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Page 273
Att Dundie the second day of September the Zeir of God Jajvj fyftie and fyv zeiris

Quhilk day Comperit Androw Toische son to Etyler macbene alias macckenfoirsche Maltman burges of Dundie in prence of Charles Alison present Deacone of ye hamerman Craft of ye said brugh And ye greatest pairt of ye remnant bretherine of ye said craft Convened for ye tyme to the effect underwritine And become ane frie prentis & servant to Thomas Hendersone Saudlair burges of Dundie in presnce of Charles Alisone present Deacone of ye hamerman Craft of ye said brug And ye greatiest pairt of ye remanent brethrine of ye said craft Convened for ye tyme to the effect underwritinie And become ane fri prentice & Servant to Thomas Hendersone Saidlair burges of Dundie And forsaid craft for the space of five Compleat zeirs and ane zeir efter for meatt & fie And the said Androw Toishe gaift his oath of veritie & fidelitie Conforme ye ordour of Hammerman Craft in presence of ye sd deacon & counsel yrof And ye most pairt of ye remanent brethren of ye samen Convened for the tyme And Act an Instrument takin upon the premises.

Androw Toishe
At Dondi the twenty nyn day of Septembre the zeir of God 1655 zeiris

Quhilk day comperit John Wast son lauful to Denanast brenoir in heyrinth in the presens of Dekon Mores Dikin to the hamirmam craft of the said brouch and the gratist pert of the remnent brethrin of the said craft convened for the tym to the effect onderwrotin and becom ane fri prentis and servant to Hendrie Marling clck Smith in Dondi and his forseid craft for the spes of sevein complit zyeris and terms and the said John Wast gives his oth of veriti and fidelity conform to the order of the hamirman craft in presens of the forsaid remanant brithers of the saym convinid for the tym and ane act of instrument tekin upon the premises

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John Wast


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At Dundie the 23 Day of Agoust the zeir of God 1656

Which Day comperit Gorg Wilson son Lauful to Thomas Wilson penthrire in colm of boyne in presens of the said broth and the gretor pert of the remnant brethrin of the said Craft convened for the tym to the efeck underwritten and becom ane fri prentis and servant to Robert Hamilton pouterir in Dondi and his forsaid craft for the spes of 5 complit zeres and ane zeir herefter for mit and fei confor to the order of the hamerman craft in the presens of the forsaid Deicken and ane the Counsil and the most pert of the remnant brethren of samin convinid for the tym and ane act of Instrament upon the premis

Georg Wilson
We the full body of the hamerman traid finding this Gorg Wilsone guiltie of ane great fault qll was never practised befor by any prentisse and the fault is for disobeying the Comandement of God that is to say Thou sall not Steall and this forsaid Gorg Wilson have stollen away his Indentur from Robert Hamiltone his Master and efter he Comitted such ane fault did rune away from his Masters service. Therfor it is apoynted by the traid this man befor he entered free Master that he sall pay tuentie pund to the traid and give satisfactione to his Maater this is done and written qyon the 19 day of Maij 1660.

Robert Hamiltonn Decan

Androu Tailour Page 275
Att Dundie the 7 of May 1657

Whilk Day Compeirit Jhone Andersone Lawful son to Jhon Andersone mariner burges of Dundie. In presence of Androu Tailor Deacune of the hamerman Craft of the said brugh and the greatest pairt of the remanent brethren of the said Craft conveined for the tyme to the effect underwritten and became ane frie prentice and Servant to Gilbert Doge hamarman & burges of Dundie and his forsaid Craft for the speace of five years as prentice and ane year further for meat and fie acostomat onforme to the Indentur thereanent presently meid thereanent. And the said Jhon Andersone gave his oathe of verittie and fedilittie Conform to the order of the hamermen craft In presence of the said Deacone & Counsell therof & the most pairt of the remnant brethren of the asmen Conveynend for the tyme And Act ane Instrument taken upon the premisse.

