People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/106/16 (Annandale, no. 7 )

Robert de Brus has given and granted, and by his charter established to Roger Crispin the whole land of ‘Cnoculeran’ (DMF), by stated marches, to hold of Robert and his heirs in feu and heritage with common pasture of Dalton, Little Dalton and Mousewald (DMF), saving that the men of the land of Roger shall have multure and pannage. He gives this in exchange for his land of Kinmount (DMF) and a half ploughgate of land which he held in the feu of Moffat (DMF), which is next to Elrebec, for the service of a twentieth of a knight.
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
Fraser, Annandale, no. 7 (with facsimile)
Trad. ID
Annandale, no. 7
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Buccleuch Archives, Drumlanrig Castle, bundle 1323. [NRA(S) 1275] [cf. TNA DL 41/104, which is a possible duplicate] A.A.M. Duncan, ‘The Bruces of Annandale, 1100-1304’, TDGAS 69 (1994), 89-102, document R4. Robert (IV) de Brus died on either 21 April or 26 August, at some point between 1226 and 1233.
Document Image
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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
16 Jul. 1211 X 26 Aug. 1233 Kinmount (DMF) and half ploughgate in Moffat Roger Crispin