People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/415/1 (ND, App., no. 160)

William of Mordington moved by charity and out of reverence and love of the glorious confessor Cuthbert and for the salvation of his own soul and for the souls of his father and mother and ancestors and successors has granted and made firm by this his present charter to the prior and monks of Durham at Coldingham one fishery on the tweed, that is, the fishery that he had in 'Schipeswel', with 'Stelnette', which he had in the same place, to be held and had freely and quietly and honourably in pure and perpetual alms.
Firm date
circa 1230 X circa 1250
Dating Notes
Grantor and witnesses.
Source for Data Entry
Raine, North Durham, App., no. 160.
Trad. ID
ND, App., no. 160
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
DCM, Misc. Ch., no. 780
Document Image
See the Models of Authority website for an image of this charter with transcription, translation, etc.

Total number of associated factoids: 9

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa 1230 X circa 1250 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Thomas of Restalrig, sheriff of Edinburgh
circa 1230 X circa 1250 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Alan, son of Cospatric of Swinton
circa 1230 X circa 1250 grieve Ralph, grieve of Coldingham
circa 1230 X circa 1250 vicar of Oldcambus William, vicar of Oldcambus
circa 1230 X circa 1250 serviens Ralph, serviens (Coldingham)