Testament
of
Henry Dun 1826 - 1853



Ref: SC20/50/25 page 120
Sheriff Court of Fife: Cupar

I Henry Dun presently residing at Grange of Lindores do hereby give and bequeath my whole means heritable and moveable to the parties herein aftermentioned; viz.
To Grace Ballingall Morton residing at Grange, Mrs Margaret Pratt, Bunzion, Mrs Janet Morton, Edinburgh, Mrs Barbra Lawson, Carriston, Mrs Grace Ballingall, Greenock, Mr John Dun, Mr William Dingwall, Ramornie, Mr John Dingwall, Jamaica, Mrs Walter Dingwall, Ingliesmaldie, Miss Margaret Dingwall and Miss Isabella Dingwall both residing at Ramornie, share and share alike of my whole means.
To George Dun, Grange, two shares of the same also the sum of eight pounds four shillings paid out by the said George Dun on my account at the time of my mother's death. This division to take place after payment of my deathbed and funeral expenses; and sums after mentioned:
First proceeds from the sale of the house that belongs to me in Cupar, and second of that sum of one hundred and twenty eight pounds, and other small sums lying in the Western bank in Auchtermuchty. And also I give and bequeath to the said George Dun the smallest chest of linen, the other two chests of linen to be divided equally among the persons after mentioned.
Mrs George Black, Auctermuchty to have the clock, breakfast table, dressing table, and night table, parlor chairs, carpet and old carpet in garnet also all the books in her possession at present.
Janet Black to have the red curtained bed and bedding, the chest of drawers, mahogany looking glass and basin stand.
Mrs Dingwall, Ramornie to have my mother's rings and to have the power to dispose of her wearing apparel.
Mrs Black, Janet Black and Mrs Davidson to be paid the sum of three pounds each. Mrs Pratt to have the table in Mr Honeyman's cloth merchant belonging to me. Robert Lawson, Edinburgh to have the choice of my books in Edinburgh.
And various other household articles to be disposed of as my trustees may think fit.

And I humbly nominate and appoint the said William Dingwall and the said George Dun to be my trustees and to execute my will as above subscribed by me at Grange this sixth day of July eighteen hundred and fifty three.