltown of Dur- 

Doch, iii. 438. 



Leslie, James, of Pitcaple, iii. 885, 

458. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

i. 608 ; iii. 85. 
Sheriff Depute of 

Aberdeen, iii. 424. 
John, see lindores, Abbot of, 

and Boss, Bishop of. 
iii. 390, 398,429; iv. 

527. 
of That Dk, iiL 586, 

890, 892, 393, 399, 502. 
of Auquhorsk, iii. 

388. 
Sir John, of Balquhain, i. 1 08, 

530, 531. 
John, of Balquhain, L 108, 

528 ; iii. 185, 187, 277, 278, 279, 

381, 382 ; iv. 498, 531, 532, 624, 

670. 
Sheriff of 

Aberdeen, iii. 35, 37, 157, 877, 

878. 
Sheriff De- 
pute of Aberdeen, i. 114, 121. 
Apparent of Balqu- 
hain, iv. 533. 

of Bannochie, iii. 369. 

of Buchanstoun, iii. 

449. 

of New Leslie, iii. 893, 

400, 406. 

qf Pitcaple, iii. 887; 

iv. 809. 

Fiar of Pitcaple, iv. 

309. 

of The Syde, iv. 480. 

Sir John, of Wardbouse, 

Bart., iv. 308, 304, 514. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



173 



Leslie, John, of Wardhouse, iii. 53, 

71, 233, 234, 406, 408, 421, 446, 

510 ; iv. 482, 519, 520, 521, 522, 

523, 524, 628, 738. 
Bni^ess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 
Notary, iii. 556; iv. 

516. 
Parish Clerk of Daviot, 

iii. 455, 456, 457. 
Parish Clerk of In- 

verury, iii. 469, 470. 
Prebendary of Ellon, 

iii. 435. 
,. Prebendary ofMurth- 

lack, iii. 86, 118, 119, 187, 206, 

381, 391. 
Prebendary of Rhynie, 

ii 179. 
Reader at Aberdeen 

and Nigg, i. 229. 
.•••• Reader at Botarie, ii. 

151. 
Reader at Logie Dur- 

no, L 228. 

Reader at Nigg, i. 226. 

...... Vicar of Premnay, iii. 

399, 400. 

Malcolm, i. 282. 

ofThatLk, iii. 393. 

of Cults, iii. 586. 

...... Norman, i. 594; iv. 318. 

Knight, i. 540. 

of that Ilk, Knigbt, 

iii. 393, 470, 553. 

iii. 393. 

Count, Patrick, i. 529, 531. 

Patrick, see Idndores, Com- 

mendator of. 



Leslie, Patrick, iii. 390, 450 ; iv. 46, 

504, 505, 509, 512, 527. 

of Ardoyn, i. 530. 

of Balqnhain, i. 321, 

530, 531. 
Sir Patrick, of Eden , Provost 

of Aberdeen, i. 304. 
Patrick, of Kincragie, iv. 

339, 450. 

older of Kincragie. iv. 

146, 147. 
of Pitmuxton, iii. 184, 

185. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

ii. 365 ; iii. 452, 454. 
Lindsay Herald, iii. 

464. 

Robert, iv. 332. 

of Auldcraig, iii. 454. 

Stephen, of Little Wartle, iii. 

438, 439, 440. 
Thomas, iii. 392 ; iv. 42, 

46. 
of Ardune, iii. 446, 

447, 448, 452. 
Balliv us de Aberdeen, 

iii. 378 ; iv. 738. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 85. 

Parish Clerk of Logie- 

durno, i. 382. 

Sheriff Depute of Ab- 
erdeen, iii. 556. 

Count, Walter, i. 528. 

Walter, i. 435; iii. 277; iv. 

519. 

Knight, ii. 218, 219, 

222. 

Drumdollo, iii. 512. 



^^F 174 INDEX OF PERSONS. ^^H 


^^^1 Leslie, Walter, of Euninvy, ii. 260. 


Leslie, Willimn, of Fincbio, iii. ^^B 


^^H of New Leslie, in. 53, 


141. 1 


^^^L^^ 421, 446. 


orKirkhiIl,iiL81;ir. 1 


^^^^^^H of PbUortb, i. 4S3. 


527. 1 


^^^^^^^^M Boss, Knight, 


of The Syde, Knight, 1 


^^^^^^H 350, 351, 383, 386, 367, 388, 389, 


iv. 312. J 


^^^^^^H 


L556. ^^J 


^^^^^H 


of Wardhoose, iii. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


439 ; ir. 330, 526. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^M Btu^ss of Aberdeea, 


ofWartle, L 553; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


438, 454 ; iv. 57. ^^H 


^^^^^H Notary, iir. 532. 


Burgess of Inreniry, ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^^B Parson of Menmnyr, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


Sberiffof Garioch, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Reader at Essie, il. 


^^M 


^^^^^K 


Sheriff of In-vemeBfl, ^^^H 


^^^^^H William, iii. 


ii. 222. ^ 


^^^^^H 320, 


Lethindy, Hngo de, L 196. J 


^^^^^H 


Lewes, John, iv. 107, 109. ^J 


^^^^^^H Knight, iii. 404 ; iv. 


Leylie, Bobert, Parson of Slains, i. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


470; iii. 129. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 Bishop of Lajbach, i. 


laberatione, G&lfridns de, il 233. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Liddell, Dr. Duncan, i. 54, 62. m 


^^^^^^H Sir William, of Ballcomie, iii. 


Sir William, iv. 716. J 


^^^^^H 


Prorost of Aber- M 


^^^^^^1 of Balqabain, i 


deen, iii. 287, 288. ^^fl 


^^^^^H 282, 529, 530, 541 ; iii 471, 472, 


Sheriff of Aber- ^^H 


^^^^^H 261, 401. 


deen, m. 29. ^^H 


^^^^^^H William, of BalqnbaiD.i. 541, 


Liliaclive, Stepbanse, Clericns Wil- ^^H 


^^^^^H 563 ; iL 12 ; iii. 53, 64, 89, 105, 


lelmi, Episcopi Sancti Andree, i. ^^^| 


^^^^^H 116, 185, 260, 305, 


^^M 


^^^^^^m 335, 371, 372, 375, 376, 377, 378, 


Lillcy, John, Schoolmaster at Alford, ^^^^| 


^^^^^^1 408, 418, 424, 590; iv. 60, 469, 


138, 139. ^^1 


^^^^^^H 


lincoln, Bicardns de, Clericns Willel- ^^^| 


^^^^^H ofBaimodhie, iii. 369. 


mi Regis, il 54. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Buchanstonn, 


Lindores, Abbot of, Andrew, iiL 138. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Oaido, i. 2i7, 336. ^^H 




J., L 293, 294 i ii. 22, ^^^ 




122, 123. ■ 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



175 



Lindores, Abbot of, John, i. 548, 565, 
624 ; iii. 227, 228, 229, 890, 391, 
398, 394, 409, 410 ; iv. 634 

• ••••• •••••• •••••• JjOSllG, 1V« v/4a 

Thomas^ iiL 429. 

• ••••• •••••• WlCO, 1]« u\/i.« 

• *•••• •••••• WlClO, 1« Anja» 

••• •• William, i. 538. 

Angus, iL 220. 

Commendator of^ John, iii. 

401. 

Patrick, iiL 401. 

Leslie, iv. 504, 

505. 

Lord, Patrick, iy. 361. 

Prior of, David, i. 565. 

Robert of, iv. 503. 

Simon o^ Notary, iv. 468. 

William of, Prebendary of 

Forbes, iv. 371. 
Lindsay of the Byres, Lord, John, iv. 

205, 206, 212, 221, 222, 257, 

261. 
Lord, Patrick, ii. 43; 

iv. 768. 

of Cnlsh, i. 406. 

Alexander, iii. 359, 594, 595, 

696, 597 ; iv. 84, 720. 
Knight, i. 233, 316, 

390 ; ii. 44, 67, 85, 305, 386 ; iii. 

141, 181 ; iv. 114, 376. 
• ..•• of Auchtermonse, 

Knight, ii. 404, 405. 
of Olenesk, Knight, iv. 

724 
Ballivns Baroniae de 

Marycnlter, iii. 368. 
Clericns et Notarias, 

iv. 670. 



Lindsay, Alexander, Parson of Bel- 
helvy, iii 346, 347. 

Andrew, Vicar of Newtill, iii . 

596. 
Archibald, see Aberdeen, Pre- 
centor of. 

Sir David, iv. 393. 

David, i 247 ; iL 43 ; iv. 49, 

^7, 68, 727. 

of Adyell, Knight, ii. 

45. 

of Benfiirde, Knight, 

ii. 78, 79, 80. 

of Bog&rlay, iii. 215. 

of the Byres, ii. 221. 

of Glenesk, i. 499, 502. 

Knight, iii. 

262. 

of Lethnot, iii. 513, 

615 ; iv. ^7. 

Duncan, iv. 4. 

Greorge, Minister of Aber- 

lonr, ii. 290. 

Gerard, i. 624. 

Sir Gilbert, Knight, iii. 552. 

Henry, ii. 45 ; iii. 42. 

Herald, iii. 131. 

Ingelram, see Aberdeen, 

Bishop of. 

iii. 161, 162. 

Jacobus, Propositus de Lin- 

cludeu, ii. 315. 

James, iii. 298, 347. 

see Glasgow, Dean of. 

Knight, L 233, 316, 

390, 499 ; ii. 31, 44, 67, 85 ; iii. 
141; iv. 85, 114, 376. 

of Crawford, i 273, 

274. 



176 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Lindsay, James, of Cushnie, iii. 571. 
Reader at Kynnaimje, 

i. 229. 
John, ii. 43, 54 ; iii. 161, 847, 

595 ; iv. 727. 

of Blarefidden, Notary, 

iv. 417. 

of Bjrres, i. 285; ii. 

220, 221, 222, 223 ; iii. 324, 413, 

587. 

of Cragy, Knight, i. 

427. 

Vicar of Calsalmond, 

iii. 14, 15. 

Lawrence, iii. 596. 

M.P., Minister at Kineth- 

mout, iv. 616. 

Patricins, iv. 461. 

Ludimagister in Alford, 

iv. 687. 

Simon, ii. 398. 

Symo, Armiger, iii. 122. 

Thomas, of Bogfarlay, iii. 

215. 
W., Clericas Andree Episcopi 

Moraviensis, ii, 169. 
Walter, ii. 119 ; iv. 380, 381, 

408, 405, 406. 
Knight, iii. 517 ; iv. 

183, 381, 383. 
Brother of Earl of 

Crawford, iii. 8. 

of Benfort, i, 278, 279. 

of Kilbrachmont, iv. 

257, 261. 
of Kinblathmonth, iv. 

206, 212, 221. 
Sheriff of Aberdeen, i. 

343. 



Lindsay, Walteros, Dominns Beat! 
Johannis, Miles, iii. 594, 595, 596. 

Preceptor de Torphi- 

chen. Miles, iii. 368. 

WilHam, i. 256, 336; ii. 54, 

433 ; iv. 4, 84, 160. 

Chamberlain of Scot- 
land, i. 277. 

Knight, ii. 219; iii. 

552 ; iv. 726, 727. 

of Byres, ii. 222. 

Knight, i. 274, 

404 ; iv. 724. 

..". of Colsh, L 407; iii. 

571 ; iv. 59, 60. 

of Bossy, iv. 142, 381. 

Lipp, Thomas, ii. 136, 222. 

Knight, 1618. 

Walter, i. 470. 

Lismorensis, Episcopns, see Argyle, 

Bishop of. 
listona, Reginaldns de, i. 625. 

Rogems de, iii. 5. 

litstar, Willelmns, Notarius, iv. 234. 
litle, Edwardns, Bnrgensis de Edin- 
burgh, iv. 667. 
Livingston, Lord, James, i. 427; ii. 
315 ; iii. 98, 324, 327, 444, 472, 
514, 578 ; iv. 63, 68, 69, 77, 78, 79. 

Thomas, iii. 319. 

Master of^ Alexander, iiL 136, 

157. 

Alexander, of Calendar, iii. 

93. 

Knight, iv. 49, 

67, 193, 436, 437. 

of Donypaoe, iii, 36. 

David, Parson of Ayr, iii. 102, 

276, 348. 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



177 



Livingston, David, Praepositns de Lin- 
clnden, iv, 215. 

Gteorge, Minister at Kin- 
cardine, i. 227. 

Henry, iv. 360. 

Jacobus de, Camerarius 

Scotiae, iv. 89. 

James, iv. 49, 196. 

Gbeat Chamberlain, ii., 

343. 

John, iv. 49. 

Vicar of Inverugj, ii. 

398 ; iv. 62. 

Patrick, iv. 65. 

Robert, iii. 129; iv. 197. 

Knight, i. 274. 

of Drumrj, E[night, iii. 

324 ; iv. 191, 193. 

William, Knight, i. 539 ; iii. 

573. 
Lockhart, Grace, wife of John, Earl of 
Aboyne, i 634. 

John, Prebendary of Liver- 
keithny, ii. 318. 
Logane, Robertas, de Restalrig, L 

502. 
Logic, Captain, L 325, 326. 

George, ii. 433. 

Brother John, iiL 251. 

John, ii. 388. 

of That nk, iii. 133. 

Patrick, L 576. 

Logtonn, Johahnes de, Clerioas Sancti 

Andree, L 274. 
Londoniis, Robertas de, i. 496 ; ii. 41, 

42. 
Longovile, Sir Thomas de, i. 829. 

Thomas de, i. 829, 563. 

Loreng^, Robertas de, iv. 117. 



Lorn, Dominns de, Johannes Senes- 

calli, iii. 96. 

Robertas Stewart^ iii. 

582, 583. 

Lothane, Thomas, de Rethy de Tervas, 

i. 342. 

Lothian, Archdeacon of, Andrew, iii. 4. 

Archibald Whitlawe, iv. 

63, 214, 216, 357. 

John, i. 176. 

Loury, Willelmus, Sabcantor Brechin- 

ensis, iii. 273. 

Lonthre, David, Kjiight, L 625. 

Lovat, Lord, Alexander, i. 409; iv. 

234. 

Hagh Fraser, iv. 656. 

Simon Fraser, ii. 392. 

Level, Henry, of Ballamby, iii. 139. 

Richard, iv. 267. 

of Ballamby, iii. 166, 

167. 

Robert, of Ballamby, ii 372. 

Lownane, Frater Dancanas, iii. 119 ; 

iv. 29, 82. 

Walteras de, Notarias, iii. 

317. 

Ladan, Thomas de, Yicarios de Boair- 

din, i. 568. 

Lalach, ii. 176, 177. 

Lamgeir, Thomas de, iii. 461. 

Lamsden of Caimdai, i 636. 

of Cashnie, i. 593. 

..TT.. Alexander, i. 182 ; iv. 762. 

Parson of Flisk, i. 595 ; 

iii 472. 

Arthar, iv. 328. 

Henry, iii. 58. 

Parson of Kinkell, ii. 

250. 

23 



'■f 



^^^^^1 INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^^^H Lnmsden, Henry, Prebendary of Kin- 


Lonan, Alexander, Minister of Daviot. ^ 


^^^^^^H 


i. 581. 1 


^^^^^^H 


Ltindy, Andreas, iii, 472. 1 


^^^^^H 


SirJohn.ofThatUk, i. 166, 1 


^^^^^^H 753, 754. 


608, 610. J 


^^^^^H ofCiiBlmie,iv.^27,32e, 


Nicholana de, Camerarius de ^^^J 


^^^^^B 


Aberbrotbock, ii. 130. ^^H 




Bobertus, Filius Willelml ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Vicar of Tarres, i. 335. 


R«giB, Ui. ^^M 


^^^^^^H M&tUiew, 


de Balgony, 1£\bb, ^^^M 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H 


Landyn, Philippos de, ii. 233 ; iv. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H IT. 4AS, 624, 762. 


695. ^^W 


^^^^^^H NotATjr, iv. 33i, 335, 


Thomas, Filins Malcolmi de, ^ 


^^^^^^H 


It. 694. J 


^^^^^^^K 


UostiariuB Kegis, ii. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^H of CoUieBtonn, iv. 762. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Robert, i. 


LnpoUna, Robertns, iv. 609. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 135 ; 278 


Lntare, WiUelmns, iv. 131. ^^H 


^^^^^^H ' 323, 460, 624, 


liayd, David, Capellanaa, iT. 657. ^^^| 


^^^^^H The YoQDger, IT. 660. 


Lurgot, Edward, i. 304. ^^M 


^^^^^H of CloTa, 


Lyctonti, Dnncanns, i. 516. ^^^W 


^^^^^^H 40O, 467 ; 526, 660, 


LyeU, Alexander, iv. 90, 631 . ^ 


^^^^^^H 


.\ndrew, see Aberdeen, Trea- J 


^^^^^^Bt of CQBhme,iii. 501. 


Barer of. ^J 


^^^^^^K of 


David, iv. 66. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 498 iv. 144, 322, 


Minister at Montrose. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^H 326, 334, 333, 336, 350, 417, 445. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Notary, iii 15, 70, 71, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H BargesB of Aberdeen, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 115 iv. 648, 657, 


Sir Davy 456. ^^H 


^^^^^H Notary, iv. 4S6. 


Robert, of Dnohale, it. 194, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


393, 399. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Brother WiUiam, ii. 237, 238. ^^H 


^^^^^H 323, 334 


WiUiam, iii. 397. ^^H 


^^^^^H ofMidlar,iT. 822. 


Lyle, Lord, Robert, ii. 315, 316; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Prebendary of Kinkell, 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Lyn, Thomas, Anoiger, iii. 517. ^^^^| 


^^^^^^1 William, IT. 687. 


Lyntou, Fi-ater Dand de, ii. 247. ^^^| 







^^^^^P INDEX 179 ^^1 


Lyon, Lord, John, iv, 118. 


Mac Conill Koye, Fyndlayns, ii, 261. ^^^H 


Alexander, see Murray, Pre- 


Mac Cullooh, Thomas, Minister of ^^^^| 


centor of. 


^^^H 


David, i. 896; iii. 335; iv. 


Mac Ferkar, Macbeth, CapeUanne, ii. ^^^^| 


67, 437. 


^^^1 


ofKynnel, iii. 154. 


Mac Ferqnhar Mao Lavrny, Johannes, ^^^^^| 


Parson of Forbes, iv. 


^^^1 


409, 410. 


Mac Farter, Johannes, a. 261. ^^^| 


Prebendary of Forbes, 


Mac Gartned, Dancanas, ii. 217. ^^^H 


iv. S?l. 


Mac Gillandris, Thomas, i. 617 ; iv. ^^^H 


Jameo, iv. 6?, 437. 


^^^H 


John, i. 549; ii. 331, 380. 


Mac GUlecrifit, Alan, ii. 15. ^^^| 


Knight, i. 491; ii.227, 


Andreas, ii. 261. ^^^H 


363. 


Thomas, ii. 261. ^^H 


of Cnrtaston, iv. C16. 


Mac Gille Patrick Johannes, ii. 261. ^^H 


ofGlftmmis, i.288. 


Mac Gow, Alexander, ii. 261. ^^H 


Patrick, of Kinghom, Knight, 


Mac Gyllebride, Elysannt, il 303. ^^H 


iv. 341, 396. 


Mac Hutcheon, Adamns, ii. 262. ^^H 


Thomas, l 396. 


Mac Indoqahy, Alexander, ii. 262. ^^H 


W., ofComalegie, i. 115. 


Mao Xntalyour, Adamns, ii. 262. ^^M 




Mac Intosh, Alan, iv. 402. ^^H 


ofComaiegie, iii. 429, 


Dnncau, Chief of Clan ^^^H 


430; iv. 635. 


Chattan, iv. 402. ^^H 


.„ Bnrgeas of Aberdeen, 


John, ii. 261. ^^H 


iii. 216. 


Lachlan, iv. 402. ^^H 


Lype. Thomas, i. 307. 


Klac Jokke, Willelmns, ii. 262. ^^H 


Lyswis, WiUelmns de, iv. 697. 


Maokay, John, iv. 343. ^^^H 


I^tiU, James, Chaplain, iv. 672. 


Mac Eeltcis Mac Condoqnhy Moir, ^^^| 




DuncannG, ii. 261. ^^H 


Mic Ago, WiUelmns, ii. 261. 


Mac Kennayth, ChristiniiB, ii. 217. ^^^^| 


Mac Allan, Willelmoa, ii. 261. 


Mac Kenzio of Dalmore, i. 643. ^^^H 


Mac Androw, Johannes, iL 2G1. 


Daniel, Minister of Ab- ^^^H 


Mac Anchell, Thomas, ii. 261. 


ii. 290, 294. ^^H 


Mac Barnat, Donaldns, ii. 261. 


Mac Kere, WiUehnos, ii. 261. ^^^| 


Mac Blako, WUlelmuB, U. 2C1. 


Mac Keran, John, ii. 289. ^^^| 


MnkaUum Mac Andro, 


Mackessie, Donaldns, i 458. ^^^| 


WiUelmns, ii. 262. 


Uackgilleon, Engenius Donaldi, iii. ^^^^^| 


Mac Callan, Thomas, ii. 261. 


^^H 


Mac Chandyt, Jacobus, ii. 261. 


Hector, de Loichbowe, iv. 5ie. ^^H 



^^^^^1 180 INDEX OF ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Mackgillean, Lachlanna, de Doward, W. 


Mac WilUan, Thomas, ii. 261. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^M 


Mac Wrm, Johannes, ii. 261. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^M Senescallns ComitiB 


Mac Yndow, Andreas, ii. 261. ^MB 


^^^^^^^^M 




^^^^^^H Mackie, 


Thoiras, ii. 261. 1 


^^^^^^^1 William, iii. 3GB. 


M'Birnie, John, Minister at Abordeon, ■ 


^^^^^^^M Mackilledored, Maldoucnin, ii. 


^m 


^^^^^^^^M Mac Kymmey, Johaimes, ii. 262. 


M'Cans, Alexander, de Arduamertho, ^^^^| 


^^^^^^^^H Mac Lea, Duncan, Minister of Kirk- 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^P 


M'Ghie, Alexander, of ArtrocUie, iii. 




92. 


^^^^^^H Mac Leod, Ror;, of Lewes, i. 467 ; 


Hngh, of Artroohie, iti. 92. 


^^^^^H 


:..". of DorskhiU. iii. 92. 


^^^^^^H WiUinin, of Glenelg, i. 


M'Gill, Darid, of Cranstone lUddell, 


^^^^^H iS7 


iv. 52. 


^^^^^^H Macmadetby, Malotheny, ii. H03. 


Advocatus, iv. 747. 


^^^^^^H MacmedthjB, Coepatric, ii. 391, 394 ; 


James, iv. 276. 


^^^^^H 


M'Graaycht, Alester, W. 777. 


^^^^^H :MiUotben, ii. 391. 


M'Grumane, John, iv. 474. ^H 


^^^^^H Mac KeiU, MalcQlmas, da Giaja, i. 437 ; 


M'Keuzie, Alexander, of KintaU, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Mao Oan Kathri de Allethan, i. 407. 


George, Clerk Register, iii. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H Mac Pbail, Alexander, 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


Thomas, of Pluscarden, iv. ^^^^M 


^^^^^H Donald, ii. 261, 262. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


M'Ejnncir, Patrick, iv. 56, 57, 58. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Macbeth, King of Scots, i. 9 ; ii. 176. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^H Mac PbersoQ, Alexander, ii. 264, 265. 


Maohar. St., i. 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Mac B«acLan, Alexander, ii. 261. 


144, US. 267, 268, 589. ^^H 


^^^^^^B Mac Robie Mae Callam Dow Frndlay- 


Machnt, St., i. 646. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Magni, Rogeraa, i. 196 ^^H 


^^^^^^^H Mao TfaomoB, Johannes, 


Magnus, St., i. 446 ; ii. 296. 309. ^^M 


^^^^^^H WiUolmas. iL 261. 


Filins Comitis Colben, ii. 427, ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Mac William, Alexander, 


^^^1 


^^^^^^H 


Maidens, Tbe Niae, i. 275, 595. J^^H 


^^^^^^^^P Dancanns, ii. 2G1. 


Mair, WUliam, ii. 369 ; iv. 125. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^H 


Maistertotin, Robertas, do Parkinylne, -^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


iv. 804. ^^H 



^^^H^^^H INDEX ^^H 


^^^M ■■ -i 


^^^^^M 


llMdandofPitrichie, i. 71, 111, 357, 


Makbeathe (aUas CliddisdaUe), Jo- ^^H 


360. 


hanDea,iii.451. ^^^1 


Dr. Chariee. i. 322. 


Makcane, Alexander, of Ardnamerchen, ^^^^^^^H 


Sir Chariee, of Pitrichie, iii. 


^^^M 


71, 74, 558. 


Mikdowell, Edward, iii. S99. ^^^^^H 


Jamea, ii. 217. 


Vicar of Los;, iv. 449. ^^^^^H 


..". of Manlattie, iv. 674. 


Maieaon, David, iv. 635. ^^^^^^H 


Ch^lain. iv. 432. 


Jolm, Nolar;, W. 677. ^^H 


' John, Chaplain. iL 252. 


OliTir, iv. S06. ^^H 


Merione, ii. 433. 


Slak-fetj, Dancanai, i. 1S4. ^^^^H 


1 Patrick, ii. 262 ; iv. 462. 


Makgill, JaooboB, de BaalicldoDr ^^^^^H 


„.... Knight, iii. 68, 69. 


Kathir, ii. 93 ^^^^^M 


of Kamfeicbell and 


^^^H 


Aoohinorive, i. 357. 


Malcgillano, Laohlan, i. US. ^^^1 


1 of Nftttirdnle, i. 485. 


Maiigiileoii, Hector, of Loichbow, i. ^^^H 


of Sohiyes, Knight, iv. 


^H 


401. 


La«hIaD,DfDaward, i. 487. ^^^H 


Biobard, of Letbingtoon, ii. 




! 93. 


Malfillelcere, Jolin, iv. 474, 475. ^^^H 


i Sir Eichard, of Pitrichie, i. 


Maifkcsose, PatriclE, i. 303. ^^^H 


1 858; iii. 74, 75, 558, 55&; iv. 


Halinerioa, Hanricni, iii. 581. ^^H 


1^^ 569. 


