People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/528/1 (Pais. Reg., 227-8)

William of Sanquhar, son and heir of the late Hugh the gatekeeper (janitor), makes it known that, since a dispute had come about between Paisley Abbey on the one side and him on the other over the bounds between his land of Sanquhar and their lands, both of the church of Sanquhar and of Dalmilling (AYR), to lay to rest the dispute for ever and to have perpetual peace and a record of the boundaries by the consent of sworn men of the commune elected by both parties and sworn on the holy gospels, the boundaries were recognised and declared between the said lands (boundaries described).
Firm date
Friday 15 November 1280
Dating Notes
Friday next after the feast of Saint Martin in winter AD 1280
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Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 227-8
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Pais. Reg., 227-8
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Date Short Summary Title Holder
Friday 15 Nov. 1280 janitor (gatekeeper) Hugh, janitor (AYR)
Friday 15 Nov. 1280 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Paisley Abbey (fd.1169)
Friday 15 Nov. 1280 Master Alexander mac Cinn √Čitig (Kennedy), clerk, master

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Friday 15 Nov. 1280 Land of Sanquhar William of Sanquhar, son of Hugh the janitor
Friday 15 Nov. 1280 Church of Sanquhar and the church of Dalmilling (AYR) Paisley Abbey (fd.1169)