People of Medieval Scotland
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Document 3/21/52 (Neville, Strathearn, no. 54)

Malise, earl of Strathearn, has given, granted, and established by his charter, to God and Blessed Mary and a chaplain celebrating the divine service in the almshouse of Inchaffray Abbey, for the souls of Brice of Ardrossan and others, for the quitclaim of the land of Buthaldy (PER?) and Lanrick (PER) which lands Brice quitclaimed to the earl after his death, four marks from the rents of the land of Monkcroft (PER?), annually, in perpetuity, in free and pure alms, by the hands of his renters, for the support of the said chaplain. Moreover, he gives, grants, and establishes by his charter, to the said chaplain and his successors, in perpetuity, in free and perpetual alms, that piece of land which Brice of Ardrossan held in the villa of Dunblane (PER) called ‘Tolauch’, for the purchase of a chalice and ornaments. He also gives and grants the power to choose another chaplain upon the death of the first to the abbot of Inchaffray, and subjects himself to the authority of the bishop of Dunblane.
Firm date
circa 1270 X 23 November 1271
Dating Notes
The earl’s son, the future Malise III, witnesses. × Neville, Add. ch., no. 26
Source for Data Entry
Neville, Acts of the Earls of Strathearn, no. 54
Trad. ID
Neville, Strathearn, no. 54
Calendar number
Charter type
Inchaffray Charters, no. 97 Inchaffray Liber, no. 52

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1270 X 23 Nov. 1271 Land called 'Tolauch' in villa of Dunblane (PER) Brice of Ardrossan