Decreet dating for married people
These name owners and occupiers/tenants of properties.
Valuation Rolls Valuation rolls of properties in Inveresk, for the years 1885, 1895, 1905, 19 only, can be seen at Scotlands People.
of John Graham; issue: Wm S., Agnes M., James E., Ursula E., Maud M., Dora C., Irene S.b. Helen Douglas, wife of James Baillie, Esquire, of Olive Bank, near Fisherrow XXII 16 Sept., 20 Nov. 1797 Jean Munro, daughter of Alexander Munro, shoemaker in Fisherrow, and spouse of John Hislop, sometime gentleman's servant in Edinburgh, against the said John Hislop, married 1785 XXV 119 28 Feb. 1800 Records of the Poor National Records of Scotland, ref. These are records for the years 1804 to 1975 for Musselburgh District Council and its predecessors, including records of the parochial board.
1855) Parish Church Parish ministers Parish Registers of b/m/d bef.
Registers of Sasines: Land ownership The registers of sasines (changes of ownership of land) for the Sheriffdom of Edinburgh (which includes Inveresk) can be seen in person in the Historical Search Room at the National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Some details of Inveresk Combination Poorhouse, including a map and photographs of the building, are available here.
1748 Rachael Forbes, spouse of John Sharp, late tenant in Monkton hall, only child of the deceased Patrick Forbes of Knapperny and Elizabeth Sinclair, his wife, against the said John Sharp, eldest lawful son to John Sharp, stabler in Pleasance XIV 23 and 29 Mar.
Decree in favour of said Samuel Steele VI 582 18 Mar.