People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/54/492 (RRS, vi, no. 353)

David, king of Scots, noting that his beloved and faithful John of Logie, son and heir of the late John of Logie knight, at Edinburgh, on 8 May, 1366, resigned by staff and baton his lands of Logie in the earldom of Strathearn into the hands of Robert, steward of Scotland, earl of Strathearn, his nephew, in his presence and the presence of many nobles of the kingdom, and the same earl later at Scone on 25 July in the same year resigned them to the king, has given the aforesaid John of Logie all the lands of Logie (PER); holding in feu and heritage, in one free and integral barony and in free regality, with bondsmen and bondages, neyfs and their offspring, and the tenancies and services of freeholders, with courts and escheats, with pit and gallows, sake and soke, toll, team and infangenthef; rendering one silver penny on Pentecost at the chief manse of Logie if required as blanchferme, for wards, reliefs, marriages, suits of court, customs, exactions, and secular services.
Firm date
26 July 1366
Dating Notes
26 July, regnal year 37
Place date (modern)
Scone, in full parliament
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
RRS, vi, no. 353
Trad. ID
RRS, vi, no. 353
Calendar number
Charter type
Document type notes
Records of the Parliaments of Scotland: RPS 1366/7/19
Original (contemporary)
Scone Palace, Mansfield muniments, Logiealmond charters, no. 74; Fraser, Grandtully, no. 74*

Total number of associated factoids: 26