People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: Gift of land in burgh of Stirling (STL)

Type of Transaction
From Source
2/64/26 (Arb. Lib., no. 321)
Firm date
16 October 1299 X 13 November 1301
Dating Notes
last appearance of Henry, abbot of Arbroath × election of Nicholas, abbot of Arbroath to see of Dunblane
in free burgage; of us and our successors
Tenendas original language
liberum burgagium de nobis et successoribus nostris
saving regality of abbey
Render dates
Martinmas (Feast of St Martin) [11 Nov.]; Pentecost (Whitsun)
Returns / Renders
money: pennies; money: shillings
Corroboration / sealing

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Grantor Nicholas, bishop of Dunblane (d.1307) Nycholaus Brother Nicholas, abbot of Arbroath 1299 × 1304
Grantor Arbroath Abbey (fd.1178) eiusdem loci conuentus convent of the same place 1180 × 1369
Consentor Chapter of Arbroath capituli nostri our chapter 1204 × 1313
Beneficiary Richard, son of Christian son of Lachlan Ricardo filio Cristini filij Lochlani Richard son of Christian son of Lachlan 1299 × 1299
Neighbouring landholder Culross Abbey abbatis et conuentus de culros abbot and convent of Culross 1225 × 1327
Neighbouring landholder Cambuskenneth Abbey (fd.c.1140) Sancte Marie de Strevelin St Mary of Stirling 1147 × 1368
Previous landholder John of Drylaw, burgess of Stirling Johannes de Drilaw John of Drylaw 1296 × 1296
Neighbouring landholder Thomas, saucier, clerk Thomas Sanser Thomas the saucier, clerk
Neighbouring landholder William of Kirkcaldy, clerk Willelmus de Kyrcaudi William of Kirkcaldy, clerk
Sealer Chapter of Arbroath 1204 × 1313

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Type Name Original Text Related Place
STL (Stirlingshire) land in Stirling held by Richard son of Christian terras nostras quas habemus in burgo de Strewelin Stirling