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a. Note:   Register of Sasines 3951 Renfrew 7 Mar 1794 MAITLAND HUTCHISON of Greenbank, Seised, 10 Jan 1794, in parts of Flender now called GREENBANK, comp. 11s 2d land - & 6s 8d land of Flender, 11s 2d land in Flender called Flenderhead, 11s 2d land in Flender called Greggsland, 11s 2d land in Flender called Petershill or Peterhill Mailling; 8 acres of land called Hardacres or Bluebutts; 6 roods of land called Heelbrae being part of Waterfoot, with part of commonty of Mearns Muir; Kilhill or Ladyland with the privilege of the commonty of Mearns Muir & Flender; part of the Commonty of Flender called Robins muir; 11s 2d land in Flender with part of the Commonty of Mearns Muir; & 83 Falls and 31 ells of the Bearflatt Croft, & Teinds, par. Mearns; under burden of �1700 to Laurence Coulter, Merchant, Glasgow, and Margaret & Janet Coulter, daughters of John Coulter, Merchant, Glasgow; - on Disp. by the Trustee on the Seq. Estate of Adam Lightbody, Merchant, Glasgow, 6 Jan 1794. P.R. 35.117
  Register of Sasines 3952 Renfrew 7 Mar 1794
 LAURENCE COULTER, Merchant, Glasgow, & Margaret & Janet Coulter, daughters of John Coulter, Merchant, Glasgow, Seised, 10 Jan 1794, - in parts of Flender now called GREENBANK, par. Mearns; - in security of �1700 in Bond by Adam Lightbody, of Greenbank, Merchant, Glasgow, to Mary Ann Lightbody, his sister, 17 Jul 1789; on Disp. & Assig. by Duncan Buchanan in St. Enoch's Square, Glasgow, 30 Nov 1793. (Vide No. 2822 & 3951) P.R. 35.121
  Registr of Sasines 3955 Renfrew 8 Mar 1794
 LAURENCE COULTER, Merchant, Glasgow, & Margaret & Janet Coulter, daughters of John Coulter, Merchant, Glasgow, Seised, 10 Jan 1794, - in parts of Flender now called GREENBANK, par. Mearns; - in security of �1700; on Bond Corrob. & Disp. by Maitland Hutchison of Greenbank, 6 Jan 1794. (vide No. 3952 ) P.R. 35.124
  Register of Sasines 4300 Renfrew 14 Mar 1795
 ANDREW RENWICK, Portioner, Flender, Seised, 21 Jan 1795, - in WATERFAULD, containing 2 acres 2 roods and 19 falls; lands called Dead Wife's grave containing 2 roods & 10 falls; 1 acre 1 rood and 5 falls of ground on the south side of road from Flender to Eagleshame, & 9 Falls of the Commonty of Flender adjoining, (par. Mearns); - on Disp. by Maitland Hutchison of Greenbank, 2 Jul 1794. P.R. 36.256
  Register of Sasines 4301 Renfrew 14 Mar 1795
 ANDREW RENWICK of Flender, as heir to Arthur Renwick of Flender, his father


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