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Letter from John Wardrop, Falkirk to [his brother in law] Alexander Shaw, surgeon, HM Ship Windsor, mentioning that he hopes his gout has improved. Also mentioning about the impending marriage of James Shaw [Alexander’s nephew]. Also mentioning that a bond and Instrument of Sasine for Dalquhairn and Paixhole in favour of him [Alexander] is in in his hand. Also mentioning that he thought it unfair that Alexander had been asked by his brother [James Shaw] and nephew to lay our so much of his money. Letter damaged, parts missing.
Instrument of Sasine by James Black, wright in Paixhole, in favour of James Buchanan, merchant, in respect of the Lands of Paixhole
Letter from Ja[mes] Shaw, Falkirk to his brother Alexander Shaw, HM Ship Windsor, concerning a sum of money being lent to him by Alexander via Mr Anderson for the purchase of Paixhole and repairs on property at Loanend.
Receipt issued by Jo[hn] Knox, minister, Slamannan to James Shaw in respect of the stipend due for the lands of Dalquhairn and Paixhole
Charter by Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow and Lady Helenore Hay, Countess of Linlithgow, in favour of James Shaw and Agnes Fleming, his wife, of lands at Dalquhairne and Paixhall. Reserving the of the Earl of Linlithgow to erect a mill.
Translation of Charter by Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow and Lady Helenore Hay, Countess of Linlithgow, [as in A1894.002/01] in favour of James Shaw and Agnes Fleming, his wife, of lands at Dalquhairne and Paxhill
Charter by Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow in favour of James Shaw and Barbara Boyd, his wife, of lands at Dalquhairne and Paxhill
Tack by John Shaw, Minister of Kirk o' Shotts, in favour of his brother James Shaw of Dalquhairn, of the lands of Dalquhairne and Paxhole for the duration of 13 years.
Transcription of Tack [as in A1894.005/01] by John Shaw, Minister of Kirk o' Shotts, in favour of his brother James Shaw of Dalquhairne, of the lands of Dalquhairn and Paxhole for the duration of 13 years.
Heritable Bond of James Shaw of Dalquhairn, in respect of £300 owed to Alexander Shaw, with lands of Dalquhairn and Paixhole as security. Top and bottom of first page and bottom of second page missing
Letter from Alexander Shaw, HM Ship Windsor, at Plymouth to his brother James Shaw, Senior at Dalquhairn, advising that he is pleased that Paixhole can again be brought into the Dalquhairn estate and that he will lend him the money for its purchase and other expenses Also mentions that he hopes that James will purchase Bedcur and Cowpers Land opposite Loanend. Also passing on compliments to friends and acquaintances. Document in fragile condition.
Transcript of A1894.022/01, Presentation by Alexander Archbishop of Glasgow in favour of the Rev John Shaw, Minister of Stonehouse to the Cure of the Kirk of Shots