People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Duncan, judex (mid 13C)

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probably dead by 1279.
1241 × 1273
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Total number of associated factoids: 27

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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Gift of lands of 'Kenny Murchardyn' Grantor 2/64/19 (Arb. Lib., App., no. 6)
19 Jul. 1246 X circa 23 Jan. 1264 Gift (?) of land of ‘Abernaftathar’ (probably Invernaughty, Easter Leitfie, ANG) Beneficiary Adam, archdeacon of Brechin (1242-64); Albin, bishop of Brechin (d.1269); Duncan of Farnell; Robert Mowat, knight, justiciar, sheriff of Forfar; William de Crachin, dean of Brechin (d.1269×75) 3/116/1 (NLS, Adv. MS 34.6.24, p. 377)
17 Feb. 1251 Testimony concerning Nicholas of Inverpeffer and his land of Inverpeffer (ANG) Juror Alan Durward (d.1275); David Menzies; David of Penicuik; G. Maxwell; Gilbert Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.1263) (son of David); Guy de Normanville, knight; John de Vaux, knight (fl.1213-55); John of Hermiston; Robert de Keldeleth, abbot of Melrose (d.1273); Robert Menzies (d.1267); William Hay (III) (son of David) 4/37/2 (Arb. Lib., no. 250)
1260 X 28 Apr. 1296 Gift (?) of Lanrick in Menteith (PER) Beneficiary Adam, rector of the church of Arran; Bartholomew, perpetual vicar of Aberuthven; Duncan, son of Gilla Míchéil mac Eadwulf (MacEdolf); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte mac Nachtáin (MacNaughton); Ralph de Lascelles, knight; Suibne mac Giloycob; Vacino de Camas 3/19/6 (NLS, Adv. MS 34.6.24, p. 377)
19 Apr. 1267 X 13 Oct. 1307 Gift of 'Petmulin' (prob. Pitmuies, ANG) Beneficiary Alexander de Bethune (Beaton); Andrew de Bethune (Beaton); Ralph de Lascelles, knight; Roger, chaplain of Gilbert de Umfraville; Stephen Picard; Walter of Burradon; Waltheof, clerk (ANG) 3/10/19 (Douglas, iii, no. 4)
25 Mar. 1279 X 24 Mar. 1280 Confirmation of land of 'Kenny Murchardyn' Sicut Clause Chapter of Arbroath 2/64/19 (Arb. Lib., App., no. 6)