People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/14/11 (Glas. Reg., no. 139)

Sir Duncan of Carrick, on Monday before the feast of St Mary Magdalene, 1225, in chapter at Ayr, in the presence of Sir Walter, bishop of Glasgow, and many others solemnly swearing to him, has granted in his own fidelity and in the faith owed to God and the church, and has firmly promised that all his teinds and ecclesiastical rights he will pay to the God and the church in full for the whole time of his life, namely, of grain, of hay, and multure, of wool and flax, of cheese and butter, of calves and lambs, of piglets and chickens and capreolis (goats or roe deer?), and all other things which the Christian law instructs should be given as teinds and ecclesiastical rights, and should be paid in the diocese of Glasgow. He has also granted that the clerks of Carrick will not be weighed down with taxes and exactions, in perpetuity.
Firm date
Monday 21 July 1225
Dating Notes
AD 1225, Monday before the feast of St Mary Magdalene
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Source for Data Entry
Glasgow Registrum, i, no. 139
Trad. ID
Glas. Reg., no. 139
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Total number of associated factoids: 27