Ref NoSBA/250
TitleState of the Process of Division of the Commonalty of Wilton, Robert Langlands of that Ilk v Henry, Duke of Buccleuch and others, with plan
Description[Continued] The deponent could not distinguish who owned what part of the head-room however, both Drinkston and Cowedhouse were owned by Robert Scot who used it for his sheep and chased off anyone else. Grayhill-bog lay within that head room. James Blaikie's horses and cows would graze by Cala-burn which he owned but if his animals strayed further they would be turned back by Cowedhouse and Drinkston towards Whitfield. Depones never saw Blaikie's herd on any part of Whitfield head-room.
Francis Scot (Aged 70) lived in Salonside
Extent2 items (copies), one incomplete and poor condition
Access StatusOpen
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2021