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Aiton, Wilzame (of Mussilburgh) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "Upon the VII day of Januarie the zeir of God 1600 being convenit of or brither Wilzeam Aiton of Mussilbrugh Wairden for ye present and Thomas Petticruif Deiken for ye present and John Fender John Pedden Robert Widderspoon Wilzeam Miler Edward Ramage and fund Thomas [illegible] to haif ane cowan in his Companie and had [illegible] the foresd. Cowan qr for it was ordainit yt he should pay X, lib of for his offense and should [illegible] also he was found [illegible] XII day of May and promisit never to offend under the pains containit in or buik of Ordinansis the zeir of God 1600" (S22)

Attoun, Wilzame (elder); Attoun, WiIzame (of Mussilbrugh); Attoun,Wilzame Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "The Secun day of Januarii the zeir of God 1600 The quhilk day Andro Pattene was enterit prenteis to Johne Crafurd his maister and hes payit his xx sh for his boukin and payit his gluifis to his admiteris thare namit ar Wilzame Attoun elder Johne Fender WiIzame Attoun of Mussilbrugh Henre Johne Pedden Thomas Petticruif dikine Wilzame Attoun of enterit prentissis James Petticruif Thomas Faireme Alexander Cubie Johone Petticruif of the quhilk number he has chosin to be his intenders Alexander Cubie and Johone Pettocruif" (S22)

Aiton, Johne; Aiton Wm.(younger); Aiton, James Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "At Inneresk Kirk primo Junii 1601 The zeir of
The quhilk day the Wardane & deconie & brethren of Craft of the Maissones within
the Ludge of Atchesones heavin being convenit present findis the personis fellowis of
craft efternamit quha wer all lawfullie warnit to yis day layt at ye last meiting and
also be ye officier of craft to have incurit ye unlaw of fyve pundis. The persones
names yat ar absent followis thay ar to say Thomas Abell Jno Abill Wm. Abill in
Leswade Johne Aiton Wm. Aiton younger and ordains ye unlawis of ye saìd absens to be exactlie takin up. The same day the enterit prentisis being lawfully ceited. It is
fund yat ye persons efter namit ar absentes. Thay ar to say Richart Petticruif Adam
Robesone Archd Glen James Petticruff Alexr Cubie Michael [illegible] Edward
Rammadge younger James [illegible] George [illegible] James Aiton Walter Jax
Symont Wadderspone and yair fore ordainis everie one of ye saidis personis are to
incur ye unlaw of ane merk Scottis money." (S22)

Aytoun, Wm. (younger) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine-(1601) "The XXX day of November at Ennerask Kirk certane brither beand convenit the Warden beand absent and monie uther of ye brither it is ordainit yat our [illegible) salbe halden efter ye dait of Wm. Aytoun younger obligatioune VIII dayis and spatiall warning to be maid be ye officiar to all ye brither both fellowis of craft and enterit prentisses yat eyerie man away haif yair quarter countis reddie and to har and gif thiair wotis in mater as is adoo." (S22)

Aytoun, Wilzame (elder); Aytoun, WiIzame (of Mussilbrugh); Aytoun,Wilzame; Aytoun, Johone; Aytoun, George; Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "At Mussilbrugh Kirk ye XXVIII day of December 1601 The zeir of God 1602 zeiris at Mussilbrugh we beand convenit and rasavit fra our brither Wilzame Aytoun younger xxx lib xiii sh as also we paylt all our quarter countis first Wilzame Aytoun elder payit, Johone Fender payit, WiIzame Aytoun of Mussilbrugh payit, Johone Peden payit Thomas Petticruif payit, Wilzame Aytoun younger payit Johone Crafurd payit WiIzame Miler payit Johone Aytoun paylt George Aytoun payit, Robert Widderspoon payit, Thomas Scheill elder payit George Clark payit Thomas Thomas payit Hendrie Petticruif unpayit Thomas Abell, Johone Abell, Wilzame Abell all unpayit, Johane Nisbet unpayit, Johane Low absent and unpayit, Edwart Ramage absent and unpayit. Of enterit premtisses payit James Aytoun payit James Gyler payit, Richart Petticruif payit, James Petticruif payit, Jhone Petticruif payit Adam Robesone payit Wm. Pattersone payit Georg Baxter payit Archbald Glene payit." (S22)

Aytoun, William (of Mussilbrugh) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1602) "The quhilk day ye remanent brethrine beand convenit William Aytoun beand absent of Mussilbrugh and Villiam Milleur ye rest of ye brethrine with mutuall consent hes ordainit and askit of penulties upoun ye absenteris upoun any of ye dayis ordiner to witt:-witsone Monounday and Sen Johannes day beand Vairnit or Unvairnit bote thinkis ye day sall vairens ye selfs sall pay xx sh without ony excus quhilk salbe oupliftit and droukin presentlie upoun ye XXV day Januar." (S22)

