Janet Cockburn Haldane, Margaret, Euphemia and Elisabeth Haldane, daughters of Mr. George Haldane, brought an action to recover the payments and rents over the lands of Geneagles. George Haldane had inherited the real estate from his uncle Robert Haldane by virtue of a deed of tailzie and bonds of provision. The defendant, Viscount Duncan, argued that the pursuers’ allegations were unsupported because Robert Haldane has given to him the right over those properties.

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Information for Mrs Janet Cokburn Haldane, only daughter of the marriage betwixt the deceased George Haldane, Esq; of Gleneagles, and Mrs Bethia Dundas his first wife, now spouse of Captain Charles Dallas of The Hon. East India Company's service, and for the said Captain Charles Dallas, Misses Margaret, Euphemia, and Elizabeth Haldanes daughters of the marriage betwixt the said deceased Geo. Haldane and Mrs. Margaret Drummond his second wife, and their Curators, Pursuers, against The right Hon. Lord Viscount Duncan, Defender.

9 Feb 1802
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Information for Adam Haldane of Gleneagles, Lord Viscount Duncan of Camperdown, Defender; against Mrs Janet Cockburn Haldane, Spouse of Charles Dallas, Efq; and only child in life of the Marriage Betwixt the deceased George Haldane, Esq; of Gleneables, and Mrs Bethia Dundas, his first wife, and the said Charles Dallas for his interest; Margaret, Euphemia, and Elisabeth Haldanes, Daughter of the marriage betwixt the deceased George Haldane, and Mrs Margaret Drummond, his second wife, and their tutors and Curators, pursuers.

15 Jun 1802
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Unto the right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, The Petition of Mrs Janet Cockburn Haldane, Spouse of Captain Charles Dallas of Hom. East India service; Mrs Margaret Haldane, now spouse of Col. William Robertson younger of Lude; and of Misses Euphemia and Elizabeth Haldanes, all daughters of the deceased George Haldane, Efq; of Gleneagles; and of the said Captain Charles Dallas and Colonel William Robertson for their interest;

3 Dec 1802
Answers

Answers for Adam Haldane of Gleneagles Lord Viscount Duncan of Camperdown, Defender, to the Petition of Mrs Janet Cockburn Haldane, Spouse of Charles Dallas, Esq; and only child in life of theMarriage between the deceased George Haldane, Esq; of Gleneagles and Mrs Bethia Dundas, his first wife; Mrs Margaret Haldane, now Spouse of Colonel William Ribertson Younger of Lude; and Euphemia and Elisabeth Haldanes, who, along with the said Margaret Haldane, are the daughters of the marriage betwixt the said deceased George Haldane and Mrs Margaret Drummond his second wife; and the said Captain Charles Dallas and Colonel William Robertson, for their interests, Pursuers.

30 Dec 1802

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