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Land management on the Sutherland estate in the 19th century.

Land management on the Sutherland estate in the 19th century.

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Published by Education Resources Centre in Inverness .
Written in English


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Material expanded and illustrated from study notes compiled for Inverness Field Club excursions.

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Pagination[2],45,[5]p. :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19182048M

  Highland Clearances, the forced eviction of inhabitants of the Highlands and western islands of Scotland, beginning in the mid-to-late 18th century and continuing intermittently into the midth removals cleared the land of people primarily to allow for the introduction of sheep pastoralism. The Highland Clearances resulted in the destruction of the traditional clan society and. 3. Land records often reveal the name of a man's wife. The English common law system of "dower rights" for a widow was followed in the American colonies and continued in most U.S. states well into the 19th Century. Dower rights entitled a widow to 1/3 of her husband's estate upon his death. No written will had to specify that amount.

  Entailment of Property in Early 19th Century England. Posted on February 1, by Land was what made a family part of the aristocracy or gentry. Ownership of land produced an income that was steady, predictable, and recurring. This gave ownership of land a cachet that went beyond ownership of cash or movable goods. A landed estate was. Such documentation extends into the early statehood period, when patents began to be issued in the name of the People of the State of New York, and on into the twenty-first century. Records of land grants for military service during the British colonial and early statehood periods are also present, along with records of conveyances of real.

  Scotland has the most inequitable land ownership in the west. Last month a week of fishing and stalking in Sutherland's Reay forest estate was being offered for £6, management Author: Kevin Mckenna.   Attempts to topple Duke of Sutherland statue blamed for some of the most notorious of the 19th Century Highland Clearances. to make way for sheep on the newly-cleared land. In his book .


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Land management on the Sutherland estate in the 19th century Download PDF EPUB FB2

From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of World War I, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire county of Sutherland as well as a furt acres in by: 4. From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of WWI, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire county of Sutherland as well as a furt acres in England/5(4).

From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of World War I, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire county of Sutherland as well as a furt acres in England.

Annie Tindley. From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of World War I, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire county of Sutherland as well as a furt acres in England.

The Sutherland Estate, [electronic resource]: aristocratic decline, estate management and land reform / Annie Tindley. Main author: Tindley, Annie. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

Highland Estate Management and Mapping: Holdings at Golspie, Sutherland, c–c Annie Tindley and Carolyn J. Anderson The Sutherland estates papers are amongst the most important archival records for nineteenth-century Highland history, providing researchers with a rich repository of information relating to all aspects of Highland life.

This book brings together leading researchers of British and Irish rural history to consider the role of the land agent, or estate manager, in the modern period. Land agents were an influential and powerful cadre of men, who managed both the day-to-day running and the overall policy direction of landed estates.

Estate ownership and management in nineteenth-and early twentieth-century Ireland TerenceA.M. Dooley I.

PRE-FAMINE IRELAND Throughout the nineteenth century in Ireland, landownership was the preserve of a privileged minority. Inthere were an estimated 8, to 10, landed proprietors in a population of around million Size: KB.

Try to find out: the name of the landed estate or seat; names of families that have owned the landed estate; which county the landed estate is in; Until the 19th century, much of the land and property of Britain was vested in the hands of a few hundred or so elite landed families.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in publication data Rodger,Richard. The transformation of Edinburgh:land,property and trust in the nineteenth century / Richard Rodger. Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 0 File Size: KB. More than 1, sheep were stolen on the Sutherland estate in a single year in the early 19th century.: 68 Many forms of resistance were practiced under the table, such as poaching.

After the introduction of watermills at Milton Farm, South Uist, in the early nineteenth century, the tenants continued to hand-grind their grain with : Mostly 18th–19th centuries. Photograph of Shinness Lodge on the Sutherland Estate National Records of Scotland, RHP Further north the Duke of Sutherland sold large tracts of land from onwards.

In he sold grazings and shootings, and angling and salmon rights along the River Naver at Sayer and Skelpick in the parish of Farr.

Under the terms of the marriage contract, control, but not ownership, of the Sutherland estate passed from Elizabeth to her husband for life. The couple also purchased additional land in Sutherland between andso bringing the proportion of the County of Sutherland owned by them to around 63% (as measured by rental value).Born: Elizabeth Sutherland, 24 May.

Typically, over half the farms on the Hengwrt (Meirioneth) estate were below 10 acres in the s, with per cent of the Hawarden (Flint) and Gwynsaney (Denbigh) holdings occupying less than 50 acres, a similar proportion of farms in early 19th-century Glamorgan embracing fewer than acres.

This volume is a study of the Sutherland Estate, one of the most famous landed estates in the Highlands and Britain as a whole, principally for its leading role in the Highland Clearances of the early nineteenth century. Adam, R J “Sutherland Estate Management ”, SHS, Day, J P, “Public Administration in Highlands & Islands of Scotland”, London, Devine, T.M.

“The Great Highland Famine”, John Donald, Finnegan & Drake, “From Family Tree to Family History”,chapter 2. James Loch, the ‘Sutherland Metternich’ was educated at Edinburgh in law, but would carve out a remarkably successful career as an estate manager and MP. He also stood at the head of a noted Loch ‘dynasty’ which remained influential throughout the nineteenth century in the fields of estate management, governance and the military.

The Sutherland Estate, aristocratic decline, estate management and land reform. [Annie Tindley] -- From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of World War I, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire.

The Sutherland estate, for instance, maintained ‘Severall Bows’, National Library of Scotland (hereafter NLS), Sutherland Papers, DEP/ Memorial anent Captaine Ross, A agreement issued by Sir John Campbell of Calder for the ‘bowing and hirding’ of cattle casts further light on the arrangements surrounding by: 6.

The Highland Clearances are a notorious part of Scottish history, but what do most of us really know about them. Most people probably associate the clearances with the aftermath of Culloden, when the Duke of Cumberland and his troops carried out their murderous actions across the highlands, orders which were sanctioned by the Hanoverian/British establishment formed in through the act of.

Dr Annie Tindley, in her book The Sutherland Estate, aristocratic decline, estate management and land reform, tells of estate managers steering the .Sutherland is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area in the Highlands of county town is Dornoch.

Sutherland borders Caithness and Moray Firth to the east, Ross-shire and Cromartyshire (later combined into Ross and Cromarty) to the south and the Atlantic to the north and west. Like its southern neighbour Ross-shire, Sutherland has some of the most dramatic Country: Scotland.The revelation comes in two new books which examine who owns Scotland.

The authors have searched through ancient deeds and estate agents' sales brochures to compile the most detailed picture of.