People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/42/10 (C.A. Rent., no. 81)

Sir Alexander of Abernethy, gives to the monks of Coupar Angus, for the salvation of the souls of Sir Hugh of Abernethy, his father and his soul, free transit for the men of the monks by all the roads and paths of his land, and that of his heirs, all the multure, with all the renders of the mill of the whole of his barony of Lour (ANG), twenty carts of peat to be received every year in his peatery of Baltody (Pitroddie, Kilspindie, PER?) at the focale of the grange of Carse Grange.
Firm date
circa 1300
Dating Notes
Sir Mark of Clapham and Sir Robert of Harcarse witness _Coupar Angus Rental_, i, no. 79. Other witnesses include Sir Gilbert Hay and Sir Nicholas Hay
Source for Data Entry
Coupar Angus Rental, no. 81
Trad. ID
C.A. Rent., no. 81
Calendar number
Charter type
Part of this notitia is in Scots and part is in Latin

Total number of associated factoids: 15

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
circa 1300 Father of Alexander of Abernethy (Familial relationship) Hugh Abernethy, knight (d. 1291x2) Alexander Abernethy (d. 1315x17)

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1300 Unspecified land Alexander Abernethy (d. 1315x17)
circa 1300 Barony of Lour (ANG) Alexander Abernethy (d. 1315x17)
circa 1300 Peatery of Baltody (Pitroddie, Kilspindie, PER?) Alexander Abernethy (d. 1315x17)