People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/289/1 (Kel. Lib., no. 249)

Robert Hunaud, grandson of Nicholas de Côtentin has given at feuferme in perpetuity and has established by this his writing to Kelso Abbey, his land, wood and pasture which belongs to him and his heirs, that is, the sixth part of Innerwick (ELO), which is facing the land of the said monks of Kelso, by stated bounds, free and quit from all service, of ‘inware’ and ‘utware’ and other aids, customs and exactions, for an annual render in perpetuity of 40d on the feast of St James, and two pair of boots (botas) on the feast of St Andrew.
Firm date
Probable date
late 12th century, prob. 1190
Dating Notes
one of the 'men' in _Kelso Liber_, i, no. 248
Source for Data Entry
Kelso Liber, i, no. 249
Trad. ID
Kel. Lib., no. 249
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
undated land in Innerwick (ELO)