People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Renewal of annual corn render at Leuchars (FIF)

Type of Transaction
Renewal
From Source
3/486/10 (C.A. Chrs., no. 18)
Firm date
circa 1187 X 17 March 1207
Dating Notes
David de Haya as witness × succession of Saer to earldom of Winchester. David de Haya first appears in royal charters in the early 1190s (see <em>RRS</em> ii, nos. 302, 347, 375, 383, 391) Saer de Quincy appears as early as the late 1160s in a royal charter to Coupar (<em>RRS</em> ii, no. 10), when he must have been very young still, but does not appear with more frequency until the late 1180s (<em>RRS</em> ii, no. 273).
Primary
yes
Dare
yes
Tenendas
of me and my heirs
Tenendas original language
a me et heredibus meis
Render dates
Christmas
Nominal renders
grain
Previous mentions of charter
yes
Corroboration / sealing
yes
Spiritual Benefits
Ancestors (pro salute anime); Any Spiritual Benefit; Self (pro salute anime)
Notes
Edition abbreviated by omission of common words and phrases

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester (d.1219) Seyrus de Quinci Saer de Quincy 1171 × 1217
Beneficiary Coupar Angus Abbey (fd.1164) monachis sancte Marie de Cupre monks of St Mary of Coupar 1162 × 1358


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
Robert de Quincy, son of Saer de Quincy (d.1217) Roberto de Quincj Robert de Quincy 1187 × 1207 1
Stephen, clerk, persona of Leuchars Stephano Stephen the clerk 1178 × 1192 2
Walter (Leuchars 1187x1207) Waltero Walter 1187 × 1187 3
John, steward of Saer de Quincy Johanne John, my seneschal 1185 × 1192 4
Duncan, son of Hamelin Dunecano filio Hamelin Duncan son of Hamelin 1172 × 1207 5
David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41) David de Haya David de Haya 1165 × 1237 6


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
FIF (Fife) chalder of corn at Leuchars unam ceudram frumenti [...] apud Locres Leuchars