People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Grant of Hownam (ROX) and wood of Hownam

Type of Transaction
Grant of property (concedo)
From Source
1/6/285 (RRS, ii, no. 314)
Firm date
1189 X 1195
Dating Notes
Appointment of Hugh to chancellorship × introduction of date of time to royal acts
Primary
yes
Tenendas
in free forest
Tenendas original language
in forestum

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor William I, king of Scots (d.1214) W' William, king of Scots 1136 × 1213
Beneficiary William of Hownam, son of John, son of Orm (d.1227) Willelmo filio Johannis William, son of John 1185 × 1226


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Hugh of Roxburgh, bishop-elect of Glasgow (d.1199) Hugone Hugh, my chancellor 1164 × 1198 1
Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204) Dunecano Earl Duncan 1153 × 1203 2
William Lindsay (II) (d.c.1205) Willelmo de Lindes' William of Lindsay 1167 × 1204 3
Gervase Avenel, lord of Eskdale (d.1219) Geruasio Auenel Gervase Avenel, his constable of Roxburgh 1165 × 1213 4
Walter Corbet Waltero Corbet Walter Corbet 1160 × 1203 5


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
ROX Hownam terram suam de Hunum Hownam
ROX (Roxburghshire) wood of boscum suum de Hunum Hownam


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
no one may hunt or cut wood without permission no one may hunt or cut wood without permission