People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Burgesses of Elgin

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1268 × 1296
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Elgin
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
28 Nov. 1268 Concession of merchant gild Beneficiary Alan Durward (d.1275); Alexander Murray, knight (son of Richard); Bernard Mowat (son of Michael); Hugh Abernethy, knight (d. 1291x2); Reginald Cheyne (father or son?); William Bisset, knight (late 13C); William Mowat, knight, sheriff (son of Michael) 1/8/70 (RRS, iv, no. 69)
6 Dec. 1272 * Gift (agreement) of land lying between two mills of Elgin Party 2 4/21/7 (Familie of Innes, 54-6)
6 Dec. 1272 * Quitclaim (agreement) of services for upkeep of mills and ponds in Elgin Party 2 4/21/7 (Familie of Innes, 54-6)
6 Dec. 1272 Agreement between Pluscarden Priory and burgesses of Elgin Party 2 4/21/7 (Familie of Innes, 54-6)
27 Jul. 1296 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 Performer (submission, fealty, homage, oath) Geoffrey of Stokes, clerk; John of Banstead, clerk; John of Winchester, clerk; Robert of Cottingham, clerk; William of Melton, clerk 6/2/157 (IP, 105-6)
27 Jul. 1296 The burgesses of Elgin swear loyally to serve the king of England Addressor 6/2/158 (IP, 106)
27 Jul. 1296 The burgesses of Elgin swear loyally to serve the king of England Performer (submission, fealty, homage, oath) 6/2/158 (IP, 106)
27 Jul. 1296 The burgesses of Elgin swear loyally to serve the king of England Sealer 6/2/158 (IP, 106)
25 Apr. 1304 X 28 Feb. 1305 ERA undefined (transaction) 5/3/0 (CDS, ii, no. 1646)


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Date Short Summary Role Source
6 Dec. 1272 Mill and mill-pond of Elgin (MOR), on land of grieveship of Elgin Holder (possession) 4/21/7 (Familie of Innes, 54-6)