People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/630/8 (Abdn. Reg., ii, 280-1)

Walter called ‘de Maleville’, burgess of Aberdeen, with the consent of his wife Sybilla, has given, granted and in his good memory, by his present charter established to the Trinitarian friars of Aberdeen, all lands with their rents which he bought from Martin the goldsmith in Aberdeen, saving the forinsec service of the lord king and of other lords as pertains to those lands, as contained in Martin the goldsmith’s charter to Walter. He has also given and granted to the friars an annual rent of 2s. from that land lying in the street of Fittie which Mariota wife of the late William the baker held. The minister and friars will provide one suitable and honest secular chaplain perpetually celebrating in the church of St Nicholas of Aberdeen at the great altar and will pay every year for the lighting of St Mary and the Holy Cross in the said church ½ mark, namely, half at Pentecost and half at Martinmas, from the rents of the said lands. He has subjected himself and his heirs to the jurisdiction of the apostolic seat and to the lord bishop of Aberdeen and his official. Moreover, he obligates himself and his heirs on a penalty of 100 marks to the fabric of the church of Blessed Mary of Aberdeen if he or his heirs infringe upon the tenor of this document. Sealed with seals of himself, Sybilla his spouse, the official of Aberdeen, the treasurer of the cathedral church of Aberdeen and Sir John of Annan, perpetual vicar of Aboyne, former chaplain of the lord king.
Firm date
Probable date
26 May 1281 × prob. 1280s
Dating Notes
Above charter, _Abdn. Reg._, ii, 278-79 ×
Source for Data Entry
Aberdeen Registrum, ii, 280-1
Trad. ID
Abdn. Reg., ii, 280-1
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
undated Land in Fiddie Street (ABD) Mariota, wife of William, baker