The will of Robert Law 11/9/1858 - Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories SC36/48/44

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The will of Robert Law 11/9/1858 - Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories SC36/48/44

LAW 8

At Glasgow the 11th Septr 1858 Compeared Morison & Mair Writers Lanark and gave in the Inventory to be recorded where of the tenor follows.

Inventory of the personal estate and effects of Robert Law, Farmer, Gowmackmorran, Braehead, who died at Gowmackmorran, Braehead, in the parish of Carnwath the 13th day of October 1857

1. Cash in the House    6. 7. 6
The deceased's Farm Stock, Implements of Husbandry and other
effects on the farm of Gowmackmorran, Household furniture, bed
and table linen, body clothes and other effects conform to Inventory
and Valuation by John Lawrie Licensed Appraiser Lanark dated
21st Octr 1857
256. 7.10
Value of the deceased's Estate situated in Scotland 262.15. 4

At Lanark the 10th day of September 1858 years In presence of John Neil Dyce Advocate Commissary Depute of the Commissariot of Lanarkshire Appeared Robert law residing at Gowmackmorran, son of the deceased Robert Law who being solemnly sworn and examined Depones that the said Robert Law died upon the 13th day of October 1857 and the deponent has entered upon the possession and management of the deceased's personal estate for behoof of himself and the other next of kin of the deceased.  That the Deponent knows of no settlement or other writing left by the deceased relative to the disposal of his personal estate and effects or any part of them.  That the foregoing Inventory which is signed by the Deponent and the siad Commissary Depute as relative hereto is a full and complete Inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased wherever situated and belonging or due beneficially to the deceased at the time of his death in so far as the same has come to the Deponents knowledge, and that the value of the said estate situated in Scotland is of the value of 200 and under the value of 300.  All which is truth as the Deponent shall answer to God.  (signed) Robert Law and Neil Dyce.