People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/6/290 (RRS, ii, no. 319)

King William has given the agreement (for a tack) made between Kelso Abbey, for one part, and Robert of Kent, Robert Hunaud, Roland, son-in-law of Nicholas de Côtentin, for the other, concerning land, pasture and wood in the territory of Innerwick (ELO)
Firm date
1 April 1190 X 1193
Probable date
circa 11/Nov/1190
Dating Notes
Departure of King Richard I and King Philip of France on Crusade (they left Vézelay on this date) × latest date at which Philip de Valognes became chamberlain; but probably around the time that the tack (or lease) was set to begin; i.e., 11 Nov. 1190
Source for Data Entry
RRS, ii, no. 319
Trad. ID
RRS, ii, no. 319
Calendar number
Charter type
Expressed 'dedisse et hac carta mea confirmasse'

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 king of Scots William I, king of Scots (d.1214)
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 king of England Richard I, king of England (d.1199)
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 king of France Philip II, king of France (d.1223)
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 steward (king's) Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204)
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 chaplain (king's) Robert, archdeacon of Glasgow (d.1222)
1 Apr. 1190 X 1193 Earl Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204)