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Robert Innes of that Ilk

Birthdate: (34)
Birthplace: Elgin, Earldom of Moray, Scotland
Death: September 25, 1596 (34)
Scotland
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander Innes, 18th of That Ilk and Beatrix Dunbar
Husband of Elizabeth Elphinstone
Father of RT. Hon. Robert Innes,1st Baronet Innes and Margaret Innes
Brother of Elizabeth Innes

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ROBERT INNES OF THAT ILK AND CROMIE

Robert Innes of that Ilk is the son of Alexander Innes of Cromie. NRS: GD96/209

Evidence from the National Records of Scotland

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5 December 1581: Charter by which Robert Innes of that Ilk, son of the deceased Alexander Innes of Cromby, confirms that he has sold the land of Cars, called Carsrig, to John Innes and his wife Marjory Strachan. John Innes obrained a charter of confirmation under the Great Seal of Scotland on 26 February 1587-88. Registrum Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum. The Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, A.D. 1580-1593, charter number 1470 on pp. 502-03

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9 December 1584: Assignation by Robert Innes of that ilk and of Cromye (son of Alexander Innes of Crommye, who was assignee of Alexander Innes of Plaidis in the letters of reversion after specified) to George Sinclar (Sinclair) of Mey and Margaret Forbes, his spouse, of the reversions etc. following:- (1) reversion by William Dunnwne to William McCulloch of Plaidis, on Petagartie, 8 March 1536; (2) reversion by same to same, on Ballacuith, Petneillie and Plaidis, 25 May 1539; (3) renunciation by same to Thomas McCulloch, son of the said William, following on (2), 17 August 1547; (4) reversion by Alexander Ross of Litill Tarrell to Alexander Innes of Plaidis, on Skardie and Balletherie, 24 January 1572; (5) reversion by Thomas Ross in Innercaslay to Alexander Innes of Plaidis, on an oxgang in Plaidis, 4 December 1568; (6) another reversion on an oxgang in Plaidis, by Robert Monro Hectourson (Hectorson), indweller in Carbustill, to Alexander Innes of Plaiddis, 9 March 1562; (7) another reversion by same to same, 14 February 1566; (8) reversion on an oxgang in Plaidis by Adam Hay in Cambuscurry to Alexander Innes of Plaidis, 10 April 1567; (9) another reversion by same to same, 28 May 1570; (10) another reversion by same to same, on a piece of land in Catboll, 11 December 1576; (11) renunciation by same to same, undated. Witnesses: Oliver Sinclar, brother german to William Sinclar of Dunbeith, Alexander Forbes of Carntwlie, James Forbes, his son, John Sinclair, servitor to the said George Sinclar of May, Habakkuk Bissat, writer, and John Davidson, notaries public. [Seal, fair impression].ame to same, on a piece of land in Catboll, 11 December 1576. National Records of Scotland, Papers of the Sinclair family of Mey, Caithness, reference GD96/209

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21 September 1585: Discharge by Robert Innes of that ilk and of Cromye and Elizabeth Innes, his sister and assignee, to George Sincler (Sinclair) of Mey, for 685 merks, for the lands of Catboll and Plaidis; of which sum £40 were given to James Patre in Catboll, £40 for the confirmation of the charter of the bishop of Ross to Alexander Innes of Plaidis of the lands of Kilmur, £10 to William Cuming for sasine of the lands of Plaidis, £33: 6: 8: for an obligation by the said Robert's father to Alezander Forbes of Carntulye and 500 merks in money. National Records of Scotland, Papers of the Sinclair family of Mey, Caithness, reference GD96/221

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12 June 1591: Fragment of) letters under the signet, raised at the instance of George Sinclair of Mey and Catboill and Margaret Forbes, his spouse, charging Alexander Ross of Balnagowne, George Ross, his son, and their tenants (Donald Ross of Balmamukie, Walter Ross, his son, in Ballavaddoche and William Innes in Geneis), who have molested the complainers in their lands of Catboill and Kilmure, to fulfil GD96/147, which had been transferred to the complainers as assignees appointed by Robert Innes of that ilk and of Crombie, son of the deceased Alexander Innes of Crombie, who was assignee of Alexander Innes of Plaidis (of. GD96/175). Endorsements narrate executions dated 1, 6 and 12 June 1591. National Records of Scotland, Papers of the Sinclair family of Mey, Caithness, reference GD96/237

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c.1608: Letters of horning for the delivery to Robert Innes of that ilk, son and heir of the deceased Alexander Innes of Crombie, by James Innes, son of the deceased Robert Innes, son and heir of the deceased Alexander Innes of Plaidis (Plaidy), of infeftments of Cadboll, Plaidis (Plaidy) and Litill Kilmwre (Little Kilmuir), following on GD96/175 and GD96/226. National Records of Scotland, Papers of the Sinclair family of Mey, Caithness, reference GD96/340

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18 December 1613: Receipt by Robert Innes of that ilk to Alexander, Earl of Dumfermeling (Dunfermline), of precept of clare constat, dated 17 December, 1613, by said Earl in favour of said Robert as grandson and heir of deceased Alexander Innes of Crommy, of town and lands of Leucharis in barony and regality of Vrquhart (Urquhart), said precept being recited at length. National Records of Scotland, Papers relating to Lordship of Urquhart, reference GD94/93

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Robert Innes, 19th of that Ilk's Timeline

1562
April 1562
Elgin, Earldom of Moray, Scotland
1584
1584
Age 21
Scotland Or Wales
1596
September 25, 1596
Age 34
Scotland
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