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Date Masters & mistresses names & designations Servants names Quality of servants Number of servants Bachelor servants One and two servants Three and four servants Five to seven servants Eight to ten servants Eleven or more servants Duty
Kinross Town
22 Aug 1787 James Beveridge Alexander Stewart Waiter 1 1 £1.5.0
Kinross Parish
23 Aug 1787 George Graham Esquire Name not returned Servant 1 1 1 £2.10.0
Mr. Duncan Donaldson Peter Anderson Waiter 1 1 £1.5.0
Totall 2 1 2 £3.15.0
Portmoak Parish
25 Aug 1787 George Clephan Esqr. Kirkness James Hunter
Michael Steedman
Alexander Dunbar
Gardener
Chaise Driver
House Servt. [Servant]
3 3 £4.10.0
Parishes Collected
Kinross Town 1 1 £1.5.0
Kinross Parish 2 1 2 £3.15.0
Portmoak Parish 3 3 £4.10.0
Totall 6 1 3 3 £9.10.0

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[page 85] KINROSS
Kinross County Survey Upon The
Male Servants Tax
from the 5th April 1787 to the 5th April 1788 by James Watson Surveyor

Prooff
3 servants@ £1.5.0 each is £3.15.0
3 servants @ £1.10.0 each is £4.10.0
6 servants is £8.5.0
1 Bachelor servant @ £1.5.0 is £1.5.0
7 servants is £9.10.0

I James Watson Surveyor aforesaid Do hereby Certify that upon Carefull examination of the foregoing Duties
I find they amount in whole to the sum of Nine pounds ten shillings sterling and that upon the 5 of
October last I delivered to Mr. George Peat Collector for the said County an exact duplicate hereof which
contained my oath that the severall persons before named were duly served with Requisitions whereby
they were to be charged with the Returns made, and sums hereby Certified to be due from them
Linlithgow 6 November 1787
James Watson Surveyor

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