People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Relationship: Son of Adam, brother of Earl Duncan of Fife (father of Duncan) (Familial relationship)

Relationship
Son
Subject
Duncan, son of Adam (of Kilconquhar), knight and sheriff of Fife
From Source
3/229/1 (Stair Society Misc V, App.)
Firm date
circa 1200 X circa 1225
Dating Notes
The charter refers to a dispute between Laurence son of Orm (of Abernethy), who was lord of Inverarity, and Alwin son of Duncan of Foffarty. Waltheof son of Merleswain, Duncan son of Adam (of Kilconquhar) and Thomas of Lundin, all south Fife figures, witness various other documents in the first quarter of the thirteenth century.

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
subject (relationship) Duncan, son of Adam (of Kilconquhar), knight and sheriff of Fife 1225 × 1236
object (relationship) Adam of Kilconquhar, brother of Earl Duncan (father of Duncan) 1166 × 1204