People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/23/12 (Simpson, de Quincy, no. 7)

Roger de Quincy has granted, and established by his charter, in pure and perpetual alms, to Inchaffray Priory, ten acres of land in the territory of Gask (PER), namely those which prudent men of his father the lord earl of Winchester perambulated, and pasture for ten cows in the common pasture of Gask, free and quit from all secular service and exaction, as the charter of his father attests. And know that the aforesaid ten acres were granted to the canons in exchange for seven acres of land which the same canons claimed against Earl Saer.
Firm date
13 March 1207 X 1221
Dating Notes
Saer’s grant (3/23/7) × erection of Inchaffray into abbey.
Source for Data Entry
Simpson, Acts of Roger de Quincy, no. 7.
Trad. ID
Simpson, de Quincy, no. 7
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Earl of Kinnoull, Dupplin Charters, no. 141. Earl Saer’s charter is 3/23/4. Inchaffray Charters, no. 42

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
13 Mar. 1207 X 1221 earl of Winchester Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester (d.1219)
13 Mar. 1207 X 1221 earl of Strathearn Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223)