Aiken, Wm. Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "The XX day of December 1603 Upon, the quhilk day Ninian Macumfie was maid fellow of craft and is geven his gluffis also to ye brither to wit:-Johne Fender Warden, Johne Pedden deikin, Wm. Aiken Thomas Petticruif Johne Crafurd, Henry Petticruife, Robt Wodderspoone James Petticruf James Pedden prenteisses ye quhilk he [illegible] Robert Wodderspone to be his tender." (S22)

Eiten, Wm. (elder) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "The XXVIII day of desember 1603 Upon the quhilk day James Petticrufe was maid fellow of craft and as payit his cess for his buking and is gifin his gluffs also to ye brither to wit Johne Fender Warden, Thomas Petticruf deikin Jhone Pedden, Wm. eiten elder, Johne Crafurd, Henry Petticrufe Ninian Magurnrie all fellows of craft Richart Petticruf, James Pedden prentisses ye quhilk he is schosin Ninian Magumfie to be tender. becaus he was ane fre mannis sone." (S22)

Aittone,Wm. (elder) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1604) "The III day of Apryle the zeir of God Im VIet & four zeiris. The quhilk day James Fender was enterit prenteis to his father and is payit x sh for his buiking to his admitteris ther names ar Johne Fender Wairden, Thomas Petticruffe deikin Wm. Aittone elder, Johne Pedden Henrie Petticrufe, Ninian Magurnrie of enterit prenteisses Adame Robiesone Ara Glaine, Wm. Pettersone, James Pedden of quhilk number he hes schosn Wm. Pettersone, James Pedden to behis tenders." (S22)

Attaine, Johne; Aitten, Wm. (elder) Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1604) "The XII day of Agust The zeir of God Im VIet and four zeirisThe quhilk day Johne Attaine was enterit prenteis to ye haill Ludge and bundis him to serve his father ii zeir service. Johne Pedden, Andro Simsone catioun John Fender Wairden, Thomas Petticruife deikin, Wm. Aitten elder, Johne Pedden, Hendrie Petticruife, Robert Woderspone, James Pedden James Fender he hes schosn to be his intenderis." (S22)

Aitten, Wm. (of Mussilbrugh); Aittaines, Thomas Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1604) "The XII day of Agust ye zeir of God Im VIc and four zeiris ye said Wm. Aitten of Mussilbrugh hes payit Thomas Aittaines buiking x sh ye quhilk he hes fun catioun Thomas Petticrufe vii zeiris to serve his father to his father to gife ten merk or els his sone to gif him ten merk Thomas Petticruf wt my hand for ye hunmest zeir." (S22)

Aittoun, Alex Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "1613 I Alex Aittoun beffoir ye faice off yis sufficent Lodge buikes my self" (S22)

Aytone, Johne; Aytoun, Wm. Excerpt from the minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- ""XXVII day of Decr.1612. Alexr Petticruiff befoir ye faice of yis sufficent ludge buikes my self XXVII day december Walter Waker hes payit his buiking. Ye quhilk day befoir ye said ludg Johne Aytone soun to Wm. Aytoun and hes bund
him self to his said father ye space of vii zeiris and ane zeir swa [illegible] and
[illegible] to serve his mother [illegible] ye said space gif god tak his father and hes
payit his buik sillver and Johne Petticruif casione Jonne Aytoun with my hand" (S22)

Acheson, Harry in Edinburgh, enrolled as an undertaker ("Planter") for Ireland with 2000 acres July 25, 1609. (S15)

Acheson, Archibald (later Sir Archibald) in 1611 begins construction of the Acheson House in the Bakehouse Close off Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh. Contstruction of the house was completed in 1633. Acheson House is next door to the Huntley House. (Extract from S2)

Aytoun, Johne From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "xxviiday of Decr: 1612 Ye quhilk day befoir ye said Ludg Johne Aytoun soun to Wm. Aytoun and hes bund him self to his father ye space of vii zeiris and ane zeir swa (illegible) and (illegible) to serve his mother (illegible) te said space gif god take his father." (S22)

Acheson, John "Eodem die (xjo mensis, June 11, 1620) is rentalit John Acheson and Katherine Gilmour, his spouse in four s.i.k.d. land in Glasdrum, by consent of George Gilmour, his fader; the said George Gilmour and Katherine Broune, his wef, broukand for thair tym." (On the above day, John and Katherine, his wife, had leases of 4s. 2d. land in Glasdrum by the consent of her fader and mother who were to use the land until their death.). (S21)

