People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Concession to be head of kindred and office of baillie

Type of Transaction
Concession
From Source
3/14/14 (RMS, i, no. 509)
Firm date
13 June 1250 X 1256
Probable date
13 June 1250 × 25 Dec. 1251 or 4 Sept. 1255 × 1256
Dating Notes
The two periods of time when Alan Durward was justiciar of Scotia between Earl Niall’s succession and his death.
Primary
yes
Corroboration / sealing
yes
Warrandice
yes
Spiritual Benefits
Any Spiritual Benefit; Self (pro); Successors (pro)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Nigellus (Níall), earl of Carrick Nigellus Niall, earl of Carrick 1250 × 1250
Beneficiary Roland of Carrick, knight Rolando de Carryk Sir Roland of Carrick 1256 × 1276


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Alan Durward (d.1275) Alano Hostario Sir Alan Durward, justiciar of Scotia 1233 × 1273 1
Colin Durward Colino fratre ejusdem Sir Colin his brother 1232 × 1251 2
Bartholomew Fleming, knight Bartholomeo Flamensi Sir Bartholomew Fleming, knight 1235 × 1264 3
Richard Maule, knight Ricardo Masculo Richard Maule, knight 1250 × 1250 4
Thomas of Conisbrough, knight Thoma de Conyngisburghe Sir Thomas of Conisbrough, knight 1244 × 1251 5
Walter, marischal (Paisley) Waltero Marescallo Sir Walter the marischal, knight 1256 × 1260 6
Henry mac Cimbáetha or mac Cinn Éitig Henrico Mckynbethy Henry mac Cimbáeth (or mac Kennedy?) 1250 × 1256 7
William, chaplain (Carrick) Willelmo William the chaplain 1250 × 1256 8


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
right to be head of kindred right to be head of kindred capud tocius progeniei sue