Laurencekirk (Kincardineshire)

(formerly Conveth)

Records, sources & information about the Parish of Laurencekirk

Parish number 263


map of Laurencekirk

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Introduction
Bailies of Laurencekirk
Baron bailies of Laurencekirk
Births & baptisms
Books & articles
Burgh records
Census records
Church Session
Clock & watch tax
Deaths & burials
Episcopal Church Records
Estate records
Farm horse tax
Heritors' records
Jacobites, 1745
Land owners
Maps
Marriages
Ministers of the parish
Monumental inscriptions
Old parish registers
Parish Church
Photographs of places
Places of interest
Poor
Population statistics
Provosts of Laurencekirk
School records
Statistical Accounts
Testaments & wills
Town clerks of Laurencekirk
Town treasurers
War memorial

Introduction

The village of Laurencekirk, founded on his estate by lord Gardenstone, was erected into a burgh of barony in 1779.

seal of Laurencekirk

The Common Seal of the
Burgh of Laurencekirk

The burgh's seal shows the tower built in 1813 by James Farquhar of Johnston on the Hill of Garvock.

Please also visit the page of general information applicable to all of Angus & Kincardineshire.

Abbreviations

NLSNational Library of Scotland
NRSNational Records of Scotland, formerly called the National Archives of Scotland [NAS] and, before that, the Scottish Record Office [SRO]
HM General Register House, Edinburgh EH1 3YY (Tel: +44-131-535-1314)
OPROld Parish Registers of Births/baptisms, Banns/marriages & Deaths/burials (pre-1855)

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Books & articles

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Statistical accounts of Laurencekirk

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Maps of Laurencekirk

For the full range of maps of Laurencekirk, see National Library's Maps.

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Photographs of places

Geograph.org: Laurencekirk - recent photographs of Laurencekirk. National Grid ref. NO7171.

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Parish church

Located at National Grid ref. NO718716. Built in 1804. Photo; another photo.

Further photographs of the parish kirk (including interior views), and of other churches in the parish, are at Churches in Laurencekirk.

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Parish ministers 1560-1931

adm.: admitted, ass.: assistant, bapt.: baptised, contr.: contract, dem.: demitted, dep.: deposed, ind.: inducted, lic.: licensed, mar.: married, min.: minister, ord.: ordained, pres.: presented, rel.: related, res.: resigned, suc.: successor, test.: testament, tr.: translated

