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AF70/648/1-4 West Highland Survey by Dr Fraser Darling: punched cards 1948 This record is Open.
CC2/7/8/2 Petition by Sarah Rankine, relict of Dugald Clerk of Braleckan and other creditors, to sett for another year the lands of Auchindryan (Auchindrain) and Clenary belonging to the deceased James McPhun of Clenary (Claonarigh). Granted. 15 March 1763 This record is Open.
CC2/7/9/3 Petition by Sarah Rankine, relict of Dugald Clerk of Braleckan, Angus Fisher, merchant in Inveraray, David Campbell of Cloichomby, Archibald Lamont of Lamont, Archibald McVicar at Lochgear (Lochgair), and John Sinclair, merchant in Inveraray and other creditors, as nearest in kin, to sett for another year the lands of Auchindryan (Auchindrain) and Clenary belonging to the deceased James McPhun of Clenary (Claonarigh). Granted. 13 March 1764 This record is Open.

CS46/1830/12/125 Decreet approving of a sale of the lands of Auchindrain in favour of Elias Cathcart Esq Dec 1830 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Not Held
DD27/4089 Auchindrain Township, near Inveraray, Argyll 1964-1966 This record is Open.
GD3/1/2/1 Extract of procuratory of resignation and deed of tailzie granted by Alexander, 9th Earl of Eglinton 30 Jan 1729 This record is Open.
GD25/1/299 Charter by Gilbert Graham of Knockdolian to Mr Walter Kennedy Provost of the collegiate Church of Mayboll his heirs and assignees of the 2 merk land of Leffintinwel, 3 merk land of Shalloch-glentig, 20 shilling land of Knockmersauch, 16 shilling 8 penny land of Balmalcom, 16 shilling 8 penny land of Serlingconnathan, 16 shilling 8 penny land of Dalgarie, 6 shilling 8 penny land of Lawfin, 20 shilling land of Strabrecken, 20 shilling land of Ardnemil, 20 shilling land of Corleffin, half merk land of Glackcavil, half merk land of Strowanforen, half merk land of Arcliach, half merk land of Auchsticklurg, half merk land of Lalimore, half merk land of Tangindaw, half merk land of Clathfin, merk land of Lagan, merk land of Birchlie, merk land of Glacklie, merk land of Bardrochet, 20 shilling land of Pinnithury, 20 shilling land of Over Altican and half merk land of Auchinlochrie lying in the Earldom of Carrick. - proceeding on the resignation of the said Mr Walter Kennedy - to be holden blanch of the said Gilbert Graham of Knockdolian and his heirs for payment yearly of a silver penny in the church of Colmonel 17 Nov 1530 This record is Open.
GD25/1/362 Instrument of Seisin in favors of Thomas Brown burgess of Ayr, and Marian Kennedy his wife, in the 3 merk land of Glengennet - proceeding on the precept No. 359 15 Feb 1538 This record is Open.
GD25/1/498 Instrument of Resignation and remanentiam by James Baird of Drumulin, in the hands of Gilbert Earl of Cassillis, of the 2 merk land of Garpin and merk land of Dalduff, lying in the Earldom of Carrick, and which formerly pertained to him the said James Baird and were apprised from him before the Lords of Council by George Shaw, and whereof he afterwards obtained Decree of Warrandice of the said Lords against John Baird of Kilhenzie, and therefore with consent of the said John Baird, he resigns the same in the Earl's hands as Superior, to remain with his Lordship and his successors in time coming, with all right and title which he had thereto, and to the Decree of Warrandice obtained as said is 6 Aug 1547 This record is Open.
GD25/1/517 Instrument of Intimation by the Earl (personally) to John Shaw of Hally, that he (the Earl) is Cessioner and assignee of John Baird of Kilhenzie in and to a Letter of Reversion granted by the deceased John Shaw of Hally grandfather of the said John Shaw to the also deceased Gilbert Baird of Kilhenzie grandfather of the said John Baird his heirs and assignees dated at Edinburgh 28th Feb. 1506 (See GD25/1/205) for redemption of the 7 merk land of Clonclath, Kirkbride, Bardonan, Craigo, and Ardathie, lying in the Earldom of Carrick, for payment of the sum of 500 merks, together with a Letter of Assedation of the said lands for the space of 9 years after the said redemption for payment of 7 merks yearly at the feasts of Pentecost and St Martin by equal portions 24 Mar 1547 This record is Open.
