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5 May 1549
Alexander Neisbet of Bankheid, tutor (Guardian) to Margaret Neisbet eldest daughter and one of the two heirs portioners of umquhile(deceased) James Neisbet of Greineholing (Greenholm) her brother, on one part;

and Hew Neisbet in Braidlie, for himself and Jhone Neisbet his eldest son on the other.

Contract of Marriage (betwixt said Jhone and Margrat) 10 Jan 1548
(ref NAS (National Archives Scotland) CS7 III-35)

After this date it is their descendents that were NN's of Greenholm and they belong to DNA group3


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Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:22 pm
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Sasine to GEORGE Nesbit of the KIRKLAND of LOWDOUN (in Latin)
Registered at Irvine, 22 June 1604, presented by Gilbert Garven
GEORGE Nesbit in KNEVOKLAW, baillie in that part, for Hugh, Earl of Eglinton, Lord Montgomerie, presented a precept of sasine which had been granted by the Earl, with consent of his curators, as superior of the lands. It was evident that the deceased HUGH Nesbit, son and heir of apparent of ROBERT Nesbit in HAG, brother of GEORGE Nesbit had died vest and seised in the KIRKLANDS of LOWDOUN. These consisted of the 40 penny land of DORVELL, commonly called the YARDS, occupied by James Richie and Agnes Gibbie, relict of Murdoch Dykis; the 10 penny land of TEMPLEHOUS occupied by John Thomson in Foulpoffil; the 4 penny land of YAIRDIE in AULDTOUN occupied by Thomas Niall and William Broun; the 10 penny land of HUNGRICHILL occupied by John Purvance; the 10 penny land at the CHURCH of LOWDOUN sometime occupied by John Patoun and now by William Wilson and (blank) and the 6 penny land there occupied by John Roxburgh, all amounting to half a merkland and lying in the lordship and barony of Lowdoun, bailliary of Cunningham and Sheriffdom of Ayr. GEORGE Nesbit was recognised as nearest heir to HUGH Nesbit, his brother in the above lands and was of full age. He was to given actual sasine of the lands described above.
Written at the Castle of Glasgow and burgh of Edinburgh on the 22 and last days of April 1604 and witnessed by Nigel Montgomerie in Killwyning, Mr Andrew Dalrymple, servitor to the Earl of Lowdoun, Robert Skales, servitor to the Earl of Eglinton and George Campbell, writer in Newmilnes who had written the precept.
Sasine took place on the lands of Dorvell on the 24 May 1604, in presence of Joseph Lockhart, brother german to George Lockhart of Bar, John Findlay in Tring?, James Bordland in Dorvell, James Ralstoun in Newmilnes and Peter Roger in Mauchlane. The Instrument of Sasine was written by Robert Aitkin, notary, clerk of the diocese of Glasgow.


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RS11/3 – Sasine to Robert Nisbit of a half merkland called the Kirkland of Lowdoun (in Latin)
Registered at Irvine on the last day of November 1605, presented by William Montgomerie, depute baillie of Cunningham.
On the 5 October 1605, John Michill, son of Alexander Michill, notary, as attorney for Robert Nisbit in Ridding, heir male of provision to the deceased Hugh Nisbit, his son, presented a precept of sasine which had been granted by Hugh, Earl of Eglinton, superior of the land. Also present was James Johnstoun of Dalley, baillie specially constituted by the Earl. The deceased Hugh Nisbit, son and apparent heir to the said Robert Nisbit, sometime in Hag, had died vest and seised in the Kirklands of Lowdoun which consisted of the 40 penny land of Doravell commonly called Yeards sometime occupied by John Michill and Murdoch Dykes; the 10 penny land of Pilhous sometime occupied by Hugh Thomson in Fulpopill; the 4 penny land of Yeards in Aultoun occupied by Thomas Nicoll; the 10 penny land of Hungrihill occupied by the deceased John Purvance; the 10 penny land of Yeards at the church of Lowdoun occupied by John Patoun and the 6 penny land there sometime occupied by Elizabeth Nasmythe.
The precept was written at Kilwynning on the 4 October 1605 and witnessed by James Hamiltoun of Ardoch, Hugh Montgomerie of Smeithstoun, William Montgomerie and William Galstoun, chamberlains to the Earl of Eglinton
Giving of sasine took place between 2 and 3 in the afternoon in presence of George Campbell, notary in Newmilnes, John (blank) in Craftheid, George Johnstoun, brother to James Johnstoun (who had acted as baillie), John Alexander in Byres of Lowdoun and John Purvance in Hungrihill. The Instrument of Sasine was written by Alexander Mitchell, notary, clerk of the diocese of Glasgow.


Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:37 am
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Instrument of Sasine, presented by Peter Roger in Mauchline, at Irvine on the 8 January 1605
On the 4 December 1601, Alexander Neisbet in Greenholme disponed his 20 shilling lands of Mylrig in the parish of Riccarton, under reversion, to Murdoch Neisbet, brother german of James Neisbet in Trokersyd. The property was then tenanted by Andrew Jamie. Murdoch Neisbet had lent Alexander Neisbet 500 merks. Witnesses to the giving of sasine were Murdoch Neisbet in Feoch, Hugh Patoun in Mylsyd and Peter Robert in Mauchline 11 3 27 Ayr 1599 to 1609


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RS12/3 – Instrument of Sasine to William Neisbit of an annualrent out of the lands of Dalley (in Latin)
Registered at Irvine on the 2 January 1626 by Johne Wilsone, servitor to Thomas Stewart of Galstoun
On the 2 December 1625, William Inglis, merchant in Hamilton, acting as attorney for William Neisbit, son procreated between the deceased John Neisbit in Braidlie and Helen Stewart and George Campbell fiar of Greinokmaynes, baillie, specially appointed by Thomas Stewart of Galstoun met with the notary and witnesses.
The precept of sasine by Thomas Stewart was written on the same day at Newmylnes and witnessed by George Campbell fiar of Greinokmaynes, James Campbell, his brother, Charles Hall, notary in Newmylnes and George Campbell fuller there. In it, William Neisbit was granted an annualrent of 12 merks Scots to be uplifted at two terms of the year, Pentecost and St Martin in winter, out of Thomas Stewart’s two merklands of Stewartie Dalley, lying in the lordship of Galstoun, bailliary of Kylestewart and Sheriffdom of Ayr.
Sasine was then given to William Neisbit who was personally present between 10 and 11 in the morning and witnessed by James Campbell, son of George Campbell in Greinokmaynes, George Campbell fuller in Newmylnes, John Mitchell, merchant in Lokharts Dalley and James Mitchell, servitor to Thomas Stewart of Galstoun. The Instrument of Sasine was written by James Campbell, son of George Campbell


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RS12/4/14 f. 145 (in Latin) – Sasine to Jonet Nisbit of the acres of land in Broomhill
Registered at Irvine on the 26 December 1627 by Hew Wils(oun?)
On the 24 November 1627, Jonet Nisbet, daughter of the deceased Murdoch Nisbet in Foulpoffill presented a charter which had ben granted to her by John Earl of Lowdoun of an equal half of the12 acres of land lying in and around Broomhill which had formerly been annexed to the land of Boghall (see above sasine). In his precept of sasine, he appointed James Johnstoun of Dalloy, baillie (magistrate) of the burgh of Newmylne to act as his baillie to give sasine to Jonet Nisbet. It was written at Ochiltrie on the 23 November 1627 by William Gemmill, notary and witnessed by Mr Adam Cunninghame, Mathew Wilsoun of Spangok, George Dunbar of Knokschinoch and Patrick Craufuird in Cumnok.
Witnesses to the giving of sasine to her were William Gemmill in Garreis, John Lambe there, John Gemmill there, William Russell in Dalvokbank and George Dalzell, servitor to Andrew Wilsoun. The notary was William Gemmill, clerk of the diocese of Glasgow


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RS12/4/8 f.84b (in Latin) – Sasine to James Alexander and Hugh Neisbit of 12 acres of land in Broomhill
Registered by John Kennedy, writer on the 25 April 1627 at Irvine
On the 10 June 1627, on the ground of the land being conveyed, James Alexander in Byre of Lowdoun and Hugh Neisbit in Nevoklaw presented a charter which had been granted to them by John Earl of Lowdoun and Kylesmure of 12 acres of land lying in and around Broomhill which had formerly been annexed to the land of Boghall and pertained to the heirs of William Neisbit. It lay within the liberty of the burgh of Newmylnes, bailliary of Cunninghame and Sheriffdom of Ayr. In his precept of sasine, the Earl had appointed Alexander Neisbit of Greinholme to act as his baillie to give sasine to James Alexander and Hugh Neisbit. It had been written by Charles Hall, notary in Newmylnes on the 9 May 1627 at Castle of Nether Lowdoun and witnessed by David Dunbar of Enterkin, George Campbell and Hugh Wod, servitors of the Earl and John Myller younger (in?) Martinholme.
Witnesses to the giving of sasine to them were James Alexander, son and heir of the said James Alexander, George Neisbit in Dyke, Hugh Neisbit, son of the deceased Andrew Neisbit in Threipwod, Hugh Patoun in Newmylnes and James Maissoun, weaver there. The notary was Charles Hall


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RS12/4 f. 150 – Renunciation Hew Nisbet to James Alexander of his half of the 12 acres in Broomhill (in Old Scots)
Registered at Irvine, 3 January 1628
Hew Nisbet in Nevoklaw had sold his half of the 12 acres of land in Broomhill, annexed to the lands of Broomhall, lying within the liberty and territory of Newmylnes to James Alexander in Byre of Lowdoun . James Alexander had then paid a certain sum of money to William Nisbet in Newmylne, heritable proprietor of the 12 acres and to Murdoch Nisbet in Foulpoffill who held the wadset of them. Hew Nisbet’s Renunciation then follows. It was written by Charles Hall, notary in Newmylnes on the 14 November 1627 at Mauchline and witnessed by Colin Campbell, brother of the Earl of Loudoun, Hector Campbell of Wattersyd, Archibald Lockhart in Halhous and Hew Wood and the said Charles Hall, notaries


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sasine Ayr 14 Aug 1618 Catherine Nisbet Lowdoun married to James Alexander JA in Byre of Lowdoun mention George Nisbet Redding Thomas Nisbet Newmylns and Hugh Nisbet in Kevocklaw


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1619 RS1/4 307(610) Reg 9 Dec 1619 William Nisbet married to Sibilla Mosman son of Alexander Nisbet of Greenholm mentions Land of Tulloch


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