Name
James Ferguson, 3rd Laird of Pitfour
Occupation
Biographical Notes
Advocate, 2 August 1757. Son of James Ferguson, 2nd Laird of Pitfour and Anne Murray; never married; succ. by his brother, George Ferguson; MP Banffshire 1789-90, Aberdeenshire 1790-20.
Life Dates
1735 - 1820

Associated Cases

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Case Role Date
Mackies v. Houston and Others Advocate for Pursuer 1774

Documents Authored

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Title Type Document Title Submitted
Thomas Leishman v. The Magistrates of Ayr Answers

Answers for George Charles, Esq. Provost, and Peter Mactaggart and Thomas Macclelland, Baillies of the Burgh of Ayr, for themselves, and the Magistrates and Council of the said Burgh, as representing the Community thereof; To the Petition of Thomas Leishman Grain-dealer in Paisley

6 Mar 1800
Mackies v. Houston and Others Information

Information for Alexander and John Mackies, Pursuers, against Alexander Houston, James Stewart, and others underwriters, Defenders

12 Feb 1774
Wilson v. Erskine, Lumsdaine, et al. Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of John Binning of Machriemore, and his Trustee

24 Nov 1801
Begbie v. Welsh Information

Information for the Right Hon. The Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of the City of Edinburgh, against John Begbie Carver and Gilder in Edinburgh, Defender

16 Apr 1807
Begbie v. Welsh Condescendence

Condescendence for the Right Hon. The Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Council of the City of Edinburgh, Pursuers

7 Jul 1808
Welsh v. Begbie Information

Information for James Welsh, Keeper of the Tolbooth of Edinburgh, Pursuer and Advocator, against John Begbie, Carver and Gilder in Edinburgh, Defender

13 Feb 1806
Welsh v. Begbie Information

Information for the Right Hon. The Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of the City of Edinburgh, against John Begbie Carver and Gilder in Edinburgh, Defender

16 Apr 1807
Brodie v. Grant Petition

Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, The Petition of Alexander Brodie of Lethen, Esq

7 Mar 1767