(To be reported by Lord Gardenston.) Information for William, Charles, Margaret, Charlotte, Thomas, Frances-Laura, George, and Robert Dundases, children procreate of the marriage betwixt Sir Thomas Dundas of Kerse, baronet, and Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam, his wife, and the trustees of the said children, and Robert Bruce, Esq of Kennet, one of the senators of the College of Justice, their tutor ad litem; Mary Dundas, alias Bruce, third daughter of Thomas Dundas of Fingask, and spouse of James Bruce of Kinnaird, James Bruce and Janet-Maitland Bruce, children procreate betwixt the said Mary Dundas and James Bruce, and the said James Bruce of Kinnaird, for himself and for his interest, and as administrator in-law for his said children, defenders; against Sir Thomas Dundas of Kerse, baronet, pursuer [electronic resource].

Dundas, William, fl. 1783.
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1783]
Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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Inheritance and succession -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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Dundas of Aske, Thomas Dundas, Baron, 1741-1820.
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