Maloialiai, Jobannei, iii. 368. ^^H 


^^K Bicbard, Minister of Kigg, i. 


Malmde, Aleiander, Notar;, iii. 197 ; ^^H 


^m 


^^H 


^H Bobert, i?. 551. 


Makroa, Jacobaa, ii. 262. ^^H 




Malbrigte Mac Cbaibail, iv. 546. ^^H 


of Ancbtoacrew, iv. 


Halcolaim Mac Oinaedba, £iag of ^^H 


5S2. 


Alban, iv. ^^^H 


ofNattirdnle, i. 525. 


Malcolm I., King of Soota, i. G31. ^^H 


of Schives, i. 344, 345. 


n i. 128, 141, 149, ^^H 


1 Walter, iv. 674. 


^^H 


WiUiam, iv. 160. 


UI. i 9, 169, 171, ^^H 


ofLethmgtonn, iv. 109. 


172, 374, 375 ; il 84, 176 ; iv. ^^H 


Hakalloine, Johannes, de InTemanis, 


^^^M 


iv. 782, 783. 


lY 88, 144, 146, ^^^H 


Makalloune, Alexander, iv. 476, 


160, 246; u. 230, 233, 397; iii. ^^^H 


Jobn, iv. 476, 477. 


77, 164, 163, 193, 205, 209, 210, ^^H 




253, 369,428, 441, 454; iv. 486, ^^H 


iv. 766. 


^^^1 



^^^^H 182 INDEX OF ^^^| 


^^^^^^H Malcolm, son of Earl Dnnoan, L 


Ualysou, Jobo, BurgeBS of Aberdeen, V 


^^^^^H 


iii. 216. 1 


^^^^^^H son of Mor^and, ir. 


Thomas, Notary, iii. 556 ; iv. ■ 


^^^^^^^^^^1 M&loolmDB, CanooioaB do Aberdeou, 


495. ^ 


^^^^^^H 


Men, Alexander, iv. 104. 


^^^^^^H FUiua 


Bee Roes, Archdeacon 


^^^^^^^k BeitoM, i. 


of. 


^^^^^^^^^^M FUins Morgnndi, i. 164. 


John, iv. 496. 


^^^^^^^^P PersoiiB do AucbterleBS, 


Maneris, StephannB, Viearins de Pin- 


^^^^^^H 


tray, iu. 86, 196. 207. 


^^^^^^^^H Pmcorna WUlelrai Regis, li. 


Thomas, iv. 495. 


^^^^^^H 


Manire, St., i. 135, 136, 137, 641 ; ii. ■ 


^^^^^■1 SeneBcalloa, i. 


^^m 




Mantair, Frater ChristophoruB, iii. 251. ^^H 


^^^^^H Ualooliom &Iac Molioi, w. 548. 


Mar, Count«sB of, Agnes, ii. 15, 16, 18, ^^H 


^^^^^^H Haloolnm Mac Clnatha, iv. 547. 


19, 20, 21, 24 ; iv. 690, 691, 692, ^^H 


^^^^^H Mac Cnleon, It. S46. 


^^H 


^^^^^^H Mac MaelbHghte, iy. 547. 


£len,iT.6de. ^^H 


^^^^^^( M&lcalvB, Judex do File, ii. 


Kuffunia, iv. 204. ^^^| 


^^^^^^1 UtilcomBon, Jamos, iv. 488. 


Isobel, i. 82 ; iii. 201 ; ^^H 


^^^^^^1 MaJdavate, Matilda ii. 140. 


iv. 153, 154, 155, 162, 163, 167. ^H 


^^^^^^^^H MaledouD, eon of Mac Bead, 


171, 173, 188, 205, 207, 310, 211, ^^H 


^^^^^H 


714. ^H 


^^^^^^^^1 Maleaono, TLomaa, 


DouglM, i. 83, ^H 


^^^^^^^K Malgirc Mac Tralin, iv. 


147, 425. 626; ii. 9, 814. 363, ^^ 


^^^^^^^^H Malisina, Filios Comitis Fertet, iii. 


372 ; iv. 234, 235. 241, 242, 243, T 


^^^^^^^M 402 694. 


244, 846, 247, 248, 249, 252, 253, J 


^^^^^^^1 Malkaraieton, de, 


254, 256, 267, 259, 260, 262, 263. ^^B 


^^^^^^^^M Malothem Fmter Cospatank, i. 409. 


264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 272. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


273, 274, 275, 276. 277, 282, 283. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^1 MaJsnccta Mac Lnlaigh, King of Mnr- 


284, 285, 286, 287, 288. S89, 292. ^^H 


^^^^^H my, 


293, 294, 295, 299, 300, 309. 310. ^^H 


^^^^^H Mabinecte Mac Laloig, iv. 547. 


373, 486, 730, 732. ^^H 


^^^^^^H ilalvoisio, WiUiam, see St. Andrews, 


Stewart, iv. 714. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H 


Margaret, ilL 369, 576 ; ^^H 


^^^^^H MalycesoD, Malcolm, 


160, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^B Malyson, Gilbert, Burgess of Aberdeen, 


Stewart, iv. 724. ^^^H 


^^^^^^B 


Muriel, iv. 699. ^^^M 


^^^^^^^1 

^^^^i.^^ 


Orabilis, iv. 692. ^^H 



^^^^H INDEX OF ^^1 


P Mar and Angus, Conntess of, Ikt&r- 


Mar, Earl of, Oilchmt, i. 170, 174, ^^^H 


1 garet, iv. 161, 165. 


176, 588, 602, 603; ii. 190. 101, ^^^H 


^^^^ and Garioch, ConnteBs of, 


302, 322 ; iv. 693, 694, 695. ^^^H 


^^K Isobel, i. 231 ; iv. IGG, li37, 753. 


GiUoolier, i. 154; iv. ^^^H 


^^^H and Oariocb, Countesa of, 


^^^1 


^^M iBobet Donglaa, iii. 441 ; iv. 163, 


James, iv. 744, 745. ^^^H 


^^M 165, 161). 167,169, 188. 


Douglas, i. 83. ^^^| 


^^^H .... Elarl of, Alexander, iv. 174, 


John, L TO, 83, 531. 570. ^^H 


^^1 185, 186, 204. 208, 211, 212, 234, 


591, 643 ; ii. 11 ; iii. 197, 397, 398, ^^H 


^^B 235, 253, 254, 256, 2S7, 260, 262, 


418, 447, 474, 475, 522, 580 ; iv. ^^^H 


^^H 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 


304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 313, 317, ^^^H 


^^H 270, 276, 281, 282, 283, 2B4, 285, 


438, 736. ^^^H 


^^m 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 


Lord Erskioe, iv. ^^^^| 


^^M 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 209, 


237, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, ^^H 


^^H 300, 301, 302, 337, 392, 452, 


247, 252, 263, 254, 262, 265, 272, ^^H 


^^H 


273, 275, 747, 748. ^^H 


^^H Stevsrt, i. 23, 


Stewart, i. 83. ^^M 


^^H 83, 147. 425, 492, 526, 541, 555, 


^^M 


^^^L 556; it 296, 306, 314, 380; iii. 


Malcolm, iv. 695. ^^^| 


^^^B 96, 200, 201, 351, 397, 443, 458, 


Martacb, iv. 690, 691. ^^^| 


^^H 517, 577, 578 ; iv. 143, 169, 170, 


Morgnnd, i. 632 ; ^^^^| 


^^H 172, 173, 175, 176, 177, 178, 


14, 16, 18. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 ; ^^^^^^M 


^^H 179, 181, 182, 183, 186, 187, 205, 


iv. 690, 691, 692, 6H 695, 690. ^^^^^^| 


^^H 380, 381, 383, 390, 431, 452, 


Robert, iii. 441 ; ^^^^^^| 


^^™ 486. 


49, 252, 253, 2^, 263, 265, 270, ^^^H 


f Charles, iii. 50, 404. 


^^^H 


1 Donald, ii. 312, 313; 


Coofanm, i. 34, ^^^| 


^^^ iii. 125, 369, 416; iv. 151, 181, 


^^^H 


^^^L 198, 235, 805. 306, 307, 600, C98, 


Erskine, iv. 190, ^^H 


^^^B 699, 700, 701, 702, 704, 705, 709, 


191, 197, 198, 241, 242, 243, 244, ^^^H 


^^^1 710, 711, 712, 715, 725. 


254, 305, 306, 393, 452. ^^H 


^^^1 Dancan, l 567, 608. 


Botheri, iv. 691. ^^H 


^^H 604 1 ii. 22, 23, 86; iv. 149, 692, 


Thomas, i, 82, 151, 2»2, ^^^| 


^^V: 694, 695, 696. 


537, 539, 548, 549, 618; ii. 10, ^^H 


P a., i. 173, 510; iii 402; 


25, 305, 312, 314, 387 ; iii. 369, ^^H 


1 iv. 467, 694. 


416, 573 ; iv. 147, 155, 156, 157, ^^H 


t Gartiiey,i.88; ii. 313; 


1£8, 159, 160, 1 75, 198, 276, 306, ^^H 


^^^ iv. 197, 198, 205, 235, 305, 306, 


373, 451, 4«7, 715, 716, 717, 718, ^^H 


^^^1 695,707,712,715. 


719, 720, 721, 722, 723, 726, 752. ^^H 




^^^^3 



lU 



INDEX OP PEBS0X8. 



Xtf, Eari oi, WffljaiD, L 340, 372, 

470, 548, 603 ; iL 23, 24 ; m. 125, 

141, 181 ; ir. 149, 692, 6%, 697. 

DoogljMi, L 82. 

^.... and Garioch, Earl cft, John, i. 

S51. 552 ; iL 316. 
Bobert, it. 201, 

235,734. 
...••• Comes de, Alezaodcr pre* 

tensos, ir. 433. I 
ICaster ot, Thomas, it. 

189, 190. 
Mormaor ot, Domhnall Mac 

Eimbiii Mic Cainigfa, iT. 691. 

Ade,iL263. 

...... Alexander, Bnrgeaa of Aber- 
deen, L 472 ; iii. 46, 147, 452, 507, 

508. 

DaTid, iT. 354, 526. 

brother of Elarl ot, 

iT. 712. 
brother of Donald, 

Earl oC iL 313. 
son of Dnncan, Earl of^ 

i. 604. 

see Murray, Treasurer 

of 

of Kingshill, iiL 215, 

220, 568. 
Baillie of Aberdeen, iiL 

278. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 147. 
Donald, son of William, Earl 

o£;iL24 

Duncan, iT. 702. 

son of William, Earl 

o( ii. 24. 
Eljne of; iT. 205, 235. 



; Gartneiaa de, fiUns eomitis dm 
Mar, iT. 703, 704, 705, 706, 707. 
... Gilberi, ir. 702. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iiL 216. 

... Jamea, rr. 702. 
... Johannes, Bslims de Aber- 
deen, iiL 144, 184, 452, 454, 50a 
. Jc^ iL 327 ; iT. 190. 

of KingBwallia, iiL217. 

Baillie of TinKthgow, 

iT. 702. 

BnrgesB of Aherdeen^ 

iiL 155, 272, 548. 

Canon of Aberdeen, L 

539, 548; iL 10; iT. 155, 451, 
467, 716, 717, 718, 752. 

Chaplain, L 549. 

Parson of InTemoditj, 

L 618 ; iT. 723. 

Sheriff-de|mte of Aber- 
deen, iii. 14, 536. 
... Malcolm, son of Churtnej, 
Earl of; iT. 695. 

son of Morgnmd, Earl 

of; iL 17. 

... Sir Matthew, iiL 42a 

... Morgmm, &ther of Dnncan, 

Earl of; L 603, 604. 

... Morgnnd, son of Gillocher, 

Earl of; iT. 147, 148, 149, 150, 

151. 

Robert, BnrgesB of Aberdeen, 
iiL 216. 

... Thomas, Borgess of Aber- 
deen, iiL 274. 
... William, iL 19, 20, 109. 

son of Duncan, Earl of, 

U.23. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



185 



Mar, William, Bargess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 87. 
Reader and Exhorter 

at Banohorj-Devenick, i. 226. 
March, Earl of, George, ii. 31, 886, 

351 ; iiL 96 ; iv. 88. 

Patrick, ii. 37 ; iii. 

573. 
and Murray, Earl of, Patrick, 

i. 540, 560 ; iv. 156. 
Margaret, Qaeen, wife of Alexander 

III., iv. 697. 
wife of James III., iii. 

453, 523 ; iv. 64. 
wife of James IV., iiL 

55, 453 ; iv. 64, 529. 
of Norway, Qaeen of Scots, i. 

162 ; iv. 602. 
daughter of Alexander III., i. 

286. 

sister of David II., u. 49. 

Marischal, Countess of, Margaret Keith, 

iv. 594, 595, 623, 625. 

Mary Erskine, i. 249. 

Earl of, George, i. 29, 96, 187, 

191, 400, 416, 417, 420; ii. 423, 

437, 439 ; iii. 383, 571 ; iv. 556, 

557, 558, 594, 626, 627, 629, 630, 

768. 

John, i 438. 

Earl of, Robert, i. 159; iv. 

553. 
William, i. 126, 187, 

281, 321, 383, 385, 417, 438, 570, 

610 ; ii 93, 103, 366, 390, 431, 

435, 444, 445 ; iii. 117, 118, 128, 

129, 146, 148, 213, 301, 327, 328, 

329, 330, 417, 522, 540, 541 ; iv. 

30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 40, 71, 77, 474, 



555, 595, 597, 598, 620, 623, 624, 
625, 638. 
Marischal, Master of, William, ii. 400 ; 
iii. 117; iv. 598, 623, 638. 

Affrica, i. 316, 317. 

Alexander, iv. 556. 

David, ii. 42 ; iv. 695. 

Janet, Heiress of Esselmont, 

i. 304. 

John, Notary, iii. 306. 

Malcolm, i. 316, 317, 524 ; iii. 

93, 263. 

of MeikleArveninche, i 

316. 

Richard, i 625; ii. 195. 

William, i. 316, 317. 

Marjorybanks, Johannes, L 385. 

Thomas, iv. 332. 

de Ratho, iii. 36. 

Mark, Adamus, iv. 457. 
Maries wanus, ii. 15. 
Maman, Si, i. 597, 598 ; ii. 189. 
Mamo, Alexander, iv. 347. 

Willelmus, iv. 347. 

Marshe, Johannes, iv. 108. 
Martin, Frater Alanus, iii. 251. 

Henry, iii. 109. 

Hugh, ii. 235, 236. 

James, minister of Petemgie, 

Robert, iv. 36. 

Vicar of Garvock, iii. 

541. 

Roger, iv. 108. 

William, ii. 45. 

Reader at Banff, i. 

228. 

Martinus, Medicus Willelmi Regis, ii. 

119. 

24 





186 INDEX OF PERSONS. ^^^^^| 




Maiy, Qneen of ScotB, i. 17, 83, 113, 


Matbulnocb. St., L 632. ^^H 




424,425,431,528,531,612,621; 


Matilda, Qoeen, wife of David 1.. i. ^^H 




ii. 87, 95, 09, 174, 225, 272, 320, 


246, 625. ^^H 




869; iii. 35. 18G. 193, 215, 344, 


MaUheas, CaaoeUarins, ii. 283. ^ 




349, 359, 478, 550 ; iv. 100, 101, 


Capollanos, ii. 120, 121 ; iv. ■ 




223, 234, 252, 255, 275, 291, 298, 


735. ^^m 




322, 326, 330, 333, 363, 3(54, 3(55, 


Mattbei Epiecopi Ab< ^^^| 




421, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 


erdoneoBiB, !. 154. ^^^^| 




467, 463, 475, 524^ 530, 531, 552, 


ClerioQB, i. 293. ^^M 




558, 662, 576, 577, 583, 684, 585, 


Matthet Episoopi Ab- 




594, 620, 634, 635, 636, 637, 645, 


erdonenaiB, ii. 120. 




646, 648, 657, 667, 672, 677, 742, 


FalconarioB, i. 247. 




743. 


SeneecalluB Matthei Episoopi 




Queen of Great Britain, iii. 


Aberdonensis, i. 154. 




355, 390. 415, 


Matthew, Andrew, iii. 331. 




Qaeen, wife of James II., iv. 


Notary, iii, 187, 196. 




185. 


James, iv. 347. 




of Lorraine, Qaeen, wifo of 


Parson of Aberdoar, ii. 120. 




James V,, iv. 758, 759. 


121, 373. ^H 




Qaeen of Man, and CoaDtesa 


Matthews, WilUam, iv. 20. ^^H 




of Stratherne, iv. 701. 


Mattbiesoa, Alexander, iii. 46; iv. ^^^H 




Mason, Alexander, Bee Fyvie, Prior of. 


^^H 




iii. 59. 


Andrew, i. 573. ^^^H 




AndreWjCanon of MonjmiiBk, 


John, Notary, iv. 651. ^^^H 




iii. 489, 493. 


Richard, iv. 462. ^^^H 




George, ii. 333. 


Maule. David, iv. 678. ^^^H 




Hector, ii. 363. 


Maaleverer, f^imon, ii. 398. ^^^H 




John, ii. 431. 


Matmsel, Walter, ii. 30, ^^^H 




SMin, Minister at InBch, i. 






227. 


Clencas Episcopi Aberdoneif ^^^| 




WillolmnB. Monachna de Lin- 


^^^1 




dorea, iii. 394, 410. 


^^^1 




Massie, Alexander, Notary, ii. 333, 


Persona deTarves,i. 154. ^^^| 




355,357; iii. 29; iv. 46. 


Rector de Lnmplin, i. 456. ^^^^H 




>jidrow. Notary, iv. 689. 


Maatolent, Wiilelmos, i. 295. ^^^H 




Matthew, iv. 46. 


Maauinesone, Andreas, ii. 836. ^^^| 




Matadin the Judge, iv. 548. 


Maferiti, Stephanas, iv. 451. ^^^^H 




Mfttain Mao CaeriU, iv. 646. 


Mavor, Dr. William Fordyc«, i, 406. ^^^| 


^^^H- 


Matalane, Patricins, iv. 63. 


Maxwell, Enstacins de, iv. 114. ^^^| 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



187 



Maxwell, J. de, Gamerarius, i. 258. 

John, see Boss, Bishop of. 

L624;ii.ll9. 

Knight, i. 274. 

of Pollock, L 330. 

Chaplain, iii. 154. 

Notary, i. 396. 

Bobert, i. 502. 

Mazota, St., i. 274, 275, 596 ; iii 289, 

290, 291. 
Meams, Alexander, iii. 474. 

William, iii. 474, 475. 

Medan, St., i. 432 ; ii. 385, 386. 
Meggot filius David, i. 311. 
Meikle, Bicbard, Notary, iii. 12. 
Meldmm of That Bk, i. 558. 

of Hatton, i. 508. 

Alexander, H 218, 334, 335 ; 

iv. 188. 

of Fyvie, i. 271, 272. 

of Hatton, iii. 572. 

Andrew, i. 287, 288 ; ii. 819 ; 

iv. 740. 

of Fyvie, iii. 45. 

apparent of Jackston, 

iii 45. 

ofBothiebrisbane, iiL45. 

Archibald, of Gleesoh, iv. 49. 

Donald, ii. 38. 

George, ii. 328, 329, 330, 331, 

334, 335, 336. 

of Auchneive, iii. 468. 

of Fyvie, Knight, i. 

494 ; iii. 256, 567 ; iv. 346, 624. 

L 290, 315, 504 ; 

iL 333, 334, 335, 336 ; m. 65, 70, 
78, 94, 105, 126, 170, 255, 256, 
259, 305, 340, 408, 411, 553 ; iv. 
37, 111, 112, 113, 121, 231, 417. 



Meldrom, Qeorge, of Pitkerry, ii. 11, 
367. 
G^eorgins, Feodator de Fyvie, 

iv. 442. 
Henry, Prebendary of Kel- 

more, iiL 511. 

James, ii. 172. 

of Hatton, iii. 572. 

Notary, iii. 56. 

John, i. 269, 271, 319 ; ii. 38, 

333, 367; iii. 45; iv. 579. 

of That Bk, iii. 417. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iL 333 ; iii. 259. 

Chaplain, iii. 44. 

Margareta, socia Willelmi de 

Achneef, iii. 43. 

Patrick, iii. 45 ; iv. 456, 579. 

of Edane, iiL 34. 

Philip, L 196, 470, 498; iL 146. 

Knight^ L 287, 288, 561, 

562 ; ii. 319. 

Bobert, ii. 367. 

of CoUyhill, iii. 45. 

Thomas, Knight, iii. 263. 

of Auchynewe, i. 273, 

274. 
of Edane, L 290; iL 

370; iiL 553, 568; iv. 88. 

Thomas, of Fyvie, iii. 536, 537. 

Sir Thomas, Parson of Auchin- 

doir, iv. 451, 467. 

W. de. Knight, L 340. 

William, L 269, 270, 271, 319, 

324, 470 ; iL 74, 218, 334, 387 ; 

iii. 428 ; iv. 722, 723. 
of That Bk, L 844, 

845, 558. 
of Achneef iv. 443. 



183 



DTDEX OP PERSONS. 



Meidmm, William^ of Achneef and Pet- 
karrj, iii. 43. 

of Fyvie, i 497, 498, 

504; ii. 210, 212, 213, 271, 328, 
329, 330, 331, 332, 367; iiL 45, 
259, 535, 536, 537, 554, 567 ; it. 
Ill, 112,113. 

• •••••• of Hation, iii. 572. 

ofMeldram,iii.61,417. 

Pariah Clerk of Fj vie, 

ii. 335. 

Sheriff of Aberdeen, i. 

618. 

Vicar of Brechin, iii. 

511. 
Melgin, Alexander, iy. 688. 
Melgnni, Viscount of, John, i. 519. 
Melrose, Abbot of, A., L 174. 

Andrew, iv. 119. 

Lawrence, iii. 428. 

Melton, Sir Ralph of, ii. 319. 
Melville, Andrew, i. 167, 387. 

of Camnaj, iii. 263. 

Galfndas de, ii. 15. 

George, iv. 117. 

Minister at Newhills, 

iii. 215. 

Gregorins de, ii. 56, 72. 

John, i. 470. 

of Harviston, iii. 441 ; 

iv. 202. 

Malcolm, ii. 303. 

P. de. Sheriff of Aberdeen, ii. 

19. 

PhiUp, ii. 55, 56, 57, 72. 

Knight, i. 338. 

Melvin, Alexander, Mams Deputatns 
Vicecomitatas de Aberdeen, ii. 
335 ; iii. 15. 



Melvin, Andrew, Barges of Aber- 
brothock, i 512. 

Jolm, L 595 ; iii. 119. 

Frater Thomas, iiL 251. 

Walter, iv. 99. 

Meneth, Malisins de, iii. 83, 84. 
Meniers, Bobertns de, iii. 338. 
MenimioB, St., ii. 216. 
Menstrie, Alexander de, iv. 363. 
Menteith, Earl of, Maljse, ii. 401 ; iii. 
327. 

Robert, iL 305. 

W. Cnmjrn, i 337. 

Walter, iv. 698. 

Lady Eljne, wife of Sir John 

Menteith, iv. 188. 

Lord, John, iv. 198. 

Alexander, de Maner, i v. 304. 

David, Notary, iii. 580. 

Johannes de, i. 379; iii. 211. 

Miles, iv. 612. 

Sir John, Lord of Arran, iv. 

188, 615. 

Maleis, L 323. 

Mnrdachns de, ii. 227. 

Walteros de, de Pedinacalane, 

i. 323. 

Willelmus, de Kers, Miles, iv. 

202, 304. 
Menthet, John, iii. 51. 

Walter, ofPetmacaldor, iii . 51 . 

Menzies of Dnm, ii. 94. 

ofFindon, i. 264. 

of Fothergill, i. 579. 

of Kinmandy, i. 110. 

of Pitfoddels, i. Ill, 254, 300. 

• Alexander, L 518 ; ii. 431 ; iii. 

82, 278 ; iv. 84, 212, 261, 354, 
577. 



INDEX OF PEKSONS. 



189 



Meuzies, Alexander, younger of Ferry- 
hill, iii. 193, 194 

of Findon, iiL 446. 

ofLa8kgowny,iii.H4, 

145, 146, 147, 148. 
of Pitfoddels, iii. 273, 

276, 277, 287, 288 ; iv. 78, 92. 

of Watterton, iii. 19G. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, 

ii. 213 ; iii. 216, 274, 507. 
Provost of Aberdeen, 

iii. 46, 420, 458, 459, 464, 508, 

552, 560. 
Andrew, i. 283 ; ii. 327; iii. 

287, 288 ; iv. 88. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iu. 215, 217, 272. 

Charles, iii. 287. 

David, iii. 48, 278. 

of Ferryhill, iii. 195. 

David, junior of Laskgowny, 

iii. 146. 
senior of Laskgowny, 

iii. 146, 147. 
of Middle Pitfoddels, 

iii. 276, 287, 288, 452, 454, 

510. 
of Pitfoddels, i. 314; 

iv. 42. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 217, 258, .508. 
Minister at Banchory- 

Devenick, i. 226. 

Edward, Chaplain, iii. 220. 

Notary, iii. 195. 

Francis, of Balgowny, iii 1 75 . 

George, iv. 660. 

of Pitfoddels, iii. 287, 

288. 



• • • • 



Menzies, George, Heir of Pitfoddels, i. 

438. 
Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 
Gilbert, i. 209, 307, 556 ; iii. 

7, 8, 48, 278, 287, 404 ; iv. 42, 

72, 188, 200, 207, 341, 342, 390, 

396, 454, 532, 577, 660. 

of Bogfarlay, iii. 215. 

of CowHe, iii. 72, 73. 

of Findon, iv. 232, 635. 

of Kandars, iii. 287, 

288. 

of Knappemay, iii. 157. 

of Laskgowny, iii. 142, 

143, 144, 266. 
of Middle Pitfoddels 

and Findon, iii. 264, 265, 268, 

269, 270, 271, 272, 287, 288, 343, 

359. 
of Middle Pitfoddels, 

iii. 276, 287, 288. 
Sir Gilbert, of Pitfoddels, i. 