Patrick Ramsay1563of Balmain family; min. in 1563, with Arbuthnott also in the charge; reader 1574-9
Alexander Wylie1563reader
Patrick Boncle1574-1579removed here from Fordoun; had Fordoun, Fettercairn and Newdosk in the charge; returned to Fordoun ca. 1579
Walter Ker1580vicar and min. 26 Nov 1580
William Gray1585-1601min. in 1585; still min. 1601
Robert Moir1594reader
Alexander Symson1607-after 1639M.A. St Andrews; min. in 1607; mar.; issue: Patrick, min. of Logie Pert
Robert Douglas1657-1665M.A.; adm. bef. Jan 1657; tr. to Bothwell LKS bef. 20 Sep 1665
Patrick Turnbull1666-ca. 1676M.A. Kings Aberdeen 1660; adm. 30 Sep 1666; d. bef. 12 Jul 1676; mar. Ann Melvill, who survived him; issue: James
William Dunbar1677-1693b. MOR; M.A. Kings Aberdeen; schoolmaster here; adm. 12 Sep 1677; deprived 1693; dep. 1716 for intrusion at Montrose in 1704; d. Nov 1729, aged ca. 80; issue: Wm
Arthur Shepherd1690-1707M.A. St Andrews 1668; schoolmaster Kinross 1683; ord. 2 Mar 1690; d. 23 Apr 1707, aged ca. 59; mar. Isobel Craw; issue: Arthur, merchant, sheriff-depute of Kincardine
David Archer1710-1726son of John A., Pathhead; M.A. St Andrews; ord. 4 Apr 1710; d. 14 May 1726, aged ca. 47; mar. 1716 Kath. Brown
Andrew Thomson1727-1759son of Wm T., min. of Flisk FIF; ord. 11 May 1727; d. 4 Feb 1759; mar. 1746 Christian Anderson; issue; Wm, Gilbert, Andrew, Agnes, Christian
David Forbes1760-1795b. 1725 Garvock, son of Alexr Forbes, blacksmith; M.A. Kings Aberdeen 1749; ord. 27 Aug 1760; d. 24 Mar 1795; mar. 1792 Cath., dau. of James Morison of Elsick, provost of Aberdeen
George Cook1795-1828b. 1772, 2nd son of John Cook, professor of Moral Philosophy, St Andrews; M.A. St Andrews 1790; ord. 3 Sep 1795; D.D. St Andrews 1808; dem. 16 Nov 1828, when appointed prof. of Mor. Phil., St Andrews; d. 13 May 1845; mar. Diana, yst dau. of Alexander Shank, min. of St Cyrus; issue: Diana; Janet; John, D.D., min. of Haddington; Mary (mar. Thomas Marjoribanks, min. of Stenton); Alexr Shank, advocate; George, D.D., min. of Borgue KKD; Henry David, HEICS
John Cook1829-1845nephew of above, b. 1 Sep 1807, son of Prof. John Cook, D.D.; M.A. 1823 D.D. 1848 St Andrews; ord. 3 Sep 1829; tr. to St Leonards, St Andrews 2 Oct 1845; appointed prof. of Church History, St Andrews 1860; dem. from St Leonards 30 Sep 1863; d. 17 Apr 1869; mar. 1837 Rachel Susan, dau. of Wm Farquhar; issue: Eliz. (mar. [1] John Robertson, D.D., min. of St Mungo's Glasgow; [2] Matthew Rodger, D.D., min. of St Leonards); Isabella Farquhar; Harriett; Madeline (mar. Duncan Maclennan); Rachel Susan(mar. Charles Prestwick Scott); Marcia Sophia (mar. Andrew Stewart)
James McGowan1846-1872b. 1806, son of Robt McG., farmer, Kilmadock PER; M.A. Glasgow 1828; ord. (ass. & suc.) to Bonhill DNB 27 Aug 1840; tr. & adm. 15 Jan 1846; d. 27 May 1872; mar. 1841 Isabella Davidson, dau. of John Stuart; issue: Robt; John Stuart; Ann Arthur Semple; James Geo.; Jane; Isabella Jessie
Charles Morrison1872-1890b. 31 May 1828 Cupar FIF, son of Alexr M.; M.A. St Andrews 1850; ord. as missionary to Newington Edinburgh 1857; army chaplain 1857-71; adm. here 27 Nov 1872; d. 19 Dec 1890; mar. (1) 1861 Jane, dau. of W.A. Green; issue: Cameron; Alexr Hugh; Mary Ellen; Jane Latto (mar. William Stephen, min. of Garvock); Annie Latto; Charles Keith; Mary Ellen; William Stalkhart; mar. (2) 1885 Margaret, yr dau. of David Dickson, banker here
Thomas Scott1891-1931b. 1 Nov 1866 Stonehaven, son of Thos S., U.P. min. there; M.A. Edinburgh 1886; ass. here; ord. 15 Apr 1891; dem. 1 Jun 1931; d. 4 Jun 1942 Brechin; mar. (1) 1892 Robina Barron, only dau. of George Oman; issue: Thos Douglas; Robina Antionette Macfarlane, M.B., Ch.B.; Margaret W.; Mary; John Menzies; mar. (2) 1919 Janet Aitchison, 2nd dau. of David Williamson Runciman, min. of Leslie FIF

Ministers of the Free Church (later, United Free Church), Laurencekirk

Charles Glass?-1851b. ca. 1814 Birse ABD; res. 1851; mar. 1847 Isabella Mitchell; issue: Chas G.; Eliz. M.; James M.
David Simpson1851-1893b. 26 Feb 1826 Bresach, Co. Down, Ireland; ord. 1 Jan 1851 Orig. Secession Ch., Brechin; ind. here 29 Jun 1854; d. 30 Jun 1893 Laurencekirk; mar. Jane Thomas or McIntyre; issue: David, M.A.
Thomas Lawrie?-1901-?b. ca. 1862 St Boswells ROX; mar. Eliza ---; issue: Thomas

Ministers of St Laurence's Episcopal Church, Laurencekirk
The first chapel here opened in 1791; the present church dates from 1871.

