People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Thomas Wallace, son of Adam Wallace

1260 × 1289
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift (?) of lands of Tarvet in Daun (FIF) Beneficiary 2/10/247 (Ash, St Andrews, App. 2D, no. 5)
29 May 1260 Quitclaim of 'Tarveht In dan' (in Tarvit, FIF) Beneficiary Adam of Annan; Adam of Makerstoun, master, provost (d.1280×86); David of Lochore, knight; Gamelin, bishop of St Andrews (d.1271); Gilbert de Heriz, official of St Andrews; John of Cunningham; Richard of Stickley, lord of Blebo; Roger de Wauchope; Thomas de Chartres, master, archdeacon of Lothian (d.p.1292); Thomas of Braid; Thomas of Restalrig, sheriff of Edinburgh; William of Carmunnock; William of Dalgarnock, rector of Ratho 3/60/11 (Barrow, E. Fife Docs., no. 9)
9 Jan. 1262 Inspection of letters of William Avenel to Thomas Wallace named person (transaction) 2/10/247 (Ash, St Andrews, App. 2D, no. 5)
1283 X 1285 * Confirmation of quitclaim of land of ‘Tarvit In dan’ (Nether Tarvit?, FIF) Beneficiary 3/466/2 (Barrow, E. Fife Docs., no. 9)
Sept. 1289 X Gift of land of Nether Tarvit (FIF), part of Gladney (FIF) and 2s. from Balass (FIF) Beneficiary Alexander of Gruddy; James Ramsay; Nicholas Hay (I), lord of Errol (son of Gilbert) (d.1305/6); William de Pershay; William Ramsay, knight (of Ramsey) 3/466/1 (Barrow, E. Fife Docs., no. 8)
circa 1290 X 1291 Succession of part of land of Gladney with homage and service from named lands (FIF) named person (transaction) Adam of Letham (late 13C); Christian de l'Isle, sheriff of Perth; Constantine of Lochore (III), son of Constantine, sheriff; Gilbert Cockin; Henry of Denmuir, knight (fl.1260s-90); J. of Perth; John Haylbotyl, burgess of Perth (late 13C); John of Haddington, canon of St Mary, St Andrews; John of Haddington, prior of St Andrews (d.1304); Maurice or Murdoch of Menteith (1260s-90s); Michael of Stirling, burgess 3/608/3 (Barrow, E. Fife Docs., no. 11)