__ | _James DOCHERTY _____| | (1872 - 1919) m 1888| | |__ | | |--William DOCHERTY | (1888 - 1931) | __ | | |_Grace DICK _________| (1872 - 1919) m 1888| |__
 Marriage witnesses: James Docherty & Catherine L. H. Barron
_James HUNTER _______ | (1747 - ....) m 1769 _Andrew HUNTER ______| | (1779 - 1856) m 1800| | |_Isabella FRASER ____+ | (1747 - ....) m 1769 | |--James HUNTER | (1802 - 1893) | _____________________ | | |_Janet PATERSON _____| (1779 - 1846) m 1800| |_____________________
 Cause of death: Old Age. Informant: James Hunter, Grandson, not present Still employed as colliery oversman at the age of 88!
At Alloa the twentieth day of November eighteen hundred and ninety three years.
In presence of John McKie Lees Esquire Advocate Sheriff of the Sheriffdom of Stirling Dumbarton and Clackmannan Compeared William Seaman Brydie writer Alloa as procurator for the person afternamed and gave in the Inventory of the Personal Estate of James Hunter after designed with affidavit thereto along with Trust disposition and Settlement all underwritten desiring that the same might be recorded in the Court books of the County of Clackmannan which desire the said Sheriff thought reasonable and therefore ordains the same to be done whereof the tenor follows:
Inventory of the Personal Estate wheresoever situated of the late James Hunter colliery overseer who resided at Carsebridge near Alloa and who died at Alloa on the 3rd day of October 1893.
1. Cash in the house 7 0 0
2. Household furniture and other effects in the deceaseds house conform to appraisement by William Brown licensed Appraiser Alloa 46 2 6
3. Cash in Bank
Principal sum in Deposit Receipt in name of deceased dated 16th May 1893 with the Union Bank of Scotland Ltd. Alloa 518 0 0
Interest thereon to date of Oath to Inventory 5 3 1
523 3 1
4. Debts due to the deceased upon the following documents:
(1) Promissory note for 100 dated 10th June 1889 granted by William White Stationer Hull in
favour of deceased 100 0 0
Interest thereon to date of Oath to Inventory 16 8 9
116 8 9
(1) Promissory note for 100 dated 13th Dec. 1890 granted by Messers James Forsyth Senior (deceased) and James Forsyth Junior Grocers in Stirling in favour of deceased 100 0 0
Interest thereon to date of Oath to Inventory 2 5 6
218 14 3
Total amount of Personal Estate 794 19 10
(signed) Andrew Hunter A. Mitchell J. P.
At Alloa the 17th day of November one thousand eight hundred and ninety three in presence of Andrew Mitchell Esquire one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Clackmannan Appeared Andrew Hunter certified manager Alloa colliery Alloa and residing at Whins near Alloa one of the executors of the deceased James Hunter colliery overseer who resided at Carsebridge near Alloa who being solemmly sworn and examined Depones that the said James Hunter died at Alloa upon the third day of October eighteen hundred and ninety three and left a widow and lawful issue surviving him that the Deponent has entered upon the possession and management of the deceased's estate as Executor nominated by him along with Alexander Roxburgh Manager Alloa Colliery Alloa and Thomas Brydie Bank Agent Alloa in his testamentory Settlement executed by him upon the sixteenth day of December Eighteen hundred and ninety which is now exhibited and signed by the deponent and the said Justice of the Peace as relative hereto: That the Deponent does not knoe of any Testamentary Settlement or writing relative to the disposal of the deceased's personal estate or effects other than the said Testamentary Settlement That the foregoing inventory signed by the Deponent and the said Justice of the Peace as relative hereto is a full and complete Inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said James Hunter wheresoever situated and belonging or due to him beneficially at the time of his death in so far as the same has come to the deponents knowledge. That the said deceased had no hereitable estate in this country in so far as known to the Deponent. That the value at this date of the said personal estate and effects situated in Scotland including the proceeds accrued thereon down to this date is Seven hundred and fifty pounds Sterling and does not exceed Eight hundred pounds Sterling. That confirmation of the said personal estate is required in favour of the Deponent and the said Alexander Roxburgh and Thomas Brydie All which is truth as the Deponent shall answer to God. (signed) Andrew Hunter A. Mitchell J.P. Follows the Trust Disposition and Settlement before referred to:
I James Hunter Colliery overseer and residing at Carsebridge near Alloa being desirous to settle the succession to my moveablemeans and estate after my death do hereby assign ( and dispone) to Andrew Hunter Certified Manager Alloa Colliery and residing at Whins near Alloa. Alexander Roxburgh Manager Alloa Colliery Alloa and Thomas Brydie Bankers agent Alloa and the survivors and survivor and acceptors and acceptor of them as Trustees aftermentioned my whole moveable and personal estate and I nominate the said Andrew Hunter Alexander Roxburgh and Thomas Brydie and their foresaids my sole Executors and Executor bid that in trust always for the following purposes viz. First for payment of my just and lawful debts sick bed and funeral charges and the expenses of the Executry and a sufficient interim aliment to my wife afternamed should she survive me. In the second place I appoint my said Trustees and Executors to pay and make over to my wife Charlotte Paterson or Hunter during her life in the event of her surviving me the whole free annual income or annual proceeds of my said means and estate and that half yearly at Whitsunday and Martinmas in each