64 ; iii. 284, 285, 286. 
Gilbert, of Pitfoddels, Provost 

of Aberdeen, i. 78, 207, 314, 527 ; 

iii. 53, 71, 155, 248, 411,452, 454, 

564, 565. 
iii. 197, 278, 

279, 280, 287, 288, 568 ; iv. 99. 
younger of Pitfoddels. 

iii. 287. 

junior of Tullo, iii. 217. 

Burgess of Aberdeen, i. 

393. 
senior. Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 216. 
Provost of Aberdeen, i. 

622. 



^^^^^P 190 INDEX OF '^^^^^l 


^^^^V Uenzies, CKlbert, Sberiff-depate ofAb- 


215, 216, 220, 256, 277, 278, 279, ■ 


^^^H^ ordeen, iiL 536. 


288, 564, 56.5, 568. 


^^^^^^^ Jamea, iii. 287 ; iv. 99. 


MoDzies, Thomas, BargeBB of Aberdeen, 


^^^^^^^^L of Laakgowny, iii 144, 


iii. 215, 216. 


^^^^^H 5oa 


Provost of Aber- 


^^^^^^H John, iii. 


deen, iv. 100, 




WiUiam, iii. 278. 


^^^^^H of LoBkgowiiy, iiL 144, 


of Balgowny, iii. 175. 


^^^^^H 


of Pitfoddels, iii. 287. 


^^^^^^H Profeesor of Divinity, 


TonngerofRtfoddelB, 


^^^^^^H 


iii. 287. 


^^^^^H Patrick, L 209; iii. 278. 


Mercband, Prater Willelmos, ii. 237, _ 


^^^^^H of Feiryhill, 105 


^^^ 


^^^^^^■l 


MerlswannuB, Filina Cocnitis, ii 428. ^^^^H 


^^^^^^^^E BurgesB of Aberdeen, 


Mersar, Andrew, ii. 389, 390 ; iv. 83, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 Sir Pftnl, of KinmuQdy, i. 63. 


Knight, iii. 263. ^^H 


^^^^^^K Bobert, Ui. 378. 


of MekiUoQi-e, ii. 322. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Sir Robert, of Wejme, iii. S86, 


^^1 


^^^^^^^B 


Henry, of Andy, iv. 124. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 ... Hobert, BargeBS of Aberdeen, 


of MekiUonre, iv. 123. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Lawrence, iv. 682. ^^H 


^^^^^^H mtaiy, iv. 576. 


ofAady, iv.l22. ^^M 


^^^^^H Thomas,!. 118, 579; iii. 278; 


of Mekillonr, Knight, ^^M 


^^^^^H 


^^M 


^^^^^H of Balgowuie, iii. 


ofMaklni«,iv. 304. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Michael, ii. 222 ; iii. 263. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^1 Sir Thomas, of Ctdts, i. 


Robert, iv. 123, 124, 146. ^^M 


^^^^^^^1 Thomaa, of Drone, 


of Balleif, iv. 120. ^^1 


^^^^^^M 


Parson ab Banchory- ^^H 


^^^^^^^B 


Devenick, i. 226. ^H 


^^^^^^^H Sir Thomas, of Pitfoddels, iii. 


Prebendary of Ban- ^^^H 


^^^^^^1 


chory-Devenick, iii. 255, 381, 400. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Tfaomaf, of Pitfoddela, 310 


ProvoBt of Perth, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^m iL 366 ; iii. 287, 288 ; iy. 346, 354, 


^H 


^^^^^^M 526, 532, 577, 624, 625, 635, 660, 




^^^^^^B 


eusiB, iv. 498. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^B ProTOBt 


Aldermannas de Aber- ^^^H 


^^^^^^H Aberdeen, 129, 184, 195, 


■ deen, ia.45. ^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



191 



Mersar, William, i. 180, 182 ; iv. 537. 
Mes, Alevinus de, iy. 697. 
Mesone, Willelmus, iy. 734. 
MestoD, Professor William, L 402 ; ii. 

41. 
Meyners, Alexander de, iii. 211. 

Bobertas de, iL 109. 

Mejness, Alexander, of Porthyrgill, ii. 

389. 
Michael, Clericns, ii. 15, 192 ; iii 5 ; iy. 
693. 

Andree Episoopi Mo- 

rayiensis, ii. 193. 

• Bricii Episoopi Mo- 

rayiensis, iL 191. 

Matthei Episoopi Ab- 

erdonensis, ii. 120. 

Willelmi Episoopi 

Sancti Andree, i. 176, 257. 

Filios Morgandi, iy . 116. 

Pinoema, ii. 1G9, 279. 

William, iy. 488, 491. 

Hichaelis, Bobertas, de Hyrdman- 

stonna, Notarias, iii. 326. 
Middleton, Alexander, ii. 335 ; iy. 533. 

Notary, ii. 184 ; iy. 

281. 

Georgins, iiL 119 ; iy. 32, 

555, 556, 579. 

•••• Economns, ii. 431. 

Henry, i. 417 ; iy. 556. 

Major-Gbneral, iii. 280. 

Patrick, iii. 278, 279 ; iy. 36. 

Bobert, iii. 278, 279. 

Violet, wife of Qeorge Leslie 

of That Ilk, L 551. 

Walter, ii. 335. 

...... William, ii. 60. 

MUlar, Dayid, iy. 478. 



Millar, Jacobas, i. 385 ; iy. 366. 

John, iy. 52. 

Milne, Adam, iy. 348. 

Alexander, of Lnnford, iii. 

457. 

Andrew, ii. 432. 

Gawane, i. 573. 

John, ii. 45, 432 ; iy. 348. 

Bobert, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iy. 656. 

Thomas, i. 302. 

Beader at Bathelnie, 

i. 229. 

Reader at Dyce, i. 230. 

William, i. 389, 390 ; ii. 436 ; 

iii. 15 ; iv. 42, 348. 
Mitchell of Thainstoon, i. 574. 

Alexander, iy. 347. 

Cadie, ii. 242, 

Dayid, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 
(Hlbert, Monk of lindores, 

iii. 391, 394. 

James, iy. 347. 

Janet, mother ofDr. Alexander 

Gbddes, ii. 143. 
John, Beader at Lomfanan, 

i, 229. 
Patrick, Beader at Glass, ii. 

152. 

Thomas, of Banabeg, iy . 762. 

WiUiam, iy. 347. 

Monk of Lindores, iii. 

410. 
Mitchelson, John^ i. 394. 

Canon of Aberdeen, 

iii. 227, 228. 
Parson of Forbes, iy. 

4JA, AA!\ 



^^^^^V 192 INDEX ^^^^^H 


^^^^^^^P Hitchelson, John, Prebendaiy of Forbes, 


Moncreiir, William, ii. 251. ^^^^^H 


^^^^^^B 


MoDcor, Michael de. Miles, i. 62&. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


Robertas, iv. 439. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^H Thomas, Notary, iii. 410. 


Walterus, de Slaina, il. 335. I 


^^^^^^^^1 William, of Sleoche, iiL 519. 


Monedy, Fynians do, ii. 211, 212, 1 


^^^^^^H Modan, St., 


' Moneymcyll, AleKandor, Prebendary J 


^^^^^^^^^^1 Hoigue, Johanoes, de Park dn Di-nm, 


ofForbes, iT. 371. ■ 


^^^^^^H iii. 294, 295, 


Monimeil, Alexander, Reotorde Furbee, 1 


^^^^^^H WalteroB, ii. 35 ; iii. 


iii. 62. 1 


^^^^^H de, Milee, i. 379, 638, 


Monorgnnd, Gilbert, of That Ilk, iii. 1 


^^^^^H 546, 618; 


125, 135, 13S. 1 


^^^^^H 723, 


Monro, George, of Fonlia, ii. 222. J 


^^^^^^H Moir 


Hugode.ii. 390; iv.84. 


^^^^^^H of Stoaywood, i. 


Robertnsde, Ballivus Comitis 


^^^^^^1 


do EoBse, iii. 532. 


^^^^^^^^B Adam, Knight, ii. 340. 


Thomas, iv. 76. 


^^^^^^^^^H Andreas, apud Broges, iii. 


MoDFos, Johannes de, Vicarina de 


^^^^^^K 


Tarres, i. 335. 


^^^^^^^B 


Monte Alto, see Mowat. 


^^^^^^^m 


Bernards de, MUes. iv. 752. 


^^^^^^^1 Ranald, Chamberlain, i. 49d ; 


Elena de,iv. 158. 


^^^^^^1 


Jacobus de, U. 38; iy. 158, ^ 


^^^^^^^1 Bobert, iv. 591. 


^H 


^^^^^^^^H Thomae, ii. 261. 


Johannes de, i. 472; ir. ^^1 


^^^^^^^1 William, ii. 435. 


33a ^^M 


^^^^^^^1 


PatridQB de, i. 471, 498 ; ii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Mull, Ansell 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^H Mollison, Thomae, Notary, ir. 500. 


Gicardns, CapellanoB, iii. 531. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 Town-Clerk of Aber- 


Bobertns de, i. 269, 5til. ^^H 


^^^^^^M 


WiUelmns de, Miles, iii. 531 ; ^H 


^^^^^^^M WUliam, Burgess of Aber- 


^^M 


^^^^^^H Jeen, 


de Ferae, Miles, i. 472. ^^H 


^^^^^H Molooh, St., i, 630, 649 ; 253 


de Loscragy, i. 472. ^^^^| 


^^^^^H 


Monteforti, Petms de, Clerioas, iv. 009. ^^^H 


^^^^^H Uonureiff, Audrevr, ii. 16S, 1B8. 


Moutlicbet, Philip of, i. 005 ; iv. 694. ^^H 


^^^^^^H jnoior, iL 


William, ii. 138. ^^M 


^^^^^f 


HoDtgomery, Lord, Alexander, i. 285. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^ Friar George, iii. 251. 


427, 542; a. 343; iii. 578; it. ^^| 


^^^^H^ 


77, 193, 212, 261. ^^1 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- -* 


_^^^| 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



193 



Montgomery, Walter, iv. 431. 
Montrose, Duke of, David, iii. 898. 

Earl of, John, iii. 383 ; iv. 770. 

William, iii. 249. 

Marqnis of, James, i. 587. 

Monyhe, Waltems, Miles, iv. 719. 
Monjmele, Sir Alexander, Chaplain, i. 

582. 
Monymusk, Prior of, Alan, i. 178. 
Alexander Spence, iii. 

489. 
Andrew, ii. 37; iv. 

159, 374. 

Brice, i. 170, 175, 176. 

David, i. 179, 180, 

182,183; ii. 163; iv. 778. 
Farlie, iii. 484, 

485, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 

492, 493, 494, 496, 497, 498. 
John Aikenheid, iiL 

484, 485, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 

494, 496. 
Elphinstone, i. 

170. 
■■•••• •••*.. ...a*, xiay, 1. ^t \J» 

Richard Strachan, ii. 

133 ; iii. 489. 
Robert, i. 184, 185; 

iv. 348, 349. 

Forbes, i. 170. 

Strachan, i. 

171. 
Goadjntor of Monastery of, 

John Elphinstone, i. 179, 180, 182. 
Usafmctnarias de, Johannes, 

iv. 348. 

Henry, i. 585; iii. 573. 

John of, Knight, i. 512; iii. 

539. 



Monymask, Malcolm of, i. 511. 

Thomas of, Knight, i. 340. 

Monypenny, David, Prebendary of 

Rhynie, ii. 179. 

Thomas, iv. 330. 

WiUiam, iv. 394. 

of Ardweny and Con- 

kirsalte. Knight, iv. 77, 78. 

Moor, Dr., Professor of Medicine in 

King's College, i. 416. 

Mordington, Agnes de, i. 627. 

Petms de, Miles, i. 627. 

More Mac Gillereacht, Donaldns, ii. 261. 

Moreis, Findlayns, iv. 347. 

Morevilla, Ricardus de, Constabularias, 

i. 624. 

Willelmns de, Constabularias, 

i. 496 ; ii. 233. 

Morgundi, David, filios Jacobi, ii. 286. 

Morgnndus, Capellanns, iii. 113. 

Vilius Albe, iv. 116. 

Morgonn Mac Donnchaid, iv. 549. 

Morham, Sir Herberd de, ii. 29. 

Moricins, filins Alani, ii. 130. 

filius Walteri, iv. 378. 

Moridac, Mac Morcnm, iv. 546. 

Morise, Alexander, iv. 499. 

Morison of Bognio, i. 110, 520 ; ii. 321, 

325. 

Fergusius, i v. 131 . 

Gteorge, of Pitfour, Advocate, 

iv.48. 

John, iv. 48. 

• of Anchintoal, ii. 426. 

Sheriff of Murthlack, 

ii. 262, 263. 

Patrick, Notary, iv. 305 . 

Robert, iv. 27. 

William, of Pitfouri iv. 47, 48, 

25 



194 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Morthach, Domina Eva, Domina de 

Rothes, ii. 287. 
Mortimer of Craigievar, i. 598, 599, 
635. 

Alan, i. 599. 

Alexander, i. 606; ii. 353; 

iv. 324, 326. 

of Craigievar, i. 290, 

315; ii. 11, 44,45; iii. 33, 52, 65, 
78, 105, 257, 260, 276, 305, 335, 
375, 384, 418, 448, 449, 551, 553, 
563, 589, 592 ; iv. 37, 50, 350, 351, 

VJSmd . 

of Innenteir, iv. 367. 

Bernard, iv. 753. 

of Craigievar, i. 527, 

529. 
Duncan, iv. 143, 348, 352, 

353. 

Edmund, i. 606. 

Ewmond, iii. 582 ; iv. 350. 

George, of Auchinbadie, ii. 

370 ; iv. 147. 

of Auchinvaira, iii. 34. 

of Glencatt, iv. 354. 

Henry, Exhorter at Alveth, i. 

227. 

James, ii. 317; iv. 328. 

Fiar of Craigievar, i. 

606 ; iv. 354, 355. ' 
Johannes, Eallivus, de Stratha- 

luey, iii. 576 ; iv. 728. 
John, i. 282; iv. 326, 347, 

348, 350, 352, 353, 354, 355, 727, 

756. 
of Auchinbady, iii. 542, 

586. 

of Craigievar, iii. 35; 

iv. 327, 354, 355, 361. 



Mortimer, John, Younger of Craigievar, 

iv. 361. 
Captain John, of Glencatt, iv. 

354. 

John, of Innenteir, iv. 323, 324. 

Malcolm, i. 541. 

Marcus de, ii. 303. 

Patrick, Baron of Craigievar, 

iv. 370. 

Roger, ii 233, 313. 

Thomas, ii. 45; iii 393; iv. 

824. 

William, ii. 16, 45. 

of Craigievar, iii. 222, 

340 ; iv. 144, 325, 326, 348, 350, 

351, 352, 353, 367. 

of Glencatt, iv. 354. 

Morton, Earl of, James, ii. 93, 408 ; 

iii 309, 417, 521; iv. 51, 77, 

761. 
Mosman, John, Notary, iv. 672. 
Mostrop, Johannes, i: 385. 
Moultry, Henry, iii. 209. 
Mowat, see Monte Alto. 

of Balquholly, i 110, 464, 465, 

466, 471, 472, 592. 

of Fowlis, i 594. 

Alexander, iv. 76. 

of Loscragy, i 478 ; ii. 

331 ; iii 99, 303, 458 ; iv. 92. 

Andrew, ii. 433 ; iii 156. 

Exhorterat Turriff, i 228. 

George, of Ingliston, i. 465. 

Gilbert, ii 369 ; iv. 76, 77. 

James, i 594; iv. 281, 544. 

of Loscragie, iv. 257. 

John, i 394; iii. 334; iv. 81, 

188, 323. 
of Fowlis, iv. 763. 



INDEX OP PEKSONS. 



195 



Mowat, John, of Loscragie, i. 290, 
315, 437, 471 ; ii. 11 ; iii. 64, 65, 
78, 90, 94,97, 99, 126, 170, 193, 
257, 266, 335, 342, 375, 384, 421, 
448, 459, 516, 519, 530, 533, 536, 
553, 561, 589, 591, 592 ; iv. 37, 
50,94,111, 121,206,442. 

Magnus, of BalquhoUj, iii. 91, 

128. 

Malcolm, ii. 369. 

Michael, i. 465. 

Pati-ick, of BalquhoUj, i. 5 77 ; 

iiL20. 

Richard, i. 404. 

Waltems, Scutifer, iii. 267. 

William, of Foulesmouat, iv. 

323, 753. 

Prebendary of Rnthven 

and Dippil, ii. 188. 
Mowbray, Alexander, ii. 305. 

Galfridus de, iv. 153, 714. 

Philippus de, ii. 119 ; iii. 177. 

Miles, i. 277. 

Willelmus de, iv. 612, 613. 

Mowin, Kobertus, iv. 4. 
Mowye, Alexander, iv. 441. 
Moygnes, Walterus, Miles, iv. 374. 
Muirton, James, see Murray, Precen- 
tor of. 
Mulikyn, Thomas, Burgensis do Perth, 

iii 122. 
Mulsone, Willelmus, ii. 184. 
Multray, Jacobus, Vicarius de Cambe, 

iii 442. 
Munfort, Robertus de, i. 409. 
Murdach, Walterus, ii. 27, 233, 234. 
Mure, Alexander, Baro CalvalaB, iii. 87. 

Rankinus, iv. 65. 

Murehead, Richard, iv. 36. 



Murehead, Richard, see Glasgow 

Dean of. 
Murison, Alexander, iv. 66. 

Andrew, Chaplain, iv. 395. 

Murray, Archdeacon of, Henry Harvey, 

iii. 265, 266. 
Hugh, ii. 143, 144, 193, 

304. 

John, iv. 75. 

Randolph, ii. 283, 28i, 

288. 

Robert, ii. 302. 

William, ii. 195. 

Bishop of. A., i. 257 ; ii. 217. 

Alexander Bar, i. 477 ; 

ii. 175, 197, 200, 217 ; iv. 84, 374, 

375, 376. 
Andrew Foreman, iii. 

104. 

de Moravia, i. 

527; ii. 136, 138, 139, 143, 144, 
154, 156, 157, 168, 169, 179, 187, 
193, 210, 211, 214, 215, 226, 243, 
279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 
286, 287, 288, 300, 301, 303, 316, 
318; iv. 451, 695. 

Stewart, iii. 524 ; 

iv. 214. 
Archibald, iv. 74, 75, 

573, 600, 607. 
Brico of Douglas, ii. 

55, 169, 170, 179, 180, 188, 190, 

191, 192, 193, 243, 244, 278, 279, 

281,300, %2; iv. 693. 

David Murray, i. 342. 

Stewart, ii. 162, 

163, 164 ; iv. 403, 405, 406. 

George Douglas, ii. 188. 

John Innes, ii. 162. 



196 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Murray, Bishop of, John Pilmore, ii. 
313 ; iv. 712. 

Winchester, iii. 

267 ; iv. 79, 200, 206, 735. 
Patrick Hepbam, ii. 

250, 251. 

R, ii. 232. 

Richard, i. 292, 496; 

ii. 128, 136, 281, 300, 302. 
Simon, ii. 194, 195, 

281. 

WiUiam Spjnie, ii. 207, 

400 ; iv. 615. 
Tulloch, iii. 101, 

115,314,347,511, 579. 
Chancellor of, Alexander 

Stewart, ii. 301. 

Andrew, ii. 195, 301. 

Henry of Pluscardine, 

ii. 301. 

James Gordon, i. 628; 

ii. 301 ; iv. 483. 
John of Inverness, ii. 

301. 

Robert Gordon, ii. 301. 

William, ii. 288, 301. 

of Creswell, ii. 

301. 

Gordon, ii. 301. 

Dean of, Alexander Dnnbar, 

ii. 188. 

Archibald, ii. 195. 

, Freskinus, ii. 143, 144, 

170, 192, 279, 280. 

Gavin Dunbar, i. 504; 

iv. 36. 

James Stewart, i 427, 

542, 606 ; iii. 444. 
• Robert St Clair, iv. 375. 



• •' • •• 



Murray, Dean of, Simon, ii. 285. 

WilliamDan, ii. 217. 

Precentor of, Adam Gordon, 

i. 518 ; iii. 243, 414, 560. 
Alexander Gordon, iii. 

70. 

Lyon, ii. 338. 

James Muirton, ii. 188. 

John, ii. 195. 

Richard, ii. 288, 304. 

William de Spynie, iv. 

375. 

Treasurer of, David Mar, i. 

539. 
Henry, ii. 170, 193, 

280, 284, 304. 

Robert, ii. 195, 288. 

William Chishobn, ii. 

199 ; iv. 375. 
Countess of, Joneta, iii. 588, 

589. 
Earl of, James, ii. 358; iii. 

195 ; iv. 232, 678, 679, 742, 743, 

745, 746. 

Dunbar, iii. 231. 

....: Stewart, i. 83; 

ii. 87, 91, 92, 381 ; iii. 349, 386. 

John, ii. 98; iv. 161. 

Dunbar, i. 251, 

499 ; iv. 441. 

Patrick, iii. 573. 

Thomas, ii. 107; iii. 

231, 587 ; iv. 441. 
Dunbar, iv. 175, 

176. 
Randolph, i. 277, 

342, 379 ; ii. 36, 106, 218, 269, 

340, 395 ; iii. 211, 212, 292, 313 ; 
iv. 710, 711, 712, 760. 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



197 



Marraj of Blackbaronj, i. 333. 

of Boharm, ii. 276. 

of Cowbairdy, ii. 324. 

Adam de, ii. 159. 

Alexander, of Cowbairdy, ii. 

211, 212, 229; iu. 592; iv. 
590. 

of Cowbemy, iv. 591. 

of Culbyn, iii. 261, 262, 

263, 264, 270. 
and Newtoan, ii. 

220. 
of Glasvell, ii. 372 ; iii. 

166, 167. 
Andrew, i. 389, 390, 560 ; ii. 

279 ; iii. 13 ; iv. 706, 707. 
Knight, iii. 869, 429; 

iv. 151, 152. 
of Ardoch, iii. 46, 

257. 
Sir Andrew, of Bothwell, ii. 

160, 277. 
Andrew, of Cnlbardine, ii. 

221. 
Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 357. 
junior, Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iiL 357. 

Gristophems, iv. 747. 

David, ii. 237, 360. 

ofArdocb,iii.l81,182, 

256, 257. 
of Tulibardin, Knigbt, 

iv. 119, 197. 

, Sir Freskyn, iv. 600. 

Freskyn, ii. 401, 402. 

ofDuffus, ii. 277. 

George, iv. 34, 640. 

Brother Gilbert, iv. 29, 32. 



Murray, Gilbert, iii. 129. 

Monk of Deer, ii. 431. 

Hugo de, of DufiTus, ii. 401. 

ii. 301. 

Isobel, daughter of John 

Banulph, Earl of, i. 37. 

James, ii. 326. 

of Cowbairdy, iv. 346. 

Canon of Monymusk, i. 

180, 181, 182 ; iii. 493, 495, 496. 
Minister at Monymusk, 

i. 227. 

Notarv, iv. 356. 

Johan de, de Drimyngarde, 

iv. 373. 
Johannes, Clericus Sancti 

Andree, ii. 355. 
John, ii. 158; iv. 54, 198, 

591, 630. 
" Younger of Ardoch, iii. 

70. 
of Touchedene, Knight, 

iv. 304. 
Lanslot de. Prebendary of 

Botarie, ii. 187. 

Frater Patricius, iii. 251. 

Patrick, of Cowbairdy, i. 381 ; 

iii. 592, 593. 
Monk of Aberbrothock, 

ii. 128. 

K/obert, iv. 4. 

Thomas, i. 389, 390. 

of Culbyn, iii. 262. 

SirWalter, ii. 401. 

Walter, ii. 169, 170, 277, 280, 

281, 282, 283, 286, 287, 304. 
William, ii. 158, 159, 277, 

278, 279, 401 ; iii. 181, 182, 250, 

526 ; iv. 4, 190, 592. 



198 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



Murray, William, Knight, ii. 283. 

of Polmaiss, iv. 202. 

of Tulibardin, i. 427, 

513 ; ii. 343, 401 ; iii. 324, 444, 
514, 578 ; iv. 68, 69, 78, 80, 
206. 

I Header at Langlej, i. 

229. 
Murthlack, John de, Master of St. 

Peter's Hospital, i. 154. 
Muschamp, Robert of, ii. 398. 

Baron of Wooler, iv. 

699. 
Mnschet, David, Minister of Kirk- 
michael, ii. 307. 

John, Notary, iv. 276. 

May, Frater Rogerns de, ii. 247. 
Mygele, Johannes, i. 190. 
Myirden, Andrew, ii. 433. 
Mykellis, Willelraus, i. 197. 
Myretone, Patrick, see Aberdeen, 
Treasurer of. 

Thomas, iv. 65. 

Parson of Rhjuie, ii. 

179. 

Vicar of Tarves, i. 335. 

Parson of Tyrie, iii. 68, 

82, 429, 452, 454, 465, 

Nagyb, David, ii. 261. 
Nairn of Morinsh, ii. 295. 

Alexander, of Sandfurd, iii. 

121. 

David, of Sandfurd, iii. 515. 

Duncan, Sheriff of Aberdeen, 

iv. 747. 
George, of Sandfurd, iv. 70, 

590. 
John, ii. 308 ; iv. 389, 441. 



Nairn, John, of Cromdale, iii. 423 ; 
iv. 440, 441. 

Michael de, ii. 36; iv. 383, 

452, 643. 
Nanus, Herbert, ii. 398. 

Johannes, Persona, ii. 398. 

Radulphus, ii. 397, 398. 

Richard, ii. 397, 398. 

Walter, ii. 398. 

Napier, Alexander, of Merchistoun, iii. 
324. 

Sir Archibald, of Merchistoun, 

Knight, iv. 253, 273. 
Nathalan, St., i. 131, 132, 558, 560, 

633,639; ii. 81. 
Navii, Thomas de, iii. 587. 
Nectan, St., i. 143, 144, 155, 238 : iv. 

548. 
Neile, David, i. 464. 
Neilson, Nigellus, Famulus Andreo 
Magistri de Errol, iii. 22. 

Robert, Notary, iv. 636. 

Thomas, iv. 474, 475. 

Nell, William, iv. 127. 

Nes, the son of William, iv. 692. 

