People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Succession of liberties and customs and right to have serfs

Type of Transaction
Succession
From Source
1/6/447 (RRS, ii, no. 481)
Firm date
6 July, 1208 X 1214
Dating Notes
6th day of July; succession of Henry, abbot of Kelso × death of King William; probable date based on royal itinerary
Primary
yes
Sicut clause
Included

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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 Kelso Abbey Ecclesie Sancte Marie de Kelch' Church of St Mary of Kelso 1131 × 1311
Beneficiary Henry, abbot of Kelso (d.1218) Henrico Henry, abbot of the same place 1208 × 1216


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Patrick (I), earl of Dunbar (d.1232) Patricio Earl Patrick 1170 × 1232 1
William, chaplain (II) of King William (c.1196-1214) Willelmo William, my chaplain 1198 × 1212 2
Oliver, king's chaplain (fl.c.1208-c.1214) Oliuero Oliver, my chaplain 1208 × 1212 3
David Lindsay (I), son of William (II) (d.c.1220) Dauid de Lindes' David of Lindsay, justice 1185 × 1208 4
Gervase Avenel, lord of Eskdale (d.1219) Geruasio Auenel Gervase Avenel, justice 1165 × 1213 5
William del Bois, chancellor (d.1232) Willelmo de Boscho William del Bois 1196 × 1227 6


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
no one may detain neyfs no one may detain neyfs
privileges in general (all liberties, etc.) privileges in general (all liberties, etc.)
permission to take neyfs or fugitives permission to take neyfs or fugitives