People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/216/3 (NRS, RH 1/2/51)

Roger son of Philip d’Eu has given, granted and by this his present charter established, to Duncan son of Edward of ‘Nevetil’ (Newtyle, Angus ?) all the meadow between the bounds of ‘Kinglas’ and the meadow of the monks of Culross in the territory of Carriden (WLO), as perambulated by good men of Carriden in the presence of Philip d’Eu his father, in free saccage, in free saccage, with one toft and croft next to the house of his father, with common pasture of all the holding, and with liberties and easements, free and quit from all secular service, aid and army, and escheat and ward of heirs, for an annual render of 1d. on the feast of St Serf.
Firm date
1217 X 1240
Dating Notes
Foundation of Culross Abbey × Roger Avenel as sheriff of Linlithgow.
Source for Data Entry
NRS, RH 1/2/51
Trad. ID
NRS, RH 1/2/51
Calendar number
Charter type

Total number of associated factoids: 15

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
1217 X 1240 sheriff of Linlithgow Roger Avenel, sheriff (d.1243)
1217 X 1240 serviens Jordan, king's serviens/client
1217 X 1240 dyer Henry, dyer
1217 X 1240 dyer Walter, dyer
1217 X 1240 dyer Daniel, dyer
1217 X 1240 king Alexander II, king of Scots (d.1249)

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1217 X 1240 Meadow of Culross Abbey in Carriden (WLO) Culross Abbey
1217 X 1240 House of Philip d’Eu in Carriden (WLO) Philip d'Eu