Nesche, Thomas, Monachus de Aber- 

brothock, ii. 128. 
Nesius, Filius Willelmi, ii. 15. 
Neuham, Robertus de, ii. 19. 
Newbottle, Abbot of, Thomas, iii. 
324. 

Commendator of, Mark, iv. 

768. 
Newbygyng, Willelmus de, Miles, i 

274. 
Neyl, Johannes, ii. 211, 212. 
Nicholaus, Cancellarius, ii. 16. 

Capellanus Muriel de BotheSy 

ii. 286. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



199 



Nicholaus, Capellaniis Willelmi Camjii, 
Gomitis de Bachan, ii. 428. 

Vicarias de Bothyn, iL 284. 

Nicboles, Thomas, iy. 108. 
NicholsoD, Audrew, i. 394. 

Colin, Minister of Kirk- 
Michael, ii. 307. 

David, Notary, iii. 195, 358, 

497, 564, 565 ; iv. 469. 

Sir George, of Kemnaj, i. 

584 ; ii. 268. 

George, Exhorter at Gran- 

tnllie, ii. 151. 

Minister at Gartly, ii. 

152. 

James, Notary, iii. 196, 256 ; 

iv. 109. 

John, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 

Notary, i. 577 ; iii. 195, 

220, 222, 564, 565 ; iv. 576. 

Patrick, Notary, iii. 548. 

Dr. Robert, Roman Catholic 

Bishop, ii. 267, 268. 

Thomas, iv. 247, 248, 249, 

273, 347. 

Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

ii. 268 ; iu. 216. 
Commissarius de Aber- 
deen, iv. 544. 

Merchant in Aberdeen, 

i. 584. 
Nicolai, Ingeramus, iv. 324. 
Nicoll, Dr. Alexander, Canon of Christ 

Church, Oxford, i. 586. 
Niger, Robertus, ii. 195. 
Ninian, St., i. 206; iii. 43, 45, 

389. 
Nisbet, George, iv. 637. 



Nisbet, George, Reader at Crechmond, 
i. 228. 

Johannes, Rector de Kyn- 

drome, iv. 178, 382. 
Noblet, WillelmuB, Canonicus Aber- 

donensis, i. 566. 
Norham, Henricus de, ii. 72. 

Thomas de, ii. 24. 

Norie, David, ii. 262. 

John, i. 118. 

Robert, ii. 262. 

Thomas, ii. 38; iii. 263 ; iv. 

378, 541. 

Lieutenant of the 

Sheriff of Aberdeen, i. 380 ; iii. 
93. 

Sir William, iii. 139. 

WiUiam, ii. 369; iv. 326, 541. 

Portionerof Inchdrevir, 

iii. 581. 
Norinus, Filius Norman, i. 409. 
Norman, Constable of Inverurie, i. 127, 

154, 247. 
Normannus, Constabularius, ii, 56 ; iii. 
402 ; iv. 694. 

Filius Malcolmi, i. 547 . 

Norman vile Johannes de, iv. 610. 

Leo de, ii. 24. 

Walran of, ii. 410. 

Normanvilla, Walranus de, Miles, i. 

340 ; ii. 109. 
Norton, Rebecca, wife of Alexander, 

Lord Pitsligo, L 439. 
Norvel, Mariota^ de Gargunnok, iii. 
579, 580. 

Willelmus, iii. 318, 320; iv. 

34. 
Nova Ferina, see Ferme. 
Nudry, Laurencius, iv. 460. 



200 



INDEX OF PEBSOXS. 



Xusy, Simon de, Clericns Wfllelmi 
Epucopi Sancti Andree, i 257. 



I 



O., Capella5U9 DoMcri Be'^is, iL 192. 

Obojme, see Abojne. 

Ochiltree, John, iii. 201 ; iv. 173, 643. 

Notary, iv. 162. 

Odo Dapifer, Frater Mathei Episoopi 

Aberdonensis, ii. 17, 20. 
Odo Seoescallos, iii. o. 
OgilTie, Lord, James, iL 212 ; ir. 443. 

John, iL 404, 405. 

Walter, ir. 34. 

of Aachiries, L 451. 

of Boyne, L 530, 647. 

of Camonsie, i. 71. 

of Forglen, i. 71 , 50C*. 

of Baggel, i. 647. 

Alexander, iL 404; iil 42, 

530, 577, 584 ; \v. 180, 232, 744. 

of That Dk, L 210 ; ii. 

260 ; iii. 307, 584. 

of Bojne, L 551. 

.'.... of Deskford, iii. 105, 

583. 

of Findlater, iii, 69. 

of In^erqnhardj, iiL 

268. 

of Onchterhonse, iL 

315, 380 ; iii. 135, 232, 234 ; iv. 
517, 521, 525. 

Minister at Tarves, ^., 

i. 227 

Prebendary of Ruthven 

and Dippil, iL 188. 

Sheriff-Depnte of Aber- 
deen, ii. 335. 

Sheriff of Angus, iiL 

166, 370, 579 ; iv. 34, 142. 



gilvie, Alexander, Sheriff-depute of 

Banff; ii. 370. 
Ticarinfl de Tarves, L 

335. 

Andrew, iL 250 ; ir. 437, 43a 

of Calzebroche, iiL 514. 

of Tnchmartin, Knight, 

i. 575 ; iT. 195. 
^. Minister at Keig, dec, 

L 227. 

Archibald, iL 430 ; ir* 428. 

Christian, wife of Sir Alex- 
ander Forbes of Pitsligo, L 436. 
wife of John Forbes 

of Pitsligo, i7. 665, 684. 

David, i. 573 ; iv. 180. 

of That Dk, iv. 67, 437. 

of Inchmartin, iL 344. 

of Tolmad, iL 144; iiL 

68, 243, 423, 459, 514 ; iv. 343, 

438, 439, 441. 

Sir George, i. 510. 

George, ii. 149, 261, 357 ; iiL 

539 ; iv. 180. 

of Aaqnhannanye, .ii. 

173, 188,251. 

of Boyn, iiL 465, 530. 

of Camonsie, iL 370. 

Sir Greorge, of Dnnlngns, i. 

333 ; ii. 370 ; iiL 542. 

George, of Dnnlngns, iL 111, 

370, 408 ; iii. 288. 

of Miltonn, ii. 250. 

James, see Drybnrgh, Abbot 

o£ 

ii. 141 ; iv. 99. 

Knight, iv. 405. 

of Airly, L 516; iiL 

213. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



201 



Ogilvie, James, of Airly, Knight, iii. 

514 ; iv. 438. 

of Anchiries, i. 452. 

of Cnllard, ii. 250. 

Sir James, of Deskford, L 

647 ; ii. 102, 108, 111, 125, 126, 

127, 128, 141, 210, 212, 214, 215, 

331,404; iii. 101, 103, 105; iv. 

590. 

James, of Deskford, ii. 141. 

of Findlater, ii. 99, 100. 

Knight, iv. 616. 

of Paddoklaw, ii. 370. 

Johannes, Depntatns Jnstici- 

arius Domini Regis, ii. 213, 

215. 
John, i« 515; ii. 131, 141 ; iv. 

656. 
of That Hk, ii. 372 ; iii. 

166. 167. 
of Achannachie,iy.471, 

782. 
of Ballindoohe, L 616; 

iii. 514 ; iv. 438. 
of Fyngask, i. 335, 516, 

517 ; iv. 439, 474. 
of Fyngask, Knight, ii. 

429, 430. 
of Lontrethin, Knight, 

iii 404 ; iv. 193, 200, 212, 261. 

of Myltoune, ii. 357; 

iii. 530. 

of Pette, iii. 539. 

alias Gordon, of Desk- 
ford, ii. 100. 

D.D., Minister of Mid. 

mar, ii. 41. 

Parson of Cruden, iii. 

119, 120, 121, 156, 352, 443. 



... •• 



Ogilvie, John, Parson of Dingwale, iii. 
71. 

Malcolm, ii. 430. 

Margaret, widow of James, 

Earl of Buchan, iii. 167. 

wife of James Stewart, 

Earl of Buchan, i. 92. 

Michael, of Cults, iv. 635. 

Olifcrus, i. 516. 

Patrick, brother of Earl of 

Findlater, i. 429. 

i. 575; ii. 372, 380; 

iv. 180. 

ofCalzebroche,iii.514; 

iv. 437. 

of Grandonn, ii. 380 ; 

iv. 117, 118. 

of Kessock, iii. 34. 

of Killyhebroy, iv. 

438, 439. 

of Ouchterhouse, 

Knight, iv. 66, 435, 436. 

Sheriff of Angus, iii. 

166, 167, 369, 370, 379; iv. 115, 
116. 

Sheriff of Forgue, i. 

522, 523 ; ii. 209. 
.... Thomas, ii. 250. 

Knight, i. 516; iv. 439. 

.... Walter, ii. 131, 329 ; iii. 597 ; 
iv. 66, 95, 142, 435, 436, 616. 

Knight, L 122, 647; 

ii. 319; iv. 115,117,178,193. 

Elnight, Treasurer of 

Scotland, iii. 167, 365, 370. 

of Auchlevin, ii. 331; 

iii. 102 ; iv. 590. 

of Balliciane, Knight, 

iv. 169. 

26 



202 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Ogilvie, Walter, of Bewfort, iv. 341, 

396. 
of Bojne, Knight, i. 

563, 645, 647; ii. 95, 173, 188, 

251, 357 ; ui. 371, 465, 472, 515, 

530, 538, 580 ; iv. 95, 744. 
n. 117, 132, 

133, 141, 211, 212, 214, 404, 429 ; 

iii. 307 ; iv. 92, 93, 94, 439. 
of Carbarie, iv. 267, 

268. 

of Deskford, Knight, 

iii. 397 ; iv. 206, 212, 261, 396. 

Sir Walter, of Donlngus, i. 

645; ii. 111. 

Walter, of Dunlngus, i. 510, 

645. 

Apparent of Don- 
lngus, iv. 647. 

of Findlater, Knight, 

iii. 542. 

of Lnntrethin, Knight, 

iv. 184, 185, 391, 393. 

iv. 179, 180. 

ofMonycabockji. 622; 

iii. 639. 

of Reidhyith, ii. 370. 

Sheriff of Angus, ii. 

43 ; iii. 8. 

Treasurer, ii. 372, 382. 

Walterus, Magister Domus 

Jacobi I., i. 555. 
of Deskford, Knight, 

iv. 341. 
William, i. 474, 510; ii. 94, 

104, 107, 110, 115, 135, 250, 310; 

iii. 472. 

of Gownj, iii. 588. 

Sir William, of Pette, iii. 539. 



Ogilvie, William, of Strathem, Knight, 

iv. 95. 
Ogston, Alexander, iv. 391. 

of That Ilk, i. 356. 

Reader at Tyrie,L 228. 

Andrew, i. 461, 463. 

David, iL 353. 

George, iv. 687. 

James, ii 432. 

Advocate in Aberdeen, 

iv. 498. 

John, i. 330; ii. 211, 212; 

iii. 334 ; iv. 188. 

of That nk, i. 344, 

345 ; ii. 402 ; iv. 391. 

of the Crag, iv. 590, 

591, 616. 
Sheriff-depute of Aber- 
deen, i. 380. 

Magnus, Notary, iv. 684. 

Robert, iv. 104. 

Thomas, ii. 360. 

Walter, of That Ilk/ iii. 1 70. 

William, ii. 369. 

Notary, ii. 349, 350, 

434. 
Oige, Donaldus, i. 514. 
Oistes, Alexander, Vicarius de Dyce, 

iii. 223. 
Olave, St., i. 375. 376 ; iii. 119. 
Oldeny, see Udny. 
Olifard, see Oliphant. 
Oliphant, Lord, Andrew, iii. 398. 

Andrew, Vicar of Foulis, iii . 

251. 

James, of Arquhalye, iii. 1 23, 

138. 

of Murehous, iv. 253, 

273. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



203 



Oliphant, James, Advocate, iy. 250. 

John, ii 250 ; iv. 45. 

Knight, iii. 101. 

Lanrencins, iii. 51, 123, 138, 

164, 218, 357, 515. 

W., iii 402; iv. 694. 

Walter, L 247. 

Waltems, Jasticiarins Lao- 

doniflB, ii. 138. 

William, i. 299, 516 ; iii. 338. 

Sir William, of Newtoun, iv. 

263, 273. 
Oliphantos, Bicardns, Frater Carmelit- 

anus Aberdonensis, i. 203. 
Olivems, Capellaniis Willelmi Regis, i. 

510 ; iii. 177. 
Omeras, Clericus Johannis, Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, ii. 121. 
Orchardtonn, Andrew, iii. 86. 

James, iii. 87. 

John, iii. 86, 87, 88. 

Robert, iii. 87. 

Orde, Andreas, Portionarins de eodem, 
iii. 584. 

Nicholans, Portionarins de 

eodem, iii. 581. 
Orem, David, Monachus de lindores, 
iii. 394, 410. 

Thomas, i. 656. 

Orkney, Bishop of, Andrew, iii. 515, 
528. 

ildward, L 210. 

Robert Reid, iv. 483, 

624. 

William Tnlloch, iii 

417,622; iv. 63, 106, 593. 

Earl of, Henry, iv. 398. 

of St. Clair, i. 

878 ; ii. 162 ; iii. 96, 96. 



Orkney, Earl of, William, iv. 200, 
204, 205. 

of St. Clair, iii. 

8, 97, 98. 
Ormonde, Earl of, Hugh, iv. 11, 119. 

Douglas, i. 428. 

Orock, Thomas, Knight, i. 338. 
Orreby, Simon de, ii. 280. 
Ostiarius, see Hostiarius. 
Ottirbume, Alanus de, iv. 387. 

Alexander de, iii. 588. 

Gilbert, Parson of Slains, i. 

303. 

Nicholaus,Cleiicus Rotulorum, 

iii. 8, 403. 
Ouchterlonie, Captain David, ii. 11, 

Willelmus de, ii. 43. 

de Kelly, i. 282, 347. 

Ouchtirarne, Donaldus de, iii. 582. 

Johannes, ii. 11, 12. 

Oudny, see Udny. 

Ovide, Adam, Clericus Willelmi Epis- 
copi Sancti Andree, i. 176, 257. 

Magister de, iv. 117. 

Owirisone, John, i. 382. 
Ox, Andreas, Rector de Inverarity, 
ii. 197, 198, 199, 200. 

Pacok, Matheus, Notarins, iii. 11^ 233, 

856. 
Page, Duncanus, iv. 609. 
Paige, Johannes, ii. 159. 
Paigh,Andreas, iii. 394. 
Paip, Alexander, Notary, iii. 41. 

...... ...... IV. ^t/O. 

Robert, Advocate, iv. 368. 

Notary, iii. 156. 

Robertas, Ballivus de Aber- 
deen, i 190. 



204 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Paisley, Abbot of, George, iii. 213. 

John, iii. 252. 

Robert, iii. 185. 

Thomas, iv. 193. 

Pauinton, B. de, Miles, i. 338. 
Pan iter, Sir Andrew, Vicar of Fyvie, 
i. 496 ; iii. 549. 

Patricias, Rector de Tan- 

nades, ii. 347 ; iii. 55, 79, 104. 

Walter, see Aberbrothock, 

Abbot of. 
Panmure, Earl of, George, iii. 6. 
Pantero, Patricias, iv. 134. 
Pemtok, Rad alphas, i. 561. 
Panton of Pitmedden, i. 607. 

Alexander, of Pitmedden, iii. 

84. 

Arthar, iii. 11. 

Henry, of Hilton, i. 235 ; iii. 

176, 209. 

James, iii. 102. 

of Blackhonse, iii. 419. 

Portioner of Tillymaid, 

i. 115. 

John, ii. 432; iii. 203. 

of That Ilk, iv. 572, 

of Pitmedden, i. 115, 

118,315; ii. 12,406; iii. 65, 85, 
257 ; iv. 63, 83, 94. 

OUver, i, 524; iii. 263. 

of Cowhill, iv. 367. 

Walter, i. 383. 

William, i. 382 ; iv. 39, 560. 

of Blackhonse, iii. 419. 

of Haadaach, iii. 446. 

of Pitmedden, L 394 ; 

iii. 203. 
Papay, Simon de. Miles, i. 373. 
Park, John, ii. 140. 



Park, Magnns, iv. 630. 
Parker, Matheos, i. 196. 
Parkle, Georgias, de eodem, iii. 397. 
....:. Jacobos de, Clericas et No- 
tarios, iv. 397, 398. 

James of, iv. 193, 195, 

200. 
Parson, Johannes, ii. 237, 366. 
Parvus, Robertas, Canonicas Mora- 

viensis, ii. 170, 280. 
Paterson of Granton, i. 110. 

George, Minister at Kintore 

and Kynneller, i. 228. 

James, iv. 537. 

Reader at Cashnie, i. 

230. 

Sir John, i. 331. 

Dr. John, see Glasgow, Arch- 
bishop of. 

John, see Ross, Bishop of. 

iv. 367, 537. 

Reader at Alford, i. 

229. 

Mr., Minister at Logic Damo, 

i. 306. 

Nicholaas, iv. 344. 

Robert, iv. 488. 

Thom, i.394. 

Thomas, i. 113 ; iv. 536. 

Sir William, i. 306, 331. 

William, Sab-dean of Mar- 
ray, ii. 188. 

Notary, iii. 256. 

Paton of Grandholm, i. 110. 

Alexander, of Kinaldie, iii. 

241. 

Andrew, ii. 237. 

John, of Pitmedden, i v. 232 . 

Patonson, Adam, i. 335. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



205 



Patonson, Alexander, Monachns de 
Lindorea, iii. 391, 394, 410. 

Robertas, CapellanuR, iii. 372. 

Patricius, Comes, i. 336 ; ii. 138, 233. 

Superior Monasterii Sanctae 

Trinitatis Aberdonensis, i. 204. 
Patrick, St., i. 275 ; iii. 291. 

John, Franciscan Friar at 

Aberdeen, i. 201. 
Patric, John, of Whitewall, iii. 390. 
Pebles, John of, see St. Andrews, 
Archdeacon of. 

iii. 280. 

Peddie, Johannes, iv. 742. 
Peirsone, Frator Johannes, iii. 251. 
Pendreich, Andrew, ii. 432. 

Jacobus, iv. 462. 

Frater Willelmus, ii. 431. 

William, ii. 432. 

Penney, Frater Johannes, Prior Frat- 
rum Predicatorum de Aberdeen, 
i. 333. 
Percy, Sir Ralph of. Knight, L 499 ; 

iv. 162.. 
Pere, Thomas, i. 382. 
Perth, Earl of, John, iv. 304. 

Robertus, iii. 4. 

Saulfus de, iii. 5. 

Perthoch, Walterus de, iv. 3. 
Peterkin, William, Chaplain in Murray, 
ii. 188. 

Minister at Ardin- 

tullie, ii. 152. 
Pethmus, Frater Alketinus d«, ii. 

247. 
Petillo, Georgius, Vicarius de Rossy, 

iii. 154. 
Petit, Dancan, see Aberdeen, Chancel- 
lor of. 



Petrus, Capellanus, ii. 121. 

Willolmi Episcopi 

Sancti Andree, i. 176, 257. 

F., iii. 228. 

Pettillok, Patricius de, Capellanus, 1. 

576. 
Petmorquhy, Alexander, ii. 38, 39. 
Petyn, W. de, ii. 56, 57. 

Walterus de. Miles, ii. 158. 

Phendarg, Philippus de, i. 337. 
Pherharchd, Judex, i. 338 ; iii. 5. 
Philipp, Donaldus, ii. 261. 

Henricus, iiL 394. 

Frater Johannes, ii. 238. 

Johannes, Vicarius de Logie- 

dumo, ii. 394, 410. 

John, Minister at Alford, &c.j 

i. 226. 

Minister at Dunben- 

nan, ii. 151. 

Parson of Turriff, ii. 

349. 

Master, i. 145 ; iii. 4. 

Willelmus, Clericus Deputa- 

tus de Daviot, iii. 456. 
Philippson, William, i. 573. 
Philippus, Clericus, i. 624. 

Clericus Comitis David, i. 

625. 

Clericus Radulphi, Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, ii. 124. 

Persona de Glenbervie, ii. 

139. 
Phyne of Cross, ii 321. 
PUmor, Adam, of Glak, iii. 463. 

William, iii. 428. 

Piper, George, ii. 434. 

William, u. 124, 125, 261. 

Pitcaim, Dr., L 73. 



^^^^^^ 206 INDEX OF ^^^^^| 


^^^^^^H Rtcairn, Johannes, iiL 


Porteristone, Johannes de, iii. 444. V 




Pottock, Richard, see Aberdeen. Bishop 1 


^^^^^^H Pitaligo, Lord, Alexander, i. 333, 435, 


of. 1 


^^^^^^^ 439 


Prat, Cristy, ii. 248. 


^^^^^^B 




^^^^^^^P Master of, John, i. 439. 


iii. 40, 4d4. 


^^^^^^^V Pittendngh, Sir Andrew, iv. 


Henry,Sheri£fofBanff,ii.l09. 


^^^^^^H 


James, ii. 433. 


^^^^^^^^1 James, see Deer, Abbot of. 


John, i. 539. 


^^^^^^H 


Chaplain, iii. 586. 


^^^^^^H 


Robert, Presbyter, iii. 11. 


^^^^^^H 


Thomas, Burgess of Aber- 




deen, i. 261, 262, 457 ; iii. 11, 46, 


^^^^^^H 


79, 243, 464. 1 


^^^^^H Robert, of That Ilk, iii. 542 


Yicarins de Banff, ii. 1 


^^^^^^H 


127. 1 


^^^^^^1 WiUiam, iT. 640. 


v., Yicecomes de Aberdeen, 1 


^^^^^^M of That Dk, iy. 


Miles, i. 338. ■ 


^^^^^H 


Waltenia, Yicecomes de ^^^^t 


^^^^^^^^^H Plenamoor, Johannes, de Anestotm, i. 


Invemaim. ii. 143. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


William, if. 3, 52. ^^^| 






^^^^^H William, ii. 163. 


ii 283. n 


^^^^^H PoUoc, Muriel 


Prater, Robertas, VicMoroes Depntatns J 


^^^^^^H 


de Kincardine, iii. 367. ^^J 


^^^^^^H RobertnB de, a 287, 


Prebenda, R. de, Cleriena WUlelmi ^H 


^^^^^^H Fcllok, Frater Willelmne, 184. 


Regis, ii. 233. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Poat, Jacobus, ii. 


Ricardns de, Clericns WU- ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


lelmi Regis, ii. 54, 12^. ^^H 


^^^^^^■j Pontkjne, John, Knight, 


Precheour, Thomas, Scntifer, iii. 266. ^^^| 


^^^^^^^^B Pook, Ni^Uus, BorgensiB de Aberdeen, 


Frenderlath, Willelmns, de eodem, it. ^^^H 


^^^^^H 


^^^1 


^^^^^^H Pop, Robertns, 


Preston of Fonnartine, i. 34. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^B Porter, Alexander, Notary, iii. 70. 


Henry, iii. 539. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


Knight, i. 492, 499, ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Reader at Inneranin, 


500 i iii. 263. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Sir Henry, of Fonnartine, i. ^^^| 




S4, 87, 330, 344, 494, 501, 502, ^^M 


^^^^^H 374, 375 


503; ii.420i iv. 385. ^^H 



INDEX OP PERSONS. 



207 



PrestoD, John, Knight, iii. 293 ; iv. 
156. 

of Fentonnbamis, iii. 

382. 

of Valeyfield, Knight, 

iv. 304. 

Commissary of Edin- 

bargh, iii. 427. 

Robert, i. 353; iv. 385. 

Walter, i. 353 ; iv. 385. 

William, Knight, iv. 727. 

Primrose, Charles, Minister of Bellie, 
ii. 269. 

David, Advocate, iv. 749. 

James, Clerk of Council, iii. 

423. 
Pringill, Robertas, Notarius, iv. 362. 

Willelmns, de Casn Gullovid- 

iano, iii. 87. 
Proctor, Henry, of Kyngussy, iv. 736. 

John, ii. 289. 

William, Presbyter, iii. 21, 

129. 

of Aberdeen, i. 

309. 
Procurator, Thomas, i. 196. 
Prowdy, Nicholaus, Vicarius Sancti 

Maquhorii, iii. 356. 
Punkyne, Johannes, Miles, i. 373. 
Purwess, Frater Nicholaus, iii. 251. 
Pyet, Thomas, Canon of Aberdeen, iii. 

15. 
Pyngle, Adam, i. 158, 422, 423 ; ii. 73, 
74 ; iii. 429, 543 ; iv. 722. 

Catherine, i. 422. 

Isabella, i. 423. 

Pyot> Johannes, iii. 11, 

Lawrence, see Aberdeen, 

Archdeacon of 



Pyot, Lawrence, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 258. 
Frater Patricius, Magister 

Domus Sancti Gbrmani, iii. 584. 
Frater Thomas, Magister 

Domus Sancti Germani, iii. 585. 

Thomas, iii. 392. 

Capellanus, iii. 585. 

QUBBNSBERRT, MaEQUIJS OF, WiLLIAM, iii. 

312. 
Quhitelaw, see Whitelaw. 
Quhithed, see Whitehead. 
Quhyte, see White. 
Quincy, Rogerus de, Constabalarius 

Scotiae, L 337 ; il 235. 
Robertus de, i. 256 ; ii. 27, 

233 ; iv. 692. 

Raath, Andreas de, Miles, i. 340. 
Radulphus, Canonicus Aberdonensis, i. 

565. 
Capellanus An dree Episcopi 

Moraviensis, ii. 170, 193, 280, 

282, 283, 288. 
Capellanus Edwardi Episcopi 

Aberdonensis, ii. 16. 
Capellanus Willelmi Regis, 

i. 496. 
Clericus Reginae Scotiae, iii. 

177. 
Medicus Willelmi Regis, ii. 

119. 
Rector de Elchis, ii. 194, 

304. 
Vicarius de Abirkyrdor, ii. 

196. 
Raij, Robertus de, i. 154 
Rait, Alexander, iv. 466. 



208 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Rait, Andrew, iv. 704, 706, 707, 708. 

Archibald, iii. 582. 

of Dmmtocbty, iii. 

64, 639, 540 ; iv. 80, 632, 633. 

Donald, ii. 261. 

Henry, iii. 582. 

