People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Statement of jurors for Earl Patrick of Dunbar and Earl Walter Comyn of Menteith

Type of Transaction
Statement
From Source
4/42/1 A (CDS, i, no. 2672)
Firm date
8 December 1244 X 1245
Probable date
possibly 1237?
Dating Notes
After King Henry’s instructions regarding these oaths (<em>Cal. Pat. Rolls</em> 1232-47, 447)
Primary
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Accused Patrick (II), earl of Dunbar (d.1248) Earl Patrick 1208 × 1248
Juror Robert, earl of Strathearn (1223-45) earl of Strathearn 1200 × 1244
Juror Robert Bruce V, lord of Annandale (d.1295) Robert de Brus 1237 × 1294
Juror William, son of Earl Patrick (I) (d.1253) William, brother of Earl Patrick 1210 × 1250
Juror William Gifford (son of John) William Giffard 1198 × 1246
Juror Roger de Mowbray Roger de Moubray 1212 × 1263
Juror David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C) David Marshal 1202 × 1244
Juror Richard, marischal, knight (TRA) Richard Marshal 1245 × 1253
Juror Robert, marischal (mid 13C) Robert Marshal 1245 × 1273
Juror John of Keith, marischal (son of Hervey) John of Keith 1245 × 1272
Juror Ness Fraser Ness Fraser 1245 × 1259
Juror Laurence Fraser, knight (son of Adam) Laurence Fraser 1231 × 1248
Juror Robert de Mowbray (13C) Robert de Moubray 1245 × 1247
Juror Philip le Brun Philip le Brun 1245 × 1247
Juror John de Aunay John d’Aunay 1244 × 1245
Juror William of Ormiston William of Ormiston 1244 × 1245
Juror Adam of Yetholm, knight Adam of Yetholm 1215 × 1244
Juror William de Vieuxpont, son of Emma or son of Matilda (13C) William de Vieuxpont 1219 × 1244
Juror David Graham (III), lord of Lovat (d.c.1272) David of Graham 1237 × 1259
Juror William, son of the earl William, son of the earl 1245 × 1248
Juror Robert of Congalton (13C) Robert of Congalton 1190 × 1244
Juror David of Berndun David of Berndun 1244 × 1245
Juror Walter of Berndun Walter of Berndun 1244 × 1245
Juror Philip of Pitcox, steward of Earl Patrick (II) Philip of Pitcox 1189 × 1244
Juror John, son of Waltheof John son of Waltheof 1232 × 1244
Juror Robert of Wilton (12/13C) Robert of Wilton 1188 × 1244
Juror Adam Gordon II, knight, son of Adam Adam of Gordon 1221 × 1290
Juror Alan Sinclair, knight Alan de St Clare 1196 × 1244
Juror Thomas de Normanville, knight Thomas de Normanville 1228 × 1254
Juror Waleran de Normanville (d.1253) Waleran his brother 1240 × 1244
Juror John of Hermiston John of Hermiston 1245 × 1251
Juror David Oliphant (13C) David Olifard 1215 × 1244
Juror Patrick Melville Patrick de Maleville 1244 × 1245
Juror William of Mordington William of Mordington 1210 × 1248
Juror Hector (Eachann)(13C) Hector (sic) 1244 × 1245
Juror Waltheof of Strachan Waltheof of Strachan 1240 × 1244
Juror William Balliol (mid-13C) William de Balliol 1239 × 1244
Juror Simon Lockhart, son of Malcolm Lockhart Simon Lockhart 1245 × 1273
Juror Robert of Kippo Robert of Kippo 1241 × 1244
Juror Richard la Mahille Richard la Mahille 1244 × 1245
Accused Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith (d.1258) Earl Walter Comyn 1213 × 1258
Juror Nicholas Soulis, lord of Liddesdale (d.1265) Nicholas de Soules 1234 × 1263
Juror Gilbert Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.1263) (son of David) Gilbert de la Haye 1233 × 1263
Juror Robert Menzies (d.1267) Robert de Menzies 1231 × 1267
Juror John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (d.1277) John Comyn 1231 × 1272
Juror William de Vieuxpont, son of Emma or son of Matilda (13C) William de Vieuxpont 1219 × 1244
Juror David Comyn, lord of Kilbride (d.1247) David Comyn 1223 × 1244
Juror Richard de Munfichet (Muschet), nepos of Richard Richard de Munfichet 1199 × 1244
Juror William of Airth, lord of Fordell William of Airth 1240 × 1258
Juror Malcolm, son of the earl Malcolm son of the earl 1244 × 1245