year beginning at the first term of Whitsunday or Martinmas occuring after my death for the proportion accruing up to that date and so termly thereafter. In the third place I direct and appoint my said Trustees and Executors upon the decease of my said wife or upon my own death should I survive her to pay the following lagacies hereby bequeathed viz. To my daughter Charlotte Hunter or White residing in King Street Alloa widow of James White sometime Mason in Alloa one hundred pounds sterling and in the event of her predeceasing the date of payment the said sum shall shall be divided equally among her lawful children. Then to my daughter Marion Hunter or Lawrence wife of ____ Laurence sometime teacher at Devon near Alloa now residing at Whitehaven England or elsewhere in England one hundred pounds sterling and in the event of her predeceasing the date of payment, the said sum shall be divided equally among her lawful children. Then to the children of my late daughter Marion Hunter wife of Francie Whitehead who resided at Dover Strafford County New Hampshire America equally among said children share and share
alike one hundred pounds sterling. Then to the children of my late daughter Eliza Hunter or Dickson wife of the late William Dickson mason Alloa equally among them share and share alike the sum of one hundred pounds sterling. Declaring that the shares or or falling to said children of my daughters shall not vest in them until they respectively attain majority, but my said Trustees and Executors shall notwithstanding have full power to pay to or apply for behalf of a minor not only the income of the share to which such minor shall be presumptively entitled at the time but also such part or parts amounting even to the whole of the capital of their shares but that only if my said Trustees and Executors shall see fit as to which they shall have the sole discretion and in the last place I direct my said Trustees and Executors to pay convey and make over to the said Andrew Hunter as his own property the whole residue and remainder of my said estate. And I declare that the provisions hereby made in favour of my said wife and children are in lieu of their respective rights of jus relectae terce and legitim and I declare that the provisions hereby made so far as in the jus mariti and right of administration of any husbands they have married or may marry. And I give to my said Trustees and Executors the fullest powers exemptions and privilages conferred upon gratuitous Trustees by statute or ar common law according to the most liberal interpretation including power of sale of my estate by public roup or private bargain including also power to continue undisturbed so long as they think proper the investment of my means and estate as at my death and that without incurring any liability therefor including also power to invest the Trust and Executory funds in the shares of stock ordinary preference or guaranteed or on Bonds or Mortgages or Debentures or Debenture Stock of any incorporated companies or Public Trusts whether British Colonial or Foreign and to deposit said funds in any Banks, British Colonial or Foreign. And I declare that my said Trustees and Executors shall not be liable for the result of such investments or deposits And I reserve my own liferent interst and power to alter or revoke these presents And I dispense with delivery And I consent to registration for preservation In witness whereof these presents written upon this and the preceeding two pages by George Cranston Bell apprentice to William Seaman Brydie Writer Alloa are subscribed by me at Alloa upon the sixteenth day of December Eighteen hundred and ninety before these witnesses the said William Seaman Brydie and George Cranston Bell (signed) James Hunter W.S. Brydie witness G. C. Bell witness
We Andrew Hunter Certified manager Alloa Colliery and residing at Whins near Alloa Alexander Roxburgh Manager Alloa Colliery and Thomas Brydie Bank Agent Alloa do hereby accept office as Trustees and Executors under the foregoing Trust Disposition and Settlement In Witness Whereof these presents are subscribed by as follows by us the said Alexander Roxburgh and Thomas Brydie both at Alloa on the seventeenth day of October Eighteen hundred and nine three before theses witnesses George Cranston Bell apprentice to William Seaman Brydie writer Alloa and the said William Seaman Brydie and by me the said Andrew Hunter at Alloa on the seventh day of November and year last mentioned before these witnesses the said William Seaman Brydie and George Cranston Bell (signed) Alexander Roxburgh Thomas Brydie Andrew Hunter George C. Bell witness W.S. Brydie witness George C. Bell witness. Alloa 17th November 1893
This is the Testamentary Settlement referred to in the Oath emitted by me this day as relative to the Inventory of the Personal Estate of the late James Hunter Colliery overseer Carsebridge near Alloa (signed) Andrew Hunter A. Michell J. P.
_William KNOX _______ | m 1818 _David KNOX ____________| | (1821 - ....) m 1841 | | |_Margaret STALKER ___ | m 1818 | |--Elizabeth Miller KNOX | (1854 - 1930) | _John MILLER ________+ | | (1788 - ....) m 1809 |_Agnes Girdwood MILLER _| (1817 - ....) m 1841 | |_Anne CAIRNS ________ (1788 - ....) m 1809
 Cause of death: Cerebral Haemorage; Informant: James Hunter, son
 Currently residing at 4559 Cochran Street # 145, Simi Valley, CA 93063 AKA Lilian
_James MICHIE _______ | _William MICHIE _____| | m 1858 | | |_Euphemia IZATT _____ | (.... - 1858) | |--Janet MICHIE | (1861 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Euphemia RAMAGE ____| (1835 - ....) m 1858| |_____________________
 1861 census for Whins, Alloa. Age is 1 month.