People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: BWK (Berwickshire) >> Lauderdale

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
1200 X 4 Aug. 1233 Gift of land in Lauderdale by stated bounds yes Ralph of Clifton, clerk of Alan of Galloway; Thomas of Kent, clerk of Alan of Galloway
25 Aug. 1296 X 28 Aug. 1296 * Inquest into land of Helen de la Zouche in Berwickshire yes
26 May 1342 Resignation of all the lands of Douglasdale (LAN), Carmichael (LAN), Selkirk Forest (SLK), Lauderdale (BWK), Bedrule (ROX), Eskdale (ROX), Staplegordon (DMF), Buittle in Galloway (KCB), Romanno (PEB), and of the (burgh) ferme of Rutherglen (LAN) no
29 May 1342 Gift of Douglasdale (LAN), Carmichael (LAN), Selkirk Forest (SLK), Lauderdale (BWK), Bedrule (ROX), Eskdale (ROX), Staplegordon (DMF), Buittle in Galloway (KCB), Romanno (PEB), and of the (burgh) ferme of Rutherglen (LAN) yes Adam Murray, master, bishop of Brechin, chancellor (d. 1349/50); Alexander of Kinninmonth, bishop of Aberdeen (d. 1344); Duncan (IV), earl of Fife (d.1353); Patrick (V), earl of Dunbar/March and Moray (d.1369); Robert Keith, marischal (d.1343); Robert [Stewart] II, king of Scots (d. 1390); Thomas de Chartres (Charteris), chancellor (d. 1346)
12 Feb. 1354 Gift of Douglasdale (LAN), Lauderdale (BWK), and other named lands yes John of Preston, knight (14C); Patrick (V), earl of Dunbar/March and Moray (d.1369); Patrick of Leuchars, bishop of Brechin (d. 1383); Robert Erskine, chamberlain; Robert [Stewart] II, king of Scots (d. 1390); Robert, clerk of Dumbarton; William Landellis, bishop of St Andrews (d. 1385); William of Livingston, knight; William Rae, bishop of Glasgow (d. 1367)
unavailable Quitclaim of rights in Malcolm's Road (Dere Street?) and other causeways no
unavailable Agreement between Earl Patrick and Melrose Abbey no
31 Dec. 1232 X 24 Aug. 1289 Quitclaim of right to Malcolm's Road and other causeways yes
1175 X 1190 Gift of land of Hospital of Lauder and Pilmuir (BWK) yes Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191); Clement, chaplain of Richard de Moreville; Henry Sinclair (early 13C); Herbert, clerk (Moreville); Peter de Haig (12C); Thomas, clerk of Morland (Moreville); Thomas, master, physician (fl.1144-1178×89); William de Moreville (d.1196)