People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/334/3 (Furness C.B., ii, pt. II, 335-6)

Avice, spouse of Richard de Moreville has given and established by this charter, by the grant of her heirs, to Furness Abbey, all the pasture of Selside and Birkwith (Ribblesdale, Yorkshire), in perpetual alms, free and quit of all service, custom, exaction and pleas, by stated bounds. The monks may fully take from the wood of Birkwith for their own uses. For the same pasture, to acquit her land in Lonsdale from the hand of William de Stuteville, in her great need, the monks have given her 200 marks. The monks shall give yearly to her and her heirs a half mark on the Feast of St Michael for all service.
Firm date
circa 1190
Dating Notes
Around the death of Richard de Moreville? See _Furness Coucher Book_, ii, II, 334-5
Source for Data Entry
Furness Coucher Book, pt. ii, II, 335-6
Trad. ID
Furness C.B., ii, pt. II, 335-6
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1190 Lonsdale Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191) William de Stuteville