NameLaird Henry LEITH Of Barnes , M
Birth PlaceBarnes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Death Datebef 1469
Death PlaceBarnes, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
FatherBaron Norman LEITH Of Barnes , M (~1402-)
Spouses
Marr Dateabt 1438
ChildrenWilliam , M (~-)
Notes for Laird Henry LEITH Of Barnes
Henry Leith of Barnes

- In 1430, Henry Leith (not then designated of Barnes) is on the Jury at the inquisition of David de Bosville.
- Henry Leith of Barnes, May 4, 1440, grants for the safety of his own soul and that of his wife Mariotte Stewart, certain annual returns to the Altar of St. Lawrence and St. Ninian in the church of St. Nicholas.
- In 1441, he gives two merks from the Galcroft, lying on the northern side of the Castlehill; also an annual return from certain burgage lands, in perpetual charity to God and the Blessed Virgin Mary, for ane caplain to celebrate at the Altar of St. Lawrence for the safety of his soul and that of William de Cadiou.
- He also in the same year makes other donations.

He married Mariotte Stewart, as mentioned above, and had issue a son, William.

He died before 1469, as in that year his son, probabily, is found Laird of Barnes.

Source: THANAGE OF FERMARTYN, by Rev. William Temple, M.A., F.S.A. Scot., Aberdeen, 1894, p. 32-33.
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Henry Leith
(Norman3,Laurence2, (William1) was born in Barns

He married Mariette Stewart.

        child of Henry Leith and Marriette Stewart is:
      i.William Leith,1469.

More about Henry Leith: of Barns, Auchleven, Ardeen & Mill of Harlaw

Source: Electric Scotland - http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/htol/leith4.html
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Notes for Mariette (Spouse 1)
Henry Leith of Barnes, May 4, 1440, grants for the safety of his own soul and that of his wife Mariotte Stewart, certain annual returns to the Altar of St. Lawrence and St. Ninian in the church of St. Nicholas. ...

He married Mariotte Stewart, as mentioned above, and had issue a son, William.

He died before 1469, as in that year his son, probabily, is found Laird of Barnes.

Source: THANAGE OF FERMARTYN, by Rev. William Temple, M.A., F.S.A. Scot., Aberdeen, 1894, p. 32-33.
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