feuar

Related to feuar: feued

feuar

(ˈfjʊə)
n
(Historical Terms) Scot the tenant of a feu
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And it's well-known that Mary, Queen of Scots' wooden leg is propping up the bar in the Feuar's Arms in Kirkcaldy.
Pact currently leases Barclay Park Pavilion from the Community of Feuars of the town of Peterhead and hopes to take on the sporting area in the near future.
There is discussion of inheritance, the feuars, what family dwellings were like, women's handwriting, research into what type of women could read and write, the use of wills as evidence of religious belief, and oral history in legal records.
The king certainly did not seek to imagine feuars and freeholders as citizen-soldiers in the way Mair seemed on the threshold of proposing.
Indeed, these struggles themselves are defined in relation to the play of major social and economic forces as registered in the neighboring village of Wolf's Hope, especially in the emergent though tentative solidarity of the "feuars," who prove capable of some resistance to feudal claims upon their wealth.
The football club rent their present home from the Peterhead Feuars, who manage the town's public land.