Notices of Various Families mentioned in "Book of the Graemes
MINUTE BOOK OF SASINES,
Perth, Nov. 1, 1660, to Dec. 7th, 1704.
First Minute Book in above. Ref. No.
James Graham of a a’rent on lands of Ardbinie 380
Third Minute Book, 1665-68.
Donnal Robertson of lands, Tulliebelton ref.no. 133
Renuc. Christene Doig to David Grahame ref.no. 135
David Graham of the lands Nether offers Ardity and others ref.no. 164
May 1666. David Toscheoch, land of Whitbank ref.no. 270
July 1666. J. Graham of Balgowan, certain lands Wadsett to him ref.no. 295 By Marqs Montroise
1666. Mungo Graham of the lands of Kincardine ref.no. 296
Dec. 1666. Esk Revers in favor of John Graham, Balgowan ref.no. 250
Jan. 1667. J ohn Graham of lands over Pitcairns ref.no. 361
(Third Minute Book, 1665-68.)
Nov. 1671. Daniel Bryce of Cassen of the half of the five merks land of Easter Cassen, on a charter from Mungo Haldane,
Gleneagles ref.no. 144
April 1671. John Graham, sone to late George Graham, fiar of Glemie of the five merks land of Netherglenie on a charter
proceeding from Sir Colin Campbell, Aberuchill ref.no. 7
May 1671. James Erie of Perth, and some of the lands of Pittenzie, Duchlan and Pittachar (Crieff) proceeding on a disposition
by David Toshach of Pittenzie ref.no. 46
June 1672. Barbra Grahame spous to Pat. Blair of Littleblair, and sixth pairt land, Weltoune of Blair, her husband (no
number, it is between) 253, 254 Sept. 1672. Lilias Oliphant, daughter to Sir Laurence Oliphant of Gask in lyfrent of the lands
of Orchill, lands of Wester and middle Raternes Milne and Milne lands thereof, and fishings on Allen Water disposed to her
be James Graham of Orchill ref.no. 296
May 1673. Renuc. be Katherine Grahame, relict of James Bayn of Findoll, in parish of Multhill
Renuc. be David Toshach of Monzievaird, in favour of James Campbell of Clathick, of ane a’rent of 120 lb. Furth cumend
out of the lands of Clathick and Buanachar parish, Monzievaird, which land pertains to James Campbell, 27th February 1674
Ninian Grahame, writer in Edinburgh, a’rent of 80 lib to be lifted out of lands of Provost Manes and Waltoune parish
of Abernethie, byHarriet Pitcairne of Lacestown, 29th Apr. ref.no. 52
April 1675. John Drummond, eldest son to Sir James Drummond, Machany, of the lands of Middle Drumnaquhonce, parish of Muthil,
proceeding on a Charter by Sir William Grahame of Braco, April 26th, 1675 ref.no. 256
Margaret and Joane Nairne, daughters of the late Master John Nairne of Muckarsie of lands of Over Nether and Middle Bonthill
and Milne, and fishings thereof sometime lying within the Barony of Kinoull, proceeding on a precept out of the Chancellory,
25th Oct. 1675 ref.no. 359
Finlay McNab, son to Umquhill John McNab in Bocwachane in fie, and Katherine M’Farland his mother, in life-rent of
lands of Inchewane and Bowachke, proceeding on a disposition by John Campbell of Glenurquchie, Mch. 28th, 1676
Anna Graham, daughter to the Umquhill Robert Graham, "Robert of Drumsad," and upon certain lands, houses, yards, and others
lying within and about the Burgh of Auchterarder as assigned to her by her said Umquhill father, Nov. 8th, 1676
(Third Minute Book, 1665-68.)