Jonathan Watson1791-1808b. ca. 1761 BAN; elected bishop of Dunkeld 1792; d. 28 Jan 1808; mar. Catherine Margaret Edgar (of Keithock); issue: John, Mary
William Milne1808-1817A.M.; b. ca. 1775; tr. from Muchalls to be ass. in Dundee; tr. 1808; d. 1817 unmar.
Robert Spark1817-1833b. ca. 1757; tr. from Drumlithie; d. 1837; mar. 1787 Jean, dau. of John Beattie; issue: John, surgeon, H.E.I.C.; Jean; Margt; Cath.
Walter Mitchell Goalenca. 1837-1852b. 16 Sep 1802 Leith MLN; 1852 moved to Trinity, Edinburgh; mar. Anne Gladstone, a cousin; issue: Eliz.; Alexr; Wm A. H.
Joseph Haskoll1852-1854M.A.
Henry St John Howard1854-1863b. ca. 1817 Ireland; in Moulin PER in 1881; mar. Mary M. ---
Joseph William Hunter1863-1870
Francis Patrick Flemyng1870-1871LL.D.
William Walker1871-?
Henry D'Arcy Simpson?-1881-?b. ca. 1847 England; mar. Ellen M. --; issue: Henrietta M.
William West Malachi?-1901-?b. 1854 London; d. 1916 Bristol; mar. Fenella E.F. --; issue: Beatrice L.
James Garden Troup Weir?-?M.A. Aberdeen; b. ca. 1849 Stonehaven, son of Robert W., house carpenter; clergyman, Bo'ness in 1901; d. 29 Jan 1914; mar. Anna Johanna Wilson Stedman

Ministers of the Congregational Church in Laurencekirk

See Congregational ministers in Laurencekirk.

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Monumental inscriptions

Monuments in Laurencekirk Kirkyard bearing pre-1855 information (ca. 100 stones) are listed in Alison Mitchell (ed.), "Pre-1855 Monumental Inscriptions in Kincardineshire" (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy Soc., 1999), which can be bought from the Scottish Genealogy Society. (It's listed as "Kincardineshire MI - The Mearns" in their online shop.)

Andrew Jervise recorded some monuments at Laurencekirk in his "Epitaphs & Inscriptions", vol. 1, pp. 288-94.

See also Laurencekirk Churchyard, Laurencekirk Cemetery and St Laurence Episcopal Churchyard.

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Laurencekirk war memorials

See Scottish War Memorials Project: Laurencekirk and further pages accessible from there.

Second S. African War, 1899-1902, inside Laurencekirk Parish Church - photo.

WW1 and WW2, inside the episcopal church - photo.

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Births, Marriages & Deaths, 1855 to present

Indexes and actual records for Statutory Registers of Births, Marriages & Deaths, beginning 1 Jan 1855, are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.

Burial records for Laurencekirk are held by the Registrar in Stonehaven. See Kincardine and Mearns Burial Grounds.

Births, Marriages & Deaths, before 1855

Indexes and actual records for all extant Old Parish Registers (OPRs) (pre-1855) of the Established Church of Scotland are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.

  1. Births & baptisms

    • 1702 - 1854
  2. Banns & Marriages

    • 1702 - 1854
  3. Deaths & Burials

    • 1703 - 1759

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Church Session Records of Laurencekirk Parish Church

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. CH2/939/...
Minutes & accounts1702-17231
Minutes1724-17752
do1775-18573
do1857-19204
Accounts1724-17565
do1756-18046
do1805-18317
do1831-18558
do1855-18739
do1874-190110
Scroll accounts1834-184011
do1838-184312
do1841-185513
do1855-186914
Baptisms1855-185815
Proclamations1855-186015
Baptisms1891-193016
Communion roll1835-183917
do1840-1843, 1873-188118
do1843-186519
do1865-187220
do1875-187921
do1881-189622
do1893-189523
do1896-190224
Extract Interloquitor in process David Falconer of Newtown
v. Kirk Session of Conveth
172025
Borrowing book of parish library, with names of borrowers184126

Church Session Records of Laurencekirk Free Kirk
Later United Free, Church of Scotland West

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. CH3/210/...
Minutes1844-18921
do1892-19542
Baptisms1873-19533
do1857-19204
Communion roll1872-18945
don.d.6

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Laurencekirk Heritors' records

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. HR247/...
Minute Book1857-19191
do1920-19282
Cash Book1869-19303
Provisional valuation of Church and churchyard19154
Miscellaneous papers etc. (6)1874-19035

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Land owners

There were 4 proprietors of land in the parish in 1790:

In 1837, the 4 owners were:

In 1882, the owners were:

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Estate records

Laurencekirk Burgh - documents re Village Foundation, Rental and Account Records, and Copy of Foundation Charter, 1760-1790 [Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives, ref. AS/Klrk/5/1]

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Episcopal Church Records

Various financial records, 1752-90, for St Laurence's Episcopal Church are among the Brechin Diocesan Library Manuscripts at Dundee University Archives [ref. BrMS 13].

