Settling the lands of Letham and Cullelo (Fife) to the Earl of Moray, and a series of heirs, under deeds of entail made by Charles and Francis, Earls of Moray, and vesting in him in lieu the lands of Restalrig (Midlothian) and Aberdour (Fife) Act 1827

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1827 c. 46
ANNO SEPTIMO & OCTAVO
GEORGII IV. REGIS.
Cap.
46.
An Act for settling and securing the Lands of
Letham and Cullelo, in the County of Fife, to and
in favour of Francis Earl of Moray, and the
respective Series of Heirs under Two Deeds of
Entail made by Charles Earl of Moray and
Francis Earl of Moray respectively, and under
the Conditions and Limitations contained therein;
and for vesting in lieu thereof the Lands of Res-
talrig in the County of Mid-Lothian, and the
Mill Lands of Aberdour in the said County of
Fife, in the said Francis Earl of Moray, and his
Heirs and Assignees, in Fee Simple.
[21st June 1827.}
W
HEREAS
Charles
Earl of Moray, now deceased, did by
Deed
of En-
Disposition and Deed of Entail, dated the Nineteenth Day taa^^
of
November,
and recorded in the Register of Taillies the *•**
Eighth Day of
December,
both in the Year One thousand seven
hundred and thirty, give, grant, and dispone to and in favour of
himself,
the said
Charles
Earl of Moray, and the Heirs Male of his
Body; which failing (and in respect Master John Stuart, his imme-
diate younger Brother-german, was then deceased, without lawful
Issue of his Body), to Master
Francis
Stuart,
his only Brother-ger-
man then in Life, and the Heirs Male of his Body; which failing
(and in respect there were no other Heirs Male extant of the Body
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