People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/519 (RMS, i, App. 1, no. 30)

Robert, king of Scots, has given out of his special grace, to the religious men the prior of Restenneth and the canons of Jedburgh living at Restenneth in pure and perpetual alms, licence and liberty to cut timber in his forest of Plater, according to their needs and for their own uses, for their ploughs, wagons, harrows, with yokes, beams, and other apparatuses pertaining to the aforesaid ploughs, wagons and harrows. He commands and instructs his forester of Plater to permit them to do these things throughout the whole forest.
Firm date
25 March 1306 X 7 June 1329
Probable date
24 June 1314 ×
Dating Notes
inauguration × death of King Robert I; prob. after battle of Bannockburn
Source for Data Entry
RMS, i, App. 1, no. 30
Trad. ID
RMS, i, App. 1, no. 30
Calendar number
Charter type
Document type notes
Roll III; Index, no. 114

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
25 Mar. 1306 X 7 Jun. 1329 Concession of freedom to cut timber in forest of Plater (ANG) yes