Acheson, John "Eodem die (xxiiij Mast Marci) John Acheson is rentalit in fourty three s. iik d. land in Glasdrum vacand be the desesse of the said umquhil Katherine Bourne, his modyr". March 24, 1621. (John Acheson had a lease of 43s. 4d. land in Glasdrum vacant by the decease of his "mother-in-law" Katherine Broune (Gilmour). Ibid. (S21)

Aitene, Hendrie; Aiten, Williarn (elder); Aitton, James (elder); Aitton, Jno; Aitton, Thomas (elder) From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1624) "The last day of Junuar the zeir of God a thowsand six hundreth and twentie four zeiris the bretherine of the lodg being conveinit to wit:-Hendrie Aitene dykin Tho. Peticruife Warden Williarn Aiten elder, Hendrie Peticruife, Minian Mlgombrie Georg Baxter, James Peticruife, James Aitton elder Jno Aitton, James Lithgow, Thomas Aitton elder, Patrik Clunie being maid fellow of craft be the haill wolt of thir above writtin and hes payit his buiking)" (S22)

Aytoun, Thomas From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1624) "upon ye XXVII day of descember 1624 Ye brether of ye Loge of Atcheson hevin convenit and hes schosin Johne Petticrowe warden and Thomas Aytoun deikin for yis zeir and James Petticrowe ye keie and Hendrie Peticrufe ye [illegible, but presumed to be "Mortcloth".]" (S22)

Aittoun, Hendrie From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1624) "Upon the first day of May Hendrie Aittoun was abceped in the Lodg and payit his
buiking silver" (S22)


Aittoun, Thomas From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- (1625) "The quhilk day the brethreine of the Lodg convinit upon the XXVII day of descember
1625 and hes choson Thomas Aittoun Warden and Johne Peticruf deikone for yis zeir
and James Peticruf the Mortcloth and Thomas Aittoun the kie" (S22)

Aytoun, Johne (of Dumfries) From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "1626 Upon the XVIII of Januar Johne Aytoun Mason in Dumfries hes bookit-himself be consente of the hoall brethrine of the Lodg" (S22)

Acheson, William is recorded as having "Lost his sword about seven years ago" in 1629. (S20)

Acheson, Sir Archibald died in 1634, and never completed his house off Canongate. The house was then quickly sold off by his son, and the family shortly removed to Ireland. (Extract from S4)

Acheson, Dauid "Eodem die (Apr. 2, 1636) Dauid Acheson, filli Johannis Achesone, rentalizatur in xij s. ij d. terrarum de Glasdrum, de consendur sui patris, ipso gaudente provita." (David Acheson had a lease of land in Glasdrum by the consent of his father John, who is to use the land until his death.) Ibid. (S21)

Aytoun,Wm. (of Edinburgh); Aytoun, Thomas From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "31 October 1641 Apointed by the Companie for collecting of ye Voluntarie gift of ye morcloath Wm. Aytoun for Ed (Edinburgh presumably), James Peticruff for Pans (Preston Pans presumably), Patrick Wetherspon for Musselbrugh with Thomas Aytoun and Mathew Witherspon for ye oversight of ye sufficientie of the Morcloath." (S22)

Aytoun, Thomas From minutes of the Lodge of Aitchison's heavine- "Upon the 7 day of Jully 1642 the wholle Maisters of the Lodge of Achesoun haven conveind and did buy ane Morcloathe extending to two hundred lib Scots money and the afterwritten of the said maisters did contribute willingly for the good of the box and hes insert thair names heir in order, Thomas Aytoun 30 sh, Adam Johnstoun 20 sh, James Lithgow 22, Adam Calderwood 27, Thomas Petticruff 2 lb l 4 sh, Matho Widderspon 21b 4 sh, David Low 21b 2sh, James Petticruff 31b, Patrick Widerspoon 31b, Johne Hislope27 sh, Wm. Lithgow 2 lb 14 sh, John Pillans 3 lb, John Pettìcruff 3 lb, James Dicksone 12 sh, John Thomsoun 2 lb 10 sh, John Anderson 12 sh, James Cuthbertsoun 12 sh, James Steine 2 lb 16 sh, Wm. Bishop 22 sh" (S22)

Aitcheson, Agnes, widow of James Stevenson buried 15 July 1658; were married Edinburgh 14 Jan 1636. (S14)

Aitcheson, Mr. John, elder, in Niddry's Wynd, his wife Agnes Elizabeth Hepburn were married Edinburgh 22 Nov 1639; (buried Edinburgh) 20 Feb 1662. (S14)

Aitcheson, John, one of the clerks of H.M Exchwquer, his wife Helen Home (buried Edinburgh) 20 Feb 1662. (S14)

Aitcheson, Margaret, indweller (buried Edinburgh) 7 Mar 1662. (S14)