James, iv. 252. 

of Halgreen, iii. 87. 

John, iii. 582. 

see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

Robert, of Drumtochty, iii. 

540. 

Reader at Keig, i. 228. 

Thomas, iv. 88, 114. 

Walter, iv. 555. 

..; Notary, iv. 31, 32, 

WilHam, iii. 7, 8. 

Minister at Kincal- 

dram, iii. 400. 
Raith, James, iv. 471. 

Thomas, Vicarins de Leslie, 

iii. 390, 391. 
Ramsay of Lethirs, i. 111. 

Alexander, of Dalwolsy, 

Knight, iv. 119, 193, 724. 

Reader at Aberdour, 

i. 228. 

Andrew, iv. 36. 

Archibald, of Culsh, ii. 370. 

David, iii. 29 ; iv. 683. 

Edward, of Westhall, iii. 441 ; 

iv. 201, 202. 

Rev. Gilbert, iL 78. 

Gilbert, of Mawise, iv. 438. 

James, iv. 281. 

of Arbecky, iii. 87. 

of Balmain, iii. 87. 

of Balnele, i. 516. 



Ramsay, John, iv. 127, 478. 

of Nevoy, iL 348. 

Chaplain, iv. 324 

Minister at Aberdonr, 

i. 227. 

Lawrence, iv. 347. 

Nessns de, ii. 302. 

Pait,ii. 435. 

Patricins Reedie, ii. 375, 376. 

Peter, see Aberdeen, Bishop 

of. 

Robert, il 120; iv. 671. 

Thomas, Notary, iii. 446. 

Walter, of Canntirlande, i. 

282. 

Chaplain, iv. 678. 

Notary, iL 181. 

William, iL 301 ; iu. 334 ; iv. 

670, 782. 

Chaplain, iv. 678. 

Ranald, Johannes, ii. 261. 
Randolph, Sir Thomas, iv. 185. 
Randolphns, Sacerdos, L 552. 
Ranken, Andrew, iv. 496. 

George, iv. 37. 

Rannie, Alexander, iv. 127. 
Rannlphns, Filius Waldevi, ii. 72. 

Canonicns Moraviensis, iL 

169. 

Capellanns Willelmi Comitis 

de Mar, ii. 24. 
Rany, James, iv. 498. 
Ranysonn, Sir Alexander, iii. 125. 

James, L 303. 

Thomas, L 342, 347. 

Raperlan, Willelmns, Cnratus Sancti 

Petri de Inchmartin, i. 575. 
Rattray, David, Parson of Philorth, i. 
431. 



INDEX OF PEKSONS. 



209 



Rattray, Johannes, iv. 352, 723. 

Ballivns de Aberdeen, 

iii. 454, 464. 

Patrick, of That Hk, iii. 

122. 

Richard, ii. 621. 

Robert, Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 

Thomas, Knight, iv. 752. 

Ray, Henry, iv. 109. 

Johannes, Cnratus de Olen- 

bncket, iv. 450. 

Robert, ii. 38. 

Rayne, Adam of, iii. 428, 429. 

Bartholf of, iii. 428. 

Reginald of, iii. 428, 429. 

Reacht, James, ii. 262. 
Reche, Andreas, iv. 335. 

Johannes, iv. 347, 537. 

Willehnus, iv. 347. 

Rechesone, Donald, iv. 625. 
Redforde, Doncanus, iii. 11. 
Redhench, James, of Tullicheddel, L 

321 ; iii. 54, 55, 56. 
Regeley, John of. Burgess of New- 

bnrgh, iii. 97. 
Reginaldns, Capellanns, ii. 121. 

Filios Alani, i. 196. 

Waldevi, i. 196. 

Vicarins de Aberkirdour, ii. 

158. 
Regains, see Rnle. 
ReidofBarra,i. 71, 110. 

Adam, iv. 483. 

Alexander, i. 518; ii. 429; 

iv. 90, 317, 471, 762, 782. 

M.D., ii. 50, 51. 

Sir Alexander, of Barra, i. 

564. 



Reid, Alexander, of Pitfoddels, i. 264. 
Baillie of Aberdeen, i. 

314. 
Provost of Aberdeen, 

iii. 46, 214, 243, 274, 275, 276, 

288, 303, 446, 464, 560. 

....' Writer, iv. 310. 

Andrew, i. 382. 

of Badfothell, i. 283; 

iii. 269, 270, 272, 274. 
Archibald, Reader at Peter- 
head, i. 230. 
Cnthbertus, Rector de Dul- 

maok, iii. 381. 

David, iii. 22 ; iv. 538. 

Clericns Sancti Andree, 

i. 347. 

Notary, iii. 326. 

Gilbert, of Colistonn, i. 115; 

iii. 22, 129; iv. 531. 
James, i. 196; iii. 481 ; iv. 

316, 317. 
of Newmylnes, iv. 254, 

273. 
Minister at Banchory- 

Teman and Stracban, i. 226. 

Minister of Banchory- 

Teman, ii. 50, 51. 

... John, i. 383; iv. 347. 

s^e Aberdeen, Chancel- 
lor of 



.»•••• 



...... •••••( 



iii. 217, 



of Ranystoun, iii. 100. 
Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 

Monk of Deer, ii, 361. 

Vicar of Memys, iii. 

58. 

Vicar of Monymnsk, iii. 

489, 491, 492, 493, 495, 499. 

27 



^^M INDEX OF ^^^^^1 


^^^H Reid, LewiH, Minister of Straohaa, 


Ketref, Adam de, Miles, iv. 699. ^^^| 


^^^H 


Rettrif, Thoiaiia de. Miles, ii. 24. ^^^| 


^^^■^^ Patrick, i. 382, 3&6 1 m. 


Reuoch, Morcbedus, ii. 222. ^^^H 


^^^^^^ 


Reael, Henricns, ii. 27, 191, 192. ^^^| 


^^^^^^H 304, 


Bicardns, ii. 42. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^ 448 i iii. 53, 64, 127, 


Bicard, Johannes, ii. 237, 365. ^^H 


^^^^^^^B 


RioardoB, Capellanus. ii. 121. 1 


^^^^^^B ofHanghtou, iv. 145. 


Adam Episcopi Aber- 


^^^^^^^^1 '.,... BurgeBs of Aberdoen, 


donensia, i. 565 ; ii. 18, 21. 


^^^^^^B 


Comitis Darid, I. 625. 


^^^^^^H 


Clericas Ricardi Kpiscopi 


^^^^^^H Robert, iii. 


Moravionais, ii. 302. 


^^^^^^^B see KiolosB, Abbot 


Filins Uogoais, i. 566; ii. 


^^^^^^^^^^V Minister of Banohoiy- 


42, 56. 


^^^^^^^^1 Ternan, 


Persona de Rathen, i. 565; 


^^^^^^^^H 


ii. 18,21,392. 


^^^^^^^1 Thomas, ii. 51 


Vicarina de Invenipy, i. 562, 


^^^^^^1 


Vicecomes de Forays, ii. 143, 


^^^^^^1 


144. 


^^^^^^^^1 Secrataiy 


Richardson, Alesander, Monk of Lin- 


^^^^^^H James 61 


dores, iii. 394, 


^^^^^H William, i. 485 ; iii. 334 ; IT. 


Jftmes, iT. 409, 410. 


^^^^^H 


John, i. 382. 


^^^^^H of BadfotheU, 


Robert, of Pencaitland,Bart., 


^^^^^H 


iv. 363. 
.~ Vicar of Eckfnrd, iii. 


^^^^^^^^B 


^^^^^^H 307, 860, 393, 394, 513; 


256. 


^^^^^^H 375 


RIcbio, John, ii. 436. 


^^^^^^^H of Hangbton, IT. 145. 


Rickart of Araage, i. 308. 


^^^^^^H of CanfatoD, i. 344, 


David, of Arnage, iii. 23, 24. 


^^^^^■^ 


George, elder of Arnage, iii. 1 


^^^^^^H Beith, 


23, 24. 1 


^^^^^^^^^H Betuoi^nj, Jaiiannes de. Miles, 


yonnger of Arnage, iii. 1 


^^^^^^H 


23. 24. ■ 


^^^^^^H it«ocb, Donald, Reader at Tnrves, 


Riddal, Frater Adamae, ii. 237, 238, ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^^^^H 


WiUiam, ii. 15, 20 ; W. 691. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H Reomontb, Jocobna de, ii. 351. 


Rig. Hngh, iv. 577. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 Bet, Thomas 


Bind, Johannes, iv. 506. ^^^| 



^^^IP^^^I INDEX OF ^^1 


W Ripelley. Bernardns de, iii. 338. 


166, 169, 171, 246, 247, 248, 256, ^^H 


1 Eires. William, iv. 81. 


262, 264, 267, 268, 269, 273, 274, ^^H 


■ BiviB, Diivid, of StratbBtfldliB, i. 424. 


283, 287, 289, 299. 318. 373, 376, ^^H 


f Robert I., King of Scots, i. 15, 18, 20. 


378. 458, 494, 551, 614. 642. ^^^H 


1 23,41,43,79,88,163, 190, 2i0, 


Robert, John, i. ^^^H 


^^^ 231, 232, 240, 249, 250, 272, 276. 


William, i. 303. ^^H 


^^^L 277, 279, 280, 286. 289, 301, 312, 


Roberti, Andreas, iv. 335. ^^^H 


^^H 316, 317, 323, 341, 361, 366, 371, 


Presbyter Muraviunsia, ^^^^| 


^^H 373, 376. 379, 389, 390, 404, 434, 


^^^H 


^^H 402, 471. 476, 480, 506, 523, 564, 


David, CspellantiB, IT. 657. ^^^^^^^H 


^^B- 577, 579, 627 ; ii 35, 49, 66, 73, 


Roberts, Edmundns, iv. 109. ^^^^^^^H 


^^H 106, 115, 117, 128, 130, 135, 145, 


Robertson of Wester Fowlis, i. 598. ^^^^^^H 


^^H 159, 217, 227, 233, 263, 269, 270, 


Alecaodor, ii. 263 ; iv. 688. ^^^^| 


^^H 304, 305, 312, 323, 332, 339, 340, 




^^^^ 360, 363, 386, 392, 394, 407, 416, 


^^H 


^^^H 417, 146; iii. 3, 104, 113, 173, 


Fitsligo's Cbnplaio, i. ^^^^H 


^^^B 210, 211, 214, 224, 231, 292, 313, 


^^1 


^^^1 316, 317, 369, 429, 546; iv. 151, 


Header at Murjcnlter, i^^^^H 


^^^H 185, 198, 205, 235, 306, 609, 699, 


^^H 


^^H 709, 710, 711, 712, 729, 760. 


Put^ronlter, ^^^| 


^^^1 i. 146, 147. 232, 


^^H 


^^^1 238, 241, 251, 277, 288, 316, 317, 


Servitor £pi);copi Mor- ^^^^| 


^^^1 324, 389, 404, 426, 483, 491, 539, 


aviae, ii. ^^^H 


^^^1 540, 550, 593, 615; ii. 30, 43, 


Tenant of Mekk Crage, ^^^^| 


^^H 66, 67, 74, 84, 97, 106, 128, 159, 


^^^1 


^^^1 197. 219, 270, 304, 305, 319, 363, 


Andrew, ii. 434 ; iv, 347, 474, ^^H 


^^H 364, 384, 386, 387, 407, 446 ; iii. 


^^H 


^^H 181, 295, 296, 355, 362, 521 ; iv. 


Frater David, iii. 1G9. ^^^H 


^^H 84, 113. 160, 185, 186, 187, 306, 


Dnncan, of Comobo, iv. 147. ^^^| 


^^H 318. 876, 599, 642, 722, 729. 


Chaplaif), iii. 392. ^^H 


^^^H Ill, i. 231. 233, 235, 


Edwaid, iii. 168. ^^H 


^^H 273, 277, 288, 289, 316, 324, 330. 


Qeorge, of Aacbtermachtie, ^^^^| 


^^H 855. 373, 390, 426, 484, 499, 502, 


^^H 


^^^1 524, 594; ii. 30, 31, 44, G7, 85, 


Henry, iv. ^^H 


^^^H 98, 112, 134, 136. 140. 220. 227, 


JameH, iv. 66. ^^H 


^^^H 263, 2(i4. 305, 314, 351, 363, 372, 


of Aacbtermachtie, iiL ^^^^| 


^^^H 386. 400. 419 ; iii. 1 33, 134, 141, 


^^H 


^^^B 165,181.296,297, 302,365,553; 


John, i. 349, 350; iii. 329, ^^^| 


^^H iv. 34. 84, 86, 114, 162, 164, 165, 


381 ; iv. 104, 488, 499. ^^^| 



^^^^H 212 INDEX OF ^^^^^| 


^^^H Robertsou, John, of Cloiiie, l b99. 


Robertns, CapeUanna do DuffuB, i*. 


^^^H of Eniok, ill 195 ; iv. 


608, 


^^^^^^^ 


Clerions, ii. 279. 


^^^^^^^L of Nelherbisk, iil. 


Ade Episcopi Aber- 


^^^^^^1 


doneneis, ii. 121. 


^^^^^^^^B ofWcEterFowIis,!. 599. 


Domini Josticiarii 


^^^^^^^^^^1 BnrgeHs of Aberdeen, 


Scotiffl, ii. 286. 


^^^^^^H 


Decanns do Inverness, ii. 155, 


^^^^^^^^M Bdi^obs of Edinburgh, 


282, 304. 


^^^^^^H 


FratarFinlay.ii. 211,212. 


^^^^^^H Notary, i. 386 ; iii. 127, 


Rector de Forglen, ii. 383. 


^^^^^H ] 


Subprior do Kinloas. ii. 247. 


^^^^^^^^1 Tenant of UekleCrage, 


Hobison, Edwardos, Monachna Sanctai 


^^^^^H 


Trinitatie Aberdoneneis, i. 204. | 


^^^^^^^^1 Minister of Cltiny, 


Franciacna, iv. 108. J 


^^^^^^^B Kiohol, Notary, ii. 348. 


Jamea, Reader at Fordjce, i. J 


^^^^^^^^B Patrick, of Aaohtermachtio, 


228. I 


^^^^^^^B 


Roger, Andrew, ir. 491. fl 


^^^^^^^1 Robert, of Strowan, i. 280. 


Willebnns, ii. 261. 1 


^^^^^^^B 


Magister Domos Spe- 


^^^^^^^B Tenant of MekleCrage, 


cierom, iii. 273. 


^^^^^^^B 


Rogerson, Donaldos, Nntivns, i. 477, 


^^^^^^1 


Thomas, iv. 734. 


^^^^^^^B 


Rogems, Capellanns Mathei Episcopi 


^^^^^^^B WUliam, 


Aberdonenais, U. 17,20. 


^^^^^^H 559, £64, 571, 574 


Clericns Radnlphi Episcopi 


^^^^^^H 3, 32, 34 ; IT. 488, 589, 


A herd one n sis, i. 568. 


^^^^^^^B Header at Midmar, 


dictna Paternoster, i. 470. ^^^| 


^^^^ 


Filina Hngonis, i. 196. ^^H 


^^^B Bobflrt8onQs,Georgins, AbordoaonBiB,i. 


Wiilelmi, i. 567. ^^^B 


^^^ 


Rokeabarg, Willelmna do, ii. 139. ^^^H 


^^^^ft Bobertna, CononicoB, ii. 17, 20. 


Holland, David, Burgess of Aberdeen, ^ 


^^^^H Uoravieusis, ii 169, 


iii. 216. I 


^^^H 


James, Pnor of Balquhidder, ^J 


^^H Capellanns, I. 2.56; ii. 120. 


^^B 


^^^1 Aiexaadri II., i. 5CI. 


John, iii. 334, 410. ^^H 


^^^^1 Mathei Epiecopi Ab> 


Bnrgeas of Aberdeen, ^^^^| 


^^^V erdoneneiB, i. 292, 564. 


^^^1 


^^H| Willelmi Regis, i. 490. 


William, iv. 100, 232. ^^^| 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



213 



BoUand, William, Baillie of Aberdeen, 

iii. 248, 250. 
Bargess of Aberdeen, 

ii. 365 ; iii. 558. 
janior,Bnrge8s of Aber- 
deen, iv. 575. 
Master of the Mint at 

Aberdeen, i. 359. 
Sheriffof Aberdeen, iii. 

497. 

Vicar of Inch, iii. 259. 

Rollock, George, of Dnncrub, iv. 

G78. 

Hnmphrey, iv. 232, 678. 

of Findmy, iv. 740. 

Walter, Bnrgess of Dandee, 

iii. 124. 
Ronald, George, iv. 317. 
Bonaldi, Johannes, iii. 513. 

Thomas, iii, 483, 484. 

Rose of Amage, i. 1 10. 

of Ancklossin, ii. 40. 

Donald, of Wester Cluny, ii. 

11. 

George, ii. 11, 

John, ii. 39. 

of Wardes, i. 552. 

Thomas, of Auchlossin, ii. 40. 

Ross, Archdeacon of, Alexander Man, 

iv. 84. 
John of Inchmartin, iv. 

178, 181, 382. 
Thomas Urqnhart, iii. 

532. 

Bishop of, Alexander, ii. 390 ; 

^ iii. 531, 532, 577 ; iv. 168, 170, 

267, 568, 274, 732. 

Henry, iii. 224, 522. 

John Fraser, iii. 104. 



Ross, Bishop of, John Leslie, i. 89, 210, 
214, 320, 579 ; ii. 181. 

!Maxwell, (Arch- 
bishop of Toam), ii. 258. 

Paterson, i, 306, 

331, 370. 

R., ii. 232. 

Robert, ii. 283. 

Dean of, Henry, ii. 143, 144, 

155, 193. 

John, iii. 577. 

Innes, iv. 732. 

William of Dingwale, 

ii. 390 ; iv. 84. • 
Countess of, Elizabeth, i. 48 7 ; 

ii. 402 ; iv. 518. 
Livingston, iii. 

522, 523. 
Domina de, Enfamia,i. 484 ; ii. 

106,364,386,387,338,389; iii. 521. 
Duke of, ii. 402 ; iii. 247. 

Earl of, Alexander, ii. 395. 

of the Isles, ii. 

220,402; iii. 521. 

Henry, iv. 747. 

Hugh, ii. 106, 385 ; iv. 

760. 
Ross, iii. 525, 

531,532. 

John of the Isles, ii. 

360 ; ii^i. 521, 522, 523, 526, 527, 

528 ; iv. 61, 62. 
William, i. 342, 539; 

ii. 159, 363, 384, 386, 387, 389; 

iii. 526, 531, 532, 543. 

of Auchlossin, i. 635. 

Alexander, i. 80. 

of Birsebeg, ii. 76. 

of Inch, iii. 405. 



^ ^ tV* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


^^V INDEX OF ^^^^^H 


^^^H Robs, Alexauder, of Lnesk, iii. 440. 


Bobs, John, elder of RosebiU, iii. ■ 


^^^^H Minister at Monymaek, 


24, 25. 


^^^L^^ 


younger of Rosehill, . 


^^^^^^^^^^^ Reader at Innernaucli- 


iii. 24. 


^^^^^^^M 


Minister at Fuvoran, 


^^^^^^^1 


iii. 405, 406. 


^^^^^^^^B George, Mercfaant in Abei^ 


Reader at Birse, iiL 


^^^^^^H deen. iii. 


406, 


^^^^^H Gilbert, iii. 298. 




^^^^^H Notary, iu. 37, 400, 


i. 229. 


^^^^^^H 


Nicholas, iy. 352. 


^^^^^^^^1 GodefHdna de. Miles, 


of AuohloBain, iv. 469, 


^^^^^^H 713. 


482, 


^^^^^^H Hn^b, ii 222, 363, 384, 387, 


Robert, i. 299; u. 261; iii. 


^^^^^^H 


338. 


^^^^^H of Kilravook, iv. 70. 


of Ancbloesia, i. 63d. 


^^^^^^H of KTnfamiTB, i. 490, 


ThomBs, i. 283 ; ii. 261. 


^^^^^H 


of AttchloBsin, i. 278. 


^^^^^^H ofFbilDrth,i.4S5,483; 


WUiianj, i. 455; ii. 76; iv. , 


^^^^^^H ii. 388 ; iii. 525, 532, 542 ; iv. 


438. j 


^^^^^H 


RoBBotiweth, Dnncan of, iii. 429. J 


^^^^^^^^1 HntBchooe, Baroa of Kil< 


Roaaj, Andrew, i. 335. ^^J 


^^^^^^H 


David, i. 516. ^^H 


^^^^^^H James, ii. 261 ; iv. 352, 579. 


Thomas de, Mi]eB, i. 455. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 


Walter, ii. 141. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^M Reader at Tarland and 


Rotbene, Engenius de, i; 625 ; iii. 428. 1 


^^^^^^1 Migvie, i. 230. 


Patricins de, i. 625, 626. 1 


^^^^^^H John, i. 




^^^^^H 384, 886; ir. 190, 438, 


Lady Margaret, iv. 337. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


Domiua Muriel de, ii. 285. ~^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H of Anchlosais, i. 


^^H 


^^^^^H 52, 64, 89, 


Bake of, John, iii. 553; it. ^^H 


^^^^^H 193, 260, 276, 335, 384, 418, 448, 


^^H 


^^^^^^B 449, 533, 561, 591 


Earlof.Andrew.iT. 328,505. ^^H 


^^^^^^B 


George, i. 594; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^H of DramroBsie, iii. 440. 


137, 138, 553, 554; it. 319, 322, ^^1 


^^^^^^^K of Hankhoid, Knigbt, 


323, 324. 325, 332, 335. ^^M 


^^^^^^^m 


Leslie, iv. 319, ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^B. ^ ^^^^^I^^H 



^^^^^^^H OF 


PERSONS. 215 ^H 


W Sodies. Earl of, John, iii. 5, 539, 


Rune, Prater JahaaneB, iii. 251. ^^^H 


1 S53. 




p Master of, James, iii. 553. 


Rare, David, i. 382. ^^H 


Holheoan, KUleeerf de, il, 19. 


Rnssoll of Moncoffer, i. 111. ^^H 


W. de, MUm, u. 24. 


ii. 434. ^^H 


Rothfan, WillelmM, Prior DoraiiB 


John, Chaplain of Marray, ii. ^^^^^| 


Leprosorom, ii. 144. 


^^H 


Hothnjre, George. Header at Drum- 


Rast, Dr., Chaplain of Old Aberdeen, ^^^H 


^^^ bUitt, i. 230. 


^^^1 


^^^K Rotbio, WilUam, Reader in Ardintullle, 


Alexander, iy. 347. ^^^| 


^^H 


Andrew, iv. 347. ^^^| 


^^^1 Kothnach, Diivid de, ic. t;99. 


David, iv. 348. ^^^M 


^^H . ... WillelmaB de, Miles, iv. 752. 


Robert, iii. 77. ^^^M 


^^M Rothuek, Patriclc of, iv. 486. 


Notary, iii. 400; iv, ^^H 


^^H^ Rotbsaj, Duke of, David, i. ^90 ; iU. 


^^^H 


^^H 


William, iv. 348. ^^H 


^^B RoqI, Bernard, of Foleronle, iii. 542. 


Ratherford, Alexander, Burgess of ^^^H 


^^H Thomae, iv. 382. 


Aberdeen, Ii!. 215, 320. ^^^H 


^^^^B Row, Johannes, Clericas Dnnblancnsis, 


Allan, iv. 102, 103, 104. ^^^| 


^^H 17. 485, 46ti. 4S?. 


Henry, iv. 402. ^^H 


^^H Jobn, Principal of King's Col- 


James, of That Dk, iv. 49. ^^^H 


^^H lege, i. 252. 


John, Knight, ii. 35S. ^^^H 


^^H Rowle, Thomax de, i. S55. 


BargesB of Aberdeen, ^^^^^| 


^^H Roy, David, ii. 261. 


^^H 


^^H Donald, ii. 261. 


Provost of Aberdeen, ^^^^H 


^^H JohD,li, 261. 


Knight, i. 518 ; iii. 42, 46, 6G0. ^^^M 


^^^^ Grant iJ. 291. 


Nicholas, iv. 697. ^^H 


^^^H Thomas, ii. 261. 


Patrick, Bargesa of Aberdeen, ^^^H 


^^^H^ Rnadri, High Steward of Mar, iv. 


^^H 


^^^B 


Prater Thomas, iiL 251. ^^^H 


^^^P Ruddiman, James, ii. IIB. 


Rntherin, Filias QUlemichel, ii. 15. ^^^| 


^^V Thomas, ii. 118, 11<.). 


Rnthven, Lord. William, iii. 85, 36, ^^H 


^^^H Rufns, Badnlphns, i. 4%. 


351; iv. 119. 120.766. ^^H 


^^^H Rale, Dr., Principal of College at 


Geoi^, iv. .506. ^^^1 


^^^1 Edinbargh, ii. CB. 69, 70. 


^^H 


^^H St. i. C22, 623 ; iii. 330. 


John, of That Bk, Knight, iv. ^^H 


^^^^1 Bonce, Robertas de la, Capellanna 


^^^H 


^^^^^V Badnlphi Episcopi Aberdonensis, 


of Cragyngaw, ^^^^^M 


^^■^ 


^^^1 



BuUiven, Margaret, widow of AJexan- 
der. Earl of Bachan, iii. 167. 

Walter,ofliiman,ii.406i iv,47. 

Rwok, Ilnmphrey, iv. 469. 

Ity, Henry of, Cierk. 

Uybnrue, Gilbert, Bnrgeas of Aber- 
deen, iii. 250. 

Uynde, James, of Broxmoulhe, iii. all. 

Byrere, John, iv. lOS. 

a. AHDKEi, Kioholas de, ii. 24. 

1 de, CleriouH Willelmi 
Episcopi Sanoti Andree, i. 257, 
S. Michaelo, Henricns de, iii. 428, 429. 
Jobannes de, i. 234, 422, 423 ; 
i. 378; iii. 4, 177; iv. 125. 

de Qnliicbeater, iii. 412. 

Patricina de, Iffilea, i. 340. 
Rogerns de, iii. 176, 177. 
Witlohnns de, iii. 4, 318, 319. 
Saffyntonn, PetruB, iv. 64. 
St. Andrews, Arclibisbop of, Alexander 
SteWBrt, ii. 347 ; iii. 79 ; iv. 134. 

