Transcripts

A transcript is when a document has been copied out or typed up exactly as it has been written to make it easier to read or to handle. This will include the poor grammar and inconsistent spelling of the creator, Angus Archives has produced or acquired a number of transcribed items, mainly focusing on early, fragile records. You may still see or use the original item unless it is too fragile to produce.

Reference Description
B/3/1Opens in a new window Brechin Cathedral 1232 charter [PDF 39K]Opens in a new window
A/1/14/146 Charter of James VI to Arbroath, 1599
ET/10Opens in a new window Death warrant of Margaret Shuttleworth, 1821 [PDF 50K]Opens in a new window
F/1/5/51Opens in a new window Chapman’s liberties signed by Strathmore & Airlie lords of counsell [PDF 33K]Opens in a new window
F/1/5/54Opens in a new window Memorials to be laid before Mr Robert Craigie Concerning Binny’s catastropie [PDF 41K]Opens in a new window
F/1/5/56Opens in a new window Order to the Provost & Bailies of Forfar to supply provisions to garrison. Dated at Castle of Glamis, 22 May 1654 [PDF 31K]Opens in a new window
F/1/5/58Opens in a new window Representation by Mr. James Lyon to the Magistrates of Forfar, 1728 [PDF 34K]Opens in a new window
F/1/5/60Opens in a new window Letter from William Strang, Merchant in Stockholm, to the Town Council of Forfar advising that he had shipped the Bigg Bell to the Church of Forfar, 1657 [PDF 35K]Opens in a new window
F/5/35 Selected Forfar witch confessions
F/5/181Opens in a new window Forfar Town Council extracts [PDF 32K]Opens in a new window
MS 210Opens in a new window Captain de Younge’s letter to the Mayor of Carnoustie, 1938 [PDF 35K]Opens in a new window
MS 239 My life during the siege of Maefking by Annie Rayne
MS 329Opens in a new window Account of Captain Fall’s pirate attack on the town of Arbroath, 1781 [PDF 36K]Opens in a new window
MS 415Opens in a new window Journal of the proceedings of a Mob at Arbroath from the 18 May to the 5 June 1778 by John Burnett [PDF 53K]Opens in a new window
MS 462/2/3Opens in a new window Accounts of Ralph Green, innkeeper in Montrose, for the funeral of Colonel John Scott of Commieston - document [PDF 11K]Opens in a new window
MS 463/4/1/3Opens in a new window Inventory of Logy’s house, 19 September 1763 [PDF 39K]Opens in a new window
MS 473/3/3Opens in a new window Extracts of letter from Isa Cunningham, Brechin, to her finance Charles Jamieson in London concerning wedding arrangements, 3 February 1915 [PDF 35K]Opens in a new window
MS 526Opens in a new window Letters of Christian Sheriff, Brechin to Rev William Stevenson, Madras, 1865 [PDF 34K]Opens in a new window
MS 585/8/27/30Opens in a new window Petition of Janet Mill, a poor widow, for charity from the Brechin Guildry papers, 18th century 
[PDF 27K]Opens in a new window
MS 606Opens in a new window Arbroath Tailors Incorporation [PDF 54K]Opens in a new window
MS 620/4/9Opens in a new window List of gentlemen to be invited to Mrs Webster’s funeral, 18th century [PDF 54K]Opens in a new window
MS 620/4/12Opens in a new window Margaret Cormack’s claim for an illegitimate birth, Montrose, 1777 [PDF 54K]Opens in a new window
MS 620/4/45Opens in a new window Draft marriage contract between James Crabb, tailor in Montrose and Anne Anderson, 18th century [PDF 32K]Opens in a new window
MS 643/5Opens in a new window Extract from a letter of Andrew Beal, soldier in India, describing his court martial [PDF 38K]Opens in a new window
MS 645Opens in a new window Notarial instrument of land in Newtyle, 1611 [PDF 45K]Opens in a new window

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