People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/106/19 (Guis. Cart., no. 1178)

Robert de Brus [has granted and established] to Guisborough Priory the donation which Robert de Brus, his grandfather, made to them, and which William, his father, established to them, of the churches of Annan, Lochmaben, Kirkpatrick-Fleming, Cummertrees, Rainpatrick (Redkirk) and Gretna (DMF), and also, six oxgangs of land, five in Stranton and one in Hartlepool, with the adjacent tofts, and with other liberties within and outwith the villa, and all other lands which Robert de Brus, his grandfather, gave them or established, and which William, his father, gave them or established, in Hartlepool or elsewhere, in free, quiet, perpetual and pure alms.
Firm date
16 July 1211 X 26 August 1233
Dating Notes
Earliest date on which William de Brus may have died × latest date on which Robert (IV) de Brus might have died.
Source for Data Entry
Guisborough Cartulary, ii, no. 1178
Trad. ID
Guis. Cart., no. 1178
Calendar number
Charter type
A.A.M. Duncan, ‘The Bruces of Annandale, 1100-1304’, TDGAS 69 (1994), 89-102, document R3.

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
16 Jul. 1211 X 26 Aug. 1233 clerk Thomas, clerk (Bruce)