People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Andrew of Synton (I), knight (12/13C)

Biography
Apparently given sheriffdom of Selkirk by William I (CDS, ii, no. 1681); had a son, Alexander (I), who had a son, Andrew (II), who had a son, Alexander (II), followed by yet another Andrew (III), who was taken prisoner at Dunbar in 1296 and died in prison at Fotheringhay. His heir was his sister, Isabella, who was married to Edward of Keith.
Floruits
1211 × 1248
Related Place
Synton
Grantor Beneficiary relationships
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Total number of associated factoids: 11

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift of sheriffdom of Selkirk Beneficiary 4/38/44 (CDS, ii, no. 1681)
23 Jul. 1305 Inquest into sheriffdom of Selkirk named person (transaction) 4/38/44 (CDS, ii, no. 1681)


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Date Short Summary Role Source
23 Jul. 1305 Son of Andrew of Synton (I), knight (12/13C) (Familial relationship) object (relationship) 4/38/44 (CDS, ii, no. 1681)
23 Jul. 1305 Heir of Andrew of Synton (I), knight (12/13C) (Familial relationship) object (relationship) 4/38/44 (CDS, ii, no. 1681)


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Date Short Summary Source
1248 X Sept. 1258 Dominus (Lord/Sir) 3/54/2 (Cold. Cart., App., no. iv)
1248 X Sept. 1258 knight 3/54/2 (Cold. Cart., App., no. iv)