Letter – Hugh Boag to George Ancrum – 11 Jun 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Jun 1737
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: George Ancrum
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Mr Geo Ancrum at Scremerston near Berwick

                                                        Ravensworth Castle  June 11th 1737

Mr Ancrum

	Pray acquaint your Brother that whatever fee farme Rents are payd out of Scremerston that he is not to pay them till they Satisfie us that they put in their Claims at the forfeiture & we are ordered not to pay them till further orders, but what ever Tyth Rents or Moduses if any be payable out of Scremerston they must be punctually payd.  I am for Mr Walton & Selfe Yours etc

      Hugh Boag

Acquaint the other Tennants with this for fear they should pay any outgoings

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