Aitcheson, Mr. John, elder, advocate, of Hoddom (buried Edinburgh) 25 Mar 1662. (S14)

Aitcheson, Mr. James, advocate, his daughter Jean (buried Edinburgh) 17 Aug 1662. (S14)

Aitcheson, Mr. James, his child (buried Edinburgh) 31 Mar 1663. (S14)

Aitcheson, (or Hochieson) James, his child (buried Edinburgh) 15 Jan 1664. (S14)

Aitcheson, Gilbert merchant, his child (buried Edinburgh) 22 Oct 1664. (S14)

Aitcheson, Magdalene, wife of Samuel Livingstone (in Peebles Wynd); married in Edinburgh 30 Jan 1620; (buried Edinburgh)12 Feb 1665. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, indweller (buried Edinburgh) 9 Mar 1665. (S14)

Aitcheson, Robert, merchant, his child (buried Edinburgh) 13 May 1665. (S14)

Acheson, Alexander a Scots-Irish student at Glasgow University 1667. (S16)

Aitcheson, Barbara wife of James Chalmers, tailor (head of canongate), (buried Edinburgh) 13 June 1667. (S14)

Aitcheson, Robert, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 11 Mar 1668. (S14)

Aitcheson, Gilbert, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 26 Sept 1668. (S14)

Aitcheson, Gilbert, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 1 Dec. 1669. (S14)

Aitcheson, Robert, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 23 Dec 1669. (S14)

Aitcheson, Andrew tailor (buried Edinburgh) 5 Mar 1670; married Isobel Breadfoot 23 July,1639. (S14)

Aitcheson, William, merchant, his wife, Ann Adinstin (buried Edinburgh) 19 June 1670. (S14)

Aitcheson, George cook (buried Edinburgh) 5 Nov 1670. (S14)

Aitcheson, Margaret, widow of James Dunlop, merchant (buried Edinburgh) 28 Mar 1671. (S14)

Aitcheson, Gilbert, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 24 Apr 1671. (S14)

Aitcheson, John, merchant, a child (buried Edinburgh) 16 May 1671. (S14)

Aitcheson, William, merchant (buried Edinburgh) 12 Sept 1672. (S14)

Aitcheson, Nicholas , indweller (buried Edinburgh) 23 Mar 1674. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, tailor, a child (buried Edinburgh) 27 Feb 1675. (S14)

Aitcheson, Janet, wife of Charles Robieson, brewer in Robertson's Close (buried Edinburgh) 27 Mar 1676. (S14)

Aitcheson, Janet, wife of William Fraser, carter (buried Edinburgh) 5 Feb 1677. (S14)

Aitcheson, Alexander, brother of John A., writer in Toddrik's Wynd (buried Edinburgh) 29 Mar 1677. (S14)

Aitcheson, (Atison), Marie, wife Patrick Johnston, merchant in Leith (buried Edinburgh)13 Feb 1685. (S14)

Aitcheson, Andrew writer, a child (buried Edinburgh); south side kirk 15 Mar 1685. (S14)

Aitcheson, Mr. John, student of Divinity; south side kirk (buried Edinburgh) 13 Jan 1686. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, printer, a child; south side kirk (buried Edinburgh) 25 Apr 1686. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, printer; Liberton tomb (buried Edinburgh) 26 Aug 1687. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, printer, a child; Liberton tomb (buried Edinburgh) 2 Dec 1687. (S14)

Aitcheson, Helen, wife of Robert Dobie, Baker; west end kirk; were married Edinburgh 1 July 1686; (buried Edinburgh) 22 Feb 1688. (S14)

Aitcheson, Helen, poor (buried Edinburgh) 13 Apr 1688. (S14)

Aitcheson, Gilbert, merchant, his wife, Agnes Jean Scot were married Edinburgh 23 May 1663; (buried Edinburgh) 24 Nov 1688. (S14)

Aitcheson, Helen, widow of John Watson; married a stabler in Edinburgh 16 Jan 1668; Harla tomb (buried) 4 Feb 1692. (S14)

Aitken, John a Scots-Irish student at Glasgow University 1695. (S17)

Aitcheson, John, baker, a child; Morison tomb (buried Edinburgh)12 May 1695. (S14)

Aitcheson, Agnes, poor bernsknow buried (Edinburgh) 28 Oct. 1698. (S14)

Aitcheson, James, indweller, a child; bernsknow; poor; warrant; a decay (buried Edinburgh) 16 May 1699. (S14)

 

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Achisoune, John was retoured heir of his father James Achisone of Bodisbek in 1676 (Retours, Dumfries, 281). Note: To be "retoured heir" meant to be restored possession of something denied to him by legal means. (S1)

Echesone, John Mr. was schoolmaster at the village of Killbryde in 1680 (Hunter, p. 64). (S1)

 

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