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Poor

Following records are held by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives:

Nature of recordDatesRef.
Laurencekirk Parochial Board: Minute Book1860 - 1880AS/KPlrk/1
do1880 - 1895AS/KPlrk/2
Laurencekirk Parish Council: Minute Book1895 - 1921AS/KPlrk/3
do1921 - 1930AS/KPlrk/4
Laurencekirk Parochial Board / Parish Council: General Register of the Poor1843 - 1903AS/KPlrk/5
Laurencekirk Parish Council: General Register of the Poor1903 - 1934AS/KPlrk/6
do1934 - 1937AS/KPlrk/7
Laurencekirk Parish Council: Children's Separate Register of the Poor1914 - 1935AS/KPlrk/8
Laurencekirk Parochial Board: Unadmitted & Unascertained Cases of Settlement of Poor Relief1857AS/KPlrk/9
Laurencekirk Parish Council: Applications for Poor Relief1928 - 1932AS/KPlrk/10

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School records

There is very little material for Laurencekirk, but the following records are held by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives:

Nature of recordDatesRef.
Laurencekirk Episcopal School: Admission Register1902 - 1919ED/KC5/114/2/1

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Census records

Records of the official censuses of the parish in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 are held in the New Register House, Edinburgh and are open to the public on payment of a fee.

Indexes to all the original census records, and the records themselves, can be accessed online at modest charge at ScotlandsPeople.

Microfilm copies are also widely available in libraries. The 1881 census is available on CD-ROM.

The early censuses of 1801-31 do not name individuals.

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Population statistics

Yearmalefemaletotalref.
1755757Dr Alexander Webster
1790about 1200Old Statistical Account
18011215
18111309
18216848311515
18311886
18351938*see New Statistical Account
18411904
1851
1871100411702174
188198510602045
189192010141934
190191011012011
191189410271921
192190910471956

* of whom, 1391 were in the burgh of Laurencekirk

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Testaments & wills

Laurencekirk was in the Commissariot of St Andrews.

Indexes to all extant pre-1926 testamentary records (wills & inventories of moveable property) can be searched free of charge at ScotlandsPeople. Digital (and paper) copies of the documents can be purchased at that site. See further the introduction to Angus & Kincardineshire at Testaments.

Testaments of Laurencekirk people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of St Andrews, 1549-1823