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GD25/1/560 Charter by Gilbert Earl of Cassillis to Thomas Kennedy son and apparent heir of Thomas Kennedy of Coif and his heirs male, whom failing to return to the Earl and his suncessors, for homage and service done and to be done, of the 3 Merk land of Coif and 4 merk land of Makilvardston (v. Macalvinston) lying in the Barony of Cassillis - proceeding on the resignation of the said Thomas Kennedy Elder of Coif. To be holden of the Earl and his successors Earls of Cassillis for service of ward and relief and also of marriage when the same shall happen, and giving suit and presence in the Court of the barony of Cassillis, to be holden at Dunure - reserving the free tenement of the said lands of Coif and Makilvardston to the said Thomas Kennedy Elder during his life 1 Apr 1555 This record is Open.
GD25/1/576 Contract between Gilbert Earl of Cassillis and Dame Margaret Kennedy Countess of Cassillis his mother relict of Gilbert Earl of Cassillis his father, bearing that the Countess shall have the place of Cassillis with the garden and orchard thereof for her residence during all the days of her life, and the Earl assigns to her yearly during her life, 110 bolls of meal, 52 bolls bear, 115 merks money, 89 capons, 36 salmon and the 3d. part of the Meadow of Blairboy, and that in contentation of all terce and conjunct fee lands falling to her, or to which she can anywise claim by and throw the decease of her husband, lying in the Counties of Ayr and Wigton, and which meal, bear, silver, capons and salmon, to be uplifted and payable from the Mains of Cassillis, 4 merk land of Giltreehill, 2 merk land of Pinmyrie, 2 merk land of Carsonston, and lands of Holehouse, 20 shilling land of Lindsayston, half merk land of Dunurehill, Bernard thomsons merk land, 2 merk land of Milltoun of Cassillis, Archibald Hamiltons merk land, 20 shilling land of Drumboy, 20 shilling land of Barnshean, 20 shilling land of Over Craufurdston, 2 merk land of Nether Craufurdston, 2 merk land of Middle Craufurdston, 2 merk land of Gunerston, half merk land of Makroriston, 10 shilling land of Burnmouth, Down-dunches half merk land, merk land of Garpin, 3 merk land of Burnford, 21 merk land of Balquhirn and Balmuck, and Charles Kennedys merk land all lying in the barony of Cassillis - for which causes, the Countess discharges the Earl her son and his successors, of all right and title which she had to the terce and conjunct fee lands falling to her by and through the decease of her husband as aforesaid, and of all tacks steadings and possessions pertaining to her husband, by virtue of the Act made at his going to France, dated at Edinburgh ……… 1557, and renounces her office of executrice, to the Earl her son, which office was conferred on her by her husband, with power to the Earl to use the same as fully and freely as she could have done in virtue of her husbands Latter Will - and also makes and constitutes the Earl and his successors her bailies (with service of men hosts, and raids or armies) of her terce lands, with power to his Lordship and his aforesaid, by themselves or their deputes, to hold courts, and do every thing concerning the office of bailiary, which she could have done by her deputes; and also the Earl grants permission to her, during all the days of her life, to take wood to the place of Cassillis from the woods of Cassillis and Dalrymple 28 Aug 1559 This record is Open.
