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Inquisitionum ad capellam regis retornatarum ... abbreviatio

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Latin
[Scotland : s.n.], 1811-1816
3 v.

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Text in Latin.

Index is arranged by county. Under each county there is an index of places and names. The name index includes names of the heir, ancestor, tutor and pupil. A tutor administered the affairs of a fatherless child, or pupil (a boy under 14 or a girl under 12).

Summary and index of retours 1530-1700. A retour was the return from a sheriff to the Chancery Court establishing heirship for the inheritance of property.

Indexes a portion of: Services of heirs, 1530-1900 / Scotland. Chancery Court.

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