NISBETH, CATHERINE [SSNE 8080]

Surname
NISBETH, NIESEBETH, NISBET
First name
CATHERINE
Nationality
SCOT

Text source

Catherine Nisbet was the daughter of Alexander Nisbet [SSNE 7460]. She was married in Elbing and flourished in the early 1600s. She was married to the town mayor of Elbing, ohann Jungshulz. He in turn became involved in a dispute over her father's will with William Baillie of Carnbroe [SSNE 8079] c.1619.

 

Sources:

Elbing Club Pangritz Kolonie E.V.: Elbing, als ehemaliger englischer Handelsplatz (Elbing, 1977), pp.2 and 18.

See also: National Records of Scotland, RH9/5/34. Dealings of William Baillie of Carnbroe.

2. 1619, July 8
Letter from the burgomaster and council (praeconsul et consules) of the royal city of Elbing in Prussia to the Chancellor and Court of Session in Scotland, explaining why in consequence of the Polish laws in respect of succession Alexander Mowat and John Nisbet, recommended to their favour by the said Chancellor and Court, had been excluded from the succession of Catharine, daughter of Alexander Nisbet and wife of Johann Jungshulz, burgomaster of Elbing. [Latin.]

3. 1619, July 8
Discharge by said Johann Jungshulz to William Bailze of the account of all dealings of said William with Alexander Nisbitt, late father-in-law of said Johann, up to date of this document. [Latin.]
[Seal of Johann Jungshulz.]

8. 1620, September 2
Letters of certification by the burgomaster and council of Elbing, at the request of Johann Jungschulz, burgomaster of Elbing, that by Polish law the inheritance of his wife, the daughter of the late Alexander Nisbet, should be divided equally between the said Johann and Andreas Lankagel, uncle of the said wife. [Latin.]
[Papered seal of city of Elbing.]

Female

Service record

POLAND-LITHUANIA, ELBING, ELBLAG
Purpose misc