People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371


This name occurs only once in the database, immediately after Paruum consilium, 'modest advice'. Unwine does not appear to occur elsewhere in English sources as a forename, only as a surname, and means, 'foe', 'enemy', 'adversary', and sometimes 'Satan'. Taken in conjunction with the previous witness, Paruum consilium, therefore, we cannot be sure that this name represents a real person.
1165 × 1165

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Date Short Summary Source
circa 1165 X 1200 Gift of ploughgate in Lessudden (St Boswells, ROX) and Plenmeller (Northumberland) 3/358/6 (BL, Add. Ch. 76749)