People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Quitclaim of Aldan, son of Duna so that he holds land free and quit

Type of Transaction
Quitclaim
From Source
2/67/1 (ND, App., no. 575)
Firm date
1189 X 1203
Dating Notes
Succession of Prior Simon × succession of Prior Ralph
Primary
yes
Exemptions original language
ab omni consuetudine et seruicio et exactione
Render dates
Feast of St John the Baptist [24 June]; Martinmas (Feast of St Martin) [11 Nov.]
Returns / Renders
money: shillings

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Simon, prior of Coldingham (fl.1189×1203) Simon [also simonem] Simon, prior of Coldingham and convent of same place 1189 × 1203
Beneficiary Aldan, son of Duna haldan filium Dune Aldan, son of Duna 1175 × 1189
Consentor Bertram, prior of Durham (d.1212/13) B Sir B[ertram], prior of Durham 1175 × 1204


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Patrick of Swinwood Patricio de swinewde Patrick of Swinewood 1198 × 1218 1
Edward of Oldcambus Eduardo de Aldekamb' Edward of Oldcambus 1166 × 1203 2
Peter, chaplain of Berwick Petro Peter, chaplain of Berwick 1202 × 1215 3
Peter, priest of Coldingham Petro Peter, priest of Coldingham 1189 × 1203 4
Henry of Prenderguest (I) Henrico de prendergest Henry of Prenderguest 1182 × 1229 5
Elias, grieve Helia Elias, grieve 1189 × 1189 6
Gregory of Coldingham, steward Gregorio Gregory, steward 1182 × 1218 7
Adam of Little Reston Adam de Ristun Adam of Reston 1182 × 1234 8
Uhtred of Swinewood Vctredo de swinewde Uchtred of Swinewood 1189 × 1203 9


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
BWK (Berwickshire) toft and croft toftam et croftam [...] in Coldingham Coldingham
BWK (Berwickshire) 20 acres xx acras terre in campo de coldingham Coldingham