People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/27/0 (H.C. Reg., no. 156e)

King Edward [I] establishes to Robert [de Keldsik], abbot of Holm Cultram, land worth 300 marks yearly, namely in Grieston, the lands of the late Robert de Ros of Wark, a rebel; in Scotland, the lands of Richard of Glen, Patrick the Archer, Alexander Folcard of Folkerton, Gilbert Makiluagh, Robert of Moffat, Gilbert Makinoluagh, Cuthbert Makgilwinni and Gilcolm his son, Alexander Fraser and John of Luss, rebels, which they held on St. Magdalen’s day in the 20th [sic, 26th] year of his reign [22 July 1298]; the abbey rendering due services to the king and the lords. If these do not amount to 300 marks a year, the king or his heirs will make it up to the abbey from enemies’ lands; if they surpass the amount, the balance will be paid to the Crown.
Firm date
25 September 1298
Dating Notes
September 25th, in the 20th [sic 26th] year of the king’s reign
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Source for Data Entry
Register and Records of Holm Cultram, no. 156e [original in French, entered here from English summary]
Trad. ID
H.C. Reg., no. 156e
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Entered from an English summary
Cf. Palgrave, Docs., 112; CDS, ii, no. 1009

Total number of associated factoids: 26