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Replies for Mr William Innes, merchant in London, defender to the answers given in by Mess. Gibson and Balfour to his petition. by William Innes

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Published in [Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3485, no. 32.
ContributionsGibson and Balfour (Edinburgh, Scotland)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination11,[1]p.
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16856695M

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  The Book of Irish Families, Great & Small, by Irish author Michael C. O’Laughlin notes: “that one should be aware that the Scots name of Innes, bears no relationship to Ennis.” 7 As a surname it is unclear if it is related, but as the topographic Inis it is. In Ireland the name goes back many centuries and loosely means ‘island’. Family and Education. b. 29 July , s. of Alexander Innes of Cathlaw, West Lothian, banker and merchant of Edinburgh, by Johanna, da. of Alexander Ainslie, Edinburgh merchant.m. 19 May , Ann Wintle, s.p. Offices Held. Biography. In Innes was established as a London merchant, trading with the West Indies where he had extensive family connexions. CLC2/43 Replies for Mr Robert Gray of Creech, and Mr William Sutherland, his Cautioner, Suspenders; to the Answers for Sir John Sinclair of Murkle, Baronet, Charger, given in by appointment of Lord Elliock Ordinary. 26 January 10pp. CLC2/44 Petition of Mr Robert Gray of Criech, and Mr William Sutherland, Writer in Edinburgh. A 2d son of the 7 th laird, Alexander Innes of Cowie, Kincardineshire, and of Breda, Aberdeenshire, who died in , was father of William Innes, Esq. of Raemoir, at one time a merchant in London; married, issue, two sons and a daughter; the elder son, Alexander, designed of Cowie, and the younger son, Thomas G. Rose Innes, passed advocate in.

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