People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Possession: Grange and croft of Dryburgh Abbey in Saltoun (ELO)

From Source
3/42/12 (Dryb. Lib., no. 304)
Firm date
1273 X circa 1346
Dating Notes
If the Sir William Abernethy who granted <em>Dryburgh Liber</em>, no. 175, then probably × 1288, when he was involved in the murder of the earl of Fife, and certainly × 1296 (<em>SP</em>, vii, 400-405), Sir William’s son and grandson, however, were also called William, and that it is in the middle of a series of charters with dates in the 1320s and 1330s may argue for a later date: Sir William Abernethy I, × 1273 × 1296, prob. × 1288; Sir William Abernethy II, × 1296 × 1333; Sir William Abernethy III, × 1333 × c. 1346

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Holder (possession) Dryburgh Abbey (fd.1150) 1150 × 1345


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Type Name Original Text Related Place
ELO (East Lothian) grange in Saltoun grangiam dictorum religiosorum ex parte occidentali Saltoun
ELO croft of Dryburgh Abbey in east part of Saltoun crofto eorundem religiosorum ex parte orientali Saltoun