People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/174/1 (RPS, A1285/1)

Simon Cornet, son and heir of the late John Cornet, at the assembly (colloquium) of the lord king, in the presence of Sir Malise, earl of Strathearn, Sir John Comyn, Sir William de Soules, justiciar of Lothian, Sir John Comyn of Buchan, Sir William Comyn of Kirkintilloch, Sir Hugh of Pearsby, Sir John of Stirling, and many others, has resigned, quitclaimed and by staff and baton restored in perpetuity, all his right and claim that he had in the land of ‘Mylis’ (MLO?) with pertinents, which was the late Sir Milo Cornet’s, into the hand of Sir Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan, constable and justiciar of Scotia, to the infeftment of William of Preston, his (Simon’s) relative (consanguinium).
Firm date
25 January 1285
Dating Notes
Day of the conversion of St Paul, AD 1284
Place date (modern)
Holyrood Abbey
Place date (document)
ecclecia Sancte Crucis de Edenburgensis
Related Place
Holyrood Abbey
Source for Data Entry
The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707, K.M. Brown et al eds (St Andrews, 2007-2009), A1285/1. Date accessed: 17 December 2009.
Trad. ID
RPS, A1285/1
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NAS, AD 1/6

Total number of associated factoids: 21

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
25 Jan. 1285 Land of ‘Mylis’ (MLO?) Milo Cornet
25 Jan. 1285 Rights in land of Myles (ELO) Simon Cornet, son of John Cornet