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20 May1881
exact date of 20 of May 1881
day of the month 20 May 1881
calendar day - 05 of May year - 1881
month of Maydecade of the 1880s.
1800s century

To: Gibson and Strathern
12 Charlotte Street, Edinburgh.

From: John C. Brodie
5 Thistle Street, Edinburgh.


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Dear Sirs

Referring to our calls for you in June of last year and a few days ago we have been asked by Mrs Sutherland of London who is a daughter of Mr John Wilson Cammchasl who in married Mrs Alison C Stewart daughter of the late Charles Stewart of Duneam to obtain for her certain information with reference to the estate left by her sister Miss Mary Erkins Camichasl who died in April of Mrs Sutherland has been appointed Executive to her sister and before taking out letters of Administration she requires exhibition of the following deeds in order that she may

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whether and if so to what extent her sister had an interest under them viz

A deed poll or other interview deed of settlement excuted by Charles Stewart of Duneam her Grand father

The will of the said Charles Stewart

The will of Mrs Mary Erskme or Stewart daughter of Dr John Erskin of Carmock and wife of the said Charles Stewart

The Wills of David Erskin of Carmock Mrs Sutherland Grand Uncle and of his three sisters


Any other deeds of papers relating to the Stewarts of Dunearn or Erskines of Carnnock under which Mrs Sutherland has an interest

We understand from you that some of these documents are in your Aristoty but that you decline to

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or lend them except on the understanding that the information which we might derive from them is not to be used against your Client Mrs Sutherland is disposed to agree to your condition but you will kindly in form us precisely who are the clients to whom you thus refer and you will quite understand that Mrs Sutherlands acquiescence is not to bar her claim to any provisions or rights which may belong to her under the deeds or otherwise

We shall therefore be obliged if you will be kind enough to lend us such of the above mentioned documents as are in your possession and we will undertake to return them to you within a reasonable time

Mrs Sutherland is anxious to

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get her sister estate wound up and we hope that you can give this matter early attention

We are dear Sirs
Yours Faithfully
John C Brodie & Sons

Misters Gibson & Strathern
WS Charlotte

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