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John Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow

Birthdate:
Death: September 1739
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of John Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow and Name Not Known
Brother of Janet Peadie and Thomas Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow

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About John Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow

JOHN PEADIE

Merchant and Skinner in Glasgow; Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow

John Peadie, here treated is the son of John Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow. His father was still alive on 14 May 1719, the date upon which his sister Janet's husband was enrolled as a burgess of Glasgow. Glasgow Burgesses: 343

John Peadie, here treated, may be the merchant of the same name who was enrolled as a burgess and guild brother of Glasgow on 21 September 1716. He was admitted in right of being the second son of John Peadie, Skinner, burgess and guild brother. Glasgow Burgesses: 332

John Peadie, here treated, is identified as a Skinner in Glasgow in the burgess record of his brother--in-law, James Crawford, dated 14 May 1719, Glasgow Burgesses: 343 and as a Merchant in Glasgow in his Testament Dative and Inventory dated 25 July 1746. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Dative and Inventory of John Peadie, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/59] Image of Testament

Death

James Peadie, here treated, died intestate, and evidently unmarried and childless, in September 1739. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Dative and Inventory of John Peadie, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/59] Image of Testament He probably died towards the end of September, on the 29th or 30th, perhaps, because he was buried at Glasgow on 1 October 1739. His burial record reads as follows: "John Peadie son to John Peadie Skinner". [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Burials, 1723-39, reference OPR.644/1/46] Image of Burial Record

His Testament Dative and Inventory

On 17 June 1746 Janet Peadie, and her husband James Crawford, Merchant in Glasgow, for his interest, gave up the testament Dative and Inventory of her deceased brother, John Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow. Mr. Ninian Anderson, procurator for Janet Peadie and her husband, handed in a bond of caution by John Crawford, Merchant in Glasgow, and confirmation was granted to them on 25 July 1746. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Dative and Inventory of John Peadie, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/59]

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