Protocol Book of Gavin Ros,
N.P. (1512-1532); Ayrshire
(LDS film# 0844773)
3 jan 1513
Andrew Logan, ballie, mentioned in Sassine.
_______ Logan, witness
Andrew Logan, "cousin to the said John McAdam (MacAdam)"
28 sep 1514
Alexander Logane, of Flat
Patrick Logan, son and heir apparent of said Alexander
3 jan 1514
"Instrument narrating that Alexander
Logan, of Flat, superior of the lands, being personally on the lands of
Vuer (Over) Dermoloch, passed to the principal mansion of the same, and
gave sasine of the 6s. lands of Vuer Dermoloch, to Jonet Lynsay,
daughter of the late John Lynsay of Glenmuir, upon which George Farchar
(Farquar), uncle of said Jonet, in her named asked Instruments.
Done 3 jan 1514, Witness, Hew Spottiswood, Alexander Farchar,
George Schanks, William Bard, John Patton, Qintin Lindsay and John
"Instrument narrating that
John Logane of Garthconall straitly obligated himself, his heirs,
executors and assignees to relieve and keep scathless (John) Hamilton
of Bardowy concerning the heads in a certain contract betreen the said
John Logane, on one part, and Mariota Blacader and David Forsytht, her
(spouse?), on the other part, by virtue of which contract John Logane
is straitly obligated to infeft Walter Logan, his son and heir
apparent, whom failing, Robert Logan, whom failing, John Logan, anf
Elizabeth Forsytht, spouse of the said Walter, or of Robert or of John,
and failing the said Elizabeth by decease, Alenos (Alison?) Blacader,
or failing her, Elene Blacader, daughter of Adam, conjunctly, in
conjunct in feftment as the manner is, in the ?? merk 6s. 8d. lands of
Canfell, and the 50s. lands of Balquhynnyn: for which infefment John
Hamiltone became cautioner and surety, as narrated in the
contract. Done in the chamber of Mr. Robert Hamilton, rector of
Covington....August 1515. Witnesses: Mr Robert Hamilton, rector
of Covington, Mr. John Reid, vicar of Campsie, Walter Calbreth and
Patrick Logan, on behalf of Alexander Logan, his father
9 nov 1515
"Instrument narrating that John Leth,
possesor of an 8s. 4 1/2d. land of Logan, commonly called the Treis,
duly warned, compeared in the parish church of Cumnock, and there
received from Alexander Logane, proprietor of the lands, 40 pounds, of
which sum he holds himself entirely satisfied, and discharges the said
Alexander, his heirs, &c. After the delivery and receipt of
the money, John Leth resigned all right or claim he had in the lands in
the hands of George Craufurd of Lafinoris as in the hands of his
immediate superior of the lands. After which George C. resigned
the said lands of Treis into the hands of the said Alexander Logan as
in the hands of ..... principal and proprietor of the lands.
Dated 9 nov 1515."
"Instrument narrating the Alexander
(Logan of) Flat required Nicholas Logane of (Auch)ingibbert to pay him
the sum of 10 pounds promised to Alexander by Nicholas to release the
merkland of Treis, but Nicholas refused to pay said sum, asserting that
he did not owe it. Done in the hall of Cumnok....December
1515. Witnesses: Mr. Thomas Campbell, rector of Cumnok, Allan
Cathcart of Waterhead, ..... Hog of Barshar, Patrick Blak of Templand
and Richard Smith and others."
29 dec 1515
Alexander Logan of Flat and Overlogane gave sassine to Patrick Logan,
his son and heir-apparent and Isobella.... his spouse
11 mar 1515
"Instrument narrating that John
(Logan) of Gartconall, ballie in that part of John, Earl of Lennox,
having a precept under the Earl's seal, gave sasine and posssession of
the 9 pounds lands of Auchinhowy, Dowane, Blarskaith, Brankelt and
Ballinker, to Colin Campble, in terms of a charter of new infeftment
made by the Earl thereupon, Done on the ground of the lands of
Auchinhowy at the principal mansion of the same. Dated 11 march
1515. Witnesses: John Logan, John McIldownie, Thomas (Campbell),
Alexander Campbell and Robert Campbell."
4 apr 1516
Mentions the late .... Logan of Balwey.
Andrew Logane mentioned in an agreement.
11 jan 1516
"Instrument narrating that Patrick
Logane asked from Anrew Logane a copy of (a precept) of the king,
raised upon Alexander Logan of the Ilk and Jonet Auchin(lek), (his
spouse?). Andrew asserted that he would give a copy
of the precept, not assigning a term for receiving it. At the
church of Cumnok, 11 jan 1516. Witnesses: Robert Hamilton, John
Hog .....Walker, George Ross."