GD25/1/577 Contract between Gilbert Earl of Cassillis and Dame Margaret Kennedy Countess of Cassillis his mother, by which for the love and favor he bears to her, and for decorating her house, he gives her during all the days of her life, the yearly rent of the 2 and a half merk land of Craigmulloch, lying in the Earldom of Carrick as possessed by John Makquhilie herd, together with 101 milk ewes, 77 yeild ewes, 108 wedders, 40 gimmers, and 40 dinments, as also other 80 gimmers and dinments all to be received by her, from the said John Makquhilie, at the feast of Beltran then next 1560, together with 11 old goats and 2 kids - as also he gives to the Countess his mother 104 head of nolt pasturing upon the lands of Kericastle in the forest of Buchan viz. 16 nicol cows and as many calves, 17 ferow and 9 yeild cows, 5 three year old cows, 22 old oxen, 2 bulls, 6 three year old oxen and 2 bulls, 5 two year old oxen, 3 two year old queys, 8 quey stirks and 9 oxen stirks, which sheep, goats, and cattle, the Countess obliges herself her heirs, and executors, to leave on the ground of the lands respectively above mentioned at her decease, or the like number, and of as great avail, for the use of the Earl and his successors - and also he gives to the Countess during all the days of her life, a silver basin and a laver, a double gilt cup of silver raised work, with a cover, 2 cases of silver, the one gilt, and the other ungilt, a gilt macer, 2 silver trenchers (plates) with 2 little salt-fats in their nooks (corners), 12 silver spoons, a silver salt-fat, and cover thereof, ungilt, a black velvet bed, with the curtains of black damask, and 4 pieces of tapestry in Edinburgh, and 4 feather beds and their bolsters - all which silver work, tapestry, and beding, the Countess obliges her and hers aforesaid, to leave to the Earl and his successors, within the place of Cassillis at her decease, or as much, and of the same avail - and also for certain good causes, she assigns the Earl her son in and to all moveable goods which may belong to her at the time of her decease, and the Earl being under age, he obliges himself to chuse curators between and Martinmas then next, and cause them ratify the Contract 29 Aug 1559 This record is Open.
GD25/1/650 Instrument of Resignation ad perpetuam remanentiam, by John Blair of Middle Auchindrain, in the hands of Robert Makmillan burgess of Ayr, of the equal half of the 40 shilling land of Mains of Greenan, lying in the bailiary of Carrick, and immediately thereafter the said Robert Makmillan resigned the said equal half of the 40 shilling land of Mains of Greenan, in the hands of Thomas Davidson younger of Greenan as assignee of Thomas Davidson Elder of Greenan his grandfather in and to the redemption of the same, with all right and title which either of the said John Blair and Robert Makmillan had thereto 10 Nov 1564 This record is Open.
GD25/1/705 Precept of Clare constat by Gilbert Earl of Cassillis to David Kennedy as heir of the deceased Thomas Kennedy fiar of Coif his brother german son of Thomas Kennedy Elder of Coif, in the 3 merk land of Coif and manor place thereof and 4 merk land of Makilvardston, lying in the barony of Cassillis and bailiary of Carrick. - To be holden of the Earl and his successors, for service of ward relief and marriage 31 Mar 1567 This record is Open.
GD25/1/1023 Instrument of Seisin propriis manibus in favors of Neil Montgomery younger of Lainshaw and Marian Mure his wife in conjunct fee and liferent - in the 8 merk land of Nether Skeldon, half merk land of Aird with the manor place orchard, mill, and salmon fishings thereof, lying in Kyle regis - given by David Campbell of Skeldon the superior in consequence of the resignation thereof in his hands (GD25/1/1020) by Neil Montgomery Elder of Lainshaw and Charter (GD25/1/1021) granted by the said David Campbell thereupon to the said Neil Montgomery younger and Marian Mure his wife 7 Feb 1592 This record is Open.
GD25/1/1057 Retour of the Special Service of John Earl of Cassillis as heir of the deceased Gilbert Earl of Cassillis, his father -in the merk land of Carslo with the manor place orchard and mill thereof - the 2 merk land of Craigfyn in property and 40 shilling land of Drumfad in tenandry, extending altogether to a 6 merk land, and lying in the Earldom of Carrick - The inquest being Sir Thomas Kennedy of Culean Knight, Anthony Kennedy younger of Balsaroch, David Kennedy of Auchleffin, Gilbert Kennedy of Auchinsoul Hugh Kennedy of Girvanmains, Hugh Kennedy of Clauchanston John Kennedy of Bogend, John Mure of Auchindrain etc. 1 Mar 1596 This record is Open.
