People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/19/10 (EEA 29, no. 206)

Robert, bishop of Durham, has given, granted, and made firm by his charter to Henry of Horncastre, prior of Coldingham, and to the monks of the same place, one dwelling place in the the uilla of Holy Island on the north side of the Lamesete, which comprises 120 feet in length and as many in width; to the prior and monks and their successors to have and to hold of Bishop Robert and his successors freely, quietly, wholly and peacefully for ever; with 6 d. to be rendered thereupon yearly to the bishop and his successors at his exchequer at Norham at four terms of the year established in the Norhamshire in return for all service, custom, exaction, suit of court and demand; dated at (North)Allerton, 8 September 1279.
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8 September 1279
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6 id. Sept., 1279, episcopal year 5
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EEA 29: Durham 1241-1283, no. 206
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EEA 29, no. 206
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Date Short Summary Subject Object
8 Sept. 1279 Son of Marmaduke de Thweng (Familial relationship) John, son of Marmaduke de Thweng, knight Marmaduke de Thweng