People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/17/74 (Lenn. Cart., 86)

Malcolm, earl of Lennox, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to John son of Michael [same person as Gillemichael son of Edulf] son of Edolf, and Forbflaith, his spouse, that virgate of land in Lennox which is called Cambroun Tympane, with all its pertinents, to be held and had by them and their heirs procreated from Forbflaith, in feu and heritage, by those ends and bounds by which Michael son of Edulf, father of John held the land at anytime. They are to annual render one pound of wax at the nativity of the lord, and they are to provide during the year suit at his court of Lennox, viz.: at the pleas nearest after the feast of the nativity of the lord, Easter and Michaelmas, for all secular service, aids, forinsec service of the king, prises, customs, exactions and demands. If John dies before Forbflaith, he wishes and grants that Forbflaith may hold and possess that land of Camboune during her life. Malcolm promises warrandice.
Firm date
circa 1272 X 1313
Probable date
Prob. late 13th century
Dating Notes
Succession of Earl Malcolm (I) x death of William Olifard; William Olifard not yet a knight
Source for Data Entry
Lennox Cartulary, 86
Trad. ID
Lenn. Cart., 86
Calendar number
Charter type

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
circa 1272 X 1313 earl of Lennox Malcolm (I) or (II), earl of Lennox
circa 1272 X 1313 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Duncan, son of Aulay (mac Amlaíb)
circa 1272 X 1313 Dominus (Lord/Sir) Henry de Vieuxpont
circa 1272 X 1313 steward (earl's) Donald, son of Anecol
circa 1272 X 1313 chaplain (earl's) Robert, chaplain of Earl Malcolm of Lennox

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
circa 1272 X 1313 Virgate of land in Lennox which is called 'Cambroun Tympane' (DNB) Gilla Míchéil mac Eadwulf (MacEdolf)