Agnes Scott, Lady of Ardross

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Agnes Scott, Lady of Ardross

Death: after 1590
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Scott of Petgorno and Agnes Moncreiff
Wife of Thomas Dishington, of Ardross and Alexander Inglis of Tarvit
Mother of Thomas Dishington, of Ardross and Agnes Dishington
Sister of Thomas Scott
Half sister of Elizabeth Ross and James Ross, Notary

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About Agnes Scott, Lady of Ardross

Agnes was the daughter of Thomas Scott of Pitgormo (d. 1539) and Agnes Moncreiff

She married 1st in 1558, Thomas Dishington of Ardross (died bef. 1569)

She married 2nd after 1569, Alexander Inglis of Tarvit (died c. 1590)

Agnes survived her second husband and died after 1590.

Source: The East Neuk of Fife: its history and antiquities

18 May 1569 Agreement before the Commissary of St Andrews between St Salvator's College and Agnes Scott concerning an annual rent on lands in Fife

Extract Act of the Commissary Court of St Andrews [Fife] detailing an agreement between Mr John Rutherford (Rutherfurd), provost of St Salvator's College [Fife], Mr Thomas Miles (Milis) and Mr John Kerr (Ker), bursars in theology in the College to the bursary of Ardross [Fife], and Agnes Scott, widow of Thomas Dischington of Ardross, who owed to the College an annual rent of three chalders victual, consisting of 2 chalders wheat and 1 chalder bear, from his lands of Ardross, that in return for yearly payment of £24 Scots for two thirds of the rent as long as she occupies and works two-thirds of the Lordship and Mains of Ardross, the College exonerates Scott from further duties and sums owing to the College as executrix to the goods and gear of Dischington.

Source: University of St Andrews archive catalouge