People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: ELO (East Lothian) >> Unmapped (ELO)

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Unmapped lands and other possession and privilege factoids within East Lothian.

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift which Earl Cospatric made of land of Hartside (Spott, ELO), and of a saltpan no
unavailable Gift of Hartside (ELO), Spott (ELO), and a saltpan no
unavailable Donation of the land of Hartside and Spott and a saltpan (ELO) no
unavailable Donation of land of Hartside (ELO) and Spott (ELO) and a certain salt-pan no
unavailable Gift of land no
unavailable Gift of lands in marriage no
unavailable Grant of fief pertaining to granges of Bearford and Peffer (ELO) no
unavailable Grant of fief by Countess Ada no
unavailable Gift of land at Clerker no
undated Quitclaim of Nether Yester (ELO) for a ploughgate in 'Berwalestune' (ELO?) and 14 marks yes Hugh, servant; Richard Sulard ; Richard, son of Flinhard ; Robert del Maner; Robert Russell; Robert, clerk (13C); Siward of Carlisle; Walter de Havalla; Walter, son of Everard of Pencaitland; Waltheof of Samuelston; William de Vieuxpont, son of Emma or son of Matilda (13C); William of the Chapel; William, clerk (13C)
unavailable Gift of ploughgate in ‘Berwalestune’ (ELO?) and 14 marks in exchange for Nether Yester no
undated Statement concerning bounds of ‘Qwyttewelstrothyr’ (ELO) yes Alexander de St Martin, sheriff; David de Bonville, marischal (fl.late 12C-mid13C); Ralph Noble, father
unavailable Gift of meadow of ‘Qwyttewelstrothyr’ no
unavailable Gift of part of the peatary of ‘Crumbrestrothyr’ (ELO) no
undated Gift of piece of land of Duncanlaw (ELO) next to peatary of ‘Cumbirstrother’ with part of peatary of ‘Cumbirstrother’ yes Bernard Fraser (in ELO and BWK) (brother of Ness and John of London); Walter of Congalton, knight
unavailable Gift of part of peatary of ‘Crumbrestrothyr’ (ELO) no
unavailable Exchange of land in villa of Tranent (ELO) for land of Murcheley no
unavailable Exchange of land of 'Qwhythorp' for Johnstone (now Johnstounburn, Humbie parish, ELO) no
1139 X 24 May 1153 Gift in feu and heritage of Athelstaneford (ELO), land in ELO and part of Drem yes David Oliphant (12C); Duncan (I), earl of Fife (d.1154); Geoffrey (I) Melville; Hugh de Moreville (I) (d.1162); Nicholas of Roxburgh, chancellor (d.1171?); Ranulf Soulis, king's butler (d.1165×72); Robert Avenel, lord of Eskdale (d.1185); Walter de Bidun (d.1178); Walter Lindsay (II) (d.c.1165); Walter Ryedale (d.1156); William Lindsay (I)
24/May/1153 × 1159 Gift of land in ferm no
24 May 1153 X 1178 Gift in feu and heritage of Athelstaneford, Bara, Duncanlaw, Bangly, and other lands yes David, earl of Huntingdon (d.1219); Hugh Balliol (12C); Hugh Gifford, lord of Yester; Roger de Valognes; Walter Gifford; William Gifford, son of Hugh Gifford, lord of Yester; [...] de Cenef
1162 X 1190 Gift of Herdmanston (ELO) and other lands yes Ace, master of Soutra; Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Andrew, priest; Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191); Gamel, son of Aelfweald; Gilchrist of Saltoun; Godfrey de Ros (12C); Herbert, priest; Humphrey Malcael; James of Loudoun/ of Draffan; Robert, son of Warnebald (I) (d.×1189); Stephen, son of Richard; William, son of Aldan (12C)
1162 X 1190 Gift of Herdmanston (ELO) and other lands yes Ace, master of Soutra; Alan of Thirlestane (son of Aelsi); Andrew, priest; Avice of Lancaster, wife of Richard de Moreville (d.1191); Gamel, son of Aelfweald; Gilchrist of Saltoun; Godfrey de Ros (12C); Herbert, priest; Humphrey Malcael; James of Loudoun/ of Draffan; Robert, son of Warnebald (I) (d.×1189); Stephen, son of Richard; William, son of Aldan (12C)
circa 1170 X 1178 Gift of land formerly held by church of Bara yes Arnold of the monastery; David Graham (I) (TRW); Henry de St Martin; Hugh, bishop of St Andrews (d.1188); Ilbert, prior of Haddington; James, prior of North Berwick; John, chaplain of Duncanlaw; John, chaplain of Haddington; William, grieve of Berwick
circa 1170 X 20 Jun. 1203 Gift of part of peatary of ‘Crumbrestrothyr’ (ELO) yes Basilia, wife of Alexander de St Martin; William de Montfort
1182 X 1227 Gift of ten acres of arable land from field of Ness in territory of ‘Liveringham’ (ROX?) yes Adam, son of unknown smith; Alan, son of Patrick; Aldred, son of Pae; Andrew, dean of Lothian/Tyninghame (fl.1194-1214); Bernard Fraser (in ELO and BWK) (brother of Ness and John of London); Elias, serviens of Kelso; Jordan, chaplain (ELO); Ness of London (d.1232/3); Oliver of Linton; Patrick, persona of Linton; Robert, brother of Alan son of Patrick; Stephen of Whinkerstanes; Walter, son of Patrick (ELO)
24 Aug. 1198 X 4 Dec. 1214 Quitclaim of lands north of burn descending from 'Rauhenildestrother' and by ditch between 'Kressewelle' (Monkrigg, ELO) and Colstoun (ELO) yes John (II) of Morham, son of John Malherbe (I); William Gifford, son of Hugh Gifford, lord of Yester; William Noble of Garleton
circa 1220 X circa 1240 Gift of ‘Athentouchro’ (ELO?) yes Alexander de St Martin, master (fl.1214×40-1247); Hugh of Stirling, canon, bishop-elect (d.1283); R. of Kelso; Robert de l'Isle, knight (son of Robert); W. of Inverkeithing
25 Mar. 1306 X 7 Jun. 1329 Gift of Baberton in the barony of Long Hermiston (MLO) and coalpit of Wawaynespot in barony of Tranent (ELO) yes
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)
10 Jan. 1358 Gift of Gosford and Bisetland (ELO) yes 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); William Douglas, earl of Douglas and Mar (d. 1384); William Landellis, bishop of St Andrews (d. 1385); William of Livingston, knight
17 Apr. 1361 Gift of 'Bouryfelde' (ELO) yes John of Preston, knight (14C); Patrick of Leuchars, bishop of Brechin (d. 1383); Robert Erskine, chamberlain; Robert [Stewart] II, king of Scots (d. 1390); William Douglas, earl of Douglas and Mar (d. 1384)
17 Apr. 1361 Resignation of 'Bouryfelde' (ELO) yes