People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/32/77 (SHS, Misc viii, 13-4)

Agreement in settlement of a controversy between the abbot and convent of Scone and Sir David de la Haye which the abbot and convent sought before the judges delegate, regarding certain second teinds of the latter’s lands in the Carse of Gowrie (PER) which Scone sought and a certain marsh lying between Scone’s land called Durdie and David de la Haye’s land opposite it in the Carse, whereby Scone has quitclaimed the small teinds to David and his heirs and the parties have divided the marsh between them by a ditch.
Firm date
May 1237
Dating Notes
1237, May.
Source for Data Entry
SHS, Misc viii, 13-14 ‘Charter of Scone Abbey’ (from transumpt)
Trad. ID
SHS, Misc viii, 13-4
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
Earl of Erroll Charters, no. 10. Ferguson, Medieval Papal Reps., App. I, no. 94

Total number of associated factoids: 12

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
May 1237 Lands of David de Hay in Carse of Gowrie (PER) David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41)
May 1237 Durdie (PER) Scone Abbey (fd.c.1120)