GD25/1/1077 Renunciation by Walter Mure of Cloncard eldest son and heir of Umquhil Patrick Mure of Cloncard to John Kennedy of Baltersan, bearing the said John Kennedy having infeft the said Umquhil Patrick Mure in the half of the 40 shilling land of Macleriston, lying in the barony of Greenan and Earldom of Carrick, but redeemable on payment being made by the said John Kennedy to the said Umquhil Patrick Mure his heirs and assignees of the sum of 1200 merks money of this Realm - And the said Umquhil Patrick Mure having infeft the said Walter Mure his eldest son, and also Hugh, Robert, and Quintin Mures his younger sons, in an annualrent of £20 money aforesaid, to be uplifted from the said half of the 40 shilling land of Macleriston, but redeemable on payment being made by the said John Kennedy to each of the said Walter Hugh, Robert, and Quintin Mures of the sum of 300 merks money aforesaid - And now the said Hugh Mure being dead and the said Walter Mure being heir to him & the said Quintin Mure being also dead, and the said Robert Mure his immediate elder brother being heir to him - And the said John Kennedy having made payment to him the said Walter Mure of the said sum of 1200 merks, therefore he for himself and as heir aforesaid, and taking burden upon him for the said Robert Mure his brother, with consent of John Mure of Auchindrain and John Mure in Woodland curators of the said Robert Mure, resigns, renounces, and overgives in the hands of the said John Kennedy the said half of the 40 shilling land of Macleriston with all right and title which he had thereto and declares the same lawfully redeemed 11 Feb 1597 This record is Open.
GD25/4/5 Discharge by John Fergussone of Kilkerran, in name of Agnes Mvir, daughter of James M., younger of Auchindrain, to Alexander Kennedy of Cragoche, as executor to Elizabeth McGill, lady Culzeane, his mother, of 600 merks Scots left to her (whom failing, to John M., her brother) in legacy by the said Elizabeth, her grandmother 7 Feb 1622 This record is Open.
GD25/5/32D Bond of Warrandice by Sir John Muire of Auchindrain to John, Earl of Cassillis, for protection of latter's lands of Barneill from any prejudice arising from the said Sir John's infeftment, - January 1650, in adjacent lands also called Barneill, on resignation of Janet Muire, sister of Robert M. of Cloncaird, with consent of James Wallace of Duillouris, her spouse 29 Jan 1650 This record is Open.
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GD25/5/32E Bond by Sir John Muire of Auchindrain to John, Earl of Cassillis, in consideration of his having granted precept of clare constat in favour of Janet Muire, sister of Robert M. of Cloncaird, to pay all arrears of salmon and silver duties for lands mentioned in the said precept 30 Jan 1650 This record is Open.
GD25/6/40a Minute of Resignation by Janet Mwir in hands of the Earl of Cassillis, superior, in favour of John Mwir of Auchindrain, with provision that no charter or precept of sasine will be issued till all outstanding silver and salmon duties are paid into the Earl's account by the said John 11 May 1663 This record is Open.
GD25/6/40b Memorandum on terms agreed upon between the Earl of Cassillis and the laird of Auchindrain, viz. 1) outstanding silver and salmon duties for lands of Drumfad to be paid into Earl's compt by Auchindrain; 2) a charter of resignation to be drawn up re the said lands, bearing personal warrandice only, clause saving all men's rights and citation of Janet Mwir's disposition and the Earl's obligation to Auchindrain who must be styled "eldest son and heir served and retoured to his father"; and 3) Auchindrain must obtain himself served and retoured heir in general to his father when required so to do 11 May 1663 This record is Open.
GD25/8/932 Latter Will and Testament of Katherine Mure, relict of James Kennedy of Gairdinrose, containing disposition and assignation to Sir John Kennedy of Cullean, Alexander Kennedy of Drumellane, and Hugh Muir of Auchindrain, and nomination of Margaret Setone, her grandchild, as residuary legatee 22 Jul 1714 This record is Open.
GD27/1/341 Horning and Poinding at the instance of William Muir, son to Hugh Muir of Auchindrain and deceased [blank] Hay, his spouse, and said Hugh as tutor for his said son, against Sir Thomas Kennedy of Girvanmains for failure to produce disposition dated [blank] by deceased [blank] Kennedy, widow of deceased [blank] Hay of Park in favour of said Hugh Muir and deceased [blank] Hay, his spouse, of certain sums due by Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw and Sir Charles Hay of Park 17 Feb 1699 This record is Open.