4 jul 1518
"Instrument to the effect that Mr. Thomas Campble, rector of Cumnok,
commissary in that part, of Andrew, Archbishop of St. Andrews, legate,
in terms of the latter's letters directed to him, actually dispensed
with (Sir) John Reid *(chaplain/vicar of Campsie?) and Margaret Logan,
their relation in four degrees of affinity, and legitimated their
children. Done at Cumnok, 4 jul 1518. Witnesses: Sir Thomas
Crauford, Patrick Brown and George Brown."
Appears to be related to James Reid, Andrew Reid (son
is William), John Reid, Marlota Reid and Alexander Reid.
21 sep 1518
Andrew Logan mentioned (living).
Andrew Logan mentioned
as "procurator" to Thomas McNely.
23 may 1520
Andrew Logan mentioned. Katrine Logane, spouse to Nicholas
Dregarne mentioned. Katrine probably daughter to Andrew.
11 sep 1520
John Logan of Balvey mentioned (living??).
9 feb 1521
"Instrument narrating that Andrew
Logan of Drummolothe renounced the cause and plea moved between him and
Alexander Logan of Flat and Patrick Logane, his son and heir-apparent,
as to the two-merks lands of Auchingibbert and Corslare of letters of
obligation and tack of the same..... Done at the church of
Cumnok. 9 feb 1521. Witnesses: Mr. George Dalyell, Sir
Thomas Crauford, Sir John Eglintoun, chaplain, Andrew Campbell, Patrick
Blek and Hugh Crauford."
2 aug 1522
"Instrument narrating that
Jonet Auchinlek, relict of the late Andrew Logan of Brunehill,
conststuted and named Andrew Auchinlek, George Auchinlek, and James Auchinlek of Campnay her lawful assignees in and to
the ward and marriage of George Logan, son and heir of the late Anrew
Logan, according to letters of tack made to her by James Dunbar of
Cumnok, transferring all her right to the assignees, promising to hold
from what they may do. Done at the church of Cumnok. 2 aug
1522. Witnesses: (Sir Thomas Campbell), rector of Cumnok, Sir
Andrew Kar, chaplain, and Patrick Blak."
8 sep 1527
Mentions Cuthbert Logan.
Mentions Margaret Logan, relict of david Fultoun.
"parishioners of the parish of Auchinlek"
3 apr 1529
Mentions Loganstoun (a property or estate), Partick Broun and Cristina
Logan, his spouse.
4 apr 1529
Mentions Andrew Logan as procurator for William Campble and Marion
Campble. Done at Cumnok.
30 jun 1529
Mentions Patrick Broun and Christina Logan, his spouse.
Lands in Barlanathane. Andrew Broun.
Mentions Patrick Logan of that Ilk, Alexander Logan (of or in) Flat,
Andrew Logan in Auchingibbert, Partick Broun (Cristina Logan, his
spouse), John Logan, Jonet Auchinlek (relict of Andrew Logan of
Brunehill), Andrew Logan, Jonet Logan in ...., all parishioners of
28 mar 1531
"Instrument narrating that Hugh
Campble of Lowdoun required Andrew Logan, personally apprehended, to
compear at the church of the parish of Lowdoun on 25 may next, to
receive there the sum of 40 merks money for redemption of the lands of
Sandehill in Martname, according to letters of reversion by Andrew
Logan to Hugh Campble. At the parish church of Cumnok. 28
mar 1531. Witnesses: George Campbell, Patrick Logan, and
Murdoch Nisbett, N.P."
25 may 1531
(See 28 mar 1531) Patrick Broun (spouse, Christina Logan)
receives money on behalf of Andrew Logan. Done in church of
Cumnok. Witnesses: George Ross and Andrew Broun.
jul or aug
1531 (in very bad condition)
Mentions Patrick Logan of that Ilk and Andrew Logan as witnesses.
Done in Barlanathan.
Protocol Book of John Foular, (1500-1503);
(LDS film# 0844780)
1501 or 1502
William Logan listed as witness. Done in Edinburgh.
(Very interesting entry. Involved: Sir Robert Levingston of Drumry,
knight, Matthew, earl of Lennox, and Lord Darnley.
1502 or 1503
William Shaw of Polkemmet offered himself to enter ..... Logane as his
pledge before the Justiciar: and because they did not call him, he
protested that henceforth he should be quit: Witnesses: the lord Gray,
justiciar, Mr. Thomas Alane, James Henrison, James Logan and
Protocol Book of Sir
John Cristisone, (1518-1551); Aberdeenshire
(LDS film# 0844780)
NO Logans mentioned