Document Type Defences
Case LC Volume 04
Author Name George Cranstoun, of Corehouse
Submitted 13 May 1815
Marginalia? No
Main Document Length (Pages) 4
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages)
Repository Library of Congress
Container LC Volume 04

Citation

George Cranstoun, of Corehouse, "Defenses for Margaret M'Kehnie, Wife of John Craig, residing in Glasgow, and the said John Craig, for his interest; Janet M'Kechnie, Wife of John Flood, Weaver in Anderston, and the said John Flood for his Interest; Anges M'Kechnie residing in Port-Glasgow, and Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kechnie, Spouse of Donald M'Intosh, Coppersmith in Dumbarton, as Executrix of the deceased Elizabeth M'Kechnie, lately residing there, the said Margaret, Janet, Agnes, and Elizabeth M'Kechnie being Daughters of Duncan M'Kechnie, Brassfounder in Glasgow; Against Mrs. Anges Somerville, otherwise Thom, formerly Spouse of the deceased James Scott, Smith and Hammerman in Glasgow, now Spouse of Alexander Thom, Farmer in Mount Pleasant, near Glasgow, and the said Alexander Thom, her Husband, for his Interest," 13 May 1815 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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