Anna Graham, niece to Umquhill Master James Graham, minister of Glendevon, of a 40s. land of Drumsied within the Barony
of Kincardine proceeding on a precept of Clair Constant by Sir William Graham of Braco and others, as factors to the Marquiss
of Montrose, 12th June 1677 104 Renuc. Be Anna Graham, niece to the Umquhill Master James Graham, minister of Glendeven, with
consent of the Maister Mungo Graham, her husband, in favour of James Graham of Orchill of an a’rent of œ32 out
of the lands of Rahalloch within Blackford parich, Dec. 29th, 1682 ref.no. 404
Allexander Robertson of Fascallie of the Aikenwoods of Inchmagranock, with the haill houses built thereon within parish
of Little Dunkeld, proceeding on a Charter the Gilbert Stewart Com. Clerk, Dunkeld, Sept. 19th, 1677
Beatrix Locheath spous to Andrew Graham of Damiakellies of a life rent lifted out of said lands in parish Blackford, May
30th, 1678 ref.no. 205
To David Murray, apothercary, Perth, receives an a’rent 80 lib off lands of provost manes and haltoun, parish of
Abernethy, be Ninian Graham, writer in Edin., August 1678 ref.no. 225
To Ninian Graham of Cairney, October 1678 ref.no. 237
Robert Graham, brother to Ninian Graham of Cairney, of lands of over Boneath, Baroni Ogilvie on a Clare constant be Sir
R. Murray, Abercairny, January 1679 ref.no. 262
To Margaret and Joann Nairne, daughters to Umquhill John Nairne, Muckersie, annual rent of 1220 merks of lands and barony
on a right be Robert, Lord Nairne, April 8th, 1681 ref.no. 119
John McNab, son to Archibald McNab of Muling within the barony of Strathord, proceeding on a precept of sasines by his
said father to him, August 23rd, 1681 ref.no. 172
John, brother to Umquhill Patrick Cairney of Tulchane, of land of Whit-bank and Cand Witham in barony of Monzievaird by
David Toshach of Monzievaird, May 22nd, 1682 ref.no. 307
David Toshach of Monzievaird, of ane Gleib called Ibert and Dalbrach of Monzievaird within the stewardry of Strathearn,
on a precept of clare Constant be Mr G. Mitchell of Monzievaird, Feb. 1684 ref.no. 122
Charles Graham in Methven, of an annual rent of œ8 to be lifted out of three tenements lying in Methven pertaining
to David Moncrieff, August 1684 ref.no. 203
Anabel, Lilias, Dorothy and Agnes Graham, daughters to the Umquhill
Robert Graham of Cairney, of lands of over Bankheath in barony of Ogilvy, proceeding on a clare constant of Sir Robert
Moray, Abercairny, Sept. 1684 ref.no. 292
Helen Graham, daughter of Sir John Graham ane of the clerks of the Chancellory, of ane yearly rent to be lifted out of
the lands of Dullaries, Cultrannich, and ane Croft called Croft Werk, with ane house in Crieff proceeding on a right be Patrick
Murray of Dollarie, January 1686
To Mr John Grahame and his spouse, of lands in Cairney, September 1694
Mr John Grahame, Minister of Maddertie, of small lands of Broomfold and Lenny and two days of turf out of the Moor of Innerpeffry
lying in the Barony of Cairdney, by Lord Strathallan, October 1697 William Grahame, certain portions and parcells of lands
and houses about Auchterarder bought in manner mentioned, proceeding on a Charter of fee from the Marquiss of Montrose, 4th
June 1703 ref.no. 314
John Grahame, of lands of Woodend in Kincardine by Marquiss of Montrose, 16th July 1703
Catherine Grahame, spouse to James Rutherford of Broadheadfold, in life-rent of 100 merks and various loads of coals, peat
and pastury out of her contract of marriage of those lands lying in Dunning, 3rd April 1706
Robert Grahame, Town Clerk, of town and lands of Woodside of Kin-cardine, with Woodend and Pendicle called Balcalk with
houses, diggings, yairds, etc., lying in parish of Auchterarder, contract of Feu Farm betwixt him and James, Marquiss of Montrose,
7th Oct. 1706
The following list of students at the University of St Andrews in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were sent me
by the kindness of J. Maitland Anderson, Esq., Librarian of that University:-
Johannes Gramus, 1583.
Georgius Grahamus, 1587.
Georgius Grahame, 1605.
Georgius Grahamus, 1608.
Jacobus Grahamus, 1610.
Guilielmus Grahamus, 1611.
Jacobus Grahame, 1620.
Johannes Grahamus, 1620.
Alexander Grahame, 1628.
Patricius Grahamus, 1630.
Georgius Grahamus, 1630.
Robertus Grahame, 1635.
Carolus Grahamus, 1636.
Jacobus Grahame, 1643.
George Graham, M.A., of 2587, was a student of St Leonard’s College, where he entered in 1583.