GD72/80 Ratification by William Muir of Auchindrain, only son of deceased Hugh Muir of Auchindrain, of renunciation and discharge GD72/77 12 Jan 1715 This record is Open.
GD72/379 Bond by William Muir of Auchindrain, to Mr. George Hutchison of Munkwood, advocate, for 1000 merks 29 Oct 1716 This record is Open.
GD86/699 Precept of Clare Constat by John Mure of Auchindrain addressed to David Hutchiesone in Kers, for infefting (1) Sir William Mure of Rowallan, knight, as heir of the late Sir William Mure, elder, of Rowallan, his father, and (2) William Mure of Glanderstoun, as heir of the late William Mure of Glanderstoun, his father, each in one-half of an annualrent of 80 merks Scots corresponding to a principal sum of 1000 merks Scots payable furth of the 8 merklands of old extent of Monyhagan lying in the parish of Coiltoun, Kings Kyle and sheriffdom of Air. At Air 4 October 1676 4 Oct 1676 This record is Open.
GD86/759 Instrument of Sasine under the hand of John Fergusone, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, notary public, following upon and narrating the precept of sasine in a heritable bond (dated at Mayboill 27 December 1687) by John Muir of Auchindrain whereby, in security of the sum of 1800 merks Scots contained therein, he bound and obliged himself to infeft and sease Sir Archibald Kennedy of Culzean, Baronet, in an annual rent of £72 Scots furth of the 2 merkland of Rankinstoun (possessed by Eivie Hair) in the parish of Coyltoune and sheriffdom of Air. Sasine given on 12th December 1691 by John Masoun, writer in Air, bailie of the granter, to John Watt in Burtoun, attorney for Sir Archibald 12 Dec 1691 This record is Open.
GD86/771
I. Disposition by John Mure of Auchindraine, whereby, in consideration of a certain sum of money paid to him by Hew Mure, his brother german, he disponed to him (1) the 8 merkland of Minihagen and Kirmein lying in King's Kyle and sheriffdom of Ayr, (2) the £10 land of Auchindraine, with the miln of Auchindrain, lying in the earldon of Carrick and sheriffdom foresaid, and (3) his seat and seat room in the kirk of Coyltoun pertaining to the said 8 merkland of Minihagen and his loft seat or seat room in the kirk of Mayboill pertaining to the said £10 land of Auchindraine: with procuratory of resignation, precept of sasine and assignation to the maills of said lands for the half of the crop 1695 payable at Martinmas. At Slaphouse 14th October 1695. Witnesses, George Graham, servitor to the said Hew Mure, and Andrew McAdam, servitor to Mr. David Cunynghame of Milncraig, advocate:

II. Disposition by said Hew Mure, with consent of his brother, whereby, in consideration of certain sums of money paid to them by the said Mr. David Cunynghame of Milncraig, they disponed to him the 8 merkland of Minihagen and Kirmein, with the seat and seat room in the kirk of Coyltoun above described; with clause of assignation to the above disposition; Same place, date and witnesses as above 14 Oct 1695 This record is Open.
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GD86/773 Letters of Inhibition under the Signet obtained at the instance of Mr. David Cuningham of Mylnecraig, advocate, inhibiting and discharging John Muir of Auchindrain and Hugh Muir, his brother-german, from selling or wadsetting their lands etc. to the prejudice of the complainers right of warrandice under the preceding disposition in his favour of the 8 merklands of Monyhaggan and Kirmein, with seat and room in the kirk of Coyltoun. At Edinburgh 2nd November a.r. 7, 1695 2 Nov 1695 This record is Open.
GD86/785 Instrument of Sasine under the hand of Alexander McDermeit, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, notary public, following upon and narrating (1) the precept of sasine in a charter under the Great Seal Vol. 75, No. 51 (dated at Kensingtoune 28 April 1698 a.r. 10) granting to Hugh Mure, brother german of John Mure of Auchindraine, the 8 merklands of Minihagen and Kirmein and the £10 land of Auchindraine described in No. GD86/771, and (2) disposition No. GD86/771. Sasine given of the said 8 merklands of Minihagen and Kirmein at the manor place of Nether Monihagen and upon the ground of said lands of Keirmein, on 22nd October 1698, by Hugh Campbell in Sandhill, sheriff in that part of the sheriffdom of Ayr, to Mr. David Cunynghame of Milncraig, advocate 22 Oct 1698 This record is Open.
