People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/54/588 (RRS, vi, no. 420)

David, king of Scots, has given Alexander of Straiton his relative those lands rents and profits of the mill in the burgh and territory of Inverbervie (KCD) and annual renders in the quarter of 'Glenchungale' which belonged to his late progenitors the lords of Bruce, which were in the hands of Andrew Campbell knight by his grant, and returned to the king's hands due to his general revocation, and according to the old extent 10 marks sterling; holding by Alexander and the male heirs of his body lawfully procreated, and failing this, to his nearest male heirs of the blood and surname of the same Alexander; for his homage and service and making three suits of court yearly at the sheriff court of Kincardine.
Firm date
17 January 1369
Dating Notes
17 Jan., regnal year 39
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RRS, vi, no. 420
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RRS, vi, no. 420
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_RMS_, i, no. 234; app. 2, no. 1584
Original (contemporary)
Aberdeen University Library

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
17 Jan. 1369 Lands and rights in Inverbervie (KCD) Andrew Campbell, knight