People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/610/1 (St A. Lib., 273)

Henry of Winton has given, granted, and by this his charter established, to St Andrews Priory for the souls of himself and his wife Margaret, in pure and perpetual and free alms, those two oxgangs of land which Agnes his mother held in the territory of Lindores (FIF), by its right bounds, with common pasture, with all its easements.
Firm date
Probable date
Early 13th cent., poss. 1212 × 1215
Dating Notes
Adam of Kinninmonth, William of Wyville, and Simon and Laurence provosts of St Andrews.
Source for Data Entry
St Andrews Liber, 273
Trad. ID
St A. Lib., 273
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NLS, Adv. MS 15.1.18, no. 85 There are several Wintons in England, including places in Yorkshire and Cumbria. There is also Winton House in Pencaitland, ELO. It is also possible that this name comes from that sometimes used for Winchester, as in Saher de Quincy, earl of Winton.

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
undated grieve Simon (II), son of Peter, grieve of St Andrews
undated grieve Laurence, grieve of St Andrews

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undated 2 oxgangs in Lindores (FIF) Agnes, mother of Henry of Winton