John Anderson
We the full body of the hamermen traid fynding this John Andersone guiltie of ane great fault Qhlk was never practised befor by any prentice and the fawlt is for disobeying the Commandment of god that is Thou Salt Not Steall and this forsaid Jhon Andersone hath stollen away his Indenter q[uhi]lk his master did receave of him and his Masters nam was Gilbert Dae And this John Andersone Comitting sutch ane fawlt was Complayt upon to the traid q[uhil]k they have and ordained him to mak payment befor he be entered frie Master to the traid the some of tuentie pound Scotts money this is actid wpon the tuentie day of Maij 1660

Robert Hamiltton Deacon

Antdrowe Tailewr
Page 277
Att Dundie the 12 of June 1660

Whilk day Conmperiett James Knyght Lawful sone to Gilbert Knight Indweller in the paross of Murrosse. In presence of Robert Hamiltone present Deacone of the hamermen traid of the brugh of Dundie and the greatest pairt of the remanant Brethren of the said Craft Conveineed for the tyme to the effect underwretten and becam ane frie orentice and servant to Jhone Gilbert Armourer & burges of Dundie and his forsaid Craft for the space of five yeares as prentice and ane year therafter for meat and fie Acostomat Confirm to the Indentur thereanent presently mead thereanent and the said James Knight gave his Oath of veritie and fedilittie Comforme to the order ot the hamermen Craft In presence of the forsaid Deacone and Counsall of the samen Convened for the tyme and Act and Instrument taken upone promisse.

James Knight
Att Dundie the fyft day of March 1661

Whilk day comperitt William Watt Laufull sone to Jhnoe Wat Indweller In Tilliboltone. In presence of Robert Hamiltone present deacone of the hamermen traid of the brugh of Dundie and the greatest pairt of the remanent brethren of the said Craft Conveined for the tyme to the effect underwritten and became ane frie prentis and servant to Androu Watt Cutler and freemane of the hamermen traid for the speuce of sex years Completely to be servit by the forsaud William Watt Conforme to the Indenturs thereanent presently mad by theranent. And the said William Watt gave his oath of verittie and fedelittie Comfirme to the Order of the hamerman Craft in the presence of the forsaid Deacane and Counsall therof and the most pairt of the remanent brethren of the samen Convened tor the tyme. And act and Instrument taken qpon primiss qll I subscryve

William Wat
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Att Dundie the 7 of May 1657

Whilk Day Compeirit Jhone Andersone Lawful son to Jhon Andersone mariner burges of Dundie. In presence of Androu Tailor Deacune of the hamerman Craft of the said brugh and the greatest pairt of the remanent brethren of the said Craft conveined for the tyme to the effect underwritten and became ane frie prentice and Servant to Gilbert Doge hamarman & burges of Dundie and his forsaid Craft for the speace of five years as prentice and ane year further for meat and fie acostomat onforme to the Indentur thereanent presently meid thereanent. And the said Jhon Andersone gave his oathe of verittie and fedilittie Conform to the order of the hamermen craft In presence of the said Deacone & Counsell therof & the most pairt of the remnant brethren of the asmen Conveynend for the tyme And Act ane Instrument taken upon the premisse.

John Anderson
We the full body of the hamermen traid fynding this John Andersone guiltie of ane great fault Qhlk was never practised befor by any prentice and the fawlt is for disobeying the Commandment of god that is Thou Salt Not Steall and this forsaid Jhon Andersone hath stollen away his Indenter q[uhi]lk his master did receave of him and his Masters nam was Gilbert Dae And this John Andersone Comitting sutch ane fawlt was Complayt upon to the traid q[uhil]k they have and ordained him to mak payment befor he be entered frie Master to the traid the some of tuentie pound Scotts money this is actid wpon the tuentie day of Maij 1660

Robert Hamiltton Deacon

Antdrowe Tailewr
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Att Dundie the 12 of June 1660

Whilk day Conmperiett James Knyght Lawful sone to Gilbert Knight Indweller in the paross of Murrosse. In presence of Robert Hamiltone present Deacone of the hamermen traid of the brugh of Dundie and the greatest pairt of the remanant Brethren of the said Craft Conveineed for the tyme to the effect underwretten and becam ane frie orentice and servant to Jhone Gilbert Armourer & burges of Dundie and his forsaid Craft for the space of five yeares as prentice and ane year therafter for meat and fie Acostomat Confirm to the Indentur thereanent presently mead thereanent and the said James Knight gave his Oath of veritie and fedilittie Comforme to the order ot the hamermen Craft In presence of the forsaid Deacone and Counsall of the samen Convened for the tyme and Act and Instrument taken upone promisse.