GD154/270 Inhibition and arrestment at the instance of Sir John Muir of Auchindrain and Andrew Agnew, apparent of Lochnaw, against Anna Stewart, relict of James Kennedy of Blarquhan; with execution, 28 December 1653 22 Nov 1653 This record is Open.
GD281/37/219 Individual Museum Grants: Auchindrain Museum 1962-1972 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
GD281/136/4/4 Environment: heritage: Auchindrain Museum 1975-1979 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details

JC27/49 Processes, supplementary: Royal warrants for the trial of John Muir of Auchindrain and James Muir, his son, for the murders of Thomas Kennedy, tutor of Cassillis, and William Dalrymple, including warrant for torture. 1608-1611 This record is Open.
RH15/120/156 Letter from Hugh Muir, Auchindrain, to John Gordon of Kirkconnell. Sympathises with recipient's loss by that unfortunate boy, Mr Hugh, but points out that his own loss is 'unsopportable' 28 Jan 1712 This record is Open.
SC50/5/1848/40 Miss E O Lockhart MacDonald v Dugald MacGill, farmer in North Carnbeg (2) Donald MacEachran, farmer in Auchindrain 1848 This record is Open.
SC54/17/2/8/5a The Procurator Fiscal agt Andrew MacWilliam in Auchindrain (Inveraray and Glenaray) and Donald MacWilliam his son. 25/04/1678 This record is Open.

SC54/17/2/18/9 The Procurator Fiscal, Donald MacLea, John MacLeive and Archibald MacIntailor, servitors to John MacLean tutor of Torloisk (Kilninian), agt Donald dow MacGowan in Auchindrain (Inveraray and Glenaray), Archibald dow MacFadden in Kilmun (Inveraray and Glenaray), Angus MacEan in Arinechtan (Kilmartin), Gilbert MacNokaird in Ardbrecknish (Inishail and Glenorchy) and 5 others. 21/10/1691 This record is Open.
SC54/17/2/57/1 The Procurator Fiscal agt Katharine MacNokaird in Auchindrain (Inveraray and Glenaray) 25/01/1734 This record is Open.
SC54/17/3/6/9 Bond of Presentation granted by John MacNachtan of that Ilk in favour of Lachlan Campbell in Musdale, Donald Campbell his son and John Campbell in Auchindrain. 17/08/1694 This record is Open.

SC54/17/3/11/7 Bond of Presentation granted by John roy Leitch in Braleckan in favour of John MacFadden in Auchindrain. 10/11/1733 This record is Open.
SC54/20/8/7/3 Rental of Jean Campbell and Mr Patrick Campbell, minister of Killmalew. 12 Aug 1687 This record is Open.
SIG1/81/35 Signature of the lands of Auchindrain granted to George Hutcheson (Hutchison). 22 Jun 1713 This record is Open.
SIG1/111/21 Signature of the lands of Middle Auchindrain granted to Robert Muir (Muire, Mure). 18 Dec 1700 This record is Open.
SIG1/112/55/2 Signature of the lands of Auchindrain granted to William Muir (Muire, Mure).

Achindrain
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AD14/29/302 Precognition against Mary Campbell, Mary Stewart for the crime of uttering base coin at Lochgilphead, Glassrie, Argyle 1829 This record is Open.
GD25/8/867a Extract Registered Declaration by Hugh Muir of Achindrain, that he has received from William Cuninghame, younger of Brownhill, advocate, translation of bond for 2,000 merks Scots made by John, Lord Kenedy, to George Seton of Gardine Rose, to be used towards payment of 2 bonds, one made by the said George and cautioners to Samuel Muir of Park, the other by them to Alderman William Smyth, merchant, Londonderry, and later assigned, or of any other debts undertaken for the said George. 26 Oct 1709 This record is Open.