.„. Arthur Robs, ii. 43, 77. 

David Bcthnne, iiL 249, 
251. 
George Glodatanes, i. 

JamoB Betbnne, iii. 110, 
165, 346. 

Sbarp,i.571; ii. 

112 ; iii. 223, 428. 

Stewart, i. 504; 

iii. 220, 247 ; iv. 36, 490. 

John Hamilton, i, 210, 
384; ii. 93 ; iii. 36, 187, 227, 228, 
252, 253 ; iv. 480. 

John Spottiswood, i 
167. 




INDEX OF PERSONS. 



St. AndrewB, Archbisbop of, WilUam 
314,347,511,579; iv. 
215. 

Archdeacon of, Alexander 

lngli% ii. 141. 

Gavin Dnnbar, ii. 347, 

362, 404, 405 ; iv. 47, 134. 2'2S, 
224, 22G, 464. 

John of Peblea, i. 233, 

316.390; ii. 85; iv. 376. 

Lawrence, i. 5G7 ; ii. 

72 ; iv. 117. 

Matthew, ii, 15, 16. 

Robert de Fontibofl, iii 

165. 

Walter, iii, 4. 

William Shivea,iii. 522, 

528. 

Biehopof. David, i. 177, 620. 

Grameline, i. 311; iii. 4. 

- HenryWardlaw.i.SOS; 

ii, 102, 227; iii. 26, 96; iv. 172, 
387, 458. 

Hngb. iii. 4. 

James Kenned J. L 260 ; 

ia 403, 413 ; iv. 63. 201. 

Riobard.ii. 15; iii. 3. 

Robert, i. 169, 175, 



176. 



Roger, ii. 27 ; i 



Walter Trail, i. 290. 

310, 499 ; ii. 31, 99 ; iii. 4, 141, 

165, 296, 297, 363 ; iv. 164, 319, 

642. 
William Frascr, i. 286 ! 

iv. 699, 700. 
William Iflmberton, L 

169, 027 ; iii. 212 ; iv. 612. 



^^^^^H INDEX OF PEBSONS. ^^M 


W SL Andrews, Bishop of, William Landal, 


^^^^^^1 


I i. 233. 316, 390, 483, 539, 540, 


Salt«by, Frater WillolmaB de, ii. 247. ^^^^^^H 


^^^ 349. 550 ; ii. 37, 44, 84. 305 ; iii. 


Saltoan, Lord. Alexander, ii. 22.5, 25], ^^^^^^H 


^^^L 181, 531, 573; it. 8i, 114, t5<;, 


iii. 154, 395. ^^^H 


^^^H 374, 876, 599, 718. 


Artbnr, iii. 70. ^^^H 


^^^H Malroisin, 


William, ii. 229, '250. ^^^H 


^^H 170, 175, 176, 177. 256, 619. 


^^H 


^^H Prior of, H., iL 284, 265. 


Master of, Alexander, ii. 225, ^^H 


^^H Jolm, ii. 23; iii. 52, 


^^^H 


^^H 164, 165, 357, 358, 398, 473, 515. 


WillelmnB, Dominns de Aber- ^^^^^^^^H 


^^^^1 Hepbom, iii. 


nethj, Rothiemay, ot, ii. 225, 251. ^^^^^H 


^^H 


8iuu|)S0ti, Thomas, i. 573. ^^^^^^^| 


^^^K Patrick, iii. 349. 


Sancta Crux, see Holyrood. ^^^^^H 


^^^M Simon, i. 257. 


Sancto Claro, see St. Clair. ^^^^ 


^^^f Thomas, i. 176. 


Martino, Alexander de, ^^^^| 


■ Snbpriorof, K.,ii.285. 


^^H 


1 John of, Bee Fyvie, Prior of. 


Sanders, WiUiam, Minister of Bellie, ii. ^^^| 


K St. Clair, Alexander of. i. 435 ; ii. 384 ; 


^^H 


^^m 


SandesoR, Sir James, ii. 188. ^^^| 


^^H David of, i. 373. 


Sandfor, Willelmus de, Clericua, iv. ^^^| 


^^^1 James of. 


^^M 


^^^1 Johno^ ii. 98; ir. 161. 




^^^^1 of Herdmanston. 


Sir James, iv. 727. I^^l 


^^H 


ofCalder, iv. 166, 167, ^^M 


^^^1 Biohard of, i. 373 ; u. 97, 98, 


729. ^^ 


^^^H Robertof,sce Murray, Deaa of. 


James, iv. 171. 1 


^^^M. Thomas of, ii. 384 ; iv. 122. 


Patrick, Knight, iv. 72/. 1 


^^ Prebendary of Aber- 


Tbomas,CommisBaryorAber- ^^^^H 




^^H 


William of, iv. 162, 607. 


Sands, Prater Bicardos, ii. 236, 238. ^^^| 


St. Hilary, Emma do, iv. 599. 


gangster, Prater Andreas, iii 1('>9. ^^^^| 


St. John's, Lord of, James, iii. 359, 360. 


William, ii. 436. V^H 


William, i. 278; ii. 


Sanquhar, Duncan, of Mnrecroft, >. 343; ^^H 


235, 236; iii. 52, 164, 213, 358, 


^^^M 


398, 51.5. 


Gilbert, iv. 188. ^^^| 


Saithlie, Walterns, Vicarins de Deer, 


of Mnrecroft, i. 485. ^^^| 


iv. 54. 


Patrick, i. 234. ^^H 


Salcop, Thomaa of. iii. 428. 


Tbomas,ofMurecroft, iii. 168, ^^^| 


Salleltooh, Walterus de, ii. 282. 


^^H 


^ 


^^^M 



^H 218 INDEX OF PERSONS. ^^^^^| 


^^H Saach&k, Jobn, ricar of Crimond, ii. 


SooU, Harca, Bni^nsis de AbM-dscn, ■ 


^^H 394 ; ul-238; iv. 80. 


iiL35S. 


^^^H SaDcfahe, Jacobus, capelioitaa. ir. 6a7. 


Michael, ii, 235. 


^^^B Saab-, Frater Bobertoa de, a. 247. 


Knight, ir. 699. 




Patrick, ir. 583. 


^^^^V ensis, L 


R. Snb-prior de Aberbroth- ■ 


^^Hr Scharchebai^, RogeniB de, OfficUlis de 


ock iL 128. ^^H 


^^H Aberdeen, L 562. 


Ricbud, iy. 468. ^^H 




Robert, iii. 5. ^^H 


^^^B Schinif; George, i 464. 


Director of ChanceiT, ^^^ 


^^H Schoriswod, Gwrsioa d«, Bector de 


tii.542. 1 


^^^H Caltre, m. 403, 413 ; ir. 119. 


F»t«r Thoma*. iii. 251. I 


^^^H Schuv^d. Andreas, ii. -229. 




^^^H Scissor, Alexander, iii. 178. 


Sir Walter, of Branxnm, i. 1 


^^^H ^lug?. Nicholas, Monscbns de De«r, 


318. 1 


^^^V 


Walter,of'IVMheUw,i».672. 1 


^^^V Sculgo, Oillemor, of Tarland, it. 690. 


William, i. 383; ii. 433; iv. 1 


^^^B Scone, Abbot of, Hugh, ir. 699. 


95. 1 


^^H JuaeB,iL316;iT.'i90. 


ofAQchtydonald,i413. 


^^H R., ii. 801. 


of BalTer7, ii, 45 ; iii. 




88,116. 


^^^^^^ of Uegmar, Knight, 


Knight, ii 266 i 


^^^^^^L 


IT. 39, 466. 560. 


^^^^^^^B Clerk of Re^Bter, and 


ofElie, Eiiight,ir.74y. 


^^^^^^^B Parson of Philonli, i. 434. 


of Grangctnnre, iii. 


^^^^^^^B Notu7, i7. 593. 


383. 571. 


^^^^^^^m Bector of Wigton, iii. 


Scongal, Henry, i. S06. 


^^^^^^^B 276, 348 ; ir. 


John, of That nk, I 168. 


^^^^^^^fl Andrew, iv. 


Patrick,see Aberdeen, Bishop ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Monkt^Aberbrathock, 


^^1 


^^^^^^1 




^^^^^^1 David, i. 382 ; iv. 


senior, iy. 206, 2U7, ^^1 




208,212,257,261. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


-. PnepoaitQS de Aber- ^^^| 


^^^^^H George, ii. 408 ; iT. 335,087. 


deen, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^H John, i. 630 ; ir. 378, 383, 


Willebnas, Yio&riiiB do Nigg. ^^H 


^^^^^^f 


^^M 


^^^^^^^^ ofScottiBt»rvet,Knighl, 


Scrjmgeoar of Daddop, i. 532. ^^^| 


^^■^ 


Alexander, ii. 197, 198. ^^H 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



219 



Scrjmgeonr, Alexander, Capellanus de 

Sonaharde, iy. 481. 
David, i. 282, 613; iv. 43, 

204, 393, 431, 433. 
Jacobus, ii. 135 ; iv. 431, 432, 

433. 
CoDstabnlariiis de Don- 
dee, iii. 515; iv. 432, 433. 

de Sonnahard, iv. 432. 

Bargensis de Dundee, 

ii. 45. 
James, Parson of Fordjce, ii. 

348. 

Johannes, ii. 45 ; iv. 183. 

Gonstabularins de 

Dundee, iv. 195. 

de Glaster, iv. 432. 

Walteras,de61aswell, iv.417. 

Sellar, Walter, iii 582. 

William, i, 113. 

Semple, Lord, Hugh, iv. 304. 

Willelmus, de Fulwode, iv. 

304. 
Sengonr, Arcbibaldns, Bnrgensis de 

Aberdeen, iii. 216. 
Senescall, Johannes, i. 523. 
Senescalli, Alexander, filius Boberti 

n., i. 404. 
W., filins Alani, Josticiarii 

ScotisB, ii. 56, 57. 
Senescallns, Alanus, Jnsticiarins Scotise, 

ii. 109. 

Alexander, iv. 168, 169, 170. 

Dominns de Badenacb, 

MUes, i. 288 ; iv. 376. 
Dominns de Badenacb, 

i. 484. 

de Lome, iv. 383. 

de Provand, iv. 643. 



Senescallns, Andreas, filins Roberti, 
Dncis Albaaiffi, ii. 35. 

frater Comitis de Mar, 

iv. 178, 179. 

Miles, ii. 314. 

de Portastonne, Miles, 

iv. 383. 

Jacobus, iv. 453. 

Johannes, ii. 351; iv. 87. 

de Bachan, iv. 179. 

de Conll, iv. 643. 

de Lome, ii. 36, 162, 

314. 

Miles, i. 472; 

iv. 179,383,452. 
Robertns, filins Murdaci, 

Dncis AlbaniflB, ii. 264. 
filins Boberti, Dncis 

Albanice, ii. 35. 
nepos Boberti, Dncis 

Albanias, ii. 86. 
de Fyfe, ii. 162,814; 

iv. 179. 
de Invermeth, Miles, 

iv. 114. 

de Lome, i. 472. 

Walteras, iv. 84. 

Miles, ii. 390. 

de Brechin, L 502. 

filins Alani, iv. 

698. 
Seres, Robertns, Notarins, iii. 514. 

Thomas, iv. 635. 

Serf, St., i. 557 ; iii. 63, 462. 

Serras, Jacobus, CapellannsMoravienBis, 

ii. 188. 
Robertns de, Praepositns de 

Dundee, iv. 468. 
Seton, Lord, Alexander, iv. 205. 



^^^^^P 220 ^^^^^ 


^^^^^V Seton, Lord, George, ill 


Seton, Alexander, Minister of Banff, iL 1 


^^^^^^1 


no. 


^^^^^^^B of Auohicbive, i. 360. 


Miuiater of Mortblack, 


^^^^^^L of Mddram, i. 166, 532, 


ii. 258. 


^^^^^^1 


VicariuB de Bothahiy, 


^^^^^^^M 


iii. 224. J 


^^^^^^1 


David, parson of Fetteroairn, ■ 


^^^^^^H 


ii. 404, 405. 1 


^^^^^^H Alexander, See Aberdeen, 


Preabyter, iii. 74. 1 


^^^^^^H ClmuoeUor 


Vicar of Creich, iii. I 


^^^^^^^^M ChancellorofAberdeea, 


333. I 


^^^^^^H 


George, iv. 500. 1 


^^^^^^H 381, 485; iv. 54-0. 


Knight, iv. 203. ^^ 


^^^^^^H 


of KiDkell, iii. 427. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^1 


Gilbert, Knight, iv. 193. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


Hagh, ii.286. ^ 




Jamea, iv. 500. 


^^^^^^^^^H fsjaadem, Cnstoa Domus Sanati 


of Boortie, i. 359. 




of Pitmedden, i. 360; 


^^^^^^^1 Alexander, of Gordon, 


iii. 422. 


^^^^^^^B 


of Shethin, iii. 76. 


^^^^^^H 205, 340, 341, 391, 


John, ii. 367 ; iii. 42; iv, 39, 


^^^^^^H 41 


466, 560. 


^^^^^^H of 


of DieblaJr, iii. 410. 


^^^^^H 


of Meldmm, iii. 422. 


^^^^^H 92, 343, 403, 


of Pitmedden, i. 359, 


^^^^^^H 


bnrgesa of Aberbro- 


^^^^^^^B SirAJexandei-, ofPitmedden, 


thock, i. 512. 


^^^^^^B 


William, Chancellor of Aber- ^^M 


^^^^^^^^^^1 Ale:taiider, of Fitniedden, 


deen, iii 400. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 


Brother of Alexander, ^^M 


^^^^^^^^H 


Earl of Huntij, i. 558. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Knight, 


558; u. 37S; iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^B ofTalljbody, Knight, 


577 ; iv. 70, 125, 342, 399, 495. ^^H 


^^^^^H 


of Blair, iiL 419. ^^H 


^^^^^^H 


of Echt, iii. 583, 583 ; ^^^| 


^^^^^H ofUrqiihart,iy. 499. 


^^H 


^^^^^^^^^H UaafmctDarius do Mel- 


of Meldram, i. 115. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^1 


359 ; iii. 73, 74, 413 ; iv. 309. ^^H 



^^^^^^^B INDEX OF 221 ^^| 


W Seton, Sir WiUiam, of Pitmedden, i. 


Sherar, Andrew, Proroet of Aberdeen, ^^^| 


I 358, 360. 


iiLl44. ^^H 


^^^ Willituo, of Udny, i. 285 ; iv. 


YicarofNigg, i. 260; ^^H 


^^^ 


^^H 


^^^H UiiuBter at Logie 


Duncan, ir. 402. ^^^1 


^^V Bncbui, iii. 76. 


Canon of Aberdeen, i. ^^^^H 


F Sewir, Johannes de, See Fprio, Cnatos 


^^H 


1 da 


Parson of Clatt, i. 15^, ^^^H 


^^^ Shand, Aleiander, iii. 497. 


563; iii. 77, 230, 238, 241, 247, ^^^| 


^^^L Reader at King-Ed- 


371, 464. ^^H 


^^H ward, i. 228. 


Yicar of Banff, ii. 126. ^^H 


^^^H Donald, Notary, iii. 567. 


Ticar of Nigg, i. 260. ^^^1 


^^^Hj Robert, ii. 432. 


John, Bargeas of Aberdeen, ^^^^^| 


^^^^■^ Foitiooer of TJdacht, 


^^^1 


^^^p 


Patrick, It. 316. ^^^| 


^^V Thoini»,ofCrai^, iii. 225. 


Thomas, Vicar of Monymnsk, ^^^^H 


^^H William, ii. 432. 


iiL 483, 484, 486, 500. ^^H 


^^T ofCraig. iii. 225. 


William,ofKiimeltor,lii.241; ^^^H 




^^H 


biehop of. 


Shetland, Archdeacon of, Walter ^^^H 


William, i. 113. 


^^^1 


Sheriff clerk ofBanff, 


Sbeyn, Bobert, ii. 433. ^^^^| 




ShivoB of That Dk, i. 334. ^^^H 


Shaw, Alexander, of Dell, ii, 297. 


Adam, iv. 782. ^^^M 


Captain, iii. 282. 


Johannes, iv. 347. ^^^H 


James, of Sanohie, iii. 146, 


Clericna, iv. 196. ^^^^| 


148,417. 


ClericuB Botnlorom et ^^^H 




Begistri, i. 500, 503 ; il 342. ^^^H 


iii- 410. 


Cleiicns Begiatri, ii. ^^^H 


L Sherar, Frator Alexander, iii. 119 ; iv. 


^^H 


^^ 29, 32. 


William, See St. Andrews, ^^^ 


^^H Alexander, ii. 431. 


Archdeanon of. T 


^^H Andrew,!. 573; iv. 402. 


Sibhald, Alexander, iii. 541. I 


^^^B Dean of Oarioch, iii. 


David, Minister of New Deer, ^^M 


^^M 


^^M 


^^^^M BnFgesa of Aberdeen, 


Jamea, ii. 173, 18a ^^^M 


^^H 


Vicar of Arbnthnot, i, ^^^^| 


^^H Chaplain, iii. 77, 


^^^1 


^^H 


^otaiy, ii. 250. ^^^^| 



KDEX OF FEBSOKS. 




INDEX OF PERSONS. 



223 



Sinclair, Lord. William, iii. 97, 98, 99, 
100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 110, 111. 

of Deskford, i. 647. 

of Findlater, L 647. 

Adam, iv. 673. 

Prebendary of Grich- 

ton, i7. 672. 
James, Vicar of Aberkerdor, 

ii. 208. 
John, Brother of the Earl of 

Orkney, iii. 95, 96. 

of Deskford, ii. 106. 

Notary, iv. 279. 

Magnus, son of William, Lord 

Sinclair, iii 103. 

Robert, iii. 177, 247. 

Thomas, Presbyter, iv. 727, 

Sir Walter iy. 729, 

Walter, iii. 247. 

William, See Dankeld, Bishop 

o£ 

iv. 205. 

Baron of Newbargh, 

i. 322. 
Skade, Willelmns, Capellanns Mor- 

aviensis, ii. IBS. 
Skene of Dyce, i. 110, 533. 

of Easter Echt, i. 110. 

of Lethinty, i. 110, 236, 533, 

537. 

of Ramore, i. 638. 

of Skene, i. 111,279,638. 

Adam, of That Ilk, iii. 318, 

319, 320, 321, 322, 323. 
Alexander, i. 280, 284; ii. 

45 ; iii. 318, 322, 825, 326, 827. 
of That Ilk, i. 281 ; ii. 

45 ; iii 33, 64, 89, 94, 103, 126, 

170, 193, 241, 260, 314, 315, 316, 



335, 340, 384, 418, 446, 518, 519, 

533, 540, 551, 561, 563, 589, 591, 

592; iv. 40, 46, 50, 79, 94, 111, 

121, 143. 330, 331, 367, 402, 442, 

762, 769. 
Skene, Alexander, of Dyce, iii. 226, 

316. 
Arthur, Reader at Logiemar, 

i. 230. 
Vicar of Olenbncket, 

iv. 449. 
GUbert, of That Ilk, iii. 314, 

315 ; iv. 90. 

Sir James, of Corriehill, i. 638. 

James, iii. 334^ 404; iv. 188, 

190, 381, 390. 
of That Ilk, i. 281, 282, 

283, 284, 393 ; iii. 313, 814, 318, 

319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 

327 ; iv. 142, 198, 205, 206, 207, 

208, 212, 257, 261, 399. 

ofWesterCor8,iv.762. 

Notary, iii. 443; iv. 

624. 

Sir John, iv. 372. 

John, i. 280; ii. 44, 45; iii. 

78 ; iv. 59. 
Clerk Register, L 638 ; 

iii. 383 ; iv. 372, 

of Dyce, iii. 226. 

of Skene, iii. 226, 316, 

428. 
of Onchterame, i. 290, 

315; ii. 45; iii. 53,257,553; iv. 

38. 

Patrick, iv. 762. 

Robert, iv. 56, 57, 58. 

That Ilk i. 279 

280 ; iii. 313. 



2i4 IXDEX OF PERSONS. 

Eadboner at Twkzid. Smii^ Jolm. Mook of 

YkMr««f Lccym.4i2. , ..... 

TVbHw ir. 14L L 

••«.., WUlaiBL. IT. ^37. I^ecer« of *^.^.t— jy 

tW CVrk cC ii. <I2S. Bobot. n. 3i5d : ir. Sid. 

Xocirr« XT. 279. .^ .. £x^orttr at Skvcb, l 

SIxow&v Aa»iKK. Xv^<kt3& iH. 4^. :a}L 

i;>L 4^ 4?S. 4.^ 4^\ TkxML L £4 . £. S»8. S»d^ 

Sfcrnier. Jaunasi. ii. ^i. 4$$ : it. 44a^ S:^. 

• -^ Jofla. fi rS. SxMrr.zT. ^%^. 

— . ICrok vST Lcaicnes^ i=L Vaestr W^HuarsaL o. 11;?: 

— •^ XcCKx. ~L $15v W^IBiaa.. L 4w4. 

WS2aaL. IT- "^X of 

A^Mr^xaiuvk. i ^1^ i^KOL J J— ni"K s. ^4: it. ns?. 

lis. 

XWnJtiM'. X :i. j;^.^. FriBCBcw. i. I^ 

x" ?Uiti?5aidL iL ^^. «.. TVunuKi. iL 3[i3L 

JvOis^ u. :^\ 5^^:. jt*^. ^«» . Smk Izsorsn as. rr ^i^J^. 

ji» ^r. iT. WI _ . Juaa it iL 115. 



^^^^P^^B INDEX OF 225 ^^M 


W Sonter, William, iv. 34fi. 


Spittol, John, iv. 48G. ^^^H 


I Spalding, Andrew, iv. 432. 


Spot, NinianuB de, Canonicae Dankel- ^^^H 


^^^ Jolio, ii. -261 ; iv. 610. 


densiB, i. 427, 606; ui. Ui, 514; ^^H 


^^^H Patrick, see Aberdeea, Dean 


68, 77, 78, 206. ^^H 


^^H 


Compntoram R«^8 Ro. ^^^H 


^^V 


tnlator, i. ^^^H 


^^H Spark, Henry, Reader at Quoqaoddil- 


Spottistvood, Jolin, see St. Andrews, ^^^H 


^^^H etanc. 


Archbishop of. ^^^^H 


^^^F Speed, George, Minister of Aberlonr. 


Sir Rober^ iv. 307. ^^^| 


P ii. 290. 


Springr, Thomas, Bnrgeaa of Aberdeen, ^^H 


1 Spence, Alexander, see Monymnsk, 


1)3, 295, 320. ^^H 


^^^ Prior of. 


Spyni, Honricns de. Vicarins de Banff, ^^H 


^^^L Andrew, Reader at Honkegye, 


^^H 


^^H 


William of, see Marray. Pt«. ^^M 


^^^1 David, i. 3S5 ; ii. 237, 360. 


contor ^^^^H 


^^^H Henry, of Bothum, iii. 53. 


Stacarte, William, ii. 432. ^^^| 


^^H John, ii. 369 : iv. 35i, 779. 


Staker, Andrew, ii. 407. ^^^| 


^^^^H Canon of Murray, ii. 


Starroti, Lanrenctae, Yicarina de Coal ^^^^| 


^^H 


^^^1 


^^^H Rotbeeay, Herald, i. 


Staonfortb, Rogems de, Vicarius do ^^^| 


^^H 


Banchory. Temao, i. 5G2. ^^^1 


^^^H Robert, iii. 


StenhoDFJS, Willelmns, ii. 355. ^^^^| 


^^^H Thomae, see Aberdeen, Bishop 


Stephanas, Canonicus AberdonenBiB ^^^H 


^^^H 


^^H 


^^^H llama Vioecomitatasde 


Clericas,ii. 17, 20; iii. 5. ^^^^| 


^^^1 Banff, i. 


Radnlfi Epieoopi Aber- ^^^| 


^^^P William, i. 314 ; iii. 263. 


donensis, 123. ^^^^^| 


^^™ ofBoddttme,iv.232. 


Willelmi EpiBcopi ^^H 


W Reader at Kynnoir 


Sancti Andree, i. 176. ^^^H 


1 Bitd Dnmbeunan, ii. 1 52. 


Persona de Lochrea, ^^^| 


1 Spenke, David, BnrgesB of Dundee, 


^^M 


1 iii. 13. 


DiaoonDB, ii. 16 ; iv. 693, 727. ^^| 


1 Spiny, Willelmna de, CanonicuB Mora- 


diotns Broky, Cnris Viceco- ^^^| 


1 vienBiB, ii. 201, 205, 206. 


mitatns de Banff Judex, i. 477. ^^^^H 


1 Spittol, Alexander, ii. 317. 


PcrBona de CIbbs, ii. 180. ^^^| 


1 Parson of Clatt, i. 156. 


Senescallns Badalfi Episcopi ^^H 


^^^^ Prebendary of Clatt, 


AberdonensiB, i. 56S. ^^^^| 


^^^L iii. 71, 352, 443. 


Steven, Alexander, iv. 347. ^^^^| 


^^^H Henry, iii. 161 ; iv. 332. 


Andrew, iv. 347. ^^^| 




^^^H 



226 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Steven, Ad drew, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iii. 216. 
Robert, Minister of Aberloor, 

ii. 290. 
Stevenson, Alexander, iv. 478. 

Andrew, Chaplain, iii. 35. 

John, iL 141 ; iv. 31, 555. 

Baillie of Cnllen, ii. 

141. 
John, Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iiL259. 

Nicholas, Notary, iv. 4f45. 

Patrick, iv. 352. 

Robert, Prior of Deer, i. 188 ; 

ii. 411,430, 431; iv. 32, 33. 



IV. 2/. 



William, Chaplain, iv. 173. 

Stevenston, Andrew, Baillie of Edin- 
burgh, iv. 33. 
Stewart of Bogue, ii. 311. 

of Dens, i. 110. 

of Lesmnrdie, L 615. 

...... Adam, iii. 306. 

Sir Alexander, iv. 167. 

"theWolfofBadenoch," 

iv. 185, ISd. 
Alexander, ii. 4^37; iv. 43, 

183, 184, 23^, 3S7, 649. 
Uieres Jaoobi Comitis 

de Bncban, iii. 50S. 
Son of Earl of Bnchan, 

iv. 247, 256, 267, 268, 274^ 276. 
See Mnrrmv, Chancellor 

of. 

