People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 6/2/52 (IP, 77b)

Peter de Champagne, parson of the church of Kinkell, having attained the trust and goodwill of Edward, king of England etc., promises on his own part, and on that of his heirs, upon pain of body and property, that he will support King Edward, and will serve him well and loyally against all people whenever called on or summoned by the King or his heirs; and that he shall know no harm to him, nor trouble him.
Firm date
4 July 1296
Dating Notes
4 July, 24 Edward I
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
TNA, E39/99/22; Palgrave, Docs, no. 57; CDS, ii, no. 756; Thomson, Instrumenta Publica, p. 77 (Ragman Roll)
Trad. ID
IP, 77b
Calendar number
Charter type
Letters Patent (Fealty)
Referred to as letter patent
Original (contemporary)
TNA, MS E39/99/22

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
4 Jul. 1296 Peter de Champagne, parson of the church of Kinkell, promises to support and serve the king of England yes