People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Transaction: The burgesses and community of the city of Elgin, and Andrew Moray, come to the faith and will of the king of England, and perform fealty

Type of Transaction
Fealty
From Source
6/2/157 (IP, 105-6)
Firm date
27 July 1296
Dating Notes
AD 1296, 9th indiction, 27 July
Primary
yes

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
Performer (submission, fealty, homage, oath) Burgesses of Elgin Burgeses de Elgyn en Morref the burgesses of Elgin in Moray 1268 × 1296
Performer (submission, fealty, homage, oath) Alan, brother of Andrew Murray Alanus de Morref Alan of Moray 1270 × 1296
Recipient (submission, fealty, homage) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) dominun regem Anglie the king of England 1274 × 1312
in the presence of Andrew of Tong, notary public me notario me the notary 1306 × 1306
named person (transaction) Philip IV, king of France (1285-1314) rege Francorum king of the French 1295 × 1309


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Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits Order
John of Banstead, clerk Johanne de Benestede the lord John of Banstead, clerk 1296 × 1298 1
William of Melton, clerk Willelmo de Melton William of Melton, clerk 1296 × 1296 2
Robert of Cottingham, clerk Roberto de Cotingham Robert of Cottingham, clerk 1296 × 1306 3
John of Winchester, clerk Johanne de Wyntoun' John of Wincherster, clerk 1296 × 1296 4
Geoffrey of Stokes, clerk Galfrido de Stokes Geoffrey of Stokes 1296 × 1296 5