James Knight
Att Dundie the fyft day of March 1661

Whilk day comperitt William Watt Laufull sone to Jhnoe Wat Indweller In Tilliboltone. In presence of Robert Hamiltone present deacone of the hamermen traid of the brugh of Dundie and the greatest pairt of the remanent brethren of the said Craft Conveined for the tyme to the effect underwritten and became ane frie prentis and servant to Androu Watt Cutler and freemane of the hamermen traid for the speuce of sex years Completely to be servit by the forsaud William Watt Conforme to the Indenturs thereanent presently mad by theranent. And the said William Watt gave his oath of verittie and fedelittie Comfirme to the Order of the hamerman Craft in the presence of the forsaid Deacane and Counsall therof and the most pairt of the remanent brethren of the samen Convened tor the tyme. And act and Instrument taken qpon primiss qll I subscryve

William Wat
Page 278
Att Dundie the 8 day of November 1661

Whilk day comperet John Ferchar lawfull son to Alex Ferchar in Dundie who in presenc of John Robert present Deacon of ye hamermen trad of the said brugh of Dundie with the consent of the most part of the said trad convenit for the sam of act at the sam tyme underwriten the same John Farcher becam ane frie prentis and servant to James Smith hamerman & burges of the said brugh and tha for the spac of eight compleit yeirs as prenttise and ane yeir for meit and fie it the can asaine according to the said entres mad betwixt them geraneut and the said John Fercher gav his oath of veritie and fidelitie comforme to the order of the hamermen tred In presenc of the forsaid Deacon John Robert and the remanent brethren Conveid for the tyme and act and in itrament (illegible) the premis

John Farcher
Att Dundie the 16 November 1661

Quhilk day compeired Androw Tyller laufull son to Thomas Tyller in Dundie who in presence of John Herbert present Deacon of the Hammermen trad of the said brugh of Dundie with the consent of the most part of the said trad convened for the sam effect at the sam tyme. The said Andow Tyller becam and frie prenteis and servant to Andrew Tyller Hammerman sometym Deacon of the hammermen trad burges of the said brugh and the said prenteis is to serv six yeirs and ane yeir mair besuixt theranent and the said Andrew gav his Oath of veritie and fiddelitie conform to the order of the Communionn ans in presence of the forsaid Deacon John Herbert and the remanent brethren yr conveneit for the tyme and act and Instrument taken vpon the prentise.

Andron Taylour
Page 279
At Dundie 18 day of November 1662

Whilk day Hendrie Rattray sone to Jhon Rattray of Borland in Stiathearll inch In presence presence of Jhon Robbert present Deacon of the Hammermen traid of the said brugh of Dundie with the consent of the most pairt of the said traid convened for ye same effect at the sam tyme underwritten. The said Hendrie becom ane frie prentise and servant to Thomas Hendersone hameerman and said her burges of the said brugh and that for the speace of five Compleit yeirs and ane year for meat and fie Conform to the Indenture mead thereanent. And the said Hendrie hath given his Oath of verrittie and fidelittie Conform to Order of the hamermen traid In presence of ye forsaid Deacon Jhon Gilbert and the remanent brethren Convened for the tym and Act and Intestimont taken myon the promisse


At Dundie the 17 day of Desember 1664 years

Whilk day compeirit in presence of Thomas Henderson present Deacon of the Hammermen William Smyth blacksmith hail ane aprentis entered wyof name was Robert Mathew son to Georg Mathew in brechene who hes become prenteis to the said williame Smyth for the space of five compleit zears according to the indenture mad at binell and mad his is vow before the Deacone & Trade convenit togidder the same and hes given his oath if fidelitie and verity to be ane dutifull prentis and servant to his Master and this I do subscribe with my hand Day and dait forsaid.

Robert Mathew
Page 280
Wpon the 14 Day of September 1667

The qlk day in presence of Thomas Lyndsay pnt Deacon of the Hammermen Trade of Dundie Patrick McIntosh laull sone to umqll Patrick McIntosh of Cambb this day entered orentice to Sadler Trade to hendrie Ratray ane frie Member of the said craft and particulary to the said Patrick was admitted by ye Craft to his said maister who gave is faithfull promise to be obedient to his maister anf faithful to his Trade to be prentice for the space of five Zears contained in the Indentor durine my lerning his maister and is five rears prentice and one for meat and fie subscrived be meand followes in presence of the craft day as foresaid,

Patrick McIntoshe
Upon the 2 Novr 1668

The qlk day in psnce of Rot Hamilton Deacone of the Hammermen Trade of Dundie togr with the counsel and whole Trade Compeared George Shuster and entered himself prentise to Henrie Binston and promised fidelitie both to his maister and Deacone and whole Trade both to his maister and deacone and whole Trade being by Indenture bound five zeers prentice and one zeir for meat and fie. Which is subscribed be William Crauford Clerk to ye said Trade day forsaid at Comand of the hand of the said Ceorg Fluter in the pnct of ye said Trade.

