People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 4/26/21 (NRS, GD 1/54/1)

Friday after the feast of Blessed Peter in cathedra, AD 1293, an agreement was made between Gilbert called ‘of Marr’ (?), son and heir of Amabilla of Cassingray, and Lord Nicholas de la Haye, lord of Errol, whereby Gilbert granted and demitted at feuferme to Lord Nicholas all his land of Cassingray (FIF), rendering annually four marks, half on Pentecost, half on Martinmas, for all secular service, making forinsec service of the lord king. Gilbert has willed and granted that Nicholas and his heirs or assignees will be free from all customs, exactions and demands, saving the forinsec service of the lord king, and the four marks’ rent in the name of feuferme.
Firm date
Friday 26 February 1294
Dating Notes
Friday after the feast of Blessed Peter in cathedra, AD 1293
Source for Data Entry
NRS, GD 1/54/1
Trad. ID
NRS, GD 1/54/1
Calendar number
Charter type
Original (contemporary)
NRS, GD 1/54/1

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
Friday 26 Feb. 1294 Cassingray (FIF) Gilbert of Marr, son of Amabel of Cassingray