People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/326/4 (Dugdale, Monasticon, 616)

Andrew son of Michael of Kirkconnell, by the will of Cecilia his wife, for a certain sum of money, has given to Holm Cultram Abbey all a ploughed land in the territory of Kirkconnell (KCB) called ‘Mustard Garth’ with all its pertinents, and as much as the monks can reclaim towards the sea, with rights of way for carts, etc. and pasture for one horse and one cow, with one stirk and one bullock.
Firm date
Probable date
Mid to late 13th century
Dating Notes
Source for Data Entry
Dugdale, Mon. Angl. (New), v, 616 (reg. abbrev.) (partial); Holm Cultram Register, no. 119
Trad. ID
Dugdale, Monasticon, 616
Calendar number
Charter type
Taken from both the Dugdale version and the English calendar in H.C. Reg.

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
undated Gift of land in territory of Kirkconnell (KCB) called ‘Mustard Garth’ yes