James Dalrymple c.1693 of Dunraget, Wigtownshire, Scot.
WILL&TESTAMENT.SAMUEL MCADAM - Edinburgh Commissary Court records
3.CC8/8/80- Registered 22 August 1694
The testament dative of Samuel McAdam
servant to John ( DALRYMPLE ) Master of Stair
given up by James Dalrymple of Little Dunraget,
executor dative by right of disposition and assignation
from John and James McAdam
dated 6 March 1693.
REGISTER OF SASINE.RS23/10 fol. 131 - 15 July 1724
Compeared John Andrew in Dalfrossan
as attorney for John McCaddame of Craigengillan
with Thomas Mitchelson of Muirbrock as baillie.
John Andrew had in his hands a precept of clare constat
granted by Thomas Gordon of Earlston, baronet of Earlston superior of the lands,
in favor of John McAdam now of Craigengillan,
for all and whole the lands of Craigengillan in the barony of Earlston, parish of Dalry
and by new division in the parish of Carsphairn,
and in the precept dated at WATERHEAD of Heuch 27 March last.
The precept of clare constat states that Quintin McAdam of Craigengillan has died
and that John McADAM, his son, is his lawful heir to the lands of Craigengillan
Written at WATERHEAD of Heuch 27 March 1724.
James McAdam of Waterhheid of Heuch,
Alexander Cunningham junior of
Robert Dalrymple junior, writer.
Witnesses to giving of sasine -
John Russell servant of John McAdam, David Millar and Samuel Clerk.
“Valuation roll, antient [sic] and modern, of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright”
Proprietor, Quintin M’ADAM of Craigengillan; land:WATERHEAD.
Did any Dalrymples from Waterhead or Dunraget / Dunragget
have descendants in Dublin, Ireland in the 1700s ?