Haltoun House

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Haltoun House, or Hatton House, was a Scottish baronial mansion set in a park, with extensive estates in the vicinity of Ratho, in the west of Edinburgh City Council area, Scotland. It was formerly in Midlothian, and it was extensively photographed by Country Life in September 1911.


The earliest known proprietor, John de Haltoun, parted with it by sale on 26 July 1377The Great Seal of Scotland, no.724 when King Robert II confirmed it and all its pertinents upon a court favourite, Alan de Lawedre of Whitslaid, Berwickshire, & The Bass. Alan and his wife, Alicia Campbell, had already been confirmed (1371) in the adjoining lands of Norton.Index of Records of Charters granted by Sovereigns of Scotland between 1309 and 1413, Edinburgh, 1798.Balfour Paul, Sir James, The Scots' Peerage, Edinburgh, 1904, vol. 1, 'Argyll', p.326. Sir George de Lawedre of Haltoun, Knt., Lord Provost of Edinburgh, their second son, was given Haltoun, and adopted Arms with differences from The Bass family, from then on establishing the Haltoun cadet branch.Lauder-Frost, Gregory, Lauder Arms, in The Double Tressure, Edinburgh, 2007, The Heraldry Society of Scotland, 2007, p.25-6, George died about 1430. J.Stewart Smith (1898) lists the Haltoun lairds and states that the "first laird of Haltoun was Sir George de Lawedre who...
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