People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/52/8 (ND, App., no. 192)

William, vicar of Oldcambus, on 13 March at Coldingham, bound himself that whenever he shall cross into the defence and warren of the prior of Coldingham without his assent, he shall place into the custody of the said prior at Coldingham four oxen, which were captured within the woods and warren of the prior on 31 Dec. 1249 and which afterwards the prior pardoned him on the condition that if William or any of his [oxen] should stray into his wood or warren, William will grant to the prior the four oxen or their value, that is, 24s. as penalty.
Firm date
13 March 1250
Dating Notes
Sunday after the feast of St Gregory, after 1249 (date mentioned in text; presumably in 1250)
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
Raine, North Durham, App., no. 192
Trad. ID
ND, App., no. 192
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Charter type
Original (contemporary)
DCM, Misc. Ch. 1146
Document Image
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Total number of associated factoids: 8

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
13 Mar. 1250 vicar of Oldcambus William, vicar of Oldcambus
13 Mar. 1250 prior of Coldingham Henry de Sylton, prior of Coldingham (fl.1248-60)
13 Mar. 1250 sacrist Unknown, sacrist of Coldingham
13 Mar. 1250 steward Gregory of Coldingham, steward