Hamilton Family fonds
Legal documents relating to various members of the Hamilton family including Lord George Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney. Small file (in drawer 14) includes conservation report, 7 col. photographs of original condition, and photocopy of article by Bradley Cross on the will of Lady Anne Hamilton, 1700, in "Collection Update," 1990.
- Will of Lady Anne Hamilton, 1700 (1 pg.).
- Will of Sir Francis Hamilton (5 pg.).
- Document acknowledging the repayment of £1,050 by Anne Hamilton to the Earl of Orkney, accompanied by a declaration of trust regarding the loan, 1707 (2 pg.).
- Agreement between Hans Hamilton and George the Earl of Orkney, 1707 (1 pg.).
- Document between George Earl of Orkney, Anne Cary and Colonel Hans Hamilton regarding equipment for a foot regiment, 1708 (1 pg.).
- A deed signed by Orkney in 1708 between him and Anne Cary (1 pg.).
- Robert Lord Iveers regarding the foot regiment, 1710 (1 pg.).
- 1718 document detailing the resettlement of the assets of Lord Archibald Hamilton on his marriage to Lady Anne Hamilton, including mortgage on River Wey £1,225 and £2,000 owing from King George for funding of troops (9 pg.).
- Bond of Lord Archibald Hamilton and George Earl of Orkney, 1720 (1 pg.).
- Indenture concerning a debt in 1717 of Mr. & Mrs. Cary to Lord Archibald (1 pg.).
- Grant of Assignment from Sir Robert Thornhill to Lord Archibald Hamilton, 1718 (1 pg.).
- Agreement between Sir Robert Thornhill and 2nd Archibald Hamilton, 1718 (1 pg.).
- Indenture between Lord Arthur Hamilton and Robert Thornhill, witnessed by Richard Cromwell and George Stewart, 1728 (1 pg.).
- Agreement between Lord Archibald Hamilton and Mrs. Letitia Thornhill regarding property and South Sea Stock, 1732 (3 pg.).
- Mortgage between Hon. George Hamilton and Hon. William Earl of Furaiquin?, 1754 (5 pg.).
- Draft deed of apportionment of payments to the Earls of Orkney by Lord Archibald Hamilton, 1707 (3 p.).
- Draft of declaration of trust by the Earls of Orkney for the Lord Archibald Hamilton, 1704 (2 p.).
Approximately 8 cm of textual material