People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/639/2 (Pais. Reg., 382-3)

Gilbert de Camera, burgess of Glasgow, due to his inevitable want and necessity for his sustenance, in front of the community of the burgh of Glasgow, according to the law and custom of the burghs, to sell and to alienate his burgage plot with its pertinents lying within the burgh of Glasgow on the street called Rottenrow, between the royal road on the east and the the land of Sir Maurice the chaplain called ‘Starine’ on the west. He notes that he offered the said burgage plot up for sale lawfully, according to the law and customs of the burghs, at the three chief courts of the burgh of Glasgow, to his nearest relatives and friends, and because none of them appeared who wished to buy the burgage plot, Gilbert has granted and sold in perpetuity the said burgage plot with all its pertinents by its right bounds, and established his sale by this present writing, to Nicholas called ‘Sprowll’, burgess of Glasgow, for a certain sum of money which Nicholas paid him in full beforehand in his great need and urgent want.
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Paisley Registrum, 382-3
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Pais. Reg., 382-3
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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1283 Burgage plot in Glasgow Maurice Starine, chaplain