Georg Fluester
Page 281
Upon ye 26 of Novr 1670

The whild day in presence of Andrew Watt Deacone the hammermen Trade of Dundie togitter with the counsel & whole Trade Compeired Patrak Robsone lyineing elliyn in Laime is become frie prentise to John Robertson Armorer for the space of sex compleat zaires and ane zeir heirafter for meat and fie as his Indentour of ot self beares and gave his oath & faaithful promise to be obedient to his maister and faithful to his Deacon & Trade during his said tyme. Patrik Robtsone


On the 27 December 1670

The qlk day in presence of Andrew Wat present deacone of ye Hammermen Trade of Dundie and Cutler in the said Trade Compeared Duncan Stewart laull son to John Stewart of Deulie and was receasve Prentiss to the said Deacon to be taught and instructed in the said Trade as prentise to him who hes promised in he presence of thew hole Trade to be faithfull to his forsaid Maister as ane honest prenstise for the space of five Zears and one zear for meat and fie for which the said prentise have given his opath in presence of the whole tadeaccording to act and subt with his hand as follows.

Eduncan Stewart.
Upon the 19 day of November 1673

The wlk day in presence of William Smyth present Deacon of the Hammermen Trade of Dundie.

Compeared David Maxwell laull sone to umql Thomas Maxwell in ye paroch of Tilling and entered himself prentis to Richard Cock Blacksmith and free master in ye said Trade who his promised fidelitie to his said Maister and the said Richard Cock is teach him in intill soe points of his Calling and Trade as and soe Lyes in his power and for such form for dentt of his prentise for the space of five compleet years and year for meat and fie and hath given his oath in presence of said craft and irto his mark heretro under the Clerk of ye Trades hand.

D M


David Maxwals Mark above
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On the 13th November 1680

The qlk day in presence of Robert Hamilton present Deacon of the hammerman Trade of Dundie and his counsel and whole representatives of Trade compeared John Davidson and entered himself aprentise for five complete yeares according to the termes of his Indenter the Blacksmith to John Ouar Blacksmith who hath given his oath of fidelitie and honestie to his said Master in all things lall according as ane honest prentice and servand to the said Maister and to God and the comp and Deacon of Trade which I subscrive with my hand in presence of the Trade Day and Date forsaid.

John Adamson

William Craufurd

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At Dundie the fyfth day of December 1696 years

The qlk day in presence of George Ramsay present Deacon of the Hambermen craft of Dundie and remanent brethren and Members of the sd craft. compeared George McKenzie son to James McKenzie in ye parochin of Kirburgt haell and entered himself prentise to Donald Corbet blacksmithfor the space of five years and ane year for meat and fie according to the former Acts made in this locked book who hath given his Oath of Fidelitie to his sd Master and Deacon and brethren of Craft. In witness qrof the sd prentise hes subt thir presents place day moneth and year of God first above writtin

George McKenzie
At Dundie the twenie fifth day of November 1701 years

The qlk day in presence of George Smith present deacone of the Hamberman craft of Dundie & remanent brethren & members of the sd craft. compeared Thomas Stewart Son to Duncan Stewart in Litle Dunkeld and was entered prentise to David Myles yoer blacksmith for the space of five years according to the former acts made in this book hath given his Oath of Fidelitie to his sd Master and Deacon & brethren of craft. In Witness qrof the sd prentise hath subt thir presents place day monthe & year of God first immediatelie above written.

De mandato dicti Thomae Stewart scribero nescien’ ut asserint’ (manucalamum tangen’) ego Jacobus ? notar’ publicus ac clericus dicti pro illo subscriboJa[cobus] ?

(By the mandate of the said Thomas Stewart, who knows not the art of writing and thus has asserted that by his hand I James (surname indistinct) Notary Public and Clerk on his behalf do now subscribe (signed) James (?). (This suggests that the Clerk would have earlier obtained a mandate from Tom marked with his mark/cross)

Att Dundie the thirty day of Januarie jajvij & thrie years

The qlk day in pnce of George Ramsay pnt Deacon of the Hamberman craft of Dundie & yr remanent brethren of the sd craft. Compeared Thomas Muir Lafull son to umqll Thomas Muir in Buckhaven & was entered prentise to James Milne Blacksmith for the space of six years according to the former acts made in this Book & the sd prentis have given his Oath of fidelitie to the sd Master & Deacon & brethren of craft. In Witness yrof the sd prentise hes subt thir pnts place day month & year of God immediatelie above wrtn.

