John Winton of Andate of Drumdurnoch

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John Winton of Andate of Drumdurnoch (Winton)

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Son of David Winton de Andoch/Andyt, Knight and Janet Wintoun
Husband of Bessie Leslie
Brother of Thomas burgess Newburgh Wyntoun; Ingram "Ingeram" Winton; James Winton of Andoch/Andat and Ranald Winton

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p. 19-21. (51.) 1481, May 25. Charter of John Wyntoun, priest of the diocese of St. Andrews and burgess of Newburgh, granting to his brother, Thomas Wyntoun, also a burgess of Newburgh, his land and tenement in the burgh, to be held of the abbot and convent of Lindores. Charter-chest of Newburgh, translated in Laing's Lindores Abbey, pp. 510-511.

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Balquhain Charters, No. 623 in the year 1453

Be it maide kende til al men by thir present lettris me Wilyame of Leslie of Balquhane knycht bailze til our Souerane Lade the Quene of the regality of the Garvyach til have giffin heritabil state and possessioun til Jonn of Winton of the Andate of half the landis of Drumdurnoch with the pertinentis lyande within the forsaide regalite efter the fourme and the effect of our Souerane Lordis the Knyngis breves dereckyt thar upon til me and this til al that effeyris I mak it knowin be thir my present lettris In the witnes of the quhilkes til thir my present lettris I haf set to my sele at Wardris this xxiij dae of the month of Maij the yer of our Lord ane thousand four hundredth fyftie and thre yeris befor thir witnes Jorg of Lesley Malcome Mortimar with utheris sundrie Sir William Leslie was one of the jury in the assize held before Alexander Douglas Sheriff 1453 Balquhain Charters No 623

Source= Page 110 The Lordship of the Garioch was, in 1453, in the hands of James the Second's Queen, with Sir William Leslie of Balquhain, her Baillie as before. In that year he had to infeft in the lands of Drumdurnoch, John of Winton of Andat, a relative of the famous Prior of St. Serf, the writer of the " Chronykil," and the second poetical historian of Scotland, who seems to have been as warmly attached to the great Earl of Mar, as John Barbour had been to the Bruce. The Wintons retained land close by the Chapel of the Garioch down to the Reformation. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

V, John Winton of Andate.

In a transumpt of a charter of Rylands, granted on the loth of February, 1457-8, by John Winton, Lord of Edinduoy, to his kinsman, William de Winton, of the lands of the half of Rylands, it is said to be sealed with the seal of the late John Winton of Andate, in the presence of Alexander Winton of Andate, 1490. John, as mentioned above, had a charter in 1457 of the lands of Drumdurnoe.,+Mr+John+of,+166&source=bl&ots=sc6sgyTzKv&sig=_ouffvtzV1OyqCDH2NTlXv_s4NA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=tehaUt0vkcT2BNmlgJgD&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Wintown%2C%20Mr%20John%20of%2C%20166&f=false

Sed 14 Sepr 1473 It ye sam day in plein curt cper masf *****John of Wintown***** and resingit iiij sh and vid off annowell rent in ye hands of Alexander Mychysson ballze and ye fforsayde land lyand in ye nourth p off ye burth between ye land of Sr James phylp on ye est p and J ohn Joly on ye west p and ye iiij sh to be pay to Sant Katn effter ye dewsess his ayre and ye vjd to be gyffyn in ya day off commendato11 of souls for hym and his gude deurss 1 English Gilds p civ

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