|Statement||Ed. by Francis J. Grant.|
|Series||Scottish Record Society. (Publications, 21)|
|Contributions||Grant, Francis James, 1863-1953.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||18004057|
Orkney And Shetland Records, Volume 1 [Viking Society for Northern Research] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Orkney And Shetland Records, Volume 1Format: Hardcover. OS no. Title: Editor: Published: Pages: Read Online or Buy: 1: Commissariot Record of Edinburgh: Register of Testaments, to Francis J. Grant, W.S. History Of The Episcopal Church In Orkney - With Some Notes On The Church In Caithness And Shetland During That Period; And An Introductory Sketch Of The Earlier Ecclesiastical History Of Orkney - - pages The Historical Records Of The 93rd The Sutherland Highlanders, Now 2nd Batt/5(3). & Barclay, Robert S. , The court book of Orkney and Shetland, / transcribed and edited with introduction and glossary by Robert S. Barclay Kirkwall Press [Kirkwall] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
The Commissariot record of Orkney and Shetland. Register of testaments / edited by Francis J. Grant Grant, Francis J. Sir, (Francis James) Records of testaments, inventories etc. are held at the National Records of Scotland. See also: The Court Book of Orkney and Shetland, Transcribed and edited by Robert S Barclay Published , Kirkwall. The Court Book of Orkney and Shetland, Transcribed and edited by . The sheriffdom of Orkney and Shetland was created in the 16th century upon the ceding of the islands to Scotland for non-payment of the dowry of Margaret's marriage to King James III of Scotland by King Christian I, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Prior to . Commissariot Record of Dunblane, Kincardineshire, Perth, & Forfar: Commissariot Record of Dunkeld, Register of Testaments, , and the Commissariot Record of Kirkendbright, Executry Papers, Aberdeenshire & Kincardineshire - Protocol Book of Sir John Christisone, Perth: Protocol Book of Sir Robert Rollock.
The Commissariot of Orkney & Shetland covers the whole of The Shetlands. The Commissariot of Edinburgh was the main court and covers all of Scotland and Overseas as well as the local area and should always be checked. Northmaven Blotter Register, (8), Church of Scotland, Parish Church of Northmaven (Shetland) [Item 3] Baptisms, Orkney records. Harray Free Church Baptisms - £ View Details. Extraction of baptisms for Harray Free Church - NRS Reference CH3//2. This record set contains entries (in PDF format), and has not, as far as we are aware, been published before. In when king Sverre Sigurdsson (ca –) ruled Norway and Harald Maddadsson was Earl of Orkney and Shetland, the Lendmann Hallkjell Jonsson and the Earl's brother-in-law Olav raised an army called the eyjarskeggjar on Orkney and sailed for Norway. Their pretender king was Olav's young foster son Sigurd. The Index Library, The Commissariot Records of Edinburgh. Register of Testaments, 3 volumes, half calf, with green tape repair on backstrips, 8vo Edinburgh - The Commissarriot Records of Dunblane. Register of Testaments , bound with, Dunkeld, Hamilton & Campsie, Inverness, The Isles & Lanark, half calf, split at hinges rear board loose, Edinburgh - The Commissarriot.