People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/171/3 (Mort. Reg., ii, no. 7)

William of Conisbrough, son of Sir William of Conisbrough, knight, has given, granted, and established by this his present charter, to Herbert, son and heir of Sir Aymer of Maxwell and his heirs and assignees, one ploughgate of land in Langholm (DMF) in feuferme, by stated bounds, with all pertinents, liberties and easements pertaining to the said land, with common pasture of Langholm, and all other easements and liberties of the said land of Langholm in the feu of Staplegordon (DMF), and a half ploughgate of land in Brackenwrae (DMF) with all its pertinents, liberties and easements in the same feu, for an annual render in feuferme of 12d. for all secular service, exaction and demand, namely 6d. at Pentecost and 6d. at Martinmas. He wills and grants that Herbert shall grind his grain at William’s mill of Staplegordon free from multure.
Firm date
X 16 April 1268
Dating Notes
× royal confirmation (16 Apr. 1268 (1/8/67))
Source for Data Entry
Morton Registrum, ii, no. 7
Trad. ID
Mort. Reg., ii, no. 7
Calendar number
Charter type
Confirmed by King Alexander III, 16 Apr. 1268 (1/8/67) Fraser, Maxwell-Pollok, i, no. 5 gives Waltero de Welham rather than Waltero de Welhary

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
X 16 Apr. 1268 Mill of Staplegordon William of Conisbrough (son of William)