- of Badenoch, iiL 521. 

of Sandbalch, iiL 582. 

..^ Sir Andrew, iL 2i»6. 
Andrew, Elnight, L 541. 

iiL 51 ; iv. 183, 486, 54L 



I 



Stewart, Andrew, Brother of Alex- 
ander Earl of Mar, L 555. 

of Albany, Knight, iv. 

193. 

of Sandhalfth, iiL 582, 

583. 

of Tannachie, iv. 147. 

Archibald, L 285, 514; iv. 

209. 

Arthur, of K joimachlo, iL 295. 

Charles, of Drummin, iL 296. 

David, Knight, i v. 6B, 69. 

of Rossjtht, Knight, L 

478 ; iiL 516, 517. 

.^ Burgess of Aberdeen, 

iiL 558. 

Commissary of Murraj, 

iv. 81. 

•^ Reader at QuoquoddO- 

stane, i. 229. 

Egidia, iv. 44. 

^..•. Henrietta, Marchioness of 
Huntly, iL 165. 

Heniy, iL 266, 326, 384; iiL 

581. 
...... James, iL 261 ; iiL 508. 

...... ...... see St. Andrews, Arch* 

bishop of. 

-. see Murray, Dean of. 

....~ Son of Murdoch Duke 

of Albany, iiL 587. 

Brother of the Earl of 

Mar, iv. 178, 382. 

^ Knight, iL 315. 

of Baddin^xmk, iii 583 

- of Riland, ii. 364 870, 

4Ci8; iiL 306,542. 

orSandlandi, ii 316. 

-... -.... of Trakware, iiL 583. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



227 



Stewart, James, Minister of In^erayen, 

ii. 294. 
Jane, wife of Alexander Earl 

of Hnntlj, i 165. 
Johannes, PraepoRitns Eccle- 

siaB de Methven, iv. 191. 

John, ii. 430 ; iii. 34 ; iv. 96. 

Son of James TIL, iy. 

215. 

Knight, iii. 370. 

of Bnchan, iii. 96. 

Captain John, of Denns, i. 

399. 

John, of Invermey, iiL 320. 

of Lorn, iii. 96, 231. 

Bnrgess of Aberdeen, ii. 

328. 
Minister of Aberlour, 

ii. 290. 
Minister of Inveraven, 

ii. 294 

Notary, ii. 266. 

Professor, i. 54. 

Treasurer of Aberdeen, 

iii. 206, 352, 443. 
Lewis, iv. 247, 248, 273, 277, 

283, 291, 301, 307. 
Mnrdacns, de Eynclevyn, iii. 

263. 

Nicholas, ii. 18i. 

Patrick, i. 490. 

of Kathdmm, iii. 539. 

of Latheri8,i.290,315; 

iii. 65, 78. 84, 105, 243, 257, 305, 

315, 375, 421, 511, 516, 524, 553 ; 

iv. 37, 40, 83. 

Chaplain, ii. 325, 326. 

Sheriff Depute of Banff 

ii. 367. 



Stewart, Robert, i. 118 ; iii. 84, 523, 
524. 

of Bute, iv. 193. 

of Fomathie, iv. 471, 

782. 

of Latheris, i. 464; ii. 

326, 366, 380 ; iv. 456, 590. 

of Lorn, iii. 582, 583. 

of Portestonne, iv. 

762. 

of Werquhat, iv. 762. 

Vicar of Aberdeen, iii. 

180. 

Frater Robertas, iii. 251. 

Theophilus, Professor of Hu- 
manity, i. 66, 

Sir Thomas, iv. 181, 182, 204, 

205. 

Thomas, ii. 261, 296 ; iv. 183, 

184, 247, 670, 

Knight, iv. 183. 

son of Alexander Earl 

of Mar, i. 555 ; iv. 256, 257, 262, 
263, 264, 266, 269, 270, 281, 282, 
283 284, 285, 287, 288, 296, 300, 
301, 302. 

Sir Thomas, of Minto, i 165. 

Thomas, Notary, iii. 198. 

!!.... Walter, i. 180 ; iii. 392, 429 ; 
iv. 182. 

see Dunblane, Arch- 
deacon of. 

Sir Walter, of Arthnrly, i. 

165. 
Walter, of Burlie, Knight, iv. 

AlJlm 

of Munes, i. 847. 

of Strathawin, iv. 191, 

405, 406. 



^H^H 


i^^H 


^^F 228 IXDEX OF FEHSONS. ^^| 


^^^1 Stewart, Walter, of SCrathawin, Eoight, 




^^^H ii. 206, 306, 309; iv. 206, 212, 


ii. 235, ■ 


^^^L 


Clericne,!. 561. 1 


^^^^^^H Pnncipal of King's Co!- 


William, Kuiglit, iv. G07. 1 


^^^^^B lege. 


Stoit, Johannes, iv. 347. 


^^^^^^V Wnielmns. Clericos, iT. 97. 


Stormont, Visoonnt of, David, i. 570. 


^^^^^^ William, ii. 261, 266. 


Stormontb, Magister de, Qnintigemas 


^^^^r see Aberdeen, Bishop of. 


Morray, iv. 304. 


^^^H Stey 11, Jotm, Burgess of Aberdeen, i. 


Story, WUlehnna, OffioinHs Aberdon- 


^^^^^^ 


ensis, L 196 ; iii. 546. 


^^^^^^H Ghaplaiu, ir. 1?3. 


Stot, John, iv. 782. 


^^^^^H Patrick, Monk of Liudores, 


Strachaa of Dalhakie. i. 110; ii. 6. 


^^^^^^H 


of Glenkindie, i. 110, 584, 652. 


^^^^F Stirling, Archibald, of Keir, Knight, iv. 


of Lentnrfc, i. 605. 


^^^^ 


of Thornton, i. 601, 637. 


^^^^^^_ Goorge, ir. 


Bee Moaymoslc, Prior oC J 


^^^^^^L ofBrek7,ii.430;iT.439. 


Adam, i. 618; iv. 467. 1 


^^^^^^H Notai7. iii. 520. 


Alexander, ii. 44; iv. 97,378, 1 


^^^^^^H OUbert, see Aberdeen, Bishop 


399. 1 


^^^^^^H 


ofCarmyly,ii.43. 1 


^^^^^^H HenncoB de. fiUna ComiUa, i. 


ofDollenarde. iii. 441. 


^^^^^H 


ofGlenkindie, ul48]. 


^^^^^^^^g filins Comitis David, ii. 


482; iv. 317, 442, 470, 780, 


^^^^^H 


yODDger of Glenkindie, 


^^^^^H i. £48, 624, 625. 


iv. 469, 470. 


^^^^^H 


of Kinnetlis, iii. 203. 


^^^^^H Kdgbt, u. 159. 


of Lodyntnrk, i. 404, 


^^^^^^H Notary, i. 457,518; iii. 


605 ; ii. 103 ; iv. 343, 347, 350, 


^^^^^H 46, 47, 102, 149, 


741. 


^^^^^H 184, 225, 236, 259, 275, 301, 366, 


ofLosmordy, tv.461. 


^^^^^H 414, 453, 454, 459, 475, 510, 541, 


of Thornton, 1.167; u. 


^^^^^H 553, 554, 558, 560 ; iv. 43, 80, 313, 


366 ; iv. 367. J 


^^^^^B S43, 439, 456, 633. 


Andrew, iL 356, 3o7, 404 ; iiL 1 


^^^^^^H Presbyter Sancti An- 


127; iv. 740. M 


^^^^^H 


erArdlethen,iii. 153. ^^M 


^^^^^H Richard, Notary, iii. 124. 


ofOrdley, iii. 4<:i8. ^^M 


^^^^^V SimoD, i. 292; ii. 31. 


Minister at Tilleneale, ^^H 


^^^^^^™ Ciericns Gilberti Epis- 


ir. 136, 137. ^^H 


^^^^r oopi Aberdoneusis, ii. 122. 


Arthur, ir. 673. '^^H 



^^^^^H INDEX OF PEBSONS. 220 ^^| 


W Straohftn, Arthur, MioUter of Morth- 


Strachan.Jamea.ofMoabatkovr.iv..%6. ^^^| 


1 lack, ii. '258. 


Thomtcn. ^^^H 


1 David, of Carmjly, ii. U, 45. 


^^^1 


f of Thornton, ii. 351 ; 


Mininterat AlforH. .In.. ^^^^^| 


1 iii. 38, 127, 138, 151. 


^^H 


^^^ Donald, i. 236. 


Minister at IJIatt. An.. ^^^^M 


^^^ Dancan. of Oleukindv. i. 290 : 


^^^M 


^^H iii. 52. »1.5. 553 : IT. 3». 40. 44>R. 


Minmt^nr at 'I'arvM. 111. ^^^^| 


^^^r Ueoree. iv. Itil. 


^^^H 


f ofEatirloamurdy,i».4t>2. 


Minister at Tnlluitowil. ^^^H 


of Losmordy, iv. 460. 


Ac. i. ^^^H 


L ..._ BaUieofAberdeeB,i.l90. 


Presbyter, iii. 358. ^^H 


^^L GUbert. ii. 187. 


Reader at Clanv.i. 228. ^^H 


^^^H (JanoD ot Aberdeen, ui. 


Kvanaimve. ^^^^| 


^^H 331, 832, 333. 


^^H 


^^H iienrr. ot JJalblav. iv. 443. 


Patrick. Keader at ToilineBBil. ^^^| 


^^^B Jamea. ot LoBmordv. iv. 46'd. 


^^H 


^^M 


Uanalohns do. ii. 55. ^^^H 


^^H Chaplain, iu. 586. 


UicarduB.OaDellanoB. iii. 58t;. ^^^| 


^^M NotAiT. iy. 277. 278. 


i:;octor ds JllsBO. IV. U4». ^^^| 


^^H 


Kichard. eoo JUonvmnsk. ^^^^H 


^^B Prebendarv of Belhel- 


Prior ^^^H 


^^M vie, iii. 71, 86, 206, 354, 435. 


'I'hoinaR. iv. 'AS(I. V4I. ^^^| 


^^^^L Prebendarv of Botarie. 


of tilenkindv. iii. 51 : ^^^| 


^^ft 


46/'. ^^^H 


^^^^H Probondarv of FnrlwH. 


of bentark. 17, 334. 335. ^^^| 


^^H 


Presbvter Uaneti An- ^^^H 


^^^H Hrfiflbvter of Ahnrdnfln. 


dree. i. 515. ^^H 


^^H 


K<-adflr nh ^^^H 


^^^H Vi-rarol'Airnr.] Iv 14^ 


Mtir.tnr <\a ^^^H 


^^^B iv. H45. 4t>7. 


^^H 


^^^V Eniirht i. 538. 549 : ii. 


WaideTQB de. ii. 71. ^^H 


^^M 74: iii. 132: ir. 156. 159.374. 


Willelmas, AcDareoB do 'i'lb- ^^^H 


^^^ 


bertio. iv. ;!r.R. im Jj^^H 


^^H nf HArmvIv 


William, ii. 38, 432, 468, 779, ^^H 


^^H 


^^M 


^^H of DDllvraMiB. ir. 366. 


of Glenkindv. i. 118: ^^H 


^^H of Lentork, iv. 364, 


V. 468. 469. 4^0. '/'62. ^^^1 


^^H 365, 367, 482, 758, 759. 


of Moubcddo, iii. 87. ^^H 



230 EJDEX OF PEBSOXS. 

Somcliixu Wniiiix^ of I^pperiT, LllS: * Stzv^erae, Aadrev c< m. 135. 

in. 129 ; IT. $66. * ' Sczadtracm, Eari c< Jokn, mi 6. 

.. . Pmsoq of DuTioi, IT. Stwdwryn. Sir Water cC Knicfct, ir. 

51tx 401. 
Prvliecdarr of Bocazie, Smxhsper, I>bcuibs de, Gregora^ n. 

IL 1^4 . 1^^- 

S<i«kik Jolaztntfs Tkans de Fyrie, ScntGB of iMOMfeoB, L SSL 

uL ^k^4w Alexuder, it. 4. 

S^Utaidiiii. R d^ iL 1^^. ^ de eodcB. i 282. 

SnmihxB, AleciDder. iL 2*62. — .^ of LttznesKm. in. 14^. 

Sirui&,\^lI}iuB.B0iiienaCxlsii2E»oQiL * Artiar, it. 5^6* 

L ±iS. CacCKs. m. ±?0, 

SrniichKxss^ WmeittiB oe. 1 Ivf^^. ScS. IlfcViL L S£-6s 5=« SS«L 

S7L JbBBS n. ^* S&. 

Snikxiif. I^Tii. iE. l^v. Jcfai i .SS:i : IT. ». 

:2$d. S^iCE2ibi.WEBebcB&Cc»lbeeB&.^^ic7. 

Scnokc:* JLainew, Xcgict, iL 3 SI, ^j. Soxiit. H i.lfibirw>> rr. Tt^ 

SiFMbiwTTL. JcdaKDes oe, L ^-CtL SarinrlL BcbstK de. 5. 1©. 

^ I^TSaof.£ll-a.2::iT.n±. as. E. 217. 

£^i2> IVfv«,' Copra? SbdwAadL EBd «£. J At, 5. iSri 4->± ; 

oeFrfeL £. i:^ 11^ :,'-rL l^d!^: it. 4c1. eS. 

ii t^-?*^ — — msiioBLLldS: a.4?, 

ScTvisicvxik. Scibst. «* CadiiaieasL l*-^ l^*^ : it. GIL 

Bijijrc o£. «f dmsiintT, £. ±1.7. 

5!nr««be, V^IBiaa. TT. lilT, AjcnoiSfs. cf De&s, L 1<^ 

:^n(iiiei«z^, R. 3f^ OSrasS? Aberaass rf 

£. iS^l. 

liSl, ICX 3^rtbnnft. 

— » .««« *.«*«. SmaK ff £■£ cf Snx3iinKiid.Tr. {vlL. 

SN*Qiisai^ ir, 1^ ^4. Hf^ i. ISL 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



231 



Satherland, Thomas, Prebendarios de 
Ellon, iiL 443. 

Prebendary of Rhynie, 

ii. 179. 

Usufructuary of Rhynie, 

ii. 179. 

William, of Duffas, iii. 33. 

Parson of Moy, ii. 188. 

Suttour, Johannes, ii. 184. 
Swan, Ricardus, Capellanus, iv. 648. 
Swyntone, Sir John, iv. 163, 728. 
Syme, John, i\. 471. 
Symmer, George, of Balyordie, iv. 354, 
355. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Paul, of 

Mergie, iii. 191. 
Syreis, A. de, ii. 302. 

Adam de, i. 496. 

Miles, ii. 15. 

Syward, Ricardus, i. 625. 

Taillbfer, Aethuk, Parson of Crimond, 
iv. 577. 

Prebendwy of Crimond, 

iii. 352. 

Johannes, Clericus,iv. 2 12, 260. 

Tait, Andrew, ii. 211, 212. 
Talbot, Sir John, iv. 714. 

Richard, iv. 713,714. 

Tarays, Adam de, Monachus, ii. 207. 
Tarbet, ViBCOunt of, George, iii. 112. 
Tarkin, St., i. 644 ; ii. 94. 
Tarras, Johannes de, Camerarius Co- 

mitis de Ross, iii. 533. 
Tarres, Johannes do, Capellanus, ii. 

199. 
Tarves, Duncan of, ii. 419. 

Johannes de, Ciericus Moravi- 

ensifi Diocesis, ii. 207. 



Tatenhill, Willelmus de, L 154. 
Tatuell, James of, iv. 486. 

WiUiam of, i. 626; ii. 120; 

iv. 486. 
Taylor, Sir Andrew, ii. 333. 

Andrew, i. 303, 389, 390. 

George, iii. 298, 299. 

Gilmichell, iv. 474. 

James, Schoolmaster in Ordi- 

phul, ii. 118. 

John, ii. 261; iv. 347, 348. 

Malcolm, ii. 262. 

Thomas, ii. 261. 

William, Burgess of Aber- 
deen, iii. 217. 
Telleuer, Arthur, i. 120. 
Templeman, Robertus, iv. 468. 

Willelmus, iii. 264. 

Tendman, Duncan, iii. 429. 

Teman, St., i. 387, 637, 656 ; ii. 7, 52, 

63, 54. 
Teunan, St., see Adamnan. 
Teviotdale, Archdeacon of, John 

Lauder, iii. 251. 
Teynd, Frater David, iii. 251. 
Thane of Blackball, i. 583. 

John, ii. 135, 365; iv. 188. 

Patricius, Vicarius de Inver- 

keithny, ii. 211, 212. 

Willelmus de Calder, i. 606. 

Thirlestane, Dominus Johannes, Can- 

cellarius Scoti», ii 571. 
Thom, Alexander, iv. 347. 

James, iv. 347. 

John, Reader at Deskford, i. 

229. 

Walter, iv. 348. 

Thomas, Canonicus de Kambekynel, ii. 
139. 



^^^^^^^^^^ 1 ^T'^^^^^^^^^^^^C 


?lrffaW^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


^^P 282 INDEX OF PEBS0N3. f 


^^^^^ ThomnB nflTwlUnno u Iftl. 97fl. 


Thoinaon, John, of Cnlts, iii. 261. 1 


^^^^^^^H Ttrii^i Kninonni Mnniiri- 


of Wester DiablMr, iv. " 


^^^^^^H 


7C2. 


^^^^^^^■^ 


Chaplain, iii. 223. 


^^^^^^H 


Malcolm, iii. 373. 


^^^^^^H 


Thomas, 11. 369, 


^^^^^^^^^H ... MmiBjilinx Hft AhRi-lirnt.hnp.t. 


of DudingatooD, Knight, 


^^^^^^H 


iii. 310. 


^^^^^^^^^^1 npnnH Alnfthni Rniiinrini Ahor. 


ofFecbfield, i, 413. 1 


^^^^^^^^^^1 


Burgess of Aberdeen, J 


^^^^^^ TVinRhvmBr. i. 398.421.447. 


iv. 689, 


^^^r 'rh™=™ nt P«,l,fi^M ilO 


Walter, iv. 367. 


^^H AWnnH^r 


WiUelmus, BallivoH de Kin- 


^^H nrniilta A^vnPj.1* 


tore. iiL 237, 238, 239. 


^^B 


WUliam, iii. 85 ; iv, 447, 526. 


^^V Andrew. Hi. .■>»!. 


Reader at Kinneth- 


^^^^^^^^^_ iUxborterat Kavne and 


mont, I 228. 


^^^^^^K Uaviot 


Thomuilsone, Alexander, iv. 449, 450, 


^^^^^^H Notary, i. 


Robert, iy. 450. 


^^^^^^H 439. 44U. 




^^^^^^H Header at UbTDie. 


Thornton, Johannes de, i. 282. 


^^^^^^M 


de oodem, i. 484, 435. 


^^^^^^ of M-'iVlfi 


Wftltems, iii. 317. 


^^^^^^H Craiz. i. 


Tod, RobertBB, Presbyter, iii. 122. 


^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H Uirnoan. 111. 4»<). 4!)ll. 


437. 


^^^^^^^^^^ft of AnchiDbamDer. 


TorpLichen, Prior of, Alexander Leigh- 


^^^^^^M 44 : m >v. 4<J. H-t.». 


ton, ii. 380 ; iv. 118. 


^^^^^^1 Ueonre. iv. 689. 


Magister Domna de, Gaoi^iia 


^^^^^^^m of AuRlimtonli. iv. 84H. 


Bandas, iii, 437. 


^^^^^^H 


Frater Robertas 


^^^^^^^^m Farson of itotbes. 


iiL 417. 


^^^^^^H 


Waltems Lind- 


^^^^^^^^M Fratop liilbeFtns. 


say, Miles, iii. S94, 595, 596. 


^^^^^^^V Gilbert. Notarr. iv. 36S. 


Torry, Frater Alexander, iv. 99, 32. | 


^^^^^^^H Jamea. MioiBter of Aberlonr. 


Andrew, ii 429 : iv. 52. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


David,iv. 52. ^^M 


^^^^^H John, i ii. U1- 


... John Hen 1 Innfermlinn ^^^^H 


^^^^^H 


Abbot ^^^1 



^^P INDEX OF PERSONS. 233 ^^| 


^^^ Torry, ThomaB, ii. 4S2. 


Tollidag; Alexander, of T.iartie, iU. S<< ^^H 


r WilliaiD,BorgeesofAbepdeea, 


Audratv, ii. 354. ^^^H 


L i. 363. 


of That nk, i. 290, ^^^H 


L Tough, Donald, iv. 847. 


396; iU. 29, 33, 47, 52, 64, 90, ^^^| 


1 Duncan, iv. 348. 


94, 103, 126, 151, 170, 257, 270, ^^^| 


L John, iv. 344, 367. 


335, 340, 375, 384, 408, 437, 446, ^^^| 


^^H^ John, of That nk, iii. 2C8. 


448, 449, 450, 551, 553, 563, 591 ; ^^^| 


^^^^H Muu£t6r of Aberloar, 


^^^1 


^^H 


of RanestoQD, i. 577 ; ^^^H 


^^" at Mortlach, ii. 


ii. 366 ; iv. 100, 232, 498. ^^^H 


258. 


of Rothmaise, iii. 429. ^^^^| 


W8t,ofThfttnk,iii. 268. 


of Sbettockaley, iii. ^^^H 


Trebronn, David, Hotarj, iv. 729. 


^^^H 


TraUl, Alexander, Header at Crnden, 


BnrgesB of Aberdeen, ^^^^^M 


i. 231). 


^^^^^M 




GUbert, Burgess of Aberdeen, ^^^H 


1.502. 


^^H 


Tranerty, JiWwbns, BurgenHS da Aber- 




deeo, iii. 64. 


William, of Rothmaise, iii. ^^^^| 


Trewnot, John, ii. 3a 


^^^1 


TrockeSawo, Robert of, ii. 208. 


Tnllo, Tbomas, i. 396. ^^^| 




Tullocb, Alexander, ii. 296, 309 ; iii. ^^^M 


^^L Hamelii>afide,L491. 


^^H 


^^^H Hector, Notary, iv. 109. 


of Moncoffir, iii. 94, ^^^H 


^^^H John, i. 113, 497. 


126, 170, 193, 221, 342, 384, 519, ^^H 




533,563; iv. 111,121. ^^H 


^^^H S15 ; iii. 83, 2o7, 446. 553 ; iv. 38. 


David, iii. 517 : iv. 183. ^^H 


^^^f Ricbard, iv. 109. 


^^H 


^^V William, of That Dk, i. 304. 


Thomas, of Bonytonu, iv. ^^^^| 


^^^1 of Balnacraig, iii. 520. 


^^H 


^^f ofPittendrigh,iii.557. 


of Moncoffir, iv. 469. ^^^| 


^^^ Trumbill, David, ii. 251. 


Walter, i. 288, 426 ; iii. 93. ^^H 


r Trumpet, Andreas, iv. 506. 


of Bonyngtoui), i. 427. ^^^^H 


- TuUcultry, Clericnsde, Mathens, iv. 698. 


WalteruB de, Fatronofi de ^^^^H 


^^H TallidafT, Alexander, of That Bk, i. 356, 


Tnllocb, iii. ' '^^^1 




Waiiam, iv. 638. ^^^| 


^^H 


Tulyberg, Angusioe de, iiL 263. ^^^H 


^^H^ of Raneetoun, i.115; 


Turing of I'overan, i. 71, 364, 366. ^^^H 


^^B 762. 


Adam, i. 196. ^^H 




^^^H 





/. ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^1 


^^F 234 INDEX OF PERSONS. ^^| 


^^^^ Tiiring, Andrew, iii. 96. 


Tynningham, Thomas do, iv. 118. ^H 


^^B of Fovenm, l 290, 


see Aberdeen, 


^^1 344, 345, 380 ; iii. 93, 96. 263. 


Archdeacon of. 


^^^^^^ Arthur, ii. 435. 


CanoDofAber- 


^^^^^^^ Gilbert, of Fovoran, iii. 94. 


deeo, iv. 378. 


^^^^^^^^M James, Bni^sB of Edinborgb, 


Tyrio of Dunnideer, i. 554, 555. 


^^^^^H 


David of Donnideer.iij. 403. 


^^^^^H 


Johannes. Clerions Sancti 


^^^^^^H Foveran, i. 356 


Andree Dlocesia, ii. 211, 213. 


^^^^^^H 429; 93, 


John of Dunnideer, iiL 403. 


^^^^^H 


^^^H 


^^^^^^^^M Sir John, of Foyeran, 


UcHBRARNi, see Onchtirame. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^H Robert, of Foveran, iii. 35,85. 


Uchiltre, see Ochiltree. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^^B Thomas, iii. 95. 


Uchterlony, see Onchterlonie. ^^^ 


^^^^^^H WilliHin, 


Udayn, Waltems, BallivoH de Banff, ii. 


^^^^^^^^1 of Ardocht, ii. 435. 


130. 


^^^^^H ofFoTerai>,i.ll3,n4, 


Udny of Udny, 1. Ill, 360, 366, 368; 


^^^^^H 


iv. 383. 


^^^^^H 52, 53, 64, 65, 78. 90, 93, 94, 103, 


of Aacbtereilon. i. 307. 


^^^^^H 156, 193, 257, 315, 340, 


AlpxnndBrofThatDk,iii.ni, 


^^^^^H 375, 384, 408, 421, 448, 449, 519, 


112. 


^^^^^^B 533, 536, 551, 553, 563, 590, 


Beverend, iii. 82 y3. 


^^^^^^" 38, 40, 50, 


Andrew, of Tnllery, iii. 35. 


^^^r of Tibirtaw, i. 396. 


Dnncan, Decunas deGarioch, 


^^H Tnrubnle, WUlelmoB, iii. 93. 


iii. 223, 4rt2. 485, 486. 


^^^L Tnruer of TumerhaU, i. Ill, 307, 308, 


Gilbert, ii. 436. 


^^H Hector, iii. 


Henry, of Mynoss.iv. 232. 


^^^1 Tarphyky, RicardoB de, iv. 378. 


John, of Dndwiok, iii. 49. 


^^^V Turribos, EaatachiuB de, iv. 698. 


of Udny, i. 21, 22; iii. 




