People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/83/9 (BL Add. MS 33245, fos. 146r-v)

Robert, son of Warnebald, and Richenda, daughter of Humphrey of Berkeley, his spouse, in their great need, have given, granted and established to Arbroath Abbey, all their lands that they had in the parish of Fordoun (KCD), for the provision of an allowance, as in their charter. Because they were not able to warrant these lands to them, in order to make good on this defect, they have given, granted and by this their charter established to Arbroath Abbey in free and perpetual alms, their Mill of Conveth (KCD), with all the multure of the parish of Conveth (Laurencekirk, KCD), in free, pure and perpetual alms, as freely and quietly as the late king of Scots, William, gave that mill to her father Humphrey and by his charter established.
Firm date
15 December 1218 X 1245
Probable date
prob. late
Dating Notes
Mandate for consecration of Bishop Gregory of Brechin × death of Robert son of Warnebald; Robert de Mowat as sheriff of Forfar.
Source for Data Entry
BL Add. MS 33245, fols. 146r-v
Trad. ID
BL Add. MS 33245, fos. 146r-v
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
15 Dec. 1218 X 1245 Lands in the parish of Fordoun (KCD) and Mill of Conveth (KCD) Robert, son of Warnebald (II) (d.1242×45); Richenda, daughter of Humphrey Barclay