GD72/77 Renunciation and discharge by William Muir, younger of Achindrain son of Hugh Muir of Achindrain and Margaret Hay, youngest daughter of Thomas Hay of Park, of an annual rent granted to deceased James Hay, his uncle, secured by GD72/35 28 May 1712 This record is Open.
GD72/113 Discharge by William Mure, son of Hugh Mure of Achindrain and Margaret, youngest daughter of late Thomas Hay of Park, and said Hugh Mure, to Sir Charles Hay of Park, for all payments due to them by deceas of said Thomas, Margaret Kenidy, his wife, or James Hay, his son 28 May 1712 This record is Open.
GD72/264 Bond by James Muir, younger, of Achindrain, to Sir Charles Hay of Park, bart., for £48 scots 25 Sep 1688 This record is Open.
GD427/62 Note of lands and grazings to be set upon Mr Donald Maclennan [McLennan], including lands of Kirktown, Corrybuie of Achindrain, the wester penny of Ardtulich, Muck and Leadanich and Pennyvlair. Late 18th Century This record is Open.
JC26/1829/172 Trial papers relating to Mary Stewart, Mary Campbell for the crime of uttering base coin at Lochgilphead, Glassrie, Argyle. Tried at High Court, Inveraray 16 Sep 1829 This record is Open.
SC54/20/8/4/4 Rental of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Campbell of Barbreck. 18 Aug 1687 This record is Open.
SC54/20/8/7/3 Rental of Jean Campbell and Mr Patrick Campbell, minister of Killmalew. 12 Aug 1687 This record is Open.

Braleckan
AD14/18/133 Precognition against John Knox, Duncan MacVicar, Peter Clark for the crime of mobbing and rioting, rescuing a prisoner 1818 This record is Open.
CC2/2/3/1 James Fisher in Inveraray agt Dugald Clerk of Braleckan 28 January 1706 This record is Open.
CC2/2/3/2 Dugald McIlvernock of Drumfinn (Drumfin (North Knapdale)) agt Archibald Clerk of Braleckane (Braleckan) 13 February 1706 This record is Open.
CC2/2/3/4 Donald Campbell, brother of Duncan Campbell of Asknish, agt Dugald Clerk of Braleckan 22 July 1706 This record is Open.
CC2/2/4/3 Archibald Clerk of Braleckan agt Alexander McOlve, merchant in Kilmichell in Glasrie (Kilmichael Glassary) This record is Open.
CC2/2/5/1 Dugald Clerk of Braleckan agt debtors 15 June 1708 This record is Open.
CC2/2/5/2 Dugald Clerk of Braleckan agt Archibald McAlister in Tayvallich 15 June 1708 This record is Open.
CC2/2/5/3 Mary Syme, relict of Robert Brown, merchant in Inveraray, and spouse of Dugald Clerk of Braleckan agt Mr John Darroch, minister in Craignish, and Mr Duncan Campbell, minister at Knapdale 23 June 1708 This record is Open.
CC2/2/5/7 Collin McLaughlane (Colin McLachlan) agt Dugalld Clarke (Dugald Clerk) of Braleckan 9 July 1708 This record is Open.
CC2/2/6/8 Dugald Clerk of Braleckan agt tenants of John McCorquodill (John McCorquodale) of Phantilands in Barichainvore (Barachanvoir), Auchnacreive (Achnacraobh), Kilchrenan, Auchnamaddie (Achnamady) and Auchindryne (Auchindryen) 24 February 1709 This record is Open.

Killean
CC2/7/1/4 Petition by Kathrin McBean (Catherine McBean) in Killian (Killean (Inveraray and Glenaray)), to be heard in court in an action concerning the deceased Dugald Clerk of Braleckan. No decision. 1709 This record is Open.
CC2/7/23/4 Petition by Neil McKellar of Daill (Daill (South Knapdale)) Captain James Campbell at Killian (Killean (Inveraray)) and Duncan Campbell, writer in Inveraray, as trustees, that the Commissary Clerk inspect the repositories and inventory all the grounds of the debts of the deceased John Fisher, merchant in Inveraray. Granted. 6 March 1778

Cumlodden
AD15/16/12 Precognition against William Gallacher, Walter Bell, John W Muir for the crime of contravention of the Defence of the Realm (Consolidation) Regulations 1914, article 42 at 50 Renfrew Street, Glasgow 1916 This record is Open.
