People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Gift of a half-ploughgate in Killearn (STL) and the advowson of the church

Type of Transaction
Gift
From Source
3/17/27 (Lennox, ii, no. 11)
Firm date
1241 X 1265
Probable date
circa 1241
Dating Notes
Death of Walter son of Alan (II) the steward × death of Earl Maldoven; possible date based on John, sheriff of Stirling.
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Tenendas
by hereditary right; of me and my heirs
Tenendas original language
iure hereditario
Common burdens
Forinsec service
Warrandice
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Máel Domnaig, earl of Lennox (d. by 1265) Maldoueni Mael Domnaig, earl of Lennox 1199 × 1251
Beneficiary Stephen of Blantyre Stephano de Blantyr Stephen of Blantyre 1234 × 1258


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Alexander Stewart of Dundonald (d.1282) Alexandro Sir Alexander, seneschal of Scotland 1241 × 1276 1
John of Stirling, knight, sheriff of Stirling Johanne Sir John, sheriff of Stirling 1205 × 1249 2
John de Vaux, knight (fl.1213-55) Johannede Vallibus Sir John de Vaux 1221 × 1256 3
Alexander of Coulter Alexandro de Culter Sir Alexander of Coulter 1234 × 1241 4
William of Airth, lord of Fordell W. de Herth Sir W(illiam) of Airth 1235 × 1258 5
William Malherbe (II) W. Malherb Sir William Malherb 1218 × 1241 6
Duncan, son of Earl Máel Domnaig of Lennox Duncano filio Comitis Duncan, son of the earl 1234 × 1241 7
Alwine of Callendar, knight Alevyn de Kalentyr Alewin of Callendar 1208 × 1252 8
Gilla Míchéil mac Eadwulf (MacEdolf) Gilmichel MacEdolf Gillemichel mac (son of) Edulf 1234 × 1272 9
Malcolm Beg, son of Gillespie Galbraith Malcolmo Beg Malcolm Beg 1208 × 1251 10
Henry, clerk (of Lennox) Henrico Henry the clerk 1234 × 1241 11


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
STL (Stirlingshire) half-ploughgate called Letharachor totam medietatem carucate terre de Kynherne, scilicet, illam medietatem in qua ecclesia fundata est que Scotice uocatur Letharathor Killearn


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
right of patronage church of Killearn Killearn