People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Donation of easement of Conan, son of the earl of Atholl's wood, of 'Glenherthy' (Glen Errochty) and of 'Tolikyne'

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
3/11/24 (C.A. Rent., 334, no. 37)
Firm date
1235 X 1242
Dating Notes
See <em>Lind. Cart.</em>, no. 73, which probably dates to 1235 × 42. Like that charter, this grant offers access to his woods to monks. Watt suggested a much earlier date for this charter (ca. 1215×20) based on Master John the physician, but the evidence for Conan’s activity points mainly to the period of vacancy in the earldom; note also that the confirmation by Conan’s son Eogan was made about a generation later.
Primary
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Conan / Cumming, son of Earl Henry of Atholl Cumingi filii Henrici comitis Atholiae Conan, son of Henry, earl of Atholl 1242 × 1244
Beneficiary Mary, Blessed Virgin Sanctae Marie Saint Mary 1122 × 1321
Beneficiary Coupar Angus Abbey (fd.1164) monachis de Cupro the monks of Coupar 1162 × 1358


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Robert Hay, knight (nepos of Gilbert) Roberto de Haya Sir Robert de Haye 1240 × 1283 1
John, chaplain of Robert Hay Johane John, his chaplain 1214 × 1235 2
John, master and physician Johane Master John, physician 1207 × 1235 3
Peter, clerk of Master John the physician Petro Peter, his clerk 1235 × 1235 4


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
permission to take wood (or timber), easements of wood in the wood of Glen Errochty de toto Glenherthy Glen Errochty
permission to take wood (or timber), easements of wood in the wood of Tulach de Tolikyne Tulach (Atholl)