James McLehose of Newlands

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About James McLehose of Newlands

JAMES McLEHOSE OF NEWLANDS formerly of Coats

Maltman in Glasgow: Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow

James McLehose, Maltman in Glasgow, was enrolled as a burgess and guild brother of Glasgow on 5 September 1754. He was admitted in right of being the second son of William McLehose, Maltman in Glasgow, burgess and guild brother. Glasgow Burgesses II: 12

Evidence from the National Records of Scotland

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1751-78: Helen Roberton, daughter to William Roberton of Lauchope and spouse to James McLehose [of Coats], maltman, Glasgow. [National Records of Scotland, Particular Register of Sasines for the Sheriffdom of Lanark, reference RS42/16/408, RS42/19/112 and RS42/20/337]

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1766-69: James McLehose [of Coats], maltman, Glasgow, son of William McLehose of Whistleberry, Maltman in Glasgow [National Records of Scotland, Particular Register of Sasines for the Sheriffdom of Lanark, reference RS42/18/299, RS42/18/301, RS42/18/302, RS42/18/303, RS42/18/304, RS42/18/305, RS42/18/340 and RS42/18/342]

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9 February 1790: Disposition by William Robb, merchant in Glasgow, in favour of James McLehose Esq, of Newlands, of the lands of Meadowside and others therein described, all lying within the parish of Govan and sheriffdom of Lanark, but excepting as therein mentioned. National Records of Scotland, Register House charters, 3rd or Extractor's series, reference RH8/1062

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10 February 1790: Instrument of Sasine following on Disposition (see RH8/1062) in favour of James McLehose. Recorded in the General Register of Sasines 22 Feb 1790. National Records of Scotland, Register House charters, 3rd or Extractor's series, reference RH8/1063

Genealogy

A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland 6th ed. Edited by Sir Bernard Burke (Harrison, London, 1879) Vol I. page 820