People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/414/10 (St A. Lib., 341-2)

Alexander of Moray, knight, son and heir of Richard of Moray and Marjory his spouse, has given, granted and established by this his charter to St Andrews Priory, in augmentation of the land that Duncan de Lascelles gave, one acre in the territory of Seggie (FIF), next to his barley of Seggie (?), with free entry and exit, in pure and perpetual alms, without any exaction and demand, which Robert of Crail quitclaimed to him in his full court at Newton (in Forgan parish).
Firm date
Friday 26 September 1281
Dating Notes
Friday after the feast of St Matthew the Apostle, 1281.
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Source for Data Entry
St Andrews Liber, 341-2
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St A. Lib., 341-2
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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Friday 26 Sept. 1281 knight Alexander Murray, knight (son of Richard)
Friday 26 Sept. 1281 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Alexander of Synton (II), sheriff of Fife (d.1293)
Friday 26 Sept. 1281 sheriff of Fife Alexander of Synton (II), sheriff of Fife (d.1293)