John Peadie, Carter in Glasgow

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John Peadie, Carter in Glasgow

Immediate Family:

Husband of Janet Bar
Father of James Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow and John Peadie, Skinner, Bailie of Glasgow

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About John Peadie, Carter in Glasgow


Carter in Glasgow; Burgess and Freeman of Glasgow


John Peadie married Janet Bar. Glasgow Protocols XI: 3598


  1. John Peadie, Skinner, Bailie of Glasgow
  2. James Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow

Evidence from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow

5 August 1584: John Padie: "carter, B. and F., becaus he is ane common servand in the town and has promesit to leid stanes to the calsay bigging". Glasgow Burgesses 1573-1751: 14

Evidence from the Protocol Books of the Town Clerks of Glasgow


18 August 1584: Glasgow Protocols IX: 2640


20 June 1598: Glasgow Protocols XI: 3459


15 November 1599: George Mure, merchant, citizen, for a sum of money paid to him, set in feu-farm to John Pady, citizen, and Jonet Bar, spouses, and l. l., three ruinous back house, with the pertinents, and free ingress and egress, lying t. c., on the south side of the street of the Briggate, between the lands of James Briscat on the south, of David Hogiszard on the north, and of John Mure on the east, and the common close on the west. £3 payable yearly in name of feu=farm tp Patrick Mure, son of George Mure. Sasine given by Thomas Glen, bailie, of the property to the spouses and the annualrent to John Mure, sailor, as attorney and in name of Patrick Mure. Thereafter John Pady and spouse resigned the property in favour of James Pady, their son, but reserving their own liferent. Witnesses: John Mure, son of the attorney, John Wilsone, William Sutherland, and William Stobo, officers. Glasgow Protocols XI: 3598

Secondary Record Evidence

Abstracts of Protocols of the Town Clerks of Glasgow. Edited by Robert Renwick, Depute Town Clerk. Vol. XI. George Huchesone's Protocols, 1591-1600. Henry Gibsone's Protocols, 1598-1600. (Carson & Nicol, Glasgow, MDCCCC), 219 pp. including indexes