burgesses & guild brethren of Glasgow, 1751-1846. by Glasgow (Scotland)

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Published by Printed for the Society by J. Skinner & company, ltd. in Edinburgh .

Written in English

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  • Glasgow (Scotland)

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  • Glasgow (Scotland) -- Registers.

Edition Notes

Issued in 7 parts, 1931-1935.

Book details

Statementedited by James R. Anderson.
ContributionsAnderson, James Richard, 1878- ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS460 .S4 no. 66
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 566 p.
Number of Pages566
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6318153M
LC Control Number35004848
OCLC/WorldCa2484055

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John Douglas, tailor, B and GB gratis, on the nomination of George Black, bailie – 4 Oct Burgesses were received and sworn in the presence of the magistrates and council and their entries were engrossed in the Minute Books of the procedure continued until 7 Octoberupon which date, by act of council, the right was transferred to the Dean of Guild and his Council, and thereafter new admissions are recorded in the Act.

John Douglas, of Mains, B and GB gratis, at the desire of the Dean of Guild – 5 Oct Note: In both Scottish Record Society Transcriptions on the Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow 1. to and 2. to – I think that the number 1. indicates Merchant rank as opposed to number 2.

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A-H only. Glasgow The Burgesses and Guild Bretheren of Glasgow ;. Magistrates of Royal Burghs to admit Roman Catholics to be Burgesses and Guild Brethren of their respective Burghs on condition that they swore an oath of loyalty.

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Both books have been digitised by the Trades House of Glasgow and may be downloaded for non profit private study. Many equivalent registers of burgesses and guild-brethren for Edinburgh, Glasgow, and elsewhere have been published and a number of the older volumes are now available online (see below).

Still more remain in manuscript and are an important but under-used resource. Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Ayr,ed. Alistair Lindsay and Jean B. Kennedy, eds., The Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Ayr (Ayrshire Federation of Historical Societies, ) Banff Burgess Roll of Banff,ed. Frances McDonnell.

Scottish Record Society - Volume 51 - The Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow - () – pages. Scottish Record Society - Volume 52 - Inventory of Pitfirrane Writs - () – 76 pages. Scottish Record Society - Volume 53 - Roll of Edinburgh Burgesses and Guild Brethren - () – 76 pages5/5(8). Rambles Round Glasgow by Hugh Macdonald: TO JAMES HEDDERWICK, ESQ., The Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow – The Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow – The Social Condition of the Poor in Glasgow.

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is the father of John Gray, merchant in Glasgow. He died before 10 Maythe date upon which his son John was enrolled as a burgess of Glasgow [James R. Anderson, The Burgesses and Guild Brethren of Glasgow, (Scottish Record Society, Edinburgh, ), page 28].

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