Janet Alexanderspouse to Alexander Alexander, in Calsayend, par. of Conveth23 Aug 1620
Marjorie Allardycewidow in the Kirktoim of Conveth, par. of Conveth13 Apr 1616
James Badenochfarmer, Mains of Glammis, thereafter at Johnston, Laurencekirk21 Oct 1803
David Barclayin Blakmuir, par. of Conveth2 Jun 1606
Alexander Beattiein Quheitsauch, par. of Conveth21 Dec 1615
James Beattiein Scotstoun, par. of Conveth30 Mar 1690
John Beattietenant in Brintown, par. of Laurencekirk or Conveth18 May 1772
John Beattietenant in Mill of Halkerstone, par. of Laurencekirk1 Aug. 1796
John Beattieat Middleton of Whitesaugh1 Aug 1821
Dame Agnes Carnegiespouse to Sir Alexander Falconer of Halkertoun, knight, par. of Conveth29 Dec 1635
Margaret Carnegiespouse to Patrick Falconer of Newtoun, par. of Conveth5 Jun 1627
David Christieresiding in Laurencekirk21 & 25 Jun 1817
Mrs Mary Christieresiding in Laurencekirk, relict of Mr John Scott, schoolmaster there31 Jan & 20 Aug 1823
Margaret Cleattounspouse to John Cowtie, in Readmyre, par. of Conveth15 Mar 1637
Nicolas Curriespouse to Alexander Cowie, in Bent of Kilhill, par. of Conveth12 Sep 1621
Christian Duthielawful spouse to Alexander Cowie, in Bent of Kilhill, par. of Conveth22 Nov 1627
Alexander, Lord Falconer of Halkertounpar. of Conveth2 Jan 1674 and 27 Jul 1675
Andrew Falconerin Halkertoune, par. of Conveth20 Oct 1624
John Falconer of Newtounpar. of Conveth5 Feb 1673
David Fettesin Blascokmur, par. of Conveth3 Jul 1675
Mr David Forbesminister of Laurencekirk26 Mar 1800
Janet Forbeswidow of Mr Alexander Smart in Laurencekirk27 Jul 1812
Arthur Foxin Scotstoun, par. of Conveth3 Aug 1616
Elizabeth Fullartonspouse to Robert Falconer, in Drumforbes, par. of Conveth29 Dec 1635
Isobel Garviespouse to John Jack, in Drumforker, par. of Conveth23 Mar 1648
Alexander Greigin Bleacokmuir, par. of Conveth20 Oct 1624
James Greigat the Milne of Conveth3 Aug 1616
Agnes Hutcheonspouse to John Man, cotter in Powburne, par. of Conveth25 Jul 1635
John Laikietenant in Whitsaugh25 Apr 1811
Ann Lawsonin Laurencekirk, widow of John Anderson, grieve at Pitmiries29 Dec 1809
David Lawsontenant in Pollburn, par. of Laurencekirkbis, 25 May 1715
James Lawsonin Powburn, par. of Conveth15 Jul 1724
Richard Lawsonin Midletoun, par. of Conveth7 Jul 1687
Richard Lawson, seniorresidenter in Laurencekirk20 Jul 1812
Richard LawsonLaurencekirk [same man as above?]26 Mar 1813
Jean Limgairresiding in Laurencekirk, spouse of decd. Alexander Mitchell, merchant there21 Oct 1823
Robert Lowat Lowrenskirk, par. of Conveth1 Jun 1686
James Lyellat Conveth-kirk26 Jul 1686
Margaret Lynnspouse to William Brand, in Pitquhortie, par. of Conveth5 Jun 1627
Patrick Milnein the Hill of Halcartoune, par. of Conveth19 Dec 1618
Rev. William Milneepiscopal clergyman in Laurencekirk4 Jun 1817
Alexander Mitchellmerchant in Laurencekirk12 Jun & 15 Nov 1822
Catherine Moncursometime spouse to William Lawsoun, husbandman in Midiltoun, par. of Conveth16 Sep 1606
James Mylneshoemaker at Lawrencekirk2 Nov 1693
John Scottschoolmaster at Laurencekirk31 Jan & 11 Nov 1823
Alexander Smart of Polburnresiding in Laurencekirk17 Dec 1807
David Smartlate tenent in Pellburn, par. of Lawrencekirk, alias Conveth26 Sep 1754
John Smart in/of Burntownafterwards in Laurencekirk26 & 28 Mar 1817
John Smithat the milne of Hakartoun, par. of Conveth5 May 1617
Robert Soutarat the Mylne of Convethe19 Sep 1650
Charles Stivensnuff-box maker in Laurencekirk9 Sep & 1 Nov 1821
Agnes Symmersometime in the Hill of Halcarstoun, par. of Conveth20 Oct 1685
Charles Walkersurgeon in Laurencekirk10 Sep 1791
David Wattin Bent of Kilhill, par. of Conveth5 May 1621
James Wilsonin the Hill of Halcartoun, par. of Conveth3 Nov 1613
Andrew Wylliein the Latche of Kilhill, par. of Conveth15 Jun 1614
Margaret Wyllierelict of William Lawson, in Powburn, par. of Conveth27 Jun 1662

Testaments registered at St Andrews that have been lost, for which only entries in the minute books are extant.

Mr David Archerminister at Lawrencekirk30 Aug 1727
John Beattiein Scotstoun, par. of Conveth, in Scotstoun, par. of Conveth5 May 1736
John Crollin Northhill of Halkerton, par. of Conveth2 May 1739
James Keyin Bent of Halkerston, par. of Laurencekirk30 Apr 1735
Robert Mortimerwriter at Lawrencekirk21 Feb 1735
Alexander Wylliein Thornlie, par. of Lawrencekirk24 Jun 1761

Testaments of Laurencekirk people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Brechin, 1576-1800
'T' before the date indicates that the copy in the register is lost, but the original testament is extant.

