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Agnes Peadie, tertius

Birthdate:
Birthplace: probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Death: before August 22, 1793
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of James Peadie of Ruchill and Margaret Govan
Sister of John Peadie of Ruchill; Margaret Peadie; James Peadie, primus; James Peadie, secundus; Grizel Peadie and 6 others

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About Agnes Peadie, tertius

AGNES PEADIE secundus

Agnes Peadie is the daughter of James Peadie and his wife Margaret Govan. The Early Records of an Old Glasgow Family: 62 She was born before 9 October 1720, the date upon which her baptism was registered at Rutherglen in Lanarkshire, Scotland. [National Records of Scotland, Rutherglen Baptisms, 1698-1819, reference OPR.654/1]

Death

Agnes Peadie died before 22 August 1793, the date upon which her nieces gave up her testament dative and the inventory of her moveable estate. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, Testament Dative and Inventory of Agnes Peddie daughter of James Peddie of Ruchhill, reference CC9/7/75]

Her Testament Dative and Inventory

On 22 August 1793 the testament dative and inventory of Mrs Agnes Peadie, daughter of the late James Peadie of Ruchill, was given up by her nieces. They were, Margaret Colquhoun, widow of the deceased David Dalzell, Merchant in Glasgow, Jean Colquhoun, daughter of the deceased William Colquhoun of Garscadden and Margaret Peadie, spouses, Margaret Coulter and Jean Coulter, daughters of the deceased John Coulter, Merchant in Glasgow, and Mary Peadie, spouses, and Margaret Maxwell, daughter of the deceased Sir William Maxwell of Calderwood and Grizel Peadie, spouses. The Commissary of Glasgow recognised them as executors dative and nearest of kin to the deceased Mrs. Agnes Peadie. Robert Graham, Writer in Glasgow, acted himself as cautioner for the executors and confirmation was granted to them on 24 August 1793. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, Testament Dative and Inventory of Agnes Peddie daughter of James Peddie of Ruchhill, reference CC9/7/75]

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Evidence from the National Records of Scotland

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19 February 1755: Extract Decreet in action at the instance of Margaret, Grizell, Mary, Agnes and Janet Peadie, daughters of deceased Provost James Peadie of Ruchill, and aunts of the also deceased James Peadie, last of Ruchill, and William Colquhoun of Garscadden, husband of said Margaret, Sir William Maxwell of Calderwood, bart., husband of said Grizell, and James Coulter, merchant in Glasgow, husband of said Janet against John Williamson, eldest son and heir of deceased James Williamson, portioner of Mugdock, ordaining him to make payment of the sum of £183 in foregoing Bond, GD1/28/17 National Records of Scotland, Easter Mugdock title deeds, Strathblane parish, Stirlingshire, reference GD1/28/20

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13-22 October 1776: Charter of Adjudication by Mr. John Erskine of Carnock, advocate, David Graeme of Orchill, Mr. James Graeme, advocate, one of the commissaries of Edinburgh, and John Graham of Dougalston, commissioners of William, Duke of Montrose, to William Colquhoun of Garscadden, eldest son and heir served to deceased Margaret Peadie, wife of deceased William Colquhoun of Garscadden, and eldest daughter of deceased Provost James Peadie of Ruchill, and to Grizel, Mary, Agnes and Jannet Peadie, also daughters of said James Peadie, and aunts of the deceased James Peadie, last of Ruchill, of the fourth part of the town and lands of Middletown of Easter Mugdock sometime possessed by James Graham, being the twelfth part of the three towns of Easter Mugdock, with the commonty of moss, moor and pasturage effeiring to said lands, reserving to said Duke, all coal and limestone within said lands National Records of Scotland, Easter Mugdock title deeds, Strathblane parish, Stirlingshire, reference GD1/28/29

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21 January 1786: Instrument of Sasine under the hand of James Mathie, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, notary public, following upon and narrating the precept of sasine in a disposition (dated 18 January 1786) by James Coulter, merchant in Glasgow, factor for Mrs. Agnes Peadie, daughter of the deceased James Peadie of Ruchill, in favour of Andrew Gray of Dienneismuck of a heritable bond (dated 13 November 1742) granted by Andrew Stalker, bookseller in Glasgow, and Christian Hay, his spouse, to the said Agnes Peadie for £650, which, with penalty, arrears of interest etc. was secured over one-third part of the 40 shilling land of Inchnoch and the 40 shilling land of Gaine, therein particularly described, in the parish of New Monkland and sheriffdom of Lanark. Sasine given, on 21 January 1786, by James Kirkwood, residing at Inchnoch, bailie of the granter, to John Paterson in Birkenshaw, procurator for Andrew Gray. Registered P.R.S. Lanark 8 February 1786 - Vol. XXII, fol. 205. Witnesses to the disposition, James Mathie and Robert Graham, writers in Glasgow. Witnesses to the sasine, George Provan, merchant in Glasgow, and Robert Steel of Inchnoch. Sir William Fraser Charters, reference GD86/979

Evidence from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow

5 October 1741: The magistrates and town council have suscrived a precept of clare constat for infefting of Margaretr, Grizell, Mary, Agnes and Janet Peadies, daughters and only children procreat betwixt the deceast James Peadie of Ruchill, late provost, and unquhill Margarett Govan, spouses, one of the two daughters of the deceast John Govan of Hoganfield for the one half, and James Hamilton, eldest lawful son to the deceast James Hamilton of Aikenhead and the deceast Mary Govan, his spouse, the other two daughters of the said deceast John Govan, their grandfather, on the mother's side, in the lands of Hoganfield, lying within the lordship of Provan, holding feu of the town, for the yearly payment of the feu farm and other duties used and wont, . . . . . for which they have payed to William Weir, collector of the feu duties of the Provan , the double of the said feu duty. Glasgow Records VI: p. 100

Secondary Source Evidence

Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow etc. Vol. VI. A.D. 1739-59. Edited by Robert Renwick, Depute Town-Clerk (Scottish Burgh Records Society, Glasgow, MCMXI.), 635 pp. including index

Genealogy

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Agnes Peadie, tertius's Timeline

1720
October 9, 1720
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1793
August 22, 1793
Age 72
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland