People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Relationship: Sworn man (Ragman Roll) of Edward I, king of England (d.1307) (Fealty (Ragman Roll))

Relationship
Sworn man (Ragman Roll etc.)
Subject
Thomas of Somerville, knight
Subject
Walter Logan, sheriff of Lanark (II)
Subject
Dervorguilla, widow of Robert de Chartres
Subject
Stephen of Roberton
Subject
Margaret of Covington
Subject
Isabel of Covington
Subject
Richard le Scot of Murdostoun
Subject
Stephen, waferer
Subject
William, waferer, king's sergeand (LAN)
Subject
Andrew of Livingston
Subject
Walter, son of Roger, of Odstone
Subject
Hamund of Troup
Subject
William Murray of Drumsargard, knight
Subject
Ralph Mauleverer
Subject
William Douglas, lord of Douglas (d.1298)
Subject
Alexander of Stirling
From Source
6/2/212 (IP, 124-7)
Firm date
28 August 1296
Dating Notes
28 August, 24 Edward I
Related Place (fealty)
Lanark (Ragman Roll County)

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Role Name Name (original language) Name (translation) Floruits
object (relationship) Edward I, king of England (d.1307) 1274 × 1312
subject (relationship) Thomas of Somerville, knight 1290 × 1296
subject (relationship) Walter Logan, sheriff of Lanark (II) 1292 × 1301
subject (relationship) Dervorguilla, widow of Robert de Chartres 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Stephen of Roberton 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Margaret of Covington 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Isabel of Covington 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Richard le Scot of Murdostoun 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Stephen, waferer 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) William, waferer, king's sergeand (LAN) 1286 × 1296
subject (relationship) Andrew of Livingston 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Walter, son of Roger, of Odstone 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) Hamund of Troup 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) William Murray of Drumsargard, knight 1284 × 1296
subject (relationship) Ralph Mauleverer 1296 × 1296
subject (relationship) William Douglas, lord of Douglas (d.1298) 1290 × 1360
subject (relationship) Alexander of Stirling 1296 × 1296