People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/54/451 (RMS, i, no. 199)

David, king of Scots, to his sheriff and baillies of Lanark: due to the assize made by good and faithful men of the neighbourhood (patria), in the presence of the sheriff of Lanark, that the sergeand of the feu of his sheriffdom of Lanark used to receive 5 pounds for his feu annually from the profits of justice of the sheriffdom court and of the itinerant justiciar court when in the sheriffdom; he commands his sheriff to cause William of Dalziel, sergeand of the feu of the said sheriffdom and his heirs to receive the said payments.
Firm date
13 August 1365
Dating Notes
13 August, regnal year 36
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RMS, i, no. 199
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RMS, i, no. 199
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Letters patent
Referred to as letter patent
Document type notes
Registered: _RMS_, i, app. 2, no. 1508

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13 Aug. 1365 Command to pay William of Dalziel, sergeand, 5 pounds annually yes

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Date Short Summary Title Holder
13 Aug. 1365 king of Scots David II, king of Scots (d. 1371)
13 Aug. 1365 sergeant William of Dalziel, sergeand