People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/710/1 (Douglas, iii, no. 8)

Robert Broun, junior, of Preston, son of Adam Broun of Preston, has given, granted and by this his present charter established to Sir Alexander of Bunkle, ‘lord’ son of Ranulf of Bunkle, all his land of Preston, within the territory of Preston, which he has or held from Lady Agnes of Preston, for Robert’s homage and service; that is, one toft and two acres of arable land which belonged to his father, and three and a half acres in the croft of Baldwin, and half an acre towards the west end of Holwedene, and one house with the garden which Patrick Hog held, which house was the caput of the toft of Robert Crossani; to hold of him and his heirs in feu and heritage. If Robert and his heirs should go against this charter, he obliges himself to pay £10 which he owed to Alexander for the arrears of service of the said land.
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As dated by Fraser
Source for Data Entry
Fraser, The Douglas Book, iii, no. 8
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Douglas, iii, no. 8
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Total number of associated factoids: 19