Elizabeth Barclayand John Anderson of Blakmoir, par. of Laurencekirk14 Apr 1657
Andrew Jackat Conveth Kirk9 Aug 1656
John Jackin Drumforben, par. of ConvethT. 23 Dec 1658
Elizabeth Ousteanespouse to William Colie, in Myddiltoun, par. of Conveth1 Jun 1594

Testaments of Laurencekirk people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1514-1600

Andro Burnetat the kirk of Conveth in the Mearns12 Mar 1581-2
David Jelliein Blacokmure, par. of Conveth, sher. of Kincardin8 Mar 1582-3
John Middiltoun, elder of Killhillpar. of Conveth, sher. of Kincardine27 Feb 1588-9
Christian Raitsometime spouse to Archibald Irving, of Reidmyre, par. of Conveth, sher. of Kincardine6 Feb 1597-8
Patrik Ramsayreader at the kirk of Conveyth in the Mernis27 Oct 1580
Margaret Webstersometime spouse to William Coillie, in Quhytsauch, par. of Conveyth, sher. of Kincardine28 May 1582

Testaments of Laurencekirk people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1601-1700

Alexander Falconer of Halkertounpar. of Conveth, in the Mearns17 Mar 1607
Jonet Jelliesometime spouse to Richard Cletoun, cotter in Blacokmure, par. of Conveth, sher. of the Mearns17 May 1603
Margaret Melvillsometime spouse to John Wylie, husbandman, par. of Conveth, in the Mearns7 Apr 1609
Alexander Taylor (Tailzeour)messenger in the Kirktoun of Conveth, sher. of the Mearns29 Nov 1603

Testaments of Laurencekirk people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1701-1800

Mrs Margaret Falconersister to the Lord Halkerton15 Apr 1748
Mrs Mary Falconerdaughter of the deceased David, Lord Falconer, of Halkerton15 Nov 1775
William Falconer, Lord, of Halkerton17 Jul 1777

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Jacobite rebels - 1745 rebellion
From: A List of Persons concerned in the Rebellion (Edinburgh, Scottish History Soc., vol. 8, 1890)

NamesDesignationsAbodeActs of rebellion
& circumstances
Where at present
Peter Barclay of Johnstone-Johnstone
Robert Vallantineservantdo

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Clock & watch tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Laurencekirk:

NRS ref. E326/12/2/81

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Farm horse tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Laurencekirk:

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Baron Baillies of Laurencekirk

NameIn officeBornDiedInfo
James Fettes?-1845-1872-?

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Provosts of the Burgh of Laurencekirk, 1901 to 1974 (still subject to correction)

NameIn officeBornDiedInfo
John Rae1901-1903-?
Herbert W. Robson, M.R.C.V.S.?-?ca. 1871 Englandveterinary surgeon in Fettercairn from 1900
William Robson?-?son of above; veterinary surgeon
Ian Millar Frain, M.B.E.?-197529 Sep 1927 Auckland N.Z.23 Jul 2010 BrechinRector of Mearns Academy

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Bailies of the Burgh of Laurencekirk

In office1st bailie2nd bailie
1903James PatersonDavid Cameron

Town treasurers of Laurencekirk

NameIn officeBornDiedInfo
George Ross1903

Town clerks of Laurencekirk

NameIn officeBornDiedInfo
Robert Crabb?-1846-1847-?
Patrick Dickson?-1872-?
John Craig?-1901-1913-?ca. 1859 Glasgow13 Apr 1922accountant
William J. C. Reed?-1918-1932-?

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Burgh of Laurencekirk

Records of the Burgh of Laurencekirk, 1751-1993 [Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives, ref. AS/Klrk]

Including:

Nature of recordDatesRef.
Council Minute Book1780 - 1819AS/Klrk/1/1
do1833 - 1873AS/Klrk/1/2
do1889 - 1905AS/Klrk/1/3
do1905 - 1914AS/Klrk/1/4
do1914 - 1922 AS/Klrk/1/5
do1922 - 1929AS/Klrk/1/6
do1929 - 1935AS/Klrk/1/7
do1935 - 1941AS/Klrk/1/8
do1941 - 1949AS/Klrk/1/9
do1949 - 1956AS/Klrk/1/10
do1956 - 1963AS/Klrk/1/11
do1963 - 1969AS/Klrk/1/12
do1969 - 1974AS/Klrk/1/13
do1974 - 1975AS/Klrk/1/14

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Places of interest

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