People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/577/1 (Stirlings of Keir, no. 1)

Bertram son of Henry of Ulston (ROX) has quitclaimed, granted, and by this his present charter established, to Waltheof Kokes, his relative (consanguineo meo), those two oxgangs of land in the territory of Ayton le Bas (BWK), for which he impleaded by the letters of the lord king, and all right which he had in the said two oxgangs, for a certain sum of money which Waltheof conferred on him in his urgent need. Bertram has sworn on the holy Gospels in the full court of the lord prior of Coldingham at Ayton.
Firm date
31 August 1247 X April 1260
Probable date
perhaps early
Dating Notes
Henry de Sylton, prior of Coldingham; David of Graham as sheriff of Berwick
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
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Source for Data Entry
Fraser, Stirlings of Keir, no. 1 (with facsimile)
Trad. ID
Stirlings of Keir, no. 1
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Original (contemporary)
On the place-name, see Nicolaisen, Scottish Place-Names, 48

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
31 Aug. 1247 X Apr. 1260 Rights in two oxgangs in Ayton le Bas (BWK) Bertram, son of Henry of Ulston