BT2/1976/233 Cumlodden Transport Company Limited 1941-1976 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/116 Call from Cumlodden to Donald Maclachlan 21 Feb 1854 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/203 Pres. Committee - recommending Mr. Jackson for vacancy in Cumlodden 29 Nov 1841 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/204 Arch. Campbell re the details of his having given a piece of ground for a church at Cumlodden 27 Oct 1840 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/211 Inspection of New Church at Cumlodden 10 Aug 1841 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/279 Rev. Robt. MacFarlane declining Call to Cumlodden 9 Nov 1853 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/282 Decreet - Disjunction & Erection of Cumlodden to quoad sacra 5 Sep 1853 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/287 Presentation by Sir Arch. Islay Campbell, Succoth in favour Mr. Donald MacLachlan for Cumlodden 1854 This record is Open.
CH2/190/12/449 Petition for Disjunction & Eerection of Cumlodden to quoad sacra 28 May 1853 This record is Open.
CR10/60 Sea Salmon Fishing 1876-1908 This record is Open.
CR11/169 Foreshore files 1928-1938 This record is Open.
CR16/996 Board of Trade - Mercantile Marine Department 1937 This record is Open.
CR16/1025 Board of Trade - Mercantile Marine Department 1937 This record is Open.
CR16/1116 Board of Trade - Mercantile Marine Department 1938 This record is Open.
CS231/S/3/14 James Sloan v Earl of Galloway: Declarator etc. 1763 This record is Open.
CS318/48/45 Rev Duncan MacGregor Campbell, Cumlodden, Argyllshire, Minister 1905 This record is Open.
GD113/4/110/870 Printed, Answers for Patrick Heron of Heron to the petition of Thomas Murdoch of Cumlodden, in a dispute over election of clerk in meeting of freeholders of stewartry of Kirkcudbright, held for purpose of choosing a member of parliament 13 Nov [1739] This record is Open.
GD433/1/254 Security writs affecting lands of Harvieston, Castle Campbell and others, in parishes of Tillicoultry and Dollar, sheriffdom of Clackmannan, and lands of Cumlodden, in parishes of Kilmichael and Kilninver, Argyllshire 1813-1833 This record is Open.
GRO2/747 Reports on Annual Inspections of Registers 1912-1970 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
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HH30/20/3/34 George Douglas Boston 1917 This record is Open.
HH30/23/1/136 George Douglas Boston 1918 This record is Open.
HH30/25/1/32 George Douglas Boston 1918 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
HH30/28/5/6 George Douglas Boston 1918 Access conditions may apply - please click on reference to display details. Check details
SC36/30/1920/125 Fatal Accident Inquiry: James McBrearty, gas worker, 181 Cumlodden Drive, Glasgow, died on 26 July 1920 1920 This record is Open.
SC36/30/1921/101 Fatal Accident Inquiry: James Giblin, paperworker, 181 Cumlodden Drive, Glasgow, died on 15 September 1921 1921 This record is Open.
SC36/30/1949/41 Fatal Accident Inquiry: Sidney George Smith, railway lineman, 218 Cumlodden, Drive, Glasgow, died on 26 May 1949 1949 This record is Open.
SC65/25/1905/7 Fatal Accident Inquiry: Peter McGowan, foreman coal trimmer, 173 Cumlodden Drive, Maryhill, Glasgow, died 18 Feb 1905 20 Mar 1905 This record is Open.
SC65/25A/1905/5 Fatal Accident Inquiry: Peter McGowan, foreman coal trimmer, 173 Cumlodden Drive, Maryhill, Glasgow, died 18 Feb 1905 20 Mar 1905 This record is Open.
SIG1/69/14 Signature of the lands of Cumlodden-Murdoch etc granted to Alexander, Lord Garlies. 28 Aug 1738 This record is Open.
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SIG1/117/4 Signature of the lands of Cumlodden [Camloddan] granted to John Murdoch and Peter Murdoch. 29 Nov 1736