People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/194/1 (Dunf. Reg., no. 196)

David the doorward has granted and by this his charter established in perpetuity that recognition of perambulation which was made between his land of Dunduff (FIF) and the lands of Dunfermline Abbey which are contiguous and lie around his land of Dunduff, in the presence of responsible men assembled to make that recognition by precept of the lord king, namely Constantine of Lochore, Michael Scot, Philip of Lochore, John de Oberville, Robert of Rosyth, Walter of Logie, Walter son of Gamel, Robert of ‘Syves’, Walter son of ‘Sahyf’, Elias the clerk, vicar, Bridin Potanach then judex, William Bretun, Gilbert of Cleish, Gilbert of Crambeth, Gilandrew of Torry, and many others; and by these jurors, Gillecrist of the Loch, Gillecostentin, Gillethomas, Bridin ?Cameron, Gilleserf son of Rolf, Gilmartin, Gillecolm son of Melg, John Trodi, Riscoloc, Gilandrew, Seth son of Lood, Gilpatric son of Manechin. M[urethach or Maurice], earl of Menteith, and Sir Duncan son of Adam (of Kilconquhar), sheriff of Fife, act as pledges.
Firm date
Wednesday 22 October 1231
Probable date
22 Oct. 1231, or soon thereafter
Dating Notes
Wednesday before the feast of the Apostles Simon and Judas, 1231.
Source for Data Entry
NLS MS Adv. 34.1.3 (a) fos 123v-124r (differs significantly from Dunf. Reg., no. 196)
Trad. ID
Dunf. Reg., no. 196
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Wednesday 22 Oct. 1231 Land of Dunduff (FIF) David, doorward (FIF)
Wednesday 22 Oct. 1231 Lands of Dunfermline Abbey (FIF) Dunfermline Abbey (fd.1128)