People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/414/5 (Moray Reg., no. 216)

Lady Euphemia, wife of the late Sir Walter of Moray, lord of Duffus, has given and in all things quitclaimed to the church of Moray and Bishop Archibald all her land that she had in Ross in the name of her dower, that is, the third part of the land of ‘Clonys’ next to Dingwall (ROS), which was Sir Walter her lord’s, for the support of two chaplains in the cathedral church of Elgin in perpetuity, according to the form of the charter of Fergus of Ardrossan.
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February 1264
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1263, month of February.
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Moray Registrum, no. 216
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Moray Reg., no. 216
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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Feb. 1264 Third part of land of ‘Clonys’ next to Dingwall (ROS) Euphemia, wife of Walter Murray of Duffus; Walter Murray of Duffus (son of Hugh)