Ja Paterson
Page 285
Att Dundie the thirtie day of May jajvij & four years

The qlk day in presence of George Ramsay pnt Deacone of the Hamberman craft of Dundie and remanent brethren of the said Burgh. Compeared Alex Raitt lawl son to umqll Mr Robert Rait one of the Ministers of Dundie and was entered a frie Apprentice to Mr Robert Whyte Knocksmith & Watchmaker for the ordinar tyme conforme to the Acts made in this Trade and the said Aprentice hes given him faithful promise to his Master & Deacon of craft (he not being capible to give his Oath in regard of his minoritie). In virtue yrof ye said prentice hes subs thir pnts place date moneth & year of God forsd.

Alexander Raitt
At Dundie the fifteen Day of December jajvij and fifteen years

Which day in presence of Henry Smith present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade in Dundie and remanent Members of the said Incorporation. Compeared Andren Smith son to Mungall Thomas Smith in Clepingtonne and was entered and admitted a free Apprentice to the said Henry Smith Deacon as Blacksmith for the ordinary space and time conform to the Act made in this Book. And the said Apprentice has given his faithfull promise to his Master and remanent Members of Trade that he shall observe the whole statutes made or to be made anent free Apprentices of the said Trade. in Witness whereof the said Andren Smith has subscribed these pnts Place Day moneth and Year of God forsd.

Andren Smith
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Att Dundee the Twenty Seventh day of February Seventeen hundred and seventy years

Which day In presence of William Kinnear present Deacon to the Hammerman Trade of Dundee and Remanent Members & Brethren of the said Trade Compeared personally Patrick Gibson son to John Gibson Tenant in Erroll And was entered a free Apprentice as a Blacksmith to John Will Hammerman in Dundee for the years mentioned in the Indenture entered into betwixt them produced to the said Trade. And that Conform to the Acts and Statures made by the Hammerman Trade Recorded in this Book. The said Apprentice had given his faithfull Promise to his Master and the Deacon an other Members of the Trade Convened That he shall Observe the whole Statutes made or to be made by the said Hammerman Trade anent free apprentices. And has subscribed these presents in face of the Trade. Place and date above.

Patrick Gibson
inserted here among the apprentices by mistake.
Page 287
At Dundee the third day of August One thousand seven hundred & Eighty seven years

Which day In presence of Alexander McLagan acting Deacon to the Hammerman Trade of Dundee and the remanent Members & brethren of the said Trade. Compeared John Paterson lawful son of the deceased John Paterson Weaver at Scouring burn and was entered a Coppersmith in Dundee for the years mentioned in the Indenture entered into between them & produced to the Trade And that conform to the Acts & Statutes made by the Trade recorded in this book. The said John Paterson having been a Burser in Rogers Mortification in this Burgh & paid Trade Ten shillings sterling as the dues for entering him a free Apprentice. And he has also given his promise to his Master and the Deacon & other Members of the Trade convened That he shall observe the whole statutes made or to be made by the Hammerman Trade anent free apprentices And has subscribed these presents in face of the Trade place & date as above.

John Patterson
At Dundee the Third day of August Eighteen hundred and Four years Which day ion presence of James Gellatly presents Deacon to the Hammerman Trade of Dundee and remanent Members and brethren of the said Trade. Compeared personally David Thomson Smith in Fowles and was admitted and received a free member as a farrier and Shoer of Horses in the said Burgh. Both he and his Representatives and free apprentices after him being burgesses as use is the said David Thomson has given his Oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form and subscribed these presents in face of the Trade place and date as above. Da Thomson
Note: This will be found among the free Masters of the proper date having been Page 288
At Dundee the thirteenth day of October One thousand eight hundred and nineteen years

Thomas Ivory present Deacon and David Currance present Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Miln lawful son of Robert Miln Manufacturer in Dundee was entered a free Apprentice in the Hammerman Trade as a Clock and Watchmaker on production to the Hammerman Trade now assembled of an Indenture entered into between him and William Young Clockmaker in Dundee for the space of five years from the Seventh day of October eighteen hundred & eighteen dated the thirtieth day of January last. The said John Miln having paid the Boxmaster Three pounds three shillings Sterling as the dues of Booking him a free Apprentice and given his promise to his Master, the Deacon & other Members of the Trade now convened that he shall observe the whole Statutes made or to be made by the Hammerman Trade anent free apprentices. And has subscribed these presents along with the Deacon and Boxmaster.


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