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Member W R Montiguani Master Mason 8th January 1841

  Candidate’s Name Mr W R Montiguani

 DOB

 Address Barony Street Edinburgh

 Proposed By Brother

 Seconded By Brother

 First or Entered 8th January 1841

 Second or Fellow Craft 19th January 1841 

  Third or Sublime Degree 19th January 1841

 RWM of the Celtic Brother William Donaldson 1841

 Barony Street is from early in Edinburgh history in Broughton and  dates back to the 7th Century. Charter granted to the canons at  Holyrood Abbey by King David1. Broughton village belonged to the Church for several Centuries. One of the earliest maps drawn around the time of the siege of Leith around 1560s. It changed when the Lands due to the reformation changed back to the Crown.King James V1 gave the lands and other property to Sir Lewis Bellenden, the Justice Clerk  he became the Baron of Broughton which included the Toll Booth and his own court including the prison.