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Shiell and Small, Solicitors

  • MS 105
  • Collection
  • 1743-1982
MS 105/I Shiell and Small, Solicitors, Dundee MS 105/II Dundee and Newtyle Railway Company MS 105/III Dundee and Perth and Aberdeen Railway Junction Company MS 105/IV Caledonian Railway Company MS 105/V Callender and Oban Railway Company MS 105/VI North British Railway Company MS 105/VII Dundee and Arbroath Railway Company MS 105/VIII Scottish Central Railway Company MS 105/IX Miscellaneous Railway Companies MS 105/X Miscellaneous Clients MS 105/XI Baxter Park Trustees MS 105/XII William Arklay Timber Merchant, Caledonia Saw Mills MS 105/XIII Dundee Corn Exchange and Public Hall Association Ltd MS 105/XIV Dundee Garden City Association Ltd MS 105/XV Eastern Bank of Scotland MS 105/XVI Lands of Henry Burra Esquire in Glenbucket [Glenbuchat] and Strathdon MS 105/XVII Standard Life Assurance Company MS 105/XVIII James Small, Civil [and Electrical] Engineer, London MS 105/XIX Insurance Company of Scotland MS 105/XX Executries and Trusts MS 105/XXI Kelly Castle MS 105/22 Papers mainly relating to the James Duncan of Jordanstone bequest and the proposals to use this to set up an Art College as part of Dundee Technical College and School of Art under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Act MS 105/P Maps and Plans

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spinner in Dundee, now residing at Baldovan, and Miss Janet Miller, residing at Roseangle, Dundee, daughter of John Miller, teacher in Dundee, dated 24 June, 1862.

spinner in Dundee, now residing at Baldovan, and Miss Janet Miller, residing at Roseangle, Dundee, daughter of John Miller, teacher in Dundee, dated 24 June, 1862. Also includes Trust, Disposition and Settlement by George Taws, dated 14 July, 1871, died 9 August, 1874. 1862-1875.

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Trust accounts, Vol. 5.

Trust accounts, Vol. 5. 1952-1958. Includes separate sheet detailing accounts with Alliance Trust and British Investment Trust [between p.34-35].

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Trust for David Gilroy, merchant, Craigie House (latterly of Rowanbank, Broughty Ferry), Dundee, son of Robert Gilroy, merchant, millspinner and manufacturer in Dundee. January 1873, with effect from October 1872.

Trust for David Gilroy, merchant, Craigie House (latterly of Rowanbank, Broughty Ferry), Dundee, son of Robert Gilroy, merchant, millspinner and manufacturer in Dundee. January 1873, with effect from October 1872. 1873-1906

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Trust Fund of Misses Robina Gilroy [latterly Mrs Ross, married John Macdonald Ross, civil engineer, Glasgow, 1877], Bessie or Elizabeth Gilroy, and Sarah Reid Gilroy [latterly Mrs Lamb, married David Imlack Lamb, merchant, St.Andrews, 1877]; all daught...

Trust Fund of Misses Robina Gilroy [latterly Mrs Ross, married John Macdonald Ross, civil engineer, Glasgow, 1877], Bessie or Elizabeth Gilroy, and Sarah Reid Gilroy [latterly Mrs Lamb, married David Imlack Lamb, merchant, St.Andrews, 1877]; all daughters of the deceased Robert Gilroy, Rowanbank, Broughty Ferry, merchant, millspinner and manufacturer in Dundee. 1872-1906

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Trust of James Mitchell, lately tenant of Carrot, now residing in Carnoustie, to make adequate financial provision for his son James Mitchell, residing with his grandmother, Mrs Batchelor, at Forebank, Dundee. Executed in view of James Mitchell's (the ...

Trust of James Mitchell, lately tenant of Carrot, now residing in Carnoustie, to make adequate financial provision for his son James Mitchell, residing with his grandmother, Mrs Batchelor, at Forebank, Dundee. Executed in view of James Mitchell's (the father) intended emigration to Queensland or elsewhere abroad, dated 3 December 1864. 1864-1881.

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Trust of James Taws, merchant and flax Spinner in Dundee, died 18 October 1857 [died intestate]. Partner in the firm of James Taws and Sons, the sons being: Robert Taws [eldest], and George [only other son].

Trust of James Taws, merchant and flax Spinner in Dundee, died 18 October 1857 [died intestate]. Partner in the firm of James Taws and Sons, the sons being: Robert Taws [eldest], and George [only other son]. 1858-1864.

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Trust of William Dunbar Macdougall M.A. LL.B., of Langshaw, Kirtlebridge, Dumfriesshire; Meadow House, 64 Reform Street, Dundee; and 3 Beechwood Terrace, Dundee, manager of the Alliance Trust Company Ltd, Dundee, died March, 1952. References to his Wil...

Trust of William Dunbar Macdougall M.A. LL.B., of Langshaw, Kirtlebridge, Dumfriesshire; Meadow House, 64 Reform Street, Dundee; and 3 Beechwood Terrace, Dundee, manager of the Alliance Trust Company Ltd, Dundee, died March, 1952. References to his Will of December 1951.

Letter Book No. 1. April 1952 - September 1965. [Wet Copy].

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Vol. 1.

Vol. 1. 1849-1865. Includes [another copy of] Contract of Marriage between James Mitchell and Elizabeth Deuchars and a list of Mr Mitchell's children and birth dates, pasted into page 229.

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