483. 


^^m Miles, iv. 7S8, 


Patrick, i. 335. 


^^^B Tarriff, Abbot of Cormac, iv. 549. 


ofThatIlk,i.346;iii.77. 


^^^B Tnacbotfa, Simon, i. 625. 


Ranald, ii. 11, 12 ; iv. SO. ^^H 


^^^K Tivinam, Thomas of, iv. 188. 


of That Bk, iii. 14, 52, ^^1 


^^^K Waltema de. CaDcellarioB 


77, 78, 79, 84, 193, 221, 276, 340, ^^1 


^^^B R«gni, ii. 340. 


385, 408, 449, 450, 534, 551, 590 , ^^1 


^^^H Twyuano, Walteras de, iv. 712. 


^^H 


^^^^fc^^^ Tynnmgham, Adam de, see Aberdeen. 




^^^^^^B 

^^^^^^^■t 


^^^H 



^^^^^^^^M INDEX OF 235 ^^H 


P ■ TTdny, Wllliani, of That Bk, i. 115, 


Urqabart, Thomas, i. 1 18. ^^^| 


( 346, WJ: iii. 14, 52, 77,7^79, 


eee B«BS, Archdeacon of. ^^^H 


^^^ 83, 94, 103, 126, 170, 193. 221, 


of Cromarty, a 36G ; ^^^| 


^^L 237, 276, 302, 335, 340, 385, 449, 


^^H 


^^^1 450, 516, 534, 551 ; it. 78, 90, 131- 


SberiO* of Cromarty, ^^^| 


^^F Junior, iT. 90. 


^^^1 


W CgBtotm, see Ogston. 


William.'ii. 222. ^^H 


1 Um&ftville, Robertas do, ii. 43. 


ITrrie, General, i. 586. ^^^^| 


■ DpelUrs, Bernardne de, i. 299. 


of PitSchie, i. 586, G07. ^^H 


F Drcane, Nicolas do, ii. 284. 


Andrew, i. 513. ^^^1 


1 Utqaliart, Prior of, Thomaa, ii. 153, 


Dflvid, ofPitfichio, iii.501. ^^^H 


■ 155, 282, 283, 304. 


George, of Pitfichie, iii. 501. ^^^^| 


^^H William, ii. 159. 


OUbert, i. 512. ^^^H 


^^H ofMeldrom,!. Ill, 558, 5^0. 


of Pitfichie, iii. 501. ^^H 


^^H Adam, iT. 84. 


John, Knight, iii. 501. ^^^H 


^^H of Meldmrn, iii. 4H 


of Pitgcbie. iii. 501. ^^^H 


^^M 416, 466. 


William, of Pitfichie, iii. 14, ^^^| 


^^H Sheriff of Cromarty, i. 


33, 450, 401, 492, 493, 501 ; iv. ^^^M 


^^H 483; ii. 390; iii. 526, 530, 531, 


^^^M 


^^H 


Urwell, James, Reader at Rhynie, ii. ^^^| 


^^H Alexander, ii, 433. 


^^H 


^^^K of Cromarty, iii. 533, 


John, Notary, iii. 136. ^^^^| 


^^H 


Usser, Thomaa le, iv. 149. ^^^| 


^^^^B Sir Alexander, of Cromarty, 


WUlelmoB, Uominns tertiae ^^^| 


^^^P 


partis do Estirbalnatnthil, I 392. ^^^H 


^^H Arthur, ii. 406. 


Uthach, Boginaldna de, L 196, ^^^H 


^^^^ Donald, Notary, iii. 557; iv. 


Uthred, ^^^H 


^^^L 


^^^^M 


^^^H Jamea, of Byth, i. 489. 


Vacblli^'us, Wiu.EtxuB, i. 625. ^^^^^| 


^^^H 


Yaial, Wilielmne de, i. 547. ^^^H 


^^^H of Craigfintray, I 481, 


Valentine, Johannes, ClericnB Paro- ^^^H 


^^H 558 ; ii. 870 ; iii. 8S. 


chiaha do Leochell, iv. 34,7. ^^^H 


^^H ofCiilbo,iii.542,556, 


ThomoB, iv. 347. '^^^| 


^^H 


Valle, Grifinns de, ii. 155, 193. ^^^H 


^^H of Uddrom, iii. 414, 


VallibaB, Johannes de, i. 249, 2ii8 ; ii. ^^^| 


^^B 


136 ^^H 


^^^P P&trick.of Jakistotm, ii.3;0. 


VoIoniiH, PhilippDB de, Camerarins ^^^^H 


^^^V of Lethinty, iii. 468. 


Regis Willelmi, i. 336, 624; ii. ^^H 


^^H Sir Thomas, i 481. 


119, 233. ^^^H 





^^^^^ 236 INDEX OP PEESONS. ^^^^^^^B 


^^^H Valoniis, Rogerns de, ii. 54 


Vans, Walter, ii. 364 ; iU. n9. ^^^M 


^^H WiUelmDH de, Ii. 1)9. 


William, i. 307. ^^^| 


^^H Vans, Alexander, Laird of Uany, iii. 


Yaax, Sir Jobn, iv. COS. ^^^^| 


^^^L^^ 


William, u. 130, 146. ^^^| 




Teriment, Ricardaa, IL 24. ^^^| 


^^^^^B 


Veeci, Eustace de, iL 39S. ^^H 


^^^^^H Official of AberdeeD, 


Willelmus de, i. 561. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 


Vipout, WUiiam, ii. 397; iv. 599. ^^ 


^^^^^^^1 Andrew, ii!. 150. 


Vitorbambe, Jacobtts, Balliyns de Ban^ 1 


^^^^^^H David, VicarofBaDfT.iii. 358. 


ii. 130. J 


^^^^^^^^^^B .» Ticar of Inverbandj, 


Vocat, Jobannes, iv. 88. J 


^^^^^^1 


Bnrgensis de Aber- M 


^^^^^^^M Gilbert, i. 290, 291 ; iii. 513. 


deen, 1.393; iii. 272. M 


^^^^^^H 


VyuiUa, Willelmus de, ii. 303. ^^J 


^^^^^^H of Menj, i. 39C ; 


^^^1 


^^^^^^HL 


Waah of Stenbtodn, L 304. ^^H 


^^^^^^^1 Baillie of Aberdeen, a. 


Wacht, Andreas, iL 355. ^^ 


^^^^^^^m 


Wadinup, scutifer Jobannis Byseth, ii. 


^^^^^^m Jobn,;. 307,485; ui. 7,258; 


143, 144. 


^^^^^^1 


Walcbopp, AlanuB de. ii. 55. 


^^^^^^1 


Bobertus da, iii. 113. 


^^^^^^^^H ■ Professor of Humanity, 


WolderoB, Clericus, i. 624. 


^^^^^^^P 


Wale, Sire Thomas, Cberaler, U. 30. 


^^^^^^^^^^1 Burgess of Aberdeen, 


Walhand, Willelmus, Monachus de 


^^^^^^H 


Lindores, iii. 394, 410. 


^^^^^^^1 Notary, Iii. 527. 


Walkeden, Galftidus, iv. 108. 


^^^^^^^B Magnus, ii. 225, 251. 


WalkcliDua filius Stephaoi, i. 247, 


^^^^^^H| 


625. 


^^^^^^M Ricbard,i. 485, 514; iv.212. 


Walker, Alexander, of TorTylsith, iii. 


^^^^^^^1 


^^H 


^^^^^H ofFyndon,i.307,356; 


Andrew, iv. 123. ^^M 


^^^^^^H 


James, Beader at Forbes, i. ^^H 


^^^^^^1 of Many, i. 356,360; 


^^M 


^^^^^^1 


Jobn,iii. 367;iv. 347. ^^M 


^^^^^^^^M Bnrgess of Aberdeen, 


Biobard, i. 394. ^^M 


^^^^^H 


Thomas, iv. 348. ^^H 


^^^^^^H TbomaB, iii. 259 


Willelmns, morns feodi, iii. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^^^1 see Glasgow, Dean of' 


^^H 


^^^^^H 


Sir William, ir. 577. ^^H 



W INDEX OF PERSONS. 237 ^^| 


1 Walker, WiUiftm, i. 495, 508 ; ii. 190, 


Waltema, filivs Alani, iv. 74. ^^^H 


1 43Q i IT. 586, 658, 688. 


Senescallna, ii. ^^^H 


I Chaplain, iv. 648. 


^^^1 


1 Walkingham, Joban de, ii. 30. 


Jostici- ^^^^H 


1 Wallace, Andrew, i. 394. 


arias ScotiiB, ii. 136. ^^H 


L Duncao, ii. 43. 


Scotie, ^^H 


^^m Knight, iv. 160. 


ii.284;iv. 698. ^^H 


^^H Hagb, i. 436. 


aiins Malot, ii. 130. ^^H 


^^M Jamee, iv347. 


Sybaldi, i. 566:ii. 55. ^^H 


^^^L Br. John, Roman Catholic 


Officialis, i. 247. ^^^| 


^^H Bishop, ii. 


Persona de F;vie, i. 292. ^^^| 


^^H John, t. 42(3. 


R«ctor de Fovern, i. 470. ^^^| 


^^V of Colp, iii. 512. 


Seneecallna Scotie, i. 379 ; ii. ^^^H 


^^V Thomas, iii. 70. 


106; iii. 292, 293, 313, 317; W. ^^H 


^^H of Colp, iii. 512. 


^^H 


^^K Notaiy, iii. 510, 530, 


Walnchop, Aianns de, i. 298 ; ii:. 337. ^^^| 


^^^H Frebendaiy of Un- 


Robertas de, i. 298, 299 ; iii. ^^H 


^^^1 thank, ii. 


^^H 


^^H ricarofSpyny,ii.225, 


Wantone, William, ii. 434. ^^H 


^^H 


Wardlaw, Jacobns, iv. 462, ^^H 


^^H Sir William, i. 42, 329, 527. 


JobanneH, de Riccartouue, iii. .^^^^| 


^^^V WaJschot, Robertas, Snb-prior fratrum 


^^^1 


^^^V predicatonun de Aberdeen, iii. 


Wardrop, Alexander, de GothTnjs, i. ^^^^H 


^^H 


^^^1 


^^H Walter, Parson of Fjrie, ii. 327. 


Thomas, de Gothynys, i. 574, ^^^| 


^^M Walteraa, Capellanns, ii. 120, 303. 


^^^1 


^^^H Audree Epiecopi Mor- 


Warini,WiUelmns&liiia,con8tebalarinB ^^H 




castri do Ui^hard, iv. 703. ^^^B 


^^^1 Mathei Episcopi Abcr- 


Wartria, Nicolas de, Praepositne de ^1 


^^B donensis, i. 292, 293. 


Aberbrothock, iii. 178. ] 


^^H Regis, iL 41. 


Warwiche, Ricardns de, ii. 21. J 




Waseelin, WiUelmns, i. 247. ^^J 


^^^^B doneoBie, i. 563, 


Watorvile, Galfridns de, i. 247. ^^^| 


^^^1 WiUolmi Regis, u. 191, 


Watson, Alexander, Notary, iii. 37 ; iv. ^^^| 


^^^1 


^^H 




Andrew, i. 424 ; u. 395. ^^^| 


^^^^H Cementarins, i. 624. 


Archibald, Reader at Glen- ^^^H 




mnick, i. 229, ^^^^H 


^^^^B Aberdonensis, ii. 16. 


James, iv. 683, T 



^^^^^^^^^H J- ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ~ _ 




^^V 238 INDEX OF PEBSONS. ^^| 


^^^^^^^_ Watson, Jamea, Notary, ili. WdA,. 


Weddall, Andreas, ii. 237, 366. ^^^ 


^^^^^^L 


Henricua de, Clericas, iv. 


^^^^^^H of Archorthy, 


72a 


^^^^^^^^^ of CapraBtoau,m. I!)7. 


NotarinB,iT. 163,164. 


^^^^^^^1 Parson of Clatt, 


Johannee, Officialifl Sancti 


^^^^^^1 354 


Andreo, ii. 357. 


^^^^^^^H Reader at Aberchirder, 


Wedderburne, David, i. 56, 57, 60-66. ^^ 


^^^^^^V 


Bober^ iii. 597. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Bobert, IT. 447, 678. 


Frater Willelmos, iii. 351. ^^H 


^^^^^^^^H ofCaprastonciii. 197. 


WUliam, i. 60. ^^H 


^^^^^^H Thomas, iv. 471, 476. 


Weir, Frater Tbomas, iiL 119 ; iv. 29. 


^^^^^H Walter, i. 382. 


Wells, Galfridns do, Vicarius de Tar- 


^^^^^H .... William, iv. 640. 


ves, i. 335 ; iii. .57. 


^^^^^^^H ofCapra^toiu.iii. 107, 


Hngh, Parson of Dnrris, i. 


^^^^^H 


145, 353 ; iv. 385. 


^^^^^^f 


Vicar of Nigg, i. 261. 


^^^^^^^^ Minister of Leslie, 


Patricius,PrioDOBitnadePertli, 


^^^F 


iv. 120. 


^^^L Watt, Alexander, ir. 347. 


Welfib, Thomas, Senior, iv. 734. 


^^^^^^^^ Arthor, AdYOcate, iv. 67G. 


Jmiior, iv. 734, 


^^^^^^^b D^rid, ir. 347, 456, 


WomyB, navid, i. 551. 1 


^^^^^^^P 


of Anchlevin, iii. 397. J 


^^^^^^^ Miclmel, ii. 434 


398. J 


^^^^r Wanchop, Sir Adam, J. 291. 


Duncan, iii. 143 ; iv. 188. ■ 


^^^^ AJan, {. 291. 


Isabella, Domina de PitoUgo, M 


^^^^^^^H Wanss, See Vans. 


iv. 439, 440. ^^^1 


^^^^^^^B Wawaoe, Bartholomens, 169. 


James, of That nk, L 551. ^^^H 


^^^^^^H 


ofRet,iiL35. ^^^1 


^^^^^^^^^H Jacobns, de Oyne, CanonicDB 


Sir John, iv. 188. ^^^B 


^^^^^^^^^^^ Aberdoneneis, 


John, of That Dk, knight, iii. ^ 


^^^^^^^^H| Bectoi- de Oyne, 


397. ■ 


^^^^^^H^ 


Sir Patrick, of Reras, i. 437. 1 


^^^^^^^^^H Notarins, ii. 565. 


Thomas,i. 393; iii. 143; iv. I 


^^^^^^^^1 James, Prebendaiy of ElloD, 


190, 196. I 


^^^^^^H 


of Reras, knight, iv. 1 


^^^^^^H 


407, 408. I 


^^^^^^^^1 Official ofLathiaii,iii.l 2. 


Weachell, Archibald, i. 579. ■ 


^^^^^^^^1 Webster, John, Monk of Lindores, iii. 


Westland, Henry, Reader at Kildrym- ^^^B 


^^^^^^1 


^^^H 



^^^^B INDEX OF 339 ^| 


^^V Westraj, Ificbael de, Miles, i. 373. 




^^H Wbcllar, Ricardna, ir. 108. 


170, 287, 288, 304 ^^M 


^^H While, Atexander, iii. 119. 


C>peUuiii>,i.2»3,»>7, 624^ ^^1 


^^H Eeniy, iL4U2. 


ii. 17, 19, 1-20, 121 ; Hi. 5. ^^H 


^^^H Pardon of Fynnerin, 


U«tliei EpifccfN Aber- ^^H 


^H 


doDenns, i. IM, 292, 293. ^^^^^H 


^^^H Jolianaes, Dcpntatns Director 


WillebDiRegia,u.l<>l. ^^^^^H 


^^M Canpellarias iii. 581. 


de Taraalont, ii. 19. ^^^^^^H 


^^H John, Reader at Gemrfe, 1 230. 


aericosAdEunEpisco^Aber- ^^^^^^H 


^^B William, iii. 25. 




^^H ofAberdoar. i. 437. 


CoDstabnl&nosdfDnn. ^^^| 


^^1 Whiteoora, Friar John, iiL 196. 


d«e, iii. 125. ^^H 




Matbei Episoopi Aber- ^^^^^^H 




doneiiBia, iL ^^^^^H 


^^M WhiUaw, Archibald, Archdeacon of 


R^ulfiEpiscopi Aber. ^^^^H 


^^M Lotfaian. iii. 5% 102, 115, 164, 180, 




^^M 224, 232, 241, 27C, 314, 347, 348, 


Dispeiuator, ii. 387. ^^^^^H 


^H 357, S98, 417, 51 1, 515, 580 ; it. 


Filiii£Aluii,il96. ^^^^^H 


^^M 63, 214, 216, 337. 


Onncuii, ii. 302, SOS. ^^^^^H 


^^H See Lothiitn, Arch- 


Fnakiii, S. 1», in ^^^^H 


^^H deacMmof: 


^^^^H 


^^M Dean of Donlwr, iL 


Hivjoni!, L lU; S. ^^^^B 


^H 


^^H 


^^m SabJean of Gla^ow, 


Imbini, i. s<7. ^^M 


^^M 


On,ii.«2a ^^1 


^H Wichtiriys, Widtenis de, li. 191, 192. 


' Stepb>iii.i.S«i. ^^1 


^^H Wight, John, Prior of Dominicao, 


WiJiCTi. ir. 1(0. ^^B 


^^H Mooastciy at Aberdeen, i. 202. 


^ni" Bicwli Epinai i ^H 


^^M Wigmar, Bobertns, Mflea, i. 502. 


282, 284. "^ ^M 


^^M Wi^dle6holl^e^ Walter of, iL 397. 


Monadras de AietinAi^ ^^M 


^^M Wilie, John, Eihorter at Kintore, Ac., 


i. SCO. ^^^H 


^^M 


Pmm^ilSl ^^^^^1 


^^M Will, Geoi^, ii. 433 ; iv. 127. 


dg Abodm i <«.' ^^^^H 


^H Patricina, a 237. 365. 


^^^^^B 


^H Tlioniaih ii 369. 


d.IU.iT-'"'' ^^^H 


^^1 Willelmi, Andreas, iv. 324u 


^^^^H 


^H WillelmnB, Canonicoa, ii- 18. 


~ i.na.mi'- ^^^H 


^^m de Aberdeen, L 565 ; 


iLIS9. ^^^H 


^H 


...-. r»>.uM>4>-> ^M 


^^^ 


^L ^ 





^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 


^ 240 INDEX OF PERSONS. ^^^ 


^^^H WiUelmas, Ticecomes do Karol, W. 09 1 , 


Wiltona, Rogerna do, ii. 17, 20. ^^^B 


^^^H 


Wilyem, Allosona, iv. 347. ' 


^^^H WiUiam the Lion, King of Scots, i. 42, 




^^^^^^^ 44, 91, 127, 146, 147, 153, 161, 


Bishop, ii. 267. 


^^^^^^^L 192, 203, 246, 217, 256, 292, 334, 


Tiberina, Capellanna Moravi- 


^^^^^^^1 378, 420, 489, 496, 


enais, ii. 187. 


^^^^^^^1 626 


Winaiater, Fioronac, Eihorter at Aber- 


^^^^^^^M 


chirder, i. 229 ; ii. 151. 


^^^^^^M 


Winton, Alesander, of Andat, t. 321 ; 


^^^^^H 2S5, 276, 322, 327, 337, 363, 397 ; 


ii. U ; iii. 65, 57,64, 90,103,221, 


^^^^^H iil 60, 177 147, 486, 536, 


260, 335. 371, 418, 448. 516, 


^^^^^H 


536, 385, 586. 589, 591, 592 ; ir. 


^^^^^^V m., Sing of Great Britain, i. 


50. J 


^^^^^^ 570 ; iii. 355, 390, 415. 


Andrew, BnrgesB of Aberdeen, ■ 


^^^■^ William, Jacobna, Capellanas, iii. 140. 


iii. 585. I 


^^^H Parson of Aberdoar, ii. 373. 


David, of Andat, i. 321, 344, 1 


^^^V Robert, ii. 367. 


345. 1 


^^^V ...... Sub-dean of Marray, ii. 195, 


Ingeram of, ii. 74; iv. 176, 1 


^^H 


719. J 


^^^L WiUiBmson, Donald, iv. 625. 


of AnOat, i. 321; iv. ^^J 


^^^H James, Sotar;, iv. 33. 


^H 


^^^^^^ ...... John, of Hanches ofStralaj, 


James, i. 282, 514 i iii. 586. ^^M 


^^^^^^^ 


John, i. 541, 542; iii. 582. ^" 


^^^^^^^h Robert, Monk of Lindores, 


of Andat, i. 541 J iii. 


^^^^^^M 


585, 586. 


^^^^^^^^ Thomaa, Burgess ofKintore, 


ofRylanda,iii.585,586. 


^^^F 


Patrick, of Rjlands, iii. 585. 


^^^1 Willok, Jacobns, ii. 326. 


Ranald, of Andat, iv. 70. 


^^^^^^^ Wilson of Phinzeoch, i. 61<). 


William, of Ejlands, iii. 585, 


^^^^^^^L 


586. 


^^^^^^H 


Wiseman, Alexander, ii. 252. 


^^^^^^^^^^m Itoader at Abercbirder, 


Andrew, ii. 282, 283. 


^^^^^H 


James, iii. 581. 


^^^^^^^^^H Header at Cruden, 


Richard, iv. 839. 


^^^^^F 


Thomaa, Viceoomea de Elgin, ^^^M 


^ William, Canon of Monj- 


^^H 


^^^H mask, iii. 439, 492, 493. 


William, ii. 159, 282. ^^H 


^^^H|^^ WUton, Jobannea de, iii. 402 ; iv. 694. 


William, Notary, ii. 168, 225, ^^^M 


^^^^^^^H Robertus de, i. 561. 


^^H 


^^L 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M- ^^^H 


M 





vl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l 


^^P^^^ INDEX OF PERSONS. 241 ^ 


^^1 Wbeman.WiilkiQ.Viciu-of Keitb.ii. 243. 


Wood, Walter, of Bonyntonn, iii. 303. 


^^^B Wishart, Jataes, of Fetarow, iv. 35. 


WUIiam, iii. 227. 


^^H 


ofBonyntoiui,iil.33, 3J. 


^^B Knight, i. 277, 625; 


of Mill of Fintray, iii. 


^^K 


424, 425. 


^^^V of Petarow, iii. 128, 


Woodman, John, iv. 657. 


^^^B> 244, 245. 


William, L 437. ' 


^^B ...... W.,W. 697, 


Wormat, Johannes, iv. 45. 


^^^ Wolok, St., i. 128, 129, 130, 632 ; H. 


Burgenaiade Aberdeen, 


^^m 


iii, 11, 146, 147, 366. 


^^H Wood of Colpnay, i. 285. 


Willelmns, BnrgensJB de Aber- 


^^^1 Andrew, i. 118. 


deen, iii. 475. 


^^^^ ofColpnaf, i. 115. 


WoBtuattef, RobertoB, Monaehus ilu 


^^^f oJ'Fothorkerne, u. 354, 


Lnndoris, iii. 394, 4Hf. 


^^H 355 ; iii. 


Wright. Alexander, Chaplain, iii. 3?2. 


^^B of Fynaerce, iii. 305 ; 


Monk of Lindores, iii. 


^^H 


394, 410. 


^^^H of OverUaretovD, iii. 


Notary, iii. 490. 


^^H 47, 212, 214, 361. 


Johannes, Conetabulttrins do 


^^H Monk of Lindores, iii. 


Falkland, ii. 36. 


^^H 


Thomaa, iii. 48. 


^^^1 James, i. 303. 


Wnltems, capellannF, i. 576. 




Wrke, Jacobus, capellanna, iv. 63. 


^^H John, iii 425, 582, 583; ir. 


Wshill, Andrew, iv. 473. 


^^H 


Wymeth, Archibaldus de, ii. 169. 


^^^1 of Bawbegno, iu. 47. 


WjBde, Joiianaea, Mams Capitalis 


^^^H of Ff nnerce, iii. 305. 


Vicecomitatns de Aberdeen, i. 232, 


^^H of MUl of Fistni]', ir. 


233. 


^^H 


Mama de feodo de 


^^^H of MilltooncfFintray, 


Aberdeen, iii. 263. 


^^M 


Wys, Robert, Canon of Aberdeen, iv. 


^^H Notary, iii. 101; iv. 


3/8. 


^^H 


Wytby, John of, Prebendary of Kynor, 


^^H Tfaomae, iv, 637. 


ii. 168. 


^^^^H Burgess of Aberdeen, 


Wytb, Alexander, iii. 30. 


^^^1 




^^^^1 Monkof LiDdoree, iii. 


ToiLL, Waltema, OfficiftlU Aberdonen- 


^^H 


aU, iii. 322, 461. 


^^H Walter, iii. 46, 47. 


Yett, David, iv 104. 


1 







242 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



roong of Migstrath, i. Ill, 634. 
Alexander, Canonicns Aber- 

donoDsis, i. 283, 606; iii. 180, 

241 ; iv. 402. 
Notary, iii. 85, 466; 

iv. 672. 

Andrew, i. 882. 

Sab-prior of Deer, iv. 

62. 
Reader at Strachan, i. 

226. 

James, Notary, iv. 65. 

John, ii. 261 ; iv. 468. 

Burgess of Edinburgh, 

iii. 568. 
Vicar of Fordyce, ii. 

146. 



Young, Lanrentioa, Gapellanns de 
Westhall, i 120 ; iii. 441, 443. 

Peter, of Midstrath, ii. 76. 

Robert, Minister at Benholm, 

i. 653. 
Yonngar, Thomas, iv. 304. 
Yonngis, Yaldens, i. 197. 
Youngson, Alexander, Notary, i. 180, 

182. 
Ythan, Sir James King, Lord, i. 71, 

307. 
Yule, Andrew, iv. 347, 741. 

John, iii. 322. 

Chaplain, iv. 378. 

Parson of Culter, i. 

858 ; iii. 320, 322, 323 ; iv. 385. 
Thomas, iv. 131, 178, 



abbrdern: printed bt aututju kino and company, Clark's court, top or bkoad street. 




liiiRlPimii 

3 tlDS DD5 5t^ 7t5 



^ A 



4 



Stanford University Ubrary 

Stanford, California 



In order that others may use this book, 
please return it as soon as possible, but 
not later than the date due.